Samsung Galaxy S Mini S5830 revealed in live pictures

With more than 10 Million Samsung Galaxy S devices sold to date it should be no surprise that the Korean giant will try to capitalize on this success this year with the release of more Galaxy S branded devices. What you see here is the Samsung GT-S5830 aka Samsung Galaxy S Mini that will probably be unveiled next month at MWC in Barcelona. Nothing much is known about it other than it runs Android 2.2.1 and has a 5Mpix camera with LED flash on the back. More pictures after the break:

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HTC HD2 Windows Phone 7 ROM released! But still no Live Services

The port of Windows Phone 7 to the HTC HD2 that has been underway for a while now has finally come to fruition with the first public release of an experimental LEO_WP7 ROM courtesy of the DFT (Dark Forces Team). So what is this all about? Well, you can finally play around with Windows Phone 7 on your trusty old HTC HD2 but without access to any Live services which kinda renders the whole thing useless IMO. You can grab it from here ..if you understand Chinese.. Anyway, just read my newly posted:

HUGE Windows Phone 7 Review

…to see what will be missing without access to the Live services.

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Seesmic for Windows Phone 7 finally updated with performance improvements

The Windows Phone 7 Seesmic application that was out on day one and got trashed in several reviews because of its poor performance has been update and is now finally usable. Here’s what’s new in the 1.3 version:

* Timelines are now cached for increased loading speed
* Speed and scrolling improvements, everywhere in the app
* Display of private and verified Twitter accounts
* Added animations and transitions
* Bug fixes

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First Windows Phone 7 update to bring minor Browser improvements

You all probably by now that Microsoft is going to push out the first Windows Phone 7 update next month. But will it bring anything new to the browser? Well, from what I have gathered nothing really major is scheduled according the some of the IE Mobile Team comments on their blog. We can expect JavaScript improvements, more screen view port properties support but still no URL bar in landscape mode even though it’s present on devices with hardware keyboards like the LG Quantum and LG GW910.

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