Even smarter Samsung Tocco Ultra Edition announced


The Samsung Tocco has done rather well since release, becoming the best-selling contract device in the second half of 2008. Guess it’s due for an upgrade, then, and here it is – the Samsung Tocco Ultra Edition. The biggest change is the addition of a slide-out keypad, like the N95, which complements the 2.8 OLED touchscreen nicely.

There’s also an 8-megapixel camera with associated features, HSDPA, GPS, DivX and Xvid playback, FM tuner, and support for 16GB of microSD action. It’s also remarakbly thin, at just 12.7mm. Clearly, this is one of the smartest of all the smartphones. Sadly there’s no Wi-Fi, and no 3.5mm headphone jack, but if you can live without those then you’ll find a lot to like here. It’ll launch in the UK in March, and price will depend, most likely, on contract.

Samsung Mobile

More about Samsung: Samsung Acme i8910 info spills out | Samsung Memoir gets official

Vertu Ascent Ferrari 60 Limited Edition mobile phone for seriously rich fools

Upset that you and your moneybags missed out on the £280,000 INCOGNITO watch? More money than style and sense, and really feel like splashing out a few thousand today? Meet the latest mobile phone by Vertu, made in collaboration with Ferrari – the Vertu Ascent Ferrari 60 Limited Edition, for Google traffic’s sake.

It was only a few months ago they put out the previous Ferrari model, the Ascent Ferrari 1947 Limited Edition, but this latest one is to commemorate the 60th anniversary of the car company, and even more exclusive than its predecessor, with only sixty being made. Inspired by the Ferrari 612…