OneMobileRing has been decoupled from ITProPortal.com, after a year-long successful relationship – with Rob Kerr, as the Mobile Editor of the title.
We will be relaunching OMR soon, as a separate mobile phone title; stay tuned for more information
Taiwanese handset manufacturer High Tech Computer Corporation has announced that two of their older key mobile phones, last year’s Desire HD and early this year’s Incredible S, are having an major update rolled out in the UK. This is to the current Android ‘Gingerbread‘ 2.3.5 version, and the HTC Sense 3.0 overlay to that very OS.
Finnish handset maker Nokia has told ITProPortal that the very latest version of Symbian ^3 operating system, known as Belle, won’t be available in 2011 after all – for the company’s previous flagship devices.
Japanese electronics company Panasonic has made public a reference model to the Android handset that is due to arrive next year, as the first new Panasonic mobile to ship in Europe after the company pulled out five years ago.
On-line mobile phone news website BGR has published the exclusive news that Samsung is to be announcing a new Google mobile OS based tablet at MWC in Barcelona – with a retina resolution, similar to that of Apple’s mobile phones.
Mobile phone network T-Mobile in the USA has sent out invites to the press for a launch event with Nokia, where on December 14th the first Nokia Windows Phone 7 handset could be launched for the American Market.
ITProPortal.com has just received the first mobile phone to arrive running the very latest version of the Google mobile Android ‘Ice Cream Sandwich‘ 4.0 OS – the Samsung Galaxy Nexus.
On-line mobile phone retailer digital-phone.co.uk has made public that it will be selling Nokia‘s second Windows Phone 7 mobile phone – the Nokia Lumia 710, in early January. This is the first time a shipping or arrival date has been release by any retailer.
Finnish handset maker Nokia has announced an update is available for their first ever Microsoft Windows Phone 7 based Lumia 800 mobile phone. This coming from the company who dropped their own Symbian platform as the main OS on their flagship devices, back in February this year.
Canadian email mobile phone manufacturer RIM has announced that another version of the OS is now available for its PlayBook tablet devices, which brings the total number of releases to two – within the same number of weeks,with a major security issue blocked.