I have often complained that my iPhone has a camera that is crap. The images are always dark, blurry, and just don’t look good. The iPhone 4 is a bit better than my 3GS was, but I still can’t get decent shots.
Ever got annoyed at the speed of your smartphone? Well, this is something that Pantech has finally addressed in Korea. Their new Vega X is supposed to run almost as fast as some PCs, thanks to the inclusion of speedy DDR2 memory.
Fossil has been toying with Bluetooth watches for a couple of years. Their latest concept will connect to your precious smartphone and give you tidbits that are supposed to stop you from digging into your pocket to grab your iPhone.
So Softbank just unveiled these new smartphones destined for the Japanese market that work in 3D and don’t require any 3D glasses. Do you still care? I probably don’t, but I’ll tell you about them anyway.
They’re called the Galapagos 003SH and 005SH (JP).
One of the things that goes along with the geek’s morbid obsession to see new gadgets ripped apart is to know how much it costs the maker to build those gadgets. Once we know how much the things cost,we can look at how much they sell them to us for and start the bitching.
Fujitsu seems to be a staunch believer in the saying that more is better. The company showed off a dual-touchscreen smartphone concept at CEATEC 2010. Seeing it in action, it’s not that far out, allowing for portrait and landscape view via a handy “swing action” feature.
I recently had the chance to get my hands on Samsung’s new Android smartphone, the Galaxy S. To be specific, I tested the GT-I9000 – which appears to be the reference model for the series – and put it through its paces.
As expected by pretty much the entire world, Steve Jobs today showed off the new iPhone 4 at WWDC 2010 at San Francisco’s Moscone Center.
With all of the leaked prototypes over the last couple of months, we weren’t expecting too many surprises today.
Sprint today revealed full details for their new HTC EVO 4G, the first Android phone to support 4G/WiMAX connectivity.
Hardware specs include a Qualcomm Snapdragon QSD8650 (1GHz) processor, and an 800×480 4.3″ capacitive touchscreen display. Battery life is rated at 6 hours of talk time.
This crazy looking contraption isn’t just a bunch of smartphones, it’s a musical instrument.
Made for a presentation at MobileCampBrussels, the Phone Guitar is made out of five smartphones (actually there’s an iPod Touch standing in for the iPhone) on three different mobile platforms using three different programing languages as well as two third-party apps, a custom cross-platform sequencer app, a stick, some battery powered speakers, and a whole lot of duct tape.
In a week that’s been filled with stories of Apple’s smartphone leaks, I guess Dell got a little jealous and let some photos slip out of their own new mobile handset.
The Dell Thunder looks pretty slick from these early pics the guys over at Engadget managed to get their hands on.
If you’re in the market for a smartphone, but want to run something besides Windows Mobile, Android or the iPhone OS, you might want to check out this little rarity from China that runs on a flavor of the Linux operating system.
With a ginormous 5-inch screen, the BPhone actually looks more like a UMPC than a smartphone.
Toni Nikkanen just earned himself a bit of Internet fame. With Apple and Nokia trying to bury each other in lawsuits, Nikkanen must have been aware of the irony when he posted a video on YouTube showing his nerdy (albeit useless) achievement: an N900 running Apple’s OS X 10.3,
Man, the Internet and blogs sure have changed the media landscape. Ten years ago no one would expect an exclusive scoop as big as this to be found in a blog. Of course engadget isn’t just another gadget blog, but still.