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Blackberry shows off their latest offering, the Blackberry Curve 8900 (exclusive through T-Mobile.) It’s the lightest and thinnest full QWERTY Blackberry on the market. Upgrades include a higher resolution screen, upgraded processor, more memory, a 3.2 megapixel camera, flash, auto-focus,...

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BlackBerry Curve 8520 Phone, White

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  • Access all your email and messaging as well as social networking sites like Facebook and MySpace; full QWERTY keyboard with touch-sensitive optical trackpad
  • Wi-Fi connectivity for access to T-Mobile’s HotSpot @Home unlimited calling service; unlimited calling to your five most called contacts with MyFaves
  • 2-megapixel camera/camcorder; Bluetooth stereo music; MicroSD memory expansion; digital audio player syncs with iTunes and Windows Media Player
  • Up to 4.5 hours of talk time, up to 408 hours (17 days) of standby time
  • What’s in the Box: handset, battery, charger, 1 GB MicroSD card, wired stereo handsfree headset, USB cable, BlackBerry Desktop software, user manual

Amazon.com Product Description
The slim, affordable BlackBerry Curve 8520 for T-Mobile is perfect for those who need to be connected to work, friends and family while on the go. It provides easy mobile access to email, messaging (IM, SMS, MMS) and popular social networking sites (including Facebook and MySpace) and features a highly tactile full-QWERTY keyboard for comfortable, accurate typing. It’s compatible with T-Mobile’s myFaves service for unlimited nationwide calling to your fiv… More >>

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Nokia 2760 Phone, Blue

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  • Affordable dual-band GSM clamshell phone with dual LCDs
  • Compatible with T-Mobile’s MyFaves service–unlimited calling to your five most called contacts
  • Bluetooth for communication headsets, VGA camera/camcorder, access to email and instant messaging
  • Up to 3 hours of talk time, up to 264 hours (11 days) of standby time; measures 3.43 x 1.76 x 0.81 inches (HxWxD)
  • Includes: handset, battery, charger, wired handsfree headset, printed operating instructions

Amazon.com Product Description
Perfect for those looking for an easy-to-use, affordable handset to stay connected to friends and family, the dual-band GSM/EDGE Nokia 2760 is a svelte, stylish phone that’s a great mobile companion. Belying its entry level status, the 2760 comes packed with such must-have bonus features as a digital camera with video capture capabilties and Bluetooth connectivity for easy handsfree communication. Other features include dual LCD screens, speakerphone, 2.5… More >>

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Sony Ericsson K770i Review – a Review to Seekers of Great Mobile Phone Deals

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Sony Ericson is yet to impress the world of mobile phone users. With its latest Sony Ericsson K770i – that can possibly be the mobile phone of the future, so far – the highly-speculated mobile phone is now out.

The Sony Ericsson K770i Review of Music Player

Sony Ericsson K770i comes with Stereo Bluetooth. The music player supports all kinds of digital formats and it is 3GPP compatible. Sony Ericsson K770i can also transfer music files from your computer by using the Sony Ericson Disc2Phone software that is almost similar to the functionality of iTunes. Downloading of music files can also be done using your Sony Ericsson K770i. Another interesting feature of the Sony Ericsson K770i music player is the TrackID music recognition service and the PlayNow. These two features allow you to listen to music before you decide purchasing or downloading any of it.

The Specifications of Sony Ericsson K770i: Review That Tells it All

Sony Ericsson K770i has a 3.2 megapixel camera and its sleekness is superb as well with only 14.5 mm thick. As Sony Ericsson K770i conquers the whole of Europe, mobile phone users will be stirred with the chic colour of Sony Ericsson K770i that is a cool truffle brown. The colour is really much better in person than what you only hear about it. The drop-dead qualities of Sony Ericsson K770i continue to impress its consumers through the slim design, neat sliding lens, and the keypad are all real pleasure for the users.

To take a closer look at Sony Ericsson K770i’s camera you better you have to explore it more by putting it under camera mode. Functions that can be found on Sony Ericsson K770i camera are: zoom, focus, self-timer, LED flash and night mode among others. Sony Ericsson K770i even allows the user to take beautifully-shot photos and it can be uploaded easily to your PC by using the connector or the USB cable or through the Bluetooth technology that Sony Ericsson K770i supports.

