CTIA 2009

Samsung Instinct S30 gets pre-CTIA preview

Samsung Instinct S30 gets pre-CTIA preview

Samsung Korea have prematurely confirmed the existence of the Sprint Instinct S30, the follow-up to the original Sprint Instinct, and given us an official photo of the cellphone too.  Official details of the Instinct S30 - which for a while was known as the Instinct Mini - are still scant, but Samsung have confirmed a 3.2-inch touchscreen.

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MySpace for Windows Mobile set for Summer release

MySpace for Windows Mobile set for Summer release

MySpace and Microsoft have announced that they will collaborate to produce a MySpace for Windows Mobile application, based on Silverlight.  Set to launch this summer, the app will not only offer access to MySpace's main social features, but apparently integrate some of that functionality into the smartphone OS.

 

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Motorola Evoke QA4 on Cricket Wireless

Motorola Evoke QA4 on Cricket Wireless

It doesn't exactly match up to the deluge of AT&T devices announced earlier today, but Cricket Wireless and Motorola have unveiled their latest CDMA device, the Motorola Evoke QA4.  Looking a little like both the iPhone 3G and HTC's Touch, the QA4 has a 2.8-inch 240 x 400 touchscreen, slide-out numeric keypad and EVDO Rev.A.

There's also Bluetooth (with wireless stereo support), 256MB of internal storage and a microSD slot.  The Evoke QA4 has a full HTML browser that works in both landscape and portrait orientations; Motorola have fitted an accelerometer to switch between the two, and there's an on-screen QWERTY keyboard which can be called up in landscape orientation.

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LG GD900 hitting CTIA with multitouch, glass keypad

LG GD900 hitting CTIA with multitouch, glass keypad

LG have confirmed that their transparent-keypad cellphone, the LG GD900, will not only be on show at CTIA Wireless but available to play with.  First shown at Mobile World Congress, there the GD900 was locked in a display cabinet; that meant we were unable to try its 3-inch multitouch touchscreen, S-Class UI, gesture-support or "world's first" transparent glass keypad.

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