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Sony Ericsson C902 Review – Compare and Contrast to K850

Posted by admin | Posted in Cell Phones & Plans | Posted on 03-07-2010

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The Sony Ericsson C902 is a cyber-shot phone that is the successor to the K850. Beginning with the C702 and this model Sony will no longer call them cyber-shot phones but just “C” series. The Sony Ericsson C902 is from a higher class than its predecessor and comes with a 5 megapixel camera that comes complete with a brand new type of flash that Sony calls a PhotoFlash. Except for a slimmer design and an enhanced interface in the camera there are few improvements in the specifications for the Sony Ericsson C902 compared to the K850.

The Sony Ericsson C902 also has a different design than the K850. This new design is called the candybar design and is about 40% slimmer than the K850 with a sleeker and classier look. The TFT display on the Sony Ericsson C902 is 2.0″ compared to the 2.2″ on the K850 but it still has the same resolution. It was necessary to reduce the TFT display because of the touch shortcuts that were added to both sides on this model.

The lid on the Sony Ericsson C902 protects both cameras that are included on this model. You will open the lid manually revealing both cameras but one is used for video calling, and you do not need to open the lid to use it. Except for a few shortcuts that have been added to the keypad, the camera’s interface remains the same as in the K850. These are just minor changes and should have no effect on the user’s ability to operate either camera.

The importance of the Sony Ericsson C902 is in Sony’s ability to keep up with the future needs and desires of its users. The way Sony identifies its phones by class makes it easier for a user to identify the classification they need. For example, the “W” series is the Walkman phones which have higher quality music players where as the “C” series concentrates on the quality of the camera’s output. The only bad part is that so far Sony has not come up with a music phone that has high quality picture and video capabilities.

Making the choice to switch to the Sony Ericsson C902 means you are taking a step into the new generation of cell phones. At the present time it doesn’t appear that there is a Sony Ericsson C902 review available since both the C702 and C902 are still prototypes. That doesn’t mean anyone should hold off ordering one when mobile phone deals become available because Sony Ericsson has a reputation to uphold and will not put something on the market that they have not tested themselves. If you’re looking for a quality camera phone with excellent video capabilities, the Sony Ericsson C902 is definitely a good choice to make. You want to make sure you keep it in mind when you are ready to buy a new camera phone and be sure to obtain a date from your carrier when it will be available.

The Sony Ericsson C902 mobile phone is available now. View price comparisons or read the Sony Ericsson C902 review.

Top DVD to Blackberry Converter Suite Review

Posted by admin | Posted in Blackberry | Posted on 19-03-2010

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DVD to BlackBerry Converter nowadays is the very hot search in google, and must blackberry users are looking for the most suitable DVD to BlackBerry Converter software, and most of the website just give you the software and it’s features, whether it is satisfied your need, you should make the judgement by your self. And now, you need the webpage that can give you the Comparison of DVD to BlackBerry Converter Software

And the page I found should solve the problems. This webpage recommends you the best and most popular transfer DVD to Blackberry software,. review experts have tested many similar DVD to BlackBerry Converter Suite and narrow them down to the top five products. It can help you decide which DVD to BlackBerry Converter Suite is the best to meet your needs. They evaluate DVD to BlackBerry Converter Suite from Speed, Quality, Easy to Use, Software Stability, Feature, Support, whether contains the user guide, and etc. Here, you not only can from the software self to compare them, you can also find the message whether your computer hard drive or OS support this software, and so on..

What’s more, it also supports you the download and purchase links directly for you to own the DVD to Blackberry converter software, and if you still have one converter software but have no idea on how to use it, this page can provides you the related solution guide that can help you a lot.

I think with these useful messages the page gives you, no matter you are one green hand, or the advanced user, you can both acquire something from here.

Sony Ericsson K770i Review – Cyber-shot Reinforcement

Posted by admin | Posted in Cell Phones & Plans | Posted on 19-03-2010

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The latest addition to the burgeoning Cyber-Shot range may not be as high-spec as the Sony Ericsson flagship model K850i, but it’s designed to be an update to the highly-popular K750i. This will undoubtedly mean that it will draw many parallels with the recent T650i due to the similarities in both features and design; although this can’t be seen as a bad thing, considering how good that handset was. Let’s introduce ourselves to the Sony Ericsson K770i Cyber-Shot phone.

As in the T650i, the emphasis in terms of design seems to be on improvements in ease of use rather than superior specs. With the K770i, the specs may not be headline-making but the quality construction and design seem close to deserving of that accolade. In Sony Ericsson’s of old, movement through menus and the like were done via a navigation joystick, which for many was one of the more non-user friendly aspects of using a Sony Ericsson handset.

