First photos of the BlackBerry 9000 smartphone with HSDPA and Wi-Fi debut on the internet

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The news has been doing the rounds for a while, so it’s reassuring to see Engadget Mobile has secured actual photos of the new BlackBerry 9000, the first to feature HSDPA and Wi-Fi.

Seen above on the far right, its sleek lines and curves coupled with the silver edging secures the BlackBerry’s status for at least another 12 month contract length. Engadget raved about their hands-on moment…

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Shiny Video Review: Sony Ericsson C702i and C902i mobile phones

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I have something to confess about this video – the C702i and C902i phones shown in the video aren’t actually working units, they’re just plastic models that Sony Ericsson sent us, so we could show you what they’ll look like in 360 degrees.

They’re part of Sony Ericsson’s Cybershot range, both HSDPA-enabled, with 3.2-megapixel and 5.0-megapixel sensors…

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MWC 2008 Video Preview: LG's new HSPA Horizon phones

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Here’s something to confuse you – Ashley displays his geek credentials in this video, by explaining the differences between HSDPA, HSPA, HSUPA and other 3G formats. Believe it or not, he claims the various companies adopting these new 3G acronyms is the most exciting thing to come out of the MWC show….

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OQO dazzles us with their updated e2 UMPC, with added HSDPA

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Alex actually got a preview of the e2 from OQO a few months back, but on Monday, the company updated it with HSDPA capabilities.

Still running on Windows XP, and with a 120GB HD, 1.6GHz VIA C7M ULV processor, it measures 142mm x 84mm x 25mm and weighs just 0.5kg.

The Ultra Mobile PC (UMPC) is not only compatible with UMTS/HSDPA (at 2100MHz), but also at the slightly lower GPRS/EDGE connectivity (specifically…

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