Sprint is the first wireless carrier to bring Android 2.2 to customers using the award-winning HTC EVO™ 4G beginning Tuesday, Aug. 3
Sprint is going to release Froyo (Android 2.2) to few of their customers on August 3rd. If everything goes well, then Froyo will be released to the larger audience. Lot of enhancements and feature additions have been made to HTC EVO 4G. Check out the press release here. Hit the source link for all the enhancements and feature addition details.
Droid 2 manual has been leaked and is now available at Droid Life. Droid 2 cases have also been seen at Best Buy. Is Droid 2 coming soon? Rumor is that Droid 2 will be releasing 3rd week of August to compete with the Samsung’s EPIC 4G for Sprint and Fascinate for Verizon. Hit the source links for more.
Seoul (Reuters) — "Samsung Electronics Co plans to introduce tablet computers this quarter based on Google’s Android operating system, joining a growing list of firms seeking to challenge Apple’s popular iPad."
Source: Yahoo Finance
The hugely popular first edition of Motorola Droid will be getting the sweetness of Froyo (Android 2.2) next week. Hit the source link for more details.
Samsung has confirmed the release of Android 2.2 a.k.a. Froyo for their Galaxy S series in UK. Sources say that it will also be released in US too to all the carriers namely Verizon, AT&T, Sprint and T-Mobile. Hopefully we will be getting some sweet Froyo in September.
Source: Samsung (Twitter)
Considering the past record of Samsung, we might have the release date for the gorgeous EPIC 4G on Sprint. Samsung had posted 2 SPS TV (Samsung TV) videos to showcase their Captivate and Vibrant phones with the post dates coinciding with the official release of the phone.
Now, Samsung has posted August 20th as the date to showcase the EPIC 4G. So considering the clash of previous official release dates with the showcase, we might have 20th August as the date for the EPIC phone. Some tweets from the Samsung Mobile US division also suggest the same as shown below. Hit the source link for more details.
New Delhi: India unveiled a Rs. 1,500 (around $35) tablet PC designed specifically for students.
"If more companies decide to manufacture a similar device, prices will come down automatically," Human Resource Development Minister Kapil Sibal said after unveiling the low cost-access-cum computing device here.
The device would be made available to students in 2011.
Source: IBN Live