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HTC Incredible Accessory Prices Get Leaked Out

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Although the Verizon price for the HTC Incredible hasn't been leaked out, the accessory prices have been. This includes the battery cover, the extended (2,150mAh) battery, the rubber case, and the display protectors (3-pack). They'll be retailing for $14.99, $59.99, $29.99, and $12.99, respectively. The battery looks like it's only available in red right now, so let's hope that there'll be a black one in the future.


Meizu Planning To Clone the iPad, mBook Expected In 2011

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Meizu is known for their M8 smartphone which is a clone of the iPhone. They have just mentioned that they plan to clone the iPad as well. Outlining their tablet details, it should have an 8.4-inch capacitive multitouch display with a 1,024 x 768 resolution, a 12 hour battery life, 1080p video playback, and possibly a Snapdragon CPU clocked at 1.5GHz. This will be named the mBook. This tablet is expected to hit the market sometime in 2011.

They're also working on the successor to their M8 phone, the M9 mini, which will have a smaller 3.4-inch display.


Microsoft Leaks Out Their Project Pink Turtle

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Microsoft has just leaked out what they're announcing. In the photo above, it's clearly the Project Pink Turtle. This handset should get announced on Monday at 10 AM PST (1 PM EST). The specs shouldn't be high-end, but it's for "sharing." Check out the picture here.


BlackBerry 9800 Gets Spotted In UAProf, Storm / Bold Slider? -- 9105 As Well

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Thanks to another UAProf, another BlackBerry has been hinted at, with a model number 9800. We don't know what this could be. Could it be the BlackBerry Bold / Storm slider or could it be something we haven't heard of yet (like a Storm 3)? We don't know but the handset is said to feature WiFi 802.11n, 3G connectivity, a 360 x 480 resolution display, and the new BB OS 6.0. Unfortunately, this new OS still doesn't feature their upcoming WebKit browser, but it'll get implemented in the feature.

Update: According to Cell Passion, RIM has also leaked out the BlackBerry 9105, which is said to be the Pearl 9100 with a traditional T9 keypad.

[CrackBerry, Phone Arena]

Dell Mini 5 Is "Amazing", Hitting USA (AT&T) For $300 On Contract?

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The Dell Mini 5 looks like it has just been fondled by Viacom's MTV exec, Greg Clayman, and he mentioned that it's amazing. That's not all though. Cranky Geeks has mentioned that it could hit the US (probably AT&T) for $300 on contract, which isn't bad. Either way, this Android MID looks like it is a bit too big for most people's pocket, but it has potential if it could lock up deals with Amazon.


Boxy Motorola Phone Running Android 2.1 and MOTOBLUR Gets Pictured

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What you see above is making the rounds as an upcoming Motorola phone. It's clearly sporting MOTOBLUR and it's lying over top of Android 2.1. Apparently, some kid borrowed this from a friend who's dad works for Motorola because he wanted to use it as a calculator. There's no clue how legit the story is, but we'll have to wait around for more news on this boxy handset.

[Engadget, Boy Genius]

Apple MacBook Refresh Really Coming On Tuesday?

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Everything seems to be hinting at a Macbook refresh this Tuesday, April 13th. Thanks to this MicroCenter slip-up, we're seeing that new MacBook Pro's will be priced anywhere between $1,799.99 and $2,299.99. These suggest that they'll hit the market with Core i5 / i7 CPU options and possibly even Nvidia's Optimus technology. Obviously, they're much more expensive than other notebooks sporting the exact same specifications.

That's not all though, apparently, the Intel Core 2 Duo 2.26GHz MacBook will drop to $799, which is perfect for those who like year old MacBooks and people who just want to hop on the Apple wagon.

[Boy Genius, Engadget]

Cisco Flip Slide HD Gets Pictured In the Wild, No Clue How It Works

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Every single day we hear more and more about Cisco's Flip Slide HD. The picture above is what it looks like out of the box, but I have absolutely no clue exactly how you use this thing. Engadget and a lot of the people commenting have no clue as well. Let's just wait for the official word from Cisco and hopefully we'll understand exactly how this gizmo works.


AT&T-Compatible Samsung Galaxy S Android Phone Hits the FCC

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The uber Samsung Galaxy S has just taken a dip at the FCC offices. It's sporting AT&T 3G (850 / 1900MHz) bands (Rogers, Telus, and Bell in Canada) and maybe it'll get launched soon. This is one of the best phones we've seen to date and it's running Android 2.1 with Samsung's own Touchwiz UI. Check out the FCC filing here. I just hope it's not too expensive unlocked...

[Boy Genius]