GSMArena has published a article on HTC Touch Diamond vs. Samsung i900 Omnia. Read more over at GSMArena
"Well, it's the final whistle in our head-to-head. Tempted as we are to not leave it a tie and send it to a penalty shootout, we just have to pay due respect to both contenders. After all it's not the score that makes the game exciting. Sometimes a draw can be as interesting to watch, and this one here sure ain't goalless. Anyway, it's nearly impossible to give a conclusive judgment as to which of these two fine PocketPCs deserves your money better. The Samsung i900 Omnia and the HTC Touch Diamond are both excellent choices with their own set of advantages and shortcomings. The good thing is they hardly overlap, so getting your priorities right is all you need to make the right choice.
You can certainly get the short version of their virtues at the beginning of this review, we won't be repeating all of those here.
The main point to make here is that there isn't a perfect device that's got it all for all consumer groups even in this high-end segment. Instead, when you go after one of these extra sweet devices you should carefully weigh your priorities and pick the one that covers most of them.
iPhone 3G is still to see a reality check, but it's almost sure that these two can give the latest Apple device a good fight. Maybe they still can't challenge the iPhone interface, but they are finally getting closer.
With HTC Touch Diamond and Samsung i900 Omnia, Windows Mobile handsets no longer seem chubby and nerdy. The next generation of PocketPCs match style with the best performance in their class."
Click on the thumbnails to get to the original wallpaper. Right click and choose save as to save the wallpaper. Scroll down to the end of this page to view the latest wallpapers. These wallpapers works with Nokia (S40 and Symbian S60) and Sony Ericsson phone, but should also work with phones that support .png files (like samsung, LG , HTC etc)
Thx to donvito62, Juhaw, supertonic for most of these wallpapers
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A preview of G700 has appeared on USEB. It seems to be the most convenient smartphone ever made.
Click here to read the preview.
Nokia Email service automatically delivers email from your current email address to your Nokia device. You do not have to change your email address.
Nokia Email service enables you to do the following on your Nokia device:
* View, respond, forward, compose and delete emails
* Manage your email inbox, outbox, drafts, and sent folders
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Sony Ericsson appears to have Remixed the T610. A recent leak shows a phone that gives us nostalgic memories. It looks very similar to the T610. Its codename is Remi. It is based on the W890 hardware platform. The thickness is about 10mm, 10.5cm long and 4.7cm wide. The body seems to be made out of aluminium.
It has a 3.2MP camera but lacks autofocus.
Source-Unofficial Sony Ericsson Blog
iPhone 3G Guided tour is out. You can find the video here
Nokia (NYSE: NOK) today announced that Warner Music Group (NYSE: WMG) will make its diverse catalog of new stars and legendary artists available through Nokia Music Stores around the world as well as through Comes With Music, a revolutionary way for people to discover and enjoy music offered uniquely by Nokia.
"Warner Music Group has been a pioneer in developing new digital music business models and we are very pleased to have them supporting both the Nokia Music Store and Comes With Music," said Tero Ojanperä, executive vice president and head of the Nokia Entertainment and Communities business. "Comes With Music enables people to access great content, provides artists to wider exposure with new and existing fans, and creates new revenue for all stakeholders."
"Nokia's Comes With Music service will be a significant step forward in the evolution of digital music. It's the first global initiative to fundamentally align the interests of music companies with telecommunications companies," said Edgar Bronfman, Jr., Warner Music Group's Chairman and CEO. "Through this innovative service and business model, all parties are equally driven to create the best and most comprehensive music offering designed to meet the ever-expanding consumer appetite for music and music-enabled devices."
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