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Yo, Sony Ericsson, make sure all of your marketing folks are talking to one another, alright? Remember, communication is golden -- a simple email could've been all it took to avoid leaking a new, previously-unknown device through your own product shots. It seems that the press materials for the MS5

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The Invision is the big news for AT&T today, but there's an unassuming little Sony Ericsson flip that's found its way into widespread availability on the network this week, too. The W350 is a blast from the past for owners of phones like Ericsson's venerable T39 back in the day, offering the ra

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Sources have whispered into our collective ears that the Sony Ericsson W350a will be showing up on AT&T shelves within the next few days -- \"Friday at the latest\" in at least some locations. Pricing is crazy reasonable for an EDGE phone with at least a half-assed sense of style and functionalit

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Dealer documentation seemingly intended for Rogers dealers has, of course, leaked out onto the interwebs, possibly revealing the entirety of the carrier's third quarter offerings. With the exception of the Bold and KickStart / Pearl 8220, there's nothing terribly mind-blowing in the mix, though the

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One of Sony Ericsson's more creative designs of recent memory, the W350 might be a whole lot closer to grubby American paws than many might have expected. Up for auction on eBay at the moment is a \"lightly used\" W350a variant in white featuring a silver highlight on the music controls; that in itse

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Samsung launched at least a dozen handsets at MWC this week, so in the interest of brevity, here's a heap of what we were able to get our dirty mitts on. We saw -- in no particular order -- the i200, L170, J150, J700, L770, E251, W350, and the P960, they're not labeled, so feel free to make a gues

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Getting the high-end G810, F480, G400, and F400 out of the way, Samsung has (expectedly) rocked Mobile World Congress with a boatload of devices to fill every last segment of the market. Let's have a look, shall we? The i200 (pictured) is a relatively simple Windows Mobile 6.0 Standard candyba

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