Tuesday´s News Bits

Tuesday´s News Bits
  • The LG Blog has started an official image gallery dedicated to the LG BL40. The model that caused tongues to wag has been finally revealed in all its 21:9 screen ratio glory and it´s even compared to other handsets by the manufacturer. The gallery can be found here. (via LG UK Blog)

  • The LG LX610 is the successor to Lotus for Sprint. The information comes from FCC and reveals the handset will feature Bluetooth, EV-DO support and probably, a fully-fledged QWERTY keyboard. We hope information about its release date and pricing appears soon. (via LG CENTRAL)

  • Sprint´s 4G network will be available in Las Vegas, Portland and Atlanta. You will have to fork out $69.90 if you feel like signing up for the new limitless plan that utilizes the new super-fast speed and comes with no traffic allowance. The company sweetens the deal by throwing in a free modem, so you can also make use of the 4G network on your desktop right away. (via DSLReports)

  • The BREW 3.1-based Huawei U7510 will sport a touch sensitive screen. It seems the device will be aimed at people on the budget and feature QVGA resolution screen and support for HSDPA and Bluetooth. So far, the manufacturer hasn´t breathed a word about its pricing or release date. (source: TechFresh)

  • GPush now available on App Store. The program that allows activation of Gmail push notifications on the iPhone can be yours for just $0.99. The price is more than reasonable indeed, but how come we need to pay for such a simple and common function anyway? (source: Business Wire)

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