We're not sure if you check most mobile provider's sites every ten minutes or so (like we do), but if you did, you would have noticed that the lat...
We’re not sure if you check most mobile provider’s sites every ten minutes or so (like we do), but if you did, you would have noticed that the latest Palm Windows Mobile device — the Treo 800w — is available for purchase at Sprint’s online store. The phone, which features a 320 x 320 screen, EV-DO Rev. A, WiFi, and GPS, is currently listing for $249.99 after a $250 instant savings, $100 mail-in rebate, and two-year contract. So if you’ve been absolutely, positively dying to get your hands on this thing — now’s your chance.
[via : engadget]
engadget.com says Nokia’s finally fessing up to its latest E series QWERTY phone, but took this one in a seriously surprising direction… for Nokia, anyway: thin. The E71 is one of the thinnest phones we’ve ever seen exit the doors of the Finnish giant, at 10mm thick, but there’s still plenty of room for everything you’d expect out of an E series phone like WiFi, HSDPA, A-GPS and even a 3.2 megapixel camera and a front facing camera for video chat — the main place the E71 differs on specs from its new E66 sibling is the 2.36-inch QVGA screen, just a fraction of an inch smaller. The E71 even manages to squeeze in extra battery, with 20 days of standby, 10.5 hours of GSM talk or 4.5 hours of 3G talk. There’s 110MB of built-in storage and a microSD slot if you grow out of that, and the same business / personal switcher of the E66. Folks accustomed to previous Nokia QWERTY phones in the form factor like the E62 will find the screen noticeably smaller, but with the same number of pixels and an incredibly pocketable form factor there’s plenty to love about this new entry.
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