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Archive for December, 2010

Telstra introduces Samsung I5510 in Australia

According to some sources close to the matter, Telstra will be the carrier launching the Samsung i5510 in Australia. This mid-range Android smart phone will be a perfect device for those that desire a phone with a keyboard for easy text messaging.
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Motorola Cliq 2 has been spotted

Motorola’s upcoming Cliq 2 handset for T-Mobile has been spotted today in a leak that suggests it will be a major upgrade. A source for Cellphone Signal said the Cliq 2, sometimes called “Begonia,” will be a high-end Android phone with a five-megapixel camera and possible calling over its 802.11n Wi-Fi. It may also permit WiFi VoIP calling. Like the original Cliq, the Cliq 2 will use a slide-out QWERTY keyboard, but here in a staggered honeycomb layout. Read the rest of this entry »

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HTC Thunderbolt: First Verizon 4G LTE phone

The news broke last week with a tweet that Verizon Wireless would be unveiling some LTE handsets at next week’s CES conference. Rumors abound on what those might be. Well, the website DriodLife has got what appear to be leaked press shots of the first HTC LTE phone headed to Verizon.
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LG C310 dual SIM QWERTY phone launched

Since Samsung has recently launched a dual SIM QWERTY phone, LG thought it would be a good idea to do the same.

Enter the LG C310, an affordable handset that looks like the C300 Town – the main difference, of course, is that the C310 supports two SIM cards while the C300 doesn’t.
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Dell Presents Tablet Phone in Korea

Smartphones are too small for reading e-books, and tablet PCs fall short on portability. That’s why Dell is pioneering a new segment in the mobile communication market — the tablet phone, Ian Chapman-Banks, general manager of Dell Asia Pacific, said on Wednesday.
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HTC Schubert Ready to be released

HTC has announced that they are in a plan for releasing a new mobile as HTC Schubert Touch Screen Phone on 22 December, 2010. This mobile runs on Microsoft Windows Phone 7 operating system.
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Samsung making 4G Android phone for Verizon

Samsung will join HTC in having one of the first 4G phones on Verizon’s network, a leak uncovered today. The SCH-i520 superficially resembles a Galaxy S phone and still uses Android 2.2, but has the requisite LTE support to get 4G access. A front camera is also new in the Gizmodo tip and would borrow loosely from the Nexus S as a result.
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Dell Venue Android 2.2 phone is announced

The younger sibling of the Windows Phone 7 Dell Venue Pro, the Dell Venue has been announced and the Android OS isn’t the only change. The announcement was done by the Korean carrier KT, and while the remake was expected, a lot of people weren’t expecting for the external keyboard to be removed. It’s not that the virtual keyboard is all you can now use for typing, but our excitement goes down as the design doesn’t look that classy, and the attraction of a large keyboard-device is lost.
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New Blackberry Torch is available at Orange

Blackberry a leading mobile phone manufacturer has added another amazing handset in its mobile phone series. you will find this handset in all online portal that offer many mobile phone deals for this handset.
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Samsung reveals SCH-r710 Suede feature phone for Cricket

Today Samsung announced its latest feature phone, the SCH-r710 Suede, a device that is being launched by Cricket in January 2011.

The Suede offers a 3-inch touchscreen display with a virtual QWERTY keyboard, instant access to Facebook, MySpace, Twitter, and an HTML web browser. Other features include a 3MP camera and 125MB of internal memory. Users can also add microSD cards up to 16GB in capacity. It’s the first phone to support Cricket’s new Muve Music plan, which provides unlimited music downloads, text messages, minutes, and web surfing, in a $55 monthly package deal.
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