Audiovox Announces Its First EV-DO Phone
Oct 25, 2004, 9:13 AM by (staff)
Audiovox Communications today announced the CDM-8940, the company's first feature phone with CDMA EV-DO high-speed data technology. EV-DO provides broadband data rates - peaking at 2.4 mbps - for laptops connected via USB. Other features of the clamshell phone include dual 260,000-color TFT displays, a 1.3 megapixel camera with macro and video capture, and a miniSD memory card slot. The tri-mode phone can support either Java or BREW (carrier-dependent). Both Verizon Wireless and Sprint are currently deploying EV-DO networks.
Lumia 950 is Microsoft's Flagship Windows 10 Phone
Microsoft today announced the Lumia 950 and Lumia 950 XL, its own flagship phones for its new OS, Windows 10. The phones support Windows Continuum for an optional full Windows Desktop experience when connected to a desktop monitor.
Asus Announces ZenFone 3 Zoom with Dual Cameras, Huge Battery
Asus today announced the ZenFone 3 Zoom, a new "optical zoom" phone that uses two cameras, much like the iPhone 7 Plus. Both the standard and 2.3x zoom cameras are 12-megapixel.
T-Mobile Last Major US Carrier to Offer Kyocera DuraForce Pro
T-Mobile today added the Kyocera DuraForce Pro to its roster of Android handsets. The phone has been available to AT&T and Sprint customers since last year, and to Verizon customers since January.
Asus ZenFone 3 Zoom Goes On Sale for $329
Asus today made the ZenFone 3 Zoom available from its web site for $329. The phone was first announced in January.
Dual- or tri-mode?
Audiovox typically does both versions, and Verizon typically offers the digital-only one. You might see USCC, or even S...