Leak: Manufacturers Will Bring Out HTC Gold, Nokia E7, Due Q4 and Cetus
From Nokia to Samsung to Sony Ericsson to BlackBerry, the next four to five months will fill your schedule with all of this incoming handsets. Check out what's in store for you for the third quarter of 2010
With a little reason to doubt its credibility, Omio has been tipped off about the massive mobile phone release scheduled for the third quarter of 2010. Starting this July until October, all major manufacturers will present you hot, new phones that will make your summer-to-winter experience a blast! Read on to have a glimpse of what’s in store for 2010.
The summer kicks with this cool high gear of smartphones and touch-happy devices.
Nokia E5-00 – with its current-gen sheen – will surely take the best of classic E71 and E72. Next in the list is the Sony Ericsson W20 that will surely mark the return of Walkman brand in the mobile arena. Another handset that is due to make a July debut is the Samsung i5500 also dubbed as the Corby/Geo. This Android-toting handset is bound to enter the smartphone territory with the latest build of Google’s OS, Wi-Fi, A-GPS and a 2-megapixel camera
Blackberry, HTC and LG gave their ranges a revamp with some crisp, new devices as the leaves change its color for August.
The August will begin with the release of the Nokia X6 8GB – a music-savvy mobile with an 8GB model of XpressMusic devices all in an affordable price tag. With a 3.2 megapixel keyboard and a full QWERTY keyboard, the Blackberry Curve 9300 will earmark an early August release in UK.
Go color crazy with some new handsets this September! Arriving on September 1st is Nokia’s latest addition to the Xseries lineup – the Nokia X2. It’s complete with a dedicated music player buttons that are emblazoned down the sides, plus a 16GB storage support and a 5-megapixel camera.
After ages since its December ’09 unveiling, the Sony Ericsson Hazel will definitely walk the market this September. Though it took a long time to arrive, this eco-friendly handset can definitely entice your interest with its sleek slider design and noise canceling technology.
Brace yourselves for October because it is going to be explosive with Q4, Nokia, Sony Ericsson, and HTC’s most anticipated handsets.
Both due to release this October, the HTC Vision is the much papped Desire-plus-QWERTY while HTC Ace is something that we don’t know anything about yet. Everybody have their fingers crossed for the chance that the latter could be one of those awesome physical keyboard handsets.
Another ‘sandwich’ handset will be out this month! Nestling between the Android-power XPERIA 10 and mini/mini pro, the Sony Ericsson XPERIA X8 integrates social networking of TimeScape with the goodness of Android. The huge phone maker of Finland will release its Symbian-toting handset, Nokia N8, this month of the year. The Sony Ericsson Yendo will bring the four-corner quick access from XPERIA X10 mini but leaving the Google’s platform behind as this full-touch Walkman hits the market.
The HTC Gold must be pretty big as this handset will make the Android sing and the Windows Mobile bearable. With Microsoft’s shiny phone platform, let’s see what this Taiwanese manufacturer’s first bite at the Windows Phone 7 cherry can do.
Next thing to watch out in the market this November is the Nokia E7 that is rumored to be the ill-fated Nokia N97 done right. With its presupposed full-QWERTY keyboard and tilting touchscreen… It seems possible, right? And the last, but definitely not the least is the Samsung i8700 Cetus. Having its name from a sea monster in a Greek Mythology, it seems that all is pointing to a Samsung OS giant coming.View Article Source »