Thankfully, this has now been ditched in favour of a more conventional D-pad and this improves things no end. By doing this Sony Ericsson have made themselves more appealing to the masses and removed the ‘Marmite Factor’ from their navigation control design. Where the joystick was fiddly and cumbersome, the D-pad seen in the K770i is the complete opposite and makes a major difference to the way this device operates when compared to the earlier K750i.

Also worth mentioning is the quality of the keypad, which for some has also been a recent Sony Ericsson bug-bear. Each of the alphanumeric keys is perfectly sized and with enough elevation to make using the K770i a good experience. This coupled with the nicely-rounded design means that the K770i is a big improvement to the previous K750i, which despite being a very good phone wasn’t always the most user-friendly of devices. We’re all glad to see that Sony Ericsson have finally noticed this flaw and changed it accordingly. Let’s hope they keep things this way.

As well as a much-improved keypad, the screen quality also has improved dramatically, which in the K810i was a major issue, but the display on the K770i brings it up in line with the current market leader on these terms; Nokia.

The camera has also been upgraded from the K750i’s 2MP to a 3.2MP in the K770i, which is very similar to the T650, just with the Cyber-Shot functionality. Though it may not compare favourably to the other Cyber-Shot range such as the K810i or the earlier K800i, the quality is still very good and will meet most people’s needs with a minimum of fuss.

There is also a wealth of connectivity options available, with standard 3G, Bluetooth 2.0 and USB 2.0 for easy PC synchronisation. It would have been nice to see HSDPA added as well, as it would have separated the K770i a bit more from the dubiously similar T650i and given consumers more reason to purchase this handset, but you can’t have everything.

With the K770i, Sony Ericsson has a great upper-mid-range handset that offers a wide-range of features coupled with a very simple yet stylish and functional design. Though the similarities to the T650i can’t be over-looked, the K770i has the edge thanks to a more intuitive design.

The Sony Ericsson K770i is available on most Networks as well as on Pay As You Go

Nokia N95 8gb Review

Posted by admin | Posted in Symbian | Posted on 17-03-2010

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Because of the huge success of the Nokia N95, popular for its all-in-one functionality, Nokia has launched the Nokia N95 8GB. This is because the Nokia N95 lacks 3G capabilities. The design of this latest Nokia add-on is exquisite. Changed from its original grey color, the phone is now a classic black, plus the display is 2.8″, an expanded version from the original 2.6″ of the Nokia N95. The display also boasts increased sharpness and contrast, far better than the original one.

Another interesting feature found in the Nokia N95 8GB review is its multimedia keys. When you open the phone slide downwards, you can achieve a better tactile feedback. Its backlight has been changed too, from the original blue to white. The numeric keypads, located on the right hand side of the phone, are also backlit in white. Looking at the phone from the left-hand side, one can really say it is a striking replica of the original Nokia N95. Both the phone’s lower and upper part have not undergone any change at all, and the arrangement of the connectors and the keys are the same.

The positioning of the camera of the Nokia N95 8GB has not changed either. The only distinctive difference is the position of the lens. The original Nokia N95 has its flash on the right side of the lens, while this newer version has its flash under the lens. The newer version also does not have a lens cover because Nokia has already replaced its former 940 mAh battery with a newer and thicker 1200 mAh. This Nokia phone uses the Symbian 9.2 OS c S60 3rd edition feature pack, the very same version used in the original version. One variation here though is the possibility to change the view of the icons on its main menu, plus the opportunity to set it in an animated mode. Like the original version, this upgraded Nokia phone is considered a four-band phone that can work in the 850, 900, 1800, or 1900 MHz networks. As with the camera, although both Nokia N95 versions are quite different in some aspects, the quality of the camera is still the same. Images are similar to the original one, with the same colors and photo details. The pictures are unsaturated, grayish, and with an affinity to yellow and purple, which make it stronger than any phones ever manufactured. Both the detail and the noise amount of the two versions of the phone are almost identical. When it comes to taking pictures in darker areas, the results are still the same.

The Nokia N95 8GB also comes with its own built-in N-Gage games platform. This means that you can conveniently play these games without buying the Nokia N-gage model. The platform already has much to offer. The graphics are better compared to those original mobile games normally seen. You can also turn it to 3D mode, with better music background and a larger number of computer games producers.

All in all, the Nokia N95 8GB is one of a kind. Being an upgraded version of the successful Nokia N95, you can expect to find the best in this world-class phone.

Review of the Sony Ericsson C902

Posted by admin | Posted in Cell Phones & Plans | Posted on 17-03-2010

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The Sony Ericsson C902 is a great little camera phone that includes a 5 megapixel camera with face-detection auto focus and an LED flash. The camera controls are easy to use, a bonus for those who are new to camera phone technology. The Sony C902 also includes a music player, FM radio, 3G HSDPA, Bluetooth and plenty of memory to handle all of its spectacular features. This super slim and stylish phone is available in either black or red.

