T-Mobile offers the RIM BlackBerry Curve 8520 for $0 on a two-year contract. This is just one of the promotional offers of the carrier for Black Friday. (source: CellPhoneSignal)
A clone of the Nokia E72 delivers mobile TV. The handset is not based on Symbian and is equipped with 1.3-megapixel camera (instead of 5), but makes up for the latter by allowing you to watch your favourite TV shows on the go. (source: Daily Mobile)
The Acer Liquid A1 is already on sale. The information comes from Reutres and confirms the previous rumors that the first Android handset of the manufacturer would roll out by the end of this month. (source: Reuters)
Quite a spectacular commercial of the Samsung Omnia II.
We already know this is one of the best Windows phones on the market today, so why not relish its exalted features once again? (source: 1800PocketPC)