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Casio G'zOne Boulder Mil-Spec Cellphone Crammed with GPS, Compass, Lantern and More

Casio's G'zOne rugged-ass cellphone has been updated yet again, and this time it's called the Boulder. The Mil-Spec clamshell's got GPS, a 1.3MP camera, an LED lantern, microSD support and a digital compass in its shock-, dust- and water-resistant frame. The Boulder is out now in black or orange for $130 after 2-year Verizon Wireless contract and $50 mail-in rebate, full press release down below. [Verizon]

BASKING RIDGE, N.J. – The company with the nation’s most reliable wireless network today introduced the G’zOne Boulder™ – the newest Push to Talk phone that is exclusively available through Verizon Wireless. This rough and tough phone is built to military specifications to withstand shock, water and dust environments. The G’zOne Boulder provides customers with access to Verizon Wireless’ Push to Talk service that uses the company’s Evolution-Data Optimized (EV-DO) Revision A (Rev. A) network to ensure customers can get their jobs done quickly and efficiently. Packaged in two smart-looking finishes – black and silver or orange – the G’zOne Boulder is now available online at and through business sales channels. The phone will be available in Verizon Wireless Communications Stores in mid-August.

Leveraging EV-DO Rev. A technology, Push to Talk from Verizon Wireless provides customers with fast two-way communication – all with the assurance of a reliable network so customers can instantly connect to colleagues and friends. Additionally, the G’zOne Boulder supports a number of productivity tools and entertainment services from Verizon Wireless including VZ NavigatorSM, Field Force Manager, V CAST Music with Rhapsody and V CAST Video.

The G’zOne Boulder comes with the following features and capabilities:

* Rugged design that meets military specifications – 810F standards for water, shock and dust resistance; immersion; vibration, salt fog; humidity; solar radiation; altitude; and low and high temperature storage
* Flashlight
* Electronic compass
* VZ Navigator-capable – audible maps, turn-by-turn directions and location information to more than 14 million points of interest that customers can share with others
* Field Force Manager-capable – a resource management tool that provides businesses with the ability to locate, monitor and communicate with their mobile field workers
* 1.3 megapixel camera to conveniently capture an afternoon hike or a night on the town
* V CAST Music with Rhapsody-capable – download music directly to the phone from a library of more than 5 million songs and get the master copy of the song on a PC free of digital rights management software that restricts how and where music can be played. Customers can also sync favorite tracks, albums and playlists from a PC.
* Music player for .mp3, .wma, unprotected .aac and unprotected .aac+ formats
* Create and manage playlists and sync music from a PC to the G’zOne Boulder
* Carry music on an optional microSD™ card up to 8 GB (microSD card sold separately)
* Supports the following Bluetooth® profiles – headset, hands-free (car kits), dial-up networking, advanced audio distribution profile (stereo), audio/visual remote control profile, object push profile for vCard, object exchange profiles for phonebook access profiles, generic audio/video distribution profile, audio/visual distribution protocol, and audio/visual control transport protocol
* Advanced speech recognition with dedicated voice dial key
* Alarm clock, calculator, calendar, stop watch, countdown, timer, world clock, electronic compass
* Voice commands
* Speakerphone with dedicated speakerphone key
* Bilingual interface – English and Spanish language
* Phonebook with up to 500 entries with multiple contacts
* TTY compatible
* Hearing aid compatibility = M4/T4
* Display:
o Main: 2.0” 240 x 320 TFT display with up to 65K colors
o External: 1.2” 96 x 96 Mono STN display
* Dimensions: 3.9” x 2.0” x 0.9”
* Weight: 4.9 ounces
* SAR:
o Head: 1.04 W/kg
o Body: 0.489 W/kg
* Usage time: up to 214 minutes or
* Standby time: up to 63 hours

The G’zOne Boulder is available for $129.99 after a $50 mail-in rebate and a new two-year customer agreement. Corporate discount pricing is available. In addition, customers may choose to purchase the G’zOne Boulder without a camera in silver and black, available today through business sales channels and through the company’s online store.

Verizon Wireless customers can add Unlimited Push to Talk to their G’zOne Boulder for $5 per month, per line to any Nationwide voice plan.

For more information about Verizon Wireless products and services, visit a Verizon Wireless Communications Store, call 1-800-2 JOIN IN or go to Business customers should call 1-800-VZW-4BIZ or contact their Verizon Wireless Business Sales Representative.

Motorola Atila - Moto’s touchscreen answer to Apple’s iPhone 3G

Meet the Motorola Atila. This here all-touchscreen handset is reportedly Motorola’s touchy-feely answer to Apple’s iPhone 3G. The Motorola Atila is apparently borne of the same gene pool that created the Motorola Alexander. Thankfully, the Motorola Atila that you see pictured here nixes that too-weird sliding QWERTY keyboard on the Motorola Alexander.

The Motorola Atila boasts a quad-band (850/900/1800/1900Mhz) GSM/EDGE radio with a right-proper tri-band (850/1900/2100Mhz) UMTS/HSPA radio that should have the touchscreen device pulling down wireless data at true-blue 3G data speeds. Following on the Motorola MOTOZINE ZN5’s abysmal lack of 3G data connectivity, we’re glad to see that Moto is pulling out all the stops and actually endowing their iPhone 3G-fighter with high-speed data speeds.

And, to take things right to the iPhone’s doorstep, the Motorola Atila will reportedly feature a 2.8-inch QVGA touchscreen display. Add to that some WiFi, Windows Mobile 6.1 and 7.2Mbps HSDPA with 1.8Mbps HSUPA for broadband-like data speeds on both the downstream and uplink, and you’ve got the makings of a seriously competent smartphone. The Motorola Atila even sports a design aesthetic the likes of which we haven’t seen from Motorola in a while. Whether the Motorola Atila can prove to capture a significant share of the touchscreen smartphone market, where handsets like the iPhone 3G, HTC Touch Diamond, and Sony Ericsson XPERIA X1 are expected to reign king, remains to be seen.

Here’s a quick rundown of the Motorola Atila’s spec sheet:
Windows Mobile 6.1 Professional
Qualcomm 7201A chipset
Quad-band (850/900/1800/1900Mhz) GSM/EDGE
Tri-band (850/1900/2100MHz) UMTS/HSPA
7.2Mbps HSDPA, 1.8Mbps HSUPA
WiFi b/g
2.8? QVGA 240 x 320 screen
1130mAh battery

High-end Samsung i7110 leaked Symbian powered

Whilst not as high-end as Samsung’s recently announced INNOV8 eight MP cameraphone, the leaked i7110 seems to be a pretty decent phone.

Though, it’s not currently known if it boasts either Wi-Fi or GPS, the relatively short known specs list is as follows:
Five megapixel camera, with LED Flash
QVGA display, showing up to 262K colors
Symbian OS
Memory card slot (presumably MicroSD)
Extras: Optical mouse – ala i900 Omnia (allows moving a mouse pointer around the screen by pressing the navigation key), FM Radio, and Bluetooth

Sony Ericsson depletes stash of product names, announces slim T700 phone

Yippee, it's T700 day at Sony. First they launched the DSC-T700 digicam, now the T700 cellphone. The T700 candybar is mostly phone though with a smattering of camera just for kicks. We're talking quad-band GSM and UMTS/HSDPA 2100 with 4.5-hours of 3G talk and a 3.2 megapixel camera with cell-id geotagging and photo light. It measures just 10-mm thin with Bluetooth A2DP, stereo speakers, 2-inch TFT LCD, and 512MB of Memory Stick Micro (M2) storage tossed in the box. Available in "select markets" in Q4 for what's expected to be a middling price tag.

