11/11/2009, The Broncho A1 is a relatively unknown device that runs on the Google Android operating system as well, complete with a full touchscreen display and all. While there are no further details available concerning its hardware specifications, we can safely say that the Broncho A1 will make its way to the market sometime next year, with whispers of a phenomenally low $235 price point being bandied about.
11/11/2009, SK Telecom looks set to release a slew of Android 2.0 smartphones next year, where they will comprise of both Samsung and LG hardware. Theoretically, SK Telecom could also move the iPhone 3GS, but to sell two rivals from a single channel might not bode too well in terms of business relationships.
11/11/2009, Walmart will aim to help you stretch your holiday from November 14th onwards, offering a one-week offer on its range of BlackBerry smartphones from all four major carriers – AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile and Verizon Wireless. Purchase any BlackBerry at Walmart Wireless and two-year contract from these major carriers, and you will benefit from a $100 Walmart Gift Card which can be used for later purchases. The BlackBerrys in question would […]
11/06/2009, Rogers Wireless of Canada could very well be the first mobile carrier in North America to make the HTC Touch2 available to the masses, at least that’s what some sources have pointed out. Word also has it that this Windows Mobile 6.5-powered smartphone will also feature several colors that won’t be considered normal for the handset. There is still no word on pricing or a launch date, so do stay […]
11/05/2009, Motorola Droid Review - The Motorola Droid is the first Android 2.0 to be commercially available. Droid is a high-end Android phone with a superb high-resolution screen
11/05/2009, The Acer Liquid Android smartphone runs on a 768MHz processor, and here’s what someone who had a look at it has to say. While keeping the Android flavor, Acer did a good job in enhancing Google’s Android platform wherever necessary. Sure, it’s not yet perfect, I would like to see an improved soft-keyboard as well as a kind of smart-dialing application for faster contacts access, but the multimedia and social […]
11/04/2009, Rogers Wireless will be rolling out the first Android-powered smartphone from LG known as the LG Eve. This model will come pre-loaded with the Social Networks Manager app, alongside an aggregate for Facebook, Twitter and Bebo, making it the smartphone that is ideal for all social media enthusiasts. Features available include a 3? touchscreen display, a sliding QWERTY keyboard, a 5-megapixel camera, Wi-Fi and 7.2Mbps HSPA connectivity as well as […]
11/04/2009, The Nokia N900 is all set to hit the retail market from next week onwards, after having confirmed its UK shipping date set at November 16. Those of us staying Stateside will get it a couple of days earlier according to information on the NewEgg site. If you’re wondering whether to hold out for the Motorola DROID and promises the smartphone holds, why not check out our Nokia N900 review […]
11/04/2009, Looks like the HTC HD2 won’t debut next week, although it has officially shipped in Europe and Asia today. Accoriding to HTC’s CEO Peter Chou and Microsoft’s Steve Ballmer , the HTC HD2 will be out early next year for those of us living Stateside, which isn’t too far off actually with just 2 months on the calendar left to go.
11/03/2009, Looks like someone managed to catch an image of the Android-powered Dell Mini 3iX smartphone in Brazil, where it looks similar to the China-bound model externally, although internally the Brazil model is superior thanks to Wi-Fi and 3G UMTS/HSDPA connectivity alongside tri-band (850/1900/2100MHz) network support. Still, there isn’t any word on pricing or availability of the Dell Mini 3iX, so we’ll just have to be patient with this one.
11/02/2009, Looking forward to picking up the iPhone 3GS in the UK from Orange? You can do so from November 10th onwards, where Orange’s prices will be nearly similar to that of O2, although Orange UK CEO Tom Alexander did mention that the company will try other avenues instead of the traditional price war method in order to attract more iPhone-friendly subscribers to the network. The iPhone 3GS will be free […]
11/01/2009, Nokia is facing a tide of ferocious competitors in the lucrative high-end smartphone market, but the company is on the move: Nokia is battling on multiple fronts a the same time: OS, app store, maps and devices. With the N900, Nokia wanted to build a “handheld computer with phone functionalities”. I suspect that for prospective users, if it looks like a phone, it should work like a phone. Nokia has […]
10/30/2009, A Sprint let out word that the company will unveil Android updates, although it was not confirmed whether this will be version 1.6 or 2.0. Apart from that, Android-powered handsets are also tipped to experience a price cut due to higher volume, whcih is always a good thing. Word has it that the company might also throw in another Android handset that boasts a built-in MiFi-style router to keep you […]
10/28/2009, After a long walk in the desert, Motorola surprised everyone (or at least me) with the Motorola Cliq, an Android smartphone with a QWERTY sliding keyboard and most importantly MotoBlur, a combination of software and web services designed to unify all your communications in a single medium that is “people-oriented” instead of “service-oriented”. It seems very nice in theory and our initial impression was good. Now, we have spent enough […]