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How if Nokia mix with android 2.3 GingerBread... See it now !

Lots of people, us included, are still wondering what could have been if Nokia had gone for Android rather than WP7 as their main platform. Well thanks to a leaked prototype today we have the chance to get a glimpse of that alternative universe, where Nokia likes its smartphones full of green droids.
The prototype resembles the recently announced N9 and the Nokia WP7 prototype that we saw yesterday. It is running on a stock version of Android 2.3 Gingerbread, but judging by the size of those icons its resolution might be higher than WVGA.

АA Nokia prototype running on Android
Now there's always the chance that the images could be fake. Yet they come from the same source that brought us Nokia's first WP7 device back in May, which turned out real yesterday we feel we can trust him on this one too. In the end, we will never know what it could have been, so this leak could be as much a closure as we are going to get.

Archos G9 Tablet Review ! with android 3.1

Archos 101 G9 Android tablet
The new Archos 80 G9 and Archos 101 G9 tablets will sport Android 3.1, 8- and 10.1-inch screen sizes, 1.5 GHz processors - and hard drives.

Device maker Archos unveiled its the Archos 80 G9 and the Archos 101 G9 in Paris today, the company’s latest Android tablet offerings. Clearly aimed at digital media and entertainment fans, the main distinction between the G9 tablets is their screen size: the 80 sports an 8-inch 1.024 by 768-pixel display, while the 101 kicks out to 1,280 by 800 pixels and (you guessed it) 10.1 inches.
Under the hood, both G9 tablets offer a dual-core OMAP 4 (ARM Cortex A9) processors running at 1.5 GHz, which makes the devices some of the more-powerful Android devices announced to date. The G9′s will also sport the tablet-optimized Android 3.1 Honeycomb, and sport HDMI output with 1080p media playback. And users will be able to pack a lot of media onto the devices, since they rely on new 250 GB 7mm super-slim hard drives from Seagate rather than flash storage: Seagate claims the drives put 250 GB of storage in customers’ hands at the price of 32 GB of flash. The move also makes the Archos G9′s the first handheld tablet computers with hard drives.
The G9 tablets also offer 802.11 Wi-Fi, support for Adobe Flash and the Android Market, along with a full-sized USB port—Archos is also touting a new G9 3G WWAN stick that will offer pay-as-you-go 3G mobile broadband access.
Archos says the G9 tablets will be available at the end of September, with tha Archos 80 G9 going for $279 and the Archos 101 G9 carrying a $349 price tag. The optional G9 3G WWAN Stick will be on sale for another $49.
Archos 80 G9

Samsung Chromebook Series 5 Full Review + Photo

Cloud computing is a term we've heard with increasing frequency recently.
It's the idea that our usual computing tasks are not run by the hardware in our computers, but instead on powerful servers connected to your machine via the internet.
Operating systems on netbooks and laptops are still firmly tethered to the hardware, with Windows 7 and Linux distros being the OSes of choice. Into this fray comes Google's Chrome OS, an operating system designed to drag laptops and netbooks into the cloud.
The machines that run Chrome OS are known as Chromebooks, and Samsung is ahead of the pack by releasing the first Chromebook in the UK – the Samsung Chromebook Series 5.
For more information on what Chrome OS is all about, check out our guide: Google Chromebooks - what you need to know.
samsung chromebook
As the first of its kind with no immediate competitors - an Acer Chromebook has been announced by Google but Acer has yet to confirm if we will see it in the UK - the Samsung Chromebook faces some interesting challenges.
samsung chromebook
While it launches with no other competition from Chromebooks, it's currently solely responsible for persuading consumers to move from the more familiar Windows operating system to Chrome's browser-based interface, and to encourage early adopters to embrace the new technology.
The Samsung Chromebook Series 5 also needs to set the bar for what we can expect from this new breed of computer.
samsung chromebook

Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 Full Hands-on + Review + movie + photo

Welcome to the top spot, Samsung.

The outstanding Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 Honeycomb tablet is lighter and a hair thinner than the Apple iPad 2, and has a smaller footprint than either the Motorola Xoom or the Acer Iconia Tab A500, which are heavier and bulkier than most tablets.

The Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 is a major contender.
We reviewed the short-lived Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1V already, but that thicker and heavier device has since been discontinued (It looked as if Vodafone might pick up the 10.1V tab but it is now waiting to release the newer 10.1 model).

The only other important players in the tablet market, are the brilliant 10.1-inch Asus Eee Pad Transformer as well as the BlackBerry PlayBook and the HTC Flyer, which are both so-so 7-inch models.
Oh, and keep your eye on the HP TouchPad which goes on sale in the UK next month. The Galaxy Tab 10.1 is currently slated to go on sale in the UK at the end of July/beginning of August.
samsung galaxy tab 10.1
So what sets the Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 apart? For starters, this is one light and thin tablet. At just 8.6mm, it is 0.2mm thinner than the iPad 2. And you know what? At 565g it's also 36g lighter.
It's as though someone at Samsung sat down and demanded that the 10.1 have world-beating raw system specs.
samsung galaxy tab 10.1
The Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 is a marvel of engineering, given its size. Holding one in your hand, you might mistake it for a truncated version of a Samsung LED HDTV, which are also market leaders. There's a slight edge around the screen that is not touch enabled, a silver edge, and an all-white back.
samsung galaxy tab 10.1
The device just feels right. Unlike the Acer Iconia A500 and the Motorola Xoom, the Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 finds that ideal balance between a pick-up-and go e-book reader such as the Amazon Kindle 3 and a 10-inch tablet that's perfect for watching movies on a long car trip.
By including Android Honeycomb (version 3.1 to be exact) Samsung has also one-upped the competition (though 3.1 has also already landed on the Transformer). The point release includes a few new additions. You can resize widgets and scroll through open apps in the pop-up thumbnails for the "recent apps" list.
samsung galaxy tab 10.1
The Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 doesn't have a USB port, so it doesn't take advantage of the new Android 3.1 feature to support USB-connected peripherals which is a shame, but that's not the direction Samsung is going with this tablet. This is all about pick-up-and-go functionality and portability.
Samsung actually downgraded the built-in camera on the Galaxy Tab 10.1 compared to the Galaxy Tab 10.1V, which had an 8MP rear camera. Still, the new model has a 3MP rear camera, which is three times higher than the Apple iPad 2's camera. There's also a front-facing 2MP camera.
There are quite a few interesting perks and additions on this tablet. Some may seem underwhelming at first, but as a whole they give Apple a good run for the prize.
samsung galaxy tab 10.1

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Sony Ericsson Xperia Active review !!! a dustproof and water resistant Xperia Phone !

XperiaTM active

XperiaTM active is also a different kind of smartphone compared to the earlier phones in the Xperia family. While it packs a full feature set of Android Gingerbread, a 3 inch 320×480 Reality Display with Mobile BRAVIA® engine and a 5MP camera with HD-video recording etc it also is dustproof and water resistant. The resistance to dust and water meets the standard of IP67 which is described like this:
“According to International Protection Rating. IP67 implies that when the phone is correctly mounted to maintain its dust and water resistant qualities, there is no ingress of dust (digit 6) and that ingress of water (digit 7) in harmful quantity shall not be possible if the device is dropped in fresh water under up to 1 m of submersion for a duration of maximum 30 minutes.”
You can find more information in the IP rating standard here:
What this really means is that XperiaTM active is the smartphone that you don’t have to be as careful with as previous ones. You can use it for an active live, out running in the rain etc without being worried that your phone will be damaged from it. If you’re not the active type there are of course also lots of other situations where a more resistant phone comes in handy, me being a lucky father of two little girls can definitely see a case for it besides exercising in the rain :-)
The scratch resistant screen also uniquely incorporates wet finger tracking, to ensure the phone works perfectly when either the screen or your fingers are wet.
Besides that it also is a beautiful smartphone which really gives a feeling of sturdyness to it even though it has basically the same form factor as the previously announced XperiaTM mini.
Remember, most of our phones, including XperiaTM active, also features ANT+ which makes it possible for you to connect a compliant heart rate monitor directly to your phone to monitor your heart rate in lots of different exercise applications out there.
Here’s a video of XperiaTM active:

Sony Ericsson Ray- a facebook inside Xperia phone with mobile BRAVIA Engine and Exmor R camera technology

Want to get the lowdown on the sleek and stylish Sony Ericsson Xperia Xperia ray. Featuring HD video recording, Reality display with mobile BRAVIA Engine and Exmor R camera technology all running on the latest version of Google Android Gingerbread. 

