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Vodafone roadmap leaks Nokia, HP, Blackberry, Palm

Vodafone roadmap leaks Nokia, HP, Blackberry, Palm - read the full textA number of spanking new devices were leaked in a Vodafone 2008 Roadmap presentation. The expected devices include the Nokia successors of E61i and E65, the Blackberry successor of Pearl, a Blackberry 8xxx, two new HP devices, and finally a couple of Palm handsets. The guys over at...

 

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Nokia is on the way making the phones smaller. The E61i is in my opinion to big. The E71 will have the dimensions of an actual Blackberry (it looks like one) and could be more successfull.

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  • 2008-01-21 16:06
  • T4d1

i am a nokia e61i user, and i quite love the phone for its features and user abilities, though there were short comings like the lack of GPS and also the slow processor and the small ram(45 mb is to small).
the e71 seems to have covered that but it lacks the wide big screen(2.8") which was its flagship and it being shorter. now the e71 looks like an other phone with the same specs.

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  • 2008-01-13 00:55
  • ftPU

what's with EVERY phone having GPS? it's just a little unrealistic...

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  • 2008-01-10 00:51
  • PP$8

I think Bhupinder Panesar is probably looking for a new job right about now. LOL.

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  • 2008-01-08 17:03
  • MY4$

Ive heard that Blackberry 9000 is better than iphone, anyone knows about it?

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  • 2008-01-08 16:33
  • LxhR

Nokia Dora looks very interesting. Elegant but still very functional smartphone in slider form-factor. I would like to find out about its size ( especially thickness)and battery.

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  • 2008-01-08 00:47
  • nqjS

the blackberry 8xxx kinda looks like the iphone (the metal outlining) lol

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  • 2008-01-07 20:31
  • 0aZ1

will the hp oak be available only through voda or will it also be available sim free?

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  • 2008-01-07 05:51
  • kxxS

wow that HP oak looks amazing..hoping there will be a good camera on it

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  • 2008-01-07 03:06
  • q}uZ

You know, I quite wonder how mobile manufacturers will react on this. Vodafone not only releases its planned portfolio, but "strictly company confidential" information as well. For example Nokia was always keen not to release the internal names of the devices to the public. For what reason, I do not know, still it is against their internal policy. And I guess the other companies may not be happy either.

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  • 2008-01-07 00:18
  • MYk9

Am I the only one who thinks that the e61i is more stylish than this successor???

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  • 2008-01-07 00:05
  • 0x7r

nokia is jus superb i have an nokia e61i and it has not hanged once and jus thinking about he nokia liam........................when is it coming out???

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  • 2008-01-06 19:01
  • PByB

Hmm, Windows mobile for a Palm device?
And HP Oak looks promising, but that's us talking about now... in Sep 2008, probs loads more similar or higher spec phones will be available...
hmmm

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  • 2008-01-06 18:01
  • ULNv

Wow, Nokia really has brought pretty phones not only in features but they have also kept traditional thick model apart. These two E-Series will hopefully be market leading devices in 2008. I think screen pixels has a misprint it may be 320x480 or 240x320. But again they didn't implement touch screen that's weird because all competitors have already touch screen at least in business models.
Nice design.....
Keep it up Nokia...

Other phones are also good, Blackberry is improving fast.....

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  • 2008-01-06 17:51
  • U22t

The HP phones are perfect in every aspect... Nice job HP!

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  • 2008-01-06 17:42
  • 0UUc

8xxx looks good i wonder if they will still smell like feet?

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  • 2008-01-06 16:29
  • mX9q

New OS for Nokia E series? Hope it's just theme though.

Regarding the Liam, I guess it's more like a 280x320 rather than square 320x320 cause the screen doesn't look like really square.

Not quite trustable specs for both nokia phones.

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  • 2008-01-06 16:22
  • ibaJ

super ,hot in special NOKIA

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  • 2008-01-06 15:37
  • pk2H

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