Todd Haselton from our sister site Mobileburn.com spent some time with the HTC EVO 4G Android smartphone at Sprint’s press conference today. You have already heard a little bit about this device... earlier but now we have some hands on pictures and live video to show you. I wont go into all the details as they’re covered nicely in the 9 minute video which also have some coverage of the press...

The HTC Supersonic has been made official and the handset really lives up to its codename. Now officially dubbed the Sprint HTC EVO 4G, the world’s first Android-powered WiMAX phone sets a new... standard for Android devices by rocking the following specifications:

4.3 inch touchscreen Dual 3G/4G connectivity Forward-facing 1.3 megapixel camera Rear-facing 8MP camera with auto-focus and H...

Motorola i1

While I was in the air heading to Las Vegas for the 2010 CTIA show, Motorola and Sprint launched the i1, the first iDEN Push-to-Talk smartphone running Android. ... Later in the day I got a chance to shoot some videos and photos of the i1, as well as talk to Motorola about the phone.

It turns out that the i1 runs a pretty generic build of Android 1.5. No MOTOBLUR...

Sprint has just announced that a version of the Google Nexus One will be available for use on its network, just as one is planned for Verizon’s network.  The phone will be sold directly by Google... at Google.com/phone, though pricing and availability information have not yet been released.

This makes sense, really, since the same hardware that runs on Verizon’s network would be able to...

The HTC Supersonic is rumored to be Android’s first WiMAX handset and is expected to debut in the first half of 2010 with Sprint. While we wait for the Supersonic to get the official nod from... HTC and Sprint, we can watch this short teaser video which shows off the bright 4.3 inch display and the plain white backside of this Android 2.1 handset. No new details on the handset are revealed b...

Google Nexus One

Google’s Nexus One handset may be making a full sweep in the US, possibly landing on all four major carriers. The Nexus One is already available... on T-Mobile and a Verizon Wireless version is expected to debut this Spring. Two separate rumors suggest that both AT&T and Sprint versions of the Nexus One may be in the works as well. In the fir...

Something fishy is going on at HTC that leds some of us to believe that bad information is being leaked on purpose.  Perhaps HTC is getting tired of all their phones being leaked well in advance of... their official announcements.  Two cases have recently popped up showing inaccurate information that has been reported widely by most technology and mobile blogs, including us.

We reported on...

Engadget has gotten an exclusive tip from a “trusted” source revealing the codename and details of what could possibly be the first 4G Android device to hit the market.  Codenamed “Supersonic”,... the device is made by HTC and will launch on Sprint with WiMAX capability.  Here are the official bullet points taken from Engadget:

Codename is “Supersonic” — a name we’ve heard at least o...

Clear’s CEO Bill Morrow re-affirmed his company’s goal of launching a dual mode WiMAX handset in the second half of 2010. Morrow declined to say which platform and manufacturers would be... involved in the handset but alluded to Android when he noted that “there is “a natural affinity” between Google’s Android operating system and Clearwire’s all IP-based ne...

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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