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« Reply #575 on: August 27, 2008, 01:39:09 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, 07:26:55 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, 01:07:19 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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« Reply #578 on: September 03, 2008, 05:43:58 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, 05:04:15 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.

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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

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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

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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

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Re: My phone > iPhone
« Reply #580 on: September 09, 2008, 06:13:22 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, 08:56:45 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, 05:32:58 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, 06:48:55 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, 01:31:33 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



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Re: My phone > iPhone
« Reply #585 on: September 28, 2008, 08:12:56 PM »
Anyone on here have a Blackberry Bold? How you likeing it?

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« Reply #586 on: October 01, 2008, 03:54:17 AM »

Apple now selling iPhone 3G unlocked in Hong Kong

If you can't get your goods into China via the front door, there's always the back.
Apple is now selling its iPhone 3G unlocked via its on-line Apple Store in Hong Kong.
The 8GB model sells for HK$5,500 (about US$694) or HK$6,200 (about $797) for the 16 gigger.
Already available since July 11th with a local Hutchison Telecommunications contract, this is the first time that Apple has sold its device unlocked in Hong Kong:
"iPhone 3G purchased at the Apple Online Store can be activated with any wireless carrier.
Simply insert the SIM from your current phone into iPhone 3G and connect to iTunes 8 to complete activation."
Unfortunately for the 1 billion mainland Chinese, the terms and conditions limit sales to those in Hong Kong only -- not that the gray market cares about T&Cs.
It'll be interesting to see if Apple extends the unlocking more broadly (presumably as exclusivity deals expire)
or if this is strictly a local phenomena, perhaps in direct response to having its WiFi and the imperialistic 3G
gutted from handsets sold under Apple's rumored China Mobile deal.

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« Reply #587 on: October 14, 2008, 11:03:36 AM »
the HTC touch HD looks gonna have to trade in my diamond soon lol


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« Reply #588 on: October 21, 2008, 06:53:22 PM »

SanDisk 16GB MicroSD Cards Arrive in Stores

While SanDisk has made no official announcements,
their 16GB MicroSD cards are popping up for sale at various internet retailers (at various prices, we might add).
Ranging from $80 to $220 (we'd go with the $80), prices will settle with more availability.
But we're pretty excited to toss an iPhone's worth of flash storage into any fancy smartphone we like.
Plus, whenever we pop a tiny MicroSD card into one of our gadgets, it always feels like we're in the future. [mymemory via internettabletalk Thanks tipsters!]

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Sandisk to release a 128GB microSDHC card within 3 years

Think that 16GB microSDHC memory card is cool? How about 32GB? Scrap that, how about 128GB? Well, SanDisk will release such a product within three years. That’s in 2011 for those of you who don’t want to count.

Such a memory card in your mobile phone would turn a handset into a portable disk drive. Apparently, 128 gigs is enough to hold 134 full-length Indian movies, close to 20,000 high resolution photos and 16,000 songs, or the same in any other combinations. Suddenly, all those phone with 8 megapixel cameras that can record videos in VGA resolution doesn’t look weird. Yeah, we need even more megapixels and way more bandwidth - read LTE!



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Re: My phone > iPhone
« Reply #589 on: October 21, 2008, 07:10:09 PM »
I'm grabbing the Sony Ericsson C902 soon, fuck those computer smart phones.


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« Reply #590 on: October 22, 2008, 10:10:13 AM »
I'm grabbing the Sony Ericsson C902 soon, fuck those computer smart phones.

it´s a nice phone....

Sony Ericsson C902 review: Cyber-touch

Full steam into the megapixel chase, Sony Ericsson C902 is trying to show off its best before the 8 megapixel monsters start stealing the show.
The Cyber-shot pedigree, touch-controlled camera and metal outfit are true predator stuff and
now that we have a retail unit in our hands it's time to revisit our pre-release preview of the device and
see if there are any chinks in its armor that may turn predator to prey.

Key features:
5 MP autofocus camera with unique active lens cover and touch controls
Slim and stylish metal case
Smile detection, image stabilizer, geo-tagging (via cell-ID)
Quad-band GSM/GPRS/EDGE and HSDPA (3.6 Mb)
Media Center, Smart search, Manage Messages, extended TrackID
Enhanced user interface
Scratch resistant 2" TFT 256K colors display
FM radio with RDS
Bluetooth (with A2DP)
Basic multi-tasking support
Smart dialing
160 MB built-in memory, M2 card support

Main disadvantages:
Smallish screen
Images suffer excessive sharpening and purple fringing
Poor video recording capabilities
Slide-up lens cover collects massive amounts of dust
No office document viewer

Revisiting the C902 is also worth it as a taster of what's to come. It's been quite a while since our first glimpse, but Sony Ericsson didn't just sit on their hands in the meantime. The company made the very first announcement of an 8-megapixel cameraphone - the C905, which we previewed this summer. The other exciting prospect is the Walkman-meet-Cybershot W902.

Now, while the two sharpshooters above are yet to be baptized by fire, our Sony Ericsson C902 is right in the thick of action. The ironclad Cyber-shot is the thinnest 5 MP cameraphone on the market and that makes it quite an attractive deal.

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Re: My phone > iPhone
« Reply #591 on: October 23, 2008, 12:43:33 PM »

Sony Ericsson Hikaru Back on the Map

Sony had reportedly put the brakes on surrounding a new device called thie ‘Hikaru’. It was an 8MP device that packed in a lot of features. Well, what should I notice today but more rumors popping up surrounding the Hikaru. Looks like the device will become a reality after all.

