10/21/2009, GeeksPhone’s One smartphone is ready to hit the European market, particularly Spain later this December that will come with a physical keyboard among others. The final price point for this Android-powered handset? 285 Euros. Would you import this if you happen to stay outside of Spain?
10/21/2009, The almighty FCC has given their nod of approval to the Samsung i5700 Spica, also known as the Galaxy Lite, alongside the R860. The former will function on the 850/1900 GSM and 850/1900 WCDMA bands, which means it will most probably arrive via AT&T should it hit the US, complete with an AMOLED touchscreen display, GPS support, Wi-Fi connectivity and a 3.2-megapixel camera. As for the Samsung R860, this model […]
10/21/2009, Pantech has just rolled out its Reveal smartphone in the US, where this full-feature double-keyboard phone was specially optimized for texting and emailing friends, flirts or family members in a jiffy – making it the perfect fit for a heavy texter or emailer. Some of the Pantech’s Reveal specifications include always active keyboards, audio and video playback, 3G connectivity and easy navigation thanks to AT&T Navigator that offers voice-guided, turn-by-turn […]
10/21/2009, Have you always grown up, wanting to be a magician? The Changhong A368 cellphone is one such device that could help you realize your childhood dream – after all, it will feature a distance sensor that is well hidden under the two holes on the phone’s display, allowing it to perceive your movements and reflecting them as though you were actually performing some sort of technological wizardry. Other features include […]
10/21/2009, My Blackberry 8900 is quickly becoming a text-only device as it is inferior to the iPhone or Android devices for virtually everything but email and that unique advantage won’t last forever. Blackberry knows it (I hope they do), and they are hiring WebKit* developers to make the browsing experience better (the job description was spotted in LinkedIn). Today, it is sluggish and some sites (like Yahoo Finance won’t even load). […]
10/21/2009, It’s official, the Blackberry Bold 9700 is coming to T-Mobile and AT&T. Among the improvements, the phone is smaller, lighter, with a better camera (3.2 Megapixel) and it will be faster (624Mhz). The trackball is now gone, as many users complained that it gets stuck in presence of dirt. When we tested the Blackberry pad in recent models, it worked fine. The good news for T-Mobile users is that UMA […]
10/21/2009, We’ve known that Dell has been working on Android smartphones, but look at this MID. It is the Dell Streak. It has a 5″ (800×480) display and runs on Android 2.0. There’s pretty much all the features that one can expect to find in a MID today, except for a sliding keyboard. That said, with a big display like that the virtual keyboard can’t be too bad. The processor specifications […]
10/21/2009, Phones in Japan seem to be two years or so ahead of the rest of the pack worldwide, and the latest Casio Exilim CA003 is no different as it comes with a 12.2-megapixel camera with autofocus capability alongside a 28mm wide angle lens with 3x optical zoom. Apart from that, you will be able to take advantage of its 20fps “burst mode” that make capturing multiple pictures per second a […]
10/21/2009, The folks at the FCC have given their nod of approval for the LG KF700 to be released, where it will support AT&T bands despite the mobile carrier not revealing anything about bringing this handset to the masses anytime soon. Features of the LG KF700 include a sliding keypad, a WQVGA resolution display at 240 x 400 resolution with the very high possibility of a touchscreen display to keep up […]
10/21/2009, Motorola’s latest handset is the Devour, and judging by its name, we do have high hopes of it doing so to the competition in order to give the iPhone a run for its money. The Motorola Devour has already made its journey through the Wi-Fi Alliance, and it still remains to be seen whether this will be an Android-powered device or not.
10/21/2009, The first generation iPhone still cannot handle MMS despite having installed the iPhone 3.0 update, but that could finally change with iPhone Dev Team member MuscleNerd revealing a baseband hack known as Whiterat, where it will enable MMS to work on a 2G iPhone which is running on iPhone firmware 3.1.2. Apart from that, he also let out that there is another baseband hack known as two-bit that will appeal […]
10/21/2009, Christian Dior is a name synonymous with fashionistas, and this time round the luxury brand will be offering their second generation cellpone which will hit the market in time for the holiday season this year. The new models will be gold plated while featuring black PVD coats that are encrusted with sapphire crystals. You can’t just buy these off the shelf as they will need to be available on special […]
10/21/2009, Looks like Verizon Wireless is slowly but surely expanding their range of Android-powered phones with the latest being the Motorola Calgary which will also be able to enjoy the MOTOBLUR social networking-like interface in lieu of the standard Android 2.0 release on the Droid. Other features available on the Motorola Calgary include an optical trackpad, a Sidekick-like design, a 3-megapixel camera, Wi-Fi connectivity, GPS navigation capability and a microSDHC memory […]
10/20/2009, Verizon Wireless looks all set and ready to roll out the BlackBerry Storm2 9550 in the US, where it is now available in its virtual 360-degree view glory. Apparently, the release date is touted to have been postponed to sometime in the middle of next month onwards, which means you have at least four more weeks to go before being able to handle a 480 x 360 resolution touchscreen display […]