Posts Tagged ‘Google Android’

Sprint Unveils Motorola i1 Android Smartphone

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Sprint has unveiled their latest mobile phone which this time is using Google’s Android OS, the Motorola i1.

The smartphone features a 3.1 inch capacitive touchscreen HVGA display that was designed to keep the dust and dirt away. The 5 megapixel camera will capture both video and stills that can be stored on a microSDHC card.

Other features include integrated WiFi, Bluetooth and the phone is also rugged to military 810F standards which means that is should provide protection against shocks, water and dust.

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Android 2.1 for Motorola Droid Delayed

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That’s right Droid users, I’m afraid you’re going to have to put down your handhelds, for now, the promised update isn’t coming on time.

The long-awaited firmware that was to upgrade the Motorola Droid’s Android operating system to the latest 2.1 version, isn’t coming today. And, sadly, it’s probably not coming to available tomorrow either, since the status of the release has changed to TBD (To Be Determined).

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HTC Legend and HTC Desire Coming To Vodafon UK in April

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Both Legend and Desire from HTC have been listed on Vodafone’s online store where the release date is set to April. T-Mobile and Orange will also start shipping the HTC Desire in April in the UK.

The phones are running under Google Android OS and feature WiFi, Bluetooth, HSDPA and 3G connectivity and 5 MP camera. The HTC Desire has a 3.7 inches touchscreen display, while the Legend has a slightly smaller display measuring 3.2 inches.

There is no information about pricing yet but probably Vodafone will open up pre-orders soon.

Via Gadgetvenue