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HTC Incredible Reveals Itself In a Short Video

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It looks like an upcoming Android handset that's headed to Verizon has just been spotted on video. This appears to be the HTC Incredible since some people have noted that the video below shows a handset with an optical mouse of some sort. It could be the HTC Supersonic, but I think it's a bit too early for those videos to be popping out.


Sharp PB20ZU Passes the FCC, Could Be Microsoft Pink's "Pure" Handset

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Could this be the Microsoft Pure that we've been hearing a bit about lately? We've seen what the Turtle could be if it passed the FCC (the Sharp PB10ZU). A new device from Sharp has just been spotted at the FCC and it's got the PB20ZU model branding on it so it's pretty close to the Turtle. This handset is expected to have a slide-out QWERTY keyboard as well as a touchscreen display. It's got Bluetooth / WiFi support along with CDMA connectivity so it'll hit Verizon / Sprint if necessary. Check out the FCC filing here.


Asus Eee PC 1015P, 1016P, and 1018P Netbooks Leak Out Before Official Announcement

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A couple of upcoming netbooks that will be a part of Asus' Eee PC line-up have just leaked a couple of days early. They include the 1015P, the 1016P, and the 1018P. They'll all feature 10-inch displays with Intel Atom CPUs. Apparently, the 1015P (above) is set to be a refresh of the current 1005P and it'll feature a matte display, a chiclet keyboard, an aluminum body, and a battery life that will last up to 14 hours. The 1016P is said to be quite similar to the 1015P but it'll be slightly more business-focused.

The last one is the 1018P (below, picture via Slash Gear) which is said to be their thinnest netbook to date at just 18mm thick. Along with that it'll also have a fingerprint scanner, a USB 3.0 port, and a battery life that will last 10 hours. We'll see more of these at CeBIT 2010 which is in a couple of days.

Update: According to Netbooked, the Eee PC 1016P and the 1018P will be rocking Intel Atom N455 / N475 CPU options. This means that there'll be support for DDR3 RAM. Both of them also step it up by offering [optional] WiMAX, USB 3.0, and Bluetooth 3.0 support.

[Slash Gear]

T-Mobile USA Rumoured To Launch the Nokia Mystic as the E73 This June

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This one's a rumour that should be taken with a grain of salt. Apparently, the Nokia Mystic could launch on T-Mobile USA sometime in June as the E73. This is weird considering that the Mystic is said to be the C6. Maybe T-Mobile USA is planning to launch the E73, but let's hope it's not what you see above because it doesn't look better than the E72 in any way.

[Unwired View]

Best Buy Mobile Drops the Verizon Droid Eris Price To Free On Contract

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Here's some good news for ya. Best Buy Mobile is now offering to Verizon Droid Eris for free on a 2-year contract. You can check out the deal here if you'd like. Of course, you'll have to pay quite a bit for the data plan so keep that in mind.


MetroPCS Releases the Samsung Caliber For $250

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MetroPCS looks like they have just released the Samsung Caliber. This handset is actually available on US Cellular already, but MetroPCS has just launched it for $249.99 - check it out here. This handset sports a 3.2-inch touchscreen display, a 3MP camera, a microSD card slot, and just EV-DO Rev. 0 connectivity.

[Engadget Mobile]

Canada's Rogers Now Has the Samsung Flight For Just $49 On Contract

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The Samsung Flight has only been available for two weeks on Canada's Rogers and it looks like it's already got a price drop. It launched for $69.99 on a 2-year contract and now it's $49.99 on a 2-year contract. Check it out now. I wonder when it'll be available for free - not that I'll get one though.

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Verizon To Retire the BlackBerry Storm 9530, Curve 8330, Curve 8830, and Pearl Flip 8230 Soon

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As you can see it looks like Verizon is running dry on their stock of the BlackBerry Storm 9530, Curve 8330, Curve 8830, and the Pearl Flip 8230. I don't think this is bad news since the BlackBerry Storm 2, Curve 8530, and Tour 9630 are out already. Of course, maybe this could mean that Verizon could launch the next Pearl (9100) soon - y'know the one with the trackball. Maybe they're even going to launch the Tour2 soon.

Rogers Launches the HTC Magic+, Sense UI and No More 911 Problems

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It looks like Rogers has just relaunched the HTC Magic and have just called it the HTC Magic+. Of course, this handset isn't all that different from the old Magic. However, this handset has fixed the 911 issue and it's even got the Sense UI on-board, which is some good stuff - although it's still running Android 1.5. The specs stay the same so don't think you're getting extra power in this sucker. Check it out on their website here.

46 and 55-Inch Samsung C7000 3D HDTVs Now Available In the US

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Amazon and Sears now look like they have two Samsung 3D HDTVs up for sale, they're a part of the C7000 Series. The Sears one is here and it's the 46-inch UN46C7000 model, they're selling it for $2,600. Amazon (here) has the 55-inch UN55C7000 model available for $3,299.99. If you go and scoop one up there's no shipping fee, but the 3D glasses cost $150 for a pair.

LG's First Windows Phone 7 Series Handset Expected In September

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It was just rumoured before but now LG has just officially mentioned that their first Windows Phone 7 Series phone could come in as early as September which lines up with earlier rumours - September to November is the current time frame for this phone. The rumoured specs for their first Windows Phone 7 Series are beastly - that's the LG Apollo. I don't see LG launching a phone with a name like that so it's likely just an internal codename right now, if it's true.