Back in January of this year, AT&T made the announcement that they’d be more committed to Android. At the time, they told everyone to expect at least 12 different Android devices to launch before the year closed. With the announcement of five new Android phones, the total number of Android devices released hits 19. So ... Read More »
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We’re sure most of you have heard that Samsung unveiled the new Galaxy Tab 8.9 and the redesigned Galaxy Tab 10.1 at CTIA earlier this week. You’ve seen pictures and video already, but we thought you’d also be interested in taking a peek at the official video from Samsung’s Unpacked event.
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Today Sprint announced they would be launch the EVO View 4G, their first tablet with HTC’s Sense experience. This device is the same as the HTC Flyer that was revealed last month at Mobile World Conrgres, with the addition of support for Sprint’s 4G WiMAX.
Highlights of the EVO View 4G include HTC ... Read More »
Samsung Galaxy Tab 8.9 spec sheets spied early: Weighs just a pound and is even thinner than the iPad 2
The guys over at PocketNow managed to evade whatever security might be on hand pre-CTIA and snapped some pictures of the Samsung Galaxy Tab 8.9′s table. Naturally the device itself wasn’t left out for their viewing pleasure, but the spec sheets give us some juicy details to mull over until the official reveal this week.
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We’re still a ways away from confirming all the leaked details for Sprint’s CTIA announcement, but HTC’s latest trademark application does confirm that at least one of the three products Sprint is expected to unveil in a few weeks. According to a new file listed by the U.S. Patent Office, HTC is looking ... Read More »
It’s been a few days since Sprint sent out invitations to their press event at CTIA. While we certainly have our own ideas as to what Sprint will announce, an anonymous tipster has come forward, possibly revealing Sprint’s big announcement agenda.
The source claims that Sprint has three Android devices waiting to be unveiled at ... Read More »