Officially an exclusive feature of the Motorola DROID, the Google Navigation service has been enabled on the first Android device, the T-Mobile G1. All thanks to XDA development community. Hopefully they'll release a working build for the masses in the near future.
Motorola is preparing an all-touchscreen device marked as MT710 to be released in China Mobile. It comes with a 3.7" WVGA display, 3G and TD-SCDMA network support, and runs OPhone OS (custom Android version), but other than that we have no other details about it. Stay tuned for more info…
LG has announced that they are prepping a Snapdragon-powered Android handset for the Korean market, which should be released sometime in Q2 2010. They said the device will be "more mature" than the GW620 Eve, whatever that means, but apart from that we have no info on its specs, pricing and the possible availability in other markets. Stay tuned.
Garmin has announced their plans on releasing an Android-based handset in 2010 at an event where the company reported their financial results for the Q3 2009 last week. They didn't reveal any info on the phone's features or pricing, so that's all we know for now. Stay tuned for more details.
Yes, that's right, Adobe's Photoshop Mobile is now available through the Android Market and seems to work with all of the existing models, T-Mobile's G1 included.Check out the official demo video below:
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: