HP has presented the new Windows Mobile 6 Smartphones.
First one the 600 comes with Marvell PXA270, 520MHz Processor, 128MB of RAM, 256MB of ROM, integrated GPS, 2.8-inch 320×240 touchscreen, 3 megapixel camera, WiFi, and Windows Mobile 6 Professional and only numeric keypad. This is a clear competitor to HTC Touch, which is the best 2.8′ WM6 SmartPhone so far.
The 900 series phone has a standard QWERTY keyboard, and only 2.46-inch square display, other specs remain similar to 600. This model will compete wth Blackbery-style devices.
People from iphonesimfree.com claim that they finally create software that can completely unlock iPhone from AT&T compatibility only. From now on iPhone could work in T-Mobile and any other GSM network on this planet.
This statement already confirmed by such trusted source as engadget.com.
Also no words on the price for software itself and single unlock yet.
D-Link has announced a new dual-mode phone that allow users to easely switch between cellular and Wi-Fi networks with the click of a button. (“V-CLICK”)
Sceduled to be hit stores the first quarter of 2007, the new D-Link V-CLICK phone will support tri-band GSM (900/1800/1900 Mhz) and 802.11 Wi-Fi (2.4Ghz; Wireless encryption (WEP, WPA and WPA2) ) access.
With a press of the V-CLICK button, the phone switches between GSM and Wi-Fi connection that allows users to make GSM phone calls or access websites or use an Internet phone service.
D-Link V-CLICK dimentions are: h 4.17″, w 1.73″, d .75″. It comes black with additional colours planned to fit any lifestyle. The V-CLICK phones support Opera Mobile, a mobile browser for web surfing and email functionality on the phone’s 2 inch (176×220 pixels) colour screen.
D-Link says users will be able to have up to 5 hours talk time on GSM, and 2 hours while in 802.11 wireless mode. Upto 24MB of memory is available for documents, images, music and video files.
The suggested retail price is expected to be US$599.99. D-Link also plans to offer accessories for its new dual-mode phone products.
The product seems to be a rebages(facelifted?) version of Taiwanese Wistron NeWeb’s GW1 handset, which is also available as a CDMA/Wi-Fi mobile phone as well as the Neuf Twin dual-mode handset already on sale in France. This two overseas twins currently avalible for about $300. )