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Motorola Milestone 2

It was just yesterday that a leaked video of the Motorola Milestone 2 made it on the Internet. Today Motorola has officially announced the Milestone 2. The Motorola Milestone 2 is the GSM version of the recently released Motorola Droid 2.

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Nokia E72

Nokia has just rolled out a new firmware update for their business oriented powerhouse – the Nokia E72. The new firmware version is v51.018. This new firmware update updates a number of system applications like the web browser, QuickOffice, OVI Music etcetera.

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T-Mobile G2

The T-Mobile G2 has been gaining a lot of hype for the last week. The T-Mobile G2 from HTC is expected to be based on the new MSM7230 platform from Qualcomm. The device is expected to be launched on the T-Mobile network on September 29.

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Samsung Epic 4G

Another variant of the Samsung Galaxy S – the Samsung Epic 4G has hit the U.S shores and is available on the Sprint network. The Epic 4G is the second handset from Sprint to make use of its 4G network, the HTC EVO 4G being the first.

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The Motorola Droid X is a multimedia powerhouse. The phone features a mammoth 4.3-inch touchscreen with a resolution of 854×480. The Droid X is also among the very few handsets in the market to feature a mini-HDMI out port.

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DroidX

When Verizon and Motorola launched the Droid X there was a big hype and hoopla over the locked down boot loader of the device. As days passed by, it emerged that the Droid X uses the same boot loader as the one of the Motorola Milestone.

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Samsung Galaxy S

The Samsung Galaxy S is available in the U.S under the T-Mobile and the AT&T network. T-Mobile sells the device as the Samsung Vibrant while AT&T sells it as the Samsung Captivate.

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Samsung Galaxy S

The Samsung Galaxy S series of phone has another milestone under its name now. Today, Samsung officially announced in a press release that they have managed to sell more than a million Galaxy S devices in the U.S.

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Nokia C6

Nokia has just rolled out a new firmware update for the C6. The firmware update is numbered v11.0.029. This firmware update is a pretty minor.

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HTC EVO 4G

It’s here! It’s finally here! The final version of CyanogenMod 6.0 has finally been released. The final version of the CyanogenMod 6.0 supports many devices like the Nexus One, the Motorola Droid, the HTC EVO 4G, the Droid Incredible, the HTC Aria etcetera.

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T-Mobile G2

The HTC or the T-Mobile G2 has been all over the Internet for the past few days. There were a lot of speculations whether the G2 will be using the same old Snapdragon CPU or the new MSM7230 CPU.

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HTC EVO 4G

HTC rolled out the Android 2.2 (Froyo) update for the EVO 4G a couple of weeks ago. The Froyo update bought with it tons of performance improvements and many new features as well.

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Nokia N900 Running Android 2.2

The Nokia N900 was the first phone from Nokia running on the Maemo OS. The company positioned the handset as a modder’ friendly phone. Even after 8 months of its launch, the N900 is still a popular phone among the modding community. A couple of months ago, we  reported that working Android 2.2 ROMs for […]

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Apple iPhone 4

After Opera, the folks behind SkyFire have decided to release their browser for the iPhone. SkyFire is a very popular browser on many platforms due to its support for Flash, multiple tabs etcetera. According to MobileCrunch, the company behind SkyFire is soon going to submit their application for approval to the Apple’s AppStore.

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Droid-Life is reporting that Verizon is going to start rolling out the Froyo OTA update from tomorrow itself. I will now recommend users to wait for the OTA instead of flashing the leaked Android 2.2 update about which we reported minutes ago.

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