X3, likely to be shown off at Mobile World Congress later this month. That device and one more are probably the source of a pair of certification filings in the Universal Plug and Play database, a set of standards for wired and wireless networking. The phones in question are the "LG-P880" and the "LG-P700". The former is of the most interest to spec hounds, and it probably the model number for the X3.
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Eldar Murtazin's Twitter page, where the poster claims that it's a leaked press photo for a new device set to launch at Mobile World Congress later this month in Barcelona. Based on the software displayed and the Ice Cream Sandwich-style buttons (which are still capacitive) it looks like Samsung's first ICS phone following the Galaxy Nexus. But something's rotten in Denmark, dear readers: to be blunt, this looks like an absolute fake.
TechRadar, saying that the successor to the Galaxy S II will be a no-show, instead getting its own event sometime in the first half of the year.
via the company's Facebook page, and a countdown has appeared on their webpage. Counting down to what? Mobile World Congress, of course - the clock hits zero smack dab in the middle of the trade show in Barcelona.
Sense UI has emerged as one of the more mature and usable options, even garnering its fair share of fans. HTC is expected to reveal the fourth version of Sense with new hardware at Mobile World Congress next month, but PocketNow allegedly got a look at the changes before prime time. They came away impressed, and noted some radical - and in many cases welcome - changes.
Twice.com reports that the manufacturer plans to unveil a new series of two phones under the "Diamond" heading. The new phones will reach Europe by the spring and North America by the summer, confirmed by Huawei chairman Richard Yu.
letting HTC have all the fun. PocketNow got a look at the so-called LG X3, a Tegra 3-powered superphone that's likely to be the manufacturer's successor to the Optimus LTE. The phone's style brings to mind the clean lines of the LG Prada phone 3.0, and that's a very good thing. To round out impressive looks and drool-worthy specs, it's rumored to be running Ice Cream Sandwich.
ETNews, the manufacturer will be bringing its A game to Mobile World Congress in February, leading with the first Galaxy S III models.