Tag Archives: Dragon

Swype Beta now includes Dragon dictation for speech-to-text

The third-party keyboard replacement Swype is one of the most popular user-replaceable keyboards out there, and it’s one of the selling points for some phones out there, including plenty of new devices from Motorola. But while Swype is great in its current state, the newest Beta for the software now includes a new feature: speech-to-text, which should add… Read more

HTC Desire / Bravo / Passion / Dragon

Specs: 1 GHz processor; Android 2.1 with HTC Sense; ROM 512MB / RAM 576MB; 3.7-inch AMOLED touch-sensitive screen with 480 X 800 WVGA resolution; Optical Trackball; GPS w/ Digital compass; Bluetooth 2.1; Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g; 3.5 mm stereo audio jack; 5mp auto-focus camera; 1400 mAh battery Expected Release: Q2 in Asia and Europe Notes: HTC’s finest… Read more

Google / HTC Nexus One

Specs: QUALCOMM QSD 8250 1Ghz processor; 512MB RAM; 512MBROM; 3.7 inch WVGA AMOLED screen; Wi-Fi (802.11 a/b/g/n); Bluetooth 2.1 + EDR; Digital compass; Accelerometer; 5MP autofocus camera w/LED flash; 1400 mAh battery Released by: Google Jan. 5th rumored release date T-Mobile rumored Q1 2010 release date US Cost: Subsidized at $180 with 2 yr… Read more

Nexus One pricing: another angle

There’s a horrible downside to preparing to launch one of the most hyped tech gadgets known to man. There’s absolutely no way the product or services in store can live up to expectations. When someone says “You will never see the world the same again!!!” They do themselves or the product they speak of a disservice. It seemed to me that today’s leak of… Read more

And finally, a decent video review of Nexus One

Oh man, have I been waiting for this. There’s nothing mind-blowing going on here (in the sense that we’ve been able to piece together the contained information through lesser leaks), but this is the first coherent, cohesive walk-through of the Nexus One. Thank you to the poster from PointGPhone, and thanks for posting in English. It is much appreciated…. Read more

“Google Phone” will be supported by Google and HTC

Just when you think the new year couldn’t get any better, TMoNews releases a leaked screen shot of T-Mobiles Streamline, informing employees of the up coming “Google Phone”. The screen shot has bullet points noting: Support for this device including troubleshooting and exchanges will be managed by Google and HTC. T-Mobile will offer service… Read more

HTC’s plans for 2010: spotlight on Bravo

If the code names alone of future HTC devices weren’t enough to make you drool in anticipation for the near future, maybe these pictures will. Well, at least one of them should. What we have here is a leak of images and likely the final product names (for some markets) of a series of Android devices from HTC. There were some WinMo devices included in the… Read more

Is HTC’s Passion, aka Dragon, launching mid-December?

That’s what a BGR tipster is claiming, and BGR isn’t disagreeing. They also claim that this is asnap of the screen. Looks nice, don’t it? If you think the hype about Droid is over the top, just wait until VZW gets a killer Sense-packing Snapdragon on the market – just before Christmas. Red will have people controlling rocket ships with voice commands…. Read more

Dragon / Passion rumor part 47

O.K., O.K. I took the previous tip that Passion would be a GSM device a bit too far. The phone will indeed be a GSM device first on T-Mobile UK (thanks, Jimmy). That probably means that buyers with ants in their pants can get a 2G-capable version here in the States ahead of time. Or, they can wait for what will likely be the CDMA US model. Will that one… Read more

HTC Passion, also known as Dragon, is a GSM device

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An anonymous tipster with great connections has hinted that HTC’s monster in the closet, the Snapdragon-packing beast now known as Passion, is a GSM handset. Now some of you may have suspected this already as DroidDog readers discussed it in the comments of that first big photo leak post. PhoneDog and Mobile Crunch have basically affirmed those suspicions… Read more