It appears that Nokia might be working on a new smartphone, the X7-00 according to some pictures and a video leaked on a Czech forum.
According to rummors the new X7 has the same CPU, RAM and graphics as the N8 and is running on Symbian^3.
The interesting thing about it is that it has four speakers, one at each corner, as you can see in the leaked pictures. Other features include a 360x640 pixels touchscreen display, a 8-megapixel camera with Dual-LED flash and a 3.5mm AV connector.
No word yet on or release date or pricing.
Exclusive pics have recently surfaced to bring a little closure about Sony Ericsson's Idou handset.
Sony Ericsson Idou is a concept name for this phone and not the final name under which the product will be marketed to the public and will be available in the 2nd half of 2009.
There have been many speculations and fan-made images in the last months related to Sony Ericsson P5, but none of them had any strong connection with the truth. A beta tester has leaked some live photos and some specs and now we finally have what looks to be the real Sony Ericsson P5.
Sony Ericsson P5 or the so called Paris features a 5 MP camera, built-in GPS with Google Maps pre-installed and WayFinder 7.0, WLAN 802.11b/g, Bluetooth, 3G, USB v2.0, a 2.6'' touch-screen display and a QWERTY keyboard.
The device runs on UIQ 3.3, and based on the The Swiss Manager application, the Sony Ericsson P5 runs on the same 208 MHz CPU as previous Sony Ericsson models and also has the same amount of RAM installed - 128MB.
The wait is finally over and iPhone has hit the Apple and AT&T stores. The 4GB Apple iPhone retails for $499, while the 8GB iPhone sells for $599.
A European 3G version of the iPhone will be launched Monday in the UK by Apple in a joint promotion with Vodafone, T-Mobile and Carphone Warehouse.
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|An "accidental" leak in one of Motorola's investor documents is shedding new light on a couple of upgrades to two of Moto's phones, the KRZR and RIZR. Both the KRZR K3 (left) and RIZR Z8 (right) share the addition of a front-facing video camera, a frequent prerequisite for cameras using the faster Internet access provided by 3G wireless standards. Chances are we'll hear more on all of these mobiles at next month's 3GSM expo in Barcelona.|
With the Nokia N93 releasing a few months ago, the chinese site it168 has posted distinct and clear spy photos of a would-be smartphone Nokia N93i.
Nokia N93i will feature the same 3.2 megapixel camera with Carl Zeiss optics and 3x optical zoom. Its body design will be slightly different with mirror effect front cover, smaller phone body size and new button design. Reducing the phone body size will be a great improvement, fulfiling those who don't like the size of Nokia N93. The Nokia 93i will also comes with a mini USB connector instead of the traditional pop-port connector. Both version works on WLAN, 3G (WCDMA 2100 MHz), EDGE and GSM (900/1800/1900 MHz) networks.
The Nokia 5200 XpressMusic phone borrows some of the design principles of the Nokia 5300, and is available as a slider. As with other XpressMusic phones, the 5200 features dedicated music access keys and support for MP3/M4A/WMA/AAC/eAAC+ audio formats.
The phone offers a USB 2.0 connection for fast transfers of media between the phone and the PC. It's not clear if the phone has a camera as well.
Pictures of the Motorola Q Prototype (code name Norman) with the Vodafone logo on back has been leaked on the hungarian site terminal.hu.
Motorola Norman has a brand new black design with QWERTY keyboard and some shortcut keys for camera, media player, volume, calendar, and contact list. Other expected features are a 2 Megapixel (1600x1200) camera with 8x digital zoom, mini USB connector and the latest Microsoft Windows Mobile for Smartphone Edition OS.