A couple of weeks ago, we told you that the Samsung Omnia may be coming to AT&T Mobility as the AT&T Mirage. New information posted at PhoneArena, however, suggests that Mirage may be the code name for the Samsung SGH-i788, the so-called BlackJack III. The post goes on to say that the new Samsung may be sold as the i907. At this point, we’re going with this new information, as it seems more credible, but all information regarding this device should be treated as rumor until we get some hard information.
Samsung’s Omnia is likely still on its way to AT&T, so we’ll keep you posted as new information arises.
The REDFLY Mobile Companion from Celio is now available for $199. This lower price tag is expected to last through October 31, 2008, and reflects a desire to get more of these devices into the hands of users.
The REDFLY Mobile Companion is a laptop-style device which mirrors a Windows Mobile handset allowing users to send e-mail, edit documents, etc., in a more familiar way.
Visit GetREDFLY.com for more information.
Think HD video is a no-go in the mobile world? Think again. Casio has developed a new mobile LCD screen with extremely small pixels, the result being a resolution of 960×540 on a 2-inch display.
By densely packing smaller pixels within a square inch, the ability to see each pixel diminishes and results in a smoother, more print-like view. Casio’s LCD has 546 dots per inch (DPI), which is significantly higher than today’s QVGA and VGA mobile displays.
Palm has begun shipping its new Treo Pro Windows Mobile 6.1 Professional Smartphone. The Treo Pro is sold unlocked and can be used with any U.S. GSM/GPRS wireless service including AT&T Mobile and T-Mobile.
You can order the Treo Pro from the Palm Online Store.
If you own a touchscreen Windows Mobile device and find the Word, Excel and PowerPoint Mobile applications on your Windows Mobile device lacking, we have good news. Documents To Go, one of the most popular MS Office document applications for mobile devices, is now available for Windows Mobile 5 for Pocket PC Phone and Windows Mobile 6 Professional touchscreen handhelds.
This latest version of Documents To Go supports Office 2007 file formats and includes the ability to view, edit and create Word, Excel and PowerPoint files, PDF viewing, ZIP file management and more.