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Rugged Samsung Xcover E2370 offers 67 days of stand-by time

Samsung announces rugged Xcover handset with 67-day standby time

Prefer your cellphone to be more tough than smart? Then you might want to give Samsung's new Xcover E2370 handset a bit of consideration. While it may not be ideally suited for much more than calls or the odd text message, it is fully ruggedized and IP54-certified for dust and splash resistance, and it boasts an impressive 67-day standby time (and 22-hour talk time) to ensure it lasts throughout your next arduous expedition (or regular business trips, as the case may be). Still no indication of a release over here, but the phone should be rolling out across Europe next month for just under $100.

The Xcover is IP54-certified, thus being dust and splash resistant. The phone weighs 115 and it’s quite bulky (19mm thick). It features GSM/EDGE connectivity, a 128 x 160 pixels TFT display, Bluetooth, FM radio, VGA photo camera, 5MB of internal memory, and MicroSD card support (up to 2GB).


Apple iPhone 4 is coming to INDIA in September

iPhone 4 coming to India in September at Rs. 35,500 for 16GB and Rs. 41,500 for 32GB

Looks like the iPhone 4 will be here in September and thats Good news for smart phone users of India. Apple iPhone 4, latest edition of Apple iPhone, is coming to India in September 2010, though after seeing the crazy demand the phone is getting elsewhere in the world, we can surely expect a slight delay. While the list of carriers offering iPhone 4 services in India has not yet been officially confirmed, Vodafone has made some noises about supporting it, and Airtel will almost definitely also.

The 16GB iPhone 4 would cost Rs. 35,500 while the 32GB version will be priced at Rs.41,500. On June 7, 2010, Apple CEO, Steve Jobs, unveiled the Apple iPhone 4 at the Apple World Wide Developers’ Conference. Taking pre-orders for iPhone 4 started from June 15, 2010. On that the website of Apple and AT&T crushed due to huge web traffic. So many people wanted to get their hands on the latest iPhone.

Finally, the Apple iPhone 4 has been released in the U.S. and Europe on June 24, 2010. On the first day of launch, there was huge frenzy among people. There was long cue in front of Apple stores. On the first day, 1.5 million units of iPhone 4 have been sold. In addition, Apple received 600,000 pre-orders. The pre-ordered phones will rich stores in July.

The new iPhone 4 is lighter and thinner than its predecessor and more powerful. The phone comes with many new features including an improved display, multi-tasking capability, video-calling capability and more. The new iPhone measures 4.5 inches x 2.31 inches x 0.37 inch and weighs 4.8 ounces. It is powered by Apple A4 chip which also used in Apple iPad.


US Cellular adds HTC Desire and BlackBerry Bold in August

US Cellular adds HTC Desire and BlackBerry Bold in August, teases BlackBerry 9670 for 'later this year

We were extremely close to cramping our sarcasm muscle with all the faux excitement we had to drum up for the 3.2-inch Acclaim, but US Cellular has now come back with word that it'll soon count HTC's Desire among its roster of phones. The Desire, which is mooted to be coming to other smaller carriers like Cellular South, will debut in August alongside the BlackBerry Bold. We're more excited, however, to find US Cellular promising it'll offer "a BlackBerry flip smartphone with a full QWERTY keyboard" later this year. That sounds like RIM's slightly unorthodox 9670 to us, and will probably form the second part of the BB maker's pledged introduction of two new handsets. US Cellular's 2010 device lineup refresh will be completed with a pair more Androids, courtesy of LG and Samsung. The former is said to have a "large touch screen and slide-out, ergonomically-designed QWERTY keyboard," while the latter is only described as "highly-anticipated." Not too shabby.


