Rumors suggest that the upcoming Motorola Shadow could be the next Google Nexus phone. There are some new rendered shots of it, you can see them here. As for the features, the phone will have a 4.3” 800 x 484 display, a slim QWERTY keyboard, and an HDMI port.
UMA-compatible phones are always welcomed at the market, and T-Mobile pleased its customers today by releasing two of such handsets, including the revised version of the HTC Shadow, as well as the stylish 7510 flip from Nokia.
The new Shadow is apparently the first Windows Mobile device to support HotSpot calls over Wi-Fi.
The updated version of T-Mobile Shadow phone has gone official. The only two differences from the previous version are Wi-Fi and full support for T-Mobile’s UMA-based HotSpot service. Other features remained the same: 2Mpix camera, microSDHC card slot (up to 8GB), Windows Mobile 6.1 Standard and QVGA display.
The phone will be available in Black Burgundy or White Mint in a few weeks from now.
FCC has revealed the documents concerning the new T-Mobile Shadow II. The phone is very similar to its predecessor, though some things have indeed changed: it runs Windows Mobile 6.1 OS, has a faster CPU, and comes in a more rounded design. The available set of features is posted below:
Support for T-Mobile's UMA-based Unlimited HotSpot Calling service;
T-Mobile's HTC Shadow II is gettin ready for launch. It is a Windows Mobile 6.1-based UMA-capable and HotSpot@Home-enabled handset, successor to the previous Shadow. The official release is scheduled for October 15th. T-Mobile customers will be able to get it for $149.99 with new contract and mail-in rebate.Hit the source link for more pics.
Meet the successor to the Shadow cell phone from T-Mobile, the Shadow II.
We can't tell much about it as it's just a single photo. But as far as we can see, the handset comes in a shiny body with rounded edges and apparently has a slide out keypad, maybe QWERTY, who knows...