Sony Ericsson G705 leaked!

What we have here is the still unannounced Sony Ericsson G705.
From what we can tell, it’s a mid-range slider running a A2 (A200) platform and also boasting a 3.2 megapixel camera.
And that’s about all we know at this stage.
However, it’s fair to add it will also come with Bluetooth support, some media player, as well as Memory Stick Micro (M2) expansion slot.
We’ll report more as soon as we get some additional info. In the meantime, check out more photos after the jump.

Hands-on Samsung Omnia i900 (Windows Mobile powered)

iPhone hype be damned.
Samsung isn't about to sit back and watch Apple and HTC steal the stage this year with the iPhone 3G and HTC Touch Diamond.
South Korea's handset manufacturing giant is preparing their Samsung Omnia i900 to go head-to-head with the big-guns from Apple and HTC.
And, with features like:

3.2-inch touchscreen
Divx certification (with H.263, H.264 support)
5 megapixel camera with face-detection and geo-tagging
Quad-band GSM (850/900/1800/1900Mhz) radio
HSDPA (7.2Mbps)
Bluetooth 2.0
8GB or 16GB of onboard storage microSDHC for up to 16GB of additional storage
FM radio (with RDS)

The 12.5mm thick Samsung Omnia is surely going to give Apple a run for its iPhone 3G-money.
AT&T is rumored to be picking up this handsome handset in Q3 2008, and Germany is slated to take shipment of the Omnia in August.

So, with the Samsung Omnia i900 spec'ed-out in production-trim,
the::unwired has posted a hands-on review of the Samsung Omnia with the finalized software on board.
Samsung's Windows Mobile overlay tries its best to bring the aging Windows Mobile platform up to date on the touchscreen tip, but falls short. Otherwise, the Omnia's feature-set is definitely not something to brush aside - this thing is a powerhouse.

In the end, the::unwired came away impressed with the handset's powerful feature-set and sleek styling.
But, the custom Windows Mobile touch-UI from Samsung isn't quite up to snuff among competitors like
HTC's TouchFLO 3D UI that we've seen on the HTC Touch Diamond.

Head on over to the::unwired for the full review.
There's also a video of the Omnia's UI in action here.

Samsung i8510 announced, re-named INNOV8 (Symbian)

Tech specs are as follows:
Connectivity: Quad-band GSM, and dual-band WCDMA
Operating System: Symbian 9.3 S60 3rd Edition FP2
Display: 2.8", QVGA resolution showing up to sixteen million colours

Camera: Eight megapixels, with autofocus, image stabilization and face, smile, and blink detection, Dual LED Flash
Video recording: QVGA @ 120 fps or VGA @ 30fps, with built-in editor

Memory: comes in two types – one with 8, and one with 16GB internal memory, both expandable with Micro SDHC – up to 16GB cards, ala the i900
Extras: Built-in GPS receiver and accelerometer, Bluetooth version 2.0, with A2DP support,stereo speakers, with 3D sound, DivX video playback, Wi-Fi, FM Radio, with RDS, DLNA, 3.5 mm jack

Dimensions: 106.5x53.9x17.2 mm
Battery: 1200 mAh

 :o :o :o :o :o :o :o :o :o :o :o :o :o :o :o :o :o

Japanese iPhone 3G magazines for your reading pleasure

At least that’s what we can infer from the new Japanese magazines dedicated to the barely month-old iPhone 3G.
There are undoubtedly a good number of Japanese feature-phone fans that just can’t justify leaving behind their
NFC- and mobile TV-enabled devices for the iPhone 3G.
But, with no less than four different iPhone 3G magazines gracing Japanese newsstands, it’s clear that there’s a healthy iPhone 3G market in japan.

For comparison, the US - one of the largest iPhone 3G markets -  doesn’t have a single magazine dedicated to the iPhone 3G.
Sure, there are Mac publications that cover the iPhone 3G, but those print publications cover much more in the Apple-world than just the second-generation handset.

So, when are the iPhone 3G magazines going to hit the US? Um, do online publications count?

RIM Blackberry 8210/8220 specs leaked

Internet retailer Expansys has leaked Blackberry's upcoming 8210 handset - the company's first Blackberry to utilise the clamshell form factor.
Images have been surfacing for a while, but now, this is the first time full, seemingly official specs have been leaked...albeit not by RIM themselves,
but, there you go. On the site, there is the 8210, and 8220 handset, the only difference being is that the 8210 features A-GPS,
whereas the 8220 features Wi-Fi connectivity. Both handsets will be available in both black, or red colour schemes.

Tech specs are as follows:
Connectivity: Quad band GSM
Display: Internal: 2.6", QVGA resolution, exterior: 128 x 160 pixels resolution
Camera: 2 MP, with autofocus, and LED Flash
Memory: 75MB internal, with MicroSD HC slot
Extras: Bluetooth 2.0, Micro USB connector, A-GPS (8210), Wi-Fi (8220)
Battery: 900 mAh,
Dimensions: 101.6 x 50.8 x 17.18 mm,
Weight: 101.2 grams

Samsung showcases YA-SBR510 Bluetooth speaker

Samsung already loosed a 3-channel Bluetooth speaker earlier this year, but apparently, one just isn't enough. The company has now introduced its YA-SBR510 over in South Korea, which streams audio from BT-enabled players and includes a 3.5-millimeter auxiliary jack for hooking up just about everything else. A tad pricey at €150 ($222), but it's a total bargain should it come bundled with that oh-so-furry rug. Sammy, care to comment?

Samsung's YA-BS900 Hyper 3-channel Bluetooth speaker gets official

Recall that curious "3-channel" speaker we peeked back in November? Turns out, Samsung was saving the good stuff for CES, and now we're being blessed with a whole heap of official details. The YA-BS900 speaker automatically connects to your BT-enabled PMP / handset / etc. and features Bluetooth 2.1, a motion detector to power on the system when a paired device comes near, 30-watts of power and a USB port for playing tunes stored on a flash drive. Furthermore, it even boasts automatic volume reduction when a call comes in on your paired mobile, and while the onboard touch controls are fine and dandy, we'd certainly take advantage of that remote if we were you. Sadly, this beauty won't be available for two more months, and as if that weren't depressing enough, it'll cost you a staggering $399 when March finally does roll around.

i199BLK High-fidelity multimedia system with BluePin for your iPod

Model: i199BLK
Made for:
iPod - touch, classic, nano, 5G, nano 2G

Enjoy some wireless give-and-take with this mini audio system
   What it brings to you is clear quality sound using jAuraTM acoustic speaker technology playing music from your iPod, CDs, MP3 CDs, USB or AM/FM radio. What you bring is music from an audio device, computer, mobile phone, etc. designed with Bluetooth wireless technology and,
thanks to the BluePinTM wireless audio transmitter/receiver, that too can be played through the system.
In return, you can listen to music in your room wirelessly on headphones or speakers equipped with Bluetooth wireless technology.
It\\\'s give-and-take. Your music can put you to sleep or wake you up and you can always know the song title and artist on an MP3 track if it has an ID3 tag.
With the AV output, you can even send video content from your iPod to a TV. This system gives you a lot, and you can give a little something in return.

KDDI's Concept Cellphone is Half Transformer, Half Musical Box

The KDDI AU Design Project bunch over in Japan have stumped up with this latest concept phone for music cellphones of the future. And it blends two things we like a Giz: funky cellphone tech and Transformers. In fact Box To Play is less "robot in disguise," and more "hi-fi in disguise" because when it's a phone, it's a normal phone--keypad, camera and such--but when it transforms it's its own speaker system with a graphical visualizer around its faces. Neat, and exactly the sort of innovative design I'd like to see in future phones. Check out the movie of the concept in action at the KDDI link.

