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One of the most popular cross platform messaging services ie WhatsApp is finally making its way over to Windows Phone 7.5 which is also known as Mango. WhatsApp sent across a cryptic message via its official Twitter channel which indicated that it was working on an app for Mango. WMPowerUser has also managed to obtain screenshots of the upcoming service
Want the latest and greatest version of the HTC Sense UI but still toting a Desire HD ? Well you don’t have to wait any longer as the hackers over at XDA Developers have managed to get it running on handset. The ROM takes the new UI from a leaked build of the upcoming HTC Bliss and is not yet fully functional
Windows 8 , the next release of OS from Microsoft is expected to have new features and lots of improvements. We have recently written about how file management has changed in Windows 8, when compared to Windows 7 . Now Microsoft has released more information on Window Explorer in the upcoming version.
Walmart and TracFone will soon launch an entry-level Android-based Samsung smartphone in United States. Little is known about the upcoming Galaxy Precedent (SCH-M828C) but is said to be similar to (or just a rebadged) Galaxy Prevail. Amongst the confirmed features, the phone has Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 3.0, GPS, Swype text input support and a microSD card slot.
Nokia has been off-site the last couple of years at Mobile Word Congress (MWC), but 2012 will be different. At the upcoming event, Nokia will exhibit in a 2,300 square meter space and CEO Stephen Elop will be a keynote speaker. MWC is the world’s largest exhibition for the mobile industry
Samsung debunks leaked roadmap rumor By kunal • August 12, 2011 The roadmap that supposedly hinted on upcoming Samsung devices has been trashed by the Korean giant. Samsung seldom responds to rumors but in this case has issued a statement on their official blog saying the details claimed are not accurate.
We continue to get more and more looks of the upcoming Droid Bionic and today we get even more with the official FCC filing for the Motorola superphone. We saw leaked pictures a few days ago suggesting a 4.5″ screen but according to the official FCC paperwork you’ll be streaming Netflix on the 4.3″ qHD display so that should wrap up that rumor. The FCC filing shows just about every angle and look one would want of the device.
Tech website Gadgetian claims to have got their hands on the specifications of the upcoming HTC Omega. The Windows Phone 7.1 ie Mango powered phone is supposed to be the successor to the HTC Mozart.