Topic / MWC 2012

MWC: HTC still to make Windows Phones, new line will feature Apollo

By on

HTC may be pushing more and more Android phones, but it will still have its fingers on the other mobile OS, Windows Phone. The company has recently confirmed to two different media sources that it will continue making phones with the Microsoft-backed OS, despite HTC’s overall financial woes with tough competition with Samsung and Apple. The mobile maker’s CEO, John Wang, told TechCrunch that the company will not give up […]

Nokia Lumia 900 to go global – may even reach Australia, just not on LTE

By on

Long speculated, the Nokia Lumia 900 – the LTE cousin of the Nokia 800 – is to go global in April. The first country to launch the device will be in Canada, and could even launch in Australia sometime later – but maybe not on LTE. Nokia has announced that it will bring the Nokia 900 globally, but will also create another version of the Nokia 900 for those where […]

Nokia brings out new Lumia 610 – “most affordable Lumia smartphone” to date

By on

In line with Windows Phone’s spec reduction – meaning that more phones can be made for developing markets – Nokia has announced its “”most affordable Lumia smartphone”. Dubbed the Nokia Lumia 610, the phone features the same 3.7-inch display, but with a focus on being a social phone for teenagers. As a teen, however, I doubt that. The phone will also have 8GB of onboard storage, 256MB RAM, a 5-megapixel […]

Nokia announces Nokia 808 PureView – 41MP lens on a Symbian smartphone

By on

Nokia has certainly upped the smartphone camera race with the announcement of its new Nokia 808 PureView smartphone. It is unique mainly of two things – it features a 41-megapixel sensor (yes, you read that right, there is no dot between the 4 and 1); and will be Nokia’s first Symbian phone for the year. Yes, you read that right as well. This phone will be running Symbian Belle. Though, […]

Sony adds Xperia P and Xperia U to NXT lineup – still no ICS until Q2 2012

By on

Sony Mobile has announced two new phones that will join the Xperia S announced back in CES last January. Called the Xperia P and the Xperia U, the two phones – which look like the Xperia S, but with different size screens – will be available in the second quarter of this year. Both the Xperia P and Xperia U boast the Mobile BRAVIA engine. The Xperia P, however, has […]

HTC reveals One series phones – heading to Telstra, Vodafone and Optus from April

By on

HTC has announced its brand new line of Android phones, touting excellent sound quality thanks to its Beats Audio investment and brilliant photography. Called the HTC One series, the phones are expected to roll out in April, and HTC has announced that all three major carriers will have the series on their networks. Which one, however, is still up in the air. Above is the HTC One X, and it […]

Thanks for coming onboard!
We're excited to have you.

This form is currently undergoing maintenance. Please try again later.