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Samsung has announced that it would be pushing back the Android 4.0 update for the Galaxy Note to the second quarter of this year, offering instead a “Premium Suite” of S-note apps that extend the functionality of the S-pen. The official update may be just around the corner (we are now in Q2, after all), but if you can’t wait to get your first bite of ice-cream sandwich goodness on the Galaxy Note, you won’t have wait to any longer, provided you are willing to engage in some good ole ROM flashing. Courtesy of Rootzwiki, we now have a leak…

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RootzWiki Samsung Galaxy S2 Skyrocket owners have probably been sitting on the edge of their seats for the last couple of days, with the announcement from AT&T that the Skyrocket is one of the 10 devices in the carrier’s lineup that will get ICS over the coming months. But wait no longer you must, since the official Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich ROM has made its way to RootzWiki. It appears that the leaked ICS ROM is the real deal. Those who have updated their Skyrocket using the leaked ROM seem to believe that it’s the official 4.03 firmware for…

Droid RAZR

Do you remember this bad boy? In late 2004, Motorola dropped this clamshell, flip-phone, into the phone market. Immediately this device became wildly popular and the Motorola RAZR was quick to become the “best-selling clamshell phone in the world”. Bearing the same popularity in mind, Motorola is preparing to release a smartphone under a similar name. Rumors suggest that the Motorola Spyder, Droid RAZR, will be “iconic” like it’s predecessor. Motorola has managed to pack a 4.3 inch 960 x 540 pixel Super AMOLED display, 4G LTE, a dual core 1.2 GHz processor, 1 GB of RAM, and an 8…

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At least six new Android 2.3 Gingerbread devices are falling upon AT&T this fall (or late summer), according to an alleged AT&T roadmap detailing the devices’ internal codenames, operating systems, display resolution, RAM, camera resolution, battery capacity, HSDPA category, and release period. The screenshot of the alleged roadmap was leaked to Pocketnow and shows that two devices each come from Samsung and Pantech, and one each from Motorola and Huawei. The two upcoming Samsung devices are something we have become familiar with lately. One is the Samsung Singa (SGH-I777), whose handset number suggests that it’s the AT&T variant of the…

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Some screenshots of what seems to be Ice Cream Sandwich, Google’s yet to be released Android version made it online this week at Android Police and RootzWiki. Both sites however confirmed that their photos are really of the highly-anticipated OS and that they come from a credible source. So what details about ICS are revealed with the leaked photos? The most obvious change is the blue user interface, plus the notifications bar was really altered for ICS. Google also has yet to release what Android version number ICS will carry, but the build number on the About menu says IRK36B….

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We’re all familiar with roadmaps, at least in the tech sense. They’re the documents that companies use to indicate what they’ll be doing for the entire year. So it’s quite a treat for enthusiasts if one of them leaks. Like just what happened with LG’s. The entire 2011 smartphone roadmap is definitely an interesting document and should get any fan excited. With seven phones lined up for release, it should get anyone with interest in Android phones excited. First up is the LG K – which seems to be up there with the Nexus 3 in terms of how high-end…

A new video emerged this weekend which showcases the newest version of Sense UI found on the HTC Espresso. The three minute long video features an HTC Hero with a leaked version of the Espresso ROM and provides a nice visual presentation of the Espresso’s Sense UI in action. HTC fans that want a Sense UI sneak preview can hit the jump for the full video. [via MobileTechWorld and Engadget]

HTC Bravo, the rumored flagship Android handset that was leaked as part of the HTC 2010 roadmap, has made its second appearance on the Internet. This second image of the Bravo is nice and clear and showcases the smooth design and impressive size of this performance handset. The full size image of this drool worthy handset is after the jump.

A crudely scanned slide deck detailing HTC’s portfoilo for Q1 and Q2 2010 was leaked by B3ler3fonte over at xda-developers. Described as a prototype brochure, the document was distributed at a global conference hosted by HTC in Vienna during the month of October. Of the eight handsets slated for launch in the first half of 2010, five of them are Android! We have the Legend, the Salsa, the Bravo, the Tide, and the Buzz. Remember that leaked HTC Android 2.1 ROM that contained codenames for future HTC devices? The Legend and Bravo are included on the list. Let’s not waste…

Images of a sleek, new Android handset supposedly from HTC have been leaked from the French blog MobiFrance. Designated the HTC Touch.B, the prototype phone is thought to be code named the HTC Rome. Other than the stylish curves which resemble the Windows Mobile powered HTC Touch2, not much else is known about this phone. MobiFrance expects to release additional information on the handset tomorrow, so stay tuned. Until then, there a few more photos for your viewing pleasure after the jump. [via Slashgear]