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3 years ago

The Meizu M9 actually sounds awesome

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Meizu, makers of the iPhone clone M8, is supposedly working on an awesomely spec'd device called, you guessed it, the M9. The Meizu M9 is said to have a 1GHz processor, 3.6-inch 720x480 screen, 512MB RAM, 5-megapixel camera, HDMI 1.3 out, and more. That sounds wonderful and all but the real clincher is that it's being rumored to run Android 2.1. The M9 is expected to be available on August 18 for $350 in China. If the Meizu M9 really comes with these rumored specs, could one of the best Android phones be available only in...China? [engadget]

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3 years ago

What might HTC be bringing to AT&T?

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When you think of Android, the two main companies for the hardware that come to mind are Motorola and HTC. Well, those of you on AT&T that have been anxiously checking for upcoming Android devices know that the HTC selection is rather well, nonexistent, at least officially. AT&T is now showing an HTC logo in its Android section, so what does this mean for us? Could we see some more HTC devices coming to AT&T in the coming months? Possibly the Legend, which just passed the FCC with AT&T's 3G bands? Be sure to check the site for details, and sign up for email updates on these! [via AT&T]

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3 years ago

New Samsung Acclaim Android phone coming, exclusively for U.S. Cellular

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Check it out, Android lovers; U.S. Cellular has a new device joining its ranks this July.  There already has been talk of the HTC Desire appearing on their network, and now it has announced the arrival of the Samsung Acclaim (R880).  The Acclaim is going to be exclusive to the regional carrier and is reportedly very similar to its Sprint cousin – the Moment. Although considered a "mid-level" Android phone, the fact that its running Android 2.1 and has a QWERTY keyboard is definitely a big plus, and should be well received into U.S. Cellular's arsenal. [Facebook via Android And Me]

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3 years ago

This AndroWinMoApple guitar shreds

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It’s not every day that you see someone playing a guitar made out of cell phones.  However, today a music sequence developer thought it would be a good idea to write apps for Android, Windows Mobile, and the iPhone, and then tape all the three different devices on a banjo and video tape himself playing "Cracklin Rosie." All three major cell phone platforms (BlackBerry, Nokia and Palm fans start your rant engines) synchronized in a perfect musical balance of harmony: We know it sounds outrageous, but the results are pretty darn cool.  Be sure to check it out for yourself after the break.

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3 years ago

Keep your charge on -- how to improve battery life on your Android phone

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Howdy!  It's me again, and this week we're gonna talk about something near and dear to all of us -- battery life.  It's always at the tip of everyone's tongue (especially as new phones are released), and all the information out there is enough to make a person lose his or her mind.  Hopefully together we can work through it all, separate the fact from the fiction, and figure out how to keep everything out of the red.

Prepare your beverages, smoke 'em if you got 'em, and follow the jump so we can figure this out together.

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3 years ago

Why look at that, Android runs on the iPhone 3G, too

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Not to be left out in all the fun that its little brother is having, the iPhone 3G is joining the Android party, too. David Wang has ported Android to the iPhone 3G (not the current 3GS, mind you) and well, it boots and loads Android all right. The Android iPhone 3G port is a little rougher than the original port but who really cares, these hacks are awesome! Supposedly, we'll find out how to do this ourselves in a couple of days. True freedom is here iPhone 3G owners! [pcworld]

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3 years ago

T-Mobile myTouch Slide gets unboxed

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For many reasons, be it environmental, minimalist, etc., phone boxes have become bland and basic. Thankfully, it looks like T-Mobile has eschewed those type of simple boxes for packaging that is downright cool--the myTouch Slide is housed in a nicely designed, silver briefcase. 

Obviously, what's inside the box counts more than the box itself but it's clear that if this is the retail packaging for the myTouch Slide, that T-Mobile cares very much about the device. In non-box news, the guys at the Droid Sector have unboxed the myTouch Slide and played around with it, concluding that it's very fast. We'll judge for ourselves when we review it but in the meantime hit the jump for some pictures of the myTouch Slide!

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3 years ago

HTC Evo 4G clears the FCC

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With the slew of disappointing Android 2.1 update news today, here's something that'll get you excited for the weekend: the HTC Evo 4G just cleared the FCC. There's not much in details, but the WiMax is all there and it's using the 2500MHz band. We're going to just pretend and hope that clearing the FCC means the Evo 4G will soon be ready to rock and roll. If you need to remind yourself on how awesome the Evo 4G is, be sure to check out our hands on. [engadget]

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3 years ago

Android Central Podcast Episode 11

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Audio-only stream below

Phil and Mickey are back to talk about some new Android hardware, a slew of new apps, announce the Nexus One contest winners and otherwise kick a bunch of Android butt.

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