Reports are surfacing like what you saw already on this site about Android 3.0 already in development. There are some pretty hefty requirements for it, too. These requirements are going to be doing some major damage to the current offering of Android devices.
Android 3.0 will feature some pretty high requirements. It will require a 1GHz processor, 512MB of RAM, and at least a 3.5-inch display. I’ve put together a list below showing all current Android devices, and the devices in bold are phones that would meet these requirements and could be upgraded to 3.0 eventually.read more
Motorola officially announced the Motorola Droid X, a successor to the original Droid, today at their press only, invitation only event.read more
AT&T is at it again. For those who believed that AT&T wasn’t going to be releasing a top-of-the-line Android phone so there wouldn’t be any competition with the iPhone 4, AT&T has announced the fourth of the five Android smartphones that it was going to be releasing by the end of the second quarter of this year. For those who are counting, the first three are: Motorola Backflip, Dell Aero, and the HTC Aria.read more
For those of you who happen to live under a rock, on Monday, AT&T officially announced the HTC Aria, which will become available on June 20, for $229.99, or $129.99 after a $100 rebate with the purchase of a new contract or with a qualifying upgrade. This is the second Android phone to be released by AT&T, although the first one that has a chance at being successful, despite AT&T’s attempt to close off some of the Android’s open-source goodness.read more
AT&T will be getting its first HTC Android-based phone sooner than you might think. There are now more photos being leaked showing it, as well as a video made by AT&T showing us how they test their phones.read more