Today, FCC leaked not one but actually 2 CDMA phones from Motorola. The name is unknown but this new Motorola will have 2 version. One (M1) only with 800 and 1900 CDMA, probably hitting Sprint or Verizon/Alltel. The M2, besides the 800 and 1900, will carry the 1700 AWS for Cricket or MetroPCS.
AT&T is also getting new phones from HTC. So far, we just have founded 2 New HTC phones coming to AT&T. The HTC Topaz is an AT&T customize version of the HTC Diamond. Probably will have 3G and Wifi, GPS and more.
Wow, this is huge, A complete 2009 line-up leaked from HTC. Here are many new models coming to AT&T, T-Mobile, Sprint and Verizon. For now, i am going to show you the coming devices for T-Mobile.
Few days ago T-mobile and Blackbery announced the new Blackberry Curve 8900. Now, spending the last day at CES, we finally got the opportunity to play with the new @Home phone for T-mobile. The Blackberry 8900 does not have 3G, but that doesn’t mean the BlackBerry Curve 8900 doesn’t have a lot going for it. It looks and feels more modern than your dusty old Curve, and it features a higher res screen (480 x 360 pixels), faster processor (512-MHz), and sharper camera (3.2-mP).
The Nokia 7510 Supernova is part of the new Nokia Supernova range, featuring a mix of bold colors and an of-the-moment design, evoking the allure of the latest statement handbags or must-have sunglasses.
Today FCC showed us another Samsung phone coming to AT&T. Few days ago, it was the Samsung A657, now, is going to be the Samsung A877.