Author: Digital Reg

Motorola Q GSM

Samsung has their I320 and O2 will release their Graphite. Now, Motorola is joining the Windows Mobile Smartphone market with the Motorola Q GSM. I spoke to the marketing person and he said that it will be on the local store shelves in around 2 months. The Q GSM is a Windows Mobile 6 Standard device […]

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Palm Treo 750 special introductory price

 A few days ago, I posted that the Palm Treo 750 will be launched in Manila tomorrow, March 20. As a treat for those attending, a special price of Php 34,999.00 (Php US$ 717.19) will be offered. That’s a Php 5,000.00 slash from the suggested retail price.  I still wish of winning a Treo 750 tomorrow evening!

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Dopod iPhone

Thanks to Korben, fellow Moderator of Pinoy Windows Mobile, I had the iPhone skin working on the Dopod D810. Fooled a few people today and they believed that the iPhone is made by Dopod, not by Apple! The sliding feature on the screen really works to unlock the phone. Aside from the software, Macromedia Flash for Pocket […]

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 Didn’t have much interest on the HTC Vox at first as the HTC Cavalier almost addressed the stuff I need in a Windows Mobile smartphone. Since I need to test the unit, I was fortunate to loan it exclusively for around a week before I go back to the Cavalier. I’ll post something about it […]

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HTC Panda

 Had the chance to use the HTC Panda today. As you would see in the picture above taken from PDADB, it resembles its predecessors, the HTC Alpine (aka O2 Xda IIi) and its grandfather, the HTC Himalaya (aka O2 Xda II). There’s a difference though in the layout of the call buttons, soft keys, and Dpad compared to the 2 […]

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Low-Priced Memory Card

  After waiting for several months, I finally got a 1GB MicroSD card for only Php 545.00 (around US $11.16). The last time I got a 256 MB MicroSD card from a friend was last September and it was priced at Php 800.00! (US$ 16.38). Now I have more space for my HTC Cavalier’s files. Now if I’m tempted […]

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