The usability or the quality of being user-friendly of Sony Ericsson K770i is way off better than other mobile phone deals you can possibly get. It has a five-way joy pad that makes everything so convenient. Every feature is accessible and can be accessed quickly.

Other prevailing features of Sony Ericsson K770i include: games formatted in Java; Infrared Port; 3G that has 384kps speed; RSS feeds; Permit picture blogging; 16 MB of internal memory; built-in handsfree, image viewer,T9, organiser, voice memo, dial and stopwatch, picture editor; dimensions are 105 x 47 x 14.5 mm; weight is 95 g; messaging includes MMS, SMS, E-mail and instant messaging; call records are 30 each for missed calls and received calls; polyphonic ringing tones; and 1.9 inch TFT display with 262K colours or 240 x 320 pixels.

Sony Ericsson K770i reviews are all over the Web and everything all boils down to one major point: Sony Ericsson K770i is a must-have mobile phone deal.

BlackBerry Curve 8330 Phone, Titanium

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  • Smallest, lightest BlackBerry with full QWERTY keyboard features GPS turn-by-turn directions via Sprint Navigation
  • Sprint Mobile Broadband Network via EV-DO connectivity; Sprint TV and Sprint Music Store enabled; access personal and corporate email
  • 2-megapixel camera/camcorder; Bluetooth for handsfree devices and stereo music streaming; MicroSD expansion up to 8 GB
  • Up to 5.9 hours of talk time and up to 264 hours (11 days) of standby time
  • What’s in the box: handset, rechargeable battery, charger, USB cable, 3.5mm headphones with microphone, 1 GB MicroSD card, quick start guide

Amazon.com Product Description
Adding a fashionable touch to Research in Motion’s formidable arsenal of telephonic, PIM, and media tools, the BlackBerry 8330 Curve for Sprint is also the smallest, lightest BlackBerry phone that includes a full QWERTY keyboard. This amalgam of the svelte BlackBerry Pearl and the more business-oriented 8800 combines RIM’s long-valued corporate email and messaging platform with a host of advanced multimedia features, including a 2-megapixel camera and ste… More >>

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Nokia 5610 XpressMusic Phone, White

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  • Slider phone in silver/white with dedicated music playback controls; multi-format digital audio player; FM radio
  • Compatible with T-Mobile’s MyFaves service–unlimited calling to your five most called contacts
  • 3.2-megapixel camera with VGA video capture; Bluetooth for handsfree communication and stereo music; MicroSD expansion to 4 GB
  • Up to 4 hours of talk time, up to 300 hours (12.5 days) of standby time, and up to 22 hours of music playback
  • Includes: handset, rechargeable battery, charger, wired handsfree headset, 2 GB MicroSD memory card, printed instructions

Amazon.com Product Description
The Nokia 5610 XpressMusic slider phone for T-Mobile comes ready to rock with an iconic Music Slider key making music easy to access with a flick of the thumb. Silver aluminum side panels accent the all-white high gloss finish, and it features a large 2.2-inch, 16 million-color display for easy viewing of album art. This quad-band GSM/EDGE also features include a 3.2-megapixel camera with video capture, Bluetooth stereo music streaming, MicroSD memory exp… More >>

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It’s Sleek, It’s Powerful, It’s Awesome – Why You Should Get the Sony Ericsson X1

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It’s been a while coming, but the stunning Sony Ericsson X1 is finally about to hit the shops. Is this the king of mobile phones that we’ve all been waiting for? And is this the mobile phone you should buy? Read on to find out why you should get one!

