Tech 65 has uploaded another video of the Samsung i7500.  For those of you unfamiliar with the i7500, it is very likely going to be the first Android smartphone from Samsung to hit the market.  It will show up in June on O2 in Europe, if the rumor mill is right. Video after the jump.

Not much information here, but the Boy Genius Report has what it claims to be a rendered image of the upcoming T-Mobile G1 v2 that we we first caught wind of earlier this week. Not much to talk about here, except that BGR is claiming that Walmart will sell the device in October for $148, which suggest a $149.99 price from T-Mobile direct – if it all turns out to be true. Larger image after the jump:

CodeAndroid.org has received a few live photos of what appears to be the HTC Hero Android smartphone enjoying a night out on the town with some guys in sport coats.  We first caught wind of the Hero in the HTC roadmap that was leaked some time ago, though this time around there’s none of that awful pink color. Not much to be discerned from the photos except that there is no trackball (a shame) and there appears to be a 3.5mm headphone port – something we haven’t seen so far on an Android device. Gallery after the jump.

The guys over at CellPhoneSignal.com and TmoToday.com have a marked up slide which they claim to be from T-Mobile’s 2009 roadmap for Android devices.  For starters, it shows that the G1 will get a price cut before being put out to pasture during the early Fall, only to be replaced by a very different looking T-Mobile G1 v2 device with a code name of “Bigfoot”. The slide would also have us believe that the HTC Magic/Sapphire/MyTouch 3G is coming this Summer. Also quite interesting is the device named the Samsung Houdini.  Based on the other names in this document, it…

TmoNews is reporting that the HTC Magic will be sold by T-Mobile USA as the MyTouch 3G, not as the G2.  The new MyTouch 3G name supposedly has shown up on an internal T-Mobile USA inventory system, which is what the image to the right is supposedly of. There’s nothing official on any of this, though, and no indication from this photo that the MyTouch 3G is even an Android based device, so we’re going to take a wait and see attitude with this one until something a little more solid comes along. If true, though, we’ll be seeing this…

A day after it was promised, the HTC Magic limped into Vodafone stores across the UK this Saturday, the 2nd of May. Most stores had not even updated their shop fronts with any HTC Magic advertisements or general goodies by 11am. Only one of the three stores in Oxford’s busy city centre had updated their awnings to replace the small HTC Magic logo with an equally small, “it’s here” sign. The price plans are somewhat steep compared to online, but it is also worth noting that both online and in store prices now exclude the 12 month price plan options….

So we took a walk down to Vodafone UK’s self-proclaimed busiest branch that “sells the most phones” this morning; Cornmarket Street, Oxford. As a burgeoning dual University town, it is clear why this Vodafone store could be the number one selling store in the UK. Their support staff are certainly up to par. However, despite the assurances from Vodafone in London, and the in-store staff when we checked with them yesterday, the HTC Magic is no where to be seen. The small ‘HTC Magic with Google is coming” notice remains in the window front. Apparently, they did not receive stock…

Boy Genius Report is at it again, spilling the beans on another potential Motorola Android device; this time in the form of IRONMAN. Only yesterday did we hear news of the Motorola Calgary, allegedly Verizon’s first Android device. Now, it would seem that Motorola are following through with their word, threatening to release a number of Android based devices this year. We always knew that this would be an important year for Android, and with more and more manufacturers announcing their intent, competition is certainly hotting up. The IRONMAN could be out in Q3 of this year, and appears to…

News on Samsung’s i7500 is coming in thick and fast; as soon as we saw a hands-on live video yesterday, we get some high-quality live pictures today. Gone are the smudgy pictures that left much to be desired, and in their place come a full work down of every inch of the i7500. As we said in our previous post, we think this phone could hit a sweet spot for many comsumers who have been waiting for an Android device with a 5MP sensor combined with the GPS, WiFi and 3.5mm headphone jack that can often make or break a…