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The phone with the futuristic QWERTY keyboard was formerly known as the BlackBerry Knight. The handset will be available from Porsche Design stores later this year and there is speculation that the price tag will be a very Porsche-like $2,000. The device offers solid construction, for one thing with a forged stainless steel frame, leather back, and a sculpted QWERTY keyboard. The model is equipped with a exclusive Porsche Design UI and a Wikitude World Browser augmented reality app. Each unit of the P’9981 gets a premium PIN that allows the user of the device to find another P’9981 user in a crowd. Other specs include a single-core 1.2GHz processor, HD video capture and 8GB of native storage that can be pumped up to 40GB using a microSD card. The phone is NFC enabled and has BlackBerry 7 OS on board. That means the phone has the second-generation WebKit browser and includes the fast and smooth liquid graphics.
BARCELONA, Spain–Stephen Sneeden, product marketing manager for Sony Mobile, told in an interview here at Mobile World Congress that he predicts the company will likely only release quad-core Sony smartphones in early 2013. He does, however, state that this is just his assumption–the company will make the official announcements when it’s ready. “We’re going to join quad-core when we feel that the performance matches the battery efficiency,” he said. “Because right now we don’t feel that is there. What we are going to be doing in the second half of the year is moving to the Cortex A15 architecture, which we feel outperforms the current quad-core architecture. “You’ll see in 2013, as we’re evaluating the quad-core performance where it makes sense, where you’re not suffering in quality and the performance truly is there, and there really is something that demanding applications need,” he contiuned.” That’s when we make the right move to quad-core.”
Hisense dares to challenge innovative and strong character design, with its own personality. Hisense announces that it will expand its range of cell phones for women, from low range to High End. We always aim to keep it simple, elegant, and at the height of fashion, offering a strong user experience, the key to current High-tech product success.
HTC has yet to release a 5 inch device. This beautiful and very thin slate has a unique feature, that allows it to measure the temperature of its surroundings. There’s Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich with Sense 4.0 on board, as well as WiFi b/g/n and 60 GHz connectivity. HTC Lion EX is a quad core 2.5GHz handset with a Qualcomm S4 processor, HSPA+ connectivity and a 5 inch 720p HD Gorilla Glass display. NFC and two new functions, uTemperature and uSlide are also in the mix here.
The HTC Bleyback an extremely thin and flat concept. As you can see there’s Beats Audio branding on board, so the cool headphones will be included in the mix. I wonder what camera sensor can fit in such a tiny profile. HTC BleyBack was thinner than 7mm, although the designer had something like less than 8-9mm in mind. The designer envisions a HTC Bleyback priced at 489 euros.
The slim and stylish handset runs Android‘s Gingerbread OS. The handset exhibits clean and sharp lines with the design house’s signature Saffiano pattern, typically etched into its leather goods, adorning the back of the phone. A distinct PRADA influence is evident on the phone’s design. A minimal number of hardkeys help keep the design sleek. It measures a mere 8.5 mm thick. An LG feature, Floating Mass Technology, is said to optically enhance the thinness of the phone. The handset features a 4.3-inch screen with an 800 nit NOVA High Brightness Display screen.
This is a very thin 4.7 inch smartphone that runs Android Ice Cream Sandwich. The classic lock ring is available here on the screen of the device. This Android 4.0 HTC handset comes with a 2GHz dual core processor, a 4.7 inch 720p HD screen and Beats Audio technology. The Sense 3.5 interface is applied on top of Ice Cream Sandwich. That’s pretty cool.
The concept behind the Sticker Phone is simple – instead of letting all the sunlight go to waste, use it instead to charge our phones. There seems to be an endless flow of sunlight coming in through windows – which seems to be perfectly balanced with the endless time we spend on our phones. Consisting of a solar panel on the back, the phone is literally stuck onto a window via suction, from which it absorbs light and heat, leaving you with a fully charged phone. With it’s powerful potential, this is an idea that’s gonna stick around for a while. In addition, its silicone composition allows it to be bent and twisted to be stuck on a variety of surfaces – anything from windshields to airplane windows.