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Windows 7 Phone Hands-On Review!

At Web 2.0 Expo, I had the pleasure of seeing the Windows 7 Phone for the first time live.   Thanks to Anand at Microsoft, I got to see some of the features of the new Windows 7 Phone.  Indeed, it was breathtaking to see another great multi-touch mobile operating system in addition to Android, iPhone, and Palm OS (the 3 best multi-touch OSes in my mind).

The new Windows 7 Phone comes with Zune integrated, internet explorer, and a much different UI experience (it looks like).  I have to applaud Microsoft for making an effort into the 21st century by dumping their older Wind

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HTC EVO 4G SuperSonic Hands-on Review/Video!

(Peter Chou HTC CEO and Dan Hesse Sprint CEO present the first 4G WiMax device for the U.S.!)

(UPDATE: Also see HTC Evo Reviews here) Well, the Supersonic 4G WiMax phone from Sprint is finally here! It’s actually called the HTC Evo 4G.

The new HTC Evo 4G has a Snapdragon QSD8650 1Ghz processor(CDMA version of QS8250 on Nexus One), 1GB of built-in memory, 512MB of RAM, a whopping 8 mega-pixel camera/camcorder with flash and an additional front-facing 1.3 megapixel camera.

HTC Evo 4G also

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Hands-On Review of AT&T Nexus One!


Oh boy, Apple is going to have a tough time selling iPhones this year. – link

Nexus One is officially now available on T-Mobile, Canadian Rogers, and AT&T with Sprint coming.   That’s like a double-whammy knockout punch for Apple.

Hey, it was Apple’

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Dell Mini 5 Reviewed Hands-on at MWC 2010!

Dell Mini 5 was officially introduced at 2010 MWC this year, the Dell Mini 5 “giant” smartphone features Android OS 1.6 (which is kinda disappointing) but 1Ghz Snapdragon processor (just like Nexus One), and a whopping 5-inch touchscreen.

Dell is trying to create a new market of smartphone users, people like me who need something between a cellphone and a netbook.  Of course, I don’t know how I would justify a 5-inch smartphone in my pocket without my jeans ripping off but then again, it’

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