Sony Ericsson is reportedly going to make versions of the Xperia X10 with support for AT&T's and T-Mobile's 3G networks, raising the possibility that this high-end Android-based smartphone is going to be released by one or both of these wireless carriers.
The HTC Passion has not yet been officially announced, but it's expected to be released next month. This smartphone will reportedly run Google's Android OS on a 1 GHz processor, and have a 3.7-inch WVGA, AM-OLED touchscreen.
Google Goggles is a new app for Android-based smartphones that lets users search for more information on an object they see in front of them simply by taking a picture of it. It works with famous landmarks, works of art, products, and more.
A list of upcoming HTC smartphones has appeared on the Web, apparently giving the world an overview of products scheduled for the first half of next year. This includes a mix of models running Google Android and Microsoft Windows Mobile.
HTC's next smartphone running Google's Android OS reportedly won't debut later this month as had been previously rumored. In addition, the latest report also indicates that this device's touchscreen won't be as large as had been thought.
The HTC Hero is HTC's flagship Android-powered smartphone, but it's been around since this summer, and a successor is on the way. A high-level company executive says this device will debut in just a couple of months.
The Motorola Droid gets most of the attention, but Verizon has a second Android-based smartphone, the HTC Droid Eris. This device is less expensive, but also less cutting edge. Still, HTC says it will soon release an operating system upgrade for this device that will bring at least one significant new feature.
In the past few days, images and details of several future Motorola models with Google's Android OS have come out of Asia. The latest of these has a slightly unusual design, and is apparently headed for release in China.
Google has announced a small update for it's Android OS, and Motorola has promised this will be released for its flagship Motorola Droid in the next few weeks. The Droid version will include a few extra features.
A new picture coming out of Asia gives a first glimpse at what is apparently an upcoming Android based smartphone from Motorola. Details on this are very sketchy, but it might be the rumored tablet version of the Droid.
The Motorola Droid is on a great many wish lists this holiday season. Those who are shopping for this Android-based device are probably looking for a deal, and Dell has one, offering this model for $80 off the regular price.
Recently, word leaked out of Motorola that it is working on a tablet version of the Droid. Now, more information on this upcoming Android-based device has leaked out, including several pictures.
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