According to BGR, the first 4G smartphone, the HTC Thunderbolt, will be released the 24th of February, which may very well be bad news to those expecting to have it by the 14th, which is what past rumors confirmed. If waiting ten more days to get the device is not a problem, the next news might be. The “PRICE” is not in caps just for excitement, but because a leaked image of what is supposed to be Best Buy’s internal website for the HTC Thunderbolt claims that this device will be priced at $749.99, which is a BIG number.
Though Sony has not proven to be as successful as other companies when it comes to Android devices, they are definitely among the most respected video game monsters in the market. Today, Sony Computer Entertainment held an event in Tokio, in which they announced their new NGP (Next Generation Portable, which may be better recognized by many as the PSP 2), along with what they call the PlayStation Suite, which will allow Android users to enjoy PlayStation content via their phones and tablets.
The LG Ally is definitely not one of your dream phones, but it may be the phone that is causing you to have dreams (or nightmares) about Froyo updates. As mentioned in the LG Ally review, the phone is not very impressive, but the price is affordable, and it is definitely a good device for all Android starters. The problem is, these starters are most likely going to become Android fans, many of them already are, and there is no doubt one would want more juice than the loyal Ally can give you.
Last month, we saw a New Jersey citizen save his car from theft, thanks to an HTC Droid Incredible, and the device is definitely, once again, proving that it is well worthy of its name. John Garber, who works for National Parking as a valet at Halo Night Club, in Atlanta, can tell you that this “Incredible” device, saved his life from a gunshot while at work, on January 6th.