Leave it to India to tease us with a spicy Android treat. The Olivepad, from Olive Telecom is an impressive looking 7-inch tablet that puts itself between a smartphone and iPad. It’s running Android 2.1, with 3.5G HSUPA connectivity, GPS, Bluetooth, Wi-Fi and a TV tuner. The Olivepad has a few features that the iPad lacks, like Flash playback for one, there is a USB mini port, a 3 megapixel camera, and the 512MB RAM is expandable via SD memory.
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As you know, Nokia has two main lines of smartphones in its portfolio. On the one hand, you have more the multimedia-focused N-Series. With devices like the N81 and N95, you get fantastic cameras, lots of games, and plenty of music. On the other hand, you have the more messaging-friendly E-series. With handhelds like the […]
Samsung is a recognized leader in the mobile phone industry, and the company is known for pumping out models like there’s no tomorrow. Here’s another clamshell that was unveiled at the 3GSM World Congress, the Samsung Z330. The uber lightweight flip phone is a mere 85 grams and 21 mm thick, but that doesn’t mean […]