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Unannounced Motorola EX130 Leaks, Sports Two Displays

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Motorola just announced the EX130 which, surprisingly, isn't running the Android OS. This is actually running on Qualcomm's Brew MP and the handset itself sports a 2.8-inch QVGA display as well as a smaller OLED "ticker" display. It's kind of like a low-end Samsung Continuum, well, made by Motorola. The handset also sports 64MB of RAM, 128MB of internal storage, and Bluetooth. Price and release date for this one hasn't been mentioned yet.

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Motorola DROID 3's 4-Inch Display Leaks, Has a Front-Facing Camera

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Global Direct Parts may have just picked up some vital information regarding the upcoming Motorola DROID (Milestone) 3 that'll hit Verizon later this year. Apparently, what you see above is the display of said smartphone and it's said to be a 4-incher with a front-facing camera. That's a pretty good start to things so let's hope the internals of the phone are powerful too.


Telus Releasing the Galaxy S Fascinate 4G On May 12th, Rogers Getting the Nokia E5

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Two phones look like they're on their way to Canada soon. First up if the one above which we've known would be hitting Telus for a while now. Yup, it's the Galaxy S Fascinate 4G which is the exact same as the Vibrant 4G that hit T-Mobile USA. This one features a 4-inch display, HSPA+ support, a 1GHz CPU, and Android 2.2 with the Touchwiz UI. This will be available on May 12th, which is just two weeks away.

The other handset is the Nokia E5 which is headed to Rogers soon. This one's not as exciting but it'll be a cheap phone with a QWERTY keyboard for easy and quick text messaging. The price and release date is still unknown for this one right now but we should be finding out the details soon.

Samsung Galaxy S Fascinate 4G Hitting Telus: Mobile Syrup
Rogers Getting the Nokia E5: Mobile Syrup

HTC Kingdom and HTC Rider Leak, Both Running Android With Sense

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On the Chinese market, it looks like two phones have leaked: the HTC Kingdom (above) and the HTC Rider (below). The Kingdom looks a whole lot the HTC Sensation so it might get a name change when it launches in Asia. This one reportedly features a qHD display which lines up perfectly. The one below looks like a whole lot like Sprint's HTC EVO line-up since it has rounded touch buttons below the display. Maybe it'll be sporting a smaller 4-inch display with 4G connectivity if it hits the US. That's just a guess.

[Phone Arena]

7-Inch HTC Flyer Hits the FCC, Should Launch Soon

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Not really much left to tell you here that the title doesn't say. The upcoming HTC Flyer with WiFi has just hit the FCC. Sadly, it'll likely be launching with pre-Honeycomb along with the Sense UI. Of course, you'll eventually be able to root it and put whatever custom build you want on there but not everyone knows how to do that. Check it out at the FCC here and here.


Samsung "Alex" Could Be Their First Chrome OS Netbook

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A bunch of companies should be testing out their own Chrome OS devices and it looks like Samsung is one of them. Dubbed the "Alex", this device was spotted on Chrome OS' code website. The netbook reportedly features an Intel Atom N550 1.5GHz CPU, 2GB of RAM, an SSD, a 1,280 x 800 resolution display, 3G / WiFi support, a webcam, Bluetooth, Ehternet, and a Synaptics touchpad. Obviously, this is just a test device right now so the specs could change before it launches, which is still unknown.

[Samsung Hub]

Videotron Releases the Nokia C5-04 For $209 Contract-Free

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Videotron has just released a new phone and it's the Nokia C5-04. This one's available right now for $39.95 on contract or for $209.95 contract-free which might be the better deal if you can find someone to unlock it. This handset sports a 3.2-inch display, a 2MP camera, Bluetooth support, and, sadly, no WiFi. Check it out on Videotron.

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Sony Ericsson XPERIA Play and Arc Now Available In Canada On Rogers

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Rogers has just released the two Android phones you may have been waiting for. Both the Sony Ericsson XPERIA Play and the Arc are now available in Canada for $99.99 on a 3-year contract and $549.99 contract-free. These phones are pretty high-end, while the XPERIA Play is PlayStation Certified and features a slide-out gaming pad. Check it out on Rogers here and here whenever you're ready.


Casio G'zOne Commando and DROID Incredible 2 Available For $199

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Verizon has actually released two phones today which is pretty amazing. There's the Casio G'zOne Commando and the DROID Incredible 2 which are both running the Android OS. They're both available right now for $199.99 if you're willing to sign up for a 2-year contract.

The first handset is expensive because it's a rugged handset; other than that it's a mid-end touchscreen phone. The DROID Incredible 2 is just the Incredible S in a disguise and Verizon-branding. It's a decent upgrade over the last model but, sadly, still houses a 1GHz CPU. Check them both out on Verizon whenever you want to.


White Apple iPhone 4 Now Available In 28 Countries, Including North America

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After months of waiting, the white iPhone 4 is finally here. In 28 countries, Apple has released what it should've a while ago. The price is still the same and for reviews for the device you can just look back to the review for the black one. The only difference is the colour, which is quite sexy.

The countries that will be getting them are: Austria, Australia, Belgium, Canada, China, Czech Republic, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Hong Kong, Ireland, Italy, Japan, Luxembourg, Macau, Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, Singapore, South Korea, Spain, Switzerland, Sweden, Taiwan, Thailand, the UK and the US.