An unknown dual-sliding CDMA Nokia phone has appeared in the FCC filing yesterday. While we don't know the exact model name of the device, it looks like it will belong to the Nokia's N-series.The handset will feature:
FCC has unveiled the new HTC NEON400. It has a Touch Dual form-factor, i.e. the original Touch with a slider keyboard, and apparently supports CDMA 850 / 1900 bands. This means it could very well be launched on Sprint, Verizon, and Alltel networks - we'll just have to wait before it is officially announced by someone other than FCC.
Samsung has unveiled its new slim dual-SIM phone model called SCH-W599, which just like the D780 supports both GSM and CDMA networks that can work simultaneously. It should be available soon in China for 4,490 yuan or $650.
The Hong Kong based manufacturer HKC has released a pair of new dual-SIM Windows Mobile smartphones, first of their kind, according to the company. The first is the W1000 dual CDMA/GSM phone, while the other is a dual GSM handset called G1000.
The most interesting thing here is that these two are capable of running two separate accounts (SIM cards) simultaneously, while also being able to disable one of them anytime.
Wow, great copy! I think this time Chinese have managed to create a perfect clone of a handset. This time it's HTC Touch Dual, and damn it looks so real. Anyway, just for the sake of propriety they put an "HY" sign on the back to let everyone know the device is fake.