So it appears that some “industry sources” have spoken with Mobile Magazine and have told them that Everything Everywhere will be singing with Sony Ericsson to range the brand new PlayStation Phone (aka Xperia Play.)
Behold! All the info you’ve ever wanted in your life on the Motorola Atrix 4g. First there’s a bit of a hands-on from CES 2011, then there’s an official commercial (which I’ve also included below for fun,)
Hey that looks kind of like… wait for it… an iPhone? Yeah sorta kinda. This is the soon-to-be-released Samsung S5830 soon to be named something much snazzier, these images leaked by a blog by the name of SamFirmWare.
As you might already know, there’s a bigtime rumor going around that Samsung will be launching its next generation Galaxy Tab at Mobile World Congress next month. What you might NOT know is that in preparation for this
Take a peek here as T-Mobile readies a pack of “many” smartphone that’ll be available for purchase under $100USD, and most of them Android phones. Chief Executive Philipp Humm noted in an interview that he
Sixty million what, you may ask? Sixty million smartphones, of course. Seem like a large number to you? It is. This year they sold right around one third of that, Shin Jong-kyun, the head of Samsung’s mobile business division
Further hints have been revealed by Sony Ericsson’s CEO Bert Nordberg that the PlayStation phone is getting close to a reveal. Although they are keeping things on the down low they are definitely hinting at a phone that is
The battle for the small phone market is on. First there was HTC’s Tattoo, the Sony announced the Mini X10 And Mini Pro with a keyboard. Now the Pulse Mini enters and it is bringing a weapon to the battle, a stylus.
This February 15th the Mobile World Congress starts and end on the 18th. Need help navigating the large exhibition area? Bring this Android App along to help.
This is one of the most rumored Motorola phones to date. The initial rumors stated that it will have a 3.7″ WVGA display, 5 megapixel camera, 720p HD video, and 550 MHz processor. Which turned out not to be completely true