in the wild

  • LG's Dare gets photographed

    LG's Dare gets photographed

    The Dare, LG’s version of the Prada phone for Verizon, has been spotted in the wild, and it’s a good looking phone. The iPhone-like Dare has a full frontal touchscreen, LG’s fancy new UI, a decent camera at 3.2-Megapixels wtih a flash, a good browser, and other fun stuff. Those on Verizon wanting some more touchscreen love — if phones like the Voyager aren’t their… Read More

  • Sony Ericsson P5i out in the wild?

    Sony Ericsson P5i out in the wild?

    Rumors make the world go round. This one may actually be legit, but the photo is a bit blurry and could possibly be a photoshop job. In any case, the purported SE P5i is said to be running Symbian 9.1 under what looks to be a mash up between Nokia’s touch UI and the iFones. The slider supposedly has a 2.8-inch screen, GPS, Wi-Fi and possibly a 5-megapixel camera. Under the hood the P5i may… Read More

  • Flash Zune already sold, but doesn't work

    Flash Zune already sold, but doesn't work

    Zunerama forum’s n00b, eds, has acquired him/herself with a brand spankin’ new Zune before the Tuesday launch. That’s all well and good, but he/she can’t use said Zune 2 until the firmware is released on the 13th. What a bummer. Totally takes away all the fun of having it first if it won’t work, right? Oh, but what about the install CD? Yeah, I guess it doesn’t… Read More

  • US Nokia N95 In The Wild

    US Nokia N95 In The Wild

    Symbian-Guru.com got their paws on a brand new Nokia N95 US edition phone. Plenty of pics are available, so if you’re dying to see what it’ll be like to have improved battery life, more RAM, and a sweet black paint job, then you’re in business. Not gonna lie though, it just looks like any other N95 for the most part. Sure, there are a few minor differences, but do you really care… Read More

  • Dummy Nokia E61i In the Wild

    Dummy Nokia E61i In the Wild

    I dug the E61 and I suppose I’ll dig the E61i. This updated version of Nokia’s Symbian smartphone has all the slim good looks of the E61 but hopefully none of the nasty slowdown problems. What you see here is actually a “dummy” version for cellphone stores and costs a mere $22.99 for those so inclined. An interesting opportunity to for Nokia fetishists, but little real meat… Read More