Dell announced the new Venue Pro Windows Phone 7 Smartphone. Available at Microsoft retail stores, Store.Microsoft.com, and direct from Dell, the Venue Pro features a cutting-edge portrait layout QWERTY keypad for faster text entry, editing and connecting with friends and family. Specifications: 4.1” WVGA AMOLED multi-touch display; Powered by Qualcomm’s Snapdragon solution with integrated 1GHz processor; 3G + Wi-Fi + Bluetooth; Bands/Mode: UMTS 900/1700/2100/AWS; GSM/EDGE 850/900/1800/1900; HSDPA 7.2Mbps/HSUPA 5.76Mbps; 5MP auto-focus camera.
Verizon Wireless and Motorola unveiled the Android-powered Motorola CITRUS™. The CITRUS offers customizable smartphone experience in a compact design. Expected to be available in Q4 2010, the key features of CITRUS include: Curved design; on-screen QWERTY keyboard; Full HTML Web browser; BACKTRACK™, a touch panel located on the back of the device that enables users to navigate and scroll through websites, home screens, e-mails, music and more without obstructing the display; Full capacitive touch screen display; Seven home screen panels; applications; and pre-loaded widgets such as sticky notes, weather, messages and calendar; Android Market™; CarbonFree®, and is PVC and BFR free.
Sporting BlackBerry 6 OS, the new BlackBerry 9800 Torch qwerty slider is initially available in the US through AT&T and and the UK’s availability to follow in the coming weeks. Highlights: a 3.2-inch 480×360 touch-based screen, a slide-out keyboard, 512 MB RAM, 4 GB storage and a MicroSD card slot, 802.11 b/g/n, Bluetooth, and a 5 megapixel camera with flash.
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This is a rumor, you’ve been told. The upcoming Nookia N-Series that designed as a QWERTY mobile phone is planed to hit the markets on 2nd half 2008. The look similar to the popular Treo and the known features include S60 3rd Edition FP2 OS, 5 or 6-megapixel camera, 30FPS VGA (640×480) video recording and a candybar form factor.