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  1. HTC’s Next Gen Android Flagship Spotted

    It was not long ago that an image of what was then said to be an Android powered device from HTC was leaked. The handset, thought to be a next generation HTC flagship seems to have reappeared again – in the form of an actual prototype. An eagle eyed tipster who was commuting on the busy Taipei Metro spotted one...
  2. Nokia Switching to Android?

    This surprising piece of news, is not news yet. The new Chief Executive of Nokia, Stephen Elop dropped a hint that suggests that Nokia might be planning a big platform move. This was revealed in a conference call after Nokia's fourth quarter report. Stephen Elop mentioned that Nokia needs to change rapidly in a fast-paced market and to consider "multiple...
  3. Android 2.3 Laden Sony Ericsson Vivaz 2 Appears

    The usual suspects at Mobile-Review have managed to preview a handset that looks to be the successor to the much maligned, Symbian laden Sony Ericsson Vivaz. Released back in early 2010, the Vivaz was a decently spec'd Symbian handset complete with a 600 Mhz processor, an 8 megapixel camera, support for HD video recording and a modified for Sony Ericsson...
  4. Huawei Ideos X6 Appears On FCC. On T-Mobile Soon

    Chinese manufacturer Huawei had demoed some of its upcoming handsets at the CES 2011. What however was not known was about this particular handset. Known as the X6 (Not the Nokia X6!), the handset has appeared on the FCC for approval. It has also been revealed that the device would be available on T-Mobile USA – thanks to its support...
  5. Samsung's Little Galaxy S To Debut At MWC?

    Looks like it’s not just the successor to the existing Galaxy S that would debut at next month’s MWC. There is now a talk of a kiddie brother that would join the Galaxy S family soon. In fact, we already have leaked images of this little one – that for some reason do not look fake to me – at...
  6. Samsung Galaxy Player Launched. Worlds First Android Powered MP3 Player

    Samsung has taken covers off its the world's first Android-based MP3 player, the Galaxy Player to take on the iPod Touch. The Galaxy Player is nothing but a Samsung Galaxy S smartphone - minus the phone functionality. It comes with a 3.2 -inche AMOLED display and has a 1GHz processor - the same as the one used on the Galaxy...
  7. Lenovo Unveils the LePad – Android Powered Tablet

    Just prior to the CES kicks off, Lenovo has taken covers off its Android powered tablet called the LePad. Powered by Qualcomm's 1.3GHz Snapdragon processor, the device features a large 10.1-inch display that struts stuff at a resolution of 800*1280 pixels. It offers 3G connectivity as well as support for WCDMA/EV-DO networks. Other connectivity options include WLAN and Bluetooth. T...
  8. CES 2011: Toshiba Android Tablet Coming Up

    In the tablet announcements that have been buzzing in the Consumer Electronics Show season, the announcement by Toshiba was quite surprising. Their tablet is named the Toshiba Tablet, and not only has it been announced, but it PCMag also experimented with it (although it was not powered on). The Toshiba Tablet is thus, the first Android Honeycomb-powered tablet that has...
  9. Samsung To Issue Froyo Updates To Galaxy S Devices In USA

    Good news for all you Samsung Galaxy Series phone users out there in the US. The Samsung USA Twitter account has posted a sort of confirmation regarding the arrival of the much-awaited update to Froyo (also known as Android 2.2) to the entire range of Galaxy S devices in the US. In a tweet, Samsung USA has said that it...
  10. Trojan Attack: Android Smartphones At Risk

    It seems that viruses, bugs and Trojans are on a roll these days. The public hue and cry has not abated about the iPhone’s alarm(ing) issues, that a new malware emerges in Android smartphones in China.Lookout, a blog about mobile security has reported this malware, named ‘Geinimi’ – a malware which, if infects a user’s smartphone, then he/she can forget...