“Samsung SGH-i780, possible Samsung BlackJack 2 was spotted during during GITEX show in Dubai recently. And we’ve learned almost everything there is to know about it then. Except for the possible release date and price.While I can’t help you much about the Samsung i780 price yet, thank’s to Swedish site Mobil.se I can show you the official press pics and possible release date:According to Mobil.se Samsung i780 GPS messaging phone will be launched in Sweden in the beginning of next year, and will get there probably even before the officially announced Samsung SGH-i550 GPS phone.And it looks like official Samsung SGH-i780 GPS press pics got their way into some Czech sites as well:otherwise there’s nothing more to report about Samsung i780, except that both sites confirm the specs we already knew:
* HSDPA/WCDMA/GSM/GPRS/EDGE connectivity (900/1800/1900 +2.1GHz) * Windows Mobile 6 pro * QWERTY keyboard * Full Touch Screen * 3.2 megapixel camera * front camera for video calls * 2.55 320×320 px 65K color display * Built-in GPS with Navigation client * Bluetooth 2.0+EDR, WiFi b/g * MicroSD memory card slot * Dimensions:115.9 x 61.3 x 13.3 mm” via unwiredview.com
“We’ve been expecting it, and we already know pretty much everything there is to know about both of the upcoming Sidekick models – but that doesn’t make the announcement from T-Mobile any less significant.The Sidekick carrier has just gone official with their announcement of the Sharp/Danger Sidekick LX and Motorola Sidekick Slide. The Sidekick LX will be taking its place at the head of the Sidekick-table – with a 3-inch widescreen display that borrows Sharp’s AQUOS technology, 1.3 megapixel camera, 128MB microSD card, and configurable mood lighting, it’s not hard to see why the Sidekick LX is all that.Motorola’s Sidekick Slide will be bringing up the slimmer and lower-end of the Sidekick lineup with a svelte profile and a “sliding” screen (hence the name) instead of a “flip-out” screen, a la the Sidekick LX.” Read more here:
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“The highlight of this ppc for me is the external numeric keypad. you can bring up contacts quickly without using the touchscreen or extending the keyboard. You can also type SMS or emails with it (if you need to do so one-handed). When you are using the keyboard you can also enter numbers with it instead of using the function key on the keyboard and then pressing the number on the keyboard. The keyboard buttons have a nice feel and good tactile feedback. The soft keys on the keyboard and on the face are not directly under their screen counterparts. That bugs me. At least on the keyboard they could have repositioned the right soft key like I have seen on some HTC devices. On the face there’s not much you can do since the keypad is there.” Read more here:
HP presented its high-end PDA phone ‘iPAQ 912 Business Messenger’ in Asia-Pacific(AP) region. Employing 2.4-inch touch panel, it offers advanced mobility to users by supporting quad-band GSM/GPRS/EDGE, 3G HSDPA, 802.11b/g WLAN and Bluetooth 2.0. Equipped with GPS navigation having 3D map, the iPAQ 912 also supports Microsoft Office Mobile and push e-mail service. Suggested price starts at 599(USD) in the AP region.” More here:
“The casing is composed of differently textured plastic and also some metal parts. The mix of several materials adds some nice touches to the handset’s looks, making it so much eye-candy. The front panel’s real estate can be visually divided into two halves. On the top sits the display covered by a transparent protective plastic layer. Technically the benefits brought about by this design include less dust on the display, but after we had some quality time with the 6120, its screen got covered with some particles regardless. Nevertheless it is a mere aesthetical flaw – once you turn the display on, you won’t notice their presence. The bottom half is occupied by the keypad, more on which later.” Read more here: