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Articles tagged with: Cellphones

Hot In Mobile: The ZTE Skate With Gingerbread

If you’re a true tech geek, you’ll know that there are a number of up and coming brands that come up with solid products without forcing consumers to pay hefty prices. If you don’t have $550 to spend on a brand new phone, you’re going want to check out the ZTE Skate (pictured top only) smartphone.

This awesome new Gingerbread smartphone comes with a 4.3″ display, rocking a resolution of 800 x 480 pixels. It’s powered by an 800MHz processor and comes with 256MB of RAM/512MB of ROM, and 150MB of internal storage.

Toshiba Gears Up For Massive OLED Production

Toshiba introduced the OLED as the most portable and most flexible screen, measuring at a size of 0.1mm and weighing in at just a gram. OLED was and is the first flexible screen introduced by Toshiba, as it utilizes an oxide semiconductor TFT, the OLED is composed of a plastic substrate at a temperature of 200 Celsius.

Sharp AQUOS IS11H Has Surprising Twist

Sharp will be rolling out a new AQUOS phone, this time with a interesting twist. The new phone has a slide-out numeric key, talk about old school! I would hate to buy that phone on impulse in a store, slide-out the keyboard and instead of typing an easy text on the expected QWERTY keyboard, experience shock and horror while staring back at those numeric keys. The phone also looks like it has a 4-way directional key, oldddd school!

Facebook Buys Snaptu

Over the weekend, Facebook announced that it will be buying Israeli startup Snaptu. The platform provides a smartphone-like experience to simple mobile devices, as long as then can connect to the Web. Snaptu gives users the ability to access websites and services within a usable interface. It mimics smartphone looks and abilities, with features such as contact syncing, an easy to navigate home screen, and the ability to quickly scroll through pictures and friend updates. Sites such as Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn are availabe to almost any phone though Java-based applications Snaptu designed.