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August 8, 2008 | Comments(0)

Motorola Let Loose the ROKR EM28

The last of the three music phones recently introduced by Motorola to its ROKR line-up is the ROKR EM28. This clamshell phone offers quick access to the phone’s music player using touch sensitive keys that appears only when you need to use them. It also lets you identify songs playing on its built-in FM radio through Radio Data System (RDS) technology as well as get clear calls through its CrystalTalk feature. The ROKR’s front part displays the music which is currently playing as well information on FM radio without the user opneing the flip of the phone. In addition, the music features of the ROKR EM28 includes FMShare which lets you record station information for sharing with your friends who also have mobile phones with the FM radio features. This can be done through SMS. Other features of the ROKR EM28 includes airplane mode, 11 hours of music playback, Bluetooth wireless technology for hand-free mobile phone usage. The ROKR EM28 also comes with a 3.55 mm jack which allows you to connect the phone to speakers and headsets. This mobile phone supports other music formats including MP3. Here’s a rundown of the specs and details of the ROKR EM28 clamshell phone; 3D sound effects, spatial audio and bass boost, audio equalizer, 2GB optional microSD memory card, 1.3 megapixel camera with 4x digital zoom, video capture/playback/streaming, internal 1.8-inch TFT display, external 1.2 inch black and white matrix CLI, WAP 2.o browser, wallpapers/screensavers/java games download, 450 minutes standby time and 250 hours standby time, and 11 hours music playback time. The MOTO ROKR EM28 is a Triban GSM 850/1800/1900 and 90018001900 GPRS Class 10, EDGE Class 10 mobile phone.

August 7, 2008 | Comments(0)

Sony Ericsson’s T700 is a Slim and Elegant Mobile Phone

Sony Ericsson is giving mobile users a chance to shine with the release of its new T700 mobile device. Featuring slim elegance, the T700 combines timeless design and premium features highlighted by its 3.2 megapixel camera with quick sharing features through blogs or websites. If you.re looking a music feature, the T700 boasts of a built-in stereo speakers or the phone.s colour-matched headset.The T700 will remind you of the popular Sony Ericsson T610 with robus must-have features.In addition the T700 also gives a premium experience at a mid-range price point.The T700 will definitely appeal to those who miss mobile phones such as the T610 which boast of sleek and professional look. It lets users to download clips and view in vivid colors. Other features of the Sony Ericsson T700 include, a 2-inch TFT display with 240◊320 pixel at 262.44 color TFT, 25MB internal phone memory, memory stick micro support. For its entertainment features, the T700 features trackID, PlayNow, music tones, megabass setting, media player, Bluetooth stereo and album art. For its camera function, the T700 allows video recording with video light, photo light, 3x digital zoom. For entertainment, the T700 allows video viewing, video streaming, media download, Java apps and games and 3D games. The T700 is a GSM/GPRS/EDGE 850/900/1800/1900 UMTS/HSDPA phne. It will be available in black on silver, black on red and shining silver from Q4

August 6, 2008 | Comments(0)

Rock On and On with the Motorola ROKR EM25

From the high-end ROKR EM30, we move on to the next Motorola ROKR music mobile phone which was just announced yesterday. Introducing the ROKR EM25 a sleek slider phone offering genuine music-player experience with a slew of features such a music library, built-in FM radio with Radio Data System (RDS) technology that identifies songs and artist while listening to the radio. As a music phone, the ROKR EM25 lets users store their favorite songs then enjoy listening to them for long hourse. It features a dedicated keys for quick access to the device’s phone mode.Users can play, pause, forward and rewing songs with familiar control keys. It's built-in FM radio displays song title, artists and genre whenever available. In addition, the ROKR EM25 also features FMShare that lets users record radio clips for listening later or for sharing with friends. Other features of the ROKR EM25 include; up to 2 GB optional microSD memory card, 11 hours of music playback, demo and airplane modes, multiple listening options through speakerphone, stereo Bluetooth and a universal 3.5mm jack for headphones. The ROKR EM25 also features a 1.3 megapixel camera with 4x digital zoom, support for AAC, AMR, NB, MIDI, MP3 and WAV music formats, SMS, station sharing for any FM radio station with another FM-enabled device. The phone is also pre-loaded with Jave games and can store up to 1,000 phone book entries, and it features CrystalTalk technology. The ROKR EM25 is slated for release anytime soon.

