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Leaked: Samsung Galaxy Q Android 2.2 Froyo Super AMOLED smartphone

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by 3 years ago
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A user over at Android Forums posted is what is thought to be possible specs for an unannounced Samsung smartphone, the Galaxy Q.  According the details posted, the new device is to feature: 3G HSDPA/HSUPA connectivity Android 2.2 Froyo operating system 1GHz Hummingbird processor 3-inch Super AMOLED display 1500mAh battery 8MP rear facing and 1.3MP front facing cameras 16GB internal memory, up to 32GB microSD slot Bluetooth, WiFi, A-GPS, HDMI 7.5 hours talk time, 510 hours standby No photos have been provided. [Editor’s note: the 3-inch display seems likely to be a typo since it is much smaller than what…

Nexus One passes through the FCC with both AT&T and T-Mobile 3G support (updated)

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by 4 years ago
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An HTC handset with FCC ID NM8PB99100 and the model name “NEXUSONE” has made its way though the revealing process of FCC approval. The documents posted by the FCC divulge the presence of cellular radios supporting quad-band GSM/GPRS/EDGE and UMTS/HSUPA (2Mbps up and 7.2Mbps down) on 850/1700/1900 frequencies. Savvy readers will immediately recognize that 1700MHz is used for T-Mobile’s 3G network and that 850/1900MHz are the bands used for AT&T’s special flavor of 3G. Excellent news for consumers in the US as an unlocked Nexus One could be used on either T-Mobile’s or AT&T’s high speed data network. Anyone on the fence about the Nexus One, ready to take…

T-Mobile G1 supports HSUPA, not just HSDPA

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by 5 years ago
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Even though T-Mobile USA reported that the G1 supports only HSDPA 3G data, it appears that it was selling the phone short a bit. According to an HTC rep we spoke with today, the G1 for the U.S. and the UK are the same, and, as mentioned in the T-Mobile UK press release, the G1 supports HSUPA data. That means that if T-Mobile USA upgrades its network to HSUPA in the future, the G1 will be ready for it.

G1 coming to T-Mobile UK on October 30

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by 5 years ago
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It appears that the T-Mobile G1 will make it to markets outside of the U.S. quicker than we had anticipated. The UK’s RegHardware.co.uk is reporting that T-Mobile UK has stated that the G1 Android smartphone will be available to UK consumers on October 30th, a mere 15 days from now. It will be available for free to users that sign up for a 40GBP Combi or Flext plan, both of which will offer unlimited browsing and some combination of minutes and text messages. No word yet on whether the device will be offered in the same color schemes as the…