Giving machine souls isn’t a very good idea- just look at all the hoo-ha with replicants in Blade Runner. Nobody wants a toaster with depression or a TV that’s afraid of horror. Thankfully, Samsung’s latest ultra edition handset isn’t capable of self awareness.

The HSDPA-packing, 5MP- camera-toting slider is only 12.9mm thin and keeps its soulfness confined to its touch-sensitive Magic Touch panel, which changes the keypad icons and functions depending on what you’re up to. It also has Bluetooth 2.0, takes microSD cards and has the usual built-in media player- might we suggest playing some James Brown?The bottom module stirs under the educational group.

P-Per Concept Mobile


It is definitely here to beat the iPhone. The P-Per Concept Mobile is idealized on a 4-layer structure where everything is about "touch" and "execute". Its form factor and style is what blows my mind away. Also, it has support for Wi-Fi and live video feeds

Nokia 888 Social Phone Concept


Well, phones are already meant to help you socialize and interact with humans but what if if your phone was flexible enough to be a part of your daily routine and activities? Nokia 888 does the same for you. This bracelet-like concept phone will take any form depending upon your mood and flavor. It will notify you about your dates and important events and will be there for you whenever you want it.



On Monday Verizon, the nation’s biggest wireless provider, unveiled the Samsung Omnia 2 mobile phone. This Samsung phone is a Windows Mobile 6.1 Professional smartphone with the world’s largest display.
Samsung Omnia 2 has a 3.7-inch AMOLED screen with WVGA resolution largest in world. It use Samsung’s TouchWiz 2.0 user interface for special 3D effects. It has R Touch (Resistive Touch) for faster and accurate touch response. Great multimedia features like DVD-like (480p) video recording and playback, 3D games and web browsing.

Nvidia unveils android device, 1080p Smartphone Chip


At the Mobile World Congress, Nvidia forked out three amazing new demos. They include an Android concept device, a Windows Mobile that is capable of running two videos and 1080p HD output at the same time and lastly a $99 mobile Internet device. These devices are all based on the Tegra platform, which is a chipset for smartphones and netbooks designed from Nvidia. This chip set has a few extra graphics features. The best of the demos was the device with Windows Mobile. This device could simultaneously send video to its own LCD and to a 1080p HDTV. All this happens while the device runs a couple of video streams and a 3D user-interface skin all at once. It should be noted that Nvidia had a same type of device supporting Google Android streaming live TV.

Michael Rayfield, general manager of Nvidia’s mobile business unit, was quoted as saying in a press release “Nvidia and Google are both working to unlock the visual computing potential of mobile devices and this announcement matches the power of Tegra with the innovation of the Android platform.” Nvidia’s APX 2600 chipset was used by both the Android and HD demos. A multi-core ARM11 processor that runs at 600-800 MHz with separate GPU is used by the APX 2600. The APX 2600 also uses a 12-megapixel camera support.

Nvidia also announced a $99 HD mobile internet device (MID) that runs Windows CE. The device includes features like 1080p video playback, a full Web browser, Wi-Fi, and 3G. This device is based on Nvidia’s low-end Tegra 600 chip. Device manufacturer ICD has shown a keen interest in building this device. David Hayes, president and CEO of ICD, was quoted as saying in a statement “ICD has long believed that there will be a new generation of innovative connected devices. Designing these devices around the Tegra platform will bring carriers an amazing level of functionality at prices as low as $99.”



You must be aware of Nokia, or i think you must be using or have used Nokia phones,They are most reliable phones and the tough ones also, but they are always trying to change the standard look of mobile phones,this one is another example of doing so.
Nokia Aeon was presented by Nokia on their website in the Research and Development section.What is so great about this phone is that it looks like it will actaully go into production next February.Of course, its just a rumor,but still, makes us hope to actually see it someday in GSM shop.All we know about it for now is that its a touchscreen phone and its looks fantastic.



If you’re updated with the latest mobile phone news, Omnia is the latest flagship of Samsung’s touch screen device mobile.

This is the type of phones where most future most phones will be like

Not only the touch screen phones are cool, but it will be equipped with filled-rich features such as powerful camera, wireless and internet functions

And it seems Asus might just be the next in-line to followsuit of Samsung successful Omnia phone.

