If you own a Samsung Galaxy Android device, there's a good chance you're expecting an update to the second-most-recent release of Android, version 2.2, aka Froyo. It has not arrived! A purported insider explains why. Short version: Money. Updated.
That weird little Android 2.1-running, Motoblur-skinned slider that popped up in April? It's showing its square self off again in a few more leaked shots, this time with a possible codename and a likely carrier: Motorola Chindi and AT&T.
Dipped in clarified cyborg testosterone as it comes off the assembly line, the Droid X is sci-fi machismo congealed into a phone. Yet it's gelded by steroidal software—a fussy, awkward android with acne the size of asteroids.
There definitely won't be an official Android version of HTC's WinMo-running HD2, but the chaps at HTC Linux have finally released an Android 2.1 build for the WinMo-running largescreen, with a fully-working touchscreen.
A leaked T-Mobile slide is showing off the Motorola Charm, a square-ish Android device running Motoblur with a physical keyboard.
For all those of you who read Kat's glowing review of the U.K.-only HTC Desire and lamented the fact that you couldn't get your American paws on one, rejoice! The HTC Desire is coming to America starting this August through "select regional operators." More details to come, but rest assured, it'll have the 1GHz…
Straight out of the HTC mouthpiece:
We've seen leaked pics and specs for HTC's latest touchscreen Android phone, but AT&T just made it official.
It appears some people are still using Plurk, that Twitter rival from a couple of years ago. HTC is one of them, with their Taiwanese corporate account confirming that GSM HTC Heros will be getting the Android 2.1 update today. This comes after HTC pushed the update out to CDMA Heros the other week, with Sprint…
Time to get excited about Acer's phone offerings. The Stream will be running Android 2.1 when it goes on sale, though it'll also include a "brand new" UI, said to be a "stunningly fluid 3D" skin.
Yesterday we brought the good news to Hero owners that Sprint was pushing out the Android 2.1 firmware update—but before you press yes on that update, make sure you back up all your data.
Sprint has gifted its HTC Hero owners the long-awaited Android 2.1 update, seven months after the first screenshots of a Hero running the faster, snazzier version showed up.
Droid Eris owners, rejoice! If you haven't already updated your phone to Android 2.1 via that firmware leak, you'll be getting the official upgrade soon. Verizon's begun pushing 2.1 to Eris phones, with some lucky few having already gotten the bump and the rest of you seeing it over the next several days. Verizon's…