The Sanyo Zio is coming to Sprint stores soon and it will be the cheapest Android phone the carrier has ever offered. When Cricket Wireless launched this phone back in August it retailed for $249, which happens to be the exact subsidy that Sprint offers on their current Android phones. This means that ... Read More »
AT&T customers will get their first taste of an Android 2.1 device when the HTC Aria goes on sale later this month. This mid-range Android phone features almost identical insides of recent HTC phones like the Legend and Slide mixed with the design of their Windows-powered HD Mini.
The Aria is powered ... Read More »
Update: As reader Chris wisely points out, the Slide is running a lower resolution (HVGA vs WVGA) so the benchmarks should be pushing less pixels. This explains why the slower phone is able to produce more frames per second.
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Every Android phone in the U.S. features a built in GPS, but only one of them is made by Garmin. T-Mobile’s upcoming Garminfone will be the first Android-powered smartphone and Garmin GPS navigation device in one. Android fans looking for a high-end device will be disappointed with the specs (600 MHz ARM11), but I’m ... Read More »
Acer announced low, mid, and high end phones for their Android lineup.
LG’s latest Android phone is headed for a global release in April.
More video of new compact Android phones from Sony Ericsson.
New specs and images leak out of the next HTC chin phone.
Video preview of “The Navigation Phone” from Garmin-Asus.
Compact versions of the Xperia X10 are coming in Q2 2010.