Treo Nitro and Treo Lennon coming to Cingular in October has a great rumor about two new treo devices coming in October”Hugeness: The Boy Genius has scored again, this time with an exclusive Cingular roadmap showing that they’re planning on releasing not one, but two new Treo smartphones this coming October. Codenamed “Nitro” and “Lennon”, both Treos appear to be the first significant evolution of the Treo formfactor since the Treo 600 debuted in 2003, and though it’s hard to make out too many details, neither appears to have an external antenna.The Treo Lennon is listed as having UMTS and Class 10 EDGE, a 1.3 megapixel digital camera, WiFi (built-in, one can only hope), and sports Windows Mobile 5.0 with MSFP. Not quite as many details about the Treo Nitro, but it is listed as having a 1.3 megapixel digital camera and appears to be running the Palm OS.”

Qool Labs Reveals the QDA Lite and QDA Icon

“Meet the QDA Oh! successor QDA Lite…Qool Labs in Singapore is soon to announce its first Windows Mobile 5.0-based pocket pc phones. One of the phone, QDA Lite, has upgraded its core cpu to 520MHz processor. Other than the available Wi-fi connectivity, the QDA Lite will have a SDIO card slot. The phone body design isn’t attractive, and most users will want a QWERTY keypad other than tapping on the touchscreen manually.Specifications: * Network: GSM Triband 900/1800/1900 * Size: 114 x 58 x 18.7 mm * Windows Mobile 5.0 * Camera: 2.0 Megapixel * Memory: 64Mb RAM / 128 MB ROM * Memory Card: SDIO * Bluetooth, WiFi, GPRS, USB * Touch Screen Super Talent MEGA Screen 2GB MP3 Player Review Technology News, Electronics Buy Guide and Gadget Review Meet the QDA Icon…Qool Labs is taking TechFaith Wireless’s pocket pc phone design, and branded it as QDA Icon…Features wise, the QDA Icon is similar to QDA Lite. It support GSM Triband network, has WiFi, bluetooth and running Windows Mobile 5.0. QDA Icon boost the camera resolution to 4 megapixel, using the CCD module with built in flash. The Singapore based manufacturer Qool Labs plan to release the phone later this year.”

Sony's Vaio UX90 gets 16GB flash drive and mobile TV

“Sony keeps surprising us… They still did not deliver last month’s UX90, and here they are with another model. This one does not have a HDD and will be released at the beginning of July. The HDd will be replaced by 16GB of flash memory. Thanks to this system, the VAIO U will be faster according to the manufacturer. An application that requires 62 seconds on a UX90 will require between 17 and 5.6 seconds on this new model. RAM quantities remain unchanged at 512MB though. Next up a model with a hybrid HDD?Specs: CPU: Core Solo U1400(1.20GHz) / Core Solo U1300(1.06GHz) / Celeron M 423 (1.06GHz) Ram: 512 MB 16 GB Memory FlashScreen: 4.5″ WSVGA Battery life: between 2.5h and 4h with the normal battery and between 5.5 and 8h with the high capacity batteryRelease date: beginning of July” via

Review of GSM handset Pantech PG6200

“This handset does not look so attractive when it is closed, a sort of rectangle with slightly rounded edges. Even the fact that case color is completely black and even the fact that there are some “metal” styled plates does not save the situation. Phone loses its unique style and does not draw attention, unless you open it. Oh, and speaking of opening again, some will have to use both hands in order to perform this operation. Picking up upper side is quite hard unless you have large nails. For some mysterious reason upper part is narrower than the lower one, and deepening on sides is too small, additionally mechanism is quite tight. So in order to open handset by using only one hand – you will have to spend some time practicing.” Read more here: