RoverPC P7 Pocket PC PDA Phone

“As a followup to the much likable P6 we talked about last year, the P7 has several improvements but also stays a step behind when it comes to innovation. While its a good thing that the processor is bumped to Marvell PXA270 416 MHz from the 300 MHz found on the P6 with more real estate added in the form of a 2.8 inch touchscreen, it is sad to see that this lovely-looking cell phone is content with just GPRS/EDGE data support with no 3G. Otherwise, the specs are decent enough with WiFi, Bluetooth 2.0, miniUSB, microSD, and a 2-megapixel camera, all running on Windows Mobile 6.1 Professional.No price or availability accompanies these details, but we would expect this to land in Russia or thereabouts in the not so distant future.” via

First LIVE images and videos of FULLSCREEN Android demos!

“Google’s latest Android prototype is miles improved over the versions we last saw. Back at CES the GUI was clunky and the whole thing looked relatively primative; Google themselves asked us to keep an open mind and instead concentrate on the OS’ potential. Now, they’ve brought out a device that you could, frankly, mistake for production hardware.As our exclusive demo videos show, the Android team have been putting in some long hours bringing the user interface up to the standard people expect. The iPhone sets the bar high, and leftfield rivals like Samsung’s TouchWiz GUI really pile on the pressure. What they’ve given us is, at first glance, a blend of the successful parts of each of those, together with a dose of Google’s own minimalist aesthetic. Hopefully you’ll agree with us, once you’ve looked through the photos and watched the video, that the design is a winner.” Find out more here:

HTC Diamond to come in two variants – one with QWERTY keyboard

“Normally, operator branding is simply the case of putting an operator logo on a handset, and adding operator-exclusive themes and wallpapers. This is not the case however, for HTC’s Diamond handset – it will have an identical twin of sorts – the MDA Compact IV, with the addition of a full QWERTY keyboard, and the designing on the back of the handset is more smooth compared to the rigid lines on the regular Diamond handset. This exclusive Diamond will be exclusively available for T-Mobile, for countries in the European Union. Specification-wise, everything else remains the same.” via