The history of Sony Ericsson smartphones

The history of the top-end of Sony Ericsson’s range goes back a good few years, back to the days when mobile phones were built like bricks, and did, basically, nothing interesting at all, whatsoever. In fact, it goes back to before they were even Sony Ericsson, back before Sony got involved, and they were just plain, common or garden Ericsson. That first foray into the world of ‘smart’ mobile phones was the Ericsson R380, and although it’s nowhere near being even a speck of a patch on modern mobile phones, for the time, it was groundbreaking, with a touchscreen, and a flip (containing the keypad), that folded over the screen. And if that design sounds familiar to Sony Ericsson fans, it should…

You see, the same design was used on the iconic Sony Ericsson P800, the first proper, state of the art smartphone from the Swedish/Japanese joint venture. And once again, at the time, it was quite simply light years ahead of all other mobile phones, having a camera (a rarity in them’thar days), full internet access, and music and video playback. Put simply, it was stunning, and with it, Sony Ericsson changed the game. And yes, I had one. And its successor the P900. And the P910. And the Sony Ericsson P990. And the P1. (you may notice that I have a bit of a thing for top-end Sony Ericsson mobile phones). Not all of them have been majorly successful mobile phones, and they had their flaws (the Sony Ericsson P990 springs immediately to mind, in that respect), but they were advanced, powerful mobile phones, and they routinely set benchmarks about what phones could and SHOULD do.

Well, there might not be a P-Series Sony Ericsson coming out this year, but it seems their top-end smartphones have a new standard bearer, and a new home. The home is in the Xperia range of mobile phones…

And the standard-bearer, the flagship, the new face of smartphones is the glorious Sony Ericsson X1.

Sony Ericsson X1 – an objective look at its features

I’ll do the objective bit first, since I know full well I’m going to start gushing about the Sony Ericsson X1. Best get the specs out the way before I do, eh?

First up is the shell of the Sony Ericsson X1, and even here, is breaking new ground not taken by other mobile phones, with its unique ‘arc slider’ design. Basically, as you slide open the QWERTY keyboard, it angles the screen upwards, to put it at a more natural viewing angle, when you’re typing away. VERY clever, that. In terms of other hardware, the Sony Ericsson X1 also gives you a 3 megapixel camera, HSDPA internet access (as well as WiFi), and GPS, putting it right up there in the top echelon of mobile phones. Software-wise, the Sony Ericsson X1 is powered by Windows Mobile, but, like an increasing number of Windows Mobile phones, it uses a proprietary interface on top (the panels interface, in this case), that takes the power of Windows Mobile, and actually makes it user-friendly (surely a first in mobile phone history). All in all, this is one feature-packed and powerful mobile phone.

Right, that’s the objective bit out the way, time for me to get all subjective over it.

Sony Ericsson X1 – the unprofessional, subjective bit, where I go ‘squeeeeeeeeee’ a lot

Anyone who’s read my articles in the past will know that when I come across mobile phones that I really, really, really like, I tend to get a bit excited and lose all objectivity. Well, frankly, I’m amazed I’ve kept up the objectivity this far into the article, since I’ve been waiting to get my hands on the Sony Ericsson X1 since February! I mean come on, it’s stunning. I always judge a mobile phone’s quality on how much it makes me want it, and with the X1, Sony Ericsson have got me drooling with anticipation. It’s a true powerhouse of a mobile phone, it looks like a work of art, and I get a little warm tingle inside whenever I look at it. I know full well that’s sad to be in love with a mobile phone, but that’s how good the Sony Ericsson X1 is. I want one. no two ways about it, I want one, and after it gets released tomorrow, I confidently predict you’ll want one too!

Mobile Phones Will Never be the Same Again – the Blackberry Storm 9500 is Here!

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It’s been causing a stir before it even got released, but soon, you’ll be able to get your hands on one of the most eagerly awaited mobile phones ever: the stunning, powerful and achingly cool Blackberry Storm 9500…

Fruit-based communications – the history of Blackberry mobile phones

When you look round the world of mobile phones, most phones seem to have one thing, one key point that sticks in your mind. The Apple iPhone’s known for its flashy interface. Sony Ericsson are known for Cyber-Shot and Walkman mobile phones… and Blackberry mobile phones are known for email. It won’t surprise you to learn that the first Blackberry mobile phones (well, let’s call them ‘devices’, for now) were focused heavily on instant email, wherever you were. That was their party trick, and it was so powerful a tool that Blackberry mobile phones became the standard for business phones. Rarely would you see a businessman using anything but a Blackberry mobile phone! But then, something happened, and they went all commercial. They weren’t content with being just business mobile phones any more, Blackberry devices wanted to finally live up to the name ‘mobile phone’ and crack the non-corporate sector, too. Their first assaults, the Blackberry Pearl, and Blackberry Curve, are still going strong today, and loads of people have joined the Cult Of Blackberry (and even more will do because of the Blackberry Bold).

