“The ASUS P750 has been living a double life of sorts. I told you a little while ago that the Windows Mobile 6.0 Professional smartphone was moonlighting as a VGA-display super-hero in an effort to break-out from its daily ho-hum existence as a mild-mannered QVGA commoner. It was sort of sad that the ASUS P750 had to go about its daily activities with a huge VGA-secret hidden under that pressed business suit.Well, it looks like a few hackers out there have managed to relieve the P750 of its day-job, in order to pursue its VGA-dreams full-time. Sorg and GreateVK from asusmobile.ru, have announced that they’ve cooked up a fix that should enable the ASUS P750 to rock VGA display resolution at all times. The VGA solution is due out in final form in about a week’s time, so if you’ve got an ASUS P750 itching to make the jump to a VGA touchscreen, the wait is nearly over!” via intomobile.com
“Reportedly, Motorola will release several high-end models in the second half of 2008, some of them were unveiled at Motorola’s presentation. The company expects to introduce the Rokr E8 (the successor to E6), Rokr Z10 (the successor to Z8) and Q10 (the business smartphone after the Q9) by the end of this year. In addition Motorola scheduled a 5-megapixel cameraphone – the ZN5, the new generation Ming phone and Motorola Z9 in the slider form-factor designed for 3.5G networks and featuring GPS-functionality. Time will show whether this info is true, some of Motorola’s new handsets will debut at CTIA Wireless.” via mobile-review.com
LG Electronics (LG), a global leader and technology innovator in consumer electronics, announced today the global launch of the LG-KF510 boasting an extremely-slim body with dynamic functional design.The eye-catching color gradations of LG-KF510 are the first ever to be used on a mobile phone, with choices of Stardust Dark Gray and Sunset Red on the full metal exterior. It adds a lustrous sophistication while the 10.9mm slim and durable inner slide of the phone subtly underscores its sleek style.The gleaming LED lights of the touchpad brighten with a gentle touch of a fingertip, allowing one to scroll and navigate the animated multifunction menu using the new “Interactive Touch Lighting” system.Besides the stylish design, the LG-KF510 is outfitted with quality features. LG KF510 allows the user to enjoy 3MP camera with a power flash and a one-second response time. With the advanced MP3 player the user can automatically sort music into play lists or categories. These features are supported by a long lasting battery that saves power capacity through Auto Luminance Control (ALC) which self-adjusts to the brightness of the LED screen.”2008 is the year for a new paradigm in mobile phone design and LG is setting the benchmark,” says Dr. Skott Ahn, CEO of LG Electronics Mobile Communications Company. “We have established ourselves as a leader in this field and the LG-KF510 is a unique addition in our mobile portfolio. With its sleek aesthetic and superior technology, it will appeal to many discerning consumers that value both style and substance.”LG-KF510 will be available at most major mobile retailers in regions including Europe, Latin America, the Middle East, Africa and Asia, from the end of March.
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