T-Mobile has an extremely fast 42+ Mbps HSPA+ data network and is offering more and more Android devices that support these network speeds. The latest device is the rather inexpensive Samsung Galaxy S Blaze 4G.
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One of the reasons many smartphone enthusiasts pick up an Android smartphone is to tweak it with custom ROMs. However, you should also be careful or you could make things worse like I did.
Some people are a bit fired up that the older Galaxy S is not getting the ICS upgrade when the Nexus S has the same internals, but it's fairly typical for Samsung Android updates.
The Galaxy Nexus is the flagship Android device running Google's Ice Cream Sandwich OS and is a very powerful smartphone. It supports HDMI out and VoIP calling as well.
The first device running Android 4.0 (Ice Cream Sandwich) is now available as the Galaxy Nexus from Samsung. You can buy import versions with the Verizon one likely to arrive before the end of the year.
Samsung is the leader in Android smartphones and there are a couple new ads that show some compelling reasons to consider their products this holiday season.
Apple's iOS and Google Android are the two clear leaders in the smartphone market here in the U.S. so it was easy to pick the top two devices from these platforms. The next eight were not as easy in such a competitive market.
The Samsung Galaxy Note is a new device that sits in between the large screen smartphones and smaller tablets, but I am not sure if there is a need for such a device.
Samsung seems to be a champion of the Android tablet 7 inch form factor and it looks like they will reveal a new one next week in Berlin.
Verizon rolled out the HTC ThunderBolt in March with support for its blazing fast LTE network. The Samsung Droid Charge was released just over a week ago and has an amazing Super AMOLED Plus display to go with that same blazing network.