Dual SIM LG S367 announced
LG S367 is the latest dual SIM phone introduced by the South Korean company. Announced in Ukraine, the S367 is a candybar that looks far more elegant than LG’s previous dual SIM candybar (the A230).
iPhone 4S officially announced: lands October 14th starting at $199 in sizes up to 64GB, coming to Sprint
What's this? The second coming of the iPhone 4? Sure enough, Tim Cook just pulled the covers off of the hotly-anticipated iPhone 4S here in Cupertino, making 2011 the first year in the company's current stint in the smartphone business that it chose to launch three new handsets (Verizon's CDMA iPhone 4 included, of course).
Affordable HTC Explorer with Android gets official
Initially known as HTC Pico, the HTC Explorer has been officially announced by the Taiwanese company as “its most affordable smartphone.”
LG Optimus EX official with 1.2GHz Tegra 2, super-bright LCD
LG Mobile started off the week by unveiling a new industry-first phone. The previously seen Optimus EX is one of the first to ship with NVIDIA's upgraded 1.2GHz Tegra 2 chip, which lets it play 1080p video where the earlier model stopped at 720p. A very bright 700-nit, IPS-based four-inch LCD makes it easier to see outside while also giving it good color accuracy and wide viewing angles.
Sonim XP1301: $485 will get you an indestructible feature phone that can also do NFC
Sonim, a phone maker you might not be too familiar with, is an expert in making devices that are damn near apocalypse proof. They can withstand pretty much anything you throw at them, which is why they’re popular with soldiers, security personeel, and construction workers. Those folks need devices that take a beating and last forever on a single charge. Sonim’s latest device, the XP1301, continues the Sonim tradition, but brings near field communication to the table.
HTC Raider 4G (Holiday) with 4.5 inch qHD screen, Android and LTE announced in Korea
HTC has officially announced its fourth smartphone to feature a qHD (960 x 540) display: the HTC Raider 4G – which is the same device previously seen as the HTC Holiday. Unlike the company’s other qHD handsets (Evo 3D, Sensation and Sensation XE), the Raider 4G has a 4.5 inch screen, not a 4.3 inch one.
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