Okay, how could I not mention the iPhone 3G today? If you’re one of those who haven’t been constantly refreshing Mac-related websites today I could just mention that as of July 11 you’ll be able to buy an 8GB iPhone for $199 ($300 for the 16GB model) and it’ll feature real GPS, 3G (about three times the speed of EDGE) as well as better battery life (300 hours standby, 10 hours talking in 2G, half in 3G, 5-6 hours browsing, 7 hours of video watching or 24 hours of music).
Check out the first iPhone 3G tv ad below:
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Here’s Omnia i900, Samsung’s answer to the 3G iPhone. This HSDPA-enabled device sports a 12.5mm waist, a 3.2" touch-screen and comes in two models; one with 16GB and one with 8GB of internal storage. Add up-to-16GB of SD storage to that and you can walk around with 32GB of media in your pocket.
It runs Windows Mobile 6.1 and among the other features we find GPS, a 5 megapixel camera with geo-tagging and image stabilizer, DivX and XviD movie support, USB 2.0, WiFi, FM-radio and both Internet Explorer and Opera for web browsing.
The i900 will be available as of July this year.