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Dell devices “Sparta” and “Athens” to run Android

by: James TromansApril 26, 2010

Dell Android roadmap via AndroidCentral

This Dell ‘roadmap’ reveals forthcoming Android based devices from computer manufacturer Dell, including a rough timeline on when we can expect to see them materialise.

This particular visualisation of Dell’s timeline comes via AndroidCentral, and reveals two new tablet/netbook class devices called “Sparta” and “Athens”. Both devices are alleged to be around the 11” mark, but the Sparta is a tablet while the Athens is considered a 0.9-kilogram “True notebook”. Both devices come with optional 3G, WiFi, and Bluetooth, powered by an an ARM based [...]

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Official: Garmin-ASUS nuvifone A50 as Garminfone for T-Mobile USA

by: James TromansApril 21, 2010


We have already spent some hands-on time with the Garmin-ASUS nuvifone A50. Well this thing just got official, and in the process found itself a new name, ‘Garminfone’.

We’ve pretty much covered all the relevant specifications before, but for a quick recap, the ‘Garminfone’ will provide you with a custom build of Android running on 1.6 (upgradable in the future), WiFi, HSPA, microSD (up to 32GB) and a 3.5-inch HVGA display.

This phone is clearly oriented towards the navigation conscious, and as such it comes with a wind-shield mount, doubling up as a charging dock too. The full press release is [...]

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Samsung Galaxy S to land with all 4 major US carriers?

by: James TromansApril 20, 2010

Samsung Galaxy S

After our recent update that the Samsung Galaxy S appears to be landing with T-Mobile, Forbes is suggesting that the Samsung Galaxy S will actually end up on all four major US carrier this year. These include AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile and Verizon. Mark McKechnie, an analyst from Broadpoint.AmTech, believes that the Samsung Galaxy S will hit Verizon “sometime later in the year.”

McKechnie speculates that it will land with the other three major US carriers by July. If you take a look at our most recent post on this topic, you can see that we already thought the device was landing with T-Mobile and AT&T. However, [...]

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Motorola CLIQ XT now available from T-Mobile for $129

by: Kelly HodgkinsMarch 17, 2010

MOTOBLUR lovers that prefer the AWS spectrum for 3G can rejoice as the Motorola CLIQ XT is now available for your buying pleasure. Point your browser to T-Mobile’s website or hoof it to your local store where you can drop $129 with an Even More plan and a two year contract for this Android 1.5 handset. Need more details on the handset before making that commitment? Then check out MobileBurn’s hands-on review in which Todd Haselton covers everything from unboxing, booting, and beyond.

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Motorola CLIQ XT to cost $129.99 with rebate, $329.99 retail

by: Kelly HodgkinsMarch 2, 2010

TmoNews got its hands on an internal T-Mobile document that provides a sneak peek at the pricing for several upcoming T-Mobile handsets, including the Motorola CLIQ XT. According to the leaked document, the CLIQ XT will debut at a reasonable $129.99 after rebate and two year agreement, while the phone sans contract will set you back an acceptable $329.99. Hopefully, these prices will not jump around as we approach the CLIQ XT’s rumored March 10th launch date. For those that can’t wait another eight days, head over to Mobile Burn for a closer look at this upcoming Android handset.

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Android market position summary

by: James TromansFebruary 26, 2010

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Every few months we bring you an update courtesy of Admob mobile advertisement statistics. AdMob is one of the world’s largest mobile advertising networks, offering solutions for discovery, branding and monetization on the mobile web. This puts them in a great position when it comes to providing a cross-section of which devices are requesting the most adverts.

Android has grown month on month now accounting for 39% of smartphone requests compared to 47% for iPhone OS in the United States. Looking worldwide, Android accounts for 21% compared to the iPhone’s 50%. One of the most interesting statistics to come out of [...]

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Nexus One ETF Lowered To $150 from $350

by: James TromansFebruary 9, 2010

If you use a Nexus ONE with T-Mobile, we have some good news for you. Phandroid reports that Google are cutting the Early Termination Fee (ETF) cost from $350 to $150. So what does this mean? If you cancel a contract with T-Mobile when you signed up with the Nexus One, you are contractually obliged to pay the difference between the unsubsidized phone and the discounted one. Until now this was alleged to equate to $350. Quite a price to pay, especially if you don’t care about the phone and would happily give it up.

Google are now offering a couple of things to sweeten the deal. First, if you cancel your T-Mobile contract and also return your phone to Google, then Google [...]

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Motorola Zeppelin to be called CLIQ XT?

by: Chuck ZichFebruary 7, 2010

Earlier reports of the Motorola Zeppelin surfacing are starting to look more and more confirmed as an internal PowerPoint slide by T-Mobile has been leaked that may justify a few of the details we have already touched on.  The slide was leaked on a PPCGeeks forum via MobileTechWorld and specifies a March 10 release date on T-Mobile and possibly an official name of CLIQ XT.  If you read our previous coverage of the device you will remember that March 10 lines up perfectly as does the Cliq-esque nature of the phone with the exception of a physical keyboard.  Lower end devices with sexy looks like this are just what Google needs to expand the Android army at the [...]

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80k Google Nexus Ones sold in January – report

by: Michael OrylFebruary 5, 2010

Google Nexus One

A report from analytics group Flurry Inc. predicts that Google sold roughly 80,000 units of its Nexus One smartphone in the phone’s first month.  That doesn’t compare all that well with the DROID’s roughly 525,000 units in its first month, or the original Apple iPhone’s estimated 600,000 back in 2007.

Of course there are a lot of factors involved in these relatively low numbers.  For starters, you can’t buy a Nexus One in a T-Mobile store.  If you’re not sure if it will suit you, you’ll just have to pull the trigger and order it online, hoping that you’ll like it when it arrives (or [...]

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Sony Ericcson Xperia X10 coming to T-Mobile Germany in April

by: James TromansFebruary 1, 2010

The Unwired have received a press report from T-Mobile stating that the Sony Ericsson Xperia X10 will be available from April in Germany. This is the start of the X10 roll out, which was originally due for release in February.

This Xperia device runs Android 1.6 (aka Donut), but also has a customised user interface on-top similar to what HTC have achieved with their ‘Sense UI’. Unlike any HTC Android device, however, the X10 offers a whopping 4.0″ WVGA (480×854) scratch-resistant capacitive screen. Throw in a 1 Ghz Qualcomm Snapdragon CPU and a 8.1 megapixel camera and you can begin to remember what all the fuss was about.

The version of the X10 which will be [...]

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