LG Wave: a CDMA clamshell by Alltel Wireless

“The American operator Alltel Wireless has introduced a clamshell phone by LG called Wave (AX-380) designed for CDMA networks. It is already available from company’s online stores for $79.99 on a 2-years service plan (a $50 rebate).The specs of LG AX-380 Wave: Networks – CDMA EV-DO/1XRTT 1.3-megapixel camera Built-in MP3-player Bluetooth interface Expansion slot GPS Li-Ion battery Talk time – up to 180 minutes Standby time – up to 140 hours Dimensions – 89x49x22 mm Weight – 93 g” via mobile-review.com

Windows Mobile 6 OS upgrade for HTC P3300, S620 and Advantage

htc-phones According to a statement issued by HTC Europe, HTC P3300, S620 and Advantage will get the Windows Mobile 6 OS upgrade in August.From the HTC latest newsHTC has made a Windows Mobile 6 OS upgrade available for users of the popular HTC TyTN device. The TyTN becomes the first HTC device to get the upgrade, with the HTC P3300, S620 and Advantage also scheduled to receive the upgrade from August.To get the free OS upgrade, HTC users need to register for an account to access the “My Downloads” section of HTC eClub.” Thanks to slashphone for this report

VoIP telephony on mobile devices

“It is not the first time we bring VoIP-telephony to the headlines, but in light of the recent events, the community of Skype (and the like) users may grow even bigger. In this review we are spotlighting new versions of Fring for the users of S60-powered smartphones, as well as devices running on Windows Mobile. Fring is positioned as a new environment for voice communication over IP. What’s more important, the client is not a mere gateway to other similar networks. Apart from Skype, Google Talk, MSM, Twitter and SIP, this application also provides for direct communication with the members of fring community, meaning that it is a full-fledged mobile client boasting own communication network, which the developers are currently building up full tilt. The recently released version of fring for Windows Mobile-devices stands as a sort of challenge to Skype. On closer examination, fring turns out to be less hardware-hungry and seamlessly runs even on devices, which Skype can’t get on well with.The list of supported devices features nearly all popular communicators. Nonetheless, even if you can’t find your gadget there, you always have the option of downloading the cab-installer and trying it out. Specifically, we checked fring’s compatibility with the BenQ-Siemens P51 communicator that comes pre-installed with Skype mobile – this allowed us to put these applications head to head within one and the same hardware platform.” Read more here:

The top 10 selling PDAs/Smart phones in July 2007 from Krusell

Sony Ericsson's P990i Approved for the USA Nokia and Sony Ericsson at the top of Krusell’s best selling list again!The summer month of July offered no major changes at the top of this months list. Nokia 6300 and Sony Ericsson K790i/K800i/K810i swapped top places, still followed by last months number three, Nokia N95. The only new entry is Blackberry RIM 8300 Curve. – During the forthcoming high season, however, we have high expectations for Krusell’s state-of-the-art Dynamic case for Sony Ericsson P1i, says Ulf Sandberg, Managing Director at Krusell International. – Sony Ericsson’s new flagship includes features such as WLAN, 3G and a 3.2 megapixel camera, he ends.1. Nokia 63002. (1) Sony Ericsson K790i/K800i/K810i3. (3) Nokia N954. (4) Nokia N735. (9) Sony Ericsson W880i6. (-) Blackberry RIM 8300 Curve7. (5) Blackberry Pearl 8100C/G/V8. (9) Nokia 6233/62349. (6) Sony Ericsson K750i/W700i/W800i10. (-) Nokia 5500 Sport() = Last month’s position.The Swedish manufacturer of carrying cases for portable electronics, Krusell, has released their “Top 10”-list for June 2007. The list is based upon the number of pieces of model specific mobile and smart phone cases that have been ordered from Krusell during June 2007. Krusell’s list is unique due to the fact that it reflects the sales of phones on six continents and in more than 50 countries around the globe.