8 megapixel LG KC910 announced, comes with Wi-Fi and GPS

Today LG announced their latest touch-based all-in-one phone - the LG KC910.
Coming as a successor of the widely popular LG KU990 Viewty, the KC910 is a real multimedia powerhouse, packing a whole load of extras.

Equipped with an 8 megapixel auto focus camera the LG KC910 is the first feature phone of the company to sport Wi-Fi connectivity.
In addition it extends the functionality of the Viewty with GPS, which allows geo-tagging of the photos.

The camera of theKC910 uses Schneider-Kreuznach optics and has a protective cover.
The sweet VGA videos at 30 fps and slow motion 120 fps QVGA videos are also there.
A xenon flash is also on board to facilitate photography in low-light conditions.
The display of the new LG will be a 3" 262K color one with a resolution of 240 x 400 pixels.

Connectivity is also duly covered in the LG KC910, which has support for all the four GSM bands.
3G with HSDPA is also available and so are Bluetooth and USB.
The final extras of the KC910 include microSD card slot, TV-out support, Xvid and DivX video playback and Dolby sound for the music.

All in all, the LG KC910 is rather similar to the other recently announced 8 megapixel phones as far as the specs sheets are concerned.
The Samsung i8510 INNOV8 and the Sony Ericsson C905 are on par with the KC910,
except for the lack of touchscreen functionality and the fact that the Samsung packs Symbian OS.
Also, LG KC910 is only 14mm thick as opposed to 17.2mm of the INNOV8 and 19.5mm of the C905.

LG KC910 is expected to hit the shelves as early as October this year. Unfortunately, there is no information regarding its pricing yet.
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Re: My phone > iPhone
« Reply #571 on: August 25, 2008, 02:43:17 AM »

The 01phone (?)

Here it is folks, the handset of your dreams!
A sexy touchscreen device with a slide-out laser projector keyboard, 32 GB of internal storage, 3G and a 5 megapixel camera are among the specs.
Amazing right? T3 got the scoop on this little puppy this past Friday and it looks like a hell of a contender.
But wait. There is no reference on the 01 website in terms of who the manufacturer might be and no specs are given at all.
In fact, all there is on the site is a countdown timer. So umm, how did T3 get the specs on this bad boy?
Oh yeah, that’s right… It’s fake. A quick whois shows that the 01 Phone website was registered by the British company Future Publishing.
Yeah they also happen to run T3, the site that got the scoop on this amazingly fake handset.
So there are one of two possibilities as far as we can tell:
Either this tiny gadget blog is pulling a Techcrunch and getting into the hardware manufacturing business, or this is a pretty unethical attempt to boost traffic.
As such we’re not even going to link them. That’s not to say that you shouldn’t check them out of course.
In fact, we have word that next week they may run a scoop on an upcoming $200 UMPC with 10GB of RAM, a 2 TB hard drive and an integrated dish washer.

Too bad it´s probably fake  :-\

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Re: My phone > iPhone
« Reply #572 on: August 25, 2008, 09:39:11 AM »

Nokia launches the N79 and N85

Nokia promised us two new handsets today, and just as we heard last week, it's the N85 and N79. Not a lot of surprises with the N85 since it popped in the FCC database a couple weeks ago and started appearing in the wild: 2.6-inch AMOLED screen, GPS, five megapixel cam, N-Gage compatibility, 8GB of microSDHC storage, WiFi, and a 28-hour music playback battery life. The N79 replaces the N78, similarly bumping the cam to the big five em-pees with a dual-LED flash, GPS, 4GB microSDHC storage, WiFi, swappable back covers, and a 24-hour music playback battery life. Should be out in the UK as of next month, but we're hoping to see these hit our fair shores posthaste. N79 pictured after the break.

AOL’s AIM client for Windows Mobile exits beta stage

AOL has recently announced that its AIM Windows Mobile client is out of beta. The application is perfect for those who rely heavily on AIM for their instant messaging activities.

Not surprisingly, AOL touts the app as the one that provides users with “best-in-class experience.” Features include real-time status updates and contacts management (Buddy List and Buddy Groups); plus it [the application] can be used to send text messages to mobile users in the U.S. — a feature that could potentially bring significant cost savings to some people.

To download AIM for Windows Mobile, hop over to in your mobile browser, click on “Products”, then “AIM for Windows Mobile!”, and you’re ready to go. Alternatively, you can visit this page on AOL’s website and download the “.cab” file to your computer, and then install it on your Windows Mobile smartphone.

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Re: My phone > iPhone
« Reply #573 on: August 25, 2008, 09:56:43 AM »

XPERIA X1 - first Windows Mobile device by Sony Ericsson REVIEW

Due to historical reasons, the WM platform has been largely attributed with being a niche solution should we judge on a global scale encompassing the whole telecom market. The sales of WM products remain on a stably low level despite of all Microsoft’s efforts to promote WM (which might look a bit strange given the variety of vendors designing WM products). The most notable WM vendor, HTC, can hardly compete with any of the top five telecom vendors from Nokia to Sony Ericsson. Sony Ericsson and Samsung have recently increased their activity in the WM segment, taking an interest in developing WM-based models.

The Korean giant has presented the top-class i900 model equipped with a 5 Mp camera, fit enough to challenge even Touch Diamond by HTC (see Samsung i900 Omnia/WiTu, first impressions. Comparison with Diamond and iPhone). Sony Ericsson are making a landfall on the WM market niche, launching their brand new XPERIA product line comprising a number of PDA models, of which X1 is planned to be the first to see the daylight. The gadget is remarkable for being ODM-produced by HTC and has a close native analog Touch Pro tailored and sold by HTC themselves. The former is a premium-class PDA equipped with a keyboard (see Sony Ericsson C905 and XPERIA X1, first impressions).

Comparisons between Sony Ericsson XPERIA X1 and HTC Touch Pro are a well expected and natural thing; still, something very important should be kept in mind: positioning, which brings up explainable differences in implementation of certain features. SE think that X1 ought to be a marriage between luxury and technology, standing for an extensive use of metal, a grotesque form factor (concave slider) and so on.

An important difference from the ODM counterpart is also concealed in the software platform. The graphics shell of XPERIA looks very elegant and promising; the additional available software makes even a bigger difference from the closest competitor. Hardware differences are also numerous, primarily consisting in a different screen but not limited exclusively to that, so making statements about copying or even plagiarism is senseless.

Design and Ergonomics

Design makes a strong part of the model, producing a very pleasant impression. Metal is rarely seen in use as far as Windows Mobile models are concerned; no other WM model has been previously spotted to simultaneously feature metal on the sides, front and back panels. At the same time, the handset weighs even less than Touch Pro. Sony Ericsson’s brainchild uses a horizontal slider form factor and comes in two alternate color versions – black and metallic.

The design is very neutral, featuring a few geometrical patterns in the area of the navigation block below the screen. Side pieces have a chrome coating, the face panel combines glossy and matte surfaces (more on the matte side, also dominant on the back surface) Certain parts sport a grinded metal texture. Looks really cool in real life, the metal adding a posh touch to the whole thing. The available test samples feature a high quality of assembly, which may improve even further in the final commercial build. The sliding mechanism is incredibly smooth. X1, if not up to the highest of premium product standards, at least makes a perfect image phone, which is a very rare occurrence in the world of Windows Mobile products. Even the existing hi-end WM handsets are by and large made of plastic with few to no metal pieces.

