Midle range Android Smartphone with affordble price and support 4G Wimax. It’s look interesting and you can find on new 4G Android smartphone from Samsung, Samsung Conquer 4G. The Conquer 4G Android smartphone will be designed for Sprint and support for their 4G WiMAX connectivity and operate on ESMR 800MHz band, 850MHz band, and the 1900MHz band.Read more ›
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HTC and Sprint just-announced a new HTC EVO series smartphone, Evo Shift 4G smartphone. Sprint HTC Evo Shift 4G designed with a faux aluminum texture around the front panel and a soft touch back panel and made of midnight blue plastic. HTC Evo Shift 4G is support WiMAX network and launched with a lower price than any previous 4G-capable phone in Sprint, the HTC Evo 4G and the Samsung Epic 4G.Read more ›
Toshiba has announced will be sold a new entertainment netbook in Japan that called DynaBook N300. Toshiba DynaBook N300price will sold in the Japanese market with starting at 70,000 yen (about $850) and optional colors Cocoa brown, lime green, and orange.Read more ›
Toshiba Japan has just announced a new ultra-portable notebook called Toshiba Dynabook N510. This laptop will comes in two version with WiMax super fast wireless connection, including Toshiba Dynabook N510/04A and Toshiba Dynabook N510/06A.Read more ›
Sprint has launch details none of the CDMA versions of the Samsung Galaxy S variants like the Captivate and Vibrant, Samsung Epic 4G. “With its beautiful display and slide-out keyboard, Epic 4G is a powerful tool for our customers, and it extends Sprint’s 4G leadership with a second strong smartphone option,” said Sprint CEO Dan Hesse.Read more ›
HTC Corporation today announced summer availability of the world’s first 3G/4G Android handset. The HTC Evo 4G, is a smartphone developed by the HTC Corporation, offers one of the most robust multimedia experiences on a wireless phone today. using the name EVO instead of Supersonic for the Android-based device. Sprint CEO Dan Hesse said the device will appear in the summer. He noted that it can run on Sprint’s WiMax network “but is a terrific smartphone even at 3G speeds.”Read more ›