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Acer’s most powerful model to date, the Liquid Stream is an Android 2.1 smartphone with a 3.7″ AMOLED display, 1Ghz Snapdragon CPU, and 2Gb of onboard storage. More »

From Ziggytek: After a few days delay, the LG Ally Android 2.1 smartphone (which has a meager 3.2, not 5-megapixel camera as formerly supposed!) and Iron Man 2 promotional website is complete and open for surfers to explore. Are you pumped for one of the biggest summer blockbuster flicks of the year? More »

As part of the Iron Man 2 marketing campaign, LG is also holding a contest to give away an “LG Ally and 1 year FREE service contract, 2 tickets to the U.S. premiere of a Marvel movie, 55-inch class LG “Infinia” LED HDTV, and LG Network Blu-ray Home Theater System.” More »

Yesterday’s BGR rumor has been ratified. Verizon is indeed getting an LG smartphone that runs Android 2.1, has a 5-megapixel camera, and a 1GHz Snapdragon processor, but it is not named the “Aloha.” More »

LG’s LU2300 just launched in South Korea on Tuesday, but rumors that the same phone is the American “Aloha” has been circulating since early April. Today, BGR claims that one of its “Verizon Wireless guys” is telling the blog that the Aloha, with the same specs as the LU2300, is about to be unveiled. More »

Spanish carrier Telefonica Movistar is releasing HP’s Compaq AirLife 100 Android touchscreen netbook in May for €229 on a €48 per month “Internet Maxi” plan or €299 on a €39/month “Internet Plus” plan. Other nations, outside of North America, should have the AirLife 100 shortly after the Spanish introduction. More »

While their names are uninspiring, their capabilities are spectacular. Both have 3.5″ (800×480) LCD displays (NOT AMOLED, as previously stated), 1GHz Snapdragon processors, 5 megapixel cameras, and DMB tuners. Sadly, the LU2300 ships with Android 1.6 only but will be upgraded to 2.1 in August, whereas the SU950/KU9500 runs Eclair 2.1. More »

With a new 2-year contract, no mail-in rebate is required, and Best Buy is taking pre-orders one day earlier than Verizon, which charges $300 before a mandatory rebate. More »

The Droid Incredible made its video debut back in February, when it was leaked well ahead of its announcement, but that long clip was briskly removed from Photobucket, though not before I saw it. At the 99% Conference in New York, an HTC representative shows us the Droid Incredible live. More »

With a $100 mail-in rebate, the total for Verizon’s Droid Incredible amounts to an expected $199.99 on a new 2-year agreement. This is an incredibly enticing offer that could lure away consumers from other carriers. More »

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