Rogers customers looking for a decent but cheap Android handset can get the new LG Eve GW620. The phone comes with a 5Mpix camera, 5-row full QWERTY keyboard, 3" touchscreen display, and offers integration with Facebook and Twitter.
All that for just $49.99 on a 3-year agreement, or $399.99 if you chose the contract-free option.
Continuing the story about the Dell Mini 3iX, the device has been spotted on internal documentation of a Brazilian carrier. The available pictures show the handset itself, as well as its user interface, which to be honest doesn't please the eye.
The said carrier hasn't announced the device yet, neither did the manufacturer.Known specs:
The new Android powered Dell Mini 3iX has been spotted at the FCC site. The handset is the U.S. variant of the China-bound Mini 3i, which unlike the latter features 3G and Wi-Fi support. While we can't tell when it will be released exactly and on which carrier, it's safe to expect it to be launched on AT&T's network sometime in 2010.Other highlights include:
Sony Ericsson has introduced the new Xperia X10, an Android powered handset, which should be released early next year. It will have a new UI that includes a number of custom applications developed by Sony Ericsson (like Timescape and Mediascape), and has the folowing specifications:
Sprint has added another Android phone to its lineup, namely the Samsung Moment. It comes with a slide-out QWERTY keyboard and a large AMOLED screen, and will be yours for $179.99 after $100 rebate after a 2-year contract. We'd suggest you to wait for the DROID to come out.
According to BGR, the launch of the T-Mobile's BlackBerry 9700 might have been pushed back to November 16th. Then it will be available at $199 with a 2-year agreement and $449 for full retail . Other than that, the Android-powered Samsung Behold II will launch on November 18th with a $249 price tag (plus a 2-year contract).
The new LG GW620 isn't as popular as other current Android-based offerings, but the company does everything possible to get it noticed. They've launched the official site for phone complete with fresh new press photos and promo videos. Check them out.
HTC have confirmed that they're workong on an Android 2.0 update for the owners of the HTC Hero handset.Here's what they said:"Yes, we are working on an Eclair update for the HTC Hero. Because Eclair is a significantly enhanced release, it will require some time to update Sense for this new version of the Android OS. Please be patient while we work to provide you with a tightly integrated experience like the one you are already enjoying on your Hero.