A "teaser" video gives the world a sneak peak at one of the smartphones Sony Ericsson is going to unveil on Nov. 3. The device shown matches the leaked images of the Xperia X3, the very high-end model that will be this company's first running Google's Android OS.
T-Mobile USA is expected to release the Samsung Behold II around the middle of next month. The price for this Android-powered model with an OLED display hasn't been announced yet, but an unconfirmed report has revealed what it will be.
Verizon is going to release its first Android-powered smartphone, the Motorola Droid, early next month, and it's apparently going to have a companion, which will reportedly be a less expensive model dubbed the HTC Droid Eris.
There have been requests for an Android version of the HTC HD2, but HTC's CEO says this high-end smartphone is going to be Windows Mobile only, in hopes of driving up excitement in Microsoft's operating system.
When Verizon Wireless introduces the Motorola Droid next month, many people will likely pass by their nearest Verizon store on their way to a Best Buy location, as this retailer will make getting this hot new Android device easier by not requiring a mail-in rebate.
Google officially unveiled Android 2.0 earlier this week, and Verizon has already announced a model that will use it -- the Motorola Droid. Not to be left out, HTC has promised an OS upgrade for the HTC Hero.
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Sony Ericsson has put a "teaser" page on its website promising a big announcement on November 3. This could be the day it's going to formally unveil the Xperia X3, this company's first smartphone running Google's Android OS.
Android 2.0, the next version of Google's operating system for smartphones, has been officially unveiled. This will include a number of enhancements, most notably support for synchronizing with Microsoft Exchange.
Verizon reportedly plans to release its first two Android-powered smartphones early in November. The Motorola Droid and HTC Droid Eris will give customers a choice between a high-end model with a built-in keyboard, and a mid-range one without.
Verizon doesn't plan to unveil the Droid until next week, but this carrier has given the world an in-depth sneak peek: it briefly put the official pages describing this Android-based smartphone on its website, revealing all the details.
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