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Samsung Galaxy 551 is now official

10/06/2010, Another day, another Android-powered phone. This time around we have the Samsung Galaxy 551 which is also recognized by its model number I5510, where it will run on Android 2.2 Froyo right out of the box. To ease the transition for folks who have been...

Samsung Mesmerize is US Cellular’s Galaxy S

10/06/2010, The Samsung Galaxy S isn’t quite done yet with the North America region, making an appearance as the Samsung Mesmerize over US Cellular. Also known as the SCH-i500, this model will share hardware specifications as with other Galaxy S models,...

T-Mobile caters for the budget minded with LG Optimus T

10/06/2010, Fancy owning a phone that suits your budget to a T? OK, bad jokes aside, T-Mobile has your bank balance in mind (as in preserving as much of it as possible) with the new budget-minded LG Optimus T Android-powered smartphone. You won’t find its...

Sprint ID introduced on three new phones

10/06/2010, CTIA was the platform where Sprint rolled out Sprint ID, an interesting add-on feature that will cater for the Sanyo Zio, Samsung Transform, and LG Optimus S smartphones. Just what is Sprint ID, you ask? Well, this feature will be able to deliver a custom...

Palm P102UEU arrives on FCC, could be European Pre 2

10/06/2010, There is a very high chance of the Palm P102UEU which is currently running through the gauntlet over at the FCC being the European version of the Pre 2. Why do we say so? Well, in the world of Palm, “P102″ would refer to the model, which is...

Samsung Transform Hands-On

10/06/2010, Sprint and Samsung have announced the Samsung Transform, an mid-range Android device that has all the basic functions of a modern smartphone, except for the high-resolution display (480×320 here) and possibly a fast processor (we’ll need to...

Cricket to deliver cheap Android smartphone

10/06/2010, Cricket, a wireless provider in the US, has just announced that they will be rolling out the Huawei Ascend Android-powered handset which certainly won’t break the bank. Touted to be the first low-cost Android smartphone Stateside, it will feature a...

HP could introduce webOS in smartphones from next year onwards

10/06/2010, Ever since HP acquired Palm back in April this year, rumors have abound on whether we will see the webOS platform make an appearance on HP-branded smartphones or not. Well, Senior Vice President Eric Cador told an industry conference that “You will...

Larger display iPhones in the offing?

10/06/2010, Shaw Wu, a Wall Street analyst from Kaufman Brothers, recently let it be made known that sources familiar with Apple’s overseas suppliers do point towards larger as well as smaller displays that will make their way to iPhones in the near future. Mr....

T-Mobile USA to offer Wi-Fi calling on Android smartphones

10/06/2010, Making phone calls over Wi-Fi is a feature that most frequent travelers won’t mind, since it will certainly go a long way in making sure that their precious minutes won’t be used up, and being in a totally different country separated by a few...

Samsung Omnia i8700 Leaked In A Lengthy Video

10/06/2010, Today must be the day of Windows Phone 7 device leaks, and after the LG E900 press photos were leaked, Samsung’s i8700 has surfaced in a lengthy 13-minute video. The phone has also been called the Omnia 7, though there isn’t any official...

WP7 LG E900 Press Pictures Leaked

10/06/2010, With Microsoft’s Windows Phone 7 (WP7) event just around the corner, it shouldn’t be too surprising to see WP7-related devices start to leak out, and though we’ve seen the LG E900 before, this is the first time the device’s press...