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Anyone with an N95 will know they have a dependable mobile phone for the Internet but also photo imaging and video capturing of memories and candid moments.
Users will appreciate the fact that the new Nokia N93i sports a new look and a thinner profile but still has the impressive suite of data and imaging scope of the N93.
With the launch of the new E65, Nokia has finally recognized that business handsets need not always be conservatively designed - about time too for the world's number one mobile phone company.
Design and manufacturing excellence are fast becoming the bywords of LG mobile these days and with the announcement of the company's new LG Shine and PRADA phones, things are again looking positively bright for LG.
In conjunction to the new announcement made a few hours back, www.hardwarezone.com was invited to the official launch of Sony's two new WALKMAN series: the NW-A800s and NW-E010s. Come right in for a virtual walkthrough of the launch.
Besides the usual business and office oriented applications, the XDA Atom Life is also designed with strong multimedia support in mind. A fast processor with 1GB of flash memory should provide a strong hint to what it can do.
The P535 is made for a niche group of users who require GPS capabilities, PDA and a phone all rolled into one unit. Read on to find out if it is as good as its sibling, the P525.
If you are getting spoilt by the possibilities offered by 3G connection then Nokia's plans for 2007 will only spoil you even more. Be prepared to welcome a slew of Nokia handsets offering GPS, maps, mobile videos, fast Internet search and location based services.
The Sony Ericsson W880i is a slim phone WALKMAN phone with excellent build quality. It's also the thinnest 3G phone to emerge from Sony Ericsson to date.
The HTC S620 has 802.11b/g Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, a widescreen QVGA display and an innovative scroller to make it an attractive smartphone for reading webpages and documents on the go.