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The Windows phone game version of Final Fantasy is based on 2007’s enhanced Playstation Portable remake.
Square Enix’s Final Fantasy makes it way to Windows Phone devices.Read the rest of the article »
Samsung Focus 2 features a Windows 7.5 OS and can be yours for $49.99 with a 2 yr. contract with AT&T
Samsung’s Windows 7.5 powered smartphone is now available via AT&T. Dubbed as Focus 2, this device also features a brilliant touchscreen with its 4″ Super AMOLED display, Powerful 1.4GHz processor, LTE connectivity, a front facing camera and a rearfacing 5 MP camera with autofocus and LED flash.
The downside of this smartphone is its non-expandable 8GB memory and it only goes in one color, Glossy Pure White. It can be yours for $49.99 with a 2 yr. contract with AT&T.View Article Source »
US telcom AT&T is now accepting pre-orders for the Nokia Lumia 900 but for cyan and black phone units only.
Almost a week ahead of its April 8 release, AT&T is now accepting pre-orders for the windows 7.5 loaded, Nokia Lumia 900. Consumers can make a reservation through AT&T’s online and retail stores.
However, customers should know that they can only pre-order black or cyan blue versions of the new Nokia phone. The white version is expected to be released on April 22nd.
Shipments should be expected to arrive on April 6, two days before its official launch. Good news for new At&T customers, they can get the Lumia 900 phone for free after a $100 online rebate.
Check out AT&T’s online website for more information.View Article Source »
Nokia's flagship Windows 7.5 phone is coming to Europe in June.
UK’s leading mobile phone retailer Carphone Warehouse has announced that Nokia Lumia 900 is coming to Europe in June.
The Lumia 900, Nokia’s flagship Windows 7.5 will soon be available for pre-order. It will sport the same specs announced at CES, such as 4.3-inch AMOLED touch screen, 1.4 GHZ Snapdragon processor and an 8-megapixel camera.View Article Source »
The question is answered through a device-testing managed by both AT&T and Verizon.
The two leaders in mobile data plan are testing a special 4G LTE-powered Nokia Lumia phone. This was done since the Windows Phone 7.5 does not support the more efficient data network. The objective of the test is to push the carrier approval process. Nokia is reported to release their flagship device early next year. The phone is said to be Windows Phone “Tango” which includes 4.3-inch ClearBlack AMOLED display, 8 MP camera and 1.4GHz processor. There are still no final words on whether the new Lumia phone will be the first 4G LTE smartphone to be under the two giant carriers. All the answers will definitely be found at CES!View Article Source »
The first Windows Phone Mango handset from HTC, the Titan, is coming your way soon!
HTC’s much-anticipated plans for Windows Phone Mango were finally unveiled, as HTC Titan will serve as the manufacturer’s Windows Phone flagship. The said device features a 4.7-inch screen, and its super slim 9.9mm frame houses 1.5Ghz processor, 8-megapixel camera with dual LED flash, and 16GB of storage.
But the biggest draw here is the Windows Phone Mango which offers improved multitasking and deep Twitter integration. The HTC Titan is said to hit the stores on October, with the price yet to be announced by its carriers.View Article Source »
HTC is said to unveil its own set of Windows Phone devices on September 1 in UK. Holiday devices are coming in the shelves soon!
According to BGR, HTC will used its planned event in London next week to unveil their latest Windows Phone devices. Furthermore, two handsets – HTC Eternity and Omega – will feature the Mango software. The former sports a 3.7-inch screen while the latter is packed with 4.5-inch panel.
If this news will turn out to be true, this will make HTC as the second manufacturer to release a Windows Phone Mango devices. And that could mean pressure for Nokia.
More updates are sure to come, so just keep it posted here at GADG.View Article Source »
Motorola CEO is showing interest to build devices based on the Windows Phone platform.
Sanjay Jha, Motorola Mobility CEO, expressed his desire in building devices that was based on Microsoft’s Windows Phone platform. The executive claimed that Motorola is completely open to the notion of Windows Phone as a platform during the Oppenheimer Technology & Communications Conference. However, he cautioned that the company is still waiting to see if it will prove a worthy competitor.
Sanjay Jha also pointed the uncertainty over which platforms, aside from Android and iPhone, will still be viable in the future. The said executive does not expect all of the primary competitors to survive, place in doubt on Windows Phone, Blackberry and webOS.
Motorola’s chief made similar comments late last year despite a new lawsuit that was filed in October by Microsoft over cellphone patents against the firm. The case focused on patents related specifically to mobile phones.View Article Source »
With Windows Phone Mango soon to come, its iteration - dubbed as Tango - is said to arrive afterwards to power budget smartphones.
The arrival of Windows Phone Mango is fast approaching. However, rumors about its follow-up is also up and about. Speculated as Windows Phone Tango, a post by Mary-jo Foley at ZDNET suggests that the said follow-up could be a cut down version of the Windows OS for lower-end smartphones.
Windows Phone Tango is said to be unveiled after Mango’s launch and before Apollo release — which is believed to be the Windows Phone 8. It is also reported that Tango will come in two Nokia handsets, following the telecomm’s recent partnership with Microsoft.View Article Source »
Skype's job listing hinted that the said firm is planning to bring their video chat functionality to mobile devices.
Skype might be preparing its video chat functionality for the Windows Phone platform. The firm’s careers site includes a job listing for a video software engineer, helping them to deliver the Skype Video Engine on mobile and embedded devices. Windows Phone experience is explicitly listed as a “big plus.” The said listing says, “As an […]Read the rest of the article »
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