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3 years ago

Evo 4G accessory review: Seidio Innotraveler car kit

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We all love using Google Maps' turn-by-turn navigation on our Android phones, but it's so much better with the right car dock.  Enter the Seidio Innotraveler car kit for the Evo 4G. The dock is easy to use, infinitely adjustable, and is designed to work with two of Seidio's other very popular accessories -- the Seidio Innocase II, and the 3500 mAh extended battery.

The dock comes with a mini USB DC car adapter, and has a separate DC out for charging other accessories while driving.  It's very well built, has a huge suction cup, and will keep your Evo 4G safe and at your fingertips.  You can get the Seidio Innotraveler car kit in the Android Central store for $49.95.  Check out the features, and the pictures after the break. 

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3 years ago

White Evo 4G available everywhere

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The white Evo 4G, which has previously been a Best Buy exclusive, is now available on Sprint's website and at retail locations and other "national retail partners." The phone will cost the same as its black-backed brother at $199 after a $100 mail-in rebate under a new or upgrade two-year contract. Anyone pumped? [Sprint]

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3 years ago

Motorola Droid Pro benchmarks [video]

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Motorola Droid Pro benchmarks? We got 'em. And when you take a 1GHz processor and strap it to a 3.1-inch touchscreen with a mid-level resolution of 320x480, the results are going to be darned impressive.

That's not to say that benchmarks are everything, of course. Unless all you do is sit around naked in a bean bag chair eating Cheetos* and running Quadrant, well, speed ain't nothing but a number.

But it runs the included Need for Speed: Shift without blinking. And, yes, Angry Birds is just fine, even on the smallish screen. If you want the numbers pr0n, check out the video after the break.

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3 years ago

T-Mobile Garminfone 2.1 update available for download (fwiw)

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We haven't heard much about the T-Mobile Garminfone since its launch back in June, but word has come that the Android 2.1 update for the phone has been released into the wild. No OTA to be found here, though, as users will have to manually download the update file and transfer it over to the phone. Full instructions and a link to the download location can be found past the link for those interested. Be sure to sound off in the Android Central Forums with your impressions of the update! [T-Mobile Forums] Thanks to Charlie for the tip!

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3 years ago

Froyo hitting HTC Legends on Vodafone

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While most people are anxious and can't wait for Gingerbread, some people are just getting Froyo now. HTC's Facebook Fan Page is all a buzz -- folks in the Europe are confirming that the HTC Legend on Vodafone is finally getting Froyo. If you're overseas, and haven't receieved a notification yet -- be patient, you'll get it soon. [Facebook via Pocket-lintThanks, Sven S!

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3 years ago

Verizon announces the LG Vortex

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Verizon this morning announced the LG Vortex -- a mid-level Android smartphone available online and in stores on Nov. 18. The Android 2.2 device will sell for $79.99 after contract and $100 rebate. It sports a 3.2-inch touchscreen at the low, low resolution of 320x240, a 3.2-megapixel camera with autofocus, will serve as a Wifi hotspot and has Bing Search and Bing Maps in lieu of the usual Google Products. It'll come in two colors -- black or violet. Press release is after the break.

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3 years ago

Sprint flips the switch -- 4G now available in Sacramento

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Add another one up on the board, Sprint 4G is now in 62 cities across the U.S. Sprint announced today that the capital of Califonia, Sacramento, can now enjoy the wonders of 4G speeds. So if you live in the Sacramento area and you own a Epic 4G or EVO 4G, be sure to hit that 4G toggle button.

If your city isn't one of the 62 yet, don't feel sad. Sprint has also said that they are planning to bring WiMAX to Los Angeles, San Francisco, Miami, Denver and Washington, D.C. by the end of the year. Now where's that Speed Test app, hmm? [Sprint]

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3 years ago

T-Mobile G2 is overclocked past 100%; Doc Brown approves

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The T-Mobile G2 has been overclocked to an astonishing 1.9 GHz.  Read it slowly, it's not a typo -- I read it two or three times myself to be sure of what I was seeing.  Now to be clear, if you are a normal, well-balanced person who likes your G2 and uses it every day you probably won't want to do this one.  On the other hand, if you're like us, and you smile when the magic blue smoke comes out the back of a phone (then cry when you have to tell your wife what you did), hit the source link and give it a try.  Anyone still think the G2's CPU is slow?

And for the love of all things holy, share some screenshots in the forums.  [XDA-Developers via Android Police]

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3 years ago

And we shall call him ... Lloyd

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World, meet Lloyd. Lloyd, meet the world. After a long, long search -- and hundreds of great entries from you fine folks, our new mascot has a name. And in a random act of randomness (and redundancy) not seen since the Great Random Access Act of 1978, we actually had two forum members suggest the name at the exact same time. So to dgalanter and EvoPaul30, we say congratulations, and we've got some freebies on the way.

And to everyone else, give Lloyd a rousing hello. You'll be seeing a lot more of him in due time. (And you can download those kick-arse wallpapers here.)

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