The hotly-anticipated Samsung Epic 4G is now available from Sprint. This cutting-edge smartphone runs Google's Android OS on a 1 GHz processor and has a 4-inch display, sliding keyboard, and support for Sprint's WiMAX
The HTC EVO 4G has been so popular that Sprint has had problems keeping it in stock. Now, however, for the first time in over a month, this high-end Android OS smartphone with WiMAX can be ordered on Sprint's website.
Those who are eager to get the Samsung Fascinate, Verizon's next high-end smartphone, can now reserve one at Best Buy stores. This upcoming model will run Google's Android OS on a 1 GHz processor and sport a 4-inch Super AM-OLED touchscreen.
Images of an HTC model on its way to Verizon have leaked out. This will supposedly have much in common with Sprint's HTC EVO 4G as it will include a 4.3-inch touchscreen and the Android OS. UPDATED
Demand for the HTC EVO 4G has been so high, this cutting-edge Android OS smartphone hasn't been available through Sprint's website in over a month. That's going to change soon, though.
Verizon Wireless customers who are interested in the Samsung Fascinate might not have to wait as long as previously thought. According to information that has leaked out, this high-end Android OS smartphone is going to be released in mid-August.
The hotly-anticipated Samsung Epic 4G is set to debut next week, and those who want to be among the first to get this Android OS smartphone with support for Sprint's WiMAX service can place a pre-order now.
Sprint has stopped taking reservations for the Samsung Epic 4G because customers have signed up for all the units set aside for this purpose. This cutting-edge Android OS smartphone will reach user's hands on the last day of this month.
Verizon announced the Samsung Fascinate several months ago, but has yet to release it. An unconfirmed report indicates that this high-end Android OS model won't be on the market until mid-Fall.
At least two Chinese companies have created some very special accessories for owners of an iPod Touch who can't afford an iPhone: cases that turn their handheld into a smartphone.
Rumors of a worldphone version of the Motorola Droid 2 have been circulating recently, as have early reports on the Motorola Droid Pro. According to an industry source, these two are actually the same device.
A new touchscreen-oriented smartphone from RIM is expected this fall. However, Verizon is reportedly not going to introduce the BlackBerry Storm3 as soon as had been previously rumored.
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