Stories you shouldn't have missed this week
- Samsung Galaxy S II Skyrocket unveiled: AT&T's take on 4G LTE
- HTC Vivid announced with LTE and HSPA+ for AT&T's network, records 1080p video with 60fps
- Samsung Galaxy S II Skyrocket hands-on
- HTC Vivid hands-on
Equally interesting is the situation with the release dates for Verizon's Motorola DROID RAZR and Samsung Galaxy Nexus. As you may guess, there isn't anything official yet, but at least leaks are in abundance. First, we heard that the DROID RAZR is to launch on November 10, due to a leaked internal document, but just a few days later, there was another leak, this time suggesting an 11.11 release date (starting at 11:11, to be precise). Could numerologists have just brought a few extra sales for Moto's upcoming flagship? As for the Galaxy Nexus, rumor has it we shouldn't be expecting it to hit the shelves any earlier than November 24.
- Pair of launches for Verizon: Motorola DROID RAZR November 10th, Samsung GALAXY Nexus November 24th
- Motorola DROID RAZR in Verizon stores at 11:11 am 11/11
Anyone looking to win a Motorola DROID X2? That's right, you still have a chance to enter our Giveaway contest, which only requires you to like our Facebook page and post a comment under this picture. Seriously, how easier could it be to get yourself a brand new DROID X2?
On a separate note, we have two new and, as always, very interesting editorials by our very own Michael H., titled "The shifting sands of integrated systems" and "Apple is building its own Maps, but will it matter?" - believe us, you don't want to miss them! Meanwhile, we also posted a very useful article about the state of the expected Ice Cream Sandwich updates. In other words, if you're wondering if your Android handset is to get an update to Android's latest major overhaul, this is the place to visit.
- The shifting sands of integrated systems
- Apple is building its own Maps, but will it matter?
- The state of Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich updates
This was a good week as far as tablets go as well. While the original Motorola XOOM has never been a real success, it seems this isn't stopping Motorola in its quest to get some market share, as the manufacturer unveiled not one, but two new offerings - the Motorola XOOM 2 and XOOM 2 Media Edition.
And, this brings us to Thursday's announcement of the impressive HTC Rezound for Verizon Wireless - the first Beats-enabled handset in the States. Finally, HTC decided to treat its U.S. customers to the improved audio goodness that has been available for a while in Europe thanks to the HTC Sensation XE. Here's our coverage of the event, and have a great weekend, everyone!
- HTC Rezound for Verizon is out - the best smartphone the company has ever made
- HTC Rezound hands-on
- HTC Rezound against the world: spec comparison
2. _TheGreatIam (Posts: 16; Member since: 03 Nov 2011)
I do not claim that one is better than annother....Different phones for different people. Although I have noticed that the new iPhone 4S is extremely popular with *** men in my town...Not saying that it's true all over the world just where I am.
3. _TheGreatIam (Posts: 16; Member since: 03 Nov 2011)
Really? I can't say G a Y? That's homosexual!
4. aztaxia12295 (Posts: 264; Member since: 22 Nov 2009)
99 percent of the time its vulgarly used
you unfortunately are the 1 percent
you better go into hiding because the 99 percent don't like your 1 percent... OCCUPY _TheGreatlam!!!!
6. ZEUS.the.thunder.god (unregistered)
sorry thumbd down you by mistake..
5. ZEUS.the.thunder.god (unregistered)
PA ...!!!! where are the apple gettin shi* stories ...?????
....... you think we should let it goo....????
........... no we just cant.... so please be fair and tell everybody again all the problems & issues everybody had with crAPPLE devices.. please...