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First Legit [and Very Blurry], But Possibly Old PSP 2 Photos Leak?

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Two photos coming from vg247 may have just busted open the rumour mill regarding the next-gen PSP. Apparently, the pictures you see above and below are being dubbed the PSP 2. The blurry photos actually don't tell us much so thankfully there are big bright red arrows and labels. In prototype form, the PSP 2 is rumoured to feature a microphone, a front-facing camera, dual thumbsticks, a rear-facing camera, and a trackpad on the back. However, these photos are reportedly an older prototype because the new prototype does not slide, like the PSP Go. Do you believe these?

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US Cellular Releasing the Android-Based QWERTY-Packing LG Apex On November 19th

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US Cellular has actually just announced their latest Android-based handset, the LG Apex. This handset will be available on November 19th (this Friday) for $79.99 on a 2-year contract after an $80 mail-in rebate. In case you're interested in this one, it features a 3.2-inch WVGA touchscreen display, a slide-out QWERTY keyboard, a 3MP camera with a flash, version 2.1 of the OS, and a 1,500mAh battery.

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Bell Releases the Samsung Galaxy Tab For $649.95 Contract-Free

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In Canada, Bell has just become the second carrier (after Rogers) to launch the Samsung Galaxy Tab. The 7-inch Android tablet is available right now for $649.95 contract-free so if you hate the iPad that much then you can give this one a try. For $20 monthly you can get 500MB of data, $35 monthly gets you 5GB of data, and if you actually get the Tablet Flex plan then you can get $50 off your purchase which is decent. Anyways, check it out on Bell.

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Motorola MOTOPAD Will Have "Honeycomb" and Tegra 2 Chipset, Launching In Feb / March

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A new rumour coming from DigiTimes mentions a bit more information regarding the 7-inch Motorola MOTOPAD. Apparently, this will be launching in Q1 2011; more specifically in February or March. Inside you'll reportedly find Nvidia's Tegra 2 chipset and you'll be seeing this in a lot of tablets at CES 2011 in early January. Yes, this will be running Android's "Honeycomb" so maybe Google really is going to choose this tablet as their demo unit.

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The Sony Ericsson XPERIA X10 (Anzu) Gets Previewed, Actually Has the New 800MHz CPU

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We already heard that Eldar Murtazin from Mobile-Review got his hands on the Sony Ericsson XPERIA X12 aka the Anzu and it looks like he wasn't kidding. His website has just previewed the smartphone and mentions that it still needs a bit of work. Right now it's only running on Android 2.1 (might be running just Froyo [2.2] when it launches, with an update to Gingerbread [2.3] after) and the camera wasn't working to its full potential.

Other than that they confirmed a few specs. The X12 actually features a Qualcomm MSM7230 800MHz CPU (same as the G2 / Desire Z), which is faster than the X10's 1GHz Snapdragon CPU. Of course, this is still in prototype form so the company still needs to put their skin over Android - which kind of sucks. Anyways, the display is 4.3-inches (with a 480 x 854 resolution), it has an HDMI output, and has a thinner body and is lighter than the X10. I'd advise you to check out the whole preview below!


Best Buy USA Releases Their Exclusive White Dell Streak

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If you love your gadgets white then you might want to give this one a look. Best Buy USA is now offering a white-backed Dell Streak MID and it's only available in stores. Yes, this is actually available right now but you should call your store first because they might not have them yet. I hope it's worth the hunt.


T-Mobile USA Releases the BlackBerry Bold 9780 For $129

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If you're interested in getting the latest RIM smartphone then T-Mobile customers can now get it. The BlackBerry Bold 9780 has just been released by the carrier and it's available for $129.99 on a 2-year contract. If you're looking to get it contract-free then it'll cost you $449.99. This BB is a slight upgrade over the Bold 9700 and features a 5MP AF camera with an LED flash along with OS 6.0 and the Webkit browser. Check it out on T-Mobile.