Low-cost Blackberry-style Android phone from Huawei, it may be sold for around 150€.
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Hannspree is releasing this new Honeycomb tablet based on the Texas Instruments OMAP4430 processor.
They have some kind of wireless USB dongle on the tablet, that can beam the Android screen and UI to a wireless USB touch monitor. The frame rate is not yet optimized but this seems to work.
This 18.5" monitor runs just on the power from the USB 3.0 or 2.0 connector. This is quite amazing to see such a large monitor that can run exclusively on that power, this means it's an easily portable monitor solution, with just one cable.
Philips releases its new GoGear Connect 3, with a 3.2" HVGA capacitive touch screen with an unknown processor (please post in the comments if you know which processor they are using). Philips is also launching 3 new Android Speaker Docks, in different sizes, more or less portable and for home use from 100€ to 200€.
This looks like it may be a very cheap Android smartphone, with a 3" QVGA capacitive LCD, a 832Mhz processor, 2megapixel camera, is Samsung aiming this at the potentially sub-$99 Android Smartphone market?
This looks to be Samsung's cheapest Blackberry-style Android phone with a 2.6" QVGA capacitive touch screen, a 832Mhz processor, it runs on Gingerbread for now.
Samsung releases this white version of the Samsung Galaxy S2 Android Smartphone. This is likely the best phone on the market, so if you prefer to have a white version of it, you can consider getting this one.
Samsung releases this new medium range Samsung Galaxy W, it has a 3.7" WVGA LCD, an unknown 1.4Ghz processor (please write in the comments if you know which processor this has), it runs Gingerbread for now.
Here's an even cheaper smartphone from Samsung, it has a 3.65" HVGA capacitive touch screen, runs a 800Mhz processor (Qualcomm MSM7227?) (if you know which processor this is, please post in the comments).