This phone is the first entry on the scene from Sony Ericsson’s new range of phones. The “C” models are the new range of Cyber-Shot phones, formerly the “K’ series, and the Sony C902 replaces the K850i. In the physical sense, the Sony C902 is a return to the best Sony Ericsson style with a classic handset but slim styling. The keypad on this phone is designed to allow fast texting and includes a 5-way navigation pad.

The screen isn’t quite as big as on the K850s, but this is because Sony has added touch-sensitive shortcuts to activate the camera as well as to allow switching between still and video and changing camera settings. The shortcuts on the Sony C902 provide an excellent solution to the problem of navigating on a camera phone by giving users more control than most other camera phones do. In spite of the reduction of the screen, the resolution remains the same as previous Cyber-Shots models.

The camera on the Sony Ericsson C902 is located underneath a small sliding cover—when you slide the cover open, the phone becomes a camera. One of the great features of this phone is the built in BestPic features which allows you to take nine photos in a second and choose  the one you wish to keep. Another great feature of the Sony C902 is its ability to detect how the phone is being held so that it can automatically rotate your pictures into the portrait or landscape mode.

If you have used the K850i, you will note that the Sony C902 used an LED flash rather than a Xenon flash. Though ordinarily the Xenon flash is more powerful, the LED flash used on the camera for the C902 is more powerful than a standard LED flash. Keep in mind that Sony Ericsson changed the type of flash because they were having problems with the Xenon flash, so they made a decision based upon providing the best product for their customers.

If you’re looking for a high quality camera phone with video capabilities as well as one with music capabilities and Bluetooth enablement, you will be quite happy with the Sony Ericsson C902 camera phone. With capabilities that match the best in the industry, you can be certain that your C902 will give you everything you want in a camera phone and more. With a camera comprised of five megapixels, you can be certain you have plenty of memory for your photos when you need them and lack a stand alone digital camera.

Nokia 6600 Slide Review: Form Factor Over Functionality?

Posted by admin | Posted in Symbian | Posted on 16-03-2010

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If there is one mobile phone manufacturer which has the ability to design one model after another – that is none other than Nokia. From the seemingly ancient Nokia 3210 model, the company has released almost a hundred models now. For a consumer, their system of naming phone models is quite confusing since there are so many to choose from.

However, there is a way for you to narrow down your search. For example, if you are looking for a particular form factor, you can choose from Nokia’s line of:
- Classic mobile phones
- Candybar mobile phones
- Slide mobile phones
- Twist mobile phones
- Mobile phones will full QWERTY keyboard

Nokia 6600: Set to be Released on Q3 2008

One of the best ways to keep up with the latest phones that Nokia has to offer is to check out their soon-to-be-released mobile phone models.

The Nokia 6600 is set to be released in the market by the third quarter of 2008. This slide mobile phone is the successor of the Nokia 6500 slide.

Nokia 6600 Slide Features Set

The Nokia 6600 slide has the following features:
- 240×320 pixel coloured LCD screen
- 18 MB internal memory
- Bluetooth/USB connectivity
- FM radio
- MP3, AAC, AAC+, eAAC+, WMA media player
- 3.2-megapixel camera with double flash

Nokia 6600 Slide Review

Although the phone has yet to be released in the market, online reviewers are already raving about the form factor of the Nokia 6600 slide mobile phone. If you are looking for a stylish handset which fits right into your pocket, this is exactly the phone that you are looking for.

So what makes the Nokia 6600 slide worthy of a second glance when compared with the other slide phones available in the market today? First, there is the really attractive casing, display screen and slide opening system. As compared to the other Nokia fold phones, the Nokia 6600 slide mobile phone is made from a classy, high-gloss black material.

The keypad can be easily accessed when you open the slide mobile phone. It has a blue lighting effect for ease of use. The screen also has excellent quality, with high resolution.

The Nokia 6600 Slide is a Good Camera Phone

Just like the most recent Nokia phone models, the Nokia 6600 slide mobile phone doubles as a nifty digital camera. It has a 3.2-Megapixel camera with autofocus. You can play with a few special effects and there is also the standard video recording feature.

More importantly, the compact case packs 3G video calling – so fans of this technology will not be disappointed.

One downside to this phone, however, is the direction pad. It is quire unreliable and a bit awkward to use. Also, the charging connection is just run-of-the-mill.

To sum it all up – if you’re a fan of the brand and you like to have a lot of features power-packed in such a small, handy and sleek-looking phone, then the Nokia 6600 slide is definitely the mobile phone for you.

