CES takes off next week, and everyone is eager to see what gadgets 2012 holds. 2011 was a great year for Android, and this year looks to be more of the same. Sony Ericsson has decided to bring a little excitement before the show starts, teasing some close up images of a new ... 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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The curtain has finally been pulled back to reveal the HTC Rezound – the first device for the US market to feature a 720p HD display and Beats Audio. HTC’s CEO Peter Chou and Jimmy Iovine from Beats took the stage this afternoon in New York City to show off the handset for the very ... Read More »
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 »
Sony Ericsson has promised to improve their commitment to the Android platform. Devices like the Xperia Arc, Pro and Play are definitely much better than last years itinerary. Just how much is Sony Ericsson working on their Android smartphones, though? It seems they might be trying a bit too ... Read More »
Android users are not very happy with Gameloft’s business dealings (or lack thereof) with the Android Market. While Gameloft is definitely one of the best and most popular mobile game developers out there, most their products are not available on the Android Market. Some hard core gamers do choose to take the available route and ... Read More »
As our smartphones get bigger, better, faster, and just plain MORE, we’re going to see repetitive innovation. I say repetitive because the tech is already there, it’s just smaller now. One such example of this innovation is High Definition audio on mobile devices. The next generation of Android phones will have features like stereo speakers ... Read More »