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Theandroidpk Well, color us surprised! We know that HTC is releasing the entry-level Desire C soon. It turns out there are two more Desire models that the Taiwanese phone maker is preparing to push into the market. Seemingly coming out of nowhere, the Desire C is set to receive the company of the HTC Desire V and Desire VC. What of their specs? There’s definitely some good surprises waiting for those who lament HTC’s decision to pack the Desire C with a 600MHz processor (in 2012, really?). Both the HTC Desire V and Desire VC will ship with a single-core…

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This is a huge surprise and a refreshing story for fans of  HTC smartphones. An unannounced HTC phone was recently revealed in China, and reports suggest that it is a dual SIM phone which is quite unusual for HTC’s latest and greatest. To make matters more enticing, it appears to be very similar to HTC’s One S, as well.  It is certainly an interesting choice for dual SIM-aholics, but what else does it have to offer? The HTC T328w Wind looks a lot like the HTC One S, only a bit smaller since it features a 4 inch display (Super LCD WVGA )…

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Yeah sure, the Ipad is the best-selling tablet in the world. Sure, it’s pretty good. We clap our hands in honor of Apple, for showing the world that tablets are indeed a viable computing platform. Now, it’s time for some serious tablet temptation talk. We have gone on to list the top reasons why the Motorola Xoom, and other similarly spec’ed Android Honeycomb Tablets could dethrone Apple’s most compelling Tablet offerings in 2011. Here are the top reasons why Android-powered tablets will dethrone the Apple iPad: 1. Multitasking: Apple’s iOS doesn’t truly multitask. The Ipad is incapable of truly running more than…

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The Motorola Xoom features Android 3.0 Honeycomb, and is truly a sight to behold. Featuring a high resolution screen, front and rear cameras, and a dual core Nvidia Tegra 2 processor, this tablet has the potential to be the best Tablet of 2011. Check out why below: 1. Optimized Tablet UI – You will find this very interesting as the general layout of UI has extravagant space on the home screen for icons and widgets. With this well optimized Table UI you are free to accommodate many required things just on home screen. 2. Redesigned widgets – With the updated…

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It’s hard to believe that Android, a mobile operating system purchased by Google back in 2005, achieved a quarter of the worldwide OS market at the end of 2010. The past year has been immensely successful for the Android platform, and 2011 is looking even better for Android enthusiasts all around the globe. New, high-end, incredibly fast smartphones, with lots of cool and useful applications, as well as a Honeycomb built solely for tablets, will make 2011 the year of Android. Android will aspire to, and likely blow the competition out of the water,. We believe it’s very likely to…

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The four major ARM chip manufacturers are seeing the tablet revolution and smartphone growth bring great opportunities and the pressure that comes along with it. Nvidia is taking a major lead to start 2011 with their Tegra 2, which is the first dual core processor to make it to the market. It is being featured in a number of products so far.  TI realizes this and is getting the news about its dual core OMAP 4 out at their earnings report. With all four chip firms having new dual core options on the way, this is the perfect time to compare their…

As you probably know, I finally received my General Mobile DSTL1 the other day.  It’s a pretty nice device with dual-SIM GSM support.  I’m not going to post a real nitty-gritty detailed review right now, because I simply don’t have the time, but I have shot a pair of videos and a photo gallery (all after the jump) that, with some of my notes, will give you the important details. For starters, I like the device overall.  It’s fun, like most any Android phone.  I find no problems with the resistive touchscreen display, in spite of the fact that everybody…

Earlier today General Mobile sent us a bunch of screen shots from its DSTL1 Android powered smartphone.  While the pictures don’t show any 3rd party applications running, you can see how the Android OS itself looks on the WQVGA (240×400 pixel) display that the device uses, as opposed to the half-VGA (480×320 pixel) displays used on the G1 and Magic. From what I can tell, so far, so good. In most all of the screen shots in the gallery, found after the jump, you can see dual signal strength meters as well as other dual-SIM functionality, such as defining separate ringtones…

Chinese website Zol has caught General Mobile’s DSTL1 Android smartphone on camera at the Computex 2009 conference. We reported on this device a while back, but to refresh your memory, this device ships with 4GB of storage memory for all your top-notch pictures taken on its 5MP camera. All these will be viewable on the 3inch touch screen. However, the selling factor to most will be the dual-SIM functionality offered by this phone. Other websites are claiming that there is no news on release date, but as far as we’re concerned there is; we expect the DSTL1 to go on…

We just received a note from cell phone manufacturer General Mobile telling us that it plans on showing off the world’s first dual-SIM capable Android powered phone at the 2009 Mobile World Congress event in Barcelona next month. The phone, called the DSTL1, is shown in a few renderings in the gallery below.  Astute readers will note that the button configuration on the phone, as shown, won’t fly for Android.  Android phones currently need 5 hardware buttons in order to work (home, back, menu, call send, call end).  General Mobile says that the front of the phone will change from…