Sony Ericsson K770i Review – High Quality 3G Device

Posted by admin | Posted in Cell Phones & Plans | Posted on 16-03-2010

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The Sony Ericsson K770i is a lightweight 3G mobile phone that weighs just 95 grams and is only 14.5 mm thick with a Candy Bar design. It is part of the “K” series or Cyber-shot series of camera phones. The Sony Ericsson K770i has a 3.2 megapixel camera with digital zoom 3x and auto focus among its many features. The K770i also has Photo fix, picture blogging, video recording, and video calling. For the size of the phone, the camera produces rather high quality photos as is customary with the Sony Ericsson Cyber-Shot phones.

In addition to its capabilities as a camera phone, the Sony Ericsson K770i also has a music player and web browsing capabilities including accessing email. Choosing the features you want to use on the K770i will allow you to make the most of the phone. With the Sony Ericsson name on the phone, you are sure to obtain the highest quality in both the music player and the camera, but these are only part of what the K770i can do for you.

Although the phone may be a camera phone with a music player, it is also a very high quality mobile phone that allows you to stay in contact with people you know either through email, text messaging, instant messaging, or voice contact. All of these features are important, but some people may prefer some of them over others. With all of the many features that go into phones in the 21st century, manufacturers understand that everyone is not going to use all of the features; therefore they build the quality into the features that the majority of users use on a regular basis.

Sony Ericsson’s K series is soon to be replaced by the “C” series and will no longer carry the name “Cyber-shot,” but that doesn’t make the “K” series phones obsolete by any means nor does it place any less importance on the Cyber-shot phones. Sony Ericsson has a large inventory of phones that may not be new models but are still selling because the customers like them. Some people prefer the Cyber-shot phone series because they are small camera phones that can be carried easily and take good on the spot photos.

If you read a recent Sony Ericsson K770i review, you will discover how attached people still are to this little phone that will fit into the palm of your hand. Users are looking for small, easy to use and high quality features, and all of that goes into building a Sony Ericsson phone. The key issue is the quality of the camera rather than the music player or the other features.

While you are making your selection, look for mobile phone deals on the Sony Ericsson K770i to make it easier for you to obtain this small but high quality Cyber-shot phone. Though it is not an expensive phone, you always want to be on the lookout for competitive pricing that often comes with the renewal or initiation of a new contract.

Nokia N96 Review

Posted by admin | Posted in Symbian | Posted on 15-03-2010

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Today, there are separate electronic device which suits one particular purpose only – and performs it to its maximum potential.  For example, if you are looking for a music player, there are a lot of media players which can offer you a wide range of audio features and excellent audio quality.

Another example is if you are looking for a digital camera – there are ultra-expensive models which come with every feature that you can ever imagine.

But what if you are looking for an all-in-one device which plays music, takes great pictures and serves as a mobile phone as well? Fortunately, the smartphones of today have rolled all of these features into one nifty electronic device.

No longer to users need to be torn between owning a really good music phone which has an average camera – or a really good camera phone which plays average quality music.

Thanks to the advancements in technology and the dozens of mobile phone manufacturing companies competing to sell the best units in the market – these two features have been successfully combined in smartphones.

Nokia N96 Review: How Does it Measure Up Against the Nokia N95?

The Nokia N96 has yet to be released to the general consuming public but it has already gotten rave editorial reviews.  This is included in Nokia’s N series, which is the line of smartphones released by the world’s number one mobile phone manufacturer.

The unofficial release of the Nokia N96 mobile phone is by the first week of October, 2008. So what does the initial Nokia N96 review say about the features of the phone?

First, take a look at the long list of features included in the Nokia N96 mobile phone:

- Two-way Slide
- Mobile TV, network dependent
- 5-Megapixel camera, with Carl Zeiss optics
- VGA camera for video calling and self-portrait
- Double LED flash
- Access to Ovi
- High-quality 3G video calling
- 16 GB of internal flash memory
- Expandable memory
- 3G and WLAN access
- GPS navigation feature
- Instant uploading of photos to Flickr, Yahoo, Google and Vox
- Full HTML browser
- Built-in motion sensor

So what are the major differences between the Nokia N96 and its predecessor which is the N95?  The most interesting feature which is integrated in the Nokia N96 is the Mobile TV functionality. 

As compared to the single-LED camera flash in the Nokia N95, the Nokia N96 has a dual-LED camera flash. Internet radio is pre-installed in the Nokia N96.

Based from the initial editorial reviews, there is also that built-in motion sensor which automatically rotates the screen when it is tilted.  The Nokia N82 has a similar functionality.

