Samsung INNOV8 (a.k.a. 8510) announced, gets release date
Jul24

Samsung INNOV8 (a.k.a. 8510) announced, gets release date

It appears that Samsung’s 8 megapixel phone – Samung i8510 we told you about couple of weeks ago, will beat Sony Ericsson’s C905, at least in terms of release date. It has been unveiled today during World Cyber Game (WCG) 2008 held in China and from now on will be known as Samsung INNOV8 8510. (Samsung “Innoveit”, as I guess it will be pronounced, sounds much cooler then generic 8510i) 8 megapixel Samsung Innov8,...

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Dual SIM Motorola VE75 officially released, only in China
Jul18

Dual SIM Motorola VE75 officially released, only in China

Dual SIM phones are very common in the Chinese market and are starting to slowly make their way into Europe. Still, a dual SIM phone by one of the major brands is a rare thing, as most of these models are made by Chinese companies with unpronounceable names. Motorola now follows into Samsung’s footsteps, by releasing its second dual SIM model, the Motorola VE75.  The new model will only be released in China, just like the Motorola...

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Nokia Map Loader 2.0 is out of beta
Jul17

Nokia Map Loader 2.0 is out of beta

If you’re a user of Nokia’s GPS navigation application Nokia Maps and you don’t have an unlimited mobile internet plan, you most certainly know what it means to download maps to your mobile device. In terms of costs, I mean. This is where Nokia Map Loader comes in. The PC application allows you to download the maps on your computer and then transfer them to your mobile device, saving you a lot of money. The second version of Nokia Map...

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Neonode N2 gets software upgrade
Jul16

Neonode N2 gets software upgrade

The smallest touch screen phone around, the Neonode N2, was released at the start of last year and Unwiredview has reviewed it a while ago. Still, Neonode, a company that only released three models in its seven year history, won’t let go of the N2. Neonode has recently announced a software upgrade for the device, which will add a few new features to it. The upgrade will provide Neonode N2 with Winwap Technologies’ browser, for better...

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Google Maps for mobile gets voice search – only on BlackBerry Pearl devices, for now
Jul02

Google Maps for mobile gets voice search – only on BlackBerry Pearl devices, for now

The mobile version of Google Maps has been available for quite a while, but Google has decided to give it one of its most interesting features yet – voice search. The brand new version, that includes the voice search capability, can only be installed on BlackBerry Pearl devices (namely, BlackBerry Pearl 8110, BlackBerry Pearl 8120, and BlackBerry Pearl 8130) and only by U.S. users. A little too much only-s, but everything must start...

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LG KC910 – the next 8 megapixel phone?
Jul01

LG KC910 – the next 8 megapixel phone?

Sony Ericsson was the first to release a phone that broke the 8 megapixel barrier a little while ago, with its Sony Ericsson C905 model. Now it looks like LG will do the same soon enough with its new model, KC910. According to an anonymous source, that has allegedly seen the commercial for the new LG KC910, the phone will be released in October and it has an 8 megapixel camera with Xenon Flash. The camera also has a bunch of other...

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Windows Sideshow is now available for Windows Mobile devices
Jun06

Windows Sideshow is now available for Windows Mobile devices

A beta version of Windows Sideshow has been made available for Windows Mobile 5.0 and 6.0. Even though the software is a developer-intended beta, you can still try out its current features. Windows Sideshow is a technology that Microsoft rolled out in Windows Vista. It supports a secondary screen on your mobile PC and allows you to use it to view information, whether the laptop is on, off or in sleep mode. It does this through the use...

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Sony Ericsson W760 gets more expensive MTV Edition
Jun04

Sony Ericsson W760 gets more expensive MTV Edition

W760 was announced in January by Sony Ericsson, but the company seems to have decided that the music-oriented phone can be more of a hit to young customers. The new MTV edition of Sony Ericsson W760 will be available in Italy in a few weeks’ time, and then all over Europe. The MTV edition is the result of a partnership between Sony Ericsson and MTV Europe and will be more expensive than the usual Sony Ericsson W760, which costs around...

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Gigabyte announces GSmart MS808 – the 3.5G mobile TV phone, plus GSmart MS802 and GSmart MS820
Jun04

Gigabyte announces GSmart MS808 – the 3.5G mobile TV phone, plus GSmart MS802 and GSmart MS820

GSmart (Gigabyte’s mobile phone brand) has brought an arsenal of new Windows Mobile handsets to the Computex show in Taipei. The flagship of the new range is Gigabyte GSmart MS808. MS808 sports everything a mobile TV fan could want, but was afraid to ask for. It supports -T, DVB-H, T-DMB and ISDB-T. And if that isn’t enough to make you happy, it also has GPS and runs Windows Mobile 6.1. The CPU is a 624 MHz Marvell PXA310 and...

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Samsung P240 DuoS review (Samsung D780 as well?)
Jun04

Samsung P240 DuoS review (Samsung D780 as well?)

The dual SIM handset market is mainly dominated by Chinese products, but Samsung is the first big name to have serious intentions about it. Samsung SGH-D880 DuoS, released last year, was the first attempt at conquering “people too important to use only one SIM card and ready to spend good money for it”. It’s now followed by two cheaper models – Samsung SGH-P240 DuoS and DuoS Samsung SGH-D780. And these indeed seem to be...

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