This rumor surfaces as images floated at , the photo as seen from above

This is really exciting news as I like how mobile phone technology are heading.

Now the matters of price of course. If its lowered by some, that would be great!



Nowadays, there is a trend that the WiMAX chip being integrated into mobile gadget. Being one of mobile phones market leader, Samsung recently unveiled its latest mobile WiMAX PDA phone, SPH-P9000 Deluxe MIT which provides wireless converged services to extend its capability beyond Wifi coverage and CDMA usage.

Operated at Microsoft Window XP, SPH-P9000 provides users with capability to access wirelessly using Mobile WiMAX or EV-DO technology. EV_DO, a broadband wireless data standard adopted by many CDMA mobile phone service providers, is much faster as compared to EDGE on GSM cellular networks. Further equipped with a 5 inch WVGA LCD screen, 1GHz CPU, 30GB hard disk, 256MB RAM and QWERTY keyboard, the users can experience seamless connectivity with such a great gadget on the move.

WiMAX, which is also known as IEEE 806.16e standard, has a similarity to wireless 802.11a/b/g but is far more powerful in terms of bandwidth and the radius that it could reach. Conservatively, it is capable of offering users with typical throughput of 70 Mbps up to a radius of 50km.
The SPH-P9000 will be launched in Korea first half of 2007. With the availability of WiMAX infrastructure, we should expect to see more wide range of similar gadgets in the market in the near future.

Samsung Released Latest Wild Fold Phone With OLED Screen


Here is Samsung released latest Wild Fold phone with OLED screen this is latest phone it has great functions. Also this Samsung phone is available in stylish design and amazing color this new Samsung phone has including great OLD screen the color of this phone is black and it is available in slim handset. In market there are lots of latest mobiles are available in the market but this new Samsung Wild Fold phone with OLED screen is the best phone.It is available in great sound features I have a great passion of mobile phone and I would like to buy latest features of stylish and slim handset and I think this Samsung is the best and latest handset to other this is folding handset the OLED screen can flip-flop many ways it has excellent quality of latest version. I see that the Wild Fold has a clip on the rear of the phone.
This most likely means that it could be used to snip the phone to a pocket or something. This new Samsung Wild Fold phone with OLED Screen is best phone this is unique piece of Samsung mobile. While it appears attractive casual, the clip looks to be a translucent screen that displays the time, mail notification and date.

Solar cell Windows Mobile concept


The increasing of phones' standby time has been a hot topic for a long time, as handsets with more and more features need an increasing amount of energy, a thing that the battery manufacturer industry cannot keep up with. The use of solar panels is not a new idea, as we could have seen such things in a number of Chinese cell phones, but the not so elegant solar cells have somehow always destroyed the overall picture. Apple's recently registered patent hides the huge, but still invisible solar cells behind the display, and these would be on the front, so there's even more chance for the sunlight to reach it. The Eclipse concept, designed by Eddie Goh, doesn't hide the solar cells, but it uses them as a design element, around the 5 megapixel camera on the back. The elegant, Windows Mobile-based phone with a large touchscreen and a slider QWERTY keyboard is unfortunately just a concept, although it would surely be a success in stores too.

Concept Mobiles That Should and Shouldn't Become a Reality


And then there were those that should remain - although technologically advanced as they may seem - on the drawing board. Here are my choices for the Top Concept Mobiles that shouldn't make it past the drawing board -
This is purely my opinion of course, but a flip phone made of glass is nothing more than a fingerprint magnet and trust me those prints can get really annoying especially when they’re obstructing something on the display. Plus you’ll have to worry about scratches.



iPhone AppStore, Android Market, Nokia Ovi, and thousands of AppStores from third parties are being opened worldwide. That is the no-limit entertainment, that is going to go mass-market in the following 2 years. Mobile applications and services on mobile web are slowly becoming a dominant feature of these platforms, and soon will become a standard of every mobile phone sold. This means that any phone sold in the next quarters will be a browsing and mobile service phone. Subsequently, there is a higher and higher chance that every time a new phone is sold, that a new mobile services user was just born. With the iPhone, it’s definitely like that, and if there is something that we can’t take from Apple it is that they have supported this heavily.

