Remember that Huawei Ideos that the Wall Street Journal seemed to think was headed to T-mobile? The good folks over at TmoNews got their hands on some internal docs that show it as the T-Mobile Comet, coming on Nov 3. Before you turn away at the thought of another cheap, entry level Android handset, consider this -- the Ideos ships with Froyo on board. Stock, beautiful vanilla Android 2.2.
No word on final specs or pricing, but expect them both to be low. And that's OK. To me, a low spec "beginner" phone is just fine as long as the manufacturer takes the time to make it work well and uses the latest version of the operating system they can get their hands on. I'm looking forward to playing with this one. [TmoNews]
Last year, we called the Garmin Venu 2 a fantastic device that cost far too much for what it offered. Now, Garmin has released a new version with mostly the same specs but some small upgrades for $50 more. Despite that, the Venu 2 Plus may be worth the cost for you!
Wi-Fi 6E routers are making their way onto the market, and Android is the first platform to embrace the technology, with several high-end devices already offering full support. Another perk to consider: Wi-Fi 6E uses newly available 6GHz spectrum to improve the speed and capacity of Wi-FI 6. Here's our list of Android phones that support Wi-Fi 6E!