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June 2009 Roundup
30th June 2009
A busy month for Samsung and Sony Ericsson, and the all-important new Apple iPhone was announced too.
A new iPhone is always news, and the Apple iPhone 3G S is just the third model in the range. It's faster and better specified than previous handsets, but it still carries a premium price tag. Although they all look slightly different from the back, from the front they are almost identical.. which is good news for owners of older iPhones!
At the top end of the range, the Samsung M8910 Pixon 12 will probably be the first 12 megapixel camera phone to market. Alongside this is another high-end touchscreen, the Windows-based Samsung Omnia II I8000. The Samsung Jet S8000 is another high-end smartphone, said to be the fastest touchscreen phone on the market. Then there's the Samsung Omnia Pro B7610 which adds a slide-out QWERTY keypad to the touchscreen mix.. and then there's yet another touchscreen phone with the inexpensive Samsung Omnia Lite B7300. Thankfully, there is a bit of variety this month with the BlackBerry-style Samsung Omnia Pro B7320 and finally the solar-powered Samsung Crest Solar E1107 targets an utterly different market.
Nokia usually have something to show, and this month saw three very different phones. The Nokia E72 is another BlackBerry-style messaging device, the Nokia 5530 XpressMusic is a value-for-money touchscreen media device, and finally the Nokia 3710 Fold is a very inexpensive but capable clamshell phone.
Sony Ericsson went a bit green this month - the midrange Sony Ericsson Naite and the Cyber-shot branded Sony Ericsson C901 GreenHeart promised to be kinder to the environment than most phones. Then there's the Sony Ericsson T715 slider, a useful if dull midrange phone.
The HTC Hero could be considered to be the first "second generation" Android handset, and it certainly looks a bit different from other touchscreen phones. Finally LG showed off the Windows Mobile LG GM730 which also features a touchscreen. Perhaps next month will some non-touchscreen phones?
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