The best thing that you can enjoy about the Nokia N96 is that there is no need for you to buy a separate digital camera – because this mobile phone has it all. GPS, Nokia maps, the multimedia player, the photos application – all these and more are what makes the Nokia N96 a different version of the Nokia N95.

If photo applications, a mobile TV and great features overall is what you are looking for – then the Nokia N96 is definitely for you.

Nokia 6300 Review – a Slim Phone Which Showcases Nokia at Its Best!

Posted by admin | Posted in Symbian | Posted on 14-03-2010

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If you feel that the recent spate of high-end phones in the market is quite confusing – why don’t you try going back to basics? Instead of deciding whether you want to have a good camera phone or a good music phone – try to check out the low-end and middle range phones in the market.

Sometimes, all you need is a phone which has the most basic mobile phone features, right? A great design, a simple-to-use interface and probably a decent built-in camera are all the features that you need from a middle-range phone.

As a result, there is no need for you to confuse yourself with highly technical mobile phone technology lingo – and just look for the features and mobile phone deals that would give you the best value for your money.

That is exactly what you will have from the Nokia 6300 mobile phone.

Nokia 6300 Mobile Phone Specifications

Before delving deeper into the pros and cons of buying the Nokia 6300, here is a comprehensive list of the features included in this mobile phone:

- Candy bar phone with a 2-inch, 240×320 pixel TFT display screen
- Bluetooth and USB connectivity
- EDGE class 10
- 2-Megapixel camera
- Video capture
- Nokia S40 operating system
- MP3 player
- FM stereo radio
- 7.8 MB built-in memory
- micro SD/TransFlash card, up to 2GB memory
- 348 hours standby time
- 3.5 hours talk time

Nokia 6300 Review at a Glance

The Nokia 6300 was first released in the market during the first quarter of 2007.  As mentioned earlier, there was a spate of high-end phones released in the market prior to this. And it was not just by Nokia, the world’s largest mobile phone manufacturer.

Even other mobile phone companies released their latest high-end mobile phones in the market.  Thus, it was such a breath of fresh air when the Nokia 6300 was released. 

The Nokia 6300 is a middle range phone with excellent functionality as a mobile phone.  All the other extras are just a bonus.  First up, the design of the Nokia 6300 is sleek and classy.

When you hold the Nokia 6300 at the palm of your hand, it is not likely to slip so you will have a solid, firm grip on the phone. The user interface is just what the Nokia loyalists have come to love for all their other models.

The keypad is easy to use and perfectly functional. For the occasional snapshots, you can take decent photos because there is a built-in 2-Megapixel camera.

Aside from the FM stereo radio, the Nokia 6300 MP3, MP4, AAC, AAC+ and eAAC+ media files. There is a convenient 2.5 mm audio jack for connecting the headset.

Finally, the operating software used for the Nokia 6300 is Nokia S40. In a nutshell, the only disadvantage of purchasing the Nokia 6300 is probably the screen which easily marks – and the fact that it does not have 3G connectivity.

Other than that, the Nokia 6300 is as perfect a middle range phone as you can get.

A Nokia N95 8gb Review for Those Who Need a Well-rounded Mobile Phone

Posted by admin | Posted in Symbian | Posted on 14-03-2010

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When you think about it, Nokia should not just be considered as the world’s biggest mobile phone manufacturers. Nokia is also the company which leads the pact when it comes to releasing new mobile phone models, one after another, in the market.

If you are thinking of a new handset to go along with the mobile phone deals that you have and Nokia is the brand that you are considering – you will be stumped at the variety of choices that you have.

However, the good thing about it is that you cannot say that you do not have a myriad of choices. From the minute that you visit Nokia’s official website and you browse through the models of mobile phones that they have, you can categorize the mobile phones according to the following:

- The Form Factor

Is it a classic, fold, slide, twist, large screen or full QWERTY keyboard phone that you are looking for?

- The Key Features

Would you like to have a good music phone, an excellent camera phone – or a toss up between the two?

- The Price

Are you looking for a Nokia mobile phone which is on the middle-range or on the high-end of the price spectrum?

Nokia N95 8GB Review: A Multitude of Features

Now that you already know how varied your choices of Nokia mobile phones are, you should take a look at the specifications of the Nokia N95 8GB mobile phone.

This is part of the Nokia NSeries – where the company launched a line of smartphones which are suitable for business applications. These mobile phones are also preferred by the loyal Nokia consumers.

