“Via my post at TreoCentral, check out this quote from the Palm Blog:There’s been a lot of buzz about the new device our friends across the “pond” are planning to announce on September 12th…and it’s not the Palm Centro smartphone!The linked article is a sad on again, off again history of speculating on a rumor. At least there’s a happy ending: my original guess seems right, it won’t be the Centro, it will be the Gandolf. Vodaphone will most likely be picking it up (see that logo up there on the pic?), and it’s most likely going to be a smartphone-edition version of Windows Mobile 6. Palm’s enhancements on the other Windows Mobile Treos are great – threaded text and photo speed dial a smartphone-edition WM device? Sign me up. Heck – I may have been right about it back in June with Palm Gandolf Specs: Believe it: Naming convention will be Treo 5XX One version with Windows Mobile 6 Standard, the other is a new non-touchscreen edition of the Palm OS Multiple colors 135 grams; 117 x 65 x 13.8 mm 2.4 inch QVGA screen with 65k colors 2 megapixel camera Bluetooth 2.0 w/ A2DP support 3G + HSDPA 256 MB onboard memory with 64 MB of RAM” via wmexperts.com
“ce4arab has posted a review on the upcoming I-Mate Ultimate 8150, one of the pocket pc phone from the Ultimate series. The whole Ultimate series comes with a standard specifications. They are different in terms of body and keypad design. Each device in the Ultimate range has a Direct XGA Video Out. This allows the device to drive computer displays and projectors with content directly. The whole review is written in foreign language, but an online translation will enable some readable text.
All Ultimate devices come with the following specifications.
Operating System: Windows Mobile 6 Professional
Processor: Intel Bulverde 520MHz
Tri-Band UMTS/HSDPA 850/1900/2100 or 850/1700/2100
Memory: 256MB ROM + 128 MB RAM
Screen: VGA 262K Color LCD Touch Screen
Bluetooth v2.0 + EDR – up t 1.3 Mbps
Mini USB high speed – 480 Mbps
Direct Video Out XGA
Micro-SD card slot
2.0 mega pixel camera
FM Stereo Radio” via slashphone.com
” Mystified Apple strikes back again! Even though it has only been released in United States so far, it already is a great success. iPhone with its unique qualities offers many features such as advanced touch screen which creates a need for a protective case, says Ulf Sandberg, Managing Director at Krusell.1. (1) Nokia 63002. (2) Sony Ericsson K790i/K800i/K810i3. (3) Nokia N954. (4) Nokia N735. (5) Sony Ericsson W880i6. (-) Apple iPhone7. (-) Sony Ericsson P18. (6) Blackberry RIM 8300 Curve9. (-) Nokia E9010. (8) Nokia 6233/6234 () = Last month’s position.The Swedish manufacturer of carrying cases for portable electronics, Krusell, has released their “Top 10″-list for August 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 August 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.”