Asus P526: official release from SUSTeK

Sp3220070418134139“SUSTeK Computer has announced the release of its Asus P526 communicator mentioned earlier as the Pegasus. We’ve written about it in our new block every now and then. This is a candy-bar type phone with the numeric keypad. Asus P526 was exhibited at CeBIT event this March. This time the company’s report tell us about the release and provides detailed description of the device.The specs of Asus P526: GSM/GPRS/EDGE 850/900/1800/1900 MHz OS – Windows Mobile 6 Professional CPU – TI OMAP 850 200 MHz Display – 2.6”, 240×320 pixels, 65K colors Built-in GPS SiRF Star III receiver 2-megapixel camera 128 MB flash ROM 64 MB SDRAM microSD slot Interfaces – USB 1.1 and Bluetooth 1.2 Audio – MP3, WMA, AAC Video – MPEG4 (30 frames per second) J2ME (CLDC 1.1 + MIDP 2.0) support Li-Ion 1300 mAh battery Talk time – up to 4 hours Standby time – up to 150 hours Dimensions – 110x58x15.4 mm Weight – 115 g” via

Nokia N81 and N82 pictures, specs and launch date leaks!

“Ricky must have an amazing source at Nokia since I usually see this information in Russian or Chinese forums first.The N81 is a slider running S60 3rd Edition FP1. It has 8 GB of onboard memory, a 16 million color 320 x 240 screen, 2 megapixel camera, 3.5 mm headphone jack, WiFi, Bluetooth with A2DP support and 3G in the 2100 MHz band. It launches during 4Q 2007.Dimensions are as follows: 102 x 50 x 17.9 mm; 140 grams.Next up is the N82, a monoblock: S60 3rd Edition Feature Pack 1, WiFi, 16 Million color 320 x 240 screen, 3G 2100 MHz, Bluetooth with A2DP support, GPS, TV Out, 5 megapixel Carl Zeiss lens with a Xenon flash! Expected to launch 4Q 2007. Dimensions: 112 x 50.2 x 17.3 mm with a weight of 120 grams.”via

Mozilla Firefox being prepped for mobile market!

” With Opera having brought the closest thing to full web browsing to millions of Java-enabled handsets, are there other mobile browsers to be had? Sure there are — Symbian, Palm and Windows Mobile users have many mobile browser options, including Opera Mobile, Pocket Internet Explorer and others. What about the slim and chic handset crowd that has Java only as their main wireless web conduit? Well, the popular and dare-we-say flexible Mozilla Firefox browser may be coming to mobile soon to sit alongside Opera’s Opera Mobile offering (and Opera Mini, pretty-please), according to Mozilla Foundation CEO Mitchell Baker. The Minimo project, while useful, is not an official Mozilla project and should not be confused with Mozilla’s long-term mobile product, according to Baker. Mozilla’s official mobile Firefox browser client is still a ways off, and the existing Opera Mobile already has tabbed browsing. But, we’d love mobile browser extensions for a wireless-based Firefox browser. Wouldn’t you?” via