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December 23, 2008 | Comments(0)
Just picked up a Sony Ericsson G900 mobile phone awhile ago as an advance Christmas gift for my wife. The moment I laid my hands on the G900 I was so impressed by the its light weight, and slim design. The unit I picked up was a red G900. I had the chance to test out the phone before I left my mobile phone dealer and all I can say upon firing up the phone after loading my SIM card is that the phone is certainly one heck of mobile phone packed in tiny classic-looking body. Read more
December 22, 2008 | Comments(0)
Samsung has just released a new budget CDMA clamshell phone which is the successor to SCH-R300. Featuring a 65K color CSTN display, the Samsung Byline works like a walkie-talkie and features all the benefits of a powerful, sophisticated mobile phone. Key features of the Samsung Byline include texting and email, full web browser, a speakerphone, and downloadble content. Read more
December 18, 2008 | Comments(0)
Gigabyte’s got something new up its sleeves. A tri-band GSM Pocket PC phone with HSDPA support and has great features that would definitely make you want to own one of these smartphones/PPC phone. The gadget? - The Gigabyte GSmart MS802 PPC phone with a TFT Touchscreen QVGA color display, 3MP camera, Wi-Fi, FM Radion, and MicroSD slot. But that’s just the tip of the iceberg though when it comes to describing the features of this PPC phone. Read more
December 16, 2008 | Comments(0)
From Gresso maker of luxury mobile phones such as the AvantGarde Gold, Steel and White Diamonds comes another ultra-expensive luxury phone aptly called the AvantGarde Skeleton. To sold sold for a whooping 4,000 EURO, the AvantGarde is your standard mobile phones in a rather exquisitely designed-form factor composed of precious materials to justify its expensive price. Read more
December 15, 2008 | Comments(0)
Sprint has just launched the BlackBerry Curve 8350i smarthphone, RIM’s most advanced push-to-talk BlakcBerry smartphone to date. Utilizing the iDEN technology through the Nextel National Network, BlackBerry Curve 8350i users would have access to Nextel Direct Connect’s push-to-talk service with sub-second call set up. Combining push-to-talk capabilities and other advanced features, this phone would most likely appeal to both individual consumers and business customers which can also address the needs of other industries. The BlackBerry Curve 8350i is geared for customers who need instant convenient push-to-talk services in communicating with friends and family, fellow employees, customers and suppliers. Read more
November 23, 2008 | Comments(0)
There has been a big hype surrounding the pre-release of the Blackberry Storm for one simple reason – it is RIM’s first Blackberry phone with touchscreen features. And by having that one feature, the Blackberry Storm was touted as an iPhone killer, if not one of iPhone’s many rivals. The release of the Blackberry Storm also completes the casting of touchscreen phone heavyweights. A few weeks ago, the highly anticipated Google Android Phone was released amidst spectators’ excitement and media hype. Although the Google Android Phone was successful in eliciting good comments and positive reviews, especially coming from the anti-iPhone camp, still there’s something lacking with the Google-powered Android phone that enables it to topple the iPhone. Hence, the Google Android Phone was put in the category of one of ‘em iPhone rival or iPhone killer wannabes. Would the Blackberry Storm suffer the same fate? Would its features and specs be enough to dislodge the iPhone as the most sought after, most popular mobile phone to ever arrive in the industry? Let’s take a look on the details, features, specs and anything and everything about the Blackberry Storm.