So what are the features included with the Nokia N95 8GB? Take a look:

- 2.8-inch 240×320 pixels QVGA TFT 16.7 M color display
- Symbian OS version 9.2
- 5-Megapixel camera with Carl Zeiss optics, Tessar lens, auto focus and integrated flash
- MPEG-4 VGA video capture of up to 30fps
- Front camera for video calling
- MP3/AAC/AAC+/eAAC/eAAC+/WMA/M4A player
- Stereo FM Radio
- Built-in AGS support
- Bluetooth and USB connectivity
- 3.5 mm stereo headphone plug
- 100 MB internal dynamic memory
- 8GB internal flash memory for multimedia content
- 3.5 hours talk time
- 11.7 days standby time

The Nokia N95 8GB is an Excellent Camera Phone and a Good Music Phone

As you can see, the Nokia N95 8GB mobile phone is power-packed with features. The predecessor of this slider phone is the Nokia N95 which has a lesser memory capacity.

When you analyze the individual features of the Nokia N95 8GB, it’s as if you will not be looking for anything more.  What you will like most about this smartphone from Nokia’s NSeries is the fact that it is both an excellent camera phone and a good music phone.

When you compare the Nokia N95 8GB with the spate of similar high-end phones in the market – you will hardly find a model which balances out both the functionality of a camera and a music phone.

If you are looking for a well-rounded mobile phone that will give you these two features and more, there is no better handset to have than the Nokia N95 8GB.

A Nokia N95 8gb Review for the ‘techie’ Mobile Users

Posted by admin | Posted in Symbian | Posted on 14-03-2010

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It has been almost one year since the Nokia N95 8GB mobile phone was made available to consumers from all over the world. This is part of Nokia’s series of smartphones which is called the NSeries.

The aim of the company in launching the line of NSeries smartphones is to give consumers a host of high-end mobile phones to choose from that will provide them with all the features that they need.

From mobile gaming, to digital photography, media playing and all the other basic features of a typical mobile phone – the Nokia N95 8GB model has all of these and more.

A Nokia N95 8GB Review of its Technical Aspect

Before delving deeper into the technical aspect of owning the Nokia N95 8GB, here is  quick run-through of its basic features:

1. The Nokia N95 8GB has a 2.8-inch color display which has a resolution of 240×320 pixels. When viewed under bright conditions, the color QVGA TFT display can perform well.

2. The N95 8GB has a 5-Megapixel camera which has the following features:

- Carl Zeiss optics
- Tessar lens
- Auto focus
- Integrated flash

If an excellent camera phone is what you are looking for, you will definitely find everything that you need from the Nokia N95 8GB.

3. For all the music lovers out there, the Nokia N95 8GB has an FM stereo radio, and the media player can play the following file types: MP3, AAC, AAC+, eAAC, eAAC+, WMA and W4A. 

For those who are quite finicky with the headsets which come with most mobile phones, you will be glad to know that the Nokia N95 8GB has a 3.5 mm stereo headphone plug.

4. The highlight of the Nokia N95 8GB is its 8GB internal flash memory. Here is where you can store all of your multimedia content, including your music, video and photo files.

5. For all the techies out there, you will be amazed at the software included with the Nokia N95 8GB. It is the Symbian OS version 9.2. The menu is still the user-friendly interface that Nokia phones are known for – but with this software version, you can rest assured that the mobile phone’s operating system is as high-end as it can get.

There is also the built-in GPS navigation functionality. If you are a traveler who often gets lost in new places, Nokia’s GPS system is just the thing for you.

Moreover, there is the 3G technology application so that you can browse at broadband-like speed. The Nokia N95 8GB also utilizes the Wi-Fi 802.22 b/g, UPnP technology.

If you are using the mobile phone for business applications, you can easily view the Word, Excel, Powerpoint and PDF files that you have using the Nokia N95 8GB mobile phone.

A Final Word about the Nokia N95 8GB

Probably the only thing that you will not like about the Nokia N95 8GB is the fact that the camera lens does not have a cover – however, this is only a minor issue.

If you are a techie who is thinking about the handset to get on his or her next mobile phone deal, the feature-packed Nokia N95 8GB is the best model around that you can get.

Sony Ericsson S500i Review

Posted by admin | Posted in Cell Phones & Plans | Posted on 09-03-2010

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Sometimes it’s hard to imagine that there is something left to the mobile phone experience that some mobile phone or other hasn’t already tried. With everything from mobile phones that resemble real digital cameras (or maybe it should be the other way around), to full fledged multimedia mobile phones, what ground is there really left to cover? In this, the Sony Ericsson S500i answers the question by producing something that, although maybe not entirely ground breaking in terms of features, is certain to make everyone gaze in adoration.

Features of the Sony Ericsson S500i

Foremost among the features of the Sony Ericsson S500i are its features, pardon the pun. Beauty may lie in the eye of the beholder, but by combining natural environmental themes into a mobile phone design, the Sony Ericsson S500i comes out looking smooth and slim with a shiny black finish to it. Not just that but the colour combinations of green, copper or yellow, truly not only complement the finish, but give it a distinctive overall look.

