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July 11, 2008 | Comments(0)

Virgin Mobile’s Got the UTStarcom Arc Phone

The UTStarcom Arc is a simple and yet feature-rich clamshell CDMA phone that just got released through Virgin Mobile. Available through Virgin Mobile’s Pay-As-You-Go mobile packages, the ARC mobile phone is loaded with some decent features which you wouldn’t to have in such a cheaply priced mobile phone. You can use it to snap important moments in your life with its useful camera then have it transferred to another Bluetooth enabled mobile phones. It’s got full color internal and external screens, text messaging functions, mobile web browser, a speakerphone, voice dialing features and its TTY/TDD enabled. The UTStarcom ARC gives out 210 minutes of talk time and 14.5 days of standby time. And measuring 3.8″ Arc.8″x0.7″ inches and weighing 3oz, the ARC would not be a bother to bring along with you wherever you go. And since this is under Virgin Mobile, you’ll have access to some of its mobile services and stuff that you can download including; real music ringtones, chat park, graphics, games and many more. For an SRP of $49.99, you can grab yourself this mobile phone and you don’t have to worry too much about activation as Virgin Mobile is offering it as a free service. You’ll also get a charger and battery that comes with the ARC package.

July 9, 2008 | Comments(0)

Motorola MOTOMING A810 Launches in China

The second mobile phone in Motorola’s Motoming line up is the A810. The Motoming A810 is a feature-rich mobile handset with an affordable price. Its key feature includes a touch screen LCD display measuring 2.2 inches. The Motoming A810 boasts of a full-featured touch screen LCD measuring just 2.2 inches. The large screen and the touchscreen features make it easy for users to communicate through SMS or email. And its 2.2 touchscreen display recognize stylus handwriting which allows for direct inputing using the 2.2 interactive screen. Sending SMS or receiving email would never be a daunting task anymore. The Motoming features; an integrated MP3 player, FM radio, video recording/playback capabilities that could stimulate your senses during downtime. In addition, the A810 also boards of a 2.0 megapixel camera. It allows instant sending of photos and videos through SMS or email definitely a breeze.Other features of the Motoming A810 include; GSM 900/1800/1900 support, GPRS and EDGE support, WAP, HTML, Opera v.85, PC Sync Tool, up to 2 GB of removable memory, Bluetooth Class

July 8, 2008 | Comments(0)

The Motorola MotoMing A1600 PDA Phone

Motorola has just announced its latest PDA phone belonging to the MOTOMING mobile series, the Motoming A1600. This new handset is a feature rich mobile device thatis geared for the multi-tasking consumer. This PDA phone boasts of a touchscreen display that simulates a traditional keyboard in delivering familiar experience to users. It features a simpliefied interface that even allows one-handed access to its most frequently used features. It’s Bluetooth connectivity lets users pair up with other Bluetooth enabled devices. The Motoming A1600 also features a nifty business card reader that comes in handy when meeting new business contacts. It also comes with a talking dictionary which pronounced words that it recognizes using a human voice before displaying the translation text using the user’s native language. This is a useful application for users who travel internationally often as it will certainly reduce the language barriers. Other features of the Motoming A1600 include; a 3-megapixel camera with panoramic capturing mode, auto focus, scanning capability, external removable memory card that allows storage of up to 4GB data, A-GPS support with turn-by-turn navigation when walking or driving, mobile games, SMS and MMS, 27mb internal memory, Fuzzy Pin Yin handwriting recognition, runs on GSM Quad 850/900/1800/1900 MHz, and a 2.4-inch 320×240 TFT LCD display.

