Window Shopping (21/06/10)

Window Shopping (21/06/10)

It's like everything's gone a little Pete Tong in the heads and hearts of the nation's mobile phone copywriters. Cost narks in O2? Blogging cows on Dolphins in Orange? Androids in Carphone Warehouse? What would your grandpa make of it all, eh?

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Window Shopping (10/05/10)

Window Shopping (10/05/10)

Mobile retail is hotting up for summer and Samsung is back in front. Google's Nexus One docks into Vodafone stores. The device takes up nearly half of all window posters, getting the iPhone treatment', so to speak

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Window Shopping (26/04/09)

Window Shopping (26/04/09)

The Xperia X10 continues to top the Mediacells charts and helps Sony Ericsson to beat Samsung and Apple in Phones 4U. Nokia is dwarfed by the mobilising competition

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Window Shopping (29/03/10)

Window Shopping (29/03/10)

Nokia loses voice to Samsung and Sony Ericsson with a supercharged high street array of media-friendly phones adorning most windows

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Window Shopping (15/02/10)

Window Shopping (15/02/10)

Latest deals and marketing on the high street

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Window Shopping: 30/11/09

Latest deals and marketing on the high street

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Window Shopping (19/10/09)

Window Shopping (19/10/09)

There are two new kids on the block at Carphone Warehouse in the form and shape of the Samsung Genio and the Sony Ericsson Satio. The new Windows phone makes its first appearance on Samsung in Carphone this weekend.

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Window Shopping (05/10/09)

The new Palm Pre is all set for its UK launch on October 16 in O2 stores with posters sprouting up, nationwide, this weekend. This comes at a time when rumours of a disappointing US launch are rife in the industry

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Window Shopping (07/09/09)

Nokia is back in front after last week's nominal lead for Samsung, due mostly to multiple promotional activities in Phones4U, Vodafone and Orange stores. LG and RIM's voice sees an upturn while Apple remains constant

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Window Shopping (21/09/09)

LG triples its voice this week with the new Chocolate and BlackBerry-slaying LG GW300. Samsung dips three per cent this week while Nokia increases its share by four per cent. RIM loses its foothold with less exposure to the consumer-ish 8520 Curve, due in no small part to LG's BlackBerry-style device muscling in

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