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Samsung Announced Galaxy S2 Release Date for UK – May 1

12 Apr

The Samsung Galaxy S2 tech gadgets will be launching in the UK on May 1. Samsung made the announcement today where it also confirmed that it will be made available on all networks.

The Galaxy S2 is the next generation model from the Galaxy S that launched last year. It includes an improved screen that is still Super AMOLED, but also carries the Plus name on the end of it.

The operating system running on the S2 will be Android 2.3 Gingerbread.

The CPU runs at 1.2GHz and is a dual-core chip which makes it quite a bit more powerful than the older generation tech gadgets.

We are still waiting to hear from each of the networks in regards to the pricing, but we expect to hear any day now.


Source from gadgetvenue

Samsung to release two Bada 2.0 handsets with NFC in Q4, software update in July?

11 Apr

Some of you Samsungers are probably anticipating the snazzy Wave 578 due out in May or June outside the US, but the sad news is it won’t be shipped with the upcoming Bada 2.0 OS tech gadgets. Fret not, though, as Russian blog Bada World claims to have obtained some juicy details that’ll cheer up Bada fanatics. The above slide — apparently sourced from a Samsung France conference from a few days ago — lists a pair of new but unnamed handsets that’ll pack the new software, along with 7.2Mbps HSDPA, Bluetooth 3.0, and the seemingly trendsetting NFC. The difference between these two phones? One of them appears to be the flagship Bada 2.0 model, which expects a September launch with a 3.65-inch HVGA display, a 5 megapixel main camera, plus a VGA secondary camera. The second device will follow a month later, sporting a smaller 3.14-inch QVGA screen and just a 3 megapixel imager.

In related news, TNW India reports that Bada 2.0 tech gadgets will be “first experienced in India” around July, though no hardware is mentioned here. This could imply that existing Bada users in India — where Samsung’s R&D develops 30 percent of Bada applications — may be one of the first to obtain the 2.0 update, and it shouldn’t be long before the rest of the world get their share of this piping hot pie. Anyhow, be rest assured that we’ll keep our eyes peeled open for more Bada 2.0 news — it’ll be interesting to see where Samsung’s next big push will take us.

sourceBada World, TNW India

LG Town C300

2 Apr

LG Town C300 is a phone from LG that has discarded the myth that rules out LG cellphones from subcontinent markets. The cellphone hosts extraordinary battery life as it offers around 700 hours of stand by time and up to 7 hours of talk time. These electronic gadgets is a QWERTY keypad based multimedia phone. It has a TFT screen of 2.4 inches. It has an internal memory of 158 MB which is expandable up to 4GB. The cellphone has a 2 megapixel camera which offers irresistible image quality. The cellphone has a pretty low price which has made it a public sweetheart.

HTC Touch 3G

1 Apr

HTC Touch 3G is the 3G version of HTC Touch. It has a CPU which gives 528 MHz CPU speed, 192 MB RAM, and 256 MB ROM. The cellphone is one of the earliest 3G cellphone with dedicated processor launched by any company. It offers various features and has become a pioneer in 3G cellphones. These electronic gadgets have a 3.15 megapixel camera and 2.8 inch TFT resistive touch screen. The touch screen has TouchFLO finger swipe navigation, handwriting recognition and 5 way navigation technologies. It is one of the primal Windows based smartphones. The cellphone is definitely a benchmark for 21st century people.

Acer-Windows Phone

31 Mar

Personal computer and laptop manufacturer Acer have announced that they will be delving even further into the mobile telecommunications market this year as they revealed plans to release at least seven Windows 7 Phone run devices this Autumn. The Taiwanese company have for a long time now been a small player in the mobile market, happy to coast along in the sidelines producing decent and well received phones but never threatening to produce a phone that sells as well as models like the Samsung Galaxy S or the Nokia N8 electronic gadgets.

Now though it seems as if they are ready to make serious inroads into the market as the devices, to be launched alongside three tablets as well, are already getting people talking about Acer in a positive light.

It has already been announced that these new Acer mobiles will run on the new upgrade of Windows mobile, known as Mango and also set for an Autumn release. News of the Mango upgrade looks good as it seems Microsoft have focused on improving areas such as the browser and adding features such as copy and paste and multitasking which have been conspicuous only in their absence on previous Windows Phone devices.

This is an ambitious move from both Microsoft and Acer and time will tell whether it will be successful. The guys at Acer feel that it should be though, admitting that they expect to sell “six figures” worth of phones in the UK alone.

Acer have been producing affordable and well-made laptops for a long time now and if they can transfer this talent over to the world of smartphones and tablets electronic gadgets there is no reason why the company should not exceed its target. As we all know though, the mobile phone market is rather more complicated than that and a multitude of factors could affect Acer’s bold move.

Keep checking back to the Dialaphone website for more news as it happens on this, and other newly released mobile phones.

