Samsung Confirms Windows Phone 7.8 for All It’s Phones!

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This is a bit of refreshing news for Samsung Windows Phone 7 owners out there that don’t have the option for what ever reason, to update to a WP8 device, Samsung or otherwise.  WindowsPhoneItaly, after some speculation and rumour that the Omnia W would not receive the WP7.8 update, have had confirmation from Samsung technical […]

One Of the Other Windows Phones… Huawei Ascend W1!

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It can be easy for Aussies in our insular market, with plenty of disposable income, to forget that there are other OEM players in the Windows Phone game. Huawei is not known for it’s quality devices down here, they are low-end, budget and predominantly Android powered. They fit a niche in the market though, and […]

Huawei W1 Windows Phone Images!

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While most of the focus is on the big OEMs, Nokia, HTC and Samsung and their Windows Phone 8 devices. Huawei has been quietly beavering away in the background, and now images of their windows phone the W1, have leaked on line. Japanese Blog of Mobile found the images via weibo a Chinese site.  Obviously […]

Samsung Ativ S, $699 AUD Pre Order!

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The Ativ S hasn’t exactly made poster girl status for Windows phone 8, although it was the first device revealed. The phone hasn’t really caught the imagination of the public like the Lumias or HTC devices that we saw intro’d later with a whole lot more fanfare. It could also have something to do locally […]

Trouble In Windows Phone 8 Paradise?

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Recently the Windows Phone site got a bit of a makeover, with the most noticeable change being the latest announced WP8 devices, the HTC 8X and the HTC 8S taking top billing on the landing page. A lot has been made of the length of the HTC/Microsoft relationship, right from the launch announcement.

Windows Phone 8 Size Comparison!

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It’s not all about the size is it? Well some would beg to differ, and the trend in smartphone screens seems to set the size somewhere between 3.7” and 4.7 “. With a usurper spawning a new name, the “phablet”, with a 5” screen. Obviously optimum size is a per user fit, and more likely […]