Motorola announced the DEFY MINI, rugged Android phone earlier this month. Clove UK has announced that it is available for pre-order and would ship at the end of February or early March. The DEFY MINI is Dustproof and water-resistant and has 3.2-inch
Samsung updated the Galaxy Pro B7510 to Gingerbread version 2.3.6. Samsung Galaxy Pro With Gingerbread 2.3.6 Walkthrough: [youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LNKvZtYFN14&feature=player_embedded[/youtube] Since the developers at samsung are already ignoring the samsung pro b7510 and they silently gave the gingerbread update available only to europe users.
Planning to buy a Samsung Nexus S, but can’t find it anywhere in the market? The Samsung Nexus S i9023 is now available from the Vodafone Stores across India. The Samsung Nexus S runs on Android 2.3 (Gingerbread) but you can update
Lots of people, us included, are still wondering what could have been if Nokia had gone for Android rather than WP7 as their main platform. Well thanks to a leaked prototype today we have the chance to get a glimpse of that
With the latest news about next smartphone of Sony Ericsson, there are three more devices in the line. The three phones are Nozomi (LT26), Nypon (LT22) and Kumquat (ST25). However there is no official information from the company but we can manage to share
Not that there was any doubt as to what LG planned to announce at their Thursday night launch event, but in case one or two of you simply couldn’t hold out any longer, AT&T removed the suspense by announcing the LG Nitro HD handset, which
LG and T-Mobile has announced an unique phone, LG DoublePlay with dual touch screen displays and split QWERTY keyboard. The phone has 3.5-inch main display and 2.0-inch sub display as well as a full slide-out split QWERTY keyboard and Swype. This would
The Galaxy Y is probably the first step on a journey that may well end at the latest generation of Galaxy S available. It packs enough to provide the full smartphone experience but was put together with a low budget in mind.
The Android fans are gonna like this. Up until now, Android has been leading a double life – with one versi0n for phones, and another version for tablets. Compare this with iOS who have been recently giving concurrent software updates with iOS