Mobile internet and mobile services have risen in the last year, probably the most since the 10 year history of GSM mobile phones. We are talking about an uptake that has led to mobile web outnumbering the number of people on the normal internet in many countries in Europe (i.e. Nordic Countries) and Asia . This is massive. Mobile phones are used more and more in every day life, but not for calling and messaging, but for rich services, that generate more and more interesting content.

Imagine a world fully connected with mobile applications that make it easy to check your Facebook, that fully cross-connect your contacts in your phone to the ones on your PC. Imagine your calendar has all social features, which means you can immediately share it with your friends, and they can come to your event. Or if you are just hanging around outside somewhere, you just simply search a nearby restaurant, which your best friend recommended to go to a week ago, and they just have the best Sushi in town.

Those are the types of things people will be doing with their phone daily, and many of them are already playing with it. The truth is though, that these technologies are still not adopted by a sizeable population of users, and there is still some extensive work to do on the UI and GUI side of the mobile phones, and both the applications and thus work for their vendors.

I think, we are living in the most amazing times of mobile phones truly coming into our lives. Mobile phones bundled with data tarrifs for 12 months for free, mobile data capping arriving, and mobile services to come as a mass dominator of communication. Look at companies like Skype, eBuddy, Google, Yahoo, Facebook – all entering the mobile space with one key goal – attract as many people as they can to their mobile services – and they are slowly succeeding. Google Maps are the only usable mobile maps in many territories, and Nokia’s Navteq will have issues making a compelling offering for normal people usage in their daily mobile lives. All of those applications are downloadable for free, and many even don’t include advertising. Those who do and are ad-funded, are usually ad-funded through companies such as Admob, who are doing a great job on the monetisation part.

So what is your opinion? What mobile services will kick ass in 2009 and onwards? What mobile service are you looking for? We’ve asked our opinion leaders that question this week, and let’s see what they reply.

This is an exciting time for mobile, and an exciting time for users – who will have better access to information, anywhere they are.

Samsung Offers Anycall Ultra S S7350H Stylish Handset


Samsung offers the Anycall Ultra S S7350H stylish handset in Hong Kong with special edition this is slim design amazing handset it is available in pink leather pouch along with a makeup mirror it looks great and attractive. It has including smart seasonal wallpapers, elegant font types and romantic mobile themes.

The wallpapers of this handset are automatically changed depending on the upcoming calendar occasion like Christmas, valentine and new year event etc. you can also gifted this handset to your friend on birthday. It is measuring 113mm x 50mm x 13mm and its weights 107g. It consists of a 2.6-inch TFT display with support for 16M colors.

It has 5 megapixel cameras along with video recording capabilities at 720 x 480 pixels at 30fps it touts 240 x 400 pixel resolutions the camera of this handset offer geo-tagging, auto focus, smile shot, power LED flash and Face Detection its features is amazing and it is good for all users who are daily use for their personal use.

This is exciting combination of amazing features handset it supports 2.1 Bluetooth, a talktime of 6.5 hours and 350 hours of standby time, 7.2Mbps HSDPA, it extends support to MP3/MIDI/AAC/AAC+/e-AAC+/WMA file formats NetFront Browser v3.5 and built-in GPS and FM radio with RDS. This is fantastic features of stylish handsetit is made in Hong Kong!

Nokia Introduce Latest Android-capable N810 4″ Internet Tablet


Introducing the latest Nokia Android-capable N810 4″ Internet Tablet with GPS this is the latest features of amazing tablet. This is the latest technology of amazing Widescreen Internet Tablet. This is the latest technology of amazing tablet it is best for business work. Nokia is the finest company which offers great functions of latest products in market.

The new Nokia N810 4″ Internet Tablet with GPS has including excellent features such as128MB RAM, 802.11g wireless, slide-out QWERTY keyboard, up to 10 hours of battery life, 4.13″ 800×480 widescreen LCD, SD card slot, TI OMAP 2420 400MHz processor, a GPS receiver and 128MB RAM.

