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One of he Samsung's Galaxy smartphone, the Galaxy W, was finally seen at the FCC documents.
Galaxy W, one of the Samsung’s Galaxy smartphone variants, has finally seen in the FCC documents ahead of its formal launch. The Commision’s tests suggest that the Android-based device, which aims to provide a midrange of feature set, will use the model number SGH-T679 as it arrives to consumers through the T-Mobile’s network.
The Galaxy W features a single-core processor running at 1.4GHz, while the 3.7-inch display brings 800×480 resolution. The device is expected to launch with Android 2.3 Gingerbread, while media can be stored on 4GB of internal memory.
However, there’s still no announcement from T-Mobile regarding the launch details of the Galaxy W.View Article Source »
Another variant of the Samsung's Galaxy Tab 10.1 for T-Mobile was approved by FCC.
The FCC approved yet another Galaxy Tab 10.1 variant, which is equipped to run on T-Mobiles’s network. The said tablet, which was filed under the model number SGH-T859, seems to match the external dimensions of the Wi-Fi and LTE Galaxy Tab 10.1 variant. The variant goes along with a GSM radio that supports T-Mobile’s 1700MHz network. It also has 850/1900MHz GSM, EDGE, WCDMA and HSPA networks.
Samsung followed the arrival of Wi-Fi edition in the market in June by equipping its iPad competitor with 3G and 4G radios for a number of cellular networks. Previous announcements confirm plans to provide the tablet through NTT DoCoMo in Japan, along with Rogers and Telus in Canada.
T-Mobile has yet to formally announce its launch plans for the Galaxy Tab 10.1.View Article Source »
Bluetooth SIG's website unveiled a new Motorola variant that is designed for Facebook users.
Photos of Motorola’s EX225 have just been revealed on the Bluetooth Special Interest Group (SIG) website. As claimed by some reports, this feature phone is specially designed to target avid users and fans of the popular social site — Facebook.
The Motorola EX225 will be offered in two variants: One that accommodates dual SIMS and another that supports only one. Both models come with a five-row QWERTY keyboard, and a mysterious button at the lower-left corner of the keyboard which is believed to be dedicated for Facebook. The EX225 will also feature a 2.4-inch TFT-LCD display, a 3.0-megapixel camera, and a 3G connectivity.Read the rest of the article »
Acer Iconia Tab A501 with HSPA+ will arrive on AT&T on September 18, and will cost around $330 on contract.
As promised, the new Acer Iconia Tab A501 will be arriving on AT&T just before the summer ends. The said carrier announced that it will start selling the 16GB model next Sunday, September 18, for $480 or $330 with a two year contract.
Designed for both consumers and small businesses, the newest Acer Iconia tablet gives the customers the freedom to enjoy technology around the clock on the AT&T mobile broadband network. The HSPA+ technology with enhanced backhaul will provide up to 4x faster data transmission.Read the rest of the article »
BlackBerry Bold Touch is rumored to have another family member -- the metal-clad 9980!
A mysterious BlackBerry device makes way to YouTube, showcasing a different look from the usual RIM handsets people are familiar with. Rumored as Bold Touch 9980, it features a design which is a sharp departure from everything people have seen from RIM so far.
The mobile device’s keyboard is made to look metal, while the back sees the return of the faux leather cover. In terms of the hardware, the BlackBerry Bold Touch 9980 seems to be identical with Bold Touch 9900. As for the software, it’s a no brainer that it runs on BlackBerry OS 7.
While waiting for the BlackBerry Bold Touch 9980’s official announcement from RIM, why not check it out in action at the video after the break?Read the rest of the article »
Sony and AT&T made an exclusive partnership to unveil the Xperia Play 4G!
Just a few months after Sony’s Xperia Play hit the market, the company and AT&T announced an exclusive partnership to release the newest version of the phone — the Xperia Play 4G. AT&T offers the 4G-capable handset in an exclusive stealth blue color, together with bonus accessories like Sony Ericsson Multimedia Dock DK300 and MC100 music cable. Moreover, the Sony Xperia Play 4G is pre-loaded with seven games at no additional costs.
Learn more about the Xperia Play 4G by hitting the break.Read the rest of the article »
Sony's Tablet P comes with the latest technology by presenting two interactive screens in one tablet.
During the IFA show in Germany, Sony has unveiled their plans of releasing the first folding tablet computer in the world, which it hopes to be iPad’s top competitor. The Sony Tablet P will be sporting two 5.5-inch touchscreens with a resolution of 1024 x 480 pixels each, and can be folded in half — making it the most portable tablet if compared to Apple’s iPad and other similar devices. Sony even noted that the device could easily fit inside a jacket pocket or a hand bag.
One of the notable features of the Tablet P is that its two screens can be combined together to be used as one large screen. The two sides could also support different activities. For example, the upper one running a video game and the other screen running emails. Sony’s Tablet P is also expected to have a much cheaper retail price than the iPad 2 with the same network access.
Find out the full specifications, price, and release date of Sony Tablet P after the jump.Read the rest of the article »
HP refreshes its Pavilion DM1 laptop with few spec bumps, a new design and some software add-ons.
HP has finally updated its Pavilion DM1 laptop. The 11.6-inch crossover notebook is now equipped with a Beats Audio processing system, providing better sound quality from the speakers and headphones. It is also updated with AMD’s Fusion-based, 1.65GHz E-350 and low-voltage Intel chips — which is expected to make the device faster than before.
The Pavilion DM1 ultraportable laptop also gets a revamped software. An HP Launch Box has just been added, therefore, allowing the applications to be easily organized by grouping them on the Windows 7 taskbar. A simple mouse click would open an application directly from the taskbar, which frees up screen real estate on the notebook’s desktop. The new battery is also notable, as it could support up to 11.5 hours of usage.
There would be two versions for the Pavilion DM1: A charcoal gray model and a unique ash black variant with a soft finish. The gray models will be shipped on September 21 for a price of $400; it will feature an E-450 processor, a Radeon HD 6320 video, 4GB of RAM, and a 320GB hard drive. The variant with Intel processors will be available in charcoal on October 30 for $600; while the ash black versions will be rolled out sometime in fall.View Article Source »
Capture the moment by making a bold statement with Nikon's D1300 in red!
Nikon is pleased to introduce Nikon D1300 in a brilliant red body! This is the corporation’s first red DSLR model that aims the young and hip who are keen to advance their photographic skills.
This entry-level Nikon DX-format DSLR camera boasts the same features on the original black model. The D1300 sports the company’s CMOS image sensor, EXPEED 2 image processing engine, and refine guide mode.
Are you ready to upgrade your photographing skills to DSLR and make a bold statement?View Article Source »
Apple will roll out its Thunderbolt Display to market this week.
Apple is said to deliver the Thunderbolt Display to stores this week based on details that emerged on Tuesday. MacRumors said that both the official Apple stores and third-party chains should have the 27-inch screen soon. Online pre-order customers haven’t received shipping notices yet, but some details claimed that the shipping of the Thunderbolt Display will be on September 15.
The display was revealed during the unveiling of the new MacBook Air, and is being used as a full desktop docking station for portables. The 10Gbps Thunderbolt link feeds both the 2560 x 1440 display, as well as gigabit Ethernet, 2.1-channel audio, an HD webcam, FireWire 800 and three USB ports. Apple’s only separate cable for the computer is a MagSafe connector required to supply the extra power for notebooks.
Users can daisy chain as many as five other Thunderbolt devices, even though only one of those devices can be an additional Thunderbolt Display.View Article Source »
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