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Besides the official Android 2.1 update for its earlier Xperia X10 series, Sony Ericsson also just announced new devices such as the Android-based Xperia X8, a Walkman phone called the Yendo with Walkman featuring full touchscreen capabilities, and another GreenHeart device, the Cedar.
We check out some of the cool stuff and key highlights from the annual communications and broadcast trade show event, CommunicAsia and BroadcastAsia 2010.
At Nokia Connection 2010, the Finnish outfit introduced its 12-megapixel with 720p video recording juggernaut, the Nokia N8. Also new was the Nokia X5 aimed for the hip and trendy crowd. Here's a quick hands-on impressions of these two new Nokia devices.
Are mobile phones capable of 720p video recording? Judging by the latest lineup, yes, they can. We give you some quick highlights of the latest devices from Apple, Motorola, Nokia and Samsung that does just that, and when you can expect them on our shores.
Straight from the stage at Apple's World Wide Developer Conference, here are the highlights of Steve Job's keynote speech and the latest on the newest must have gadget - the iPhone 4!
Gombae! Samsung is fashionably late to the Android 2.1 party but oh, what an entrance it makes with the Galaxy S i9000. Have other super-smartphones met their match in this mix of Super AMOLED beauty and Android 2.1 brains? Find out in our detailed review.
The Brew Mobile Platform makes its debut on HTC's entry-level device, the HTC Smart. Is it smart enough? We find out.
We got some hands-on time with the recently announced Nokia C3, C6 and E5 at Nokia's office. Also, a quick peek into the Microsoft Communicator Mobile, a collaboration between Nokia and Microsoft to unify communication channels in a corporate environment.
Incorporating its S-class user interface and all the features you expect on a smartphone, the new LG Mini GD880 exudes a fine balance of sophistication and power in a compact form factor.
With ample time to refine and enhance the user experience with its HTC Sense UI, the Qualcomm Snapdragon 1GHz powered HTC Desire, loaded with Google's latest Android 2.1, is a clear example of how smartphones of today are more than just a cellular device.