Everyone is still hyped about the recent announcement of the Samsung Galaxy Nexus. That does not mean there’s no room for some other powerhouse devices, though. The HTC Amaze 4G was released last week, and sure is a huge step up compared to most devices out there.
During the Google and Samsung live event, there was a lot of emphasis placed on the design of the Galaxy Nexus. Its looks very similar to the Samsung Nexus S, but with nearly every aspect of the device upgraded in some way. But you don’t have to take our word for it.
Dieses Video wurde von einem Android-Telefon hochgeladen. Oh you don’t speak German? This random video just appeared on YouTube with the description, “This video was uploaded from an Android phone.” Looks real to me. Real sexy. What do you think? Developing…
Pop quiz. Would you rather have a dual-core or quad-core processor inside your next Android device? Common sense might lead you to believe that more cores are better, but it’s actually a lot more complex than that.
Last week Qualcomm invited me to their headquarters for a briefing on their upcoming Krait architecture and I got ... Read More »
T-Mobile customers have been patiently waiting on a release date for the Samsung Galaxy S II while Sprint fans got their version of the device last week and AT&T gets some action on October 2nd. It doesn’t look like they will have to wait much longer because we just ... Read More »
The wait is over; the Samsung Galaxy S II has finally landed in the US market! Sprint is the first US service provider to release their version of the phone–the Samsung Galaxy S II, Epic 4G Touch. Good luck remembering that name. And, yes, it officially has a comma in it. You’ve probably already read ... Read More »
Is the Samsung Epic 4G Touch the best Android phone available for Sprint? Starting tomorrow, eager customers can pick up Sprint’s version of the Galaxy S II for $199 with a new 2-year contract. That’s the same price-point as the recently released HTC EVO 3D and Motorola Photon 4G, so which dual-core phone ... Read More »
We still have a few weeks to go before T-Mobile launches the HTC Sensation 4G here in the U.S. Market, but our friends at HTC were kind enough to send over a demo unit for us to play with. You probably have all the specs of the HTC Sensation memorized by now, but we’ll run ... Read More »
It’s finally here, folks. It’s been a long time since we first saw the LG Revolution at CES, but the phone has arrived at last. Verizon and LG announced today that the LG Revolution will be available for purchase via the Verizon website, starting tomorrow. Unsurprisingly, Verizon will be selling the ... Read More »
The HTC Flyer has landed. Best Buy announced that the Flyer would be available on May 22, but an internal memo was released which gave stores permission to start selling the tablet as soon as they got it on stock. I have not made my trip over to Best Buy to pick up ... Read More »