Nokia says all of its smartphones will support NFC starting next year

From next year, all Nokia’s Smart phones will support NFC

Every single Nokia smartphone built from 2010 will support Near Field communications [NFC]

On Thursday, Nokia’s executive VP for markets Anssi Vanjoki while delivering a keynote presentation in Helsinki said that all the Nokia’s smartphones built in 2010 will come equipped with Near Field Communications [NFC] technology. With NFC, Nokia smartphone users will be able to make payments by waving their handsets near a compatible reader. Though, he did not give any specific info about which Nokia smartphones will have this feature; however on being asked about smartphones to support Single Wire Protocol [SWP], Nokia had earlier used, he explained that smartphones will support both SWP and other secure element formats including MicroSD card. He also indicated towards the possibility of smartphones supporting an embedded element too.

For third party application developers, there will also be made available a set of tools.

The announcement has come at a time when the NFC market was buzzed with rumors about Nokia ending support to near field communication technology, as earlier this year there had come a news about the handset maker canceling plans to kick start production of its highly anticipated 6216 Classic NFC phone.


Verizon Motorola ‘Droid X’

Verizon confirms the existence of Motorola ‘Droid X’

Verizon Wireless Thursday confirmed that Motorola will be launching a new Android-based handset, the ‘Droid X’; with the carrier’s website showing the image of the device, accompanied by the caption: “The Next Generation of Does: Droid Does.” Presenting a series of mouse-over animations, Verizon’s Flash-based web promo for the Droid X revealed that the handset features a 4.3-inch screen, HDMI output; and boasts the capability of capturing 720-pixel video.

The web promo by Verizon comes a few days ahead of a reported Verizon media event scheduled for Wednesday, June 23 – that is, one day before the release of the much-hyped and much-leaked Apple iPhone 4. The ‘invitation only’ event, titled “Unleashing the Next Generation of Droid,” will witness speeches by Verizon,Motorola, Abode, and Google executives.

Though there has been hardly any other official disclosure about Motorola’s forthcoming Droid, pictures and rumored specifications of the device have been making rounds on the blogosphere for quite some time.

The handset was earlier referred to as the ‘Droid Xtreme’ and ‘Droid Shadow’; and the rumor mills were abuzz about its 1GHz processor, along with either 8GB or 16GB of built-in memory and an 8-megapixel camera. Rumors also have it that the Droid X will run Android 2.2 ‘Froyo’; and will feature a modified version of Motorola’s Motoblur Android interface.


Samsung Galaxy Tab P1000 tablet

Samsung Galaxy Tab P1000 tablet sports WiFi and 3G data

Samsung's 7-inch Tab has certainly captured everyone's attention as another possible anti-iPad tablet. So far, Samsung's only saying that its Galaxy Tab will launch in Q3 without providing much in the way of detail other than this picture tweeted (and then pulled) by a Samsung's official Twitter account in South Africa. Since then we've seen rumored specs that include Android 2.2, a 7-inch Super AMOLED display, 1.2GHz A8 processor, 4,000mAH battery, 370-gram weight, and 16GB of on-board memory with up to 32GB of microSD expansion.

Today we've received an anonymous tip with even more info. After a series of communications with this person, we're confident enough to at least pass along what was said. Mind you, we're still classifying it as rumor until we see further evidence. First off, our source claims to have spent time with the same four-button device we saw in the video yesterday. The "sturdy and well-built" tablet was "very thin," described as about the same thickness as an iPhone. Our source says that the P1000 model is correct and that it will indeed feature "full phone functionality" albeit without a dedicated earpiece on the bezel -- for audio, you'll have to rely on a Bluetooth headset or the P1000's speaker. Thank gawd... the last thing we want to see if someone screaming into a 7-inch tablet held to the side of their head. There's a front-facing camera for video calling and a 3.2 megapixel camera around back for shooting pictures and video. Granted, 3.2 megapixels seems suspiciously low for the notoriously pixel greedy Samsung. Besides Bluetooth, we're told that the Galaxy Tab will also feature WiFi and 3G data, a standard SIM slot, and can tether over USB or WiFi. Oh, and the battery can't be removed and the version our source used had a 6x4 icon layout and appeared to be running stock Android 2.2 Froyo. Interesting,


