Nokia has confirmed that the Nokia 808 PureView will be started rolling out in May. However the first markets will be Russia and India. No doubt these are two of the big markets where Nokia has its sales grip, other countries and markets will be announced in near future.
It's not more than two weeks since we've had seen the first public release of NITDroid to run Android 4 ICS on Nokia N9 and we have another one. It's pretty fast that second release of NITDroid project has made through and is available with a new title "Sleepless Nights" that brings Android 4.0.4 to Nokia N9.
Remember the Symbian Qt Quick Competition held for developers sooner after the official announcement of Nokia 808 PureView? Well that's over now and the winners have been announced. It's really gonna be unbelievable for the winners that they will receive brand new Nokia 808 PureView as soon as they are available.
At the MWC event in Barcelona Spain, Nokia has announced a real monster camera smartphone with 41 Megapixel Sensor. Yes! You heard right, 41 Megapixels. This is first smartphone ever hosting that big camera sensor with Nokia's favorite and most appreciated Carl Zeiss optics along with the Xenon Flash.
HTC One X (also known as HTC Endeaver) is expected to be announced at MWC but just like always there used to be something in these news which get the way out of the closed doors and leak over the blogosphere. Mobile World Congress is just a day ahead when HTC One X is the one which has now been leaked with the super specs and images of the device - 1.5GHz Quad-Core processor, Tegra 3 and 8MP f/2.0 dual shutter camera module.
Acer's CloudMobile, previously learnt about at an event - running Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich with a 4.3 inch screen, 1.5GHz dual-core processor inside, 8 Megapixel camera, HSPA, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and NFC connectivity - which is expected to be unveiled officially at MWC, has now been shown in a video with a quick hands-on demo just before the event.
More fruit is coming the way to MeeGo. We already have seen Opera Mobile browser came to MeeGo apps family. Now recently another major browser the "Firefox" which is now also available for Nokia N9 at Nokia Store. Flash support is also coming soon.
Microsoft Apps (Microsoft OneNote, Microsoft Document Connection, Microsoft Lync 2010 Mobile, Microsoft PowerPoint Broadcast) have now started rolling out to the devices which have been updated to Nokia Belle OS.
Public release of eBuddy XMS for Windows Phone is already available via Marketplace, though recently a new beta release has been made available to eBuddy Community members. New version 1.1.0 beta is bug fix release as well as it brings the support to receive pictures from other eBuddy XMS users.
Google Pakistan and Mobilink have partnered to bring free Web-to-SMS chat service. That means a Gmail user now can send SMS to any Mobilink subscriber to initiate a chat session. Of course that Mobilink number will have option to reply back to the Gmail user while this will cost Rs. 1+Tax for each SMS to the phone user if he/she replies back.