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Samsung 3D HDTVs Now Available To Order On Amazon; 40, 46, and 55-Inch Models

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You can now order your very own Samsung 3D HDTV for just under $2,000 if you want. Of course that'll be the smallest 40-inch model ($1,999.99), the larger 46 and 55-inch models are going for $2,599.99 and $3,299.99, respectively. All of these models feature an edge-lit LED display, a 1.1-inch thin body, access to Samsung Apps & Internet@TV. Of course, there's Skype on-board along with AllShare DLNA media streaming and it'll automatically convert your 2D content into 3D. Anyways, check out Amazon here for all three models.


Android-Based Motorola Crush Headed To Verizon Soon

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We've already spotted the Motorola Crush with the Verizon logo on it and we're now hearing that the launch will be "soon." We don't exactly when but hopefully Verizon or Motorola can confirm it for us in the next week at MWC. This handset is already available on US Cellular, so you already know that it's packing a 2.8-inch touchscreen display, Bluetooth support, a 2MP camera, a microSD card slot, a 3.5mm headphone jack, and the Android OS.

Motorola XT800 Android-Based Handset Spotted In Shenzhen

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Remember that Motorola XT800? Well, it looks like it has just been spotted in Shenzhen. It's a dual-SIM handset, one with CDMA connectivity and the other with GSM connectivity. This Android-based handset will set you back $830 unlocked, which is quite expensive. Check out the video below of this handset in action.

GScreen Notebook To Feature Dual 17.3-Inch Displays, Possibly Coming In May For Under $3,000

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Remember the GScreen dual-screen notebook? Well, the dual-displays looks like it's going to be upgraded to 17.3-inches each. Other specs look like they're going to stay pretty much the same, so that's: an Intel Core i7-620M 2.66GHz CPU, 4GB of RAM, Nvidia GeForce GTS 150M graphics, and Windows 7 Professional. This notebook will reportedly now be available in May for around $2,895 USD. We'll see if they can pull through with that promise.

Samsung Working On a Chrome OS Netbook With Rumoured 1.5GHz Snapdragon

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Samsung has just officially announced that they're going to be working on a Chrome OS netbook. We're hearing that this netbook will be similar to their N120 netbook except it'll feature a Qualcomm Snapdragon 1.5GHz CPU. Other specs likely include a 10.1-inch display, WiFi / 3G support, a 64GB SSD, 2GB of RAM, and a 12-hour battery life. Hopefully the display is a touchscreen one.

First Bada Phone To Be the Samsung Wave

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It looks like Samsung has just leaked out their own Bada handset thanks to this billboard. Of course, the big unveiling will come at MWC in a couple of days, but it's definitely looking like it could be sporting that 3.3-inch Super AMOLED touchscreen display. Let's hope that the Samsung Wave will be a good start for Bada.

More Nokia N87 Rumours; 3.7-Inch AMOLED and 12MP Camera?

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Back in December we heard about rumours of a Nokia N87 making a launch this year, those specs included a 12MP camera and a 3.2-inch touchscreen display. Today we're hearing new rumours that state that the N87 will feature a 3.7-inch AMOLED touchscreen display, a 12MP camera with a Carl Zeiss lens and a xenon flash (with 720p HD video recording capabilities), WiFi / GPS support, an FM radio, an ARM Cortex A8 600MHz CPU, a separate GPU, 256MB of RAM, and 16GB / 32GB of internal storage.

Unwired View is thinking that the N87 and the N8 (from yesterday) could actually be the same handset so they actually only have one 12MP cameraphone in the works. If these specs are true though they're pretty amazing - hopefully they can get some good games on there too so they can work that GPU. I wonder if its real.

Brother Reveals SV-70 Document Viewer, Just $1,100

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It looks like Brother is back at it again with their new SV-70 "Document Viewer", we'll call it an e-book reader for that purpose. This reader will feature a 9.7-inch monochrome display with a 1,200 x 825 resolution, 100MB of internal memory, a microSD card slot, and a battery that should last 83 hours - that's all similar to their SV-100B reader from last year. However, this e-book reader won't have Bluetooth of the 2GB microSD card that the SV-100B had so that's a shame. If you want to blow your money on this, it's available for an unbelievable $1,100. This should only hit Japan so don't count on it being launched in the US - not like we want it here anyway.

HTC Legend Spotted On Dutch Carrier KPN's Website, Gearing Up For March Launch

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It looks like the HTC Legend has just been spotted on a Dutch telecom, KPN, website. This handset is expected to launch in March - next month - and will be the direct successor to the HTC Hero. Of course, we know the full spec sheet of this handset already: a 3.2-inch AMOLED capacitive touchscreen display with a 320 x 480 resolution, a Qualcomm MSM7727 600MHz CPU, a 5MP camera with an LED flash, WiFi / Bluetooth / GPS support, an aluminum body, the traditional chin, an optical trackpad, and HTC's Sense UI over top of Android 2.1. We should see it at MWC in a couple of days.

Garmin-Asus Nuvifone A50 Hitting T-Mobile USA On May 5th?

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Garmin-Asus just revealed the A50 Android handset and it looks like it might not face extreme delays like their Nuvifone G60. According to the latest rumour, the A50 will be launching on T-Mobile USA as early as May 5th. This is great news because the more Android the better, but let's see if it can compete with the HTC HD2 which will be tough. In case you forgot, this handset should be launching in Europe in the first half of this year as well.

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HP Compaq Airlife 100 Smartbook Gets Official; 10.1-Inch Touchscreen Display, Snapdragon, and Android

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Remember that HP Compaq Airlife 100 smartbook that we saw hit the FCC a couple of weeks ago? Well, HP has finally gone out and announced this smartbook so it's all official now. The HP Compaq Airlife 100 will be headed to Europe in the Springtime - although we don't know if it'll hit anywhere outside of there right now. The Airlife 100 smartbook is packing a 10.1-inch touchscreen display, a Qualcomm Snapdragon 1GHz CPU, a 16GB SSD, WiFi, a battery that will supposedly last 12 hours, a webcam, an SD card slot, a couple of USB 2.0 ports, integrated 3G support, and the Android OS.

Since it's using Android as an OS there's no Flash support on this smartbook yet, but it should be here by the end of the year. That's definitely a big decision to make when picking one of these up. It should launch subsidized on Telefonica, but the price hasn't been mentioned yet.

LG Banter (265T) Headed To Canada's Telus In the Future

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Telus looks like they're going to be releasing another LG handset, this time it's the Banter (265T). This handset has a spec sheet similar to the LG Rumor 2. It's packing CDMA connectivity, a 2.2-inch display with a 240 x 320 resolution, a slide-out QWERTY keyboard, a 1.3MP camera with a flash and video capabilities, and a microSD card slot. Check it out on LG Canada here.

Intel Showing Up At Nokia's MWC Event, Successor to the Booklet 3G Already?

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It looks like Intel is going to make an appearance at Nokia's MWC event. What does this mean? Could we see the successor of the Booklet 3G netbook already? There aren't any hints of what they could be unveiling so we'll just have to wait until next week - on February 15th.