The Samsung Galaxy Europa i5500 is a budget Android smartphone, that comes with Android 2.1 and a range of features. The Galaxy Europa comes with a 2.8 inc QVGA display and has a resolution of 240 x 320 pixels.
Motorola has officially announced its first mobile phone with Google Android. It will be known as Motorola Cliq. Co-CEO of Motorola, Mr. Sanjay Jha announced this new mobile in San Francisco at Mobilize 09 conference. Motorola Cliq will be available with T-Mobile by the end of next month. Initially it will be launched by T-Mobiles in titanium and winter white colors. Motorola planned to sell it throughout the world .
from 2010 as “The Motorola Dext.”
The price of Motorola Cliq has not been revealed till now, but it is rumored that it will be a budget phone. Motorola is also going to announce its second Android Phone soon as said by officials.
You can't make a phone that everyone loves and Apple is not even trying. Much like any other iPhone so far, the iPhone 4 is a phone that everybody loves AND hates.
Apple’s latest is always the greatest – you have to give them that. Sometimes it seems they put less effort into making it than in letting people know they did. But with the Apple iPhone 4, they were obviously hard at work. The 4th generation iPhone has an all new look, new feel and plenty of new skill. We already caught a glimpse of the iOS4. But there’s much more: a 1GHz chip, two cameras, HD video and of course the Retina display – the highest-res screen we’ve seen so far on a GSM phone.
Congrats to Sony and its Reader community! Sony announced today Daily edition Reader with wireless 3G access provided free of charge via AT&T network. The seven-inch wide, touch screen display provides for intuitive navigation and comfortable layout of content, including newspapers and magazines, whether you’re reading in portrait or landscape orientation. In portrait mode, about 30-35 lines of text are visible, making the experience very similar to that of a printed paperback book. A high contrast ratio with 16 levels of grayscale ensures that text and images are crisp and easy to read. The Daily Edition also boasts an attractive aluminum body with an integrated cover for durability. It has enough internal memory to hold more than one thousand standard eBooks and expansion slots for memory cards to hold even more. It will sell for about $399.
There is also considerable additions to content access, including free check-outs of public library books, and updates to the Sony Reader software.
Internet retailer J&R has leaked the full specifications and pricing of the Sony Reader PRS-300 and PRS-600 (google cache). J&R accidentally put up the product pages earlier today, but deleted them soon thereafter hoping no one would catch it. Well, folks over at hi-pda managed to grab the text and we’ve cleaned it up below. There was no indication whatsoever that either model would have any sort of WiFi capability. Bummer. The J&R listings for some reason did not mention MS/SD ports on the PRS-600, but the service manuals we saw before have confirmed it. There was no mention of when the devices were shipping, but I can imagine it will be soon. Will many people be tempted by a $199 eBook reader that could see a lower price by Christmas?