From the monthly archives:

May 2009

LG GW520 And GT505 Phones

by Isaiah on May 31, 2009

LG GW520 and GT505 Phones

The GW520 and GT505 are the latest social networking devices from LG that come equipped with features like push notification of updates from various social networking sites, push email and Microsoft Exchange support. As for the specs itself, the GW520 is packed with a 2.8-inch full touchscreen display, a 3-magapixel camera, a full slide-out QWERTY keypad, a 7.2 Mbps HSPDA connectivity, 3G and a WAP 2.0 browser. Meanwhile, the GT505 comes with a bigger 3-inch full touchscreen, a 5-megapixel camera, a 3.6 Mbps HSDPA connectivity, Wifi, GPS, 3G and a 30-day free trial of WisePilot for LG. Both handsets are expected to be launched sometime in June 2009. [MobileWhack via Upcoming Cell Phones]

Samsung F480 Games Edition Unveiled

by Johan on May 31, 2009

Samsung F480 Games Edition

Samsung will release the F480 Games Edition that has five pre-installed games, including “Pacman”, “Who wants to be a millionaire 2009? and “Millenium Poker.” The handset features a QVGA touchscreen display, a 5MP autofocus camera, Bluetooth and HSDPA connectivity. The Samsung F480 Games Edition will be released in Europe in mid-June 2009 for $564. [UnWiredView via Upcoming Cell Phones]

Ericsson's Fashion-forward W30 Series 3G Routers

Ericsson’s new W30 and W35 models will do a purely theoretical 7.2Mbps downstream and 2.0Mbps upstream on three HSPA bands in addition to quadband EDGE. Both models feature 802.11b / g and four Ethernet ports for routing the high-speed WWAN data. The W35 will be released in early June 2009. [Engadget]

TomTom Navigator 7

by Johan on May 30, 2009

TomTom Navigator 7

TomTom has finally released the new NAVIGATOR 7 for Windows Mobile. It is available for purchase to all end-users instead of bundling it with certain HTC phones. You can also download after paying £35 ($56) or get it on a microSD card for £90 ($146). [Navigadget]

Thinkware Low-end Navigation Gadget

by Johan on May 30, 2009

Thinkware Low-end Navigation Gadget

Thinkware just released its low-end navigation device in South Korea. Known as the iNAVI ES300, the gadget adopts metallic keypads with blue/red LED lights on the both sides. The iNAVI ES300 also features “ECO Drive” function, DMB support, “LCD Off” function, and a built-in 900mAh battery. The 2GB, 4GB, and 8GB models are priced at 329,000 Won($259), 379,000 Won($298), and 429,000 Won($337), respectively. [Navigadget]