But there’s one mobile phone that’s destined to be the star of the show for Blackberry this year, and with very good reason. It’s their first ever touchscreen mobile phone, it’s got innovation pouring out of every orifice, and it’s one of the sexiest and most powerful mobile phones of the year.

Yep, it can only be the Blackberry Storm 9500…

Blackberry Storm 9500 – more than just a storm in a teacup…

The Blackberry Storm 9500 is a first in more ways than one. Not only is it the first touchscreen mobile phone ever made by them, but the Blackberry Storm 9500 is the first phone ever to have a clickable, moving screen. I’ll say that again. The screen on the Blackberry Storm 9500 moves. And why is that? Well, because it makes the action of selecting something on screen, pressing down on it, feel like you’re pressing a physical button, giving you FAR more tactile feedback than any other mobile phones can manage. So good is this concept, that when using the virtual keyboard on the Blackberry Storm 9500 feels almost identical to using a real, physical keyboard! No other mobile phones in the world can claim that.

In terms of features, you a 3 megapixel camera (which isn’t as good as some other mobile phones on the market, but does still produce some really nice photos), HSDPA internet access and GPS, as well as a brilliant music and video player. Oh, and incidentally, given that the screen is also huge, videos played on the Blackberry Storm 9500 look fantastic.

Come on, how good is the Blackberry Storm 9500, really?

Ok, so it’s full of cool features, it’s got a unique clicky screen, but when you get right down to it, is the Blackberry Storm 9500 (or just the Blackberry Storm, if you can’t be bothered to keep using its full name) really that good? Well, yes, it is, quite frankly. Sure, you can list the features till the cows come home, but the true mark of quality in mobile phones is how a particular device makes you feel, and, well, the Blackberry Storm 9500 will make you feel brilliant. From clicking down on that screen (which just rocks), to watching videos, to the full Blackberry email service (which, yes, you do get), the Blackberry Storm 9500 is just phenomenal. So, to the answer the question… is the Blackberry Storm 9500 any good? No. It’s even better!

The Nokia N900 – the journey starts here

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The Nokia N900 – the journey starts here The release of the N900 sees the culmination of months of testing, tweaking and hard work, all to ensure that you get the device you have been hoping for. The project however, has only just begun… It’s all of you out there – the developers, the fans, the consumers – who are going to dictate where the device goes and what it is capable of. Get thinking, be inventive, use your imagination and push the N900 to its limits. The work you do will make this …

Sony Ericsson C902 Review – Flagship C Series Phone

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The Sony Ericsson “C” series is the cyber-shot camera series of mobile phones. The Sony Ericsson C902 is the successor to the K850, but the “K” series has now been replaced with the “C” series. Beginning with the C702 and the C902 the phones will no longer be called cyber-shot phones but simply “C” series camera phones. The Sony Ericsson C902 is a higher quality camera phone than the K850 and includes a 5 megapixel camera with a PhotoFlash, something new that Sony Ericsson just developed with the production of this new phone series. The Sony Ericsson C902 has a slimmer design and an enhanced camera interface, but other than that there are few improvements over the K850.

The design of the Sony Ericsson C902 is different from the K850. The new designed has been dubbed a candybar design and is approximately 40% slimmer than the K850 with a sleeker and more classic look to it. The TFT display 2.0″, smaller than the previous model, a necessary move because of the touch shortcuts that have been added to both sides of the phone’s display screen. The lid on the Sony Ericsson C902 protects both cameras, but you need to open the lid manually to use the one phone, but the other is used for video calling and works without opening the lid.

Looking at the design and changes on the Sony Ericsson C902 shows potential customers how Sony Ericsson works to keep up with the changes in demand and technology. The same holds true of their other phones as well such as the “W” series which is the walkman series designed specifically as a music phone. Sony Ericsson designs these two series’ with extra quality for those functions though many users would prefer the high quality of both functions in each model. Other than the inability to have high quality in both music and camera through each series of phones, there are little complains about the quality of any Sony Ericsson phone.

