We’ve seen the HTC Holiday in the wild already, but it’s nice to see a second device get caught on camera. This time around the phone is a little less broken and looks a little different, since it does not feature the three connection pins on the two-toned back panel as we saw last time. ... Read More »
Rumors of a PlayStation phone first surfaced back in August and then the leaks began to appear over the last couple of months. The device, now being called the Xperia Play, is widely expected to be announced at next month’s MWC in Barcelona and now Engadget got their hands on an early ... Read More »
We’ve already seen pictures and video of the upcoming LG Star, but Engadget now has a full preview of the dual-core phone thanks to a very generous tipster (*cough* controlled leak). Most of the specs have been revealed at this point, so Vlad Savov spent most of his time running benchmarks ... Read More »
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Ok, ok, so I can’t say that as fact, only the person that shot/saved these photos knows for sure, but let me say this: the Google logo on the back of that Nexus S shot posted on Engadget sure does look sketchy.
Specs are being reported that match previous leaks which include a 1 GHz Snapdragon processor, 4.1â€³ OLED screen, 512 MB ROM, 512 MB RAM, 8 MP camera, ... Read More »
Probably all of us at one point or another have used AOL as our ISP. Though AOL’s users have been declining in recent years, AOL just got a whole lot cooler in my book. Today, AOL announced its support for the Android operating system, choosing Android as the platform to showcase their flagship AOL application. The ... Read More »
Verizon is set to announce the Droid X next week and launch it July 19th, but you can catch a fairly detailed preview thanks to Engadget. They are reporting that the display is actually 4.4 inches (FWVGA 854 x 480) which puts it just in front of the HTC EVO. ... Read More »
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