Blackberry announces “Leap” and “Slider”

Over at MWC, Blackberry has just announced a new handset. Blackberry Leap is a sleek attempt at doing a fully touchscreen phone again. It has a 5" display, 2800mAh battery and runs the Blackberry 10 OS. Whether it will make an impact remains to be seen, though could conceivably be attractive to business users who…

Trio of vids show off 1080p Motorola Droid 3

Motorola's next step in the evolution of their Droid smartphone line has popped up online courtesy of three "tutorial" videos on gadget blog PhonePads. Dubbed the Motorola Droid 3, headline features include 1080p video recording, an 8MP camera and HDMI-output….

Nokia E7 QWERTY slider dealyed until 2011

Nokia's enterprise-focussed E7 handset will not make its initial shipping date of December, and will instead now be pushed back to early 2011. An unspecified hardware issue that is causing durability problems is at the root of the setback. "To…

Nokia unveil the C6 messaging phone

Nokia have revealed their C6 messaging phone at this morning's Everyone Connect event. It may not be the Nokia N8 Symbian ^3 handset that many believed yesterday's cryptic countdown would unveil, but this QWERTY slider will certainly be worth a…

Gallery: Microsoft's Kin One and Kin Two

Microsoft's long-awaited Project Pink phones have been revealed. Now named the Kin One and Kin Two, you can read everything we know about the QWERTY sliders and their social networking focus by clicking here. But while you decide whether or…

Rumours hot up surrounding new BlackBerry slider

BlackBerry makers RIM have been looking into putting out a BlackBerry Slider for some time. And while nothing has yet been confirmed, Boy Genius Report have some details on what they claim could be the rumoured slider phone. Though no…

LG's first Windows Phone 7 Series handset spotted

Windows Phone 7 Series was Microsoft's shockingly cool looking trump card at Mobile World Congress 2010. They've showed off the software, and now it looks like Microsoft are ready to start flashing the hardware too, as an LG-manufactured Windows Phone…