Panasonic has long been a leader in business and home telephone systems; and now, among all the mobile announcements we see a new announcement from Panasonic on the business front. The New KX-UT248-B is Panasonic’s new Executive Desk phone added to its current line up of IP based phones. Designed to compliment existing infrastructures, the new phone is easy to use and easy to configure with SIP telephone technology, offering user-friendly features such as an easy-to-read screen, soft keys, an XML interface for internet applications, and much more. The new device is available for $349 and available from Panasonic resellers worldwide.
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Hot off the press in Barcelona comes a new addition to the Samsung Mobile family–and it’s like nothing they’ve done before. While other companies are adding better screens, faster processors and more powerful GPUs, Samsung knows consumers want a bit more–like the ability to share photos, videos and other digital media. But we’re not talking wirelessly – we mean with a built-in projector! Yep, flat surfaces now become your canvas for projecting the ultra-bright 15 lumens worth of memories anywhere there’s wall space (or ceiling space, depending on your mood). The Samsung Beam is capable of projecting a 50″ high-def image, while still handling all of its duties as an Android 2.3 smartphone. Intrigued? We certainly are…and you can check the full release after the jump.
Sure, we’re still waiting for the UPS truck to pull up with our iPhone 4S–but many of our lucky readers already have their new devices in hand. Here’s a shot of the local Apple Store near our Woodland Hills office, and as you can see this launch is a bit more orderly than most. While some may be quick to attribute the smaller crowds to a lukewarm reception for the new iPhone, the more likely reasons are the 8am launch time (Apple usually launches new iDevices at 5pm) and large number of pre-orders. We’ll be following up with more news as soon as we have our phone in hand.
Sony Ericsson has unveiled yet another Walkman phone, known as the Live with Walkman. This 1GHz powered Android phone features a 3.2″ touchscreen, 5MP camera with 8x zoom and a front-facing VGA camera capable of capturing 720p HD video. The phone is tri-band, featuring 3G HSPA+ support, plus the almightly emphasis on music and social networking–including Facebook integration. Enhanced audio quality and integrated Qriocity service are among the enhancements you’ll be sure to enjoy. Check the full release after the jump.
After being officially announced back in February, people in the UK can now get their hands on the device dubbed as the “Facebook Phone.” The Android 2.2 phone comes equipped with a 3.5-inch display, 800MHz processor, FM Radio, 5-megapixel camera, GPS, Bluetooth and Wifi. As expected, Facebook will be completely integrated with the device including a newsfeed directly on your home screen,;Facebook Places, Chat, Friends, Messages, Walls and Notifications are also available with a single-click. Facebook events will even be synced with Google Calendar. This is the first of what are expected to be a variety of “Facebook Phones” out this year; next in line are the HTC ChaCha and HTC Salsa. The INQ Cloud Touch is available now in the UK for approximately $489 USD.
Available today on Metro-PCS is the Messager III, with a sideways QWERTY slider, 1.3MP camera, and built in music player with support for stereo Bluetooth headphones.
This looks like a great little handset for heavy texters, who just want to make calls and listen to a little music.
Full press release and more pics after the jump.
The Vibrant on T-Mobile (which our editor in chief Mitchell uses as a back up phone) and Captivate on AT&T were released within days of each other, so I opted for the Captivate.
I’m glad I did.
So here it is.
I’ve lived with this phone longer than any other review phone I’ve ever had.
There are a lot of things to like about this phone, a few things to dislike about this phone, but all in all, we could be looking at Verizon’s best keyboard-less smartphone.
Let’s see what Galaxy S has to offer on Big Red…
Today was the first day of Nokia World 2010, and even the Keynote speeches showed a company refocusing it’s efforts on producing unique and exciting devices.
Here in the United States, it’s easy to forget about Nokia, as they only make up about 3% of the smart phone market here, but worldwide they’re still the leading manufacturer of handsets. Niklas Savander, Nokia’s Executive Vice President, was quick to deliver this fact, as over 260,000 new Nokia devices are activated everyday. He also over-emphasized the word “new” in that total, giving a nod to the recent Apple vs Google tussle over new phone activations.
Savander also had a few more choice words for Apple, stating that a single device design ethic was an exercise in compromise, and making the now obligatory reference to their phones being able to be used no matter how you held them.
Four new smartphones were on display, demonstrating a slimmer and faster Symbian OS, and featuring a focus on social web services. Check them out after the jump…
There’s a new Settings Widget which gives you a button to compose a new message, set your status as “Do Not Disturb”, toggle your GVoice use (Use for all calls, only international calls, etc), and the ability to go directly to the Voice app.
The Inbox widget gives you just that, your inbox on your home screen in a small window to scan through your messages.
As a recent convert to Google Voice myself, these widgets are already proving to be helpful, and are a FAR nicer solution than the shortcut I had previously!