Good news for those of you in the UK; according to Engadget, you will be able to pick up a 16GB Nexus 7 from your local store on July 27th for £199, with the 8GB model being sold exclusively through the Play Store for £159.
The 16GB model will be stocked by retailers such as PC World, Comet, Tesco and Ebuyer, with contracts available through Carphone Warehouse if you can't bring yourself to splash £200 on a new tablet straight away. Read More
Planning on buying the latest Google phone in the UK? Then you're in luck - the pre-order price from Carphone Warehouse has been cut to just £429.99 for the SIM-free option and £0 for the version that comes with a two-year contract. It's worth noting that the device is currently listed as being on back order, so you may be have to wait for some time before you get your phone. Read More
After weeks of anticipation, leaked photos, snooped videos and widespread rumors, the next pure-Google device is official, and it's pretty much just what you expected. Bearing the title of the flagship device for the the freshly-baked Gingerbread (Android 2.3), the Samsung-made Nexus S includes:
- 4.0" WVGA "Contour Display" SAMOLED screen
- 1 GHz Cortex A8 Hummingbird CPU
- Android 2.3 Pre-installed
- 16 GB internal storage (no microSD)
- Quad-Band GSM (850, 900, 1800, 1900 MHz)
- Tri-Band 3G (900, 2100, 1700 MHz)
- HSDPA (7.2Mbps) connectivity (no HSPA+)
- Near Field Communication (NFC)
- Anti-fingerprint display coating
- Three-axis gyroscope
- 1500 mAH Lithum Ion Battery
- 5 MP rear camera w/ flash and 480P rec.
If you read our review of the HTC Desire, you'll already know that the physical design of the phone is hardly the first thing that needs to be changed.
Regardless, we can't complain about the changes HTC is rumored to be making here:
Yep, what we're looking at is a white version of the Desire, and even though I'm not exactly known to go crazy over white gadgets (especially when they're phones), I've got to admit this one's pretty hot. Read More
UK readers only: if you like adorable handsets running an operating system with an adorable mascot or, and perhaps more importantly, if you like free things, then you owe the X10 Mini a few minutes of your time.
It’s not the most powerful Android handset on the block, and hell, it’s not even running Android 2.1, for an attractive, and again, free, Android handset, it’s not a bad deal.
Of course, as with most free phone offers, it will require you to sign your soul away for two years with a new contract, but on the bright side, you have your choice of four carriers to deal with. Read More