Handspring Delays Treo
Jan 24, 2002, 12:39 PM by (staff)
Handspring has delayed the US introduction of its all-in-one communicator device, the Treo, citing the shortage of an important component. The Treo, which combines features of a Web-enabled cellphone, an organizer and a messaging gadget, will go on sale on Handspring's web site in February and in stores in March, the company said. The company had planned to begin shipping to the United States this month. Small-scale production of the Treo began in December, but those units were shipped to Europe and Asia.
HTC U Ultra to Ship March 10
HTC has indicated via its web site that the U Ultra, the company's flagship handset for 2017, will begin shipping on March 10. The $750 smartphone comes in black, white, or blue, and features a 5.7-inch screen, Snapdragon 821 processor, 16-megapixel camera, and personalized sound profiles.
HTC to Sell One M9 March 27 for $649, Carriers April 10
HTC will make the One M9 available for purchase on its web site beginning Friday, March 27 for $649. Carrier and major retailer sales of the device will kick off on or about April 10.
Turing Phone Available for Preorder Starting July 31
Turing Robotic Industries today said it will begin accepting preorders for the Turing Phone on July 31, which is about three weeks later than originally planned. The company will make 10,000 units available initially.
Verizon Bundling Free TV with LG G6
Verizon Wireless' launch plans for the LG G6 include a free LG television set. To start, Verizon is asking $28 per month for 24 months, or about $672 in total for the LG G6.
Samsung Says 500,000 Note7 Replacements Available
Samsung Electronics America today said that 500,000 replacement Galaxy Note7 smartphones have been shipped to carrier and retail stores in the United States. The replacement devices will be made available starting September 21 to people who previously bought the Galaxy Note7 and need to exchange it for one with a known-safe battery.