Nokia X-5 01

Nokia X-5 01 Nokia have announced two more models to its X Series of mobile phones at the Nokia Connection event in Singapore. The phones announced are the X5-01 and the X6 8GB. The Nokia X5-01 is a...Nokia have announced two more models to its X Series of mobile phones at the Nokia Connection event in Singapore. The phones announced are the X5-01 and the X6 8GB. The Nokia X5-01 is a chubby-squarish QWERTY slider. It has a screen with landscape orientation. It’s features include:

  • 74.3 x 66.4 x 16.8 mm, 129 grams
  • 2.36″ Screen with QVGA (320*240) Resolution
  • Symbian S60 3rd Edition Feature Pack 2
  • QWERTY Keyboard
  • Accelerometer, 3.5mm Audio Jack
  • 200MB Internal Memory, micro-SD Card Slot supporting upto 32GB (2GB Included)
  • GPRS, EDGE, 3G, HSDPA, Wi-Fi
  • Bluetooth 2.1 with A2DP, micro-USB 2.0
  • 5 Megapixel Camera with LED Flash and Video Recording
  • Yellow Green, Purple, Pink, Azure and Graphite Black Colours

It has dedicated Music Keys and Nokia says it’s sound quality is excellent.
The X5-01 has some very unique features as well. Spinning the phone lets you randomly change the track. Shaking the phone will show you the unread message.
It is expected to be launched in the third quarter of 2010 at an approximate price of 165 Euros before subsidies and taxes.


NewArrivalTechnologyNews: Blackberry Pearl 3G

Updates are coming that  Blackberry Pearl 3G is going to be available in India soon and the street price is estimated to be around the Rs.16000 mark. The original Pearl 8100 was a huge hit in India and across the world for RIM. Looks like they want to repeat that success with the Pearl I am not sure if RIM will go with the Pearl 3G name or 9100 for India.  This handset was made official at that WES Blackberry Summit in Florida recently.

blackberry pearl


Inside Nokia Factory | For The First Time

Inside Nokia Factory Testing Lab Unseen Pictures . . . !

Here, Today somthing New to know about NOKIA, there are some pictures available to watch out that how the company works, and what they do while manufacturing...!

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The Next iPhone | “Apple iPhone 4G” | Appear on store in June

Apple iPhone 4 will appear on store in June 24 starting

Steve Job introduces to us new iPhone, next-generation of Apple iPhone with named ” iPhone 4 “. The first, Apple was left the old create name for their products, example iPhone 2G, iPhone 3G, iPhone 3GS and this, it’s not iPhone 4G, new name is iPhone 4.

Also as we mention before with more than two topics about prototype version leaked, this announces have no change. It comes with two camera, LED flash, a new high resolution display, using A4 processor. The camera bumped to 5 megapixels with 5X digital zoom, help you recording HD video at 720p / 30fps. No more special change about software, it’s currently running iPhone OS 4 ( which named iOS 4 ) and they include iMovie in there.

A few features of iPhone 4G:

Thinner! With shiny glass back piece - 9.3 mm thick.
Unified Mailbox (all email accounts in one area).
Application folders.
New wallpaper/background options.
A new, sleeker body design.
OLED screen.
Multi-Tasking. (use multiple functions at once without going in and out of apps).
iChat camera (on the front so you can have video chat!!!).
32G (basic) and 64G of memory. You're sure to never run out.
Extended battery life!!!
Hi Definition Camera (5 megapixel) with a backside illuminated sensor AND FLASH!
Hi Definition Camcorder.
Hi Definition audio.
Messaging light.
True GPS built in.

Somthings New :

Front-facing video chat camera
Improved regular back-camera (the lens is quite noticeably larger than the iPhone 3GS)
Camera flash
Micro-SIM instead of standard SIM (like the iPad)
Improved display. It's unclear if it's the 960x640 display thrown around before—it certainly looks like it, with the "Connect to iTunes" screen displaying much higher resolution than on a 3GS.
What looks to be a secondary mic for noise cancellation, at the top, next to the headphone jack
Split buttons for volume
Power, mute, and volume buttons are all metallic

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