Sprint has introduced an update for the system software on the Samsung Moment. This isn't the promised upgrade to Android 2.0, but it does bring a number of small improvements.
T-Mobile USA has just significantly dropped the prices on a wide array of smartphones, many of which debuted fairly recently. This includes the BlackBerry Bold 9700, HTC Touch Pro II, Motorola Cliq, and several more.
The price usually given for the Google Nexus One is $180, but that's the price for those switching to T-Mobile to get this new Android OS-based smartphone. Current T-Mobile subscribers had been asked to pay $200 more. However, this price has been reduced a bit.
Android-powered smartphones are nothing new, but the MID-M1 is making waves for what manufacturer Inbrics seemingly intends to be a truly all-in-one mobile device. This upcoming device will feature an AM-OLED display, WiMAX, two cameras, and much more.
The Google Nexus One has been on the market for a week now, and no official number of units sold so far has been announced. An unofficial estimate is available, though, and it's surprisingly low, considering the amount of media attention this device attracted.
The Google Nexus One is the hottest new Android phone, and a market analyst has come with a prediction that over 5 million of these devices will sell in 2010. That number is dwarfed by another analyst's predictions for Apple iPhone sales, though.
The Motorola Backflip is no longer a rumor, and Brighthand's Site Editor was there for the official unveiling. He brings us a video preview of this upcoming smartphone, which will run Google's Android OS and have an unusual design.
The Google Nexus One debuted from T-Mobile USA last week, and the first users of this Android-based smartphone are reporting problems with connecting to 3G. The companies responsible for this device say they are working on this issue.
A listing of phones on their way to Sprint has appeared on the Web. This includes an HTC model with the 4G standard WiMAX, the recently-revealed BlackBerry Tour2, a mysterious smartphone running Palm's webOS, and several more.
The Google Nexus One was designed to let users synchronize their data with online services, but some prefer to sync with their desktop computer. This group can turn to Mark/Space's app for syncing PCs and Macs, which supports this brand-new model.
Following in the footsteps of all its top rivals, AT&T has promised to offer its first smartphones running Google's Android OS. These will be produced by Motorola, Dell, and HTC, and will reach store shelves by the middle of this year.
Motorola's CEO has promised that the Motorola Cliq, a smartphone offered by T-Mobile USA, will be getting an upgrade to the latest version of Google's Android OS at some point in the future
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