As if launching the Ice Cream Sandwich-powered Galaxy Nexus wasn’t enough, Samsung teases us with a little techie Easter egg in their recent event in Hong Kong – a shot of the Nexus with a 4G logo, confirming rumors that the HSPA+ version will soon be followed by an LTE release.
In July, T-Mobile put up a teaser page about its newest Android smartphone, the G2. The G2 will be the wireless carrier’s first HSPA+ phone and is expected to sport a slide-out QWERTY keyboard. Our friends over at TmoNews have posted what looks to be the official pricing sheet for the upcoming handset. From the looks of it, the G2 will run $199.99 with a two-year service agreement and $499.99 retail.
T-Mobile has announced that it will soon offer its first HSPA+ smartphone but we weren’t’ privy enough to see actual photos. Until now. [via CellPhoneSignal]
The recently confirmed G2 smartphone that is headed for T-Mobile’s HSPA+ network has been captured in the wild, according to the folks over at Engadget. The G2, the successor to T-Mobile’s G1, looks to sport a full four row slide-out QWERTY keyboard and possibly an optical trackpad for navigation.
T-Mobile have recently launched a micro-site for a forthcoming HSPA+ Android smartphone. A quick inspection of the HTML code reveals that the micro-site is for the device codenamed ‘Vanguard’. It is expected to land around September 9th. Speculation runs rife that this offering will be the G1 Blaze/Vision that we commented on a few days back. If so, it is rumoured that this bad-boy will push a 1GHz CPU along with a 3.7-inch screen and slide-out QWERTY keyboard. For more information head on over to the micro-site and see for yourself, or check our previous post here.
The Dell Streak, an Android smartphone that looks like a mini tablet, is set to go on sale this week according to Dell’s U.S. website (“late in July”). The Streak boasts a massive 5-inch 800×480 resolution touchscreen display that will work on AT&T’s 3G HSPA network here in the States and features a 1GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon processor and a 5-megapixel camera. For more, keep an eye out on Dell’s webpage. [via SlashGear]