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Samsung Epic 4G Touch Now Available For Pre-order From Wirefly for $150

Wednesday, September 7, 2011

The Samsung Epic 4G Touch on Sprint is now available for pre-order from Wirefly for only $150 with a new 2-year agreement. That beats Sprint’s price by $50 and to top it all off, you even get free shipping. My mind is boggled at how great of a deal this. Top of line Android technology for a great price. If you like saving money, you better hurry because there’s no telling how long this will last.

source:Android Phone

Sony Ericsson Xperia Arc S Launching September 26th for £349.99 inc. VAT

Sony Ericsson has chosen to quickly debut the Xperia Arc S as it’s not that huge of a step up over the original, so we weren’t surprised to see that it would be available in just a few short weeks for UK users. Clove UK is offering the device starting September 26th for £349.99 inc. VAT. Quite a reasonable price for what we’re getting here.

We’ve got a 4.2 inch display, an 8.1 megapixel HD camera, a 1.4GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon (single-core) processor, 512MB of RAM, 1GB of internal storage and more. Software is Android 2.3.4 with Sony Ericsson’s very solid Timescape UI on top. Clove has it up for preorder in Pure White and Midnight Blue.

source:Android Phone

Samsung Omnia 7 and HTC 7 Mozart Mango builds leaked

It goes without saying that leaks are more or less a given these days, and it does seem to look as though loose lips are ever present in the digital environment. After all, how many new products are released without anyone catching wind of it through unofficial channels a couple of decades ago? That happened very rarely, but these days, if a leak does not happen, we would deem it strange – and cry “Vaporware!” for some.

Well, as the official Windows Phone 7.5 Mango update is about to be officially released, the number of people who get their hands on the Mango builds seem to increase each day. In fact, the latest two handsets that have its Mango builds leaked would be for the HTC 7 Mozart and Samsung Omnia 7.

The Mozart leak is build 7720.68 according to the good people over at XDA, while and the Omnia 7 is an August build, being a minor update over previous versions. According to Mobiletechworld, this might "not be worth the effort (remember this is just an engineering firmware with the RTM OS code that we already have). The firmware version seems to be a tiny jump from the KC1 firmware (2424.11.3.1 vs 2424.11.8.2) and the Radio went from 2424.11.2.2 to 2424.11.7.2."

I would say leave the leaked versions alone if you do not want to take the risk of bricking your hardware for the sake of curiosity.


Samsung Galaxy Note and SE Xperia Arc S can be pre-ordered in the UK

Samsung Galaxy Note and Sony Ericsson Xperia Arc S (two of the new Android Gingerbread devices announced last week) can be pre-ordered now in the UK thanks to Clove.

The Xperia Arc S – which bests the original Arc with a 1.4GHz processor and a 3D-capable camera – costs £349.99 (about €400), and should become available starting September 26. Clove lest customers get the Xperia Arc S in either midnight blue, or pure white.

As for the Samsung Galaxy Note, its price is not yet confirmed, but Clove shows a “speculative price” of £600 (including VAT). You can pre-order the new Galaxy here, although it's not clear when you're going to receive it.

source:Unwired View

DROID 2 Global Gingerbread Update Now Rolling Out

No, Motorola didn’t forget about you DROID 2 Global users who are still on Froyo. They have announced that the Android 2.3 upgrade for the phone is now available and is rolling out in phases (meaning don’t go acting all silly if you aren’t able to pull it down yet). Menu > Settings >  About Phone  > System Update will get you started. Let us know how the update treats you once you get it installed. [Motorola, Thanks Tim!]

source:Android Phone

The Desire HD won’t be the only handset getting a bit of pre-release HTC Sense 3.5 love. A team is already hard at work tacking together a port of the upcoming Sense update for Verizon’s Droid Incredible. While no test build is publicly available, the port is progressing nicely. The small crew responsible has already dispelled a good amount of initial bugs. It isn’t clear when a new ROM will be available for Droid Incredible owners, but it’s a safe bet it will be well before HTC releases the first official Sense 3.5 device, rumored to be the upcoming HTC Bliss for Verizon.

source:Android Phone

HTC Titan Smartphone

With the smartphone market getting more and more competitive, makers try to outdo each other in order to get some attention from the consumers. And in the arena of new Windows Phone 7 smartphones, HTC Titan is one of the newcomers out to make such phones more interesting. This new smartphone aims to stand out among the new and upcoming Windows Phone smartphones being introduced in the market.

The new HTC Titan smartphone is a Windows Phone that is touted to have the largest screen to date. It sports a 4.7″ touchscreen display and a very slim 9.9mm body. It comes with a 1.5 GHz processor, 512 RAM and up to 16GB of total storage space. The phone also comes with an 8MP camera with dual LED flash that can also record video in 720p HD resolution. It also comes with a 1.3MP front facing camera.

The new HTC Titan runs on the Windows Phone 7 OS. It also comes in with Microsoft Office Mobile, essential applications for documents. Other features also include WiFi and Bluetoooth connectivity, Gyro Sensor, Proximity Sensor, GPS and a Digital Compass. The HTC Titan Smartphone is expected to come out sometime in October. There's no word yet on its pricing.


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