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)


1 Comment

1. MTLance unregistered

Nice vid but can the Cellura giant able to take Apple on head to head? Well iPhone is actually still dominating except with Pre and Moto Droid out there.

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