OPhone

Cisco 7-inch Android communications tablet in works?

Rumor alert, Cisco may be entering the Android game. This rumored was pieced together during a recent CNET podcast. They received a tipped that said Cisco may be working on a 7 inch Android tablet that will be centered around audio, video and WebEx.

Verizon and the Saygus VPhone with Skype?

It seem Verizon wants to hit the ground running after the recent announcement of a partnership with Skype. There has been reports that the two are in the process of making a VOIP capable phone. This leads us to the Saygus VPhone. This phone is capable is video chat as well as VOIP.

Acer Aspire One D250 Netbook Which Dual Boots XP Home & Android Is On Sale

If you’re a hard core Android fan than you should already be familiar with this. It released a few months ago and it is a netbook that can dual boot both Android and Windows XP Home. If you are in the market for a laptop/netbook then this is a great option for you and you can have Android on your laptop to show off to your unlucky friend who bought an iPad.

Picture Of The New Samsung Galaxy 2

Here we go, another day another leaked picture of an upcoming Android phone. This is almost becoming a daily occurrence around these parts. This time it comes in the form of the follow up to the Samsung Galaxy, the Galaxy 2 enters the area.

MOTO MT710 Zhiling to go on sale in China on December 28th

The MOTO MT710 is a nice and stylish looking smartphone, it is based on the most advanced version of the OPhone platform. Many people think of it as a DROID without the hardware keyboard. The MOTO MT710 has a 3.7" FWVGA screen with 480 x 854 resolution, and a 5-megapixel camera. The phone will use China's homegrown 3G standard and a China Mobile operating system, which is known as the Ophone. It will access the internet using China Mobile's TD-SCDMA (Time Division Synchronous Code Division Multiple Access) network or WiFi. The MT710 will also be able to download applications via the Mobile Market from China Mobile. A China Mobile representative said that the MT710, will go on sale in China on December 28th of this year. There's no word on pricing just yet, but the device - like all Ophones - will use a version of the Google Android operating system, which is modified by China Mobile. To check the full specifications of this Motorola phone, click here.

Sizemodo: Lenovo OPhone vs. iPhone 3G and iPhone

Here are the first ever images of the highly anticipated Lenovo OPhone sizemodo against the iPhone 3G and iPhone.  As far as size goes, the OPhone definitely holds its own against the two giants.  The OPhone measures in at 115.84 x 61.57 x 57.12.03mm, which is only 1mm larger than the original iPhone in all dimensions.  Located on the left hand side right next to the volume rocker lives a slot for a microSD card.   According to the website, OPhone support is capable of supporting microSD card size of 16GB. Unlike the original iPhone and iPhone 3G, the 3.5mm headphone jack is located at the bottom right hand side of the OPhone.  The microUSB slot for synching and charging is placed to the left of the headphone jack. There's a dedicated camera button on the right hand side. One of the main reasons that I'm still carrying a Nokia N95 8GB NAM (now sporting the new N85 NAM edition) is because of the 5MP camera and flash.  Unfortunately both of these features are missing from the iPhone 3G.  Seems as though Lenovo has thought long and hard about these two features and have included them into the OPhone.  Another much needed feature is a removable battery. I'm looking forward to next year for the OPhone to hit the market; I'll fly to China if I have to - to buy one of these babies!  Obviously, I suspect the OPhone will show up at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona. [gallery] Sina Blog [via Gizmodo]

More Lenovo OPhone picture leaked

It appears that more images of the Lenovo OPhone have surfaced and we are simply dying to get our hands on this device. We brought you the first actual picture not long ago and already there is more. Forget Christmas, just release this handset already. It looks like the photographer apparently enjoys rocks. There are a few more details and plenty more picture to check out after the jump.

From what we can see in the pictures, the OPhone has a 5-megapixel camera with autofocus and flash. There is also a microSD card slot –no surprises there. It’s a no-brainer that there will be an onscreen keyboard, but there will be Chinese and English input methods. Though we are unsure if there is any data exchange support, what we do know is there will be a video recorder and Bluetooth support.

We are still waiting on the core specs of the device; we will let you know the second we find out more about the Lenovo OPhone. There is still no word on whether this will be branded under the "OPhone" name or not. The only branding we see is the red circle with "MS" next to it. This is a very curious branding as the last time I checked MS did not stand for Andoid. [gallery]
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