HTC Snap with Sprint Branding Appears on Best Buy Web Site
The HTC Snap, first announced earlier this year, has appeared on Best Buy's web site with Sprint branding at a price tag of $520. The Snap that was announced in April 2009 was a quad-band GSM/EDGE version with dual-band 850/1900MHz 3G support. HTC has not officially announced a CDMA variant of the Snap. The Snap has a 2 megapixel camera with video capture, Bluetooth 2.0+EDR, GPS, and Wi-Fi. The Snap also supports microSDHC cards. It runs Windows Mobile 6.1.
Review: Motorola 360 Camera
Motorola expanded its ecosystem of Moto Mods this year and none is quite as enticing as the 360 Cam. This snap-on modular accessory adds a 360-degree camera to your Motorola smartphone for capturing immersive pictures and video.
HTC RE is an Action Cam for Everyone
HTC today announce the RE Camera, a small standalone camera device that connects to any Android or iOS device. Roughly the size and shape of an inhaler, the waterproof body sports an ultra-simple interface with a capture button you press to snap a still, and hold down to record video.
Hands On with the Moto Z2 Force
Motorola today announced the Moto Z2 Force, the company's newest flagship phone. The phone sports a durable ShatterShield display, thin metal design, dual cameras, and of course supports the company's Moto Mods system of snap-on accessory modules.
Polaroid Shows Off Two Android Smartphones
Polaroid today announced the Power and Snap smartphones, two Android handsets that will be sold to U.S. consumers online.
sprints version has no wifi
It's in their buyer's guide too.