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Yesterday was the official announcement of the Motorola Pro, a new smartphone which is basically the European version of the Motorola Droid Pro with the same specifications except for compatibility with HSPA networks. This is a phone dedicated to business users, with a full QWERTY keyboard and touchscreen in a candybar design.
As you can see from the video, this phone is designed for business use, with features such as Exchange ActiveSync, you can remotely erase all memory, support for complex passwords, integrated VPN, integrated Office suite and more.
Of course, you can use it for messages or stay connected on the social networks even though you probably do not use all features.If you liked this post, Buy Me a Beer - click here
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Another great concept from NAK, this time with full qwerty keyboard, if HTC released something like this, it will be a killer phone!
The NAK HD is available in two models: NAK HD Windows Mobile Edition & Android Edition
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Motorola finally confirmed what we’ve been expecting for the last few weeks, a new MOTOBLUR handset is headed for T-Mobile. Officially dubbed the Charm, it is the first device in the United States to come with the new version of MOTOBLUR. Features include a 2.8-inch touch screen, a full QWERTY keyboard, and a BACKTRACK navigation pad on the back of the handset. Much like it does for the Backflip, the pad allows for an unobstructed view of the screen for a better browsing, texting, and gaming experience. Other features found in the phone include Adobe Flash Lite, a 3-megapixel camera, pinch zooming, multi-touch, and corporate email capability.
The Android 2.1-powered Charm is officially due “this summer” which could mean any day now. Unfortunately a price wasn’t announced for the device but we’re hearing both $75 after rebate as well as free for back-to-school promotions.
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Here is, one of the cheapest bluetooth keyboards on the market, especially for smartphones (Windows Mobile, Android, Symbian and other OS powered devices), you can buy this one for only $22.76 from China.
Mini bluetooth keyboard – the perfect companion for your smartphone that makes typing, chatting, and gaming easier than ever. Use this mini bluetooth keyboard with your computer or smartphone to enjoy responsive keys, featherlight typing, portability, and Bluetooth functionality everywhere you go. The sleek and slim design fits comfortably in your hand and allows for easy typing with its 49 keys, including a full QWERTY keyboard and complete with a space bar and number keys. This mini bluetooth keyboard even includes a FN (function) key used for accessing arrow keys, right click, and a home button, making web browsing on your phone easier than ever.
* Primary Function: Mini Bluetooth Keyboard
* Chipset: Broadcom 2042 Chipset
* Systems Supported:
- Supported Smart Mobile System:
1. Nokia Symbian S60 V3 and above
2. Android 1.6 and above
3. Windows Mobile 6.0 and above
- Supports all PC and Mac operating systems
- Supports Sony PS3
- Supports iPad
* Frequency band: 2.4 – 2.4835GHz unlicensed ISM band
* Receiving sensitivity: -75dbm (standard)
* RF output power: 4dbm maximum
* Operating Distance: 0 – 10 m
* Bluetooth Version: 2.0
* Keyboard Format: 49 keys, QWERTY layout
* Battery: Built-in Rechargeable Li-ion Battery
* Battery Duration:
Constant Use: ~50 hours
Standby: ~400 hours
* Power: Charges by USB
* Charging Time: ~2.5 hours
* Dimensions: 115 x 60 x 6 mm
* Manufacturer Ref: R0HT43UGJO11
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The LePhone will be launched next month, but the Chinese company held an event for the device, and shared it’s ambitions as they begin to enter the mobile space.
The LePhone is probably the most interesting Android device to date, as far as form-factor goes. The device is very rounded, and has a custom UI running on top of Android 2.o, no specifications have been announced. One of the most interesting things about the phone is that there is a connector on the left side, that will allow you to add a full QWERTY keyboard to the device. The keyboard pictured may look odd, but it also looks good.If you liked this post, Buy Me a Beer - click here
The Sharp IS01 packs Qualcomm’s 1GHz Snapdragon processor, a 5-inch 960 x 480 multitouch display and a full QWERTY keyboard, together with integrated EVDO Rev.A, WiFi b/g and Bluetooth 2.1+EDR. Since this is a Japanese device, there’s also plenty of stuff the rest of us could never hope of getting, such as a 1-Seg TV tuner. There’s also IrDA, along with dual cameras – a 5.27-megapixel one on the back, and a 0.43-megapixel snapper up front for video calls. Storage is via either 3GB of onboard memory or a microSD card slot, and the whole thing measures in at 149 x 83 x 17.9 mm. Battery life is apparently good enough for 310 minutes of talktime or 200hrs of standby.If you liked this post, Buy Me a Beer - click here