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3 years ago

Another LG Optimus 3D video breaks cover before MWC

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The LG Optimus 3D might as well have been officially announced and released by now. We know the device is set to arrive at Mobile World Congress. Heck, LG even sent out their press release confirming it. We've seen leaked images and official videos hyping it. We really are just waiting for the device to get the official stamp of approval. With that in mind, another video has now popped up online teasing us with all the wonders of 3D. You can hit the break to check it out, it's only short but you'll see where LG is going here. It's no longer just an idea. [Pocket-lint]

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3 years ago

Leave Kyocera Alone; XOOM $799...Ouch! [from the forums]

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 Lots of action happening in the forums due to the events, hop on in there and discuss won't you?

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3 years ago

Samsung Galaxy Indulge arrives on MetroPCS this week for $399

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We've been onto MetroPCS' plans for a new 4G LTE phone for a while now and it appears it'll be arriving to customers shortly. The previously outed Samsung Forte is now the Samsung Galaxy Indulge. Android 2.2 is loaded on the horizontal, Swype-enabled QWERTY and it is powered by a 1GHz Hummingbird processor and 3MP camera. Listed at $399.99 with no contract this could be a great device for MetroPCS when it hits later this week. Full presser's after the break. [MetroPCS]

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3 years ago

Will Honeycomb on the Nook Color affect Xoom sales?

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You really have to wonder how closely Motorola has been watching the extravaganza that the development community has been having with the Nook Color.  Dollars will undoubtedly flow towards the soon-to-be-released Xoom, but will they flow just a little bit less now that Honeycomb can be installed on a $250 "e-reader?"

Do you think the recipients of the latest Google flagship device deal are squirming just a little bit?

A commercial for the Xoom ran during the Super Bowl, hailing it as "the fastest tablet running Android 3.0 'Honeycomb.'"  But wasn't it just recently being described as "the first tablet to run Android 3.0 Honeycomb?"  You have to wonder . . .

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3 years ago

HTC Wildfire 2 spotted in promotional video?

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Well, what do we have here? The week before Mobile World Congress, HTC has uploaded a promotional video to their YouTube channel, which features a phone currently not on the market. 

The phone's form factor is strikingly similar to that of the popular HTC Wildfire, which suggests this could be the second version in the line. The only physical difference we can see from the original is the absence of the optical trackpad. 

Our answers will all be answered next week in Barcelona as HTC is set to take the stage and introduce some new devices. In the meantime, we can bask in the glory of rumors and predictions. What do you think of the look of this device? Is the exclusion of the optical trackpad a good idea? Check out the video after the break. [YouTube]

Thanks @brodduncan!

To discuss further, check out our Rumored Devices Forum

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3 years ago

More details on Sprint Kyocera Echo price

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Here's a little more info on the pricing situation for the Sprint Kyocera Echo: The $199 price point (after contract and $100 rebate) already has been announced. And if you're looking to get one off contract, it'll run you $449, or $225 a screen. If you want a one-year contract, you'll pony up about $275 after rebate. Good to know, indeed. Thanks, L!

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3 years ago

HTC teasing 'big things' next week at Mobile World Congress

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If you've wandered by HTC's Facebook page (or Twitter feed) recently, you've likely stumbled across the teaser you see above. No, it's not for the Thunderbolt. (Or the Merge. Quit asking!) But the "big things" line certainly makes us wonder if it's going to be tablet time in Barcelona one week from today. We'll be there to find out, of course.

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3 years ago

Rumor puts official Froyo update for the Sprint Epic 4G on Feb. 21

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Could this finally be the official Froyo build for Sprint's Epic 4G?  A source tells us yes, and to expect it on Feb. 21.  We can't share everything we've heard, but apparently some folks from Samsung are sporting build EA17, and it's ready to go.  And no, we can't get a leak -- trust me, I tried :)

The whole Froyo debacle for US Galaxy S phones seems to be coming to an end, and while it made for a lot of news, we will be glad to see it put to rest.  If it happens that is.  All we can do is wait and see, and hope the Feb 21 date doesn't turn out like the Dec. 26 date from last year did.  We were all told it would be coming "ASAP" a few weeks back, so our fingers are crossed.  Thanks to our anonymous tipster!

(Oh, and for you folks on the Fascinate? You might wanna keep your calendars clear on or about Feb. 22. Just sayin'.)

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3 years ago

HTC Droid Eris forever! CM7 port released

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Put those shovels away -- the Droid Eris is still alive and kicking, and now a  CyanogenMod 7 port is available.  The Eris isn't on the CM 7 "officially supported" list, and HTC and Verizon forgot about this sweet little phone long ago, but workshed over at XDA isn't about to let that stop him from squeezing Gingerbread onto the phone, CM style.  It was built from CM7 sources, and the latest version (as of this writing) was synced with the CyanogenMod tree on Feb. 7.  The changes and full kernel source are available, too.  For anyone thinking about diving in and developing a ROM, this is how it's done.

It's not 100 percent just yet, but from what I'm reading, it good enough to run daily.  Heck, if I was rocking the Eris I'd be using it.  Give it a try and breathe some new life into your Droid Eris.  [XDA-Developers] Thanks for the tip, Dustin!

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3 years ago

Sprint Kyocera Echo first impressions

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Woe is the smartphone carrier and manufacturer that tries something new, apparently. That much was apparent from the comments before, during and after Sprint's unveiling of the Kyocera Echo dual-screen smartphone at a special event in the Edison Ballroom in New York City. You folks out there certainly made your feelings known.

But we've actually had some time with the Echo. And it's certainly not as far to one end of the spectrum as you might believe. After the break, we get into our initial impressions of the Sprint Kyocera Echo and its crazy two-screen self. Read on!

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