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WP7-Based HTC Mozart Could Be On T-Mobile Soon

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The HTC Mozart got official the first day that Windows Phone 7 was launched and we've heard that it's headed to the US for a while now. Well, according to TMoNews' tipsters, the handset is going to hit the carrier in the near future. In case you forgot, this handset features a a 3.7-inch capacitive touchscreen display with a 480 x 800 resolution, a 1GHz Snapdragon CPU, 512MB RAM, 576MB of ROM, and an 8MP AF camera with a xenon flash and 720p HD video recording. On the hardware front, this handset sports a body that's made of anodized aluminum, so it's nice and solid. Furthermore, this could be hitting the carrier in 8GB and 16GB models but that's unconfirmed right now.

O2 UK Launching the Sony Ericsson XPERIA Arc In April

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The Sony Ericsson XPERIA Arc looks like it's about to hit its first carrier in the future. T's reportedly going to hit O2 UK in April which is just a few months away. Price is unknown right now, but this smartphone is actually one of the best in the market. You might want to wait until the goodies at MWC before you set your heart on this one though.

Update: Another Phandroid post has just mentioned that the XPERIA Arc will also hit Vodafone UK and 3 UK as well. Check out the sign-up page for Vodafone here, while 3 posted the video you see below.


LG G-Slate and Optimus 3D Leak Ahead Of MWC 2011 Announcement

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Two upcoming devices from LG have leaked out today. The first one's coming from Engadget and it was spotted in one of MysteryGuitarMan's YouTube videos. This is the LG G-Slate which is headed to T-Mobile USA. Specs are pretty much unknown for this one right now so we'll have to wait for MWC.

The second one is what you see below, coming from Phandroid. Yes, that's reportedly the LG Optimus 3D. Specs are unknown right now but it might have a display larger than 4-inches, a dual-core CPU, a front-facing camera, and hopefully 3D without the glasses. We should be seeing both of these at MWC.

Android-Based Motorola i1q Leaks, Picture Says It's Headed To Nextel

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Coming from GrupoAndroid is word on a new Android handset in the wild. This one's reportedly the Motorola i1q and is a somewhat rugged handset. This one's aiming to be a mid-end handset with Android 2.1, a slow CPU, and a portrait QWERTY keyboard which is rare to see with Android phones. Apparently, this one could be hitting Nextel but that's unconfirmed right now.

Android-Based HTC Handset Leaks Again, Codenamed the "Saga"

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Yes, this smartphone may look familiar. That's because it leaked last week in the wild and it's back again. Specs are still unknown but the picture above is definitely a much clearer one. This one's reportedly being codenamed the HTC "Saga". I wonder what the final name will be. You can count on this one being at MWC which kicks off in a few weeks.

HTC "Vivo" Headed To Canada's SaskTel, Specs Unknown For the Most Part

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There's word that the HTC "Vivo" will be hitting SaskTel in Canada according to the leaked document you see above. This smartphone is scheduled to hit the carrier in April / May of this year. Apparently, the "Vivo" is the codename for the handset you see below. It actually leaked last week with a few pictures and specs. It's said to feature a 4-inch Super LCD display, a camera with a dual-LED flash, and Android 2.2.

Amazon Lists the Motorola DROID Bionic For $149 Too

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Wow, yet another smartphone has made its way onto Amazon. This time it's the Motorola DROID Bionic which is on its way to Verizon in the US. This is another handset that has been spotted on the e-tailer for $149.99 on a 2-year contract. It looks like the Verizon iPhone is definitely having an impact on high-end Android phone prices. For $149.99, this is a better deal than the iPhone though.

T-Mobile Releasing the Dell Streak 7 On February 2nd For $199

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T-Mobile has finally made it official. They have just announced that they'll be launching the 7-inch Dell Streak 7 Android-based tablet on February 2nd for $199.99 on a 2-year contract after a $50 mail-in rebate and $449.99 contract-free. This will be the carrier's first HSPA+ capable tablet and it even features the dual-core Nvidia Tegra 2 chipset which is pretty darn fast. It'll be available in two days!