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Handsets

A few days ago we weren’t event sure if the next model of the iPhone existed just yet. Now we have a brief lowdown and a handful of pictures of it, provided by the good folk at Gizmodo.com, who got hold of the new model after an Apple employee accidentally left it in a bar. [...]

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Nokia’s top of the range, flagship touch-screen model the X6 has been made available in the UK over the past few days, with, unsurprisingly, all of the major network providers taking on the handset, and impressive sales expected. The top of the range phone matches the strongest model in the iPhone range in terms of [...]

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Google’s Nexus One handset has been heavily touted as the latest ‘iPhone killer’ a handset to rise to the dominance of Apple’s popular plaything and spark the battle of the handsets. In Europe, though, the handset appears to be under major threat before it’s even launched. Google might not be too happy with the turn [...]

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With new handsets coming out on an almost daily basis onto the modern day mobile market, we here at Xingtone try to limit out handset coverage to the phones we believe might make a real impact, or at least mark a significant development for the company that’s launching them. The Sony Ericsson Aspen is one [...]

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Blackberry is yet to announce their latest handset, but being the type to have our ear to the ground, Xingtone have caught wind of their latest handset. Thought to be titled the Blackberry Magnum, the handset combines the two most commonly desired features of the Blackberry’s other two most notable handsets (the Bold 9700 and [...]

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With the mobile industry changing on an almost daily basis, Xingtone has spent the past few days trying to track down and identify what we believe is the best value for money mobile phone currently on the market in the UK. ‘Value for money’, of course, is not a style contest. Our main categories for [...]

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The world’s smallest slider phone – which comes in at about the size of two fingers – has been launched by S.T Dupont, in a move that goes against the current trend of larger, ample-screened models making their way onto a market inundated with smart phones. The tiny, golden model is producing by an independent [...]

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The world’s biggest mobile handset producer, Nokia, has joined in the collective response to Google’s free satellite navigation software – available through the use of their Google map software – by also providing its own free software on almost all smartphones to both current and future users from now on through it’s Ovi app store [...]

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Korean mobile manufacturer LG has confirmed ambitious plans to climb to the peak of the mobile handset market, with a target of becoming one of the top two manufacturers in the world by the year 2012. Having already projected a heavily increased sales volume for 2010 – an estimated 140 million handsets worldwide – the [...]

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The iPhone seems to be up to its ears in legal battles these days. Already under assault from all sides by Nokia in an ongoing, bitter legal battle, today the iPhone and the second most popular cell phone in the world – the Blackberry – find themselves being prosecuted by photo specialists Kodak.
Kodak allege that [...]

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