Camera: The camera on this device is impressive. It has rather impressive low-light capabilities. I had a chance to take some test shots last night and will take some more this evening. I also decided to take a very quick video for the 1080p video recording.
Verizon Wireless 4G LTE
Here is a quick walk through of the Droid RAZR HD Station. I ABSOLUTELY LOVE the mouse that comes with the HD Station. It is a brilliant fresh new idea. Check it out below.
We all knew this would happen right? Right after the Droid Bionic finally got an official launch date and then released, all the hype immediately died down and the next big rumor came front and center. That rumor of course is the Samsung Galaxy Nexus Prime Droid 2.0. We are also guilty of throwing our
When Verizon Wireless announced their foursome of Android devices for their 4G/LTE network there was one noticeable and disturbing thing about them they were all reportedly coming to market with Android 2.2 Froyo. While that has proven true for the HTC Thunderbolt, LG Revolition and Samsung Droid Charge, we still have to wait for the
The Droid Charge already received it’s first update as TheDroidGuy mentioned here. It turns out that it’s a very small update, only 5.2 MB. No real noticeable changes are occurring. Samsung’s Media Hub Software. A software change was made to the Media Hub application to prevent downloading content over the 3G network. This application will
So the day I purchased my Thunderbolt (while still at the store) I noticed that I was unable to connect to the internet via the cellular network. I had a very solid 3G connection -68 dBm at the store – I chalked it up to the possibility that the SIM card had not fully activated
Wow a lot of FCC news these days. At CES 2011 earlier this year Verizon Wireless announced the HTC Thunderbolt, The LG Revolution, The Motorola Droid Bionic and The Samsung Galaxy S 4G (now known as the Stealth V). These four handsets are supposed to be the first 4G/LTE handsets on Verizon’s 4G/LTE network. We
We’ve reported a lot on XDA, and cyanogen mod. The rooting community is part of the Android ecosystem. Typically the headline comes with a “That didn’t take long” as sometimes it’s only taken a few hours of a device to be commercially available, like the Nexus S was rooted before the end of the first
The Thunderbolt is upon us. Many have been waiting for quite some time to hear some pricing for the Thunderbolt and Droid-Life has snagged a pic of a Best Buy ad displaying the Thunderbolt’s pricing. We are currently seeing a $749 full retail price tag and a $249 on a 2 year contract. That’s right
When we were on the conference call for Verizon’s original 4G/LTE announcement All Things Digital’s Ina Fried asked about Voice Over LTE. It was a great question as Verizon is working on a nationwide 4G/LTE network and it would be nice to harness the power of LTE for doing things like, ohhhhhh making phone calls…
Verizon Wireless has announced that the Pantech UML290 4G/LTE USB modem is now mac compatible. When Verizon Wireless announced their initial 4G/LTE market reach of 38 cities and 60 airports, macheads were left out in the cold however as promised Verizon wireless has updated the Pantech USB stick to work with Mac. The latest version
Our friends at Droid Life are reporting that two of the key features to get a phone on Verizon, especially a 4G phone, will not be active at launch. According to Droid Life’s reliable but anonymous tipster, and confirmed by our anonymous tipster, the HTC Thunderbolt will not have Mobile Hotspot when it hits shelves
CES 2011 is going to be a great one. Already, some real heavy-hitters are being talked about. Rumors are buzzing everywhere and keywords like “dual-core” and “4G/LTE” are making Android users foam at the mouth. Tonight however, we are going to focus on two of these heavy weights: the Motorola Olympus and the HTC Thunderbolt.
When Tony Melone said the 4G LTE handsets were coming he wasn’t joking! Gizmodo got this nice close up of a new Samsung Android handset. Fresh on the heels of the Samsung Nexus S we now see the Samsung SCH-I520. In case you are visually impaired and can’t read the screen shot this is obviously
Last night we reported on the 10 shots of an HTC device that were mysteriously “leaked” out. Apparently the leaker had time to stage the photos in near perfect light, almost like a studio, and shoot the photos before sending them out to 5 of the major industry websites… right…. The pictures yesterday were really
Verizon announced the rollout of their 4G LTE network this week with a launch date of Sunday. Select major media and tech sites have been testing the LTE network with a mixed bag of results. The Good: Verizon’s Tony Melone said that Verizon’s 4G LTE would offer 5-12mbs download speeds and upload speeds around 2mbps.
Earlier today some information surfaced regarding an Android tablet from Motorola. Our sources at Verizon and Motorola weren’t able to confirm or deny anything, but here’s what we found! “Stingray” – The rumored name of the Motorola Tablet coming to Verizon. What seems to be certain is this will be a 10” tablet. My search
Boy Genius Report is reporting that Verizon will roll out LTE 25 Markets across the country on November 15, 2010 citing an unnamed source. BGR goes onto say that while they won’t have LTE exclusive handsets available at rollout they are planning the launch of a “slew” of new devices on Black Friday (The day