The Sony Ericsson Hikaru is a really high-end touchscreen camera phone. Look for it to feature at least 8GB of internal storage, and a slider to feature a QWERTY keyboard for your texting and emailing pleasure.

While full details, specs and pricing are of course unavailable, you can clearly see from the mockup above that the device looks pretty hot. When I first saw it, I thought to myself ‘Hmmm… sort of similar to the Samsung Instinct!’…. don’t you think? Somewhat similar in form-factor for sure.

I should note however that the image was created by the folks at Unwired View. The actual device will probably look somewhat similar to this… The folks at UR did a pretty good job on the mockup don’t you think?! Stay tuned for more news on the Hikaru!


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Re: My phone > iPhone
« Reply #592 on: October 27, 2008, 10:24:02 AM »

Casio's 8.1 megapixel W63CA with 480 x 800 pixel OLED flips out in Japan

We had a chance to gaze through the wireframe of this 8.1 megapixel Casio W63CA Exilim cellphone back in August courtesy of the FCC's finest. Now check it in high-gloss, plastic flesh. The latest Japanese super-phone squeezes 480 x 800 pixel into a 3.1-inch OLED display. Let that sink in for a second... the very same 384,000 pixels on a display smaller than the 3.8-inch LCD heralded by the Touch HD. The camera features a wide-angle lens, 9-point auto focus, face detection, anti-shake, and a YouTube video mode that records VGA video at 30fps to microSD. All this in a Japanese-only flip measuring 110 x 50 x 17.4 ~ 22-mm when it launches in early November.


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Re: My phone > iPhone
« Reply #593 on: November 08, 2008, 10:18:42 AM »
is there any price drop for christmas?

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Re: My phone > iPhone
« Reply #594 on: November 14, 2008, 12:33:21 AM »
is there any price drop for christmas?

I believe I read somewhere that LG KU990 has dropped heavly,due to a new model out on the marked.

Don´t know much about the phone,other that it´s a high end phone.  :P google it  ;)

It has been a little quiet lately...  :-\
and ohhhh I got a 16GB memory card in my N82 now  :)


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Re: My phone > iPhone
« Reply #595 on: November 14, 2008, 12:36:06 AM »
Download Opera Mini 4.2 beta

Point your phone’s browser to to download the beta version of Opera Mini 4.2.

Opera Mini 4.2 beta installs next to any existing stable Opera Mini version on your device and will not overwrite any of your data.

Alternatively, you may download Opera Mini to your computer for a manual installation.
Opera Mini 4.2 beta JAR
(124 KB)
Opera Mini 4.2 beta JAD
(4 KB)
Opera Mini 4.2 beta ZIP archive
(104 KB)
Palm (requires JVM installed)
Opera Mini 4.2 beta PRC
(316 KB)
New in Opera Mini 4.2 beta

Personalize Opera Mini by choosing a new colorful skin. We have reintroduced the popular skinning feature from Opera Mini 3.

Opera Mini 4.2 can use our newly established server park in the US. This means significantly faster page downloads for our users in the Americas and Asia-Pacific region. Users in the rest of the world will also experience faster page downloads since we’ve reduced the load on our other servers.

We are working to make video content available on more phones through Opera Mini. If you have a new Sony Ericsson or Nokia phone, the chance is high that you can take Opera Mini for a spin on
Sync your Notes

The handy Notes functionality from the Opera Desktop Web browser just got more portable through Opera Link. All of your notes are available in Opera Mini directly from the Bookmarks menu.


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Re: My phone > iPhone
« Reply #596 on: November 14, 2008, 06:27:05 PM »
i sold my n82 to my little brother and then i got the blackberry pearl for very cheap.i hate that phone with a passion.I've never been more disapointed in my life when i got the blackberry lol. 3 weeks later i sold it lol i wanted to throw it in the train tracks lol i got a new contract and they gave me lg vu.Pretty cool phone! came with cool application like a blacklist.kept it 3 months and here we are now!Getting a LGKS20 this wednesday! Windows Mobile 6.0 Pro  8) 8) im gonna write a review! gonna keep you posted,Peace Y'all!

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« Reply #597 on: November 14, 2008, 08:27:10 PM »
i sold my n82 to my little brother and then i got the blackberry pearl for very cheap.i hate that phone with a passion.I've never been more disappointed in my life when i got the blackberry lol.
3 weeks later i sold it lol i wanted to throw it in the train tracks lol i got a new contract and they gave me lg vu.
Pretty cool phone! came with cool application like a blacklist.kept it 3 months and here we are now!
Getting a LGKS20 this Wednesday!
Windows Mobile 6.0 Pro  8) 8) I'm gonna write a review! gonna keep you posted,Peace Y'all!

I got blacklist application on my phone,but it don't work properly  :-\ :-\ :-\
I posted links to (must have) windows applications a couple of pages back....
I tried the Blackberry Pearl briefly,so can't really speak on it.
You didn't like N82? It's still one of the best on the marked.... far from perfect,but what is?  :P


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« Reply #598 on: November 14, 2008, 11:00:16 PM »
i sold it to my brother to help him more than anything,he had a limited budget so i decided to help him.i sold it to him for a good price.i wanted to try new things at the same time and if i dont find something i like well im byuing a new n82.I fell in love with the touch screen of the lg vu! thats why i wanna buy another touch screen.i know nokia has one in europe and asia,the date of release in north america is still pending!if it was available i would buy it for sure!


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« Reply #599 on: November 14, 2008, 11:13:07 PM »