We’ve heard rumors and leaks for the HTC Desire C for while, the official release made sure the device has arrived the Android smartphone league. The HTC Desire C has finally arrived UK and can now be ordered online with Clove Technology. The first stocks for gizmo are due by 24 May 2012. Considering the overall specs, HTC has tried to incorporate trending and essential features within a decent price band, keeping aside the 600 MHz CPU. A 3.5-inch HVGA Touch Screen Display (320 x 480 pixels), 512MB RAM, 5MP camera, Android Ice Cream Sandwich with HTC Sense 4.0 UI, 4GB internal storage with support for Micro SD cards up to 32GB and 3G capabilities are some key features to the phone. All this for just £158.33 (£189.99 VAT inclusive). Dropbox also offers 25GB of free storage for 2 years, which is an excellent catch for storage lovers.
Sony recently launched it handheld gaming device the Sony PlayStation Vita also popularly known as the PS Vita with its initial release in Japan. The date is nearing closer as the product would be available across all major regions by 22 February 2012. The device is a successor of the highly acclaimed and everlasting Sony PSP with more bells and whistles added to its kitty. It features the ARM Cortex A9 processor with optional 3G support that provides non-stop connectivity for both gaming and social communication. The touch interface on the new console adds the flare that the older PSP was missing, not to forget the addition of a front and rear camera to the device while meeting essential features like Wi-Fi, GPS, and Bluetooth.
Sony PlayStation Vita (PS Vita – PCH-1000 Series) Quick Specs:
ARM Cortex A9 Processor
5-inch 16 million colors OLED multi-touch screen (960×544 pixels)
128MB Dedicated Video RAM and 512MB RAM (excluding video)
Research in Motion (RIM) has launched three new smartphones powered by the Blackberry OS 7. These are the Blackberry Bold 9790, Blackberry Curve 9350, and Blackberry Curve 9380. The Curve 9350 is identical to Curve 9360, the difference being that it is a CDMA phone. The Curve 9380 is Blackberry’s first complete touch phone with an elegant optical track pad and navigation keys, an initiative to attract existing customers and new users to adapt and switch to the all-new multi-touch interface.The Curve 9380 sports a sleek, stylish, and slim design. The Bold 9790 is a touch and type smartphone both offering both a QWERTY keypad a touch interface. A quick review of technical specifications, features and pricing for all newly launched models is found below.