August 5, 2008 | Comments(0)

Motorola MOTOROKR EM30

Motorola has expanded its MOTOROKR family with the addition of the ROKR EM30 music phone. The ROKR EM30 can be best described as 50% talk, 50% Music and 100% You. First of all its a mobile phone that you can use for calling and texting, the next moment you’re using it as a music player. Using its modeshift technology for illuminating its keyboard, the ROKR EM30’s keyboard’s red keys illuminates when using the phone as a music player, while its blue keys illuminates when it is used in phone mode. Aside from these funky keyboard illuminations, the ROKR EM30 is also packed with powerful music features including, high-fidelity audio and fast MP3 downloads, an FM Radio equipped with Radio Data System or RDS 4 technology that tells users the artist and song currently playing on the radio, a 3.5mm stereo headset jack for using supported headsets, and Windows Media Player support. For its other features, the ROKR EM30 boasts of an intelligently sized landscape display for better web browsing, high-speed USB 2.0 connectivity feature, a 2 megapixel camera with 8x digital zoom, text-to-speech recognition, Microsoft music ecosystem support, airplane mode, crystal talk technology, an optional 8GB microSD card. The ROKR EM30 is a Quad Band; GPRS/EDGE class 12 phone. It gives out 360 minutes talktime and 300 hours standby time.

August 4, 2008 | Comments(0)

Australia’s Telstra to Release the LG KF390

Telstra announced that it will be releasing the LG KF390 slider under its Blue Tick title which is Telstra’s sort of seal of recommendation for the phone as great for rural and regional area use. The LG390 is an HSDPA phone that gives out a super fast connection speed of 7.2mbps.¬† The LG KF390 is a sturdy slider handset offering¬† a 2 megapixel camera, a sharp 2-inch screen, large tactile keys, speakerphone, Bluetooth connectivity, media player, video calling, MMS functionality, downlink speed of 7.2 megabits per second, 3G data download speeds which provides faster experience for net browsing, Whereis mapping and content downloading. The LG KF390 is now available at all Telstra shops and dealers with a recommended retail price of $559 or under Telstra’s $30 plan with a service contract of 24 months, by August 18.

July 30, 2008 | Comments(0)

T-Mobile Outs the Sidekick 2008

Verizon Wireless has just made available its follow-up to the ultra-ruggedized push-to-talk handset the Casio G’zOne - the Casio G’zOne Boulder. Available now for a retail price of $129.99 with a 2-year service contract. It is also available in Verizon’s brick-and-mortar stores for an SRP of $179.99. The G’zOne Boulder looks sleek and tough, eye-catching and was definitely built to withstand all bruise and impacts that you can possibly put on it. In terms of features and specifications, the G’zOne Boulder is also power-packed with a 1.3 megapixel camera, push-to-talk on EVDO Rev. A network. This ruggedized mobile phone was built to military specifications that enables it to survive extreme shock, water and dust environments. It gives you quick access to contacts, allows you to download games and even play music where ever you go. Its music function allows you to playback MP3, WMA, AAC and AAC+ music formats, create and manage music playlists, and sync music from PC to phone. Its camera features include a 1.3MP camera/camcorder with flash, self-timer, color effects, resolution adjustment, video capture and playback and a dedicated camera/video key. Other features of the G’zOne Boulder include; flashlight, customizable ringtone, advance speec recognition, speakerphone, voice commands, , a 2.0-inch TFT display with up to 65K colors, weighs only 4.9 ounce, and talk time of up to 214 minutes or 63 hours standby time.

July 28, 2008 | Comments(0)

