Tuesday, December 16th, 2008
This new Samsung Pixon, called the M8800, is a highly advanced mobile phone including a fantastic digital camera.
Samsung M8800 Pixon is already said to become one of the iPhone 3G competitors mostly due to the best touchscreen interface and good looks.
The M8800 camera phone comes with a fantastic camera, it delivers spectacular photos using the 3264×2448 pixel resolution, the camera also features autofocus, auto-panorama shot, face, advanced shake reduction, smile and blink detection camera. The Pixon comes with a secondary video call camera, a 3.2” QVGA(240×400pixels) 256K color TFT touchscreen, USB v2.0 microUSB, Bluetooth 2.0 with A2DP support, built-in GPS, geo-tagging feature, 200MB of internal memory and up to 8GB card slot, the MP4, MP3 and windows Media Player complete with surround sound system, the TV-out capability, FM radio, Java MIDP 2.0 and Office like programs.
Sunday, December 14th, 2008
Courtesy of Telus, the Motorola V750, a new flip phone, is on sale now. This mobile was built to meet the requirements of the U.S. military.
Motorola V750 is designed following the 810F military specifications which made it one the toughest and fiercest phones out there. This device is able to withstand a multitude of devastating factors, among which low pressure, low temperature, temperature shocks and high temperatures, contamination by rain, fluids, humidity, fungus and salt fog, Acidic Atmosphere, Pyroshock, Gunfire, and so on.
Wednesday, October 29th, 2008
HTC Touch HD will be available in the UK starting early November, exclusively through Orange.
This premium multimedia enhanced device features an extensive 3.8 inch, high resolution, widescreen WVGA touchscreen, 5 megapixel auto focus camera, Orange’s high speed data network (3G+), Orange’s mobile TV service, beautiful TouchFLO 3D user interface, a standard 3.5mm headphone jack,
Monday, October 20th, 2008
Sony Ericsson C905 Cyber-shot cameraphone was recently approved by the FCC. Unfortunately, this particular version does not include support for any U.S. 3G networks, only supporting EDGE and GSM (850/1900MHz).
Tuesday, October 14th, 2008
Not really that much is known about Sony Ericsson Filippa, the only hints we’ve got so far being some specs and several leaked photos.
The Filippa is rumored to be a new CyberShot phone that will, apparently, come in three colors, black, silver and peach. The new Sony Ericsson handset will pack a 3.2-inch display that will be scratch resistant, a 5 megapixel camera with autofocus and Xenon Flash, an M2 card slot, 140 MB of internal memory, QVGA video recording and TV out.
Monday, September 22nd, 2008
T-Mobile USA will release Motorola W450 sometime this fall. Though official announcement has not been released yet, the handset has recently been spotted in live images on the TmoNews forums.
Motorola W450 might also be named MotoACTV or Motorola W6 by T-Mobile.
According to the new leaked images, the new W450 will come in two color versions: orange and yellow.
Friday, September 19th, 2008
IAC S875, the very first “Java-enabled multi-standard mobile TV phone“, has been announced by Axel Technologies which is a Finnish company that develops mobile TV-related software and technologies.
The IAC S875 is created by Axel Technologies in collaboration with Inventec (a Taiwanese manufacturer) and RollTech Technology (a Taiwanese Java solution provider ).
Runing on Windows Mobile, the Mobile TV phone brings the following features: Axel’s Mobile TV Middleware and UI, 3G/HSDPA connectivity, RollTech’s Java Virtual Machine, DVB-H IPDC and OMA BCAST standards.
Thursday, September 18th, 2008
Nokia N79, the latest Nseries smartphone, has been approved by the FCC recently.
Coming in a candybar form factor, Nokia N79 brings the following features: quad-band GSM with GPRS and EDGE, dual-band HSDPA connectivity for data transfer speeds of up to 3.6 Mbps, a 2.4 inch TFT display with 240 x 320 pixels and 16 million colors, Symbian 9.3 S60 3rd Edition, a 5 Megapixel Carl Zeiss camera with auto focus, flash and video recording, accelerometer, a touch-sensitive navi heel, internal GPS, A-GPS, Wi-Fi, HTML browser, RSS feed reader, email and Instant Messaging, Music player (MP3, WMA, M4A, AAC and eAAC+ support) Video player, stereo FM radio with RDS and FM transmitter, a 3.5mm headset jack, TV out, document viewer and 50MB of built-in memory, microSD and microSDHC cards for up to 8GB (a 4GB card for free).
Monday, September 1st, 2008
AT&T released a new Windows Mobile 6.1 MOTO Q Global handset. The smartphone is all dressed-up in silver.
Like the original black MOTO Q Global, the new silver Q Global brings a wide range of business-oriented features, including: GSM and 3G global connectivity, GPS and AT&T Navigator, Mapquest Mobile a full QWERTY keyboard, BlackBerry Connect, DataViz Documents To Go, Office Mobile, Opera browser and so on. The smartphone also brings Good Mobile Messaging, threaded SMS, CrystalTalk technology, AT&T Mobile Music, XM radio, mobiTV, AT&T MEdiaNet, Wikimobile, an ebay application, a 2 Megapixel camera, expandable memory and a 750 mAh battery should offer up to 9 hours in talk-time mode or up to a whole month in stand-by mode.
The MOTO Q Global measures 4.65 x 2.63 x 0.47 inches, weighs 4.73 ounces.
AT&T is the exclusive US seller for the Silvery MOTO Q Global, and the carrier offers the smartphone for only $149.99, after a mail-in rebate and with a contract agreement for two years. The standard two-year contract price is of $249.99, while the no-contract one is of $399.99.
Sunday, August 31st, 2008
HTC Dream (or G1), the handset that runs on Google’s Android platform, is prepared by T-Mobile for a US release. A full list with its specs has showed up on the Web: