Samsung Galaxy Q and early reports are calling it a phone/tablet hybrid from Samsung with a 5.3" display. We have only heard a few small bits of information on this device but if recent stories dug up by SamFirmware show us anything, its that Samsung might have a sweet foldable android tablet-type device in the works.
Jason Wang. He is not one of the very well known concept designers but I have a feeling after everyone starts to see this latest creation he will be. This is about as clean and elegant as a phone could come.
Cowon's D3 PMP went up for pre-order, and now it's already shipping. Earlier than expected, the 3.7-inch AMOLED media player is on sale in both the UK and the US, with its JetEffect 3.0 tuning courtesy of Cowon's own CEO, Namkyu "Golden Ears" Park. Advanced MP3 Players are listing all three versions: 8GB for £219, 16GB for £239 or 32GB for £279; US shoppers can pick up the 32GB version through Amazon for $369.99 [via SlashGear]
Cowon has outed its latest PMP, and as was rumored earlier in the year, the new Cowon D3 Plenue runs Android 2.1. Fronted by a 3.7-inch AMOLED WVGA touchscreen, the D3 Plenue has WiFi b/g, Bluetooth 2.1, an HDMI port and a T-DMB digital TV tuner. It also has a huge list of codec support and, we're guessing, lives up to Cowon's tradition of audiophile-quality sound. Three versions will be on offer, in 8GB, 16GB and 32GB capacities (with a microSD card slot if you want to add more) but there's no word on pricing or release dates at this stage. [gallery] [via SlashGear]
Android version of the Dell Venue Pro has been made official in Korea, with carrier KT Telecom announcing that the Dell Venue will arrive sometime this month. Priced at 700,000 won ($608), the Dell Venue runs Android 2.2 and has a 4.1-inch AMOLED touchscreen. It also lacks the slide-out QWERTY keyboard of the Windows Phone 7 powered Venue Pro, but you do get a curved Gorilla Glass toughened screen. No word on other specifications, though we're guessing Dell will be a little more forthcoming now its first carrier partner has gone public. [gallery] [via SlashGear]