Well, the wait is over, folks. Apple’s new CEO has unveiled the next generation iPhone — the iPhone 4S. Aesthetically, it’s the same design as the iPhone 4 but if you look under the hood, you’ll see it’s packing some new components that will surely blow the competition out of the water. It featuers the same dual-core A5 chip that debuted in the iPad 2 and its dual-core graphics processor gives 7 times the graphical performance of the iPhone 4′s A4 chip.
Hello, Moto. It’s been a while since we’ve seen a positive headline from Motorola but launching the first phone with Android 2.0 will do that. Coming to Verizon on November 6th, the Motorola Droid will be packed with a 3.7″ WVGA capacitive display, sliding QWERTY keypad, 5 mepapixel camera with autofocus and dual-LED flash, and 720×480 video capture at 24 fps, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, Exchange support, 6.4 hours of talk time and a pre-installed 16GB memory card. Oh, it’s also got Google Maps Navigation (Beta) which provides free (yes, FREE) turn-by-turn navigation.
For $199 on a two-year contract, you get all the goodies listed above running on Android 2.0, an OS that’s got more new features than we can list. Check the close-ups after the jump. (via BGR) (more…)
Verizon customers should be glad to hear that the BlackBerry Tour has been confirmed to release on July 12th for $200. The deal is tremendous and final word came via the launch of a pre-order page. For anyone unfamiliar with the BlackBerry Tour, it’s packing a 3.2 megapixel camera, GPS and a magnificent display. It’s currently scheduled to come to Sprint on July 20th.
So, who’s going out and getting one?
CrackBerry‘s gotten their hands on the Blackberry Storm 2, a phone every Verizon subscriber is hoping rights all the things that were so wrong with the first one. It seems to be packing a 3.2 megapixel camera in a slimmer body, but everything else is still in the air.
Want to see more of it? Head over to CrackBerry.
Brand New‘s gotten sample shots from Verizon’s latest re-branding efforts, which drastically revamps the Verizon image. Although the campaign is not set to go live until July of next year, it shows no sign of the “Test Man,” instead replacing him with extensive usage of the word “Very”. And it all started with a website. (more…)