41MP Nokia EOS is nice, Real challenger to S4 Zoom and Sony Honami! I think they’re readying a new Lumia flagship for the holiday season, to replace the 920. So is it official that this will have a 4.5′ screen and not a 5? I think for that size a 4.5 screen would have a mountain of bezel. They will have 2 EOS versions, the first will be with lower specs. I think they will release another version of EOS with Quad cores and 1080p resolution with 2GB of ram.
Source: Weibo @PunkPanda
The NEC Terrain android phone was obviously repurposed by AT&T. With a screen that small they should have just left capacitive keys instead of the huge bottom bezel with logo. Reminds me of Motorola Atrix HD.
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AT&T NEC Terrain photos
AT&T NEC Terrain key features:
- physical QWERTY keyboard
- little ruggedized (MIL-810G)
- 8-megapixel rear and 0.3-megapixel cameras
- “high-resolution” 3.1-inch display
- 1.5GHz, dual-core Snapdragon S4 CPU
- 8GB of built-in storage
- up to 32GB via microSD
- Push-to-Talk services
- Android ICS OS
If you’re going to stick an ugly blackberry keyboard on an android phone which makes the screen tiny to begin with, why would you use soft keys which then take up even more space instead of put them on the keyboard?
The AT&T NEC Terrain will go on sale on June 21st for $99 on contract.
Source: AT&T via Engadget
Looks like a Dual-Core 2.2ghz processor… Sony Xperia ZU prototype specs leaks. Although most people prefer hardware keys, I love on-screen keys. I get that they occupy precious screen space. So they have removed on-screen buttons on ZU. Not bad.
The Virgin Samsung Galaxy Ring is now on sale for $179 without contract. The Reverb is actually $200, but on sale at the moment. Also, the Ring should support S Voice which the Reverb doesn’t as well as a slightly larger battery. And the design makes it look more like upper mid-range device. Also the price and not having to install new sw updates to get 4.1 make it seem like a better value than the Reverb in my eyes.
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Red Samsung Galaxy S4 is in now available at AT&T. I love red and the idea of carrying a full red phone but this is more maroon. As far as the colors go though, Samsung is really screwing up the hue of these things, blue doesn’t look blue, black doesn’t look black, red doesn’t look red…
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Red Samsung Galaxy S4 photos