Fortunately, the beauty of the Sony Ericsson S500i is not just skin deep. Within it, Sony Ericsson has introduced stunning visual themes, one of which even changes the entire visual look of the phone based on the time of day as well as season (and is aptly named ‘Everchanging’). Unlike other mobile phones, when the S500i’s themes change, everything changes from the background, menu colours, and even subtle animations such as fireflies flying around against the night background.

Essentially, that is the strength of the Sony Ericsson S500i, its beauty. Leave that aside however and there is still a pretty decent mobile phone, not entirely special in any regards, but as a mid-range phone that is to be expected. Most of the expected features are present with the 2.0 megapixel camera and media player. One slight downside is that instead of using microSD storage, the S500i allows for Memory Stick Micro of up to 1GB to extend its existing 12 MB storage.

Of course, the screen is top notch, and crystal clear, allowing the thematic beauty of the Sony Ericsson S500i to shine through. Bluetooth and USB connectivity as well as WAP and EDGE are also available, completing the phone in many regards.

Touching Beauty

Not high end, yet it is doubtful that many will care. Simply put the Sony Ericsson S500i numbers among the most beautiful of mobile phone deals that are available. From its sleek black exterior with the small patch of complementing colour of the keypad, to the changeable, self-shifting themes that fulfil their promise, there isn’t much that can come close.

Appeal, in this mobile phone, is certainly not something that will be a problem, as it can’t help but draw eyes and evoke smiles at its small but noticeable quirks. Certainly something different from the usual camera focused or music focused mobile phones.

To all appearances, this mobile phone is intended to target the non-techies that don’t really see the point of having a phone full of features, but would rather something with good looks and functions that they can manipulate. In that, the Sony Ericsson S500i is one of the best, if not the best of, mobile phone deals.

New Blackberry Storm 9530 Smartphone Complete Review

Posted by admin | Posted in Blackberry | Posted on 06-03-2010

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RIM (Research In Motion) plan will release the latest touchscreen Blackberry, BlackBerry 9530 Storm for Verizon Wireless. After G1 Android and the touch screen smartphone Nokia 5800 XPRESSMUSIC Tube, now is the right time for RIM to take over the Apple iPhone place with BlackBerry Storm 9530 Smartphone. Verizon stated that the BlackBerry Storm 9530 will have a global capability. This means the BlackBerry Storm 9530 will have CDMA and GSM Quad-band. BlackBerry Storm 9530 will be equipped with a touchscreen click with Haptic or built-in tactile feedback and auto-rotation.


BlackBerry Storm 9530 is equipped with four physical key, Send, Back, End, and Blackberry Meny. In addition, 8GB MicroSD card, visual voicemail, 3.2 megapixel camera, auto flash, auto focus, and full HTML browser. However, unfortunately, BlackBerry Storm 9530 is not yet have Wi-Fi and its HTML browser is not equipped with a tab and flash.


BlackBerry Storm 9530 specification:


General :

2G Network GSM 850 / 900 / 1800 / 1900

3G Network HSDPA 2100

CDMA2000 1x EV-DO

Dimensions : 112.5 x 62.2 x 14 mm

Weight : 155 g

Display : 3.25 inches TFT touchscreen, 65K colors, 360 x 480 pixels


Feature :

Accelerometer sensor for auto-rotate



Polyphonic (32 channels), MP3



SMS, MMS, Email, Instant Messaging



Built-in GPS


A-GPS function

BlackBerry maps

DataViz document viewer/editor

Java

Media player MP3/WMA/AAC+

3.5 mm audio output jack

Video player MPEG4/3gp/H.264/WMV

Organizer

Calculato r

Voice dial

Built-in handsfree

Voice memo

Browser

HTML

Games

Vibration


Memory :

Card slot microSD (TransFlash), microSDHC 8 GB

128 MB RAM

1 GB storage memory

624 MHz CPU


Data :

GPRS Class 10 (4+1/3+2 slots), 32 – 48 kbps

EDGE Class 10, 236.8 kbps

3G HSDPA

Bluetooth v2.0

USB v2.0


OS :

BlackBerry


Colors :

Black


Camera :

3.15 MP, 2048×1536 pixels, autofocus, video, flash


Battery :

Standard battery, Li-Ion 1400 mAh, Stand-by 360 h, Talk time 5h 30min


 

Blackberry Bold 9000 Mobile Phone Review – Click With the Smart Camera Phone

Posted by admin | Posted in Blackberry | Posted on 03-03-2010

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Blackberry first came into the market in 1997 as a two-way Pager, and was first introduced by a company called Research in Motion. Today Blackberry Bold features push e-mail, Internet faxing, web browsing, along with other services offered by wireless phones, and is considered to be one of the best Smart phones available in the market. It is also a mobile telephone which supports incoming and outgoing calls, text messaging, a 2-Megapixel camera with flash with a digital zooming capability, and video recording.