Sony Ericsson Xperia X10 can update to Android 2.3.3 Gingerbread on Summer !

Back in March we announced that we are working on a Gingerbread update for XperiaTM X10. Our developers have been working hard on this and the work has progressed well. Development and testing is still ongoing and the current plan is start the roll-out in the beginning of August.

For more information on what to expect from this update please re-visit theoriginal post from back in March, most of it is still valid:
A few things have changed since then.
First of all – we’ve seen your feedback about losing some of the camera features of the original XperiaTM X10. Our developers have been working on it and I can now confirm that also the Gingerbread version of the X10 software will keep the original camera UI as in the Éclair version. I can also confirm that the new Facebook inside XperiaTM functionality introduced in the 2011 XperiaTM products will also be in the XperiaTM X10. More info on what it is and what it does at:
As said in March most of the 2011 XperiaTM software functionality from e.g. XperiaTM arc will be included. The UI with the desktop layout and pinch-to-overview gesture will be similar and Gingerbread features like Wi-Fi & USB tethering, App storage on SD-card etc are included. Also the customizable horizontal app tray and the media experience widgets from the 2011 XperiaTM Products are in, including an integrated equalizer in the music player. Of course also apps that require Android versions 2.2 or 2.3 will now be possible to download from Android Market, e.g. Adobe flash.
One difference compared to the 2011 products is that DLNA will not be included. Extra type approvals were needed for that and we were unable to prioritize that without jeopardizing the time schedule. There are both server and client alternatives downloadable from Android market though.
For XperiaTM X10 mini, mini pro and X8 there are as communicated earlier no plans to update beyond the current Éclair version. There are two mains reasons for this: The XperiaTM X10 mini, X10 mini pro and X8 all have less RAM memory than XperiaTM X10. By this we can’t guarantee a good user experience by upgrading beyond Android 2.1. The upgrade of XperiaTM X10 also was made possible due to that we had a code base that mostly could be reused. For the mini’s, who have a different user interface, this possibility did not exist.
With regards to the roll-out plan, as said back in March, this will first and foremost be made available to generic trade kits. Even if there will be some operator kits getting this upgrade, as said before – some of you will not be able to upgrade your customized version of XperiaTM X10.
I’ve recorded the hands-on video below to give you a view of what it looks like. Let me know in the comments section if there are follow-up questions or certain use cases you want me to go through!

First 7-inch Android 3.2 tablet with dual core 1.2GHz Qualcomm CPU- Huawei MediaPad

It's here folks -- the planet's first Android 3.2 tablet. Huawei just introduced a downright luscious new slate over in Singapore, with CommunicAsia being the launchpad for the 7-inch MediaPad. It's the first high-profile 7-inch tablet we've seen in quite some time, and somehow or another, it's managed to leapfrog most of the currently shipping Honeycomb tablets with a build of Android we've only ever joked about. Huawei tells us that Honeycomb 3.2 is essentially the same as 3.1, but specifically tailored to 7-inch tablets as opposed to 10-inch. Packed within the MediaPad's 10.5mm shell, there's a 217 pixels-per-inch IPS capacitive touchpanel, GPS, 1.3 megapixel front-facing camera, 5 megapixel rear-facing camera, 802.11n WiFi, a battery good for around six hours of life and a bona fide racehorse as a processor: a dual-core 1.2GHz chip from Qualcomm. If all goes well, it'll ship in the United States in Q3 2011.

It's a fair bit chunkier than the newfangled Galaxy Tab 10.1 (8.6mm), but still slimmer than the original Tab, which clocked in at 11.98mm. It weighs in at 390g (0.86 pounds), supports full 1080p playback, includes HSPA+ (14.4Mbps) 3G support, offers 8GB of internal storage (as well as a microSD slot) and comes pre-loaded with Facebook, Twitter, Let's Golf and Documents To Go. There's also a Bluetooth module, an HDMI output for catching those high-def flicks on the go, and the Flash 10.3 player ensures that those websites won't be a problem. Unfortunately, the company's left a great deal to the imagination -- like pricing, which is being "sorted with retail partners and providers" -- and all we've got for system RAM is a promise that it's "working with partners on specifics." Oddly enough, the company has "no current plans" to produce a WiFi-only model, which definitely puts a damper on those who aren't interested in ponying for carrier data. You can bet we'll be digging for more, but even with the surrounding mystery, calling us "excited" would be a severe understatement.

