Nokia Windows Phone

Nokia Windows Phone coming out this year disclosed this week the six launch markets for the vanguard devices arrive out of the Microsoft-Nokia partnership. Six hosts to Nokia's Windows Phone debut are France, Germany, Italy, Spain, the Netherlands, and the UK, but the company's mother nation of Finland has oddly been left out in race. The WP7 handsets are ready they'll find themselves quickly available worldwide, but if you want to be first to owe it, will have to visit Europe's western shores preferably some time before the year end.
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Not confirmed about the name for the device correctly, but the leaked T-Mobile (US) document points to a couple of forthcoming LG devices - there is the LG Flip II and the LG Maxx Q included. There are the rumors about same format device might have different names on different carriers. The great sense of regret that we didn’t have longer with it to find out all the details. The standing person on the table he didn’t know much about the handset at all, but mentioned the name Flip II.

It’s fairly stocky device, fatter than the Milestone 2, with LG being fairly generous with the bodywork. It bears some of the same design cues as the LG Quantum/LG Optimus 7Q around the front speaker, and picks up the four touch controls under the screen as we saw on the LG Optimus 2X and Optimus Black.

The camera on the back is LED supported but there are no markings to indicate what MP it might pack in, and LG usually label their cameras, so we’re guessing it isn’t final hardware. We don’t know what the screen declaration is, but it didn’t immediately strike us as being impressive , although that could simply be down to early build software, so it was obviously recently stealed from the box.

This LG phone trapped our eye because of the display between the keys which made us think probably a US exclusive handset, Nestling between the slide-out QWERTY keyboard is a secondary touchscreen and in our examining urge it did exactly what you’d expect - launch the apps positioned on it as shortcuts. Two of the eight spaces are left blank and ready to be assigned.

We’re in suspense is it final hardware as there was noticeable movement between the two halves of the phone.
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USB is one of the most widely used connection technologies in the world, found on everything from PCs to tablets to printers to smartphones. Peak speeds for "SuperSpeed" USB--the official categorization for the 3.0 specification--are about 10 times that of USB 2.0, the current standard.

The primary story for USB in 2010 was the emergence of the SuperSpeed standard. 2011 should be a much bigger year for the technology, especially in mobile PCs. "This has led In-Stat to forecast that nearly 80 million USB SuperSpeed-enabled devices will ship in 2011."

Intel will follow in short order in early 2012, however, with its Ivy Bridge chips, which also have built-in support for USB 3.0. This year, Intel, along with Apple, began supporting an alternative high-speed standard called Thunderbolt.

Down the road, mobile phones will also begin to sport USB 3.0 ports, too. "Mobile phones are a key driver for USB overall, and will play a role in the adoption of SuperSpeed USB," USB was found internally in over 1.2 billion mobile phones...The first SuperSpeed USB phones won't hit the market until late 2013, but they will be accompanied by a new SuperSpeed connector for phones that will succeed the current micro-USB port found in today's phones." Source
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