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NTT DoCoMo Windows 7 smartphone F-07C gets official

NTT DoCoMo Windows 7 smartphone F-07C gets official

The number of smartphones on the market today continues to grow at a very impressive rate. It seems like each time you check the news, there are a few more smartphones coming to the market. With all the smartphones that are available to users, makers and carriers need to do something to set their devices apart from the others out there. A smartphone called the F-07C that is branded as the Fujitsu Loox has surfaced, and it has an interesting feature that sets it apart from the masses.

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Sharp Aquos Phone SH-12C surfaces with 3D video and photo capability

Sharp Aquos Phone SH-12C surfaces with 3D video and photo capability

There are a lot of consumers that are aware of 3D TV and have still not adopted, many people are waiting for the tech to get cheaper and for 3D to advance to the point where you don't need glasses, or can at least use cheap passive glasses. Sharp is one of the companies in the TV world that has a large line of Aquos 3D sets. Sharp is also getting 3D tech into other types of products and has unveiled a new smartphone that does 3D.

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Japan pre-orders on LG Optimus Pad start March 15

Japan pre-orders on LG Optimus Pad start March 15

One of the more interesting of the new and coming Android tablets to me is the LG Optimus Pad. The little tablet has some interesting features like an 8.9-inch screen putting it between devices like the iPad and the Galaxy Tab in size. It also packs a powerful NVIDIA Tegra 2 dual-core processor inside.

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7.7mm NEC MEDIAS E-04C Android smartphone bests chubby Arc and Galaxy S II

7.7mm NEC MEDIAS E-04C Android smartphone bests chubby Arc and Galaxy S II

How skinny is too skinny? NEC obviously reckons Android smartphones aren't quite slender enough, since the new NEC MEDIAS E-04C is a waifish 7.7mm at its slimmest point. Packing Android 2.2 Froyo and, according to Draft life with blog, headed to Japanese carrier NTT DoCoMo later this month, the MEDIAS E-04C usurps Samsung's Galaxy S II, a comparatively tubby 8.49mm, and the Sony Ericsson XPERIA Arc, a bloated, corpulent 8.9mm.

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