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HP To Offer the GSM-Capable Palm Pre 2, It Has a Gorilla Glass Display

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HP's Palm Pre 2 will be available soon and a few people can't wait to get their hands on the slightly upgraded hardware and WebOS 2.0. The Pre 2 packs a 5MP camera, a 1GHz CPU, and a Gorilla Glass display. What you may want to know is that the GSM-capable (for use on AT&T) Pre 2 will reportedly be available directly from HP if that's what you're waiting around for. If you can put up with the small display then you'll be able to pick one up soon hopefully.


Leaked Costco Screenshot Says the Motorola DROID 2 Global Will Be Here Soon, T-Mobile Comet To Cost $149

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Another leaked inventory screenshot shows that Verizon intends to launch the Motorola DROID 2 Global "soon". It'll be available at launch in black and white for $199.99 on a 2-year contract if the leaked shot from Costco (above) is to be believed. Another handset that should also be on the way is the T-Mobile Comet aka the Huawei U8150. This will reportedly be available for $149.99 which is quite steep considering the other Android handsets that the carrier already offers - and will offer in the near future.

[Boy Genius]

Samsung-Made Google Nexus Two Specs Leak, Or Simply a Rumour? 1.2GHz CPU?

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I'm trying to keep up with all of the news regarding the Samsung-made Nexus device, which is being dubbed the Nexus Two, and apparently the spec sheet may have been leaked. According to an "insider", the upcoming Nexus device that will be announced in the near future will sport a 4-inch Super AMOLED display, a 1.2GHz CPU (possibly the next-gen Hummingbirds), 16GB of internal storage, 512MB of RAM, support for a bunch of different carriers across the world (but possibly no CDMA), and Gingerbread. If these specs are true, this is definitely setting the standard for the next group of "superphones". It's about a week away from a possible announcement.

[Nexus 404 via Android and Me]
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