BlackBerry is all set to announce the details about the Classic device which has already been revealed partially.While the features and pricing have been revealed already,it would be interesting to see what the company has to announce today.The Classic can be seen as a successor to the BlackBerry Q10 and is priced at $449 and is already up for pre-order.
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BlackBerry has tackled the top end of the segment with its flagship Z10, Q10 handsets aimed at the die hard BlackBerry user and CEOs alike. However bringing the masses on to its next generation platform is what will help raise the bottom lines. The Canadian smartphone manufacturer has worked hard to scale down and bring a very similar experience to a smaller and more affordable handset. With an improved keyboard and a design that harks back to the BlackBerry Curves of yore, could the Q5 be exactly what the doctor ordered? Read on to find out. Continue reading “BlackBerry Q5 Review”
Over at BlackBerry Live in Orlando, CEO Thorston Heins just unveiled the brand new BlackBerry Q5, a BB10 device with a QWERTY keyboard aimed at the budget-minded mass market. The device comes in various colours like red, white, black and pink. It is all set to launch this summer in various emerging markets. The BlackBerry Q5 was previously known or codenamed the R10, and it looks very much like a Q10 with vibrant colours in matte plastic.
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Toronto based Research in Motion, maker of the BlackBerry smartphones will be showing off its next generation offering at an event on 30th January 2013 but devices based on the BlackBerry 10 operating system have already been leaked. In the latest set of images we get a clear look at what will be RIM’s BlackBerry 10 based QWERTY equipped smartphone.
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The Nokia Asha 200 is a dual SIM enabled device which allows for Easy Swap ie it is possible to change the SIM card without turning off the device. You also get shortcuts for social networking , email , IM , Orkut and Flickr amongst others.
The phone can support upto 32GB microSD cards allowing users to store thousands of tracks. The phone is rated for 52hours of audio playback. A 2MP camera is also present at the back of the phone.
UPDATE: Here is a hands-on video of the Asha 200
During the keynote speech at Nokia World , the company has announced 4 new devices under its Nokia Asha series as part of its offering for developing markets. Headlining these devices is the Nokia 303.
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The phone is the picture is the Motorola Admiral. It is another addition to Motorola’s Android powered QWERTY candybar phones.
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We recently saw Samsung announce the Galaxy Note smartphone. It seems that LG is also ready to introduce a phone named Note. The phone in the picture above is the Optimus Note.
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The phone in the picture above is a leaked QWERTY slider from Samsung that runs on Android. It is set to release on the AT&T network.
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Seems like everyone is joining in on the candy bar QWERTY touchscreen design. First was the Nokia E6-00 then the Samsung Galaxy Pro and more recently the LG Optimus Pro. Now Motorola have announced the Motorola XT316 which is based on the same form factor.
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HTC caused a stir at this year’s MWC when they announced the ChaCha and Salsa, two Android devices with their very own Facebook button. Unofficially dubbed the ‘Facebook phones’, the ChaCha allows you to easily update your Facebook status with a simple press of a button. Continue reading “HTC ChaCha preview”
The Samsung Galaxy Pro is the first QWERTY Android phone from Samsung and the 2nd one after Motorola Charm. Here are some photos of the Galaxy Pro which was launched in Chennai today. The handset has been available for a while now in India. Continue reading “Samsung Galaxy Pro Live Pics”
The Nokia E7. Nokia’s answer to its loyal Fans who were waiting for a worthy successor of the Communicator. It’s also the answer to all QWERTY fans, finally wanting to get rid of their horrendous N97s. Announced at last year’s Nokia World in London, Nokia has set out to please fans from both camps. I have decided to gather my thoughts on the Nokia E7 in something called Hits and Misses – I will look at certain details of the Nokia E7 and either give it a plus or a minus – a hit or a miss. So what is an absolute hit for me? And where is Nokia missing something? Read on to find out what grinds my gears.
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Samsung has just announced their latest smartphone, the Galaxy Pro. It is a candybar QWERTY device that runs on Android 2.2 Froyo.
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Last October we brought to you news that Sony Ericsson might be bringing out Windows Phone 7 devices in 2011. The rumours might be true because the above picture shows a Sony Ericsson device running on the Windows Phone 7 OS.
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