July 7, 2008 | Comments(0)

Verizon to Release the LG Chocolate 3 on July 14

Words on the street say that the LG Chocolate 3 is coming out on Verizon starting on July 14. Being the third in the series of LG Chocolate models, we would expect this new mobile handset to sport a slider design. The first two LG Chocolates were the VX8500 and VX8550.  LG decided to make this new Chocolate mobile device, also known as LG VX8560,  different from the previous two models and released it as a clamshell phone. Nonetheless it is still a great phone which is geared for mobile music loving phone users. The LG Chocolate 3 will be initially available in Black and Light Blue colors.  Since this is geared as a mobile music phone, it is but expected that the LG Chocolate 3 would have large storage capacity. And indeed it has with a whooping 1GB of internal memory plus microSDHC support for up to 8GB. That pretty much takes care of storing many, and we mean many digital music files. Other features of the LG Chocolate 3 include; 1.76-inch (176×220) pixel external display with navigation wheel, a 2.2-inch internal QVGA display, a 3.5mm headset jack, a 2-megapixel camera, stereo speakers, Bluetooth 2.1, and an integrated FM transmitter. The LG Chocolate is a dual-band CDMA phone that runs on 800/1900 MHz network. As reported, it will be released by July 14 for $129 after $50 rebate with a service contract agreemene running for 2 years or $199 after $50 rebate for a 1-year service contract or an outright purchase per unit for $299. Via Phone Arena

July 3, 2008 | Comments(0)

The Sleek, Gorgeous and Revealing Nokia 7510 Supernova

There are three ways to describe the new Nokia 7510 Supernova mobile phone - it’s a head turner, delightfully surprising, great social device. This sleek looking flip phone is the second of the Nokia Supernova mobile handset that Nokia has just introduced last week. And like the Nokia Supernova 7210 , the Supernova 7510 also comes with various Xpress-On covers that should fit various moods and fashion sense. The Nokia 7210 lets you add a personal style while keeping up-to-date with your social networks. This mobile phone baby boasts of the following key features; push-to-open side key, exchangeable Xpress-on covers, OSS browser, hidden front display that shines brightly through the cover when the phone is in used, microSD memory card with music player and FM radio, a 2.0 megapixel camera with integrated LED flash light and 4x digital zoom, and a large 2.2-inch QVGA display that supports 16.7 million colors. In addition, the Nokia 7210 operates on Quadband frequency GSM/EDGE 850/900/1800/1900, a secondaray monochrome display, runs on series 40 platform, messaging and email, GPRS/EDGE, Bluetooth and 2.5 mm AV connector, XHTML, WAP 2.0, integrated handsfree speaker, and many other features.

July 2, 2008 | Comments(0)

Motorola ROKR8 Coming to T-Mobile Soon

Although the Motorola ROKR 8 has been available internationally, it is only now that it will be finally coming to the US market, courtesy of T-Mobile. This black candybar offer a lot of decent goodies that just might convince you take on a T-Mobile subscription plan. It’s major features include a 2-megapixel camera, a whooping 2GB of internal storage plus a microSD slot that can store up to 8GB, a stereo Bluetooth, 3.5mm headphone jack, FM radio, and a morping keypad. For those looking for 3G connectivity, sadly the Motorola ROKR8 doesn’t come with the said feature. Other features of the Motorola ROKR8 include; a music player with external controls, video capture/playback, MegaTones, wallpaper, HiFi Ringers, Games, support for T-Mobile’s myFaves service, picture messaging, easy text input, voice-activated functions, alarm clock, calculator, calendar, T-Mobile Address Book. The Motorola ROKR8 gives out up to 7.5 hours of talk time and 12.5 hours of standby time. It works on 850 MHZ, 900 MHZ, 1800 MHz, and 1900 MHz frequency band. This baby will be available for $199.99 with service contract on July 7.

