iRiver Shows Off Multimedia GSM Phone
Jan 9, 2008, 6:29 PM by Eric Lin
iRiver showed off a prototype of the company's first handset at CES. The phone uses only a touch screen for navigation, and borrows additional navigation and interface elements from the Phone as well. The iRiver model features a 480 x 272 screen, 4 GB of memory, GPS. It is compatible with the Rhapsody music service and also has an Adobe Flash player for video. The phone is still under development, so additional specs are not yet decided, nor is a price or release date.
Review of the LG G Stylo for Boost Mobile
LG's G Stylo for Boost Mobile is an inexpensive Android handset with an over-sized screen and stylus. It borrows its good looks from the LG G4, but drops the specs a bit to keep the price attractive.
Panasonic Gives Your Phone an Upgrade on Your Next Flight
Panasonic's latest seatback systems for planes are more phone-oriented than ever, providing a dedicated spot for your phone, Qi wireless charging, USB 3.0 SuperSpeed for charging and media, and even an HDMI input. The multiple USB ports can not only charge your phone but also let you access your videos, photos, and music on the seat's 13-inch full-HD touch screen, which is actually based on an Android tablet.
Galaxy Note7 Borrows from S7 as Samsung Reworks Pen Features
Samsung today announced the Galaxy Note7, its premier smartphone for the year. The device is narrower than last year's model in order to make it easier to hold, and uses a sturdier aluminum frame with symmetric slabs of Gorilla Glass 5 on either side.
TCL Reveals the BlackBerry KEYone Smartphone
TCL today announced the KEYone, a BlackBerry smartphone that combines a large screen, full QWERTY keyboard, and hardened Android software in an aluminum body. TCL first teased the phone at CES last month, but has now shared all the KEYone's details.
I can't wait for this phone, however. I think it'll be sweet. They just need to roll them out fast to be successful.
but yeah, for vid's too.