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Motorola DROID M Photos Emerge, Should Be Announced By Verizon Soon

The DROID M has been leaked a few times, but never by name. It has been known as the Motorola XT907, rumored to be called the RAZR Mini. It passed through the FCC showing off a qHD display, a 1.5 GHz dual core Snapdragon S4, LTE, and NFC. This will be a mid range phone for $149 in both black and white. I’m still not sure how “mid range” is synonymous… Read more

Acer Unveils Liquid Gallant Solo And Duo Early

A week before IFA, Acer unveils two new smartphones. The Liquid Gallant Solo and Duo are identical, aside from the Duo’s addition of a second SIM card slot. They’re powered by 1GHz MediaTek MT6575 single core processors (not powerhouses, but capable nonetheless), 1GB of RAM, a 4.3″ qHD display, 5MP camera, 4GB of storage with a coveted microSD card… Read more

LG Optimus G Leaks, Powerhouse Contender

AsiaToday has heard of a phone called the LG Optimus G, a device made to play with the big boys. It’s supposed to compete with the most powerful phones around, like the HTC One X and the Samsung Galaxy S III. It’ll allegedly be rocking a 4.7″ TrueHD IPS display, 2GB of RAM, a quad core processor (probably Snapdragon S4, but unknown), and a 13MP… Read more

Sharp Aquos SH-10D Makes It Through FCC

The Sharp Aquos SH-10D, an absolutely gorgeous device, has made it through the FCC headed for NTT DoCoMo in Japan. Its specs are listed as a 4.5″ screen, 1.5 GHz dual core, 12.1 MP camera with a 0.32 MP front facing camera, and GSM and HSPA+ WCDMA radios. To be honest, this looks like a fantastic device which I would personally use. It’s great looking… Read more

AT&T Releases Sign Up Page For Galaxy SIII, Yay!

AT&T has put up the sign up page for the Samsung Galaxy SIII! They haven’t released a date or a price yet, but you can enter your email address for more information as it is available. Just like with every other carrier, the SIII looks identical to all the others and comes with the Snapdragon S4 processor. Overall, this wonderful. They chose LTE over a… Read more