June 30, 2008 | Comments(0)

The Sleek, Gorgeous and Vibrant Nokia 7210 Supernova

In brief, the new Nokia 7210 Supernova lets you personalize your style with a simple and chic mobile handset which will give a fresh, funky look that will make a few heads turn while you use it. The 7210 comes in fresh colors, chic design, glossy finish and essential features. The Nokia 7210 boasts of accompanying Xpress-On covers to match up users moods and possibly attire. The Nokia 7210 boasts of major features such as a music player and FM stereo radio. You can store music tracks on its expandable external memory that supports microSD memory cards of up to 2GB capacity. It lets you capture high-quality images with a 2 megapixel camera which in the standard of camera phones in its class is pretty high enough. Plus, it has direct link to Flickr to let you easily upload your pictures. The Nokia 7210 maybe a pretty simple and basic mobile phone but it works on GSM/EGSM 900/1800/1900 networks. Other features of the Nokia 7210 Supernova includes; a 2-inch QVGA display with 240×320 pixel resolution, series 40 users interface, 30MB internal memory, SMS/MMS/AMS messaging, EDGE, Bluetooth, USB 2.0 and Nokia PC Suite support, WAP 2.0 XHTML, video recording and streaming features, mono handsfree speaker, MP3 and true tones support, JAVA and other mobile web applications and games support, including Flickr, MyNokia, Macromedia Flash Lite, Mobile Search, Widsets and many more. The Nokia 7210 gives out up to 2 hours of talk time and up to 250 hours of standby time. It also comes with the usual Personal Information Management features such as calculator, contacts, alarm and size converter.

June 29, 2008 | Comments(0)

The Nokia Supernova Series - 7610, 7510, 7310, 7210

Loyal Nokia fans in the US have more than reason to rejoice with the release of one of Nokia’s N-series models - the sleek looking N78. The Nokia N78 combines advanced mobile features including A-GPS, a 3.2 megapixel camera with Carl Zeiss optics and high-speed HSDPA connectivity on North American 850/1900 MHz networks and boasts of other features such as Nokia Maps and Share on Ovi. The Nokia N78 also features maximum voice and messaging performanc. “Offering the robust feature set expected from an Nseries device, the integration of these features with Nokia’s new suite of Ovi services is what makes the Nokia N78 a perfect companion for a connected and mobile lifestyle,” said William Plummer, Vice President of Go-to-Market for Nokia. “Whether using GPS to find my way across town, adding geotag information to the images I capture and upload to Share on Ovi, or using the FM transmitter to listen to my music collection through my car stereo, the Nokia N78 keeps me connected and entertained wherever I go.” In addition, each Nokia N78 comes with a free three-month trial navigation license for the Nokia maps services. This enables users to calculate routing information, provides details on up to 15 million different points of interest, and gives audible and visual turn-by-turn directions from point A to B. The A-GPS also allows users to “geotag” photos they’ve taken using the N78’s camera.The N78 is also a music player and an integrated FM transmitter. And with an optional MicroSD memory card slot, you can store up to 8GB worth of music files.

June 27, 2008 | Comments(0)

Nokia N78 North American Version Released

Loyal Nokia fans in the US have more than reason to rejoice with the release of one of Nokia’s N-series models - the sleek looking N78. The Nokia N78 combines advanced mobile features including A-GPS, a 3.2 megapixel camera with Carl Zeiss optics and high-speed HSDPA connectivity on North American 850/1900 MHz networks and boasts of other features such as Nokia Maps and Share on Ovi. The Nokia N78 also features maximum voice and messaging performanc. “Offering the robust feature set expected from an Nseries device, the integration of these features with Nokia’s new suite of Ovi services is what makes the Nokia N78 a perfect companion for a connected and mobile lifestyle,” said William Plummer, Vice President of Go-to-Market for Nokia. “Whether using GPS to find my way across town, adding geotag information to the images I capture and upload to Share on Ovi, or using the FM transmitter to listen to my music collection through my car stereo, the Nokia N78 keeps me connected and entertained wherever I go.” In addition, each Nokia N78 comes with a free three-month trial navigation license for the Nokia maps services. This enables users to calculate routing information, provides details on up to 15 million different points of interest, and gives audible and visual turn-by-turn directions from point A to B. The A-GPS also allows users to “geotag” photos they’ve taken using the N78’s camera.The N78 is also a music player and an integrated FM transmitter. And with an optional MicroSD memory card slot, you can store up to 8GB worth of music files.

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