04/13/2010, Up next, we have the Nokia C6 messaging phone which is a Symbian S60-powered touchscreen-enable dphone, where you can always rely on the slide out QWERTY keyboard if you want to get that text message or email sent within the fastest time possible. A 3.2″ display at 360 x 640 resolution ought to be enough for your mobile messaging needs, where you can remain connected with others through HSDPA and […]
04/12/2010, We would like to apologize on SanDisk’s behalf, as it seems that their prior announcement concerning the Microsoft Pink phones (better known as the Kin 1 and Kin 2) are untrue – both smartphones lack a microSD memory card slot, so you will just have to grit your teeth and reconsider a purchase decision if microSD is your portable memory format of choice for handsets.
04/12/2010, The HTC Evo 4G is seen on Sprint’s inventory which is a few months ahead of the carrier’s launch time. No other details are provided apart from the Evo 4G’s A9292 model number, alongside an improbably $5,555 placeholder in the price column. There are also other accessories included just in case you decide to pick up the Evo 4G, including an HDMI dock and an extended battery.
04/12/2010, Verizon seems to have high hopes for the HTC Incredible as its launch day approaches, with the company stocking up on dummy in-store display units (PCD ADR6300 MOCK UP) as well as screen protectors for the same device (PCD ADR6300 SCREEN PROTE). Currently, they have 7,500 mock-up units in stock, residing safely at their warehouses alongside an entire army of screen protectors (all 21,600 of them) which are ready to […]
04/12/2010, The folks over at the FCC have already given their collective nod of approval for the Samsung Galaxy S to arrive Stateside, where it will feature AT&T-friendly 3G bands which means that AT&T’s range of Android devices will be greatly boosted in terms of its portfolio, since the current Android-powered phone from that carrier is limited to the Motorola BACKFLIP at the moment. While the supported bands aren’t a given […]
04/12/2010, An XML file has pointed towards the BlackBerry Curve 9300, where very little else is known about the upcoming smartphone at least until now. We do know that it will most likely be the next in line to take over wher the Curve 8500 left off, featuring its own 320 x 240 resolution display, 802.11n Wi-Fi connectivity and at least HSPA for 3G. Not only that, it is equipped with […]
04/09/2010, We’ve seen the chassis of the Blackberry Bold 9650 as well as it appearing on Verizon’s system, so what better way than having leaked photos of the device itself in all its full, blur glory to further confirm its existence? The About display shows that it has been branded as a BlackBerry 9650 device model, where you will also benefit from Wi-Fi connectivity, an optical trackpad and OpenGL support.
04/08/2010, Apple has unveiled its new iPhone OS 4 with a ton of new features including a “smart” multitasking, iBooks and an ad networks – that’s only the highlights. Multitasking To limit battery draining by apps running in the background, like it is happening with Android phones, Apple has limited the number of operating system (OS) services that apps can access in the background to seven: Audio, VoIP, Location, Push Notifications, […]
03/31/2010, The Nokia C5 and FCC-approved C6 have already been spotted, making the last (for the moment anyways) of the C Series handsets, the C3, waiting and ready to be seen. We do know that the C3 comes with the model number RM-614, where it has just been given the nod of approval by the good people at the FCC. It does look as though the Nokia C3 is a candybar […]
03/29/2010, The Samsung I6500U Saturn which was announced in October 2009 has finally arrived in China, thanks to the efforts of China Unicom. What makes the I6500U different would be having Android 2.1 running right out of the box, making it the third Android device to do so from Samsung in China. (four if you count in Galaxy Spica’s recent update). Just to refresh your memory, the Samsung I6500U Saturn will […]
03/29/2010, There’s not much more than a headline at the moment, but the Wall Street Journal was displaying it on its home page: Apple is working on an iPhone for Verizon (coming in 6 to 9 months, according to what we heard on CNBC just now), which means a CDMA version that will eventually find its way to other carriers, possibly Sprint (one day) but also to more countries around the […]
03/24/2010, In trial a few months ago, the AT&T 3G MicroCell box is now ready to enter into service, nationwide. The basic purpose of this unit is to connect your 3G phone to the AT&T network in a better, more reliable way. It’s simple, voice and 3G data go from your phone to AT&T via this 2-way path: Phone <-> Microcell <-> Router <-> Internet <-> AT&T Network. What is happening is […]
03/23/2010, HTC and Sprint have just launched the HTC EVO 4G, the first Android phone of its kind that will not only let you access WiMax networks at a much faster speed (and most likely with real unlimited bandwidth), it will also let you share your speedy connection with your laptop – or your friends. This is a huge deal because until now we mostly had to endure slow connections, hack […]
03/23/2010, [DEMO Spring 2010] Zosh is an iPhone application (compatible for iPod Touch and iPad) that allows people to sign documents using their fingers. Zosh uses a patent pending digital signature pad that auto-detects when you are running out of space and using a complex algorithm, scrolls the background in a natural way to give you more space. The application is available on iTunes app store for $2.99, and you can […]