Nokia N830 WiMAX equipped Internet Tablet leaked

“An eagle-eyed member of noticed this interesting image of the Nokia N810 Internet Tablet in the February edition of the Best Buy Mobile buyer’s guide. Showing the tablet off on page 23 in a very sexy black outfit with an orange-backlit keyboard, Best Buy Mobile might have let the cat out of the bag a bit early.It makes sense that this might be the rumored WiMax version, due to the color change. That would be a great way to differentiate between the regular N810 and the WiMax one. Personally, I think we’ll see this puppy launched at the CTIA Wireless event coming up in the first part of April. WiMax is set to launch in the U.S. with Sprint (and various other partners) towards the end of the summer, so it would make sense for Nokia to announce it then. It doesn’t look like they changed anything other than the colors, and there’s no details given in the Best Buy Mobile ad, so who knows if they’ve upped the ante with any new features.I have to say, while I’m madly in love with the way my N810 currently looks, I’m definitely lusting over the notion of an all black number, what about you?EDIT: Daniel over at has noticed that if you zoom in a bit, it looks as though the model is the N830, which would further indicate this being the WiMax version.” via

Palm Centro now official on AT&T!

“Palm has made the Centro smartphone available on the AT&T network today. The AT&T Centro debuts in Glacier white with a green accented thumboard. It is available online now at and at AT&T retail stores for $99 with a 2-year service agreement and mail-in rebate. An “Obsidian” black version will be available in a month. The AT&T Centro is a quad-band GSM/EDGE smartphone running Palm OS Garnet v5.4.9. It has a 320×320 pixel touchscreen display, Bluetooth v1.2, a 1.3 megapixel digital camera with video capture and 64MB of memory. For memory expansion it has a microSD slot. The Centro has dimensions of 4.22″ (L) x 2.11″ (W) x 0.73″ (D) (107 x 54 x 18.5 mm) and weighs in at 4.2 oz (119g). Palm’s imaginary battery life rating is 4 hours talk time with 300 hours standby. It has a 1150 mAh capacity. In addition to the interesting choice of keyboard color, the AT&T Centro also packs in some unique new software features. It is the first Palm OS device to ship with out the box AT&T Push to Talk support. The Nextel like service enables you to share presence information and have walkie-talkie like communications with other AT&T push to talk subscribers. Users can purchase unlimited Push to Talk minutes with Nation Plans for $9.99 a month for each line and with FamilyTalk for $19.99 a month for each group (two to five lines). Customers also can use Push to Talk on a pay-per-use basis for $0.15 a minute. The GSM/AT&T version also includes the more modern and user friendly phone interface and home screen which first debuted on the Treo 680. The AT&T Centro also includes a Instant Messaging application which supports the AOM AIM, Windows Messenger and Yahoo! IM services. This application treats individual IM’s as sms text messages, so your standard messaging fee’s will apply. The device also includes a built in voice dialing application powered by VoiceSignal and a link to download MobiTV. AT&T also makes a number of additional subscription based services available on the Centro. XM Mobile provides 25 channels of commercial free streaming radio for $8.99/mo. TeleNav’s GPS and navigation service is also available, but requires an additional Bluetooth GPS receiver. MusicID is another interesting service that aims to identify popular song’s and artists via a quick recording. The service costs $3.99 a month and can currently identify over 3 million titles. The Palm Centro from AT&T is available at all AT&T retail stores and “>online for $99.99 after a two-year service agreement and a mail-in rebate. Unlimited e-mail and data access is available for $30 a month with AT&T’s PDA Personal data package with a corresponding voice plan. Messaging packages are available beginning at $5 for 200 text, picture, video or instant messages. Unlimited messaging is available for $20 for individual plans and $30 for FamilyTalk plans. For more information about the AT&T Centro be sure to read our Centro review or visit for more details. ” via