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May 2012 Roundup

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31st May 2012

May was a mixed bag when it came to product releases, with several manufacturers coming up with handsets running on a variety of platforms.

Sony

Sony's Android-powered Xperia NXT range continues to grow. The Sony Xperia GX and Xperia SX are two handsets heading for Japan. The waterproof, dust resistant and compact Sony Xperia go demonstrates that you can have a durable handset without the bulk. The powerful Sony Xperia acro S comes with a 12 megapixel camera and is also water resistant.

 Sony Xperia GX
Sony Xperia GX

 Sony Xperia SX
Sony Xperia SX

 Sony Xperia go
Sony Xperia go

 Sony Xperia acro S
Sony Xperia acro S

Samsung

The very highly anticipated Samsung Galaxy S III came to market this month, this will be the Android smartphone that all other manufacturers will try to beat. Samsung haven't forgotten about their other platforms, the Samsung Omnia M is a low-cost addition to their Windows Phone 7.5 range of devices.

 Samsung Galaxy S III
Samsung Galaxy S III

 Samsung Omnia M
Samsung Omnia M

Nokia

Four very closely related phones offering a surprising amount of value for money, the Nokia 110, 111, 112 and 113 are aimed at emerging markets and customers on a very tight budget.

 Nokia 110
Nokia 110

 Nokia 111
Nokia 111

 Nokia 112
Nokia 112

 Nokia 113
Nokia 113

Other Manufacturers

RIM announced the low cost BlackBerry Curve 9320 which should replace the popular Curve 9300. The new HTC Desire C doesn't actually replace the old Desire S, but instead it is almost an entry-level device. The Orange San Diego is significant because it is the first Intel powered smartphone to launch in Europe.

 BlackBerry Curve 9320
BlackBerry Curve 9320

 HTC Desire C
HTC Desire C

 Orange San Diego
Orange San Diego

Other News

Telefónica launched their new TU Me service this month, bringing unified communication to consumers. Finally, we marked ten years of the HTC Wallaby, HTC's first smartphone and the first Windows based "wireless PDA" to market.

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