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Motorola Fire

Motorola pitches Qwerty smartphone at FaceTweeters

Here's the Motorola Fire, the "budget-friendly" Android 2.3 smartphone the company will be bringing to Blighty in the coming months. Motorola Fire The pic tells you most of what else you need to know about the handset, but it doesn't reveal the 3Mp camera, 802.11n Wi-Fi connectivity, assisted GPS pick-up, and dual-band HSDPA …
Hard Reg, 24 Aug 2011
Motorola Defy

Motorola beefs up rugged Android smartphone

Despite obvious distraction in the form of a rather large Google takeover yesterday, Motorola still found time to announce a Defy refresh, upping the speed of the rugged smartphone by 25 per cent. The Motorola Defy+ now packs a 1GHz processor, which not only puts it 200MHz ahead of its predecessor, but also keeps one foot in …
Caleb Cox, 16 Aug 2011
Sony Ericsson Xperia X10

Sony Ericsson signals Xperia X10 Gingerbread update

Sony Ericsson has posted Android 2.3 Gingerbread for last year's Xperia X10 smartphone. The phone maker promised the much sought after upgrade back in March, saying the software would arrive "late Q2/early Q3". Later, it revised that timeframe to early August. But we're still in late July, and here's Gingerbread. Sony …
Hard Reg, 27 Jul 2011
LG Optimus Pro

BlackBerry-style LG Android phone outed

Why does slapping a BlackBerry-style micro Qwerty keyboard make a smartphone professional? It doesn't, but vendors continue to pitch handsets that way, the latest being LG. To whit, the Optimus Pro, a standard Qwerty canbybar phone, all done up in black and running Android 2.3 Gingerbread. The CPU is clocked at 800MHz, and the …
Hard Reg, 12 Jul 2011
LG Optimus 2X

LG delays Optimus 2X Gingerbread update for Brits

LG has confirmed that British owners of of its Optimus 2X smartphone will have to wait until September for its promised Android 2.3 Gingerbread update. The update was expected in the "mid June or July" timeframe, according to LG UK's Facebook page. However, in response to a question about the Gingerbread release, the company …
Tony Smith, 24 Jun 2011

HTC U-turns over Desire Android 2.3 update

HTC has hastily backtracked on yesterday's announcement that Desire owners won't get Gingerbread, announcing today that the Android 2.3 update will go ahead after all. Posting on its Facecrack page, the Taiwanese mobile giant said simply: "Contrary to what we said earlier, we are going to bring Gingerbread to HTC Desire." HTC …
Caleb Cox, 15 Jun 2011
HTC Flyer

Three prices up HTC Flyer fondleslab for Brits

Three has priced up HTC's 7in Android tablet, Flyer. The 3G-enabled fondleslab will set you back £169 plus a commitment to paying a further £31 a month for two years. The broadband package buys you 15GB of data transfers each month - a "generous" allowance, Three said. The Flyer sports a 600 x 1024 display, 1.3Mp webcam, 5Mp …
Hard Reg, 19 May 2011
The Register breaking news

Play prices up HTC 'superphone'

Want HTC's "superphone", the Android-running Sensation? Put your order in now and you can have it for 500 quid Sim-free. Online retailer Play.com has posted the price and has begun taking advance orders. The handset will ship on 30 June, it says. HTC Sensation at Play.com HTC announced the Sensation in March. The smartphone …
Hard Reg, 12 May 2011
The Register breaking news

Sony Ericsson intros Xperia minis

Sony Ericsson has outed 2011's successors to 2010's Xperia X10 Mini and X10 Mini Pro. The new ones take the same names as their predecessors, minus the 'X10' and with a SE's newfound e.e. cummings-like disdain for capital letters. Sony Ericsson Mini Pro Both mini and mini pro - we will use capitals hereafter - are based on …
Tony Smith, 6 May 2011
The Register breaking news

Sony Ericsson posts Android bootloader unlock code

Sony Ericsson has made good on its pledge to publish details showing "advanced developers" how they can legitimately unlock the bootloader code incorporated into certain SE Android smartphones. The unlock applies only to 2011 phones running Android 2.3 Gingerbread, and to handsets that haven't been tied to a network operator, …
Tony Smith, 14 Apr 2011
The Register breaking news

Vodafone, Three to offer hyped-up HTC handset

HTC's latest Android phone, the modestly named Sensation, will be coming to Vodafone first, but that didn't stop Three chipping in to say it will be offering the video-centric handset too. HTC Sensation The Sensation is described by HTC as a "multimedia superphone" - clearly, the handset maker's self-deprecation knows no …
Tony Smith, 13 Apr 2011
The Register breaking news

HTC Android tablet priced up for Blighty's shoppers

Smartphone maker HTC's entry into the media tablet arena, the Flyer, will arrive in the UK imminently, according to Carphone Warehouse. The retailer has beguin taking advance orders for the fondleslab - though its website also says the Flyer has flown in and is in stock. No surprise this - HTC UK is launching the tablet …
Tony Smith, 11 Apr 2011
The Register breaking news

Orange offers HTC Desire sequel

Orange will be offering HTC's Desire S smartphone any day now, the network operator said today. The Android 2.3 Gingerbread-running handset - which Reg Hardware reviewed this week - will be available on a range of pay-monthly plans. The phone costs nothing if it's acquired alongside a £35-a-month or pricier package. HTC …
Hard Reg, 8 Apr 2011
The Register breaking news

Sony Ericsson preps Gingerbread for Xperia X10

Sony Ericsson has changed its corporate mind and decided to upgrade its Xperia X10 smartphone's on-board software beyond Android 2.1 Eclair. The X10 is to get an Android 2.3 Gingerbread update, the handset maker has blogged. Only the X10 - not the the X10 Mini or X10 Mini Pro. There'll be a wee wait, mind. SE won't have the …
Tony Smith, 28 Mar 2011

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