The Honeycomb-style Qwerty slider Motorola CLIQ 2’s picture have been surfing online. This HSPA+ capable phone is having a 5MP camera with LED flash, Blur UI, Wi-Fi calling, Wi-Fi calling, 3G hotspots, Wi-Fi b/g/n. Android version not known yet and it will be displayed in next week’s CES. Check out the more details here inside.
T-Mobile is going to launch Motorola CLIQ 2 smartphone and Dell Streak 7 tablet in mid-January, both devices are powered by Android OS. CLIQ 2 is a Qwerty-slider running with Froyo and Motoblur UI and having WiFi calling feature, while Dell Streak 7 is also having Froyo and the latest Stage UI. Check out more details here inside.
Verizon’s first LTE capable handset Thunderbolt by HTC gets photo shoot in all angles and all sides and it will be unveiling at CES 2011 on January 6th. It is having a 4.3 inch display with a front facing camera and 8MP rear camera and much more. Check out the exclusively leaked images here inside.
HTC Incredble HD might be officially named as Thunderbolt 4G, which would be the first LTE handset of HTC on Verizon Wireless and to be announced at early next month’s CES show. HTC is teasing Thunderbolt 4G under covered on the HTC website’s signup page now and will kindly take your name and email address to provide you with news about this handset when available.
According to a Taiwanese blog DigiTimes, Google’s tablet-optimized version of its Android operating system, Honeycomb aka Android 3.0 is expected to launch in March at CES 2011. Along with Motorola’s Honeycomb tablet, MSI, Asustek and ECS are about to unveil some Android-based tablets with Tegra 2 processors. Check out more details about Honeycomb launch here inside.