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HTC Ruby Caught In the Wild, Taking Pictures of the HTC Flyer

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A new smartphone has been caught taking pictures of an HTC Flyer in the wild. Apparently, the smartphone in the reflection could be the HTC Ruby. It looks like there's a dual-LED flash on the back and a 3.5mm headphone jack on the top. That's actually all that's known right now. The OS could be Android or Windows Phone 7; no one knows for sure.

[Unwired View]

Symbian-Based Nokia N5 Hits the FCC, Destined For North America

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Remember the Nokia N5? Well, it has just been spotted at the FCC and we now know a bit more about it. Inside you'll find WiFi / Bluetooth support along with NFC capabilities. 3G bands include 850/1700/1900MHz so it'll be great for AT&T or T-Mobile in the US and just about every carrier in Canada. The price and release date for this one are still unknown right now. Check it out at the FCC.


Nokia N9 Hits the FCC Again, Hides Nothing

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Looks like the MeeGo-based Nokia N9 has hit the FCC again and this time there's external and internals photos of the device. Of course, inside it has pentaband 3G (850/900/1700/1900/2100) along with WiFi 802.11n support. Thankfully, it looks like there'll be 16GB and even 64GB models which should be enough for almost everyone. If you're bored then check it out at the FCC.


Samsung Prepping 3D Galaxy Smartphone For Q4?

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It's not pictured above but we could see it leak sometime in the future. Apparently, a tipster has informed Sammy Hub that Samsung could be prepping a 3D Android device that's set to ship in Q4 of this year. Apparently, it'll be a part of their growing Galaxy line-up and could pack Galaxy S II-like specs along with a glasses-free 3D display and a 3D 8MP camera on the back. If you're into the 3D hype then it actually sounds like a great device and would compete with the HTC EVO 3D.

[Sammy Hub]

Motorola Defy+ Could Be Headed To AT&T

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Looks like the This Is My Next crew has just mentioned that an updated Motorola Defy+ could be headed to AT&T in the future. The handset has 850/1900/2100MHz HSPA bands so it's capable for the carrier and a bunch of major ones in Canada as well. The updated smartphone is said to be packing a speedier 1GHz TI OMAP 3620 CPU along with discrete graphics and Android 2.3.3. Of course, it should be quite rugged as well which would be useful for a lot of people.

[This Is My Next]

AT&T Releasing the Nexus S On July 24 For $99, Pre-Orders Tomorrow

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AT&T has finally announced that the Nexus S will be available through them on July 24th for $99.99 on a 2-year contract. If you really can't wait then you can actually start pre-ordering this one tomorrows at a local Best Buy. Of course, you might want to just wait for the Galaxy S II which will be available next month.

[This Is My Next]

T-Mobile USA To Release the HTC Wildfire S On August 3rd

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It's been leaking lately and T-Mobile has just announced that they'll be releasing the HTC Wildfire S on August 3rd. The handset will cost you $79.99 on a 2-year contract. This phone has a 3.2-inch display, a 5MP camera, WiFi / Bluetooth support, and Android 2.3 with the Sense UI. Clearly, it's a mid-end handset so if you're looking for something better than it'll be around next month.


Bell and Virgin Mobile Release the Samsung Galaxy S II 4G In Canada

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It hit Virgin Mobile late last night and Bell has released it as well. Yes, the Samsung Galaxy S II 4G is now officially available in Canada on two carriers with HSPA+ support. The smartphone is one of the best of the year so far and packs a hefty spec sheet. Both carriers are offering this right now for $169.95 on a 3-year contract, $549.95 on a 2-year contract, $574.95 on a 1-year contract, and $599.95 contract-free. Check it out on Bell and Virgin Mobile.

[Mobile Syrup]