It has also including additional functions such as 800 x 400-pixel resolution with up to 65K colors, Wi-Fi (802.11b/g), MultiMedia, video playback. The new Nokia N810 is powered by maemo Linux-based OS2008, Adobe Flash 9 and RSS feed reader this is the Bluetooth headset it is support as well as superior video and audio features.

It has including two excellent speakers this handset is also best for entertainment you can easily enjoy lots of songs tracks anytime. It also offers 2 GB of onboard flash memory and 128 MB of RAM. this is such a great offer of Nokia the price of this handset is just only $200 so are you interested to buy if yes then get ready!

2. Vertu Signature Cobra = $310,000 (£167,567)


Vertu is now taking orders for the Signature Cobra, designed by French jeweler Boucheron, but you had better be quick as only 8 are being made! The Cobra will feature one pear-cut diamond, one round white diamond, two emerald eyes and 439 rubies. Vertu will also be offering a “cheaper” version, ruby free, at $115,000 (£62,162).



You don't even know what this can do but you want one already. I know, I feel the same way. It's something about the slow, sensuous curves; the elegant, simple silk-touchscreen display and serene, humming hue of that glowing red all topped off with a man-sized USB slot that calls like a siren, "Fill me with your data."

The Egg phone is sadly only a concept, like all the best fantasies, but designer RomanTubl has come up with his picture of the future of mobiles clear for you to see in the images after the jump - a fully-functioning media player with a beautifully minimal interface. Now all someone has to do is make it.

The Slimmest Mobile Phone Screens in The World


LG and Philips LCD are joined together to offer the slimmest screens in the world for mobile phones. Measuring only 1.3mm x 1.9 x 2.9mm, these company are successfully reduce the thickness of the LCD screen by 30%. See more pictures after the jump to get more details.



Today, T-Mobile announced the upcoming availability of the T-Mobile myTouch 3G with Google (myTouch), a follow-up to the T-Mobile G1, the world’s first Android-powered device.

In addition to deep integration of Google services and the latest Android software, T-Mobile has done a number of things to create a unique and individualized experience with this phone. With the ability to richly customize menus, wallpapers, icons and more, thousands of Android Market applications to choose from, plus themes and skins that lets customers express their style on the inside and outside, myTouch can evolve to become a virtual extension of oneself. Through the power of location and social discovery, T-Mobile is also working closely with Google and developers such as Geodelic to create unique experiences for customers.

myTouch will be available to pre-order for current T-Mobile customers starting July 8th for $199.99 with a two-year agreement and national retail availability for myTouch is planned for early August.

S-SERIES - luxury wooden gadgets

With a bamboo chassis wrapped in black acrylic and stainless steel detailing, the S-series handset tries to stand out from the current crowd of feature rich bland mobile phones. Containing all of the features expected as standard on phones of today but wrapping them in a simple, sleek aesthetic and luxury materials to give a touch of class and nautical feel.

MWC2009: LG mobile with a transparent keyboard


LG came with a powerful set of phones to Barcelona, one of their most interesting models is called GD900. The phone is a top hype due to its design, as the sliding keyboard is transparent and its told to be made of glass, but we'll check this out personally.
Unfortunately not many specific things have been told about the specs, but it's sure that GD900 will have stereo Bluetooth support, as there will be a headset made specifically for this phone from LG. We also know the handset's size: 105 x 52.5 x 13.4 mm, and it's also sure that the phone will support 7.2 megabit HSDPA data transfer.

We were told that today they will tell additional infos, but it's note pretty clear why should we wait 24 hours for that. Anyway, pictures are coming up from the LG booth and of the really special and unique phone.


If you have an iPhone you certainly will happen more than once to use the version for the Apple smartphone in Google Earth one of the most beautiful ever created by Google. Well now Google Earth on iPhone is not only fascinating but also useful since the developers of the Big G has well-designed to make available an additional layer containing information on shops bars restaurants, gas stations etc..


