New Upcoming Mobile Phones for December 2008 ~ Cell Phone Reviews

New Upcoming Mobile Phones for December 2008


Written on 12/03/2008 02:34:00 PM by poison_ivy

Yep, it's the first week of December and time to round up those upcoming phones that will be released this month.

Blackberry Storm

Vodafone already has the Blackberry Storm in its lineup. The Blackberry Storm is RIM's first touchscreen phone and is on the top of the list of iPhone killers with its innovative clickthrough interface and capacitive touch screen. Key Features include: 3G/HSDPA, WiFi, Bluetooth, 3.25 inch touchscreen, 624Mhz processor, 128MB RAM, microSD slot, 3 megapixel camera, and GPS.

Motorola ROKR EM35

The Motorola ROKR EM35 has just been recently announced. It's just your basic phone and key features include: FM radio, 3.1 megapixel camera, Stereo Bluetooth, MicroSD slot, Quadband, 2.2 inch screen, Crystal Talk Technology, all in a slider form factor.

HP iPAQ voice messenger
I guess HP is still into making windows mobile phones. This HP iPAQ voice messenger runs on windows mobile 6.1 in a candy bar form factor, has 528MHz processor and 128MB of RAM.

Motorola Moto Q11

Another windows mobile phone that will be released this December is the Motorola Moto Q11. The Moto Q11 runs on windows mobile 6.1, has WiFi, Bluetooth, and GPS. I don't know why Motorola is so slow in releasing their mobile phones. I mean, the Samsung i780 has been released so many months ago and probably costs cheaper nowadays considering they have similar specs. Anyways, if you're a Motorola fan, you might get into the Q11.

Nokia 7100 SuperNova

Nokia promises to release the Nokia 7100 SuperNova sometime during the fourth quarter of 2008 so expect it around the end of December. The Nokia 7100 SuperNova is a simple mobile phone with a slider form factor. Features are also pretty basic with a 1.3 megapixel camera and an FM radio. The Nokia 7100 SuperNova supports Share on Ovi and has a built in web browser.

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