Samsung Galaxy mini available on T-Mobile

29 Mar

The Samsung Galaxy mini is now available on T-Mobile, and has been confirmed as being in stock.

The Galaxy mini, also available in White, is Samsung‘s latest affordable electronic gadgets and as you would expect, its offers a miniature smartphone experience. The pint-sized mobile sports a 3.15-inch touchscreen, displaying Samsung’s social TouchWiz UI and a host of pre-loaded Google widgets. It may be small, but it still offers the full Froyo package, including built-in GPS, Facebook and Twitter integration and access to the Android Market. On its rear, the Samsung Galaxy mini features a 3 megapixel camera, capable of recording video footage at 15 frames per second. That’s not all, as it also features HSDPA and WiFi speeds, up to 32GB of storage and a powerful 1200mAh battery.

The Samsung Galaxy mini is now available to order on pay monthly deals with T-Mobile. Prices start from just £11.06/month, once cashback from 11 months free line rental has been claimed from a 2 year £24.42/month contract. This deal includes a free handset, 300 minutes, 300 texts and 500MB data. These cool electronic gadgets is also available on O2, Orange and Vodafone, from £8.51/month.

The Samsung Galaxy mini is also available on Pay As You Go with O2, Orange, T-Mobile and Vodafone, from £149.99.

Motorola Z6w

29 Mar

Motorola Z6w is a vertical slider handsome mobile with 2G Network with GSM 900 / GSM 1800 / GSM 1900 / GSM 850. It weighs around 110.0 g (with battery) with the dimensions that ranges up to 105 x 45 x 17.3 mm.  It has a graphical type display screen with the resolution of 240 x 320 pixels and 262k colors. The tech gadgets have a 64 MB memory storage capacity with the additional microSD flash system. It produces networking operation system of Class 12 (4+1/3+2/2+3/1+4 slots), 32 – 48 kbps and WLAN of Wi-Fi 802.11b/g, UMA. It is charged with Li-Ion type of battery that offers GSM: 400h stand by time.

LG GS390 Prime Reviews

28 Mar

LG GS390 Prime is a much affordable mobile with so many attractive special features. Let us analyze few of them. It operates with the 2G Network facility with GSM 850 / 1800 / 1900. It is available in the 108 x 52.8 x 12.7 mm dimensions, and weighs around 89 grams. The display TFT touch screen has 256K colors and 240 x 400 pixels, 3.0 inches thick. These electronic gadgets are also loaded with special features such as the Stereo FM radio, Bluetooth v2.1 with A2DP, micro USB v2.0 and games. The mobile has an in built 2 Mega Pixel camera with the resolution of 1600×1200 pixels.

Microsoft Pushes Out First Windows Phone 7 Update

24 Mar

Microsoft has begun to distribute its first Windows Phone 7 update. It’s actually the second update technically, although the first was pushed out to prepare the device to get further updates.

The new update brings several new features to smartphones which includes copy and paste, faster start and resume time for apps, improved category search in the Marketplace as well as various other performance increases.

The update is numbered 7300 and began rolling out yesterday to WP7 tech gadgets users.

One thing to note with this update is that Microsoft is pushing it out to unbranded devices, which means those not locked to a specific network. For those on networks such as AT&T, Orange, O2 and various other networks around the world, the carriers each decide when the update will be pushed out.

The next big update is now being worked on. The update is called Mango, and will more than likely classed as Windows Phone 7.5. Twitter integration, IE9 and multi-tasking is expected to play a big part. We suspect that Nokia will be using Mango when it ships its first WP7 device late 2011.


Source from gadgetvenue

HTC EVO 3D Announced

24 Mar

HTC has announced the HTC EVO 3D. The new EVO uses a glasses-free 3D effect to make images pop out of the screen. The 3D screen measures 4.3 inches and is in a QHD resolution of 540 x 960 pixels. It also uses capacitive touch.

The new smartphone uses a 1.2GHz dual-core processor. It has 1GB of internal storage and 1GB of RAM. The storage can be increased by microSD. These electronic gadgets have three cameras with a smaller front facing camera that can capture at 1.3 megapixels and two 5 megapixel cameras on the back. When capturing in 3D it captures at 2 megapixels, while in 2D it can capture at 5 megapixels.

The specs show that the EVO 3D has its fair share of sensors and includes a gyro, accelerometer, compass, proximity and ambient light sensor, each being used for various things such as sensing motion, to sensing when the phone is making a call to blank the screen.

For connectivity, it connects with 3G up to speeds of 14.4Mbps for download and 5.76Mbps for upload. Wireless is also included and allows the smartphone to connect up to 802.11b/g/n networks.

When launched, it will run the Android 2.3 Gingerbread operating system. Unfortunately, there’s no details on pricing or release dates just yet although we expect to see the new devices within the next few months at the latest.


Source from gadgetvenue