CTIA Fall 2011: Day One Wrap-Up

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 On Tuesday at CTIA, we saw a number of exciting new handsets, from the keyboarded Samsung Captivate Glide to the flip phone-styled DoubleTime. This was also a day for new software such as the Bolt Browser and tablets like the T-Mobile Springboard. Check out the highlights below.


Motorola Atrix 2

The sequel to the powerful Atrix costs just $99 and rides on AT&T's HSPA network with a 4.3-inch qHD display, 1080p camera, and HDMI port. It also features ZumoCast software for accessing files on your PC.

Hands-On with the Motorola Atrix 2

Samsung DoubleTime Smartphone for AT&T Subscribers

Get ready to welcome the flip phone back. The Samsung DoubleTime looks like a messaging phone with a 3.2-inch touchscreen, but this clamshell opens up to reveal a full QWERTY keyboard and a secondary, internal screen of the same size.

Read More About the DoubleTime

Samsung Stratosphere

Verizon's first 4G phone with a keyboard is finally here! The Samsung Stratosphere has some dated specs like a single-core CPU and low-res camera, but if you want an LTE slider, this is your best and only choice.

Hands-On with the Samsung Stratosphere

AT&T Samsung Captivate Glide: Full Keyboard, Tegra Power

AT&T adds a 4-inch smartphone that packs a slide-out keyboard and lots of processing power courtesy of a dual-core Nvidia Tegra 2 processor.

Read More About the Samsung Captivate Glide

Bolt 3.0 Web Browser Brings Faster Web Surfing to Android Devices

Want a faster browser for your Android phone? The BOLT 3.0 app for web surfing uses cloud-based compression technology to run 25 to 50 percent faster than the competition.

Read More About the BOLT 3.0 Web Browser

Cadillac CUE Infotainment System Test Drive

Cadillac walked us through its new CUE infotainment system, a first-of-its-kind in-car dash that includes capacitive touchscreen displays and buttons, all with haptic feedback.

See Hands-on Video of the Cadillac CUE Dashboard

Motorola Atrix 2 Coming Oct 16 for $99

How's this for bang-for-your-buck: The $99 Motorola Atrix 2 gives AT&T subscribers a 4.3-inch qHD display, 4G 21-Mbps data speeds, HDMI out, and an 8-megapixel camera capable of 1080p video capture.

Read More About the Motorola Atrix 2

Pantech Pocket Debuts: Widescreen Android in Tiny Package

Bigger isn't always better. The Pantech Pocket smartphone weighs just 4.4 ounces, but manages to squeeze in access to AT&T's HSDPA 4G network as well as a 5-MP camera behind its fun-sized 4-inch widescreen display.

Read More About the Pantech Pocket

TeleNav GPS Navigator 7.1 Challenges Google Maps on Android Phones

This free GPS app includes a home screen called My Dashboard that layers real-time traffic over your current location. Available only for Sprint devices running Android 2.3.

Read More About TeleNav GPS Navigator 7.1

T-Mobile SpringBoard Tablet Hands-on Video

This 7-inch Android slate has a few things the upcoming Amazon Kindle Fire tablet does not: for instance, it boasts a 5-MP back-facing camera, 1.3-MP front option, and a connection to T-Mobile's 4G 14-Mbps 4G network.

Read More About the T-Mobile SpringBoard Tablet


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