Sony Ericsson Kanna gets a sneakpeak!

“ have posted pictures of a new Sony Ericsson Symbian handset, tentatively named Kanna, related to the existing Kurara smartphone we have already seen. The new handset is similar to Kurara in terms of its specifications, the notable difference being the inclusion of a slide out QWERTY keyboard. Michell, the owner of, is saying that we should expect to see the official announcement this February at MWC.
Specs wise here’s what to expect:

  • 720 MHz Processor
  • Symbian 60 5th Edition
  • 3.2″ TFT screen, 640×360
  • 8 MP camera
  • 720p HD video recording
  • Wi-Fi
  • 3.5mm jack” via

RIM Introduces BlackBerry Presenter to Connect BlackBerry and Projector

Research In Motion (RIM) today introduced BlackBerry Presenter, the latest accessory for BlackBerry smartphones. BlackBerry Presenter is a conveniently small and light device that easily plugs into a projector or monitor, then lets the user display a Microsoft PowerPoint presentation wirelessly from their BlackBerry smartphone. BlackBerry Presenter gives users easy control of their presentations, allowing them to navigate their presentations, view speaker notes, loop presentation slides and even reference information on one slide while displaying another. Thanks to a wireless (Bluetooth) connection between the BlackBerry smartphone and BlackBerry Presenter, users can also walk around freely while presenting (supports roaming up to 30 feet between the devices).

  • Conveniently small and light — 3.4″ x 2.4″ x 0.9″ and 140g
  • Video Formats Supported: NTSC, PAL
  • Video Cable Support: S-Video, VGA
  • Power Connection: Micro USB
  • Display Resolution Support: 640×480 (VGA), 800×600 (SVGA), 1024×768 (XGA)
  • Bluetooth Version 2.0 + EDR, Class 1.5
  • Carrying Case: Synthetic Leather
  • Support for most PowerPoint animations and transitions
  • No additional file processing required – present files directly without having to pre-process the file on the PC
  • Languages Supported: English, French, Italian, German, Spanish” via