Motorola Flexes Its Phone Muscle With A Plethora Of New Phones

Motorola Flexes Its Phone Muscle With A Plethora Of New Phones

Oct 6, 2010

With CTIA ENTERPRISE & APPLICATIONSâ„¢ 2010 underway it’s only fitting that Motorola would unveil its future lineup of Android based smartphones. Motorola is focused on bringing greater choices and flexibility for consumers and business IT departments when it comes to Android smartphones. The list of phones and features is quite impressive and spans across multiple carriers. Motorola has remained committed to being a key player in the Android movement and their newest lineup reinforces the fact that Android is quickly becoming a preferred platform amongst smartphone users.

T-Mobile Now Accepting Pre-Orders for G2

T-Mobile Now Accepting Pre-Orders for G2

Sep 24, 2010

If you’re an existing T-Mobile customer and looking to get your hands on the sexy successor to the G1 (Father to the Android Revolution) then head over to T-Mobile’s website where pre-orders are now available. Make sure to pre-order your phone by October 4th if you want the October 6th delivery date.

The 2-Year contract price will be $249.99 with a $50 mail in rebate and full retail cost will be $499. You can also try your luck at Best Buy (also selling the G2 on October 6th) with a contract price of $249.99 with the added value of a $50 instant rebate. Prepare for possible disappointment if you try the in-store route, for supplies are sure to be limited.

The G2 will be the first smartphone to deliver T-Mobile’s highly anticipated Super-Fast HSPA+ Network capable of delivering 4G speeds. The G2 will come equipped with Android 2.2, a 3.7″ touchscreen, a full QWERTY keyboard and will be powered by a Qualcomm MSM 7230 “Snapdragon” processor at 800MHz. It is pure Vanilla Android at its best and will feature a plethora of Google goodness fully equipped with dedicated Quick Key access. Add with that a 5-megapixel camera, 720p video recording, Swype along with Sprint’s free kids until 2012 family packages and you may just have enough reasons to upgrade or switch over to the Sprint network.

We want to know, how will the G2 compare to its competitors and will you be picking one up? What do you think?

Source: T-Mobile

T-Mobile Officially Introduces The G2

T-Mobile Officially Introduces The G2

Sep 9, 2010

It’s finally official folks. T-Mobile began this Android mobile revolution when they announced the world’s first Android-powered mobile phone, the G1. It was with this device that the cuddly little green robot we know only as “Android” began its quest for ‘WORLD DOMINATION!’ Two years later the invasion continues with more and more mobile consumers becoming assimilated. Android has grown to become one of the most popular smartphone platforms and doesn’t seem to be slowing down.

The G1’s successor has officially been unveiled and brings with it another breakthrough for T-Mobile. The G2 will be the first smartphone to deliver T-Mobile’s highly anticipated Super-Fast HSPA+ Network capable of delivering 4G speeds. The G2 will come equipped with Android 2.2, a 3.7″ touchscreen, a full QWERTY keyboard and will be powered by a Qualcomm MSM 7230 “Snapdragon” processor at 800MHz. It is pure Vanilla Android at its best and will feature a plethora of Google goodness fully equipped with dedicated Quick Key access. Add with that a 5-megapixel camera, 720p video recording, and other goodies such as Swype and I almost want to switch to T-Mobile.

Verizon Offers Android Hotness Without the Contract

Verizon Offers Android Hotness Without the Contract

Sep 6, 2010


  Is fear of commitment the only thing keeping you from buying that HOT Android phone you’ve been wanting? Maybe it’s your not-so-great credit? Perhaps you and contracts just don’t get along? Well my friend, with this recent Verizon Wireless announcement, you no longer need to feel left out of the action packed Smartphone arms race. Soon you too will be able to pack the latest and greatest Android powered heat.