The Huawei Ascend G600 Set To Scale Select Markets Next Month

So many new phones and so little time! IFA is underway and electronics manufacturers from across the globe have descended on Berlin to show off the latest advancements in their wares. The latest in everything from PC’s to TV’s and of course our favorite, smart phones are on display for the world to see. Some ...

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The Motorola Defy Pro Makes its Way to Rogers

Motorola’s Defy series devices made its debut back in 2010 with the launch of the ultra rugged, water resistant self entitled Defy. Since then we have seen the likes of the Defy +, Defy Mini, Defy Pro and the latest, the Defy XT. The Defy series devices are based on a rugged build that can ...

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ZTE Flash Leaks Suggest a Launch on the Now Network

    If a company makes an amazing smart phone with all the high end specs you can dream of, but no one hears them roar, would you still be interested? ZTE has been making awesome consumer electronics for a long time now and more recently they have been taking there interest in the American smart phone ...

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The Huawei Ascend D1 Launches in China and is set to Spread Its Love To Additional Markets in the near Future

  Huawei is back at it again pumping out an amazing high powered device, just not stateside. Ask any average American what they think about Huawei and you might get a rather perplexed glare and similar answer. But narrow that sample size down to say,  Cicket and Metro PCS customers only and you may get answers ...

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The LG Lucid Becomes a Beacon of Affordable Clarity for Users looking for 4G LTE

Late last month LG took to the streets of MWC and announced its latest and greatest device with the LG Optimus VU. This super sized, ultra powerful smart phone was set to compete with the likes of the Galaxy Note. Unfortunately, LG really didn’t show off anything else. Today, a few weeks after the world ...

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Apple’s iPhone 4 Extremely Fragile but Somehow the Most Reliable

  Apple’s new iPhone 4 is the most reliable smartphone on the market. It is also the one most likely to suffer accidental damage. That is what the numbers from SquareTrade say anyway. How does that work out? Let me explain. SquareTrade—a third party warrant company that covers smartphones—used a sample size of 50,000 smartphones over a ...

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Welcome to Glassgate—Apple Pulls Slide-On Cases for the iPhone 4

Apple has instructed its retail stores to stop selling slide-on cases for the iPhone 4 because of what is now being called ‘Glassgate’—the chance of dirt getting trapped between the case and the phone itself. These trapped particles can scratch the glass on the smartphone and in case you didn’t know, the glass back of ...

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HP to Sell Unlocked Palm Pre 2 Directly, Gorilla Glass Confirmed

The new Palm Pre 2 has gotten an official overview by HP itself. The two best things about what HP’s Product Manager for the Palm Pre—Tim Pettitt—said? Gorilla Glass is indeed in the Pre 2’s screen and the smartphone will be sold, unlocked for GSM network users directly by HP. Video after the break.

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Dell Venue Pro Running WP7 Selling November 8th in UK, Android Version Coming

The Dell Venue Pro goes on sale on November 8th in the United Kingdom. While the new Windows Phone 7 (WP7) from Dell does not have a launch date yet from T-Mobile—its initial carrier in the US—expected late November. How much is it going for? Anywhere from £499.99 to £440.63 depending on the retailer. Please ...

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iPhone 4 Glass Breaks 82% More Often than 3GS? Not So Fast

You might have read or a friend might have told you that glass on Apple’s new iPhone 4 is 82 percent more likely than the older 3GS model’s to break. Given all of the iPhone 4 hate that ‘Antennagate’ generated during the new smartphone’s launch, those who are less than fond of the iPhone have ...

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A Closer Look at the WP7 Dell Venue Pro from T-Mobile

T-Mobile certainly annoyed AT&T when it held its own Windows Phone 7 launch party by itself on Monday. While AT&T is getting three Windows Phone 7 (WP7) models, T-Mobile surprised everyone by coming out with not one, but two of its own WP7 phones despite AT&T being the preferred carrier or some other such nonsense.  ...

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