HTC Arrive which was launched in March this year, with a sliding qwerty keyboard and a 1GHz processor running Microsoft’s Windows Phone 7, has received a Windows Phone 7.5 update which can be seen on Sprint’s site which was just updated.
US network AT&T has announced three new Windows Phone 7 Mango smartphones, the Samsung Focus S, Samsung Focus Flash and the already announced HTC Titan.
The Samsung Focus S will feature a 4.3″ Super AMOLED Plus screen, the same one that can be found on their current Android flagship, the Samsung Galaxy S II. Like the Galaxy S II, it will have a very thin body – measuring just 8.5mm, the same thickness of the Galaxy S II at its thinnest point. The Focus Flash on the other hand will have a smaller 3.7″ Super AMOLED screen. Both of these smartphones will have a 1.4 GHz processor of the single core variety.
Not much is known for either devices though we do know that the Focus S will have a 8MP rear camera and 1.3MP front facing camera. The Focus Flash will have a 5MP rear camera and front facing camera with unspecified resolution.
No pricing has been released, though they are expected to arrive on the fourth quarter of this year. It is unknown if Samsung plans to release these phones worldwide.
If the Windows Phone Dev Podcast is to be believed then we can expect the WP7 Mango roll out to begin sometime next week. The awaited update brings major improvements with the biggest being support for multitasking.
IFA event is currently going on in Berlin and a lot of big technology brands introduced new stuff. Samsung announced several stuff and Toshiba introduced a new tablet whereas Sony Ericsson showed us the updated version of Xperia Arc, that’s the story of Germany. On the other side, HTC which is one of the leading smartphone manufacturers in the world unveiled two new devices in London. Continue reading “HTC Titan and Radar WP7 Mango devices revealed, due next month”
BGR reports that RBC has raised Nokia’s Q3 outlook and said that the situation is not as dire as it appears. The analyst has set a target price of $9 and has said that the situation seems to be improving.
Ahead of the September 1st launch , press shots of the HTC Omega have been revealed by PocketNow. The images reveal a Windows Phone 7.5 (Mango) based handset. The handset appears to have a 3.7″ capacitive touchscreen display.
An unannounced Samsung smartphone has been spotted clearing Bluetooth and WiFi certifications. Nanapho.jp has noted its UAProfile on the internet and confirmed it to be a Window Phone Mango device.
LG’s Android line up for the second half of 2011 just got leaked by PocketNow. The massive leak of devices shows 4 Android devices including the successor to the Prada phone. A new device running on WP7 Mango is also expected to hit the market with high end specifications.
A few days ago, we reported that Samsung will be launching the WP7 version of Galaxy S II and it will be Samsung’s first ever Mango device and guess what? Microsoft officially unveiled the Samsung upcoming device during the Microsoft Worldwide Partner conference this Tuesday and the device looks a lot like the SGS2. As you can in the image above, it features three traditional WP7 buttons (Home, Back, Search) and you can see it’s running on WP7. Continue reading “Samsung upcoming WP7 Mango device revealed by Microsoft”
HTC HD2 was launched back in November 2009 which is my personal favorite Windows Mobile device and it’s still considered as one of the best HTC WinMo device. Hackers also love it and some even try porting Android into it and long time ago, we saw it running on Windows Phone 7. Continue reading “Want to run Mango on HD2? Here’s how to do it”
Samsung is one of the largest mobile phone manufacturers in the world and they have made some amazing devices in last few years. They recently launched the Samsung Galaxy S II which is considered as one of the best Android devices at the moment and Samsung sold 3 million Galaxy S II units in just 55 days and it’s now Samsung’s fastest selling device. Continue reading “Samsung launching WP7 version of Galaxy S II?”
We just showed you the pictures of the 12 Megapixel Windows Phone from HTC. Here is a video preview of the upcoming device running on Windows Phone version 7.1 also known as Mango.
We told you yesterday that Microsoft will officially reveal the next version of WP7 which is known as Windows Phone 7.1 Mango, we also told you about a rumor that there will be new phones, but actually the rumor was just false. The event was all about software and there was no sign of any device, but still we got a lot of information out of it. With Mango, Microsoft is focusing on communication, apps and Internet. Continue reading “Summary: Microsoft Windows Phone 7 Mango event”
We told you few weeks ago that Microsoft will reveal the next version of WP7 which is known as Mango on May 24th. As tomorrow is the day, Microsoft is gearing up for it and we are already hearing rumors and some leak details about what is coming out tomorrow. Continue reading “Windows Phone 7.5 featuring over 500 new features, new phones coming?”
Microsoft launched Windows Phone 7 last year and its successor to Windows Mobile 6.5. WP7 is a totally refreshed and a different OS as compared to others, and it brings a lot of good features to users but it’s also missing some. Microsoft recently launched copy-past NoDo update for WP7, but users are expecting some more stuff. Continue reading “Microsoft to reveal next version of WP7 on May 24th”