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New entrants have been working hard at expanding their device line-up and offering competitive products and services, and Mobilicity is doing just that by launching the Mobiflip. The Mobiflip is actually the Sidekick LX rebranded by Mobilicity, and features a 3.2" (854x480) display that swivels up, along with a full QWERTY keyboard, trackball for navigation, and 3.2MP camera with a flash. The Mobiflip is available now for $99.99 outright, but it comes with a $50 mail-in rebate if purchased before December 31st, bringing it down to just $49.99.


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Rogers has officially launched the Motorola Flipout, a uniquely designed Android powered handset. The Flipout features a 2.8" (320x240) touch screen and a full QWERTY keyboard that swivels out, along with a 3MP camera, HSPA support and Wi-Fi connectivity. At launch, this device runs Android 2.1 Eclair along with Motoblur, and comes with 256MB internal memory that can be expanded up to 32GB via microSD. The Motorola Flipout is available now through Rogers for $29.99 on a 3 year contract, or $374.99 outright.


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We've seen quite a few Android devices hit Canadian carriers, and it looks like that trend is going to continue. Rumoured to launch sometime next week, Rogers is launching the Motorola FlipOut, an Android powered device with a unique physical design. The FlipOut features a 2.8" (320x240) touch screen, along with a full QWERTY keyboard that appears to swivel out from the left side to the bottom. This new Android handset has a 3.2MP camera, a 600MHz processor, and 512MB of RAM. It comes with 512MB ROM, though only 150MB are available for storage, and is expandable up to 32GB via microSD card. 3 year pricing is speculated to be around $29.99, though nothing has been confirmed as of yet. We'll be sure to let you know once more information is available.


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Sprint announced its will to market Tablet Internet N800 of Nokia with a card without wire of 4th generation, WiMax. N800 of Nokia contains only one connection Wifi and a Bluetooth connection which makes it possible to use a cellular connection when no Wifi connection is available carried. It contains also a swiveling camera which makes it possible to be used like webcam and is sold approximately 400 $ American. Sprint which has started for several months created its WiMax network. It would like to use this Tablet Internet in order to convince to use its WiMax network.


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We could test this device which is a direct competitor with the RAZR of Motorola. It is very well made and with a very beautiful design which makes it possible to use it well. The 2 color screens and the camera which swivels are also of very good advantage of this device designed by Samsung.

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On February 20 is the date which circulates at present on Internet, even if several of our sources at RIM refused to confirm or cancel this date. But they would be 2 new cellular, the Blackberry 8800, which would have a GPS, and the 8900 which would include the WIFI in addition to the GPS. Several patents were also deposited at the American office of the patents, whose 2 which particularly held the attention, with a swivelling keyboard has 360 degrees, personally I prefer the current keyboards, but the keyboard points out one can the first t?l?avertir of RIM.


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