Dialed In 91: Samsung goes green

On this week's Dialed In podcast, we discuss the eco-friendly Samsung Reclaim and Microsoft and Nokia strike up an interesting deal.

Samsung and Sprint have jumped on the green bandwagon: they launched a new eco-friendly phone last week, the Samsung Reclaim. Speaking of green, some handset manufacturers and carriers think we're rolling in money and are charging some jaw-dropping prices for their devices. We're not quite sure what they're thinking, especially after a Gartner study finds that North Americans pay more for cell phone service than other parts of the world. We've got all this and more on this week's Dialed In podcast.

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Rumors of the week
Is iPhone MMS imminent?
Which carrier will get the HTC Hero first?
Official multitouch to appear in Android 2.0?

News
Samsung Omnia 2 coming August 23
Samsung goes green with the Reclaim
T-Mobile HTC Touch Pro2 on sale now for $349.99
Orange releases LG GD910 Watch Phone pricing
Sony Ericsson Jalou gets the D&G treatment
Microsoft-Nokia pact takes aim at RIM
North Americans pay more for cell phone service

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HTC Touch Pro2
Samsung Reclaim

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Samsung Mondi
Novero TheFirstOne Bluetooth headset
Cell2Tel Bluetooth gateway
Samsung Omnia HD

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