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Sprint's Tegra 2 Android Smartphone Will Be the Motorola Photon 4G With a qHD Display

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We already heard that Sprint will be launching a Tegra 2 powered Motorola smartphone next month and Phandroid has mentioned just a bit more information it. Apparently, it'll be called the Motorola Photon 4G indicating it'll have WiMAX connectivity. The display is said to be 4.3-inches and should also sport a 960 x 540 resolution which is right on par with the next wave of smartphones. The model number for this one is MB855 and it already has its WiFi certificate. It doesn't appear to have hit the FCC yet but it should soon since the launch is coming up.


HTC Confirms That Videotron Will Be Releasing the Panache Too

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It has just been confirmed that Videotron in the US will really be launching the myTouch 4G, erm, the HTC Panache in Canada too. The smartphone has just popped up on HTC's official website ahead of the launch which should be right around the corner. The device is expected to launch for around $500 contract-free.

[Mobile Syrup]

Sprint Rumoured To Launch Their Motorola Tegra 2 Device Next Month

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The latest rumour is coming from Android and Me and they have mentioned that Sprint could be getting their first Tegra 2 smartphone next month. The smartphone will be from Motorola and will be quite similar to the Atrix 4G except for a few differences. This smartphone that will hit Sprint will reportedly feature a larger 4.3-inch display, a kickstand, and Android "Gingerbread" which are all pretty good improvements. Additionally, it's being mentioned that they've taken design cues from the HTC EVO 4G, I just hope that they don't have the circles around the buttons.

[Android and Me]

Barnes & Noble Announces the New 6-Inch Nook With 2 Month Battery Life

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You may have wondered why the first Barnes & Noble Nook dropped in price and it's because they unveiled their new one today! The new Nook from the company features a 6-inch touchscreen display, WiFi-only, an 800MHz TI OMAP3 CPU, Android 2.1, and a 2-month battery life. This is being touted as a "Simple Touch Reader" and it's going to be below the current Nook and the Nook Color in their line-up. Pre-order will be available shortly and it's going to be shipping around the June 10th date.