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HTC 7 Trophy Photo Leaks Out Ahead Of Next Month's Launch

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A picture of the HTC 7 Trophy has just leaked out and it's definitely not what I was expecting. PocketNow got the exclusive on this smartphone and they mention that "Trophy" could just be the codename for the HD7, but that's unconfirmed right now. The Windows Phone 7 launch will be taking place next month seeing how HTC has already confirmed this so it's only a couple of weeks away!

Update: This definitely isn't the HD7, which is great news! The HD7 has leaked (here).

[Fone Arena]

Nintendo 3DS Specs Leak? Two ARM11 CPUs Inside

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Some rumoured specs for the Nintendo 3DS have just been published by IGN. Apparently, Nintendo's next gaming console will sport two 266MHz ARM11 CPUs, a 133MHz CPU, 4MB of dedicated VRAM, 64MB of RAM, 1.5GB of internal flash storage, and the SD card slot for additional storage. These will be a decently powerful handheld coming from Nintendo. These are just rumoured specs right now so don't be too let down if the 3DS doesn't exactly pack all these goodies.

Now, where are those rumoured PSP2 specs?


Virgin Mobile USA Launching the Samsung Intercept In the Next Few Weeks

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Another carrier is going to be launching the Samsung Intercept. It's already available on Sprint - and has been since July - and Virgin Mobile in the US has just announced that they'll be releasing it as well. The official announcement should be coming in the next few weeks which means it could actually be announced at CTIA which takes place next month. Yes, this is an Android-based handset with a slide-out QWERTY keyboard so maybe you'll be interested in it.


RIM Could Be Announcing Their Tablet Next Week, Says the WSJ -- Holding DevCon Event Next Week

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WSJ has just mentioned that RIM's tablet could be announced soon. When? As soon as next week if you believe what they're saying. The tablet we're talking about here is running on an OS made by QNX along with WiFi support and tethering. Furthermore, future RIM smartphones may actually be running the QNX-made OS in the future - maybe starting with OS 7.0. The name of the tablet is unknown right now but it could be the BlackPad or maybe even SurfBook which would just be weird. Then again, the "iPad" name was always being made fun of, but the jokes quickly stopped.

Inside you'll find some CPU by Marvell and Quanta is said to be manufacturing the tablet itself. So, let's see if this big announcement could actually be happening next week.

Update: CrackBerry has just found out that RIM will be holding an event called DevCon from September 27th to 30th which is next week. At this event we could very well see the new OS, the tablet, and maybe even the Storm 3.


Sign Up For the Samsung Galaxy S On Cellular South Now

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Cellular South has announced that they'll be releasing the Samsung Galaxy S - of course, we already knew this. You can now sign up for this smartphone if you want to know exactly when it becomes available. There's really not much to tell you here, so just go on and sign up (here).


MetroPCS Releases Their First LTE (4G) Smartphone, the Samsung (R900) Craft

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MetroPCS has just announced their first LTE (4G) smartphone, the Samsung (R900) Craft. This smartphone features a 3.3-inch AMOLED display, a slide-out QWERTY keyboard, GPS / WiFi / Bluetooth 2.1 support, a microSD card slot, a 3.2MP camera, and Android 2.1. This handset is going for $299.99 on a 2-year contract if you're interested. Check out their website (here) for the press release.

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AT&T Releases Two Netbooks and a Thin-and-Light Notebook

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Today AT&T felt it would be the perfect day to release three laptops that you'll be able to use over their 3G network. The first one is above and it's the Dell Inspiron Mini 10 HD which is going for $39.99 on a 2-year contract. This netbook features a 10.1-inch display, 1GB of RAM, and a 250GB HDD.

The next netbook is the Acer Aspire One 532h which features a 10.1-inch display along with 1GB of RAM and an Intel Atom N450 CPU. This one's also going for $39.99 on a 2-year contract.

Last, but not least, there's the Aspire AS1830 notebook. This thin-and-light features an Intel Core i3 CPU, a 250GB HDD, an 11.6-inch display, and 2GB of RAM. This one is the highest-end of the two and it shows in the price. If you want to get this one it'll cost you $239.99 on a 2-year contract. Check them all out on AT&T.

[Slash Gear]

LG Vortex Is the CDMA Variant Of the Optimus One, Headed To Verizon

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LG looks like they'll be releasing another Android-based handset on Verizon sometime in the future. Dubbed the Vortex, this is said to be the CDMA variant of the LG Optimus One and it has a design change as well. The LG Vortex features a 3.2-inch HVGA touchscreen display, a 600MHz CPU, a 3.2MP AF camera, a 3.5mm headphone jack, GPS, WiFi / Bluetooth support, and Android 2.2. Apparently, this handset will be available before the end of November and judging from the specs it shouldn't cost more than $100 on contract.

Update: According to Engadget Mobile, the photo below was leaked late last night. This handset is headed to Verizon - like I said - and will be sporting Bing as the primary search engine and no FM radio.

[Unwired View]

Pantech IM-690S Android 2.2 Based Smartphone Hitting Korea Via Sky

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Pantech will be launching a new smartphone in Korea sometime in the future. Dubbed the IM-690S, this smartphone features a 3.5-inch WVGA AMOLED toucshcreen display, 4GB of internal storage, WCDMA / GSM connectivity, GPS support, a DMB TV tuner, DivX support, a 5MP AF camera, WiFi support, and Android 2.2 "Froyo". The price tag is unknown but Sky should be carrying this handset.

[Akihabara News]