Admit it, you can’t wait to get your hands on the world’s first Android 3.0 tablet, the Motorola XOOM. The problem is, we still don’t have a concrete release date. If you’re looking for a little additional information to whet your appetite until that date does come, look no further. The gang over at Droid-Life have acquired a leaked copy of the XOOM’s user guide. There aren’t any shocking revelations in the guide, but, as DL points out, there is no mention of a required data plan to get Wi-Fi working — definitely a welcome omission. Go ahead, have yourself a download and let us know what you think. More →
Man, how much longer can Motorola and Verizon Wireless try and keep the lid on the DROID 2? Earlier today, Droid-Life obtained a user guide for the yet-to-be-released DROID 2 as well as an image of DROID 2 cases on sale at Best Buy. The user guide reveals that the device will have Motorola’s UI enhancements — same as the DROID X — and will in all likelihood be launching with Android 2.2; as opposed to Android 2.1. We’ve heard August 3rd tossed around as a potential launch date (Verizon likes to launch handsets on Tuesdays). Come on Verizon, kick the flood gates open already! More →
Are you planning on picking up the latest Android offering from Verizon Wireless and Motorola on July 15th? Do you need more info? You may be in luck. It looks like the 68 page user guide for the DROID X has made its way out of the lab and into the wild. For Android fanatics the tutorials may not explain what you don’t already know, however, it includes a ton of screen shots and may give you a better idea of what Motorola has tweaked on the DROID X’s iteration of Android. Hit the read link to download the PDF. More →
While we wait for RIM’s ex-IDF teams to storm (har, har) the office, we’ve decided to share a ton of pages from the BlackBerry Storm’s User Guide with our loyal readers. It’s a lot more in depth than the PowerPoint was, and it walks you through practically everything. We posted what we thought were the most important parts of the device and things we haven’t seen before. For instance, the full home screen in both orientations, the active call screen, voice recording, camera and video camera options and viewfinder, BlackBerry Maps, tasks — stuff like that. If you’re feeling adventurous enough, hit the BGR gallery!