Wednesday´s News Bits

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Wednesday´s News Bits
  • SciPhone N19 looks like the BlackBerry Storm, but runs Android instead. The device sports 2.8-inch screen, 2-megapixel camera, Wi-Fi and Bluetooth. It´s available on the Internet for $165. (source: Cloned In China)

  • Motorola finally releases the eagerly anticipated Ruby in Korea, calls it the MOTO Klassic. This is a flip-phone with touch-sensitive external screen, stainless steel body and 5-megapixel camera. It´s still anyone´s guess if the MOTO Klassic is coming to other countries or not. (source: Aving)


  • The Nokia X3 has passes through FCC on its way to the US. We still don´t know which carrier is to roll out the audio-oriented slider equipped with 3.2-megapixel camera, but since the device has already received FCC´s blessing, it´s quite likely we see contract see units roll out for about $169 soon. (via: UnwiredView)


  • You can now drive a virtual Lamborghini on your iPhone, courtesy of Asphalt 5. The new version of the popular racing game comes with a wide selection of 30 diferent cars, 12 locations and 8 playing modes, similar to those available with the computer series Need For Speed. The price of the application is $7. (via: IntoMobile)


  • It would be great if the future interface of Symbian looks like the one shown in the video below! Unfortunately, this is just a good idea and we can only hope the guys over at Symbian Foundation take it into consideration. (source: YouTube)


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