Sony Ericsson Xperia Duo, a dual core SE Xperia Phone.. now LEAKS.. a HOT PHONE !

The Sony Ericsson army of droids smartphones is about to welcome its most powerful soldier yet. Promo photos of the yet unofficial dual-core Sony Ericsson Xperia Duo just surfaced online so we are probably nearing a real announcement.

At this point there's not much we can tell you about the Xperia Duo specs sheet, but the source claims that the screen is larger than the one of the Arc and is probably measuring 4.5" in diagonal. There's no mention of the Bravia engine, but chances are that it will be on board.

The nature of the Sony Ericsson Xperia Duo dual-core CPU remains a mystery. Qualcomm is the most likely supplier as it has had a successful partnership with Sony Ericsson for quite some time now. Yet the Tegra 2 has been getting increasingly popular among smartphone manufacturers recently so there's an outside chance that Sony Ericsson will make a switch.

Now with promo materials (like the one photographed here) already being printed it's quite probable that the Swedish-Japanese joint venture will officially unveil the Xperia Duo smartphone in the very near future and then we will get all our questions answered. Here's hoping!

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HTC EVO 3D review + hands-on with photo and video !

The first time we saw the rumored Supersonic we were blown away. HTC and Google had just wowed us with the Nexus One, and here we were looking at something even better -- a 4.3-inch phone with WiMAX wrapped in a white body. This prototype was buggy and had abysmal battery life, but it was real. Four months later it landed in our hands at Google I/O. We're of course talking about the EVO 4G which went on to become a runaway hit for HTC and Sprint as the first ever 4G smartphone in the US. And here we are a year later with the HTC EVO 3D, the legitimate heir to Sprint's mobile kingdom -- at least until the Motorola Photon 4G comes along. When we first played with the 3D-capable handset at CTIA we were suitably impressed, but we left with a lot of unanswered questions. How do the 1.2GHz dual core processor and qHD display affect battery life? Is 3D a compelling feature or just a gimmick? What is 2D camera performance like with the lower specced camera? Is the EVO 3D a worthy replacement for the EVO 4G? Find out in our review after the break.


Sony launched Music Unlimited Service for all Android Phone !

Sony has launched its cloud-based Music Unlimited service for all Android phones, bringing unlimited subscription streaming and access to your own music library.

Music Unlimited powered by Qriocity is a free app now available to download from the Android Market and will offer over 7-million tracks that can be instantly streamed to any Android device over Wi-Fi and 3G.
As well as the all-you-can-eat Spotify-style model, users can also upload their own tracks to the web-based service and stream them to the device.


COMPARISON of SMART PHONE OS. iOS 5 vs Android 2.3 (Gingerbread) vs Windows Phone 7 (Mango) vs Blackberry 7 OS

iOS 5
Sure, Lion and iCloud are big news, but, for the millions of iPhone users out there, the real news at the center of the Apple's WWDC conference was iOS 5, equipped with cutting-edge (though, in some cases, strangely familiar) notifications, messaging, and cable-free connectivity. These goodies—andhundreds of other (unspecified) features—now available in developer release, won't appear until the fall, perhaps at the same time as a new iPhone. It seems like just about all the competition –Android, Windows Phone 7, and BlackBerry—will be releasing new versions between now and then, too.

Using Apple's release as the baseline, I've pulled out 13 of the most exciting new features of iOS 5. The iPhone—and iOS 5—will face three popular challengers this fall. Each of these contenders will a bit sprier by the iOS 5 debut: Microsoft will deliver Windows Phone 7 Mango in Q4; Blackberry OS 7 alsoought to be available; and Android 2.3 Gingerbread will be ubiquitous, with Android 3.1 Ice Cream should be served up for the holidays. How will iOS stack up?
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Below I've charted the results as simply as I can, but be advised there are nuances to particular comparisons. For example, in call cases there are plenty of third-party apps that may fill in gaps. Furthermore, when it comes to Android, OEMs tend to skin the phones (albeit with mixed results), often adding additional functionality to the stock version of Android. In order for any sort of comparison to work, I'm looking at what you get out of the box on stock versions of each mobile OS. Check out the table first, and then take a look at my explanations of each category and the caveats that go with it.
Smartphone OS preview: iOS 5 vs. Android 2.3 Gingerbread vs. Windows Phone 7 Mango vs. Blackberry 7

When iPhone 4 mix with android? what will it be?

can u imagine when iPhone 4 mix with android?

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NEW ANGRY BIRD RIO carnival Episode... MORE BIRDS HERE !!!

Calling all Angry Birds players!  If you've "3 starred" all the levels in Angry Birds Rio, you have some more work to do.  Amazon has released an update via their Appstore for Android bringing the current version to 1.2.0.  Well what's new in this update?
  • A whole new episode! It's time to Samba!
  • 15 all-new levels
  • New bird type

Motorola Triumph for Virgin Mobile Review !!

We spent a little time with the newly announced Motorola Triumph for Virgin Mobile at its New York launch event. We have to say we liked what we saw. Sure, the Triumph isn’t the latest Nvidia Tegra 2 dual-core super phone like the Motorola Photon 4G. Still, it sports a big 4.1-inch screen and looked nimble enough running its clean build of Android.
During our quick demonstration, we observed that the Triumph’s large 4.1-inch (800 x 400) LCD display looks bright, if not particularly hi-res. Equipped with a 1GHz CPU (probably a Snapdragon), the phone’s stock version of Android 2.2 Froyo seemed responsive. We also saw the device outputting 720p video to an HDTV and playback was smooth to our eyes. Not bad for an Android device on a pre-paid, no contract network. Still, it’s a 3G not 4G phone. Check out the videos under the cut and see how the Triumph measures up.

Hit the break for a full minute of a hands-on demo from the source.

TOP 5 Tablet COMPARISON !! see which one suitable

A year ago, the iPad was pretty much the only tablet in town. Now there are plenty of compelling choices for students, whether you’re looking for a compact 7-inch slate that lets you take notes with a pen or a tablet that docks with a keyboard for faster typing. Of course, the iPad 2 remains the top seller for a reason, and Apple’s thinner and faster sequel will get even better this fall with the iOS 5 update.

Apple iPad 2

It’s even thinner (0.34 inches) and lighter (1.34 pounds) than before, and now it also has front- and rear-facing cameras for making FaceTime calls oand recording videos. Yes, Apple’s tablet remains the device to beat. The dual-core A5 processor really flies, and the 9.7-inch, 1024 x 768 IPS display offers the best viewing angles. And with more than 90,000 apps ready to download, no one can touch Apple when it comes to apps. Up next: The iOS 5 update coming this fall will offer a ton of new features, including an improved notification system, tabbed browsing, Twitter integration, and iTunes in the cloud.

ASUS Eee Pad Transformer

For those who like the portability of tablets but prefer to do their typing on a real keyboard, the Transformer is the answer. By itself, this attractive 10-inch Android 3.1 slate powered by an Nvidia Tegra 2 processor costs $399—the cheapest on the block. But when you add the $199 keyboard dock, you’ve got an even more powerful combo that weighs just 2.8 pounds. The tablet comes with two USB ports for connecting peripherals and mini HDMI for connecting it to a larger screen. The 1280 x 800 IPS panel delivers crisp visuals, and a battery in the dock means you’ll see up to 16 hours of battery life.
$399 for tablet, $199 for dock

HP TouchPad

The first webOS tablet from HP gives the iPad a run for its money in the features department. The TouchPad sports a crisp and bright 9.7-inch display, a fast 1.2-GHz dual-core Qualcomm Snapdragon processor, and a front-facing camera for video chats. But students will appreciate the software even more, which makes it a cinch to multitask and lets you post social-networking updates right from the home screen. Thinking of getting a webOS phone? Tap to Share lets you exchange info, such as web pages, just by tapping your handset to the TouchPad. Add in Beats Audio and you have one versatile slate for work and play.

