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[UPDATE May 5, 2011] Check out our latest amazing spreadsheet that has every single Android Superphone compared!

Here at CES, things are crazy! 2011 is shaping up to be an amazing year... for Android Phone enthusiasts all around the world. 4 inch plus screens are going to dominate the market as more and more people will make it their mainstay device. With the Optimus 2X, LG launched th...

Here is a brief video I shot at an LG event just outside the Mobile World Congress fairgrounds last week. The GT540 was announced at CES in January, and comes in a number of different colors –... including pink.ย  It runs the Android 2.0 OS, features a 3.5mm headphone jack, and sports an autofocus 3 megapixel camera.

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The Inbrics MID-M1 was announced back in November but only a few scarce details were able to be gleaned from the machine translated Korean press release. The MID-M1 was slated for CES 2010 and now that... the trade show is upon us, full details on this interesting tablet have emerged. The MID-M1 will feature everything but the kitchen sink including:

3.7-inch, 800×480 AMOLED touch screen slider...

The folks at the Boy Genius Report have posted what appears to be a screen capture of a Sprint computer system that lists the LG LS680, which it describes as an Android phone.

I’m already... planning to attend the LG and Sprint events at CES in Las Vegas early next month, so here’s hoping that this new LG LS680 is one of the things they plan to unveil

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Dell Streak (next to the shoe)

Dell’s Android tablet, previously revealed as the Streak, may be formally introduced in January at CES 2010. The Streak features a... 5 inch, 800×480 touchscreen, a 5MP camera with dual LED flash, Android 2.0, and a bunch of other goodies including WiFi, Bluetooth and 3G connectivity. The Streak is rumored to be launching in th...

Ultra-low cost phone manufacturer Hop-on today announced that it plans to unveil a new Android powered device at the 2009 CES show in Las Vegas this coming January.

Hop-on is probably best know... for its disposable cell phones.

Hop-on’s CEO, Peter Michaels, was quoted in the announcement as stating:

“Hop-on is committed in bringing the latest technology to the market, t...