If you think Apple’s Retina is simply awesome and can show laser-sharp images, then you would certainly like Hitachi’s new IPS LCD mobile screen. At a whopping 720×1280 in resolution, Hitach’s new display is even sharper and brighter than that of iPhone 4′s. The display has a 329 dpi (dots-per-inch) versus iPhone 4′s 326 dpi. Not to forget you also get a significantly larger screen view at 4.5 inches versus 3.5 inches of that of the iPhone.
The blogging app all Windows Phone 7 users were waiting for, is finally here. “Writing and editing Posts and Pages is a breeze, as well as being able to quickly moderate comments and check statistics. And it’s all made to get you in and out quickly.”
We have seen cell phones from Sony and Samsung with translucent screens in the past. However this is the first from Lenovo. The S800 will feature a translucent display alright, but will also provide full-color rendering. To be honest this is unheard of, and therefore Lenovo stresses that this technology is still a concept. Well, concept or not, we would love to see something like this as soon as possible!
Well…this was inevitable. Gartner’s smartphone stats for the third quarter shows that Android accounts for 25.5% of worldwide smartphone sales. This makes it the second most popular mobile OS worldwide, ahead of iOS, Blackberry OS and others. So I guess it is just a matter of time when this powerful OS takes over the no. 1 spot.
Every employee of Microsoft will get a new Windows Mobile 7 phone. That’s a real good way to show appreciation, as well ensure that employees stay focused on the new mobile OS. Does this mean any MS employee who is a fan of Android or the iPhone, will abandon their current phone? Well…probably not.
The world’s highest mountain now has a 3G mobile network service base station. Setup by a Nepal-based mobile phone company called Ncell, the 3G base is located at an altitude of 17,000 feet (5,200 meters), and will have a speed up to 3.6 MB per second.
What you see above is a gamers dream. It is not a hoax nor a “Photoshopped” image. It is for real, and is called the PlayStation Phone. Yes, we know it is hard to believe, but Sony recently revealed the gadget and the folks at Engadget managed to get a few pics of the prototype.