When you’re looking for a high quality camera phone, you can be sure Sony Ericsson can meet the demand and compete with the ever changing technology. Wherever that need leads the mobile phone industry, you will find Sony Ericsson right there. Read any Sony Ericsson C902 review and you will discover the satisfaction that is among the users. The Sony Ericsson C902 is just another high quality mobile phone with the Sony Ericsson name on it. Mobile phone deals make it even sweeter because you don’t have to pay full price to own this high quality camera phone.

The Sony Ericsson C902 is the latest but probably not the greatest of the Sony Ericsson camera phones. As the future progresses, you will soon more and better quality camera phones with the Sony Ericsson name on them, but thus far the Sony Ericsson C902 is the best Sony Ericsson has released so far. With each series you will find higher quality and some added enhancements that will guarantee even better picture taking and video recording.

BlackBerry Bold 9700

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Here is a video tour of the BlackBerry Bold 9700 for T-Mobile.

Nokia N95 8gb Unlocked (free GPS Navigation Serv. for 6 Months)

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Nokia N95 8GB Houses Technology comparable to that of a miniature computer. Not that the Nokia N95 8GB 5 Megapixel camera included with The Nokia N95 8GB is by any means a sight for sore eyes, on the contrary.The Nokia N95 – 4 8GB Unlocked Phones shape maybe reminiscent of a small rock, its a teeny oversight considing that the Unlocked Nokia N95 8GB houses technology comparable to that of a miniature computer. Not that the Nokia N95 8GB is by any means a sight for sore eyes, on the contrary, the face of the phone has a nice glossy sheen to it and the back of the phone is painted a muted black. Both shades work well together to produce a juxtaposition of darkness that hints at the sober use of technology inside the phone.

 

The greatest advancement that Nokia has included with the phone is the ability to utilize a WLAN or HSDPA (3.5G) connection which is up to ten times faster than the commonplace 3G network.

When going on a road trip, you might not want to forget your Unlocked N95 Cell Phone along with the necessary clothes and food needed for the duration of the trip. With the built in A-GPS you’ll have no problem finding directions to your destination, and since there are interactive maps for more than 100 countries, there’s no need to be afraid of getting lost when you travel abroad.

Using the Nokia N95 as a multimedia device is where it really shines. Drop the bulky digital camera you’ve been lugging around and take advantage of the 5 Megapixel camera included with the Nokia N95 8GB. That many Megapixels crammed into the phone take better pictures than most of the digital cameras on the market right now. And what’s the use of taking pictures, if the screen they appear on isn’t up to snuff? Thankfully you can appreciate all the fine photos you take, as well as the videos you toss on your phone in crystal clear quality with the 2.6-inch QVGA (240 x 320 pixel) display.

Along with losing the digital camera, you can toss your mp3 player right out the window and take advantage of the large 8 Gig capacity this phone utilizes. And when you’re at a friend’s house, get the party started with enhanced “3d audio” that gets pumped out of the dual speakers.

The Nokia N95 8GB Unlocked Cell Phone contains everything a cell phone on the cusp of the technological revolution should have. In addition to all its multimedia features, the N95 includes Bluetooth 2.0 and USB 2.0 which all you to connect to your other peripherals with ease.

The Nokia N95 – 4 8GB Unlocked Phones shape maybe reminiscent of a small rock, its a teeny oversight considing that the Unlocked Nokia N95 8GB houses technology comparable to that of a miniature computer. Not that the Nokia N95 8GB is by any means a sight for sore eyes, on the contrary, the face of the phone has a nice glossy sheen to it and the back of the phone is painted a muted black. Both shades work well together to produce a juxtaposition of darkness that hints at the sober use of technology inside the phone.

The greatest advancement that Nokia has included with the phone is the ability to utilize a WLAN or HSDPA (3.5G) connection which is up to ten times faster than the commonplace 3G network.

When going on a road trip, you might not want to forget your Unlocked N95 Cell Phone along with the necessary clothes and food needed for the duration of the trip. With the built in A-GPS you’ll have no problem finding directions to your destination, and since there are interactive maps for more than 100 countries, there’s no need to be afraid of getting lost when you travel abroad.