HTC Flyer

Ever since tablets first hit the market, we’ve been clamoring for one that lets you take notes using a stylus. The 7-inch Flyer is the first to do so, and while it’s not perfect—and the pen costs an extra $80—this slate has plenty to offer students. Your handwritten notes sync with Evernote online, and you can record audio while you use the pen. We also like HTC’s Sense interface, the speedy 1.5-GHz processor, and the Flyer’s sturdy aluminum design.

Nook Color

The ideal tablet for students also looking for an eReader, the Nook Color has a 7-inch LCD touchscreen that provides an attractive interface for accessing the Barnes & Noble catalog (including magazines and newspapers) and surfing the web. You can easily highlight passages and take notes, and the Nook Color lets students loan books to classmates, as well as share what they’re reading on Facebook and Twitter. At 8.1 x 5.0 x 0.5 inches and about 16 ounces, this tablet take up a lot less space than that bulky hardcover, too.

Samsung Galaxy S Pro Full Review- camera, gallery, messaging, specification, user interface, and etc


It’s a Galaxy S facelift with just enough of a speed boost to make it 2011 ready. It has a 1.4 GHz Snapdragon processor and the latest version of Android: 2.3.3 Gingerbread. The Samsung I9001 Galaxy S Plus is heading to Russia under the name of Galaxy S 2011 Edition but will probably reach other markets too.

Samsung I9000 Galaxy S Plus official shots
It makes sense to play this card once again, with probably enough people willing to go for a flagship without busting the piggy bank. And the Galaxy S Plus is a flagship through and through, make no mistake. It’s just not this year’s flagship.
This one met a couple of dual core predators and lived to tell the story. It may’ve been a near death experience alright but the Samsung I9001 Galaxy S Plus has nothing to be ashamed of.

Samsung I9001 Galaxy S Plus at a glance:

  • General: GSM 850/900/1800/1900 MHz, UMTS 900/1900/2100 MHz, HSDPA 14.4 Mbps, HSUPA 5.76 Mbps
  • Form factor: Touchscreen bar phone
  • Dimensions: 122.4 x 64.2 x 9.9 mm, 119 g
  • Display: 4.0" 16M-color WVGA (480 x 800 pixels) SuperAMOLED capacitive touchscreen, Gorilla Glass
  • CPU: 1.4 GHz Scorpion processor, Qualcomm MSM8255T Snapdragon
  • GPU: Adreno 205 GPU
  • RAM: 512 MB
  • OS: Android 2.3.3 (Gingerbread)
  • Memory: 8 GB storage, microSD card slot (up to 32 GB)
  • Camera: 5 megapixel auto-focus camera with face and smile detection, touch focus; HD (720p) video recording at 30fps, front-facing VGA camera, video calls
  • Connectivity: Wi-Fi b/g/n, Wi-Fi hotspot, Bluetooth 3.0+HS, standard microUSB port,
  • GPS receiver with A-GPS, 3.5mm audio jack, FM radio, TV out
  • Misc: TouchWiz 3.0 UI, DivX/XviD codec support, built-in accelerometer, multi-touch input, proximity sensor, Swype text input
Samsung Galaxy S Plus Preview Samsung Galaxy S Plus Preview Samsung Galaxy S Plus Preview Samsung Galaxy S Plus Preview
Samsung I9000 Galaxy S Plus live shots
An overclocked single-core chipset doesn’t hold a candle to dual core CPUs but the Galaxy S Plus will be held to a different standard. It was out of its depth in our latest shootout but – as far as we’re concerned – it did well where it matters.
By the way, we should note that we have on our hands a pre-release unit clocked at 1.2 GHz – the market-ready units will have 1.4 GHz clock rates enabled. Even at the lower speed though, the new Galaxy S Plus outperformed the year-old original in most tasks we tested. The speed boost is there – now, let’s see how much of an upgrade we can expect elsewhere.

Samsung Galaxy S Plus I9001 360-degree spin

At 119 g, the Galaxy S Plus has the same friendly weight of the original – to disprove initial reports, the handset has no metal on the body.

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