If you’ve got the T-Mobile G2x (ie, the LG Optimus 2X), you’ll be pleased to hear that T-Mobile has officially announced their Android 2.3 Gingerbread update to its LG G2x customers.

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According to a BGR report, the upcoming Google Nexus 4G might actually be called Google Nexus Prime. The new Android flagship phone is expected to be released in Q4 of this year around Black Friday 2011 (Nov 25) time.

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Sony Ericsson announces rugged Xperia Active

On June 24, 2011, in Cell Phones, by Garish Wasil

Sony Ericson has recently revealed a new android smartphone that is not afraid of knocks and bumps and actually have a cool geeky design. This new smartphone, Sony Ericson Xperia Active is perfect for your super active lifestyles as it comes with a rugged exterior.

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We’ve seen plenty of wristwatch mobile phones in the past, but none powered by the infamous Google Android OS, until now. This latest cellphone watch is called i’mWatch, and unlike other cellphone watches on the market, it runs on its own custom version of Android OS.

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The folks from PocketNow pits the latest Samsung Galaxy S2 flagship up against the ‘gold standard’ iPhone 4. When I review mobiles, the first feature I look at is the screen quality. Many think the iPhone 4′s retina display is unbeatable but I personal think the new Samsung’s WVGA still puts up a decent fight though with less PPI. Check it out below…

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Sony Ericsson has been having a nice run of Android powered smartphones lately with price tags varing from high to low to suit the needs of potential customers. Announced officially here in the UK not many months ago is the classy and elegantly designed Gingerbread powered Xperia Arc and our friends at Geeky Gadgets recently got to test it out.

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According to the latest research carried out in the last 14 days, the most dominant version of Android OS is Android 2.2.

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