Glossy areas are only seen on the face panel, which is a very practical point: you don’t have to fight the grease and fingerprints all the time. The measurements and weight are next to optimal, the handset neatly fits the hand. The menu navigation controls isn’t really handy though, for the convenience was sacrificed to the good looks (and strict geometrical shapes in particular) The button seemed a bit too small-sized for our comfort. After a week of usage or so you end up getting used to the small inconveniences, and stray keystrokes become more and more rare. On the other hand, you get just as many buttons as you would want to have, unlike the well-known models by Samsung and E-TEN which seemed to have too few dedicated buttons for miscellaneous functions. For instance, the bottom left button serves to open the panel launcher, which is to be described in a later section of this article.

What we didn’t really like about X1 was the main keyboard. The buttons feel loose and you can’t always feel if a button was pressed or not. We hope this will get fixed by the release day. The backlight is perfect though: bright enough to eliminate any possible inconvenience when you work in the dark. A brightly colored LED light works as the best reminder so you won’t ever miss a message. Talking in advance, we’d mention that Touch Pro still has a much better keyboard, which is the biggest advantage over the Swedish-Japanese competitor. For the rest of the aspects, X1 is leading and we are going to prove that.

The keyboard of X1 comprises 42 buttons, one of which serves as a shortcut to the standard WM menu. All the keys are grouped in four roughs and well-segmented. The navigation panel consists of 6 buttons plus the central joystick button with the standard four ‘arrow’ directions. Such a large number of buttons was a reason to reduce the size of an individual key, resulting in damage to ergonomics. The backlight of the navigation block is quite good though.

The central area of the navigation button (in a manner reminiscent of Samsung i900) also plays the role of a touchpad. You can bring up the manipulator window on the screen or simply scroll windows with a move of the finger – roughly this is an equivalent of a scroll wheel. A corresponding menu of settings is available, allowing for advanced tweaking of this feature. The solution is becoming increasingly popular in the circle of WM-based solutions.

The edge-positioned elements didn’t leave us disappointed; the most memorable feature is the 3.5 mm audio jack which has never been seen in SE products previously (save for a few ODM budget models which had almost no real influence on the market) and still is a rare occurrence among WM products. Moreover, the data cable slot is of a standard miniUSB type which is another plus. The memory expansion slot is hidden beneath the battery bay cover, also being of a standard microSD type instead of SE’s favorite M2 format.

The camera is located at the bottom end of the lower slider part, there’s no lens guard. So it’s highly advisable to avoid even the slightest physical impact. Talking in advance we’d mention that contrary to the rumors, the camera unit is distinctly different from the one installed on Touch Pro, offering a better quality of the photos. It will receive more attention in a later section of this article.

XPERIA panel

The basic shell providing access to all other applications used in X1 is an advanced finger-operated launcher utilizing every possibility originating from the touch technology support. Currently it’s the only solution capable of competition with TouchFLO 3D by HTC; the rest of pretender are much weaker, even considering the widget system seen on some Samsung phones. The SE corporation successfully implemented the interesting idea of active panels. In the current state of development, the application has few possibilities yet its potential is immense; it’s up to the company to shape the solution into something more challenging in the future incarnations.

The general idea is that the screen contains nine thumbnails which can be rotated all around in any imaginable fashion. The trick is that all the thumbnails remain simultaneously active – that is, any process running in a thumbnailed window affects the thumbnail image as it would do in a fullscreen mode – the progress bars, status indicators and other dynamic elements change accordingly so there’s no difference from the standard view mode. You are even able to watch the progress of a slowly loading web page right in a thumbnail of a web browser window.

It takes a lot of computing power to keep the whole 9 thumbnails active, yet the HTC powerful hardware platform copes with the task without problems. Lags occur only occasionally, yet in an amount not exceeding the slight lagginess of TouchFLO 3D earlier observed in pre-sale samples; until all the optimizations are done for the final version of the product, we can’t come to a final verdict on this point. The 256 Mb of RAM is a very big amount for a WM smartphone, and currently the XPERIA panel application consumes less memory than TouchFLO 3D does.

The default set of panels includes:

• Sony Ericsson panel – a panel to read news, weather, finance, world clock and shortcuts to communication and applications.
• Media Experience panel – center for viewing and playing multimedia files.
• Slideshow panel – slideshow of recently taken videos and photos.
• Microsoft Today panel – this panel is the actual Microsoft today screen.
• 3D Fish panel – a panel that showcases the 3D features of the phone; a fish tank with 3D fishes.
• FM radio panel - a panel to access your FM radio straight.
• Google panel - provides access to all GOogle services.

Also it’s possible to add custom user panels. Among the existing panels 3D Fish is the most remarkable feature – the inhabitants of the fish tank lively react to stylus touches. Tapping on a single fish will likely repel it, while slashing a track will bring the whole fish school along the drawn pathline. Here’s a small video covering the possibilities offered by the exclusive launcher and its individual panels:

HTC seems to offer a more advanced launcher shell, a feel of rawness can still be felt around X1. However the potential of the concept is great and leaves a vast margin for future developments. As for now, it’s a not too functional, yet effective looking solution. Next year we shall see a reworked version of the application which is going to challenge HTC on par, or even excel their work.

Storage, Screen, Connectivity

The gadget is equipped with a 256 Mb of RAM and 512 Mb of Rom, of which about 400 Mb is available to the user. As it was mentioned above, a microSD memory extension slot is available.

The screen is nearly ideal – a large 3’’ matrix supporting a 800x480 resolution. The picture quality is amazingly high – all the details are clear-cut and bright, sporting wide view angles. The screen of X1 displays a good resistance to the direct sunlight, the screen image fades off but slightly. The only observable flow is the necessity of additional software support for the non-canon 800x480 resolution, some of the applications failed to launch in a correct viewmode and it will take the software developers for some time to address the issue.

The connectivity part of X1 is based on the high-potential Qualcomm platform, which results in rich variety of hardware features including even an FM tuner with RDS support. The device is designed to operate in GSM 850/900/1800/1900 & UMTS 850/1900/2100 networks, supports GPRS/EDGE as well as HSDPA.

The wireless communication is done with the help of onboard Bluetooth 2.0 + EDR (Enhanced Data Rate) and Wi-Fi units. Both modules work perfectly; we had no problem handling them over the course of our tests. The A2DP profile enjoys a perfect implementation – the wireless headset audio sports a high volume and quality, the connection is rarely if ever released (we can’t recall a single instance). The following miscellaneous Bluetooth profiles are supported:

- File Transfer
- Generic Access
- Generic Object Exchange
- Handsfree
- Headset
- Object Push
- Personal Area Networking
- Serial Port
- A2DP
- Audio/Video Remote Control
- SAP (SIM card access profile)

Global Positioning is based off Google Maps software, just like in the case of HTC. The signal quality is remarkably high, standing up to the standards established by Touch Pro – the identity of the base chipset tells for itself, the same goes to radio functionality.

CPU, camera, battery

The hardware side of X1 bases off a Qualcomm MSM7201A chipset with a mounted 528 MHz CPU. That’s not the quickest CPU on today’s market, yet it provides high performance rates. It’s a bit too early to publish the scores achieved in synthetic benchmarks because there would be little correspondence to the real-life performance of the final commercial version. The only thing we can say for sure right now is that the solution has enough computing power for accomplishing the majority of typical tasks.

A genuine type of camera is used in this model; the quality is better than in Touch Pro. The photos are comparable to others taken with this kind of 3.2 Mp unit by the same manufacturer, no surprises ahead. The following photo resolutions are available:

- 3 MP (2048x1536)
- 3 MP Wide (2048x1280)
- 2 MP (1600x1200)
- 2 MP Wide (1600x992)
- 1 MP (1024x768)
- 1 MP Wide (1024x640)
- VGA (640x480)
- VGA Wide (640x400)
- QVGA (320x240)
- QVGA Wide (320x192)

The currently available sample doesn’t bear the final version of the camera, the camera firmware is still being developed and constantly update. As for now, the image quality is just fine. The 5 Mp PDAs are still ahead, yet all of those are plain candy bars. Inside its native niche (e.g. against the background of Touch Pro) this model looks a clear winner.

