“The new Sony Ericsson G700 mobile phone was also approved over the weekend along with the Nokia RM451 mobile phone. The G700 features a camera on the front, to use the phone for video conferencing. It features the familiar 5-way navigation key, as well as buttons for volume control on the side of the device. On the back, it has a 3.2 megapixel camera.The G700 comes with a Stylus, so navigation and typing out emails can be convenient. You can also use the stylus to pan photos. The phone is also a 3G phone. It supports the Memory Stick Micro (M2) for added memory up to 8GB. When connected to a computer, it will act as a USB mass storage device for convenient file transfer. There’s also an integrated RSS feed reader!The Sony Ericsson G700 supports MPEG4, H.263, H.264, WMV9 and Real Video formats for video playback, and for audio, it supports MP3, WMA, WAV, AAC, AAC+ and eAAC+. No word on the pricing or availability in the US yet.” via mobilewhack.com
ETEN has announced the Glofiish M810 and M750
E-TEN Information Systems has announced the Glofiish M810 and M750, the first in a new series of Pocket PC Phones that put the focus on portable entertainment, dynamic social networking, and go-anywhere communications ideal for the web 2.0 generation.E-TEN’s newest Pocket PC Phones harness the latest mobile hardware technologies together with innovations in software to create a pair of sleekly portable, multi-connected devices, designed to help the new breed of bloggers, podcasters, video makers, and chatters, stay online and updated wherever they are.Whether among the bustling crowds in today’s metropolitan cities or being as one with nature in the country, the Glofiish M810’s Wi-Fi and HSDPA or the M750’s Wi-Fi and EDGE connectivity mean that web-warriors have almost constant, high-speed access to the internet.Checking email, chatting via instant messaging, and even posting an update to your blog is quick and convenient thanks to a full QWERTY keyboard. With the M810 and M750 friends in your social network never have to wait to hear your latest news updates. For picture and video enthusiasts the M810 and M750 both feature a 2-megapixel auto-focus camera ideal for capturing the moment in web-friendly resolution files ready for upload to your favorite web-album or video sharing site. Will the next YouTube hit be recorded on a Glofiish?When it’s time to relax, the M810 and M750 perform as an ideal music player with support digital music formats plus a built-in radio, while the 2.8-inch display is perfect for enjoying videos either pre-loaded from your computer or streamed directly from the web. Additionally, the M810 and M750 are the first E-TEN Pocket PC Phones to include built-in JAVA support allowing downloadable applications, including games, to be played on the device.The Glofiish M810 and M750 support quad-band GSM, Wi-Fi b/g, Bluetooth 2.0 and GPS (ideal for Google Maps). Further specifications include a Samsung S3C processor at 500MHz and 256MB Flash ROM running on the Windows Mobile 6 platform, while dimensions of the handsets are a sleek 109.5 x 59 x 17.5mm.Additionally, the Glofiish M810 supports HSDPA internet connectivity while the M750 supports GRPS/EDGE.Both the Glofiish M810 and M750 should be available worldwide in two to three weeks.
imate JAMA 101 review at tracyandmatt!
“Hot on the heels of the x150 reviews we featured a few weeks ago we’ve had a hands on with the consumer equivalent the i-mate JAMA 101 the JAMA range is i-mates first foray into the consumer marketplace after the dissolution of their relationship with HTC so it’s quite key to their brand image, we’re going to look at how the JAMA measures up. The 101 is an upgraded version specs wise and styling wise over the original JAMA.I-mates HTC devices have stood them in good stead, the JAMA looks just like a mini version of i-mates HTC JAMin which was a massive favourite of mine. The JAMA certainly turned heads the styling and size are fantastic, the screen is a little smaller than is ideal but you’re getting a really compact PDA here with Windows Mobile 6 professional on board.” Read more here: