Tuesday´s News Bits

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Tuesday´s News Bits
  • It seems the LG GX200 will be an affordable, dual SIM capable handset. Moreover, it will be equipped with 2-inch display, 1.3-megapixel camera, FM radio and microSD slot. The cell phone will be distributed in Asia and South America. (source: LG Central)


  • "Comes With Music" version of the Nokia N97 mini rolls out in the UK. Its price of about $163 is higher than what you need to shell out for the standard handset, but the offer is tempting, because the service will allow you to download as many audio tracks as you want for one year and do it without breaching anyone´s copyright. (via NokNok)


  • The Rola V19 is a clone of the Motorola CLIQ. The handset comes with 3-inch WQVGA display, video call camera, two SIM card slots, FM radio and tons of extra features. Unfortunately, however, it´s not based on Android. (source: Cloned In China)
Tuesday´s News Bits


  • iSketch for the iPhone has been developed by an 11 year old boy. But that´s not the only interesting thing about the program, because a hefty part of the generated sales revenues are donated to the children´s hospital in Santa Monica and will be used for purchasing electronic entertainment devices for kids. If you feel like chipping in on a good cause, buy iSketch from the App Store, it´s available for just $0.99. (source: Geek)


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1 Comment

1. miniphone

Posts: 3; Member since: Mar 27, 2010

This nokia n97 mini phone is small enough to put in my pocket, and it's also a MP3 player which allows me to enjoy all MP3 music on my PC. I would not miss any important call even if I am listening the music. Unique design is a plus! More information about it fromhttp://www.sourcinggate.com/mini-phone-c-374.html

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