Samsung C6625 spotted Windows Mobile plus QWERTY keyboard

“Remember that Samsung C6620 that was exclusively launched by TIM in Italy? Well, it looks like there’s a slightly different version of it, called Samsung C6625 and sold unlocked. The C6625 was spotted at Expansys, where you can pre-order it for 249.99 POUND (around 360 USD).Running on Windows Mobile 6.1 Standard, Samsung C6625 is kind of like a Samsung BlackJack, but it has a more rounded overall look. Its full QWERTY keyboard will surely appeal to business users, who are, in fact, the smartphone’s main target.
Here are the main features and specs of C6625:

  • 2.6 inch non-touchscreen display with 320 x 240 pixels
  • Tri-band GSM connectivity (900 / 1800 / 1900 MHz connectivity)
  • HSDPA 2100 MHz connectivity
  • A-GPS
  • Stereo FM radio with RDS
  • Stereo Bluetooth
  • 2MP camera with video recording
  • 100MB of on-board memory
  • MicroSDHC card support
  • Talk time: up to 420 minutes
  • Standby time: up to 300 hours
  • 113.6 x 63 x 11.6 mm
  • 107.7 grams” via

Google Introduces New Google Maps with Latitude for Location Sharing

“Ever think of sharing your updated location with your friends or loves one? This week Google introduces a free add-on, called Latitude with its Google Maps to let you keep track each other location with Google Maps. Once you have granted the permission to view your location to your friends, they can see your approximate location if you keep your phone connected online with Google Maps Latitude. Not all tracking are 100% correct though, anyone can also set a false location manually to “cheat”, or whatever situations you can imagine.The Google Maps with Latitude is currently available in 27 countries. It can be installed on Blackberry, S60, and Windows Mobile, and will be available on Android in the next few days with the new firmware RC33. You can download it from the with your mobile browser. The team is also working an iPhone version and it should be released very soon.” via