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July 2009 Roundup

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31st July 2009

The summer is here, so we usually expect product launches to quieten down. A lot of the phones we saw this month were aimed at the US, rather than Europe.

Samsung

The Samsung Gravity 2 is a normal looking phone with a slide-out QWERTY keyboard, but the Samsung Comeback is a slightly squashed looking messaging device, both are exclusive to T-Mobile USA. A completely different handset is the Samsung S9110 Watch Phone which is rumoured to be heading to France.

 Samsung Gravity 2
Samsung Gravity 2

 Samsung Comeback
Samsung Comeback

 Samsung S9110 Watch Phone
Samsung S9110

Nokia

The Nokia 3720 Classic is billed as Nokia's toughest phone ever, but it looks surprisingly normal. The Nokia Surge is another messaging device, this time heading to AT&T in the US. Almost (but not quite) identical is the Nokia 6760 Slide which is heading to Europe.

 Nokia 3720 Classic
Nokia 3720 Classic 

 Nokia Surge
Nokia Surge

 Nokia 6760 Classic
Nokia 6760 Classic 

LG

Yet another messaging device, the LG GW300 looks like a BlackBerry Curve 8300 from two years ago, and it fails to impress. The LG BL40 Chocolate is a different matter, featuring an 800 pixel widescreen display in a drop dead gorgeous package.

 

 LG GW330
LG GW330

 LG BL40 Chocolate
LG BL40 Chocolate 

Other Manufacturers

The Motorola Karma QA1 is yet another squashed looking messaging phone aimed at the US, this time heading for AT&T. T-Mobile showed off their version of the HTC Magic with the T-Mobile myTouch 3G, another US-only phone. Coming from the US is the GSM version of the Palm Pre, one of the most anticipated phones so far this year. Finally, we were underwhelmed by the BlackBerry Curve 8520 which seemed to be not much better that the original Curve 8300.

 Motorola Karma QA1
Motorola Karma QA1

 T-Mobile myTouch 3G
T-Mobile myTouch 3G

 Palm Pre
Palm Pre

 BlackBerry Curve 8520
BlackBerry Curve 8520

Goodbyes

This month we said farewell to the Nokia 6300, one of Nokia's best-selling phones ever. We also waved goodbye to Hyundai Mobile.. but we hope that they might come back some day.

 Nokia 6300
Nokia 6300

 Hyundai Mobile
Hyundai Mobile


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