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Samsung Wave 578: NFC Enabled Bada Phone

Although, Samsung is doing real good with Android the company is not giving up on its very own Bada mobile operating system, as they have made yet another addition to the existing range of Bada products. It is the new Samsung Wave 578 (GT-S5780) which is a mid-range device but surprisingly comes with NFC (Near Field Communications) capabilities.

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ZTE introduces Skate Android phone

ZTE Corporation, a provider of telecommunications equipment and network solutions, unveiled its flagship Android smart phone Skate at the Barcelona GSMA Mobile World Congress 2011 on Monday.

 

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Sony PlayStation Phone Officially Launching at MWC

Sony Ericsson will officially unveil its highly anticipated ‘PlayStation phone’ at Mobile World Congress this year.

The Xperia Play features a 4in (854×480) display and a 1GHz processor, and runs Google’s Android version 2.3, which is also known as Gingerbread. Rather than a keyboard, the handset features a slide-out gamepad. Read the rest of this entry »

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Nokia E7 business phone released

Finland’s Nokia has announced that its E7 business smartphone has begun shipping in selected markets as of today, hopefully giving the company a little shot in the arm as it gears up for a life-or-death battle with the broader mobile phone and smartphone industry. And the E7 is sure pretty so look at, with a 4-inch AMOLED display, full QWERTY keypad, 16 GB of onboard memory, HDMI output, and an 8 megapixel camera capable of capturing high-definition video. But is the E7 enough to capture the attention of the business smartphone market in the face of competition from the likes of HTC, BlackBerry, Motorola, and Apple?
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Samsung Releases Wave 2 Bada phone on Korean market

Samsung Electronics announced it released the Wave 2 smartphone, operating on its proprietary mobile operating system Bada, for the first time here on Sunday, while making moves to gain a bigger share in the mid-tier smartphone market.
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AT&T Presents Motorola Atrix 4G Smartphone

Motorola made one of the biggest splashes at CES with its Atrix 4G Android phone that can also serve as a brains of a laptop dock or even as an entertainment dock to play high-def media into an HDTV.
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Three Samsung Galaxy phones has been released

The Galaxy craze does not stop as Samsung brings out their newest Galaxy line of phones.

These Samsung Galaxy midrange Android phones are namely (from left to right) Samsung Ace, Samsung Fit, Samsung Gio, and Samsung Mini.
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LG Optimus 2x has been shown at Thailand Mobile Expo 2011

The world’s first dual-core phone, the LG Optimus 2x, is being showcased this weekend at the Thailand Mobile Expo in Bangkok. In a special booth dedicated to the smartphone, consumers can experience the video performance of the handset on large HD monitors.
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Sony Ericsson XPERIA Neo Android phone leaked

UK site Techradar has published a full hands-on preview of the Sony Ericsson XPERIA Neo, previously codenamed Halon. The XPERIA Neo is expected to launch at Mobile World Congress (MWC) in Barcelona, which runs from 14 – 17 February and is a replacement for the Sony Ericsson Vivaz smartphone.
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Dell’s new smart phones in India

Aiming to enhance its presence in the smartphone segment, Dell unveiled two new phone products in its ‘mobility range’ based on Android and Windows Phone 7 operating systems.

Venue and Venue Pro -respectively priced at Rs 29,901 and Rs 34,901- would be targeted at young professionals who often juggle with work, on-the-go entertainment and social networking on a single device, said Dell India’s Executive Director and General Manager for consumer and SMB Mahesh Bhalla. Read the rest of this entry »

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