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AT&T serious about Motorola Backflip -- as in 400,000 serious

OK, so AT&T hasn't officially said it's bringing on the Motorola Backflip (see our hands-on here) as its first Android device, but ... well, it's bringing on the Motorola Backflip as its first Android device. Remember that it's "A Motorola smartphone, powered by MOTOBLUR, with a unique form...

Motorola Backflip Is Official, Probably Headed to AT&T

Motorola just announced the Motorola Backflip at their CES press conference. We've seen this quirky device before, remember, this isn't a slider-type device but rather the keyboard is on the outside and it flips backwards (?) when necessary--hence, the name. It comes with your usual slew of 3G, Wi-...

AT&T Will Launch Five Android Phones In The First Half of 2010

 Hey, AT&T users, you guys are getting Android phones. AT&T finally came to their senses and is finally (!) joining the Android party. We'll forgive them for being late because we're sure AT&T users all around the nation are excited to get their hands on some Android devices, and oh...

AT&T's stance on unlocked phones

A good number of you likely will be buying the Google Nexus One unlocked for use on AT&T's network. Obviously, you'll be missing out on 3G. And some of you have asked about plans and the like. We reached out to AT&T for its official position on unlocked phones, and here's the response:“...

Unsubstantiated rumor says another Nexus One may come with AT&T 3G

 File this under "Don't know ... Could be ... Who knows ... Take with a grain of salt ... Maybe ..." and any other number of qualifiers, but the Boy Genius Report says it's heard that there may be a second unlocked version of the Nexus One, and that it would sport support for AT&T's 3G (that's...

Nexus One slips through the FCC, brings T-Mobile 3G with it

And ... Lookie what's slipped through the FCC. The ol' Nexus One. There's been a big of a tiff over exactly what U.S. 3G bands are on board, but T-Mobile is definitely there at 1700MHz. Still up for debate is whether AT&T's 850MHz and 1900MHz are supported for 3G, though it does look good for...

Motorola Building Module To Get Phones On Both T-Mobile & AT&T 3G

 Though we love T-Mobile around these parts, we have to admit that their funky 3G band (1700 MHz) makes it rather unfriendly for unlockers. You have to be careful about which device you're getting, for use on what network because 3G may not work. Sure, most people don't run into the problem but as...

More Details On Motorola Motus, Headed to AT&T ?

 Remember the Motorola Motus? Sure you do, it was Motorola's next Android device rumored to run Motoblur and have some interesting flip mechanism for the keyboard. More details are coming to light on the Motus and it looks to corroborate our previous report but the most interesting nugget is its...

Motorola Stronger Than Apple in Brand Loyalty

 Um, wait what? According to statistics from YouGov's BrandIndex (who?), Motorola has just passed Apple in brand loyalty among men ages 18 and up. This coincides with the launch of the Motorola DROID so perhaps those terminator inspired ads from Verizon really worked.It's pretty amazing to see...

Will The Sony Ericsson XPERIA X10 Land on AT&T ?

 Maybe AT&T will acknowledge Android after all. According to the specs page of the Sony Ericsson XPERIA X10, the American version of the XPERIA X10 packs 3G bands that fit with AT&T and not T-Mobile. To quote:UMTS HSPA 800/850/1900 only available for phones sold in Americas (except Brazil)...

Dell Streak Android MID Coming to AT&T in 2010 ?

We've seen the Dell 'Streak' Android MID before. It's a 5-inch Android-powered MID that packs a 800x480 capacitive touchscreen, 3G, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, 5 megapixel camera with dual-LED flash and runs Android 2.0. Why is it news again? Because there are reports floating around that point the Dell...

Hey AT&T Users: Buy Unlocked GSM Droid from Telus, Use On AT&T

 BGR has just independently confirmed what we already knew, that the GSM version of the Motorola DROID, the Motorola Milestone, will be available on Telus in Canada. BGR points to the vague timeframe of "early 2010" but that day can't come soon enough. The Motorola Milestone packs multitouch out of...

Will AT&T Launch the HTC Hero in 2010 ?

 The HTC Hero came to the US with a brand new hardware design and a CDMA carrier. Many were disappointed in the design change considering how daring and cutting edge the European GSM HTC Hero was. But could there be a chance that we'll see the original version of the Hero in the US?Phonearena...

AT&T Denied Motorola Android Phones

 Though Android users don't have the same complaints with AT&T as iPhone users, that may change after the report of AT&T denying Motorola Android phones on their network comes out. By denying Motorola Android devices, the Death Star network is inhibiting their customers from enjoying all...

Is the HTC Lancaster for AT&T Canceled ?

 Sigh. Engadget Mobile is saying that they've heard some "pretty believable" information indicating that the HTC Lancaster, originally expected to be AT&T's first Android Phone, has been canceled. As in it'll no longer be released. Shelved. Dead. Bye Bye.Obviously this is bad news for any AT...

Motorola Sholes Will Run Eclair, GSM Version To Be Offered ?

 The Motorola Sholes is a hot topic here at Android Central HQ partly because of our excitement for a Moto Android device and mostly because of the disappointment that is the Sholes' teenage sister, the Morrison. We've been excited since we first saw the Sholes hardware and got even more excited...

HTC Fiesta is an Android Phone Headed for AT&T?

 There's not much to see here but some some internal information on the HTC Fiesta, a device reported to run Android, have leaked. The specs for this HTC 'Fiesta' are hardly worthy of a party:QVGA 240x320 displayNumeric keyboard (presumably no physical QWERTY)We don't expect as big a push for the...

HTC Hero Passes FCC, Headed for AT&T or Rogers?

 We love the FCC around these parts, they always manage to leak a nugget or two when devices pass through their hands and if we're really lucky, a horribly composed picture. So though we don't have any photos of the HTC Hero that went through the FCC we do have an interesting nugget to pass on: the...

HTC Lancaster is the First Android Device for AT&T

 Holy cow. Android is finally coming to AT&T. Score one for Android, score two for AT&T, and score three for AT&T's customers. They'll finally get to take Android out for a spin (in a very nice looking package, no less)! Engadget got their hands on an AT&T slide that shows the HTC...

AT&T CEO Talks About Android

Currently, AT&T is conspicuously missing in the Open Handset Alliance which is particularly damaging considering how large the AT&T network is. Android is reaching less customers because of T-Mobile's considerably smaller footprint. In an interview with Engadget Mobile, AT&T Mobility...

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