Friday´s News Bits
This article contains unofficial information.
- The Nokia 2330 classic is coming to T-Mobile US? The compact, affordable handset will supposedly appear in the carrier´s product catalogue in several weeks and you will be able to get one for free if you sign up for a contract. Take a look at its specifications here. (source: CellPhoneSingal)
- The Motorola Ruby is claimed to have passed through Bluetooth SIG as the V13. The thing is the handset is or as it seems, was until recently considered dead as a dodo, along with the operating system it was supposed to run – Symbian UIQ. Perhaps, the clamshell phone is still alive and will eventually roll out after all, since quite a few people were genuinely interested in its 5-megapixel camera and relatively large external display. The rumour has it the manufacturer has switched over to Android, but we consider the hearsay ungrounded. (source: Mobile-Review forum via TechFresh)
- You can take a look at a disassembled Nokia X6 on FCC. We still do not know whether or not the phone will come to the US officially, but since it is a quad-band GSM and tri-band 3G device, you shouldn´t have any problems using it here on AT&T, even if you buy it from Europe. (source: FCC)
- Mac users can now sync their BlackBerry devices. The program called BlackBerry Desktop Software for Mac will allow people to synchronize their iTunes playlists, phone contacts, tasks and schedule. The app should be hitting the shelves any time now, so you can check whether it´s already available for download here. (via: MarketWire)
- T-Mobile now offers the Pulse in the UK. The price of the handset, manufactured by Huawei, is $282 on pay as you go. Sounds great for an Androind-powered device equipped with a 3.5-inch screen and 3.2-megapixel camera. (source: EngadgetMobile)