Samsung Electronics just unveiled today it’s first android powered smartphone. The Samsung I7500 Android Phone is the first Samsung device to be powered by the Android platform. The phone features a 5-megapixel camera with an LED flash, 7.2Mbps HSDPA / WiFi and Bluetooth 2.0 connectivity 8GB internal storage with support up to 32GB via a microSD card, a 3.5mm headphone socket and a microUSB port.
The real highlight with this Samsung I7500 handset perhaps is its 3.2″ AMOLED full touch screen display running at 320 x 480 resolution. I7500 also comes with a host of Google services including as Google Search, Google Maps, Gmail Chrome Lite browser, YouTube, Google Calendar and Google Talk.
Samsung i7500 Android will be released in Germany sometime in June, exclusively via O2.
New Mobile phone from Orange, The Orange Vegas Touchscreen Phone features 2.4-inch touch display, 1.3 megapixel camera one-touch UI especially designed for Orange, MicroSD card support Bluetooth, MP3 player, FM radio. available in two colors – black and pink, the latter being exclusive to Orange.
This phone is sold on a pay-as-you-go plan.
You can get the Vegas phone from Orange now for very affordable price
of $72 in either pink or black color options.
For the moment, Orange Vegas is available only in the UK
Transparent keypad? Yes, thats the cool thing about LG GD900 mobile phonewhich LG has announced this week being the world’s first to offer see-through tempered glass keypad..
LG GD900 which is a 13.4mm-thick with 7.2Mbps HSDPA also features a 3-inch capacitive touchscreen with haptic feedback, 8-megapixel camera and the same S-Class 3D interface as for the KM900 Arena, handwriting recognition, gestures, running LG’s new S-Class UI. The company has also designed a dedicated Bluetooth headset to go along with its latest work of art.
This GD900 mobile phone will launch in Europe and Asia sometime in May.
This Nokia1100 is being sold for $30,000. yes, you read that right. 4 zeros, that’s 30,000 dollars. Hard to believe, right. Even at its first launched, it’s price didnt go as highly as that. I think everyone is familiar with this old model Nokia 1100.
So why is it being sold for that big amount? The reason is that this Nokia 1100 Mobile Phone can be reprogrammed to use someone else’s phone number and the hackers and cyber criminals are selling this handset for that price. This Nokia 1100 were manufactured at a specific plant in Bochum, Germany. This will be so useful for the thieves to steal money and get bank passwords. The Nokia company said however, that it has not identified any software problems which would allow such use.
This is what Nokia and Other Mobile Phones undergo when in the factory. I think no cell phone has ever passed these tests yet. lol. You will surely wonder how came that handsets being sold in the market are so perfect that you will not be able to see even a tiny scratch on it when the video says that those are the tests mobile phones go through before being sold.
The Samsung Omnia SGH-i900 is feature-packed and is only 12.5mm thick. based on Windows Mobile 6.1 Pro, the Samsung’s SGH-i900 features 5 megapixel auto focus snapper with face and smile detection. Also offers a 3.2-inch WideQVGA display (240 x 400 pixels). Unlike the iPhone, the Omnia SGH-i900 lets you boost the inbuilt 8GB or 16GB of storage with a microSD memory card.
Sony Ericsson seems to be running out of new design as it supposed to be releasing the Sony Ericsson’s W305 which will be the walkman version of the F305(the gaming phone) this March 2009. All of the specs are identical, the same slider design too. The handset will be called Sony Ericsson Yao.
Sony Ericsson W305 Yao features a 176 x 220 pixels display, a 2 MP camera, stereo speakers and most probably EDGE support, stereo speakers and a glossy finish on the front, similar to the one of Sony Ericsson S302 making this another low-ender in the Walkman category. Further details have not emerged as yet.
Nokia recently announced three new XpressMusic branded phones – the Nokia 5030, Nokia 5330 XpressMusic and Nokia 5730 XpressMusic.
The first two music-centric phones being offered as comes with music compatible devices which means you can download unlimited tracks from the Nokia Music Store for 12 or 18 months, and keep their music after that period. Let’s briefly go through their specs, shall we?
Nokia 5730 XpressMusic the E75-like look and feel, packing both a numeric keypad and slide-out QWERTY keyboard which will surely love by SMS addicts and mobile gaming fan. Nokia 5730 has 3G/HSDPA and WiFi capable, has a 2.4″ screen with a 3.2MP Carl Zeiss optics with internal storage
of 100MB but supports up to 16 GB with microSD.
Nokia 5330 XpressMusic is ideal for playing audio tracks and keeping in touch with your social network. The Nokia 5330 XpressMusic also has dedicated music keys and comes with the regular 3.2MP camera, 2Gb microSD that can be upgraded up to 16GB. You can play your favorite music up to 26 hrs from a single battery charge.
Finally, the Nokia 5030 XpressRadio – the first entry-level XpressMusic phone to carry an internal FM radio antenna which comes to life with the powerful loudspeaker.The real highlight for the Nokia 5730 is the Homescreen for XpressMusic, providing access and dynamic information on music, people, games, email and calendar.