In anticipation of a February release of its Galaxy S 4G smartphone, Samsung made an official statement today about the details of its "fastest smartphone running on America's largest 4G network."
AT&T has just announced that the HTC Inspire is going to debut much earlier than expected. This high-end Android OS model is going to break new ground for AT&T in a number of ways, including screen size and data transfer speeds.
Now that its iPhone exclusivity is coming to an end, AT&T appears to be ramping up its Android OS support, if a leaked internal document from the company is legitimate. The company is apparently prepping a dozen Android devices for release this year.
The proponents of net neutrality believe that Internet service providers should not be allowed to block their customers from using services offered by rival companies. Not surprisingly, some wireless service providers, including Verizon, have a different opinion.
Many people have been expecting the Motorola Atrix 4G to debut at the typical $200 with contract, but information leaking out of retailers indicates that this cutting-edge Android OS model could go for significantly less.
Motorola's CEO didn't exactly announce the launch date for the Atrix 4G, but Sanjay Jha did say that this cutting-edge Android OS smartphone is going to be out around the end of next month.
The follow-up model to the Samsung Vibrant is no longer a rumor. T-Mobile has just officially announced plans to release the Galaxy S 4G, which will be the first smartphone to fully support this carrier's HSPA+ network.
Rumors of an updated version of the Samsung Vibrant have been circulating recently, and now a potential release date for this Android OS smartphone has leaked out. This model will supposedly offer full support for T-Mobile's HSPA+ network, as well as other enhancements.
Specifics about the long-rumored Samsung Vibrant 4G, a follow-up smartphone to the T-Mobile's Samsung Vibrant, have finally begun to emerge. Pictures of a document advertising the upgraded model have leaked out, revealing many of its details.
AT&T has revealed some of the details on a trio of cutting-edge smartphones. These devices will all run Google's Android OS, and support this carrier's HSPA+ network. Two of these are going to be released in the first quarter of this year.
T-Mobile's focus on its 4G network in 2011 is off to a good start, as details about the carrier's newest HSPA+ smartphone, the Motorola Cliq 2 have just been revealed. This consumer-oriented smartphone will supposedly have a sliding keyboard and the Android OS.
While the debate continues over whether or not T-Mobile actually has a 4G network as advertised, a new independent third-party study has turned in results stating that the wireless carrier delivers the fastest wireless data performance in the top 100 U.S. markets.
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