Rumored to be announced at next month’s Mobile World Congress in Barcelona Spain, the phone to the right is going by the codename of “Zeppelin”.  This makes little sense as this phone has also been going by that name and has been made very official as of late (although since ditching the Zeppelin title).  For now, we will call it the Motorola mystery until it’s formal announcement arrives.  Specifications are said to include MOTOBLUR running on 2.0 or 2.1, a 5 Megapixel camera, a 3.2-inch HVGA display, GPS, and touch sensitive buttons below the screen. The most interesting part of…

In the midst of all the iPad news today, Google has quietly made available the desktop dock for it’s flagship device, the Nexus One.  For a mere $45 you get the black molded plastic to the right and the following features: Check the local time and weather Set and clear alarms Watch a slideshow of your photos Play music Dim your phone’s display for nighttime use As with the DROID multimedia dock, when the phone is placed into the dock it automatically cues up the “clock radio” mode with an interface that is meant for multimedia or quick viewing of…

Last week we brought you video of the Motorola MOTOROI in action in an extreme closeup of the phone on YouTube.  Another video of even more length has been uncovered from a South Korean press event showing off more of the phone’s unique features, including the HDMI video playback on a large screen.  The quality looks fantastic and the phone continues to tickle our curiosity.  Sporting 5 home screens and some modification of MOTOBLUR, it seems to have similar styling cues to the DROID but trades in a few of the features for others. For instance, its camera gets upgraded…

New pictures have been scouted of the HTC Supersonic and Bravo showing off more detail and less blurriness than previous reports.  The HTC Supersonic, said to be packing HD2 like specs with a Snapdragon processor and, more impressively, WiMAX capabilities has been spotted online in the past few days in some very blurry shots.  The phone can now be seen in a much clearer picture as well as a new rendering (although we believe it to be fan made). The Bravo, which was first spied about a week ago also gets a fresh new pic and looks pretty much the…

Todd Haselton over at our sister site MobileBurn.com, got a hold of the new Fender Edition of the T-Mobile myTouch 3G and shot a quick video unboxing of the phone and also demonstrated some of the music apps, like the drum kit app and the guitar app.

Something fishy is going on at HTC that leds some of us to believe that bad information is being leaked on purpose.  Perhaps HTC is getting tired of all their phones being leaked well in advance of their official announcements.  Two cases have recently popped up showing inaccurate information that has been reported widely by most technology and mobile blogs, including us. We reported on the HTC Supersonic last week being rumored to possess 4G capabilities.  This screen, allegedly of the HTC Supersonic was sent to BGR from a “new tipster”, but there are some odd features.  T-Mobile is the…

I’ve posted my full-length Google Nexus One review on MobileBurn.com.  You should jump over there and give it a read (and watch the videos, if you haven’t watched them here already). In short, I like the device, but don’t love it. Text input is a big weakness, as is the 3G data. The 3.7-inch AMOLED touchscreen, 1GHz CPU, and awesome call audio quality are spot on the money, though.

Say hello to the first live picture of the HTC Bravo.  The picture, uncovered by Omio, shows some interesting hardware design cues such as an optical joystick, asymmetrical button interface and physical buttons as opposed to the touch sensitive type.  Rumored to be launching with T-Mobile UK sometime in March and possibly free with a 2 year contract, this device is said to be toe to toe with Google’s Nexus One in terms of specs.  Current officially known specs are a 3.7-inch display with multitouch capabilities, 5 Megapixel camera with autofocus, the newest iteration of Android OS, updated Sense UI,…

Android has been put to the test in another portable eReader device. OPPO are as well established and respected Chinese brand who produce fashionable (smart)phones aimed at the younger demographic along with PMPs and other gadgets. OPPO has now decided to build an eReader E-ink device that will run Android. Since announcing their first Android based handset at the end of last year (which we’re keeping an eye on for you), the company have seemed to have take a fancy to Android. With that said, we have little extra information to bring you about their eReader device other than the…

According to the president and representative director of Motorola Korea, Rick Wolochatiuk, the Motorola Motoroi is likely to make its way to other markets around the rest of the world, including the United States. The Motoroi has also been referred to as the Sholes Tablet in media speculation. This is good news for many Android faithful who have been waiting for a ‘top end’ device for a while. It is important to remember that there are already phones (e.g. Samsung Omnia i8910HD) out there which offer an 8MP camera, 720p video recording, GPS, etc. on the market and despite the…