Using the Nokia N95 as a multimedia device is where it really shines. Drop the bulky digital camera you’ve been lugging around and take advantage of the 5 Megapixel camera included with the Nokia N95 8GB. That many Megapixels crammed into the phone take better pictures than most of the digital cameras on the market right now. And what’s the use of taking pictures, if the screen they appear on isn’t up to snuff? Thankfully you can appreciate all the fine photos you take, as well as the videos you toss on your phone in crystal clear quality with the 2.6-inch QVGA (240 x 320 pixel) display.

Along with losing the digital camera, you can toss your mp3 player right out the window and take advantage of the large 8 Gig capacity this phone utilizes. And when you’re at a friend’s house, get the party started with enhanced “3d audio” that gets pumped out of the dual speakers.

The Nokia N95 8GB Unlocked Cell Phone contains everything a cell phone on the cusp of the technological revolution should have. In addition to all its multimedia features, the N95 includes Bluetooth 2.0 and USB 2.0 which all you to connect to your other peripherals with ease.

The Nokia N95 – 4 8GB Unlocked Phones shape maybe reminiscent of a small rock, its a teeny oversight considing that the Unlocked Nokia N95 8GB houses technology comparable to that of a miniature computer. Not that the Nokia N95 8GB is by any means a sight for sore eyes, on the contrary, the face of the phone has a nice glossy sheen to it and the back of the phone is painted a muted black. Both shades work well together to produce a juxtaposition of darkness that hints at the sober use of technology inside the phone.

The greatest advancement that Nokia has included with the phone is the ability to utilize a WLAN or HSDPA (3.5G) connection which is up to ten times faster than the commonplace 3G network.

When going on a road trip, you might not want to forget your Unlocked N95 Cell Phone along with the necessary clothes and food needed for the duration of the trip. With the built in A-GPS you’ll have no problem finding directions to your destination, and since there are interactive maps for more than 100 countries, there’s no need to be afraid of getting lost when you travel abroad.

Using the Nokia N95 as a multimedia device is where it really shines. Drop the bulky digital camera you’ve been lugging around and take advantage of the 5 Megapixel camera included with the Nokia N95 8GB. That many Megapixels crammed into the phone take better pictures than most of the digital cameras on the market right now. And what’s the use of taking pictures, if the screen they appear on isn’t up to snuff? Thankfully you can appreciate all the fine photos you take, as well as the videos you toss on your phone in crystal clear quality with the 2.6-inch QVGA (240 x 320 pixel) display.

Along with losing the digital camera, you can toss your mp3 player right out the window and take advantage of the large 8 Gig capacity this phone utilizes. And when you’re at a friend’s house, get the party started with enhanced “3d audio” that gets pumped out of the dual speakers.

The Nokia N95 8GB Unlocked Cell Phone contains everything a cell phone on the cusp of the technological revolution should have. In addition to all its multimedia features, the N95 includes Bluetooth 2.0 and USB 2.0 which all you to connect to your other peripherals with ease.

Sony Ericsson – Developments so Far in 2008

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Among the dozens of mobile phone manufacturers in the market today, Sony Ericsson is probably one of the youngest.  The London-based company was founded in 2001 and it is actually a join venture between Sony Corporation and Ericsson which is  a Swedish company.

Today, Sony Ericsson specializes in manufacturing the following products:
- Mobile phones
- Mobile music devices
- Hi-tech accessories
- Wireless systems
- Wireless voice devices
- Wireless data services

Sony Ericsson Mobile Phones at a Glance

As one of the specializations of Sony Ericsson in general, let us take a look at the line of mobile phones that the company has released so far:

1. Walkman Sony Ericsson Mobile Phones

When purchasing mobile phones these days, it is quite difficult to find an all-in-one mobile device that will give you all the features that you need. As such, you need to decide whether you will settle for an excellent music phone with an average camera – or an excellent camera phone with an average music player.

In this area, Sony Ericsson has lead the pact in manufacturing music-centred mobile phones when the Walkman series was launched in 2005.

2. Cyber-Shot Sony Ericsson Mobile Phones

If you are leaning more towards having an excellent camera phone, then you should go for the Cyber-Shot Sony Ericsson mobile phones.  This line of high-end camera phones was launched in 2006, with the K-Series.

3. UIQ Sony Ericsson Smartphones

Every mobile phone company has started launching a line of smartphones to suit the discriminating tastes of the consumers – and Sony Ericsson is no exception. The Sony Ericsson P800 is an example of the UIQ smartphones that they have.

