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align=”left”>Does anyone remember the Moto QA4 HaloÂ <a
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“>we’d written aboutÂ a couple of months ago?Â Yup, the same web optimised social networking
phone that Moto had up its sleeve… Well, w now have the first screenshot allegedly of the same
device! Yeah, it looks very touch feely to us and hopefully should be out anytime soon in the
Just a reminder, the Halo is expected to have the following:
Interface: No hidden menus, speed scrolling, tactile feedback on the touch screen, and a soft
Immersive Experience: Customized Content at your fingertips with intelligent, built-in
accelerometer which displays your content how you want see it
All Access: Always stay
connected at blazing DOrA speeds with access to e-mail, IM, Blogging, Email, and your social
HTML supports makes internet access a breeze.
Music: Powerful Music
Experience with up to 8GB microSD support and USB2.0 HS
Ultra Sleek Design: Optimized Slim
and Powerful Touch Slider
Instantly access live weather, stock
market, news, pictures and social networking sites
You decide what widgets sit on your
homescreen main menu
One Touch Access to all Applications and Settings
Alerts you to updates
Capture and upload photos and videos in seconds
Text, IM or Email
your friends easily with the soft QWERTY keypad
Main Display: 2.8â€ 240×400 65K TFT
Stereo, BT 2.0
Music: 8GB microSD, USB 2.0 High Speed
Modes: CDMA1x-EVDO Rev A
800, 1900MHz and 1700/2100MHz
For Rs 5,999, the S940 offers a 2.0 MP cam, FM radio, music player and an excuse to not open a book to study.
Update:Â We have stumbled upon some more information about the KT770. The device will indeed run on Symbian S60 3rd edition FP2 platform and will have a QVGA display. It will also have a physical QWERTY keyboard, though we aren’t sure at the moment whether it will have the ‘Communicator-isque’ form-factor like the KT610 or not.
The folks at Expansys just don’t get it! They simply can’t keep their lips zipped and always let the cat outta the bag too early. Not that we’re complaining, anyway. After the recent HTC Iolite leak (preceded by the BlackBerry Flip) they are now talking about two upcoming Samsung WiMo devices, one of which runs on WiMo 6.5.
Airax Sarkari of Expansys’ Purchasing team writes about Samsung’s Louve and Pivot that will come in sliding and bar form factors respectively.Â
Tytn II like sliding mechanism that makes the screen prop up at an angle to the QWERTY keyboard
Windows Mobile 6.1
3.2 MP cam
Omnia-like homescreen widget
Samsung Pivot (not to be confused with X830)
Successor to the i780 with QWERTY keyboard
Windows Mobile 6.5
5 MP cam with flash
Sarkari promises to post more specs and pictures soon. We’re keeping our fingers crossed that he does that before Samsung manages to announces this gear, which we believe is most likely to happen at MWC next month.