Verizon Wireless Unleash the Rugged Casio G’zOne Boulder

Verizon Wireless has just made available its follow-up to the ultra-ruggedized push-to-talk handset the Casio G’zOne - the Casio G’zOne Boulder. Available now for a retail price of $129.99 with a 2-year service contract. It is also available in Verizon’s brick-and-mortar stores for an SRP of $179.99. The G’zOne Boulder looks sleek and tough, eye-catching and was definitely built to withstand all bruise and impacts that you can possibly put on it. In terms of features and specifications, the G’zOne Boulder is also power-packed with a 1.3 megapixel camera, push-to-talk on EVDO Rev. A network. This ruggedized mobile phone was built to military specifications that enables it to survive extreme shock, water and dust environments. It gives you quick access to contacts, allows you to download games and even play music where ever you go. Its music function allows you to playback MP3, WMA, AAC and AAC+ music formats, create and manage music playlists, and sync music from PC to phone. Its camera features include a 1.3MP camera/camcorder with flash, self-timer, color effects, resolution adjustment, video capture and playback and a dedicated camera/video key. Other features of the G’zOne Boulder include; flashlight, customizable ringtone, advance speec recognition, speakerphone, voice commands, , a 2.0-inch TFT display with up to 65K colors, weighs only 4.9 ounce, and talk time of up to 214 minutes or 63 hours standby time.

July 25, 2008 | Comments(0)

Samsung Makes the 8MP Innov8 Camera Phone Official

Finally, after so many rumors and leaks, Samsung Korea has officially announced its newest camera phone - the Innov8. Don’t bother thinking about what the “8″ in its name means. It’s a camera phone and perhaps the most powerful camera phone to date with its whooping 8 megapixel camera resolution. The Samsung Innov8 is simply a groundbreaking multimedia mobile phone. The Samsung Innov8 is geared for mobile phone users who want to capture and store precious memories in style with its imaging applications such as smile shot, blink shot and face recognition.The Innov8 also allows users to personalize and edit their photos, videos and music using the mobile phones Movie Maker and Story Board applications. Users can also use the mobile phone as a digital photo frame for displaying photos they’ve taken with the Innov8’s crystal clear 2.8-inch 16M color LCD. For memory storage, the Samsung Innov8 features an 8GB or 16GB flash memory and external memory slot that can provide up to additional 16GB. It also comes with 1200mAH battery good enough for users to enjoy multimedia experience for a long time. The Samsung Innov8 supports DivX, WMV, Real Player and MPEG4. It’s loaded with external dual speakers and 3D surround sound supported by DBSe 2.0 to make every video clip and movie more realistic than ever. Other features of the Innov8 includes; preloaded games such as Asphalt and FIFA 08, mobile web browsing, optical mouse, 4-way navigation key, HSDPA high speed internet support, WIFI, AGPS with geo-tagging, Symbian OS V9.3, and S60 3rd edition feature pack 2. The Samsung Innov8 is slated for released in Europe by August followed by a release in other markets sometime in September. Source

July 24, 2008 | Comments(0)

Sony Ericsson Unveils the W595 Walkman Phone

The last of the new mobile phones launched by Sony Ericsson a couple of days ago is the new W595 walkman phone. Like the other two new Sony Ericsson phones, the W902 and W302, the W595 also promises to give users full pleasure when listening music as well as impressive mobile phone features and functionality. The W595 like the W902 boasts of a 2.2-inch LCD screen which suits well with video watching. It comes packed with a 2GB memory stick micro for storage. The W595 also features built-in speakers for sharing music with friends. An additional slot for stereo share jack is included as well. Like the other two new phones, the W505 also features SensME, Shake control and trackID. For entertainment purposes, the W595 also comes preloaded with games.Other features of the Sony Ericsson W595 walkman phone include; Bluetooth, a 3.2 megapixel camera for snapping great moments and sharing it with friends, a 40 GB internal phone memory, camera features that allows video recording, picture blogging, and a 2.5x digital zoom. In addition, the W505 also features an FM Radio, allows video viewing and streaming, limited video calling feature, polyphonic ringtones, megabass feature, USB 2.0 support, web browsing through Access NetFront and your usual mobile organizer functionality.The Sony Ericsson W595 Walkman phone will be available in three variants namely the W595 which is a UMTS/HSDPA 2100 and GSM/GPRS/EDGE 850/900/1800/1900 phone and will be release in Active Blue, Cosmopolitan White, Jungle Grey and Lava Black, W595c is a GSM/GPRS/EDGE 850/900/1800/1900 phone that will be available in selected markets in Active Blue, Cosmopolitan White and Jungle Grey, and the W595a which is a GSM/GPRS/EDGE 850/900/1800/1900 phone that will be available in selected markets in Active Blue, Cosmopolitan White, Jungle Grey and Lava Black. All three W595 models will be available in Q4.

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