The Sony Ericsson Xperia X1 mobile phone is quite long and narrow, although also somewhat thick, mainly caused by the sideways sliding QWERTY keyboard. The touchscreen is of reasonable size, however, somewhat on the narrow side, and below the screen some additional buttons are found to answer or end a call, as well as the panel button, arrow buttons and a confirmation button. The front of the Sony Ericsson X1 cell phone is made of metal, just like the back cover, which gives the cell phone a solid appearance. Standard included with the Sony Ericsson Experia are a battery charger, a data cable, a headset, two stylus pens, several manuals per functionality and a software CD

Sonim Enduro XP3 mobile phone 'world's most rugged'

Sonim Technologies has announced the latest addition to its Xtreme Performance Series mobile phones, the Xtreme Performance 3. The company claims that the sonim xp3 will be "the world's only rugged waterproof GSM mobile phone".

Sonim claims that the Enduro XP3 can withstand more shocks and drops than its predecessor, the XP1. The phone can apparently be fully submersed in one metre of water for 30 minutes.

The XP3 boasts an IP-57 rating, and is designated with a Mil-Spec rating of 810F against salt, fog humidity, transport and thermal shock. The phone's keyboard touch buttons are tested to function beyond 500,000 pushes.

Bob Plaschke, CEO of Sonim Technologies said: "The Sonim XP3 is capable of working at -20C or at +60C without breaking down. We are committed to the rugged consumer, and the XP3 further proves our dedication to this community."

The XP3 comes with an unconditional, three-year warranty.

"It's true, it doesn't matter how you break it, or whether you get it wet during the course of your work, we at Sonim Technologies will provide you with a replacement, no questions asked," said Plaschke.

The Sonim XP3 is available in the UK, Sweden, Australia, Germany, Switzerland, the Netherlands and Norway and the United Kingdom.

Bend it, Mold it, Shape it. With All Over “Flexibility,” This Phone is all You Need.


Morph is one of the newest and most innovative ideas today coming to us from the great minds at Cambridge and NOKIA Together, they have devised a new way to present their phone to the world: with true flexibility of design. Morph is an idea that will demonstrate to the world how mobile handsets of the future can be made of material that will allow them to stretch and flex into radically different shapes. Can you imagine being about to sculpt your mobile phone? Well now you can! This new idea will demonstrate the functionality that can be achieved using nanotechnology in the creation of our phones of tomorrow. The goal was to reinvent the form and functionality of today’s mobile phone, and they really hit the nail on the head with this one.Combining art and science, Cambridge and Nokia have found the perfect way to show off the real potential of nanoscience. Through Morph, they are finding new, safe, and controlled ways to use new materials. This new idea may ultimately affect everything that the future holds for the world of mobile handsets and mobile handset users. Ideas used in Morph may be incorporated into phones that will be released in the near future. Within the next seven years, initially only for the high end bidders, we will start to see these materials in new handsets. Nanotechnology could eventually lead to lowest costs for manufacturing and offer the possibility for integration of complex functionality at these lower prices.

NOKIA 7408


In every time nokia is trying to do some different thing. this mobile phone is a another difference of nokia. The Nokia 7408 is named as Fashion mobile. if yo see this images it is a unusual design,but world has simple slider mechanism.This phone is small but it has very special options. it has two cameras ,one for capture and one for video call. a FM radio has also included. Nokia's this fasion collection is also called as L `Amour Collection.



Apparently the Black Diamond will be available in 2007, not from Sony Ericsson but by a company called VIPN. Initially only 5 unique numered pieces will be available for the unbelievable price of, wait for it… $300,000.With regards to the specifications, don’t expect anything remarkable for your money. It will have Quad-band with Wi-Fi, an Intel 400Mhz processor running windows mobile 5, and a touch sensitive 2? screen. It will also include internal memory of 128mb and will come with a 2Gb SD card for external storage, plus a respectable 4 Megapixel camera.The designer Jaren Goh has used some pretty impressive materials for the build, featuring titane with polycarbonate, mirror-finish cladding and diamonds



Looking for the latest, trendy and classic mobile phone that would suit all your specific requirements?LG KS20 would definitely prove to be an excellent phone for you.
With its dimensions of 99.8 x 58 x 12.8 mm, the LG KS20 has proved to be the most popular mobile phones among most consumers, in this world.
This phone is an owner’s pride and neighbor’s envy. You would be surprised to see the amount of features this cell phone has incorporated inside it. Here is an explanation on various features and specifications of this mobile phone.
The LG KS20 weighs only 92.5 grams. You would love the organization of the menu. It is user friendly and easy-to-use. The phone comes with a TFT touchscreen of 256k colors and 240 x 320 pixels resolution. You can view the menu in a row of icons.
Its phonebook has enough space to store contact numbers with photocall feature. You can easily get in touch with the contacts in a form of a list. It consists of all the files from SIM-Card memory as well as the phone memory.
You can enjoy sending and receiving features of this phone that supports SMS, EMS, MMS and Email. This phone has various networking features of GPRS, EDGE, 3G, WLAN, Bluetooth and USB.
The LG KS20 comes with an FM radio to stay tune to your favorite radio channel and music player that supports to MP3, MPEG4, WMV, AAC and DivX file formats. Its other features include 2 megapixel camera of 1600 x 1200 pixels resolution, Java MIDP 2.0, Document editor (MS Office), Organizer, Voice memo and Built-in handsfree.
You can plan on purchasing this phone, in case; you feel that the above-mentioned features would help you make your life easy.

Apple iPhone 16GB now official


The 16gb version of the iPhone which was making rounds of rumors on the internet has finally proved to be true .
Apple has launched its 16GB version of the iPhone today.
It will set u back by 499$ . Its 100 more than the 8 GB version
“For some users, there’s never enough memory,” said Greg Joswiak, Apple’s vice president of
Worldwide ipod and iPhone Product Marketing. “Now people can enjoy even more of their music, photos and videos on the most revolutionary mobile phone and best Wi-Fi mobile device in the world.”
The new 16GB iPhone is available immediately through the Apple Store, Apple’s retail stores and AT&T retail and online storesI don’t know how to fill 8GB on an iPhone .. What are users going to do with 16GB of Memory .. Does Apple wants to have multiple variants of the iPhone for various handset price ranges ? First Came the 4GB iPhone then the 8GB , now the 16gigs. Is a 32gb phone under works ?



Everybody knows that good things in life don’t come cheap.These are some of the world’s most expensive things, and the prices are as unique as the things.What can you afford to buy?GoldVish Le Million phone is the most expensive in the world–1 million euros, or about $1.3 million,accordind the Guiness Books of Records. This device is made out of 18-carat white gold and features 1,800 diamonds totaling 120 carats. Geneva-based Goldvish also offer several other models with gold plating and diamond-studded cases.

NTT DOCOMO Develops New PRADA-Branded Handset with LG


TOKYO, JAPAN, May 9, 2008 --- NTT DOCOMO, INC. and its regional companies announced today that they will begin marketing "PRADA Phone by LG", a full touch screen mobile phone for the Japanese market, from June.
The handset, already available in Europe and other countries/regions, has been redeveloped specifically for DOCOMO. Reflecting an attention to detail, uncompromising quality and technology nurtured in the global market, the sophistication and elegance of the new PRADA Phone by LG represents a logical evolution of the previous phone.
The PRADA concept is faithfully represented in a special leather case, accessories and custom-tailored screen graphics that accompany the handset.
Handset features include an intuitive, full-size touch screen with vibration touch to improve usability. This function activates whenever users touch screen icons to make a call, use e-mail, take and view photos or listen to music. The 2 megapixel camera is equipped with a German-made Schneider-Kreuznach lens and auto-focus capability.
HIGH-SPEED 7.2Mbps data transmission makes it easy to enjoy i-mode™ and to download Chaku-Uta Full® and other large files, while full 3-inch browser compatibility enhances the mobile Internet experience.
PRADA Phone by LG will be available at all DOCOMO sales channels.

