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LG Aloha Visits The FCC In The Form Of The LG-C710h?

05/15/2010, An LG phone has recently paid a visit to the FCC, bearing the model number LG-C710h, one of the rumored names of the LG Aloha, and since it supports the 1900/850 WCDMA bands, it’s most likely headed for AT&T. While there still hasn’t been...

Pantech IMA600S Sirius Snapdragon Phone From Sky

04/14/2010, SKY has come up with an Android-powered phone to help Google’s Android OS make more waves over in Korea, the Pantech IM-A600S Sirius, and it should be an interesting phone, considering that it’s powered by Qualcomm’s powerful Snapdragon...

LG Aloha Sighted?

04/05/2010, Could this be the previously mentioned LG Aloha? Until now there hasn’t been any official picture of the LG Aloha, and some folks are suggesting that this picture might actually be one of said device. It’s hard to tell at the moment, and this...

Nokia to get Snapdragon processor?

03/17/2010, There is a very real possibility of seeing a 1GHz Snapdragon processor inside a Nokia handset, thanks to one of Nokia’s top executives, Olli-Pekka Kallasvuo. According to him, “Qualcomm definitely is a potential partner going forward. The...

Qualcomm MSM7x30 Smartphone Platform Demo On Video

03/01/2010, You’ve probably already heard about Qualcomm’s MSM7x30 smartphone platform which was announced before, and now videos of it powering some demo devices have surfaced, and they certainly look impressive. Sporting the same guts as the Qualcomm...

Nokia could be working on Snapdragon-based Symbian phone

02/17/2010, Word has it that Nokia and Qualcomm have teamed up to work on a new Symbian-powered smartphone that will run on a Snapdragon processor, making Nokia handsets speedier than ever with at least a 1GHz clock speed running within the chassis. It seems that...

BYD Snaptop concept smartbook powered by Snapdragon

02/17/2010, [MWC 2010] Qualcomm was demonstrating this Smartbook at Mobile. It is a concept, not a product, but its design is very interesting to look at. As you can see, there’s a small keyboard – but what you don’t see is that it can be snapped in...

T-Mobile Launches HTC HD2 and HSPA+ webConnect Rocket

02/16/2010, [MWC2010] The long awaited HTC HD2 will be finally available in the US, exclusively from T-Mobile this spring. The powerful smartphone boasts a high resolution 4.3-inch capacitive touch display, a 1GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon processor, Windows Mobile 6.5...

Pictures And Video Of HTC Incredible

02/07/2010, Pictures of the upcoming Verizon HTC Incredible have started to surface online, not to mention a video of it in action. Based on the latest intel, the Incredible will sport a Snapdragon CPU, 256MB of RAM, a 3.5 (or 3.7) inch WVGA display. There is a...

Some Editions Of The HTC HD2 Have More RAM?

01/31/2010, There is no denying that the HTC HD2 is an extremely capable and powerful smartphone, especially with its 1GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon CPU. Despite its already impressive specs, which include a nice 448MB of RAM, nobody is going to complain about more RAM,...

Rumored Windows Mobile 7 Minimum Requirements

01/27/2010, When will Windows Mobile 7 be released? It’s going to be hard to guess, but folks have been speculating that there will be an announcement during the upcoming Mobile World Congress, and there is a possibility that it might be released at the end of...

HTC HD2 On T-Mobile To Sport Beefed Up Specs

01/25/2010, It sure took the HTC HD2 a long time to come to the US, but for those of you Windows Mobile fans, we’re sure it’ll have been worth the wait. T-Mobile will be offering this phone, and the best part is, your patience is rewarded with better...

Motorola MOTOSPLIT Leaked?

01/25/2010, It’s amazing how leaked pictures are almost always blurry, but if they weren’t blurry, everybody would just say it’s a fake, right? There’s no way to tell how accurate this leaked render is, but according to the accompanying leaked...

HP Choses Snapdragon Over Atom

01/08/2010, Intel certainly isn’t going to be too happy at HP’s announcement that its testing Qualcomm’s ARM A8 Cortex based Snapdragon chip for use in its smartbook. Intel has been dominating the netbook market with its Atom processor, but...