X1 is powered by a high-capacity 1500 mAh battery. The manufacturer claims a 3.5 hours full recharge cycle, 10 hours of talktime and 580 hours of standby in GSM networks. Our test results are too raw to do any judgment because of the unfinished state of the model, which is yet to appear in its final version, so we won’t be quoting any numbers until the finalized version becomes available. As for now, a full battery charge is enough to keep the device online for roughly two days of moderate duty cycle, which so far is great for a WM device.

Software Package

The software functionality of X1 is based off the Windows Mobile 6.1 Professional operating system, a review of which available on our site (see Windows Mobile 6.1 Professional Base Functionality Review). The standard features of the preinstalled software package are currently being discussed, the only sure points on the list are Opera 9.5 as an alternative to IE, an RSS reader and Google Maps global positioning application. There are few coincidences on this front with the software package of the HTC product. The panel launcher is the most characteristic feature of the software platform, presenting a serious commercial trump; still SE seems to able to beat even that. We wonder what will happen when the next version comes out.

Market Outlook

Considering the generally low demand for Windows Mobile PDA phones, the two models can only expect a very moderate popularity, the situation aggravated by the high prices. The brand power factor combined with a number of objective advantages (the screen, audio out, the use of metal) make X1 a more remarkable solution, so it’s bound to enjoy some extra attention on the market. Yet it will never become a mass product.

It would be logical to design the next PDA in a candy bar form factor in order to cover a larger audience; that’s exactly what is planned for the following XPERIA model, which is to appear by the end of the year. It will finally reach retail stores by the start of the next year, more than a year after the announce of the closest HTC Touch Diamond. Sony Ericsson are doing their best to minimize the time gap between the announces of original HTC products and corresponding ODM developments for SE.

Comparison to HTC Touch Pro

As it was mentioned for a few times, HTC is the real-life manufacturer of Sony Ericsson XPERIA X1, yet the implementation and market positioning make a huge difference between the two models. Moreover, Touch Pro will become available in retail sale by the second fortnight of September while the competitor still has no established release date which may extend into the next year as well.

The strong sides of X1 are a metallic casing, the high mobility (compact size and small weight), a large screen, a 3.5 mm audio jack, a high-capacity battery and a high quality camera. Touch Pro is notable for a better software compatibility (a canonic screen resolution), a more user friendly launcher and WM extensions, a TV-out, a more convenient keyboard and the availability of hardware 3D acceleration.

All of this put together makes clear what the difference in positioning would be like: the practical Touch sporting a handy keyboard vs. the ambitious-looking, fashionable XPERIA clad in metal. The starting price for X1 is lower, yet a number of price reductions for Pro are bound to occur prior to the release of the competitive product.

SMAPE's opinion

Sony Ericsson XPERIA X1 is a very specific, yet an efficient PDA. It would make a great choice for those looking for a WM PDA sporting just as much computing power and versatility as fashionable looks, equipped with a QWERTY keyboard (yet not the handiest around). All in all, the product appears to be a balanced solution, on of the best in its class. Final conclusions will be drawn upon testing a next-to-final sample later in autumn. The currently available sample makes a great Christmas gift provided that SE fixes the spotted weaknesses on time, without pushing the release date into the next year.

+ Stylish design, original form factor
+ High quality of materials and assembly
+ Large high-definition screen
+ Long battery life
+ 3.5 mm audio jack
+ XPERIA panels firmware launcher
+ Powerful CPU, 256 Mb of RAM
+ Wi-Fi and GPS, as well as an FM tuner
- High price
- Challengeable keyboard ergonomics
- Non-canon screen resolution
- No TV-out
- No hardware 3D acceleration

Sony Ericsson XPERIA X1 is a very specific, yet an efficient PDA. It would make a great choice for those looking for a WM PDA sporting just as much computing power and versatility as fashionable looks, equipped with a QWERTY keyboard (yet not the handiest around). All in all, the product appears to be a balanced solution, on of the best in its class. Final conclusions will be drawn upon testing a next-to-final sample later in autumn. The currently available sample makes a great Christmas gift provided that SE fixes the spotted weaknesses on time, without pushing the release date into the next year.

 Stylish design, original form factor
 High quality of materials and assembly
 Large high-definition screen
 Powerful CPU, 256 Mb of RAM
 Wi-Fi and GPS, as well as an FM tuner
 XPERIA panels firmware launcher
 3.5 mm audio jack
 Long battery life

 High price
 Challengeable keyboard ergonomics
 Non-canon screen resolution
 No TV-out
 No hardware 3D acceleration

Author: Dmitry Ryabinin,

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« Reply #574 on: August 26, 2008, 06:32:29 PM »

HTC rolls out Windows Mobile 6.1 ROM update for AT&T Tilt (Kaiser)

Sure, the HTC TyTn II (Kaiser) has already been playing nice with the Windows Mobile 6.1 ROM for some time now, courtesy of HTC. But, those of you with AT&T’s own-branded version of the HTC Kaiser - the AT&T Tilt - have had to wait for AT&T and HTC to join forces and roll-out a carrier-branded version of the Windows Mobile 6.1 ROM. That wait, dear Kaiser-users, is now over.

AT&T and HTC have finally made good on their promise (well, more like our expectations) to bring AT&T Tilt users the long-awaited Windows Mobile 6.1 ROM update. The new WM6.1 ROM brings new features and functionality to the AT&T Tilt:
Windows Mobile 6.1
HTC Home Screen
Video Share Calling
Threaded SMS
MS Voice Command
OneNote Mobile
Remote Desktop Monitor
Enroll Domain
Managed Programs
PTT Button now available for reassignment under Start>Settings>Buttons.

What are you waiting for? Head on over to HTC and grab the WM6.1 update for your AT&T Tilt already!

HTC S740 - Touch Diamond without a touch

HTC today announced a new smartphone - S740. The new device packs everything the Touch Diamond has except for the touch — Windows Mobile 6.1 Standard rather than Professional edition is used. It also dumps VGA screen for QVGA, but adds 12-key numeric keypad on top of the slide-out QWERTY Keyboard.

The HTC S740 specifications:
Networks: WCDMA/HSDPA: 900/2100 MHz for EU and Asia
Chipset: Qualcomm MSM7225, 528 MHz
GSM/GPRS/EDGE: 850/900/1800/1900 MHz
Maximum speed: upload = 384 kbps; download = 3.6/7.2 Mbps
Camera: 3.2MP, with the second VGA camera for video calling
Operating system: Windows Mobile 6.1 Standard
Display: 2.4-inch QVGA screen
Camera: 3.2 megapixel with fixed focus
Internal memory: 256 MB flash; 256 MB RAM
Memory card: microSD
Bluetooth: 2.0 with EDR
WLAN: 802.11b/g
Interface: HTC ExtUSB (mini-USB and audio jack in one; USB 2.0 High-Speed)
Battery: 1000 mAh
Talk time: WCDMA: Up to 320 minutes / GSM: Up to 380 minutes
Standby time: WCDMA: Up to 400 hours / GSM: Up to 280 hours
Special features: Sliding QWERTY keyboard, FM radio, Google Maps, RSS Hub
Size: 116.3×43.4×16.3 mm
Weight: 140g with battery


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« Reply #575 on: August 27, 2008, 12:39:09 AM »

Video Projector Mobile Phone

World's First Mobile Phone with Built In Video Projector

This amazing leap in technology can function not only as a communication device, but also as a portable image projector
The Epoq EGP-PP01 is the world's first commercial projector phone. It features a world/ tri-band GSM unlocked mobile phone with touch screen, multimedia record and playback and micro-projection module that can project stored images and video as large as 30 inch diagonal on most surfaces. It can also be connected with DVD players, portable media players, set-top boxes and laptop computers to serve as a projector, and project a movie continuously for up to two hours with an image resolution of 640 x 480 pixels.

