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HTC Evo Design 4G with World Phone Coming Soon to Sprint!

After blockbuster releases like HTC Evo 3D and the Evo 3D, HTC announces another Evo series, this one with SIM card support for world roaming, the HTC Evo Design 4G.

Rather than stuff it with more extra features, the Evo Design 4G has been watered down to minimal necessities with 1.2Ghz single-core processor, 1.3 megapixel front-camera, 5 megapixel back-camera, Android 2.3 Gingerbread, 4″ qHD screen, 3G and 4G WiMax.


Samsung Galaxy Nexus Announced!

You’ve probably heard this already (or at least someone probably told you last night or this morning), Google and Samsung has just announced the 3rd generation Nexus series after the Nexus One and S, the Galaxy Nexus!

The cream of the crop Galaxy Nexus comes with the latest Android 4.0 operating system, which touts cool features like face recognition unlock screen, merged OS with other Android tablet devices (meaning Android 4.0 can be used with phone or tablet), intellectual voice commands, Android Beam NFC-based mobile sharing, 1080P video camcorder with real-time morphing abilities, a whopping 4.65-inch AMOLED screen with 1280×800 pixel resolution (higher than any other smartphone on the planet), and Texas Instruments OMAP 4460 1.2Ghz dual-core processor.


AT&T Galaxy S2 Review!

AT&T’s Galaxy S2 Android smartphone is nearly identical to the “first” international version, which I tried months ago when it first came out except the edges are bit more polished and there are four capacitative menu buttons at the bottom instead of just three.

Best Display on Market – AMOLED 4.3″ Screen

CyanogenMod on HP TouchPad!

I am probably the last person who’s gonna tell you to run Android on HP TouchPad because I think WebOS is so much better already than Android nevermind lack of apps.  But since HP stopped supporting their own tablet line, it might be actually a good idea to run Android on it.  But no, I am not getting one because I don’t want to be stuck with a legacy, never-will-be-updated tablet device.