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Nokia Lumia 505 budget-friendly Windows Phone now official

The Nokia Lumia 505 has recently been made official in Mexico where Finnish cellphone-maker, Nokia, introduced its newest budget-friendly, entry-level smartphone. The existence of this model has long been rumored but the company’s radical shift to the production of much cheaper feature phones seemed to have put doubt in the minds of people who have

Samsung SCH-W2013 flip phone revealed, price starts at $2900

South Korean manufacturer, Samsung, recently revealed the new Samsung SCH-W2013 flip phone that comes with a really expensive price tag of $3000. While the company didn’t provide information as to when this device would start selling, it is expected that Chinese flip phone fans are the first ones to own it. Being sold at an

LG Optimus Regard added to Cricket lineup, priced at $250

Only a few have known that South Korean manufacturer, LG, has been working on a new device called LG Optimus Regard that would be launched under the umbrella of US prepaid carrier, Cricket. Coming with a price tag of $250, Optimus Regard stands proud being a mid-ranger with decent specs and features. Reports indicate the

Microsoft Surface Pro Tablet reportedly slated for January 2013 release

Software giant Microsoft has just acquired another windfall following the successful debut of its new system, Windows 8, and first hardware entry, Surface RT, late last month. Surface RT tablet has just attained a huge backer in the person of the legendary philanthropist, Oprah Winfrey. Outlined among other things in the official list of “Oprah’s

Huawei Ascend W1 specs and photos, leaked

A user in one of the forums based in China has leaked the purported photos of the rumored Huawei Ascend W1 on Sunday, October 14th. Though the photos looked legit, they came as no surprise as this is not the first time we’ve heard about it. The rumor about W1 actually started about a month

T-Mobile-MetroPCS merger sinks stocks

T-Mobile and MetroPCS have shared to the media their plans of a merger to take on their bigger competitor. Reports suggest that their plans have already been approved and that they are now in the process of ironing out things. These companies are the fourth and the fifth largest wireless carriers in the United States,

AT&T, Sprint to offer LG Optimus G, release date slated in Q4

South Korean manufacturer, LG, officially announced its latest entry into the high-end Android market on September 19th confirming its superphone flagship will be coming to the United States. No information as to which providers in the U.S. would offer the handset then. However, the latest press release from LG USA already confirms two of the