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Wednesday 10 October 2007

BenQ M7 rugged 3G handset    [ 10-10-2007 18:02 ]

Author: Irina Turina   Source: Mobil.iDnes     Translation by: Rytchkova Anja    Send news to friend  Discuss in forum

The Czech source Mobil.iDnes has posted info on a new mobile phone BenQ M7, which is not yet officially introduced. The rumors about it popped up in the net, however the specs weren’t unveiled. According to the source, BenQ M7 is a candy bar in a rugged shell, which can stand a fall from height, dust and moisture.

The phone can work in GSM/GPRS (900/1800/1900 MHz) and UMTS networks. BenQ M7 features a QVGA 262K color display, a 2-megapixel camera, a frontal VGA camera for video calls, a microSD slot, Bluetooth 1.2 interface and GPS/A-GPS navigation. Other details are expected after the official announcement.

Rating: Rating: 5

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MTube: a prototype for WiMAX mobile device    [ 10-10-2007 14:45 ]

Author: Irina Turina   Source: DigiTimes     Translation by: Rytchkova Anja    Send news to friend  Discuss in forum

STAG (Science and Technology Advisory Group) from Taiwan has introduced a mobile device proto called MTube. It is powered by Linux OS and supports WiMAX networks. Reportedly, the finished product based on this proto will come out in 2009.

The specs of MTube:

  • CPU - 1 GHz
  • Chipset - VIA
  • OS - Linux
  • Display – 2.8” touchscreen 640x480 pixels
  • 8 GB of onboard memory
  • WiMAX support
  • Battery life - 4 hours
  • Dimensions – 85x85x20 mm
  • Weight - 150 g

Rating: Rating: 1

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Official announcement of a two-way music smartphone Samsung SGH-i450    [ 10-10-2007 14:44 ]

Author: Serge Novikov     Translation by: Rytchkova Anja    Send news to friend  Discuss in forum

Today Samsung Electronics has made an official announcement of Samsung SGH-i450 music phone (in addition to the SGH-F330) for the European market. The device is peculiar for its form-factor – a two-way slider phone like Nokia N95. Instead of media player buttons the new Samsung phone has a sensor wheel, which fulfils the same functions.

I’d remind you Samsung SGH-i450 is built on Symbian S60 3rd Edition and supports 3G networks and HSDPA technology (up to 3.6 Mbps to download music from the web), let alone EDGE and GPRS. Bluetooth technology with A2DP enhances opportunities for music playback.

The price tag for Samsung SGH-i450 makes up €360, and the launch is scheduled for the end of this month.

On our site you can learn more details about Samsung SGH-i450.

Rating: Rating: 3

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Video of Nokia 8800e    [ 10-10-2007 12:01 ]

Author: Irina Turina     Translation by: Rytchkova Anja    Send news to friend  Discuss in forum

We’ve recently mentioned that Nokia 8800e luxury phone was approved by the US Federal Communications Commission (FCC). The sources didn’t share any details on the specs. We only knew the device had the form of Nokia 8800: slide-out numeric keyboard cover. This time you can find in the Internet a small clip demonstrating Nokia 8800e in action.

Rating: Rating: 5

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Pictures of Samsung SGH-i617 available    [ 10-10-2007 10:48 ]

Author: Irina Turina   Source: The Unwired     Translation by: Rytchkova Anja    Send news to friend  Discuss in forum

Yesterday we wrote that the FCC certified Samsung SGH-i617 smartphone known as BlackJack II. Today we’ve got our hands on the pictures. Its design is really similar to the original BlackJack: a landscape display and a QWERTY-keyboard. But the new model is equipped with a higher resolution camera – 2-megapixel and powered by Windows Mobile 6 Standard.

According to the FCC info the smartphone can work in GSM and WCDMA networks. The test report reveals 850 and 1900 MHz bands, however it’s highly possible the device supports quad-band GSM and tri-band WCDMA (+ HSDPA standard). There is no info on Wi-Fi support. Samsung SGH-i617 will be available from AT&T operator in the US. Neither the vendor nor the operator confirmed the news.

Rating: Rating: 5

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