Main Features:
·frequency band : GSM/GPRS900/1800/ 1900 Tri-band
·GPRS 12 B
·Talk time: 2-3 hours
·Stand-by Time  : 200-250 hours
·Video playback time in projector mode: More than 2 hours ( on battery)
·Battery    : 1800mAH
·Main Display Screen : 240×320 QVGA 2.4” TFT LCD
·Resolution of projector : 640×480 VGA
·Area/distance for projector : similar to TV screen of 30”. 1-2m focus can be adjusted
·External Video Interface : CVBS, support VGA Interface with supplied adaptor cable to connect with PC
·External Audio Interface : left  &right channel Line In. External audio input can be played with the phone's audio broadcast system
·Touch Screen : supported, Four-resistive
·Camera : 1.3mega pixels
·Dimension    : size for reference 115.6X23.3X48.6 mm
·Speaker : More than 0.5W Super-sound Speaker
·Tones : 64 chord, Mp3
·Bluetooth : Stereo Supported
·MP3 : Supported, Play time(Headset mode, full volume): 10 hours
·MPEG4 : Supported
·USB port : USB1..1 Full Speed 12Mbps
·WAP : 2.0
·Hands Free Speakerphone
·Sound Recording : Supported (time depends on the free storage)


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« Reply #576 on: August 27, 2008, 06:26:55 AM »

Nokia N96 ready for American 3G

Nokia has announced that its N96 smartphone is now ready for the U.S. market,
boasting the right bands to work with AT&T’s 3G network.

The Nokia N96 is arguably the best smartphone Finnish giant has ever made, sporting a large 2.8-inch screen,
5 megapixel camera, WiFi, GPS, 16 gigabytes of internal memory plus a microSD card slot,
and “compatibility with a wide range of video formats.”
The device runs S60 3.2 (Feature Pack 2) on top of Symbian OS 9.3,
allowing users to expand its functionality with any of the third-party apps available.

Not exact release date is known.
All we have is “Q4 2008,” when interested buyers will be able to grab the Nokia N96 for an estimated price of $895.

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« Reply #577 on: August 30, 2008, 12:07:19 PM »

HTC's Android-driven Dream revealed in glorious spy photos

Sure, we've seen some blurry videos and managed a few stolen glimpses when Andy Rubin demonstrated this beast, but now we've gotten our hands on a slew of pictures showing off a very real T-Mobile-branded Dream in all its Android-running glory. Not only does this confirm the design spied in those FCC docs as well as show off that nearly-done version of Android, but it seems to confirm the fact that this will be headed to T-Mobile, and sooner rather than later judging from the looks of the above device. Needless to say, our inner-geeks are completely geeking out right now. Hit the gallery below for a handful of other views of the phone.

iPhone Life print magazine launches

Following all the hype surrounding the iPhone and iPhone 3G launch, guess we all waited for this to happen. The first (and probably the only) print magazine dedicated to Apple’s handset will hit the newsstands on September 9th.

Thaddeus Computing is the publishing company behind the project and for the premier issue they promise 100 pages of hot content. Some of the articles included in the magazine include:
Full coverage of the iPhone 3G
Top software from AppStore
85 hidden features
Best free software and web apps
How to Rip DVDs
Must-have accessories
Safari surprises
Various iPhone profiles
Celebrities with iPhones

Interested iPhone and iPod Touch users will be able to either grab the magazine once it’s released at airports, Barnes & Noble, Borders, Wal-Mart, and other major booksellers and stores nationwide; or subscriber for $25 to receive all issues through 2010. This includes the premier issue and at least 4 issues next year and in 2010. iPhone-friendly digital version of each issue also comes with a subscription.

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Re: My phone > iPhone
« Reply #578 on: September 03, 2008, 04:43:58 AM »

SE G705 (Kumiko) Live Pics

Just got my hands on unannounce SE phone, Kumiko or G705

Here is some specs of Kumiko

2.4″ QVGA 262k Colours
3.2 Mega Pixel Camera (fixed focus) with LED photolight
Short cut for Internet menu lit in purple (just like on K660)
Wi-Fi, GPS
Sony Ericsson’s Java Platform (JP) 8.4 as found on C905 (Shiho)
So basicly this phone is very same as C905 but the camera part 


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« Reply #579 on: September 09, 2008, 04:04:15 PM »

HTC Opal specifications leaked - HTC Touch replacement

In the mobile phone biz, product cycles are measured in months. On that scale, it’s easy to see how one of the hottest handsets to launch last year is struggling to stay relevant among the big-hitting smartphones that have surfaced recently. HTC managed to ship over 2 million of their HTC Touch smartphones with less than a year’s worth of sales, but the HTC Touch Diamond and HTC Touch Pro have all but banished the HTC Touch to the back-burner.

In their bid to stay on top of the touchscreen handset-game, HTC has reportedly given the HTC Touch a bit of a cosmetic and hardware refresh. The HTC Touch will reportedly be succeeded by the HTC Opal. According to leaked internal documents, the HTC Opal should stay true to the HTC Touch’s overall design aesthetic, with a few changes.

The HTC Opal stays true to the HTC Touch’s TI OMAP 200MHz processor and 2.8-inch touchscreen display. The HTC Opal will boast 128MB RAM / 256MB ROM and quad-band (850/900/1800/1900Mhz) GSM connectivity. We should be seeing the HTC Opal launch with the same 802.11 b/g WiFi radio, microSD card slot, 2 megapixel camera, and Bluetooth 2.0 connectivity from the HTC Touch. Windows Mobile 6.1 Professional will be running the show with HTC’s eye-catching and seriously slick TouchFLO 3D interface.

Unfortunately, 3G data connectivity isn’t in the cards for the HTC Opal. As a more budget-friendly handset aimed down-range from its feature-packed siblings - the HTC Touch Diamond and HTC Touch Pro - it makes sense to exclude a 3G radio from the Opal. But, of course, rumors are rumors and all this could change tomorrow.

We’re also hearing that the HTC Opal will be released in multiple colors, it’s just not clear which colors will be available. Pricing and launch details are also a bit on the slim side, so bear with us as we gather more info.

Sony Ericsson's hot G705 slider gets real, YouTube video uploads

There it is, Sony Ericsson just went live with its new G705 powerhouse, 3G slider. Just as we heard, it sports a 2.4-inch display with automatic screen rotation courtesy of an accelerometer, WiFi, aGPS with Google Maps for Mobile, 1GB included M2 memory, built-in FM radio, RSS reader, and full HTML browser. It also features a 3.2 megapixel cam that can capture video and then upload directly to YouTube under a new partnership with Google. Also announced in a UMA variant (G705u) -- an SE first -- built exclusive for Orange to bridge GSM and WiFi networks. Headed to the US in Q1 2009.

Update: US version to support GSM/GPRS/EDGE 850/900/1800/1900 and UMTS/HSUPA 850/1900/2100 with Bluetooth A2DP. Orange model available in its markets in early Q4.

Sony Ericsson Xperia X1 Screenshots Surfacing

Wow, say that post title 10 times fast. I dare you 

While I’m no Windows Media expert, and certainly don’t pretend to be…
There are some new Sony Ericsson Xperia Screenshots that have surfaced that may (or may not) tickle your interest.