4. Xperia Sony Ericsson Mobile Phones

Lastly, there is the Sony Ericsson Xperia X1 mobile phone which was launched last February 2008. This utilizes the Windows Mobile operating system

Other Sony Ericsson Developments for the Rest of 2008

First up, the company recently announced that they will launch a new music service called PlayNow Plus.  The service features unlimited music downloads which rivals the music that rival company Nokia is offering.

The PlayNow Plus music service will start in Sweden – then will be rolled out in other countries by 2009.

So which Sony Ericsson mobile phone will be compatible with the new music service that they have? The company is set to release the Sony Ericsson W902 Walkman mobile phone – which will be the first to include the integrated PlayNow Plus service.

The second exciting development that the company offers to its loyal subscribers is the launching of the Sony Ericsson Xperia X1 mobile phone. This is the first smartphone that the company has which uses the Windows Mobile operating system.

Based from the initial reviews, the hardware installed in the Sony Ericsson Xperia X1 does not disappoint in terms of performance.

To give you an idea about what to expect, here are the specifications for the Sony Ericsson Xperia X1 mobile phone:
- 800×480 resolution Touchscreen (flush)
- 3.2 Megapixel camera
- MicroSD for expansion
- MiniUSB for data and charging
- HSDPA/HSUPA/Quad Band
- WiFi and Bluetooth
- aGPS functionality
- 3.5mm headset jack for music
- Qualcomm’s MSM7200A CPU, 528Mhz

We may already be well into the third quarter of 2008 – but there are still a lot of Sony Ericsson developments that you should watch out for.

Blackberry Phones Powerhouse For Business

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The BlackBerry is the brainchild of the unit of the noteworthy Canadian manufacturer, Research IN Motion that was founded in Canada in 1984. The various features that BlackBerry phones offer including email, text messaging, website browsing, faxing through Internet came up in 2002. The world of colors opened for Blackberry mobile with its full color screen of 5810 in 2002.At the present time BlackBerry have 8000 series of BlackBerry mobile phones. And this historical achievement made BlackBerry a full-bodied business class plus entertaining widget with array of modern technologies including EDGE in GSM network, Wi-Fi and other enhanced specifications. The latest BlackBerry series that recently launched is 9000 where touch screen, slider phone, angular and curvy keyboard to make the phones really attractive and user-friendly.

BlackBerry mobile has the business market nailed, with the several different business ranges including the more traditional Curve and Bold models, as well as the slimmer Pearl line and touch screen BlackBerry 9500 Storm. The latest phones are packed with portable media powers, that let the peoples communicate whenever and wherever they want. Blackberry 6230 is the most memorable phone for Berry in its first year. The phone was introduced in 2002, the very first year of Blackberry mobiles. Blackberry 8700 was the first phone of Blackberry to target private consumers as well as business oriented world. The Pearl 8110 was the first fashionable pearl phone introduced in 2006. The Blackberry Bold and Blackberry Storm are two latest Blackberry mobiles that include the features like 3G Wi Fi and GPS.

Blackberry Bold is a big powerhouse for business users while the Blackberry Storm is the very first touch screen phone that offer a tactile panel you push down to click. BlackBerry Pearl 8100 belongs to the popular pearl series of Blackberry mobiles. 8100 is the smallest BlackBerry Smartphone to hit the market with its latest features. The other latest Blackberry phones available in the market are Curve 8300, Pearl Flip 8220, Curve 8310, Curve 8320, Curve 8900 javelin and 7130g. These Blackberry mobile phones are available with the deals like Blackberry contract deal, cheap Blackberry mobiles and many more that attract the mobile phone users.

Blackberry phones have become the most popular mobile supplier because BlackBerry has included functionalities such as corporate data access, calendar, paging, organizer, wireless Internet browsing, Wi Fi and GPS features.

Nokia Mixed Reality Demo

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Sony Ericsson Satio Review – Part 1

Posted by admin | Posted in Cell Phones & Plans | Posted on 30-12-2009

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The first part of our Sony Ericsson Satio review. This part features the body, the main menu and the camera. Watch our second and third part for the full review and visit www.youserbase.org for further information.