Thursday, January 7, 2010

Android Phones

Nexus One is here
Posted on: January 5, 2010 / Category: Android News

We knew and expected this day for almost a month now: the Nexus One is finally available. We won't bother you with much details now, which seems to be the fashion amongst tech blogs, that have multiple posts covering the release of the Nexus. Instead we'll point you to the official site where you can see the specks, pictures and even buy the phone if you want:

Xperia X10 VS Motorola DROID
Posted on: December 16, 2009 / Category: Sony Ericsson Android Phones

This is a battle of giants, basically the best two Android phones face eachother (at least until the Nexus One crashes the party). I bet when Xperia X10 will come out it will be hard to chose between it and the Motorola DROID that's why a good comparisson is needed.

HTC Legend
Posted on: December 14, 2009 / Category: HTC Android Phones

It's not hard from the picture above that the Legend is actually the HTC Hero 2. Some big improvements expect the Hero fans, like metalic frame, AMOLED display, optical mouse, LED flash and a 600MHz processor.

Motorola Titanium
Posted on: December 14, 2009 / Category: Motorola Android Phones

Another Motorola Android phone emerges: the Zeppelin we saw in the leaked roadmap a while ago is heading for China Mobile, under the name XT800, at least initially. That's interesting but we are more interested if it comes to US or Worldwide. And it looks it will.

Nexus One Pictures
Posted on: December 14, 2009 / Category: HTC Android Phones

The folks at Engadget managed to get hold of some new, more detailed pictures of the so called "Google Phone" better known as Nexus One. Beside the pictures we have some more informations on the phone.

HTC Nexus One
Posted on: December 13, 2009 / Category: HTC Android Phones

If you followed the Android news lately you might have noticed rumors of an actual Google Phone, developed by HTC for Google, network unlocked, large screen and high specs. The phone was distributed yesterday to Google employees for intensive testing and many shared the news on Twitter.

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