Tagged With handsets


Openness has always been Android's beauty and its curse. Google's mobile operating system is available to any manufacturer that wants a slice, meaning you see it everywhere! It's also historically been a place for hardware specialists and carriers to flex their software muscles, leading to custom alterations - skins - that often leave an elegant smartphone solution ugly, unusable, or both.


A bevy of potential Palm handset codenames have been revealed in a snippet of WebOS 2.0 code this weekend. If you're curious, have a look at what we won't be officially calling five Palm devices if they officially launch in the future.


Mobil delivered this rendering of Kiki, a Sony Ericsson phone with a projected display and um, presumably, somewhere, a keypad. I like green. People need to make more green handsets.