November 20, 2008 | Comments(0)
One of LG’s newest mobile phone has arrived on AT&T - the LG Incite. The LG Incite is a GSM/3G mobile handset featuring a Wi-Fi connectivity, a 3MP camera, Windows Mobile 6.1 and a most importantly, a voice-guide GPS feature through AT&T Navigator. There are four major reasons why the LG Incite is a noteworth handset and these are its voice-guided GPS, its sophisticated design, it’s fast 3G connectivity and the fact that it is a powerful PDA phone. With voice-guided GPS, the LG Incite provides turn-by-turn driving driving directions, local business search and other navigational features. The LG Incite is also a powerful PDA specifically because of its high-performance Windows Mobile 6.1 OS, a 528 MHz processor, and a 128 MB dynamic memory. This smartphone’s 3G connectivity is also top-notch when it comes to delivering high-speed data and voice delivery allowing for a richer, and faster browsing experience for users. But aside from its technical features, the LG Incite also boast of high-quality and sophisticated feature with its smooth, reflective touch screen and minimalist design elements. Other features of the LG Incite include a 3MP camera with video capture and playback capability, Windows Media Player Mobile 10, XM satellite radio streaming, built-in FM radio, instant and email messagin functionality, 3-inch touch screen, on-screen QWERTY keyboard, Bluetooth and other standard mobile phone specs. This smartphone can give up to 8.7 hours of talk time and 21 days of standby time. It’s available under AT&T’s 2-year service contract for $199.99
November 19, 2008 | Comments(0)
Motorola has just added a new sleek-looking slide phone to its catalog of mobile phones - the MOTO VE66. With enhanced CrystalTalk audio technology, the MOTO VE66 offers a trio of great features which makes it a multimedia phone worthy of our attention. These three major features are; a 5 megapixel camera for sharp picture quality, great call quality and an MP3 player. But the most notable feature of the MOTO VE66 is the integration of widgets which provides for easier and more seamless access to interactive and real-time update contents including sport scores, stock tickers or even RSS feeds. The MOTO VE66 aims to deliver more personalized listening and imaging experience which would enable users to make a statement and express themselves. Getting down into the details of its features, let us take a look intot he CrystaTalk technology employed on the MOTO VE66. With CrystalTalk, the MOTO VE66 amplifies phone conversation while at the same time reducing background noise. In addition, the VE66 also enhances audio quality with its additional microphone which eliminates ambient background noise from the call. In short, the MOTO VE66 delivers high-quality voice calls. Next is the MOTO VE66’s camera. With a high-standard 5MP resolution, the MOTO VE66 is almost at par with your decent regular digital cameras. It even has auto focus and an active LED flash, enabling users to capture images in great quality even when under low-lit environments. The MOTO VE66 also features a dedicated camera key, automatic color saturation and the landscap view for viewing photos. And finally, the MOTO VE66 also features the FastScroll one-touch navigation wheel which lets users scroll through menus and content fast and with accuracy. It also provides high-speed access to data and downloads through users’ PCs through WiFi connectivity.Adding more fun is the phone’s integrated FM radio with RDS which helps users to discover new music even while on the move. The MOTO VE66 is slated for release before the year ends.
November 18, 2008 | Comments(0)
ASUS has just launched a new business PDA phone that it claims is the world’s fastest PDA phone featuring an 800 MHz processor - the ASUS P565 PDA Phone. Aside from being the fastest PDA phone, theP565 also features a touch-driven user interface called Glyde. The P565 is a stylish, leather-accented PDA phone which is capable of delivering graphics and system performance which is beyond anything else on the mobile phone market today. With Glyde technology, users can glide through resource-intensive tasks with easy and allow them to handle heavy multi-tasking well. Hence the ASUS P565 is an ideal phone for businesspeople who needs uncompromising performance and maximum speed from their productivity tools such as a PDA phone.The ASUS P565 also features a 2.8-touchscreen with 480×640 pixel resolution for a clear display when working on photos and spreadsheets. Since the ASUS P565 is a business-oriented phone it is but necessesary for it to have business-orietend software and applications. And it does actually have push mail, business card recognition and Microsoft Office Mobile as well as other useful applications including Anytime Launcher and Multi-Home which allows users to view calendards, times of local and visiting cities, weather reports, online news and many more - through a tap slide or flick of the user’s finger. Design-wise the ASUS P565 emits an air of exclusivity as well with with its battery lid which is lined with black synthetic leather which contrasts well with the form factor and design of the P565’s body consisting of high-gloss face. The complete rundown of the ASUS P565’s features would give as the following: HSDPA 3.6Mbps/UMTS 2100, EDGE/GPRS/GSM/900/1800/1900 Class 10 network support, Microsoft Windows Mobile 6.1 Professional for OS, 250-300 hrs standby time with 3G on and 200-250 hours with 2G on, talk time is at 3 hours with 3G and 4 hours with 2G,2.8-inch TFT VGA Touchscren at 480 x640, Marvell Tavorp 800 MHx processor, 256 MB Flash and 128 MB On-board memory,microsSD and microSDHC support, Wi-Fi, USB, Bluetooth+EDR, WAP browser, SiRF Star III with InstantFix GPS, various business applications including Word, Excel, Powerpoint and more, 3MP camera with auto focus, and video recording at 24fps.
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