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Palm announces Treo 755p for Sprint

Palm Treo 755p

Palm has announced the latest in the Treo smartphone lineup with the new 755p for Sprint. The Treo 755p shares the same body as the Treo 750 only it runs Palm OS. It’s the first CDMA Treo to include an internal antenna. New features include integrated Google Maps. All other features remain the same as the Treo 700p including the 1.3 megapixel camera and miniSD memory card slot.

“The Treo 755p is a stylish and powerful device ideal for business professionals looking for the power to do more while on the go,” said Danny Bowman, vice president of customer equipment for Sprint. “Building upon the success of the Treo 700p, we’ve added enhancements such as Mobile Voice Control, a new IM application and Sprint TV(SM) in the ROM for mobile entertainment and news.

Sprint will see the launch of this new Treo this May for a price tag of $279.99 with contract.


1 comment May 11th, 2007

Red Pearl comes to Rogers Wireless

Red Pearl for Rogers

It seems that Rogers Wireless here in Canada has sneaked out the BlackBerry Pearl in Red this week. With all the excitement of the new Curve we think RIM forgot to announce this one for Canada. The Red Pearl is available now from Rogers for only $249 with three year contract.


1 comment May 9th, 2007

Introducing BlackBerry Curve

BlackBerry Curve

RIM has announced their latest in multimedia BlackBerry devices. The BlackBerry Curve is the latest consumer designed device to be side-by-side with the BlackBerry Pearl. The Curve brings tons of new features including an upgraded 2 megapixel camera with flash, microSD memory card slot with support for up to 4GB, 3.5mm headphone jack and a new ROXIO media player.

Both AT&T in the United States and Rogers Wireless have announced the device and will launch it over the next few months. For more information on the Curve visit

2 comments May 5th, 2007

T-Mobile hands out Windows Mobile 6 upgrade for Dash

T-Mobile has finally posted the software upgrade available now for the T-Mobile Dash. The software upgrade puts the latest version of Windows Mobile 6 on the device. T-Mobile has also added support for the MyFaves application, a new instant messaging application supporting AIM, Yahoo! and Windows Live/MSN. You can download the upgrade here:

1 comment May 5th, 2007

AT&T launches Nokia N75

AT&T’s Nokia N75

Cingular/AT&T has finally launched the long awaited Nokia N75 3G handset. The Nokia N75 is powered by Symbian Series 60 and features Quadband GSM, Dualband UMTS, 2 megapixel camera, stereo Bluetooth and a microSD memory card slot.

The Nokia N75 is a enhanced music player, camera and video player all-in-one. Shoot photos on the 2 MP camera, watch vivid videos and listen to your favorite tunes. Experience rich multimedia over the ultra fast UMTS network, and access Cingular Video and Cingular Music with an enhanced music player that supports WMDRM.

AT&T Handset Page

4 comments April 30th, 2007

RIM introduces BlackBerry 8830 World Edition

BlackBerry 8830 Cyclone

RIM has officially announced the BlackBerry 8830 World Edition. The BlackBerry 8830 is RIM’s first device to incorporate both CDMA and GSM for global roaming. The Blackberry 8830 still brings the thin design of the 8800 (.55 inches) along with the multimedia features such as microSD memory card slot, four-way trackball navigation, GPS, Bluetooth 2.0, media player and a large QVGA display.

Both Verizon and Sprint have announced they will be launching it in the United States, along with Bell Mobility in Canada. You can watch for the 8830 to launch on Verizon mid-May. Both Sprint and Bell have announced summer time launches (around July).


Sprint’s BlackBerry 8830

5 comments April 26th, 2007

T-Mobile launches Blackberry 8800

TMobile 8800

T-Mobile has launched the ultra slim multimedia Blackberry 8800. The Blackberry 8800 comes installed with T-Mobile’s myFaves service and feature packed with a large colour display, microSD memory card slot, Quadband GSM with EDGE, GPS, full QWERTY keyboard and trackball navigation.

“T-Mobile is committed to delivering an exceptional customer experience with our innovative products and services,” said Jeff Hopper, Vice President of Marketing, T-Mobile USA.   “The BlackBerry 8800 complements the highly successful BlackBerry Pearl with a powerful range of tools and capabilities that lets our customers stay connected, in business and personal environments, with those that matter most.”

T-Mobile’s product page

1 comment April 25th, 2007

T-Mobile’s upcoming RIZR Z3 Rose

T-Mobile Red RIZR

T-Mobile’s getting ready to launch the Motorola RIZR Z3 in Rose Red. The RIZR Z3 Rose has showed up on T-Mobile’s site with a coming soon below it. It keeps all the same features including Quadband GSM, 2 megapixel camera, microSD memory card slot and stereo Bluetooth.T-Mobile Product Page

12 comments April 18th, 2007

Telus launches HTC P4000 Smartphone

HTC P4000 from Telus

Telus Mobility has launched Canada’s first EV-DO Rev. A capable smartphone. The HTC P4000 is the new replacement for the UTStarcom 6700. It comes packed with a spring loaded hidden QWERTY keyboard, 2 megapixel camera with flash, microSD memory card slot and a large 2.8″ high resolution touchscreen, Wi-Fi and stereo Bluetooth and not to forget it’s powered by Windows Mobile 5.

Telus HTC P4000 Product Page / Check out our gallery of HTC from CTIA 2007

Add comment April 18th, 2007

T-Mobile launches Sidekick iD by Danger

T-Mobile Sidekick iD 

T-Mobile and Sidekick designer, Danger Inc. have announced a new low end model of the highly popular Sidekick handset. Sidekick iD features the classic Sidekick swivel display design, full QWERTY keyboard however lacks Bluetooth and camera like the Sidekick 3.

“The T-Mobile Sidekick iD is designed for virtually anytime, anywhere communication through voice calling and a robust variety of options for messaging-based communication. The signature swivel screen is designed to be a large, color window into one’s own personal life. The screen moves to reveal the full QWERTY keyboard providing the luxury of staying connected through the always-on access to e-mail, instant messaging (AIM®, Yahoo!® and Windows Live Messenger), and text messaging.”

You can pick up the Sidekick iD at your local T-Mobile store for only $99 with contract starting April 25th.

Source: T-Mobile

6 comments April 13th, 2007

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