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We know about most of these handsets, but it's always fun to get a few final views before they're officially announced and made available, isn't it? phoneArena has what must be the complete (or close to it) lineup from Samsung for the US market in the next few months all in one place, showing the a

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Jeebus, Nokia, what's going on with your stupid flip phone over there? Not to harsh on you too much -- we love you, really we do -- but we're not exactly talking about an N96-caliber device here. If an updated view of Verizon's Mobile Email launches is accurate, it seems that the launch of Nokia's

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Don't worry, you throng of dual-band Samsung smartphone fanboys and girls out there -- Verizon hasn't forgotten about you. It's been a little while since we've heard anything about the i770, but a new slide shows that Big Red's positioning it (or trying to, anyway) for Q3 availability, which just h

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Fujitsu wasn't all that specific about pricing or release details when it announced its new U810 and T2010 tablet PCs earlier this year, but it looks like both have now finally made their way out the door. In case you missed it, the big addition this time around is the inclusion of a built-in HSPA

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Fujitsu's marvelously light LOOX U50XN -- better known as the U810 here in the States -- just keeps getting better. Apparently, to-be owners in Japan can now snag one with an oh-so-coveted 64GB SSD, though all the other specs look to remain identical to what we've already seen. 'Course, adding such

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We were allowed a conjugal visit with the Fujitsu u810 UMPC and snapped some pics for you voyeurs out there. Pretty sure we've carried some cellphones heavier than this 1.56-pound flyweight industrial beauty. Drool on.%Gallery-12893%

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Your good friends at Fujitsu aren't leaving you high and dry this CES season -- oh no. The company is updating a few of its tablet PCs for your computing pleasure, two of which happen to be the T2010 and the U810. Both little dudes will now be sporting extra-speedy WWAN HSUPA, as evidenced by the l

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Fujitsu attracted a fair bit of attention back in August with its $1,000 U810 convertible tablet PC, and it's now out to prove its worth when it comes to reviews, one of the first of which looks to have come from the folks at Laptop Magazine. While it's apparently not without its faults, they found

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Barely a month after we saw the LifeBook U810 hit the FCC, this interestingly-designed unit -- which is dubbed the U1010 in certain locales like Australia -- has been unboxed for our viewing pleasure. Specs wise, the minuscule machine touts an 800MHz Intel A110 processor, a GMA 950 graphics set, Wi

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Thanks to the oh-so-disclosing FCC, we already knew that Fujitsu's U810 and T2010 were headed this way, but now the firm is making things official. The 1.56-pound U810 will boast a snazzy LED-backlit display, last up to 5.5-hours on a single charge, will don the \"world's smallest tablet convertible

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