Tuesday, February 17, 2009

Mobile World Congress 2009: Take Two


Of course the new TouchWiz UI was debuted along with the Omnia HD. The Omnia HD is equipped with 720p video and 3.5-inch display. We are hearing amazing reviews of the HD video. Click here for the hands-on from Engadget. Samsung also announced the Ultra Touch. This device is thin, stylish and powerful. Sporting a 12-key slideout dialpad, large touchscreen, and an 8 megapixel camera this little phone is lookin’ mighty fine.


Garmin-Asus made the trip to Barcelona to show off its new nuvifone devices, the G60 and M20. Click here for detailed review.


Samsung announced their new “S-Class” user interface which as we said before is very widget-y. The Arena was made available for a closer look - click here for a hands-on video. The GM730 brings a 3D interface into Windows Mobile, along with 7.2Mbps HSDPA, quadband EDGE, and Internet Explorer Mobile 6.0.


The N86 is a dual-slider with a keypad on one end, and camera and playback controls on the other. This device centers on its 8 megapixel camera, which includes a Carl Zeiss Tessar lens, AutoFocus, a mechanical shutter and dual-LED flash. The device also touts 8GB of storage, a 2.6-inch OLED screen, TV-out and microSD slot, Nokia Maps, and Ovi integration. The phone is set for a Q2 2009 release in Europe.

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