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HTC Droid Incredible

HTC are yet to announce the official release date of the Froyo rollout for the Droid Incredible. Earlier, rumors suggested that the Droid Incredible will get its Froyo love on August 18. However, that did not happen and Incredible owners are still waiting for HTC to announce the Froyo rollout date.

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HTC T8788

Over the past couple of weeks, pictures of many of the upcoming WP7 handsets from HTC, Samsung and LG have leaked on the Internet. Today, the HTC T8788 joins the party. The HTC T8788 will feature the brand new WP7 mobile OS from Microsoft, and will be sold in the US under the AT&T network.

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Droid 2

The folks over at Xda Developers have done it again. They have managed to root the Motorola Droid 2, only after two weeks of its launch. Users who are interested in rooting their Droid 2, need to have adb and the required drivers from Motorola installed.

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Sony Ericsson Vivaz

At the beginning of this month Sony Ericsson announced that the Xperia X10 will be available on AT&T from August 15. Today, AT&T have announced in a press release that they will also be selling the Sony Ericsson Vivaz beginning from September 5.

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samsung-galaxy-s

The Samsung Galaxy S series of handsets have another “certified” feature under its cap now. DivX have officially certified the Galaxy S series of phone as DivX HD certified. The Galaxy S series of handsets are the first Android handset to get this certification, and second overall.

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Samsung Galaxy S Uses Gorilla Glass

The Samsung Galaxy S series of smartphones have been a worldwide hit. The various variants of the Galaxy S have been selling like hot cakes all over the world.

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Nokia C5

Nokia has just rolled out minor firmware updates for the Nokia C5 and the Nokia X2. The firmware update for the Nokia C5-00 is numbered v032.010, while that of the X2 is numbered v04.80

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Nokia 5250

Nokia has just released its next Symbian S60 v5 running smartphone – the Nokia 5250. The Nokia 5250 will be the successor to the highly popular Nokia 5230.

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Motorola Droid

One of the major benefits of Android 2.2 is that it brings full flash via Flash Player 10.1. However, not many phones have got their fair share of Froyo and Flash love except for the Google Nexus One.

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Nokia N9

It was less than a week ago that the pictures of the upcoming MeeGo slider from Nokia – the N9 leaked on the Internet. Today, we have the hardware details about the N9 thanks to a guy named Lee. According to him, the Nokia N9 will be powered by a 1 GHz Qualcomm processor and will pack in 512MB of RAM.

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Samsung Galaxy Tab Caught In The Wild

The folks over at Electronista managed to shoot a video of the Samsung Galaxy Tab in live testing in Sydney. The Galaxy Tab was caught in a train in the hands of a guy who apparently works for some telecommunication company.

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Nokia C6

The Nokia 5800 was the first Symbian S60 v5 based phone from the Finnish giant. The phone features a 3.2-inch screen with nHD resolution. Nokia was criticized a lot for the clunky and out-dated S60 v5 UI.

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divx

The folks at DivX Labs have officially released version 1.0 of the DivX mobile player for Symbian. This new version is compatible with Symbian S60 v3 and v5. However, the software still has a beta tag to it.

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Motorola Droid 2

Motorola, along with Verizon have just rolled out a minor software update for the Droid 2. The Over-The-Air (OTA) software update will hit your phones within the next couple of days.

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BlackBerry

Research In Motion (RIM) has given the BlackBerry App World a much needed upgrade. First and foremost, RIM has dropped the minimum price of the application to $0.99 from the earlier $2.99.

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