The Blackberry Bold 9000 has HSDPA, Wi-Fi and GPS. It has a full QWERTY keypad, and a screen with bright resolution. The screen size of the mobile phone is a 2.6 inch panel, which is slightly larger than the Curve’s 2.4inch. The width of the screen measures 2.25 inches, as compared to 1.5 inches of that of the Curve. While the Curve has a VGA resolution of 320 x 240 pixels, the Blackberry Bold features 480 x 320 pixels display, which is an increase of almost half of that of the Curve. If you hold your current Blackberry next to the Bold, you would most certainly be tempted to invest in this sophisticated mobile Smartphone.

In the mobile world there are two devices which could be pitted against each other. The first one being the Blackberry Bold and the second is the iPhone. There is a general user perception that the Blackberry Bold has the clearest and sharpest picture, and with its black leather-like back, chrome border and sides, and a black face, the device looks as impressive as its unparallel features. On the other hand, iPhone has a unique design, which has made it an iconic device, making it a device to be easily recognised. One of the greatest advantages of Blackberry Bold is its QWERTY keyboard, which is easy to handle, and this feature is one of the attractions for business users.

The 9000 does not have a FM Radio, and is not a touch screen device. The device has a nominal 2 mega-pixel camera with an in-built flash unit, having a resolution of 480 x 320. The features include a GPS along with Blackberry maps, and the device has geo-tagging feature which lets you tag your photos with relevant geographical areas. The iPhone also has a 2 mega-pixel camera, with geo-tagging feature, and also includes third-party application integration.

The Bold has its HSSPA modem and applications processor located on single chip. This makes the battery life of the device go far, extending the stand-by time to 13 days, with 5 hours of talk time. On the other hand, the battery of the iPhone provides a talk-time upto 5 hours when used in 3G mode, or 10 hours while using the device as 2G. The stand-by time is 300 hours, with 6 hours of Wi-Fi Internet use, seven hours of video playback and up to 24 hours of audio playback.

When it comes to measuring the looks Vs the performing features, Blackberry Bold crosses the expectations of any user, including designer expectations, and obviously the market expectations. The features of the Blackberry Bold betters every competitor rating, and even for users having an older version of Blackberry would not be able to willingly put down one Blackberry Bold in favour of their old ones.

Sony Ericsson C902 Review – Choosing a High Quality Camera Phone

Posted by admin | Posted in Cell Phones & Plans | Posted on 01-03-2010

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If you’re looking for a high quality camera phone, you definitely want to look at the Sony Ericsson C902. With two phones and 5.0 megapixels, you can hardly complain. With the new PhotoFlash technology that Sony has included in this new model, you can have great pictures no matter where you are. Many camera phones don’t even have flash capabilities which makes it difficult when you try to take pictures in dim light or at nighttime and your cell phone is the only camera you have handy.

Sony Ericsson has specifically designed the phones in the “C” class or cybershot phones to be high quality phones. For those who are looking for a music phone, you need to turn to the “W” series and understand that the quality in that series is in the music rather than in the camera. For a high quality camera phone, you want to purchase the Sony Ericsson C902, the newest of the cybershot phones. At the present time, both the C702 and the C902 are in the prototype stage, but you can feel safe ordering either model because of the reputation that Sony Ericsson has.

In spite of not knowing everything about the Sony Ericsson C902 because it hasn’t arrived throughout the world, the Sony name should give you the confidence to know that each series of Sony phones has a particular feature that is of higher quality than another. When it comes to the “C” series, the quality is in the camera or cameras as the case may be. The Sony Ericsson has two cameras hidden underneath the lid, one of which can be operated without opening the lid. This particular phone is connected to the video functionality of the phone more than for still pictures.

When it comes to quality, you can be assured the Sony Ericsson C902 will provide each user with high quality picture and video capturing. Sony understands that sometimes you need to capture an event when you only have your mobile phone with you. Unless you have a high quality camera phone, you can lose some of the clarity and sharpness that you want in the picture. Any Sony Ericsson C902 review will provide the information that you need to make a decision and you need to compare the features to that of the K850, the C902 predecessor.

Whether you are a frequent user of the camera features on your mobile phone, you certainly want to know that if you should need your phone’s camera your pictures or videos will be sharp and clear. With the Sony Ericsson C902 you don’t have to worry if you will be able to see the faces in your pictures or videos. As soon as you find mobile phone deals, you want to order your Sony Ericsson C902 before everyone else grabs one first. Choose the best camera phone on the market if you want assurance your pictures will be crystal clear.