It’s currently limited to movie posters, but Nokia’s Point & Find hopes to make real-world metadata accessible by pointing a phone at an object and using GPS and internet access.
Developed with affordability in mind, HTC’s Snap is a smartphone running Win Mo 6.1, a 2.4″ screen, HSDPA connectivity, GPS, Wi-Fi, and Bluetooth; it’ll arrive in the US this summer.
Samsung’s Instinct S30 is the successor to the original Instinct; beyond its curvier, more stylish looks, it’ll also feature a larger 3.2″ touchscreen when it debuts with Sprint April 19th.
Coming soon to AT&T, the Nokia E71x is a full QWERTY smartphone with 3G connectivity, one-way video calling, Wi-Fi and built-in GPS; it measures only 10mm thick.
Skype’s long-overdue official app for the iPhone is a reality today (with Blackberry in May), but it comes with a catch: you’ll only be able to use it over Wi-Fi, so no 3G or EDGE calls.
New for Cricket Wireless, Motorola’s Evoke QA4 is like a cheaper Palm Pre; it sports a 2.8″ touchscreen, slide-out keypad, Bluetooth and full HTML browser, but ditches 3G for EVDO.
An evolved Samsung Propel, the Propel Pro keeps its predecessor’s sliding QWERTY form factor but adds a 3MP camera, microSDHC slot, new joystick, stereo Bluetooth and Wi-Fi.
AT&T’s Samsung Impression is the first US phone with an AMOLED display; it features a 3.2″ touchscreen with haptic feedback, slide-out QWERTY, 3MP camera and 3G speeds.
Sony-Ericsson PR regards the T707 as a chick phone; still, hand gesture recognition, time-of-day dynamic UI and HSPA connectivity make this of interest to geeks of any gender.
Better late than never: T-Mobile joins the mobile broadband party with their USB webConnect laptop stick, a 3G modem which also connects to EDGE and T-Mo’s Wi-Fi hotspots.
Simple and elegant, Verizon/Nokia’s 7205 Intrigue cellphone features a hidden, external 1.9″ PMOLED display; only 0.55″ thick, it also comes with a funky fade finish on the keypad.
Motion’s J3400 Tablet PC manages to be both rugged and sleek; fully loaded, you’ll get a 12.1″ View Anywhere LCD, 64GB SSD, mobile broadband, 2 MP camera and 1.4GHz ULV CPU.
Italian for sleek, Samsung’s Lucido candy bar phone lives up to its name; it features a brushed metal case with crimson trim, HSDPA, a 2.2 AMOLED display and 5MP camera.
Targeted towards text-happy teens, LG’s Rumor 2 will launch on Sprint 3/15; it features a slide-out QWERTY keyboard, 1.3 MP camera, QVGA screen, stereo bluetooth and GPS.
Nokia’s 5330 XpressMusic is a sliderphone with an “edgy, top-sliced design” that’s not half bad looking; it also includes side touch keys, a 3.5mm jack and 26 hours of playback.
No word on when they’ll be coming stateside, but Samsung’s S5600 and S5230 are decent looking touchphones with 3MP cameras and “gesture lock” — think speed dial for touchscreens.
The Nautiz X5 is designed to run WinMo 6.1 in extreme conditions; this rugged smartphone handles temps from -20 to 55 ¬¨â€šÃ Ã»C yet still features a 3 MP camera and an 806MHz Marvell CPU.
Asus’ full touchscreen P835 is noteworthy: it not only features a large 3.5″ WVGA screen, 5MP camera, and HSPA speeds, but can also serve as a Wi-Fi access point for up to 10 devices.
It’s not as slick as Mat Brady’s concept, but LG’s Versa is the first cellphone with a detachable keyboard; it’s coming to Verizon 3/1 and includes a 3″ touchscreen and 2MP camera.
Cellphones with minimal features tend to get short shrift design-wise, but this Sony Simplicity concept is lustworthy with its wrap-around display; it has no SMS, camera, or email.
Vertus tend to blend into each other for us, but this Constellation Pure stands out with a keypad made out of ceramic (the rest is made from steel and leather); four colors are available.
Motorola was pretty quiet at MWC 2009, but this ZN300 slider phone makes up for it with a sleek yet utilitarian design; it’ll include a 3MP camera, QVGA display and 3.5mm headset jack.
From the same company that made Helio’s Ocean, Pantech’s Matrix Pro is coming 2/24; it features a dual-sliding keypad+QWERTY, 3G speeds, video share calling and WinMo 6.1
Ideal for sporting types who disdain in-ear headsets, Adtech’s AD-MB80 Bluetooth wristphone syncs to your cellphone; it features a speaker and up to 4.5 hours of talk time.
Not wanting to be left behind in the camera race, Nokia’s N86 sports an 8MP camera, scratch-resistant 2.6″ OLED screen, 8GB storage and a dual sliding design with keypad.
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