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Full Specs and Images for Sprint Epic 4G Touch Surface Hours Before Galaxy S II Event

We’ve gone from months and weeks down to days and, now, hours.  Samsung is in New York this evening, ready to pull the curtain back on the U.S. versions of the Galaxy S II.  Fortunately for us, someone has already started peeking behind the curtain.  The full list of hardware and software specs has leaked online today for Sprint’s iteration, the Epic 4G Touch.  Not only that, but we’ve  [Read More…]

Uncrating the Droid Bionic Droid Does code

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The Motorola Droid Bionic. Perhaps you’ve heard of it. And perhaps you’ve heard of the little — or not so little — Droid Does campaign that’s just getting going in earnest. We were sent a case (along with BGR, Boing Boing and Joystiq) containing … well, containing a code to help unlock the Droid Does video … and containing something else.

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So,  [Read More…]

Review: Classic Notes for Android

If you haven’t heard of Classic Notes by Fluffy Delusions, you’re definitely missing out. Classic Notes is the most functional, usable, versatile app I’ve ever come across, and that’s saying something. It allows the user to take notes and make to-do lists, as well as a host of other things. 

These include:

Dictionary Conversions  [Read More…]

Sprint’s confirms Samsung Galaxy S II as Epic 4G Touch

The Samsung Galaxy S II will make its way to Sprint soon as the Epic 4G Touch. The follow-up to Sprint’s original Galaxy S will continue the trend of a powerful phone with excellent specs, it will do so without the use of a slide-out QWERTY keyboard.

The Epic 4G Touch is an all touchscreen phone (duh) with a 4.5 inch Super AMOLED Plus  [Read More…]

Galaxy S II Announced for Sprint, T-Mobile, and AT&T

The wait is over and the Galaxy S II has been finally announced for U.S carriers.  Sprint will be the first provider to offer the device to its customers, making it available for $ 199 on September 16th.  AT&T and T-Mobile have their own versions coming however neither carrier is ready to commit to a date or price.  There are some specs that are universal across the three  [Read More…]

Huawei Honor Spied, Could be European Flagship Model

Huawei might not be a major player in the Android industry just yet but that won’t stop them from trying.  The Chinese handset maker routinely releases entry-level and mid-range devices that have a broad market appeal but typically do not put out anything in the upper echelon.  That looks to be changing now as a new model, the Honor, has been spotted in the wilds bearing some high-end hardware.

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Leaked document reveals souped-up HTC Sensation Beats Limited Edition

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If you already own the HTC Sensation, you may not want to read the rest of this post. Our good friend Scott from AndroidGuys has come across a leaked document which shows off details of a new HTC Sensation Limited Edition. The new phone will be equipped with an upgraded 1.5 GHz dual-core Qualcomm 8260 processor, 4GB of internal storage and very respectable 1,730mAh battery. In addition to the nice spec bump,  [Read More…]

Video: Closer look at Sony Tablet S and Tablet P – European release announced

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It may have taken Sony a while, but its tablets are definitely the most interesting-looking Honeycomb devices. Not only is Sony now fully jumping onto the Android bandwagon, but the electronics giant is also not afraid of taking some risks. Offering some interesting form-factors, Sony plans to stand out from the crowd by bringing a wedge-shaped (folded magazine-inspired) tablet, as well as a dual-screen one that folds open.

These Honeycomb devices  [Read More…]

Nordisk Releases Free Version of Marbians

Nordisk Film Games Publishing has released a free version of their popular retro, marble-themed puzzler, The Marbians. If you were on the fence, debating whether or not to drop a measly dollar (really?) for the full 72-level version, this is exactly what you need. These 16 levels can be downloaded at no cost for any device running Android 2.0 and above. It’s also worth noting that the  [Read More…]