HTC Incredible out in the wild. Features an underclocked SnapDragon CPU


More info and pictures of the HTC Incredible have popped-up today. According to some poster at the Androidforums, the Android 2.1 device packs a SnapDragon chipset under-clocked at 768Mhz (like the Acer Liquid), 512MB of Ram (+ a 8Gb micro-SD?), 8Mpx camera with WVGA video capture and It measures 117.5 x 58.5 x 11.9mm. It should be head to Verizon in Q2 2010.

source: Androidforums via Engadget

HTC Desire announced


HTC has also unveiled the the HTC Desire (also know as the HTC Bravo) today at MWC. The Desire is basically the European version of the Nexus One but with a slightly different physical design (it has an optical trackpad instead of the trackball) and HTC’s Sense UI slapped on top of Android 2.1. There was no word (AFAIK) on the video capabilities of the device. Does it support 720P deconding/encoding and Xvid decoding? One thing’s for sure though, the Deisre will support Flash 10.1.

First HTC Incredible live pictures and video


The boys at Pocketnow just got some exclusive tip on the upcoming Verizon HTC Incredible Android handset today. According to the tipster the device is powered by a Qualcomm SnapDragon Chipset has only (?) 256Mb of Ram and probably a 3.5″/3.7″ AMOLED capacitive touchscreen. As you can see from the pictures the Incredible seems to be running Android 2.1 withe HTC’s Sense UI.

Source: Pocketnow

Google Nexus One software tour videos

Here are two software walkthrough videos of the Google Nexus One┬ádone by my man Brandon at Pocketnow. As you can see Android 2.1 is on par with Windows Mobile in terms of functionalities (and sometimes better thanks to the Voice Command features) but has that little polished UI touch that Microsoft‘s OS is still lacking.

Homescreen tour:

Applications tour:

Source: Pocketnow

Google Nexus One vs iPhone 3GS video comparison

Wonder how the mighty Google Nexus One fairs against the iPhone 3GS? Well here are two comparison videos of the two devices in action done by the boys at TechnoBuffalo. The Nexus One is in my opinion superior to the in everything other than web browsing where the iPhone 3GS is still the best.
Round 1:

Round 2:

Source: YouTube

Google Nexus One vs Motorola Droid video

Here’s quick video comparison of the Google Nexus one and the Motorola Droid. Obviously there’s nothing really exciting other than the fact that the Nexus one is a bit faster than the Droid thanks to the faster processor (and the 512Mb of RAM). Remember that the Droid will receive an upgrade to Android 2.1pretty soon so all you Moto fans should be happy.

Source: YouTube via Solopalmari