BlackBerry Torch specifications has been confirmed now. Operating on BlackBerry OS 6, Torch can be placed between Blackberry Bold and a Palm Pre Plus. It comes with a QWERTY keyboard.
Though we have already got some news about upcoming Nokia Slider which is presumed Nokia N8 successor, but this time technobuffalo leaks the specifications and video of the slider prototype pre-named as N9. The video shows the smartphone is running on symbian phone. And if it is a real N-series phone, the symbian OS is installed only for testing purpose because Nokia has made it clear that no new N-series phone is coming with symbian. In fact the Finish company is now focusing on MeeGo based handsets.
At CommunicAsia 2010 Skype told that its telephone software for mobile has made its way to the symbain based Sony Ericsson phones.
First two pictures of upcoming BlackBerry Curve 9300 appear in wild. Curve 9300 looks a refresh to the 8500 series. According to the initial specifications, this phone includes 3G, Wi-Fi and 256 MB of internal memory.
New pictures of upcoming BlackBerry surface with more details. One picture clearly shows that BlackBerry Bold 9800 is going to have a virtual on-screen keyboard in addition to physical QWERTY keyboard.
The phones which support dual SIM cards are now common. This time Shanzhai has produced a new clone of Nokia N97 Mini that can support upto three SIM cards.
Earlier this month the Korean Communication Commission issued a ban on iPad because it had not complied with the rules. There is good news for Koreans and for all those who are planning to visit Korea with their iPads; and it is the uplift of ban on iPad.