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Sharp RW-T107 Android Gingerbread NFC Tablet

Sharp RW-T107 Android Gingerbread NFC Tablet

The people at Sharp have announced a brand new 7-inch Android tablet that will be launched in Japan complete with an NFC interface for commercial interactions. This Android tablet will only support Japanese FeliCa cards at the start, but we can expect additional card support in the near future. This Sharp RW-T107 unit will be able to be used in stores to read membership cards, IDs, loyalty cards, and more - get some coupons to grab some awesome cheap food and such!

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HTC Ruby 1.5GHz Dual-Core Android Smartphone Details Leaked

HTC Ruby 1.5GHz Dual-Core Android Smartphone Details Leaked

The last time we spoke about the possibility of a device by the name of HTC Ruby, it was an image reflected in a tablet screen - very strange! Since then, we've gotten word that HTC will be releasing several new handsets by the end of 2011 and our sister-site Android Community has seen the HTC Ruby photographed by Mr Blurrycam. Now we've got a whole boatload of details and some additional leaked photos that you're gonna love.

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Android Ice Cream Sandwich Photos Leak on Nexus S

Android Ice Cream Sandwich Photos Leak on Nexus S

Several screenshots have been leaked to a set of Android-specific fan sites that appear to show a Samsung Nexus S device hosting the newest still unreleased version of Android, that being Ice Cream Sandwich, a version which is said to tie together the smartphone and the tablet worlds, each of them now running their own versions of Android, Gingerbread for handsets and Honeycomb for tablets. A set of factoids appears to have been delivered with these photos from a source who very well may be delivering a legitimate Beta version of this operating system to the public.

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Acer Iconia Smart Drops in September

Acer Iconia Smart Drops in September

It's time for a strange device, ladies and gentlemen, and we've got just the device for you. This is the Acer Iconia Smart, an Android device running version 2.3.x Gingerbread, having a monstrously long display, and rolling out with a single-core 1GHz Snapdragon processor from Qualcomm. This device's 4.8-inch 21:9 aspect ration display is certainly one of its more unique and stand-out features, will the rest of its very possibly out-dated hardware be able to compete with the new wave of devices that's been released since it's original announcement?

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Samsung Galaxy XCover Promises Hardcore Android Action Resistance

Samsung Galaxy XCover Promises Hardcore Android Action Resistance

It appears that Samsung will be joining the squad of Android device ready for rough tumbling, water dunking, and the rest. This device appears very much to be running a brand new version of Samsung's TouchWiz interface over Android and certainly will be running Android 2.3.x Gingerbread upon release. This device is next in line right after the recently Tegra 2 confirmed Samsung Galaxy R which we saw NVIDIA give a hands-on treatment to this morning and will be released very soon.

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Gingerbread for HTC Desire released (for experts only, warns HTC)

Gingerbread for HTC Desire released (for experts only, warns HTC)

HTC's promised Android 2.3 Gingerbread update for the original Desire has been released, though it's not the simple OTA upgrade we're now used to. Heavily modified so as to fit the memory confines of the Desire - which had originally prompted HTC to cancel the update, only changing its mind after owner outcry - the Gingerbread ROM has been stripped of several HTC apps, the official Facebook app and even all of the wallpapers beyond the default choice.

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HTC Ignite Revealed, Not Nexus Device as Previously Rumored UPDATE: WP7 Instead

HTC Ignite Revealed, Not Nexus Device as Previously Rumored UPDATE: WP7 Instead

Before you even ask, Binnenkort Leverbaar means COMING SOON in Dutch. And what is coming soon, you might ask? Why, the HTC Ignite, of course! In an email from a source at a European retailer we've been assured that the rumors that the next HTC handset would be the Nexus-branded device to come after the legendary Nexus S and be the hero device for Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich, are untrue, and that instead HTC would be releasing the phone you see in the screen grab below. Furthermore, similar to what's been occurring with HTC devices for some time now, this device will be released in Europe before the United States.

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Samsung Galaxy S II Slide from AT&T Pictured in Photos

Samsung Galaxy S II Slide from AT&T Pictured in Photos

It appears that in addition to the HTC Puccini 10-inch tablet having its press images leaked today, there's another AT&T-bound device hanging in the rafters. This handset is a Samsung device by the looks of it, employing a slide-out keyboard, an 8-megapixel camera on the back with a flash and speaker grille, textured battery cover, and by the looks of its model number SGH-I927, may well be a variant of the hottest Android device in the world, the Galaxy S II.

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Motorola PHOTON 4G Release Info : Coming for EVO’s Head

Motorola PHOTON 4G Release Info : Coming for EVO’s Head

There's another dual-core device coming, and it's coming from Motorola. One of only a couple of WiMAX 4G compatible dual-cores and certainly the only one with a kick-stand, this device is the newest generation of dual-core Motorola Androids that started with the ATRIX 4G, currently still residing on AT&T exclusively. But I'm sure you knew that, right, they look just the same, right? I say thee nay! Here comes the diamonds, instead!

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Huawei Glory Revealed, Inexpensive Gingerbread Superphone for MetroPCS

Huawei Glory Revealed, Inexpensive Gingerbread Superphone for MetroPCS

It's not often that we speak of Huawei at all, much less on how they're creating a superphone for Android. This device is what's possibly a dual-core but by all evidences a single-core processor*-having superphone running Android 2.3 Gingerbread, upgradable to Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich, and rocking a 4-inch 854x480 pixel resolution display with an 8-megapixel camera on the back. Sound like a phone that's going to run you $400 or more? How does sub-$300 off contract sound to you?

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