UPDATED: Waiting for the Evo Shift? here the official Specifications

By: t-marco January 2nd, 2011

HTC Evo Shift is hitting Sprint this January 9th for about 149.99. The HTC EVO Shift is the newest handset in the HTC lineup for Sprint. This device leads the pack with a large 3.7″ capacitive touchscreen. Watching videos and playing games are a breeze with the HTC EVO Shift. It also features a slide-out QWERTY keyboard for easy and quick messaging. The EVO Shift allows you to download videos, browse the web, watch movies, play games and more! You will never be left behind with this speedy device! If you are looking for some official specification, here there are:

HTC EVO Shift :

  • 3.7″  Touchscreen Display
  • Slide-out Full QWERTY Keyboard
  • Android 2.2 OS
  • Up to 4G Data Speeds
  • Up to 32GB of microSD Expansion Memory
  • Camera with Dual LED Flash + Video Capture

Included Accessories:

  • HTC EVO Shift
  • Li-Ion Battery
  • AC adapter
  • USB cable
  • 8GB microSD card
  • Reference material

Android 2.2

Dimensions (H x W x D)4.63 x 2.3 x .47 in

Weight (w/standard battery)4.6 oz

Camera Resolution8.0 Megapixel with flash and front camera.

UPDATE: WALMART ALSO INDICATES A DUAL CAMERA WITH FLASH

Technology CDMA/WiMAX
Voice Frequencies 850/1900
Data Technology WiMAX/WiFi
Data Frequencies 850/1900
3G Yes
Data Throughput Speed WiMAX: 10Mbps
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Again: Sprint and T-Mobile could merge if Sprint moves to LTE

By: t-marco July 13th, 2010

Sprint Nextel, the first U.S. carrier to roll out a 4G network, is considering changing its 4G strategy in a way that could encourage a merger with T-Mobile, according to a July 12 report from the Financial Times.

According to Technology Business Research Analyst Ken Hyers, the rollout of an LTE network would be in keeping with statements Clearwire has made — and would prevent Sprint from being isolated in its technology choice as Verizon and AT&T’s 4G networks go live.

Firefox browser coming with Android flavor in February

By: t-marco January 27th, 2010

Firefox Mozilla is a great browser for Windows and Mac OS. But when are they going to release a mobile phone version (besides Maemo on the Nokia N900). Now, according with  German Mozilla community website, Firefox is  preparing the first Beta (Fennec) for Android and it is going to be released  in February. Additionally, Google Labs has listed a Labs Night Meeting  Jan 26th, where they will discuss their mobile strategy and demonstrate the FireFox for Android Beta.  We are just looking forward to see how the FireFox runs on the Android, later on, compare it with other browsers like Dolphin or Safari (iPhone).

Skype is preparing to land on Blackberry devices.. soon?

By: t-marco January 15th, 2010

blackberry skype

Skype is already available on the iPhone and Android devices as the G1 or myTouch 3G. However, out there, are many  Blackberry users still waiting Skype to be released. According with Cnet, Skype hasn’t forgotten of Blackberry users. Back in May 2009, a beta version of Skype ( only available for some Blackberry users ) was released. That version had some problems with SMS, or transfering files. Now a better version would be release eventually. We just need to wait and wait. Come one Skype, as a Blackberry user, we want to make VoiP calls too!.

Dolphin browser adds multitouch.

By: t-marco November 30th, 2009

dolphin-browser-android

The new Dolphin browser is not only available in the Samsung Star or the new Samsung T949 for T-Mobile. Dolphin is also available for Android phone but now, is adding the multi touch capability only now for the Droid, we just hope to get this application in one of 2 phones that T-Mobile carries, like the Motorola Cliq or My touch 3G.

BlackBerry Messenger 5.0 Available for Download Tomorrow

By: t-marco October 6th, 2009

Blackberry Messenger

RIM has just announced that the latest build of Blackberry Messenger version 5.0  will be available tomorrow, October 7th! BlackBerry Messenger 5.0 will feature enhanced SMS, avatars, large media file transfers, a  bar-code identity feature, and more. 

T-Mobile-Sprint merge… Forget about it!

By: t-marco September 16th, 2009

Sprint - T-Mobile merge... not

Earlier this week, CPS told you about the “Crazy Idea” of Deutsche Telekom to buy Sprint-Nextel with a bid of $10.6 Bn  Apparently, the plan was to acquire the company, then somehow integrate 3 different Networks (GSM, CDMA and iDEN) creating after the merge, a bigger, stronger, super carrier.

Android 1.6 coming in October

By: t-marco September 15th, 2009

Android 1.6

Android 1.6 SDK is available for download. Android 1.6, which is based on the donut branch from the Android Open Source Project, introduces a number of new features and technologies.