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  1. Posted on Wednesday, January 19th, 2011 at 4:24 pm by Andy
    Samsung Galaxy Ace

    The Samsung Galaxy Ace?

    A new addition to the Galaxy range of smartphones is coming from Samsung after a press image was leaked online this week.

    The Samsung Galaxy Ace is going to be smaller than the Galaxy S and thus appeal to the midrange mobile buyer, according to Phandroid.

    The Galaxy Ace will run version 2.2 of Android and is likely to sport a 3.5 inch touchscreen display when it makes its first appearance during the Mobile World Congress (MWC) event next month.

    The original Galaxy S was noted for its resemblance to the iPhone 3G S and now that the Galaxy Ace is inbound with a display of exactly the same proportions as Apple’s device, these aesthetic similarities will be even more pronounced.

    The Galaxy Ace will keep its hardware specs a little below the top of the market with an 800MHz processor, a five megapixel camera and a small amount of onboard storage, which will be supplemented by a bundled 2GB microSD memory card.

    Expect to see the Samsung Galaxy Ace arrive in the UK following its MWC 2011 unveiling, which should give users on a budget yet another option for Android-based fun later in the year.

  2. Posted on Monday, January 17th, 2011 at 11:22 am by Andy
    BlackBerry Storm 3

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    Canadian BlackBerry manufacturer Research in Motion (RIM), is apparently expanding the Storm range of smartphones with a third iteration, according to leaked images published last week.

    The first two Storm handsets were innovative in the context of the existing BlackBerry line-up but they failed to find favour with critics or consumers, thanks to clunky touchscreen implementation and poor software support.

    The third Storm handset, sensibly called the Storm 3, is apparently in development at RIM and according to a source quoted by tech site BGR, it will have a large 3.7 inch display and a powerful 1.2GHz processor under the hood.

    At the moment the question over whether RIM will retain the Storm moniker for this upcoming handset is up for debate, particularly since the earlier versions were not exactly hit mobiles. Various codenames have been rumoured, but an official announcement is the only thing which will quell these industry murmurings.

    The source says that UK consumers will be able to pick up the Storm 3 from some point in September, so there is still a long wait until it arrives. Its specs look healthy compared to the current crop of smartphones, but with dual-core monsters inbound, it will not be at the top of the pile upon its launch.

  3. Posted on Friday, January 14th, 2011 at 10:33 am by Andy
    Samsung Galaxy S2

    Samsung Galaxy S2?

    It is thought that Samsung will be launching a follow-up to the Galaxy S smartphone at the Mobile World Congress (MWC) event in February, with current industry rumours suggesting it will be a modified version of the Nexus S.

    This rumour has permeated the media before but now the Galaxy S2 has resurfaced in a series of leaks that include an artist’s impression of what the handset might look like. It may be a fairly nondescript graphical representation, but, according to MobileCrunch, it could well be the sleek new look for the Galaxy S replacement.

    In terms of specs the Galaxy S2 will allegedly sport a Near Field Communications (NFC) chip, just like the Nexus S, along with Android 2.3 to make the idea of a swift Samsung rebranding sound quite believable.

    What will make the Galaxy S2 distinct from the Nexus S, if the rumours are to be believed, is its dual core processor. This will help it to remain competitive against the likes of the LG Optimus 2X and could quickly consign the Google-branded Nexus S to the list of obsolete smartphones.

    Upping the screen size to 4.3 inches compared to the Nexus S’ four inch Super AMOLED display, will be another benefit of owning a Galaxy S2.

  4. Posted on Thursday, January 13th, 2011 at 9:11 am by Andy
    Nokia E6-00

    Nokia E6-00 on it's way?

    Nokia could be debuting a new business-focused smartphone called the E6 at next month’s Mobile World Congress (MWC) in Barcelona, according to leaked specs for the smartphone and the rumours which followed.

    The E6-00 appeared in a leaked document acquired by My Nokia Blog, which shows that it will sport a display with a resolution of 640×480, a leap in the right direction when compared to former E-Series handsets.

    This resolution is also a suggestion that the E6 range will have the Symbian 3 operating system onboard, which is no surprise considering its place as Nokia’s most modern platform.

    Extra information on the E6 specs suggests that it will have an eight megapixel camera, Wi-Fi connectivity and a processor based on ARM technology.

    At the moment there is no official word from Nokia on the E6 and no clue as to what it will actually look like. It could be another BlackBerry rival, although it is likely that it will feature a touchscreen display as well as physical buttons if this is the case.

    Nokia is likely to integrate a full QWERTY keypad into the final E6, as this will appeal to enterprise users, but whether this will be in a fixed position or housed beneath the screen via a slider mechanism, is unknown.

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  5. Posted on Monday, January 10th, 2011 at 10:54 am by Andy
    Acer Liquid Mini

    Acer Liquid Mini

    Acer is continuing its fight for recognition in the smartphone market with the launch of the Liquid Mini, a handset based on Android and possessing of a relatively dinky size which aims at winning it more of the mid range market share.

    The Acer Liquid Mini has a 3.2 inch touchscreen display which looks tiny when compared to the four inch behemoths at the more expensive end of the market. Android 2.2 runs onboard along with Acer’s tweaked user interface.

    Acer has made sure that the Liquid Mini looks similar to its larger sibling, so the convex curves on the top and bottom are chromed to add a premium feel and the whole thing seems to be put together with a lot of care.

    Wi-Fi, 3G and GPS connectivity all make an appearance, while you will also be able to share media with compatible televisions and computers thanks to its DNLA certification, although this is a feature which mainstream users may never use.

    With some healthy specs and a potentially affordable final price, the Acer Liquid Mini will be one to watch when it touches down at stores in the UK this April.

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