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Much awaited and one of the most anticipated smartphone from Nokia has been started to ship today. Nokia’s N8, first phone ever which is running on...
Two web publications have independently reported that Windows Phone 7 will launch in Europe on October 21. They both cite sources “familiar” with Microsoft and its plans. Microsoft is under tremendous pressure to launch Windows Phone 7, specially after the launch of iPhone 4 from Apple, GalaxyS from Samsung and N8 from Nokia.
Just yesterday I heard about the rumors about the delay of Nokia's N8 and today I came across with such a wonderful animated film, claimed to be the World's Smallest, which has been shot through Nokia's much awaited and latest bet N8 mobile handset. The film has been shot in a serious on Nokia's promotion of N8 which is expected to go on sale by end of this month.
If you are among those who are eagerly waiting to have hands on experience on Nokia’s much awaited flagship N8 smartphone, surely the news is not good for you. Nokia has decide to delay the start of sales of N8 second time in a row. On Tuesday company has rescheduled the launch of N8 by October due to “some final amends”.
While the Google-backed Android mobile operating system currently runs on less than 17% of all mobile operating system, Gartner Inc. predicts it will surge to 29.6% of the global mobile operating system market by 2014 -- ahead of iOS, as well as Windows Mobile and RIM (BlackBerry) mobile OS but second only to Symbian who will be managing 30.2% of global smartphone market by then and stay intact at No. 1 spot.
The Development of Microsoft's much awaited Windows Phone 7 has final completed. The mobile OS is ready to release to manufacturing (RTM) stage, as said by company today. However there is no official date has not been announced yet, sources claims that Windows Phone 7 can be available for real testers (end users) as soon as in coming October, which will set the destiny of the much ambitious phone from company.
The war of Tablet PC market is showing no sign of slow down. After enormous success of Apple's iPad, companies are gearing up to reserve their Tablet market share and as a result, many Tablet were announced in last few weeks by Microsoft, RIM etc. Now it's LG electronics who jumped into the competition with an open challenge to Apple and much of worries for others.
BlackBerry Torch 9800, a much hyped touch smartphone from RIM, has disappointed company, specially at the cash book when it comes to sales numbers at first few days. Launched to compete with growing popularity of iPhone from Apple, BlackBerry Torch was expected to regain its lost grounds in North American market which does seem to accomplish by "Torch".
Dell's new Tablet Device "Dell Streak" is all set to launch in US on 12 August with new price tag. A 5 inch tablet device, with a price tag of $299 with 2 years contract of At&T or unlocked edition at $549.99 will challenge Apple's iPad, RIM's BlackPad and Microsoft's Tablet PC ( Yet to be launched) with its smaller offerings and low price.
Mobile market is blowing so the competition. All major companies are struggling to rule the market anonymously. Undoubtedly Apple has left others behind, if not beaten, with its flagship product iPhone. Dethroning Apple's iPhone may be too big to chew for few old market leaders like LG & Nokia, who are struggling to find the pace in the market now.
On Tuesday, Research in Motion (RIM) has officially launched its first ever smartphone "BlackBerry Torch". As expected Company has presented the new smartphone as an answer to Apple's iPhone and Samsumg's GalaxyS, lunched just few weeks back. BlackBerry Torch is loaded with OS 6.0, RIM's new mobile platform, which is having direct competition with Google's Android.
Anyone who hasn’t been living under a rock would probably heard about the iPhone , Apple’s now legendary phone offering that spawned an entire blue ocean ecosystem of handsets, music and applications. They say the sincerest form of flattery is imitation and Google’s Android attempted to do just that by providing an iphone-like OS for 3rd party manufacturers in order to curb Apple’s influence and market share in the touchscreen smartphone market.