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We were lucky enough to get our hands on the HTC Evo Shift 4G  from Sprintfor a very short period. The Shift is the successor of the HTC Evo also from Sprint. The big difference besides running on a newer version of the Android Fryo 2.2 is the Slide Out keyboard. The HTC Evo Shift 4G has an 800 Mhz processor and with the 4G connectivity on the Sprint’s network this device will be very fast and functional. The QWERTY Slide out keyboard gives consumers now the option to choose this device over the HTC Evo 4G. Many consumers still prefer the keyboard to be part of the hardware over Read more

HTC Corporation unveiled a global advertising campaign that is based on HTC’s new “Quietly Brilliant” brand positioning.  As HTC’s first global advertising campaign, the YOU campaign is being rolled out across 20 countries in the coming weeks and features the tagline, “You don’t need to get a phone. You need a phone that gets you.”  This represents HTC’s commitment to focus on people, their needs and how they work and live to ensure that HTC devices suit them. ‘Quietly Brilliant’ is doing great things in a humble way, with the belief that the best things in life can only be experienced, not explained,” said John Wang, chief marketing officer, HTC Read more

RIM (Research In Motion) just released a new model the Blackberry Tour. Right now the Blackberry Tour is available online with Verizon and Sprint for $199 with a 2 year contract. Verizon already has the Tour available in the stores. The key features compared to some other Blackberries are: World Phone Capabilities Enhanced Multimedia 3.2MP Camera GPS and Blackberry Maps Slimmer 14.2 mm profile 256 MB built -in memory Voice Input & Output more All in all the device feels good your hands and I love the keyboard with the trackball. But the features and specifications is what you would expect from any other phone these days.  What I do miss Read more

Do you still remember one of the highlights @ CES 2009 earlier this year? It was Palm’s first official announcement of the Palm Pre running on the Palm WebOS.  Almost two weeks ago Palm together with mobile operator Sprint announced the availability of the Palm Pre on the Sprint Now Network. In these two weeks several great reviews of the Palm Pre have hit the web. Craig Froehle from Gearbits, a Palm expert from the first hour, has created a Palm Pre review round-up on the Gearbits website. It’s an overview of 21 (!!) complete hands-on reviews, each complemented with a short conclusion. If you are still indecisive about purchasing a Palm Pre Read more