New Sony Ericsson CyberShot the answer to Nokia 6233

” Member over at has some interesting leaked on the upcoming Sony Ericsson phone. The new phone features a 2-megapixel auto focus camera module (probably made by Samsung), a large display (QVGA probably), a slot for M2 cards, smaller dimensions against the K790/K800 and a Fast Port. We also notice an unusual keyboard. Besides the Walkman model will have a renewed media player 2.0 and the music version will be released later.” More photos here: via

Holux GPSmile 52 Car Navigator

“Holux has been in the news recently – most of the time about their bluetooth GPS receivers. Today we’re looking at a complete navigation system from Holux, called the “GPSmile 52 Car Navigator”. It is a very compact device measuring only 9.5 x 7.7 x 2.2 cm. That is less than 10 cm’s on east biggest side, and less than 1 inch thick, and it only weighs 180 grams. The display measures a standard 3.5 inches and is built with high-brightness & contrast ratio transflective TFT LCD that can support 16.7 M colors at 240 x 320 resolution. Holux decided to go with SiRF Star with the GPSmile 52 that can provide down to 10 meters accuracy with 20 channels.The device comes with a stylus that can be used the operate the touch screen running Windows CE in the background. One amazing thing with this device is its battery life. An on board 2600mAh Li-Ion storage provides up to 10 hours of use time. That’s longer than some old iPods can last. GPSmile uses SD cards which can be used to bring some audio and image files with you.” via

Official announcement of Symbol WT4000, a wrist PDA

“The info on the wrist-PDA by Symbol Technologies had been roaming in the Internet for a long time, and the official announcement has recently taken place. Well, what’s Symbol WT4000? The device is peculiar for the hands-free opportunity. The WT4000 has an anti-shock casing, so it can fall from a 1.2 meter height. Besides there is the support of voice commands. You can optionally order RS309 and RS409 scanners.The technical specs:
Dimensions: 142x93x26 mm;
Weight: terminal – 238 g, battery – 82 g, holder – 71 g;
Keyboard: 23 keys;
Display: TFT-LCD, 320×240 pixels;
Battery: Li-Ion 2330 mAh;
CPU: Intel XScale PXA270, 520 MHz;
OS: Microsoft Windows CE 5.0 Professional Version;
Memory (RAM/Flash): 64/128 MB;
Support of USB;
Temperature range: -20 to 50 C;
Humidity: from 5% to 95%;
Support of WLAN IEEE 802.11b/g, Bluetooth 1.2” via

Motorola Q Pro scheduled for Q1 2007?

Nokia and Sony Ericsson Partner for DVB-H Mobile Digital TV Technology News, Electronics Buy Guide and Gadget Review “Motorola are responding to the raft of new QWERTY smartphones like the T-Mobile Dash by announcing the first major upgrade to its super-slim Q.Called, unimaginatively, the Q Pro, it will squeeze updated hardware (as yet undisclosed) into a black casing and come with the company’s own MOTOPRO Mobility Suite, back-end software that enables remote device and application management such as disabling the built-in digital camera. Other improvements include a firewall, email encryption, support for VPNs and intrusion detection, all headline-grabbing stuff in the business world where Motorola have definitely set their sights.” via