Nokia has today launched in Middle East its latest compact QWERTY and touch-enabled smartphone which is known as Nokia E6.
Bit by Bit progress of upgrading Facebook for Android continues, as the official application of Facebook for Android recently got updated to version 1.6.
Today at Nokia Connection in Singapore, Nokia announced its first ever MeeGo-based smartphone N9 (also known as Lankku). Nokia N9 has three different color flavors, magenta, black and cyan and sports a wide 3.9 inch curved glass AMOLED touch-screen with a resolution of 480 x 854 pixels. It’s powerful back-equipped 8-megapixel camera has an autofocus feature and dual LED flash capability. The N9 is powered by 1GHz Cortex A8 CPU and has 1GB of RAM, beside this it is the first button-less smartphone manufactured by Nokia. See specs and images after the break.
We already informed you earlier about Nokia’s launch of its Windows Phone devices in 2011 – and now it is been confirmed by Victor Saeijs, VP of Nokia Europe that the first ‘Nokia-Microsoft’ partnership devices will be rolled-out in 6 European countries this year.
We have got some good news for Desire owners. In the latest update from HTC it is confirmed that the company will now serve HTC Desire users with a Gingerbread update along with HTC Sense experience.
A very sad news for all HTC Desire owners, HTC UK recently has made a very disappointing announcement on their Facebook Page that there will be no Android 2.3 update for HTC Desire.
We have seen Apple unveiling its unlocked versions of iPhone in many different regions lately, but a rumor shared recently by Twitter user Chronic leaks the news of unlocked iPhones coming to U.S.
In March 2011, GSM Arena conducted a survey of 15000 people around the world, including both males and females, this survey included questions that were asked to analyze how people use their mobile phones.
The HTC Incredible S was designed to fill the 4-inch screen gap that this now infamous Taiwanese manufacturer had in the United Kingdom; it also covers the lower end of the price spectrum quite nicely and should become a keen rival to most other smartphones within this price bracket (which comes in more affordably than high-end handsets such as the Samsung Galaxy S and iPhone 4 – costing a relatively small £25 a month).
Geekword proudly presents The Desire Family Show. Today’s show is filled with abundance of action and thrill, featuring – HTC Desire, HTC Desire Z, HTC Desire HD and HTC Desire S, this show will be a classical piece of entertainment. So grab your pop-corns and hold your drinks for the Desire family show is about to begin.