Sony Ericsson Xperia Play. Here we are with the preview of the first PlayStation-certified phone aka PlayStation Phone. It’s big, bulky, fast and can indeed play PSP games!
We have only spent a little while with the Xperia Play yet, but from what we see, this device comes almost on par with the Xperia Arc (XPERIA Arc Preview). Soon, we will take the XPERIA devices: X10, Arc and Play, head-to-head with each other in a comparison.
Sony Ericsson XPERIA Arc is one of the most gorgeous handsets I have ever used – and is available out in the market. It was announced at MWC11 this year and was launched in UK around a week ago.
This is the latest flagship device from Sony Ericsson, which is also the successor to XPERIA X10. Talking about the X10, Sony Ericsson managed it quite well to mess up that phone with a very late launch, delayed OS upgrades etc. and we hope they don’t do the same with the Arc.
Samsung Galaxy S2 is the next big thing from Samsung, which was unveiled at a Samsung Unpacked event last month at MWC’11. This phone features the next-gen hardware, like the dual-core processor, 1 GB RAM etc.
Our first impressions of the Galaxy S2 have been really, really good. The Super AMOLED Plus display totally blows! It has a contrast ratio that could kill your eyes (just kidding!). Amazing screen! Much, much better than the original Galaxy S’ Super AMOLED display.
In yesterday’s HTC lineup update, they also announced the new HTC Wildfire S – with a slight redesign, higher screen resolution and ofcourse, the new Android 2.3 update on it.
Just like the updated HTC Desire S, HTC Wirldfire S doesn’t bring any big changes either. All it does is up the screen resolution to 320×480 and brings Android 2.3 to the same old hardware.
HTC announced several new Android-based devices today, starting their updated lineup of phones from the HTC Desire series – HTC Desire S.
HTC Desire S has been announced at MWC’11 which is powered by the Qualcomm’s new 1GHz Snapdragon MSM8255 processor and now has a 3.7-inch display screen.
Samsung announced the new Galaxy S II at the Samsung Unpacked event in Barcelona, Spain on the February 13th, just a day before the official kick-off of the Mobile World Congress 2011.
Galaxy S II is the successor to the Galaxy S, an Android phone based on the latest Gingerbread OS. It is expected to launch later this month.
Yes, this is the new upcoming Samsung Galaxy S2 press image, leaked just a day before the official announcement is to be made.
Samsung Galaxy S2 press shot was first spotted by MovePlayer, but that image was too blurry and not much was made out from it. But a little spy work led Samsung Hub to capture the high-resolution press image of the Samsung Galaxy S2.