RIM, the makers of BlackBerry finally gave fans a sneak peak at their upcoming BlackBerry 10 phone which can be seen above. Gone are the smaller screens with a full keyboard and in it’s place is a fully functional touch screen. Here is a quick teaser video of what BlackBerry 10 devices will look like:
While the devices you see in the picture are only developer devices and may never be released in to the public, I have to tip my hat to RIM for finally stepping into this decade. But the true question is, is it too late? Apple and Android have compactly taken over the smartphone game leaving little room for anyone else. While a full revamping is possible, which Microsoft did with their Windows Mobile Phones, we will just have to wait and see how RIM plans satisfy their loyal BlackBerry customers while gaining new ones.
Either way, BlackBerry may have just gotten cool again. Let us know what you think in the comments below.
For those UK fans who have been patiently waiting for Motorola to give you an official taste of the latest Droid action, your prays have finally been answered. Motorola has announced that the Droid RAZR Maxx will be available sometime in May, but UK customers can begin to pre-order now.
The specs for the UK version of the Droid RAZR Maxx are near identical to its US counterpart. Both Clove and Expansy are currently taking pre-orders. We suggest your hurry over to one of those sites before you miss your chance to order your RAZR Maxx.
While the hype surrounding quad core processors has surely died down since the Mobile World Congress back in February, Samsung has just flipped the script and brought quad cores back to relevance. Samsung has announced that a 1.4GHz Exynos quad core processor will be running their upcoming flagship phone, the Samsung Galaxy S III. Samsung says that the new quad core processor will have double the power of their current processors.
Hankil Yoon, Senior VP of Product Strategy Team at Samsung explained that,
“Samsung’s next Galaxy device, which will be officially announced soon, offers uncompromised performance and ground breaking multitasking features, thanks to Exynos 4 Quad’s powerful performance and efficient energy management technology.”
With such strong words coming from Samsung, we are currently on the edge of our seats eagerly awaiting the official announcement. We can’t wait, how about you?
Just when you thought the unlocked Samsung Galaxy Nexus could go no lower, Google has defined all odds. Google has posted the unlocked Galaxy Nexus for $399 in the new section “Devices” in the Google Play Store. The 16GB contract free Galaxy Nexus only works on GSM networks (T-Mobile, AT&T).
Google is also throwing in a $10 credit for Google Wallet, the company’s mobile payment service. This deal is literally out of this world and we can imagine that many fans will be running to the Google Play Store to buy their unlocked Ice Cream Sandwich Galaxy Nexus.
Let us know in the comments after the break if you plan on ordering one for yourself.
Over the weekend a numerous amount of news/clues were leaked about information pertaining to the soon to be announced Samsung Galaxy S III. Clues were left on Samsung’s Twitter page which lead viewers to this site: tgeltaayehxnx.com/
After deciphering the jumble of words, it comes out to be “The Next Galaxy.” Upon doing a search for thenextgalaxy.com, viewers are lead to a site with a trailer by Samsung hinting towards the unveiling of their flagship phone, the video can be found after the break.
While the trailer gives nothing away about the device it gives us a hint that Samsung believes this device to be of another galaxy. What do you think the Samsung Galaxy S III will look like? Let us know in the comments after the break.