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HTC Bravo takes the stage in early form

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by on January 21, 2010 1:26 pm
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Say hello to the first live picture of the HTC Bravo.  The picture, uncovered by Omio, shows some interesting hardware design cues such as an optical joystick, asymmetrical button interface and physical buttons as opposed to the touch sensitive type.  Rumored to be launching with T-Mobile UK sometime in March…

The T-Mobile G2 Touch (aka the HTC Hero) is now available online to T-Mobile UK customers.  The price of the phone ranges from £195.73 on a £15/mo contract to free on a £30/mo contract. T-Mobile UK has said that the Android-powered smartphone will start appearing in retail stores over the…

As promised, here’s the 3 part HD video review of the HTC Hero / T-Mobile G2 Touch for Europe.  Russell might have gone a bit overboard here, giving us over 30 minutes of footage, but there was just so much HTC Sense goodness in the Hero that he just couldn’t…

T-Mobile UK announced through its twitter channel that it will be offering the HTC Hero as the G1 Touch starting in mid-July.  It will be available for free starting at £40 per month on a Flext plan, which includes £225 of credit and unlimited internet browsing. The company highlights the…

We’ve been hearing buzz that T-Mobile UK has released another firmware update that addresses a security hole found in the recently released Android 1.5 “Cupcake” update for the T-Mobile G1. Phandroid.com has posted a list of user reports that appear to back that up. We have no other information at…

According to Betanews, T-Mobile USA’s Erica Gordon denied that the company had any plans for a Cupcake related firmware update for the T-Mobile G1 in April, which is what Pocket-link.com quoted an unnamed source at T-Mobile UK as saying. Gordon told Betanews that it was “just a rumor” and that…