The Z780 is expected to have similar specifications but probably optimised for an American carrier with support for 1900 Mhz HSDPA, the band used in the US (unlike 2100 Mhz in Europe and other countries). AÂ product pageÂ for the Z780 has popped up on Sony Ericssonâ€™s website, which is a sign that the announcement is just a few hours away. We will keep our eyes peeled for this one.
Yes Bank has teamed up with Obopay, an American company, to provide mobile banking services to its customers. Users will be able to transfer money using the application installed on the userâ€™s cellphone. To enrol for the service, customers have to fill up a form available at Yes Bankâ€™s branches and ATMs in Mumbai and NCR regions. Earlier this year, ICICI had initiated a similar service with RCOM.
HTC, the Windows Mobile (and soon Android as well) mobile device manufacturer, is preparing two new devices that go by the codename of Raphael and Diamond. The Bluetooth Group has pages related to these two products. It is believed that theÂ DiamondÂ will be the successor to HTC Touch, which was launched in June last year, while theÂ RaphaelÂ is understood to be the successor to the Tytn II, which was launched in India last week.