Ideal for fairweather users, Pharos’ Traveler 137 works with both AT&T and T-Mobile’s 3G networks; the WinMo 6.5 ready smartphone features a 3.5″ TFT LCD, Wi-Fi and 3MP camera.
Sony Ericsson’s GreenHeart line of phones (C901 and Naite) are eco-friendly phones thanks to factors like 50% recycled plastics, low VOC paint, low-power chargers and smart packaging.
Sony Ericsson’s W995a slider phone borders on being a portable media player, with an 8.1MP camera, 3G speeds, 2.6″ QVGA screen, Wi-Fi, and 3.5mm audio jack–all of it unlocked.
Resembling the Nokia E71, Mobiado’s 350PRL is the luxury mobile company’s first QWERTY phone; it’s made with nickel-plated aircraft aluminum, sapphire crystal and mother of pearl.
Available outside Europe in August, Samsung’s Pixon12 features a 12MP camera with Xenon flash, 3.1 AMOLED touchscreen, 30fps 720×480 video recording, Wi-Fi, and HSPA speeds.
With a 3″ touchscreen, keypad and 8 MP camera, Sony Ericsson’s Aino is already a decent phone; however, the big news is that it’ll stream media from your PS3 from anywhere in the world.
Engadget has dug up a treasure trove of new phones for AT&T, most due to release 2H 2009; among them: the Palm Eos, the Nokia Mako, the HTC Lancaster and the Blackberry Onyx.
The third iteration of Samsung’s BlackJack, the i637 Jack will be available 5/19 on AT&T with WinMo 6.1, a 3.2MP camera, aGPS, 3G, Wi-Fi, a 320×240 display and full QWERTY.
Based on Novatel’s MiFi, the Sprint MiFi 2200 is a combination broadband modem and mobile hotspot; it also makes use of the MiFi’s GPS, good for location and mapping apps.
Now available through Verizon, Samsung’s Alias 2 isn’t the prettiest phone but sports an e-ink “Magic Key” keypad which can switch between numeric and QWERTY modes.
Some of you have already guessed it, but Samsung finally reveals the trickery behind their OmniaHD viral video; the best part starts at 1:40, where you see the video as it’s being filmed.
This Star Trek TOS-styled Communicator is not only a must-have for Trekkies, but actually serves as a VoIP phone with working speaker and buttons plus 21 sound effects.
Nokia’s E52 retains the svelte candybar design of the E51, but doubles talk time to 8 hours (6 hours on 3G); it also features a 3.2MP camera, GPS, noise cancellation and new email UI.
A boon for push-to-talk users, Motorola’s rugged i465 Clutch is their first iDEN phone with a full QWERTY keyboard; its features are light but it does meet military specs for shock and dust.
Their first Android cellphone, Samsung’s i7500 features a 3.2″ AMOLED touchscreen, 3G, a 5MP camera, Wi-Fi, 8GB storage and Bluetooth; it launches in June with Germany’s O2.
Like some mutant horror flick, all the Chinese knockoffs merge together into the HiPhone Nano N3+; it’s best described as a clamshell iPod Nano phone with rotating 2.8″ touchscreen.
Available today, Samsung’s Trance is a mid-range sliderphone with a 2.1″ display and touchpad navigation; however, it boasts serious music playback with Bang & Olufsen speakers.
Aliph’s much lusted-after Jawbone Bluetooth headset gets a refresh with the Jawbone PRIME; other than a tweaked pattern, the main changes are improved call quality and noise reduction.
Available 4/24 at Stussy Chapter stores, Stussy and Power Support’s Pop Shout Air Jacket case is for the iPhone 3G; choose from either a glossy or more rugged matte version.
The successor to the original Viewty, LG’s Viewty Smart is the world’s slimmest 8MP camera at 12.4mm thin; it also features a 3″ WVGA screen, 3G speeds, A-GPS and Wi-Fi.
Proof that Japanese cellphones are waaaay better than ours, Phone Braver 7 is a crimefighting ABS/diecast toy based on a TV drama; it transforms and can change facial expressions.
T-Mobile’s Sidekick LX launches 5/13: much needed improvements include 3G, a 3.2MP camera, a 3.2″ WVGA screen and a Facebook, Twitter, and MySpace support. No Wi-Fi, though.
It’s total viral bait, but we’ll bite: Samsung’s i8910 Omnia HD is up to some interesting tricks in the video above, where the phone disappears yet still records; add your own theories here.
It’s not the first rugged military-spec cellphone we’ve seen, but Samsung’s SGH-a657 is well-featured with A-GPS, 3G, PTT, Bluetooth, email, microSDHC slot and built-in flashlight.
KDDI’s Idda G9 sliderphone may be Japan only, but we’re fawning over its stainless steel frame and titanium finish; it packs a 3″ touchscreen, 3.2 MP camera and pico projector support.
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