The images surfaced from the Swedish site, As you can see here, they’ve gone ahead and posted a whole bunch of screenshots for us to enjoy.

Check out the screens featuring YouTube and Google Maps in action. Very interesting.
The Xperia is running Windows Mobile 6.1 Professional, and features a resolution of 800×480.
As you can see from the YouTube screenshot, it looks like the new browser manages to pack a lot of content onto the screen.
It should also be noted that the new Internet Explorer for Mobile is capable of playing YouTube videos, AND Windows Media Video.

But enough rambling for now, you can check out the screens
right here.

You can bet there will be a whole lot of info coming out of CTIA this week concerning the Xperia and Windows Mobile 6.1.
While I honestly can’t say I’ve ever been pumped about Windows Mobile news, it will certainly be interesting to see what is new and exciting in Windows Media world.

Watch mobile phone + bluetooth headset AK08 which is the thinnest of watch phone

Features Specifications: Watch mobile phone + bluetooth headset AK08 which is the thinnest of watch phone

Watch mobile phone m830 c506 m800 m810 m600 w08 f1 v2 w600 g115 q007 a007 w100 g104 t918 ak08 aoke08

Additional features

Language: Simplified Chinese, traditonal Chinese, English, Vietnamese,Thai,russian,Italian,Franch,Arabic,Spinish,Denish,Polish,Germany, Indonesian,Turkey, Hellenic, Swedish.

LCD Size: 1.3 inch, , 65000 colors; PX: 128×160px

Ringtone: 64 chord; Ringtone format: mp3, midi

Music: support to play music of MP3/WAV, and can use gifted Bluetooth stereo earphone to enjoy music; sound

Video: 3GP,MP4,support to play in full screen, speed and pause; support Bluetooth stereo output

Rom: 505K/give a TF card(512M) as present, support to e, Document management

Data Transfer: USB data wire/U disc/ Bluetooth (file transmission, stereo, remote control)

Standby Photo: jpg, gif

Main features

Telephone directories: 250 groups of contacts of carte de visit, support incoming call with big head sticker, grouping ring

Messages &Multimedia messaging: support SMS, MMS

Schedule power on/off: support auto start/close, can set user-defined photo of starting/closing

Alarm clock: 5 groups; can set from Monday to Sunday at random

Games: Intelligent Puzzle, QQ2007

More information: MP3, MP4, Handsfree, SMS group sending, Voice recorder, WAP, Handwritten input, Bluetooth, GPRS download, MMS, Memory extended, E-book, calendar, memo, alarm clock, world time, stopwatch, health management, photo book, sound recording, calculator, unit, rates exchange, I

Basic features

Operating Frequency: GSM

Network Frequency: 900/1800/1900 MHZ

Talk time: 120-150 minutes

Standby time: 70-100 hours

Time-to-market: 2008.02.02

Shape: Hand-Written

Dimensions (width × high × thick): 52*41*13 mm

Weight: 70 g

Color: black, white

watch mobile phone m600

Features Specifications: watch mobile phone m600

Product description:

Model: Watch mobile phone M600

1), 1.3-inch, 650,000 color TFT, QVGA 128 * 160resolution

2). Support format: MP3, MIDI, WAV, Incoming Ring Tone, Incoming Photo, incoming movie

3) Music Format of the mobile phone: MP3

4)   Movie Format of the mobile phone: MP4, Full screen

5)   Inter Memory: 128M

6)   Picture Format; JPG, GIF.

7)   Message: Message and MMS Supported

8)  Switch On/Off: User-defined supported

9)   Alarm: MP3 Alarm

10)Frequency: 900/1800/1900MHz

11)Network: GSM, GPRS, WAP, STK, Bluetooth Supported.

12)Other Fuctions: MP3, MP4, Hand free, Message Group Sent,Voice Take, MMS,Anti Incoming Ring Wall

13)Accessories: One stereo video bluetooth headset, Bluetooth charger, two pieces of mobile batteries, one charger, USB connecting line

Welcome to contact us for more detail. We will endeavor to offer you our best price.

Watch mobile phone m830 c506 m800 m810 m600 w08 f1 v2 w600 g115 q007 a007 w100 g104 t918

watch mobile phone W08, Waterproof,Quad band, multi-language,best price

Features Specifications: watch mobile phone W08, Waterproof,Quad band, multi-language,best price

watch mobile phone W08
Additional features   


LCD Size:    
1.5 inch, 260 thousand color; PX: 176×220px

64 chord; Ringtone format: mp3, midi

play mp3 at background; support equalizer;bluetooth stereo output

3GP,MP4,support to play in full screen, speed/pause

13.0 lacpixel; the max output is 1280*1024, support to shoot MP4 with sound, the time depends on storage

393K/1G TFsupport to extend TF card to 2G maximall, Document management

Data Transfer:    
directly read with data wire/U disc/ Bluetooth (file transmission, stereo)

Standby Photo:    
jpg, gif

Main features   

Telephone directories:    
300 groups of contacts, support incoming call with big head sticker, grouping ring and individual fi

Messages &Multimedia messaging:    
200 messages, MMS,E-Mail

Schedule power on/off:    
200 messages, MMS

Alarm clock:    
can set up from Monday to Sunday at random,support alarm ring,MP3 as ringtone

3 common games

More information:    
MP3/MP4/Handsfree/SMS group sending/Voice recorder/WAP/Handwritten input/Bluetooth/GPRS download/MMS/Memory extended/E-book/real 1.3MP ,incoming call shaking,quad-band waterproof watch phone,IP dialing,calculator,unit converter,remit exchange,health Manager

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Re: My phone > iPhone
« Reply #580 on: September 09, 2008, 05:13:22 PM »
just a heads up for anyone who owns a blackjack II: samsung released the new windows mobile 6.1 upgrade thru their website. make sure to grab it and update  8)
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« Reply #581 on: September 11, 2008, 07:56:45 AM »

HTC's Touch HD gets even more dreamy

While that 480 x 800 pixel display has everybody in a feverish pant,MoDaCo has released even more
unconfirmed specs on the rumored HTC Touch HD guaranted to pound a lustful wave of disruption into your handset purchasing plans.
To start with, it's listed at 115 x 62.8 x 12-mm making it almost exactly the same size as the svelt 115.5 x 62.1 x 12.3-mm iPhone 3G. That's a good start.
Now slip GPS, HSDPA data, a 5 megapixel camera (no flash), stylus, microSD slot, 3.5-mm headphone jack,
and 1350mAH battery into the mix and you've got the stuff of serious, WinMo fantasy.
We'll know if it's all legit soon enough as MoDaCo claims a retail date by Christmas. Yes, really. Only thing missing is WiFi... and Android.

Looks like a tight Windows Mobile

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« Reply #582 on: September 12, 2008, 04:32:58 PM »

World's smallest phone measures 2.46"

Nokia's N95, released in March of last year, features a 2.6" screen.
By comparison, the world's smallest mobile phone - the Xun Chi 138,measures a microscopic 2.64", just a tad bigger than the N95's screen.

And, surprisingly, it packs in features you wouldn't expect such a tiny device to have - including a 1.3 MP camera, music player, and a very small touchscreen, complete with handwriting recognition. Connectivity-wise, you get dual-band GSM, and that's all. It looks to be only available in China, unsurprisingly.

HTC Touch HD will boast a WVGA screen

It seems someone at HTC has spilled the beans on another Touch-branded communicator - this time around it's codenamed "HD".
As the spec sheet implies, this phone carries a whopping 480x800 pixel screen onboard, and naturally HTC's trademark TouchFLO 3D finger-friendy user interface. Other than that, the HTC Touch HD is pretty much a mystery - it's still unclear when it'll be announced or what other features it will have.

