Mobile Miscellany: week of January 23, 2012

This week may not have been incredibly packed with news in the mobile world, but it was still easy to miss a few stories here and there. Here's some of the other stuff that happened in the wide world of wireless for the week of January 23, 2012:

Samsung Galaxy S Blaze 4G may have a 720p HD display

Ah, UAProf XML files. Every once in a while they prove to be quite useful, and it seems to be the case in helping solve the mystery that is the Samsung SGH-T999, which has been largely assumed to be the model number of T-Mobile's Galaxy S Blaze 4G. As it turns out, this one only gave up one interesting detail: the T999 is going to have a 1280 x 720 display. [PocketNow, TmoNews, Samsung]

Sony Xperia S "coming soon" to Three UK

Mobile Miscellany: week of January 23, 2012

Live in the United Kingdom? Want a Sony Xperia S? Perfect, then read on. Three UK's "coming soon" page just recently began featuring the newly announced device. No price or date was declared yet, but it's likely not too far away at this point. [Three UK]

Nokia Lumia 800 available in pink in the UK

One feature the Nokia Lumia 800 has lacked is pinkness. Until now, anyway. Everything Everywhere now offers the color on a variety of plans, and offers nothing unique to the device aside from its hue. [Unwired View]

Samsung Galaxy Nexus: coming to Mobilicity on February 6th

The Samsung Galaxy Nexus is definitely making the rounds, and the next lucky carrier to add this iconic device is Mobilicity. The network will offer it on its lineup beginning February 6th, according to its official Twitter account. No pricing has been announced yet. [Unwired View, Twitter]