MWC 2011

SlashGear Morning Wrap-Up: January 24 2011

SlashGear Morning Wrap-Up: January 24 2011

Let our first conversation begin along an Android tip with a story about how Google is “not happy” with Android Market paid-app performance - rumors abound that developers aren't any happier than Google is. Next take a peek incase you didn't get a chance last night at our plans for a total revamp on Android Community. Next have a quick peek at what the streets are calling the Facebook Phone, supposedly made by HTC and being released at Mobile World Congress 2011 in Barcelona - NOTE: we'll be there to let you know! Get ready for iOS 4.3 as apps begin to become approved. See the Internet Everywhere revolution take another step forward as O2 WiFi promises free UK wireless access for all. All this and MORE on SlashGear Morning Wrap-Up!

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HTC Facebook Phones tipped for MWC 2011

HTC Facebook Phones tipped for MWC 2011

HTC is reportedly set to launch two new Facebook-branded smartphones at Mobile World Congress next month, running modified versions of Android and supporting Facebook voice calls and IMs. According to CityAM's unspecified sources, the HTC Facebook phones will use the social network's color scheme and branding, and push the Facebook news feed - complete with messages - to the smartphones' homescreen.

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Samsung Galaxy S2 packs 8MP camera & dual-core Orion CPU tips insider

Samsung Galaxy S2 packs 8MP camera & dual-core Orion CPU tips insider

Samsung isn't exactly holding back when it comes to teasing what it has for MWC 2011 next month, with its "Evolution is Fate" campaign promising a replacement for the best-selling Galaxy S, and spec tidbits continue to leak out of Korea ahead of the big reveal. According to Nocut News, the Samsung Galaxy S2 - internally known as the Samsung Seine - will use the company's new 1GHz Orion processor, based on dual ARM Cortex A9 cores, paired with an 8-megapixel camera and Android 2.3 Gingerbread.

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The Daily Slash: January 19 2011

The Daily Slash: January 19 2011

First, it's WAR over on Android Community as a Moto PR representative basically tells ROM developers to STAY AWAY. Then come back to SlashGear and swallow a submarine for science! Over on Android Community, see an Android Explode an Apple Logo, a Nexus S clad man get crushed by a vending machine, and take a close peek at the Android Chinese God of Wealth! Back on SlashGear, check out a couple of fabulous new Samsung clickers: Samsung ST95, ST90 and ST65, and Samsung ST30 and ST6500. Finally check out on Android Community one of the most helpful Android apps of all time, now a reality: MasterCard's "ATM Hunter." All this and MORE on The Daily Slash.

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Samsung promise new Galaxy Tabs & dual-core Super AMOLED Plus phones for MWC 2011

Samsung promise new Galaxy Tabs & dual-core Super AMOLED Plus phones for MWC 2011

The dust is only just settling on CES 2011, but already Samsung has promised not only new smartphones but new Galaxy Tab tablet models at MWC 2011 next month. According to the Korea Herald, the new handsets will have dual-core processors, run Android 2.3 Gingerbread and pack the same Super AMOLED Plus displays as debuted on Verizon's new Samsung 4G smartphone last week.

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Samsung Galaxy S successor due at MWC 2011

Samsung Galaxy S successor due at MWC 2011

Little surprise, perhaps, but Samsung Korea has apparently confirmed that MWC 2011 will mark the debut of the Samsung Galaxy S successor. According to Korean news site Chosun Ilbo, Samsung confirmed yesterday that the replacement Android smartphone would first be shown in February next year; specifications and launch name haven't been mentioned, but the assumption is that the "Galaxy S2" will feature a dual-core processor, NFC and Android 2.3 Gingerbread.

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Second Windows Phone 7 update due at MWC 2011 tip developers

Second Windows Phone 7 update due at MWC 2011 tip developers

Microsoft is reportedly readying a second Windows Phone 7 update to unveil at Mobile World Congress in February 2011, bringing with it improved multitasking support along with in-app downloads and broader customization options for end users. According to beta-testing developers talking to WinRumors, CEO Steve Ballmer will use his MWC 2011 keynote to launch the new developer APIs, themselves coming on the heels of a January update expected to delivery copy & paste functionality.

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