by George Heymann

“New and Improved” Blackberry London, LG announces Galaxy Note Competitor

Smartphone Briefs

By Chris Coleman|@PhoneKnack

Reports have resurfaced on with new pictures of the long rumored Blackberry London. From the looks of this device we can acknowledge that RIM, the makers of BlackBerry, are finally looking to join the ever-changing smartphone race.

The sleek design of the BlackBerry London has us brimming with excitement in the middle of winter. When is the BlackBerry London coming to the market? According to a leaked roadmap of RIM’s upcoming devices, the London washing ashore to American soil come Q3. (Photos after the break)

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From the photos that have been released showing the BlackBerry London and now BlackBerry 10 Operating System(OS), the tide may be turning in RIM’s favor. Do you Agree?

The smartphones race gives rise to the concept, repeat and duplicate. That seems to be the current trend. The Samsung Galaxy Note which was recently released in the US too much fanfare now has a direct competitor, meet the LG Optimus Vu.

A side by side shot of the two phones shows how eerily similar they are. The Lg Optimus Vu gains the upper hand with a wider screen due to its 4:3 aspect ratio. Both screens are 5 inches and its reported that just like the Samsung Galaxy Note utilizes a stylus, the LG Optimus Vu will also have one.

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