The HTC One X may be old news now that the Samsung Galaxy S III is making its way across the globe, but that doesn’t mean HTC is simply going to sit back and accept defeat. The latest rumor would have us believe that a new HTC flagship device is already ... Read More »
The LG Nitro is currently the phone to get if you’re an AT&T customer. With its solid specs, 4G LTE speeds (where available) and awesome HD 720p True HD IPS display (which also happens to be a 4.5-inch beast), this device is sure to rock your world.
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If you’re anything like me, you’re still dying to see anything and everything Galaxy Nexus that hits the web. One of the first carriers announced to carry the Galaxy Nexus, Three UK, has posted a quick hands-on teaser for the device that gives us a glimpse into just how stunning the display really is.
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HD screens are going to be all the craze this Christmas season. Not even two hours after we reported on Samsung’s rumored 720p-packing devices, along comes some new rumors that add Sony Ericsson, HTC and LG to the mix. These four companies, if we’re to believe these rumors, are currently working on a ... Read More »
I’d keep your salt shaker handy for this one, but a phone and accessories retailer has published what they claim to be the upcoming Samsung roadmap and unsurprisingly it includes a few tasty morsels of Android goodness.
As you might already know, we’re completely obsessed about the Nexus 3. We’ve lost many hours of sleep trying to figure out what this phone will be all about. So far, the clues point to a Tegra 3-powered device coming this Christmas with Ice Cream Sandwich. We also have ... Read More »
Samsung’s Epic 4G still does not have an official release date, but Sprint is hoping to appease some eager customers with a teaser site for the new handset. The new site allows you to sign up for email updates on the Epic 4G while also giving you a glimpse of what the handset will have ... Read More »
If you haven’t heard, “the next generation of DOES” is finally here. The new Motorola DROID X went on sale nearly ten days ago, ushering in a new area of DROID dominance on Big Red. Though the DROID X has some incredible features, it definitely has its work cut out for it to prove to ... Read More »
Thanks to the guys over at XDA the Nexus One just got another bullet point for its spec list and that is 720p video recording.
At the moment the hack only works for rooted users running CyanogenMod 5.0.8test3, but they are working on Froyo compatibility and may get that out as early as tonight. I’ll ... Read More »
A gaming handheld with 720p output