Windows Mobile 6 review roundup


Now that the mobile world has had a little time to digest Microsoft's latest ofering, we thought we'd take this opportunity to circle back, put our ear to the ground, and have a look at some of the press Windows Mobile 6 is generating. LAPTOP Magazine spent most of its time with a Standard device ("Smartphone" in the Windows Mobile 5 world), and although the OS bears a striking resemblance to its predecessor in pretty much every respect, the review manages to focus on the positive: Office document viewing, improved stability (our apologies if we just jinxed anyone), and the modestly improved Pocket Internet Explorer. PC Magazine took a more critical view of Microsoft's failure to revolutionize its mobile platform, passing on correcting some of its more serious flaws -- the lack of true process management possibly the biggest -- but still calls it "the best mobile operating system out there," giving it big props for smooth Vista integration and little efficiency boosts like the email client's SmartFilter. CNET draws the same conclusion about Windows Mobile 6 being evolutionary rather than revolutionary, pointing out that many basic tasks still require more clicks than they should, but the bundled Office apps were a crowd pleaser. As far as we're concerned, the biggest news here is not the software but the new (and varied) Hardware that's being launched to run it -- at least until Microsoft Gets seriuos about a next-gen mobile UI, anyway.

HTC P3702 "Touch Diamond" ~ with no diamonds on back ~ hands-on


I can't believe this, is the Christmas already here? Do I put on the wrong year of the calendar on the wall? Or is this some kind of a hands-on festive going on in the world of mobile?
Everybody is getting the latest and newest gadgets around, and I mean the shiniest mobile phones that most of us are envy about. Plus, those lucky bloggers are receiving these gizmos along with the retail box. That would feels like you've just came home from shopping a new mobile phone, the excitement of unboxing it, oohh... unbeareable...! ;-D
Ohkay, you must be wondering right now. What is that title up there mean, HTC Touch Diamond without the diamonds on the back??

Nokia E72 feature packed handset unveiled


Nokia, the leading giants of the mobile world, has announced the availability of their new E72, which boasts of a varieties of advanced and latest attributes. Featuring 5-mp camera,qwetry keyboard and Optical scrolling, the E72 brags of integrating the best attributes of the most-wanted and much-talked about QWERTY mobile handsets from Nokia.
The E72 comes built-in with 10mm frame on the exterior, which is developed to integrate a few sleek designs whereas the interior comes built-in with various interface upgrades. If you are an internet savvy, the phone brags of giving support to a 10.2Mbps speed through HSDPA connectivity. It comes integrated with 5mp upgraded camera. And for additional convenience, the company has positioned the 3.5mm audio jack at the top of the device.
Besides, the cell phone comes integrated with the optical navigation key, which users can use to quickly navigate between menus and web-pages. The E72 is also capable of supporting Nokia Messaging in conjunction with (IM) instant messaging. The integrated features lets you enjoy trouble-free set-up of IM clients such as Google Talk, Yahoo Messenger, Ovi and more. As its reviews, the Nokia Messaging service also boasts of allowing effortless e-mail set up in conjunction with IBM Lotus Note Traveler and Mail for Exchange.
Besides, it also comes featured with active noise cancellation techniques to improve the quality of sound and digital compass. The space bar key functions as a torch off/on key to make available one touch access.
Last but not the least, the phone comes built-in with Maps that boast of providing a life-long walk and ten days service of turn-by-turn navigation. To avail this service, it needs to be provided with activation within the first three months.
The Nokia E72 is slated to be shipped ahead of the Q3 of 2009 comes to an end. It will be rolled out with the price tag of around €350.



Ancort Crypto Smartphone:Nowadays, mobile phones can be named an integral part of our everyday life. Most of us use them exceptionally for making calls, some people use them for work and some use mobile phones in order to show how rich they are. Ladies and gentlemen, you are welcome to enjoy the list of the most expensive phones of 2008!!!And our number one phone was made in RUSSIA!!! May be this country deserves our closer look? So the phone was created by Russian data-protection firm Ancort and it was named the world’s most extravagant handset. The phone itself was designed by Austrian jeweler Peter Aloisson and it boasts a platinum casing, a solid gold keypad, and 25-carat cut diamonds.



Now that's a looker – one of the latest concepts of Petr Kubik – the Intel-based mobile internet device, is definitely on the top of the definition for design.According to its creator's portfolio PAGE, this concept is even the “winner of Intel competition mobile internet device”. We bet it is.