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Sprint Releases the LG Optimus S With Android 2.2 and Sprint ID

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Sprint has released their latest Android handset and it's the LG Optimus S which is going for $49.99 on a 2-year contract. This mid-level handset sports a 3.2-inch touchscreen display, a 3.2MP camera, WiFi / 3G support, Bluetooth / GPS, a microSD card slot, a 3.5mm headphone jack, and a 600MHz CPU. This handset sports Android 2.2 along with the recently announced Sprint ID. Check it out on Sprint.

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AT&T Releases the Motorola Bravo and the Flipside

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AT&T has just released two new Android-based MOTOBLUR-packing handsets from Motorola, the Bravo and the Flipside. First up, the Bravo (above) features a 3.7-inch touchscreen display (480 x 854 resolution), HSDPA connectivity, WiFi / Bluetooth / GPS support, a 3.2MP camera, a microSD card slot, and a TI OMAP 800MHz CPU. This one's available for $129.99 on a 2-year contract.

The Flipside (below), on the other hand, features a 3.1-inch touchscreen HVGA display, a slide-out QWERTY keyboard, four touch-sensitive buttons along with a large trackpad, WiFi / GPS / Bluetooth support, a microSD card slot, a TI OMAP 720MHz CPU, and a 3.2MP camera. This one's going for $99.99 on a 2-year contract which is a bit cheaper. Check them out on AT&T here and here, respectively.

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A Few Codenames Possibly Leak In WebOS 2.0 Code, Including Roadrunner

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Palm may have a few more smartphones on the way if you're into these types of leaks. WebOS Internals has pointed out that a few codenames for upcoming devices may have leaked in the WebOS 2.0 code. They include Broadway, Windsor, Mantaray, Stingray, and even Roadrunner (which could be a tablet). Hopefully we see these hit the market sometime in 2011 because WebOS still has a lot of potential.


AT&T Releases the White and Red BlackBerry Torch Colours

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AT&T fulfilled their promises by offering new white and red models of RIM's BlackBerry Torch smartphone. The only thing different with these models is the colours so you'll find that OS 6.0 and the Webkit browser is present. If you're still trapped in the BBM world then you might want to check out these new colours. They're looking quite good. Check it out on AT&T.