Nokia can produce a luxury phone like none other and its latest rumored endeavor, the Erdos, is no exception. Featuring a slick polished aluminum casing, matching mirrored 2.4-inch QVGA OLED display and a keyboard that rises when the slider is drawn, the Erdos is seemingly shaping up to be the epitome of class. Under the hood, the Erdos is no slouch with a 5 megapixel auto-focus camera, Carl Zeiss optics, dual LED flash, microSD expansion (up to 8GB), Wi-Fi, aGPS, Bluetooth (A2DP), activity LEDs, noise reduction microphone, tap sensitive commands and HSPA connectivity. It’s also said to run S60, though Nokia typically opts for S40 in its 88xx series handsets. After watching this seductive video, one can’t help but want to slide this beauty into his or her pocket. Since this little guy would undoubtedly be the most well-spec’d handset to ever hit Nokia’s 88xx line, expect an astronomical price tag should it ever see the light of day. Hit the jump for the video, scotch and cigar optional.
It pretty much took forever…… But the day is finally upon us. Each and every BlackBerry user on AT&T with a supported device now has cause for celebration. That’s right people, the long awaited and highly anticipated OS 4.5 roll out is now a done deal. Every BlackBerry handset carried by AT&T that supports OS 4.5 now has access to it on RIM’s AT&T downloads page. Here’s a quick list for you:
- Pearl 8100
- Pearl 8110
- Pearl 8120
- Curve 8300
- Curve 8310
- Curve 8320
Done and done. AT&T had made OS 4.5 available for a handful of handsets late last year but many felt snubbed – and rightfully so. Problem solved and better late than never, right? If you’re holding on to an older unit because the Bold isn’t your cup of tea and the Curve 8900 is still MIA, at least now you can take solace in the fact that your OS isn’t prehistoric anymore. So what are you waiting for?