Spec sheet of the HTC Touch HD (so far):
3G support
Windows Mobile 6.1 Professional OS
Qualcomm 7201A CPU running at 528 MHz
WVGA display
512 Mb ROM, 256 Mb RAM
microSD memory expansion slot
5 Mpix camera
GPS receiver
1350 mAh battery
Dimensions: 115x62.8x12 mm

Sony Ericsson Alicia spotted in the wild again

Once again the Web has got some more spy photos to buzz about -
this time around, the mysterious Sony Ericsson Alicia, more known as the W707, has been snapped and outed online.
As far as its specs are concerned, the only thing that's known for sure is that it will come armed with a 3.2 Mpix camera and a quirky outer display.
Unfortunately, there are no other clues on when it will be released or what its feature pack will look like.


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« Reply #583 on: September 15, 2008, 05:48:55 PM »

HTC unveils HTC Touch HD - Huge WVGA display, 5 megapixel camera

HTC, not one to let product leaks go un-validated, has today announced their HTC Touch HD. Following on the previous leak that had HTC preparing a WVGA touchscreen monster to add to its popular HTC Touch smartphone portfolio, HTC has confirmed that the HTC Touch HD is indeed on its way to stir up the touchscreen smartphone market. The HTC Touch HD is being billed as HTC’s entertainment-focused Touch smartphone toting a huge WVGA touchscreen display, 5 megapixel camera, GPS and TouchFLO 3D.

The HTC Touch HD’s large, bright, and crisp WVGA display is expected to give other large-screened touchs-based smartphones a run for their money. With 3.8-inches of eye-dazzling real-estate, the gigantic widescreen VGA display will easily thrust the HTC Touch HD to its rightful place at the head of the touchscreen smartphone table. And, the 5 megapixel auto-focusing camera could give other high-megapixel cameraphones some serious competition.

HTC isn’t, apparently, going to take Apple’s success with their iPhone and iPhone 3G lying down. The HTC Touch HD goes straight for the jugular with that range-topping and market-leading 3.8-inch WVGA display (we still can’t get over the huge WVGA display!). The 5 megapixel camera (with autofocus) sets its sights on other high-end cameraphones with the intention of being the media-oriented handset of choice among power users. The quad-band (850/900/1800/1900Mhz) GSM/EDGE and dual-band (850/2100Mhz) WCDM/HSPA radios make sure that the HTC Touch HD will be getting its connectivity-on in whatever country you could possibly find yourself traveling through. And, with 512 MB ROM / 288 MB RAM on board and expandable storage capacity via the microSD card slot, the HTC Touch HD ensures that you’ll have plenty of room to take your pictures, videos, and music with you wherever you go.

HTC Touch HD

Of course, HTC has endowed their HTC Touch HD with all the high-end trimmings we’ve come to expect from our favorite Windows Mobile smartphone maker. The HTC Touch HD sports aGPS, WiFI, Bluetooth 2.0, and a Qualcomm® MSM7201a™ CPU clocked at 528 MHz that should make quick work of running the Windows Mobile 6.1 Professional OS with the TouchFLO 3D UI.

Did we mention the HTC Touch HD featuring a humongous 3.8-inch WVGA display? Cupertino is going to have to play a little game of “catch-up” with their next-generation iPhone (iPhone Pro?)…

Here’s a quick rundown of the HTC Touch HD’s spec-sheet:

·         Size: 115 x 62.8 x 12 mm
·         Weight: 146.4 grams/5.164 oz with battery
·         Connectivity: Quad-band GSM/GPRS/EDGE: 850/900/1800/1900 MHz
Dual-band WCDMA / HSPA:900/2100MHz.
HSDPA 7.2 Mbps
·         Operating system: HTC TouchFLO 3D with Windows Mobile® 6.1 Professional
·         Display: 3.8 inch Wide Screen VGA screen (480 x 800 WVGA)
·         Camera: 5.0 megapixel with auto focus – Second Camera: VGA
·         Internal memory: 512 MB flash; 288 MB RAM
·         Memory card: microSD™ memory card (SDHC™ capable)
·         WLAN: 802.11b/g
·         Bluetooth®: 2.0 with EDR
·         GPS: GPS/AGPS
·         Interface: HTC ExtUSB™ (mini-USB and audio jack in one; USB 2.0 High-Speed)
·         Battery: 1350 mAh
·         Talk time: WCDMA: Up to 390 minutes*** / GSM: Up to 310 minutes***
·         Standby time: WCDMA: Up to 450 hours*** / GSM: Up to 390 hours***
·         Chipset: Qualcomm® MSM7201a™ 528 MHz

We should be seeing the HTC Touch HD landing on European shores in Q4 2008, with the rest of the globe following suit shortly afterwards.


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« Reply #584 on: September 23, 2008, 12:31:33 PM »

Contract Free iPhones for the Holiday Season?

Rumors are now surfacing that the in-store only iPhone 3G activation policy will be lifted. With the holiday season fast approaching, this looks to be a pretty darn smart move by Apple, if indeed it is true. I hope Apple has boosted production on the 3G, as you can bet mom, pop, sister and brother will be buying up 3G’s for holiday gifts.

Apple store employees are reporting that a fifth option named ‘Home’ has appeared in their EasyPay systems when selling an iPhone 3G. On top of that, there may be a refresh and price drop on the 8GB models… Whenever shortages occur it is usually a sign of an impending change or price drop.

With the new iPod line and these supposed changes to the iPhone… It’s looking to be a huge holiday season for Apple.

Meet the T-Mobile G1

Uh, c'mon guys -- this is a little ridiculous. Now typically, you want to keep this sort of thing under wraps until the day of your event, but it seems like the cats and kittens at T-Mobile can't contain themselves. Yes, you're looking at the first official product shot of the G1 Android phone ever. Enjoy it.

Update: TmoNews has just uncovered new specs and info on the phone. Here's what they've got so far: the phone is 4.6 x 2.16 x 0.63 inches, weighs 5.6 ounces, features a 480 x 320 HVGA display, sports 3G (obviously), GPS, has a 3.1-megapixel camera, supports up to 8GB of memory (though no format is mentioned), and will feature 5 hours of talktime with 130 hours of standby. Strangely, the phone won't do video capture (what?), won't have stereo Bluetooth, will require a Gmail account, and won't be sold at stores outside of a 2-5 mile radius of T-Mobile's 3G coverage areas. That last bit sounds a little odd to us, but we're guessing a lot of the functionality of this device will be shot in non-3G regions.

Nokia N96 review roundup

When the N95 was released, it was all but universally adored. Even today, nearly two full years after it was first revealed, it's still one of the most respected in Nokia's lineup. From the get-go, we knew the N96 was more evolutionary and less revolutionary; after all, the two handsets even look alike. The general consensus this time around is about what we expected: the N96 is a fine phone, and a worthy successor, but probably not worth the high price it's currently demanding. Oh sure, the call quality was stupendous, battery life was satisfactory and the multimedia playback was superb, but some critics were a bit displeased with the fit and finish given the premium price tag. All in all, don't go into the links below expecting any huge surprises -- the N96 is a nicely revamped, high-priced N95, and if that's what you're looking for, there doesn't seem to be any underlying issues that should hold you back from indulging.

-PhoneArena ("Nokia seems to have taken more of a lateral step than pushing forward with innovation.") LINK

-MobileArsenal ("...doesn't have anything we didn't see before...") LINK

LordPercy (" improved, quality phone) LINK

Mobile88 (4 out of 5 stars) LINK