Archive for July, 2010

31
Jul

O2 has recently released the Sony Ericsson Xperia X10 Mini Pro in the UK. The phone features a QWERTY slider keypad, a 2.55-inch (240 x 320) capacitive touchscreen display, a 600MHz processor, a 5-megapixel AutoFocus camera, a full slide-out QWERTY keyboard, a microSD card slot (up to 16GB), 3G, GPS, WiFi and Bluetooth connectivity. The Sony Ericsson Xperia X10 Mini Pro is priced at £25/month. [UnwiredView]

Orginal post by Johan

Category : Cellphone Reviews | Blog
31
Jul

Motorola is ready to release the Motorola M511 in China. The phone features the Android 2.1 OS with MotoBlur, a full QWERTY keyboard, an integrated social networking services and a Sina application (Sina is the largest infotainment website in China). Other specs include 3G, Wi-Fi, WAPI, GPS, stereo Bluetooth, a 3.5mm headset jack, an FM radio, a 3MP camera, and a microSD card (up to 32GB). Additionally, the handset is additionally known as the Motorola FlipOut in Europe. The Motorola M511 should be available in China at authorized dealers starting the end of July 2010. [Motorola]

Orginal post by Johan

Category : Cellphone Reviews | Blog
31
Jul

The Almighty FCC has finally approved the ZTE A310 tri-band CDMA handset aka MSGM8 II. The phone supports a Bluetooth connectivity, a QWERTY keyboard for easy messaging, a tri-band CDMA radio, 3G running at 1700MHz AWS spectrum, a 1.3-megapixel camera, committed keys for the speakerphone and camera and a headset jack. There is no info on pricing or availability so far. [intomobile]

Orginal post by Johan

Category : Cellphone Reviews | Blog
31
Jul

Motorola has rolled out their newest touchscreen phone ‘EX300′ in Hong Kong and Taiwan. The handset sports a 2.8-inch 240 x 320 touchscreen display, a 2-megapixel camera, a front VGA camera, a microSD card slot, GPS, WiFi, a 1150mAh battery and supports both dual-band WCDMA (900/2100 MHz) as well as tri-band GSM/GPRS/EDGE (900/1800/1900 MHz) networks. The EX300 is sold for HK$1280 (about $165) in Hong Kong and NT$6680 (about $210) in Taiwan. [Motorola]

Orginal post by Isaiah

Category : Cellphone Reviews | Blog
31
Jul

Ever since the 2.2 FroYo update for Android OS was released, Android handset users have been anxiously waiting for news from the manufacturers of their device, to see when the update would be applied to their device. whether you are the owner of an (unbranded*) HTC Desire , soon after now is the day to rejoice, as HTC have stated that they will be rolling out the 2.2 update for the Desire across Europe, starting from that weekend. As well as including all the FroYo goodies, HTC have plus added a few extras of their own with an update to the HTC Sense UI.

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HTC Desire to Get Android 2.2 FroYo that Weekend

Orginal post by MarioRobertson84

Category : Cellphone News | Blog
31
Jul

Back when the iPhone 4 was first confirmed in June, one of the more interesting updates for UK consumers was the arrival of the iPhone on all 5 major UK networks, with both Three and T-Mobile joining O2, Vodafone and Orange supplying the iPhone 4 on their networks, as well as bringing the iPhone 3G S. nearly two months down the line now, and both Three and T-Mobile now have the device live to buy, from today.

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iPhone 4 launches on T-Mobile and Three today

Orginal post by Andrianq

Category : Cellphone News | Blog
31
Jul

The big thing in the mobile world these days is applications. The major smartphone platforms such as the iPhone , Android, Symbian and BlackBerry all offer centralised stores where you can download applications for your phone. The thing is, you don’t necessarily need a ’smartphone’ to be able to add applications to your device, as nearly all contemporary handsets come with support for java

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GetJar Users Downloading Three Million Apps Per Day

Orginal post by Andrianq

Category : Cellphone News | Blog