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Two Linux Smartphones Set for October Release in U.S.

AT&T announced it will offer the Garmin-Asus G60 Nuvifone in the U.S. next week.
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Mot's Android Phone Debuts

Motorola and T-Mobile announced Mot's first Android smartphone, as well as a "push" social networking streaming web service called MotoBlur. The slider-format Cliq smartphone offers a 3.1-inch HVGA touchscreen, a 5-megapixel autofocus camera, GPS, 3G HSDPA, WiFi, Bluetooth, and sensors, says Motorola.
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Carrier Takes Heroic Step Toward Android

Sprint will be the first U.S. carrier to offer HTC's "Hero" Android smartphone, complete with the "Sense" UI and a low $180 pricetag.
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More Signs Point to Samsung Linux Phone

A Samsung executive has confirmed the company is preparing its own version of Linux for a new smartphone, says an industry report. Meanwhile, another story has leaked a sketch of a Linux-based "Samsung i8320" phone said to be near completion, and this device may be Samsung's first LiMo-compliant...
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Nokia's Linux Smartphone Previewed

A technology site has published specs, photos, and Maemo 5 screenshots from the Nokia RX-51 smartphone.
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