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Sony K770i in Pink Joins Vodafone UK – Sony Ericsson K770i Pink

Sony Ericsson have now released a new colour scheme of their 3G enabled K770i, the new Sony K770i Pink has been launched on the Vodafone network in the UK and is available on the full range of Vodafone tariffs. The Pink Sony Ericsson K770i offers exactly the same feature set as the other...

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Wireless Solutions travel charger Samsung for Moment, Intrepid, R850, R350, Blackberry 8900, 9630, 8520, 9700, 9520, 9530

Posted by admin | Posted in Blackberry | Posted on 07-03-2011

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  • Charge up your phone at home, while traveling or at the office

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Wireless Solutions Standard travel charger Samsung Moment, Intrepid, R850, R350, Blackberry 8900, 9630, 8520, 9700, 9520, 9530… More >>

OEM AT&T Car Charger w/ USB Port for BlackBerry Bold Curve Storm 2 Tour LG Banter Bliss enV Touch enV3 Motorola DROID Clutch i776 i9 Rival Nokia Twist N97 Samsung Code Exclaim Freeform Hightnote Instinct HD Intrepid Messager II Amazon Kindle 2 DX

Posted by admin | Posted in Blackberry | Posted on 18-01-2011

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OEM AT&T rapid Car Charger Cigarette lighter adapter lets you charge your phone, PDA phone or micro USB device in the car and provides unlimited usage time while in the car. Integrated USB port lets you charge another device like an MP3 player or another cell phone at the same time via a USB cable. Swivel cap conceals USB charging port when not in use. AT&T Car Charger w/ USB Port plugs into your car, truck or SUV’s 12V cigarette lighter socket. Enhanced internal ci… More >>

NoiseHush N450 Professional Bluetooth Headset – iPhone / Blackberry / HTC / Samsung / LG / Motorola / Nokia – Black

Posted by admin | Posted in Blackberry | Posted on 31-10-2010

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NoiseHush N450 Bluetooth Headset is packed with features and is stylish, but accessible to everyone who wants to free up their busy lifestyle. Its slim ear-loop and contoured ear-tip has been ergonomically designed to accommodate both a comfortable fit and optimal sound quality. The unit is easy to use and weighs only 6 grams making this the perfect communication solution… More >>

Sony Ericsson C905 Vs Samsung I8510 Innov8 – the Camera Phone Battle of the Millennium!

Posted by admin | Posted in Cell Phones & Plans | Posted on 02-07-2010

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2007 was the year of the 5 megapixel mobile phone, without a doubt. But times move on, and as we head towards Christmas, it seems appropriate that 2008 is the year of mobile phones with EIGHT megapixel cameras. Of the first two announced, one from Sony Ericsson, one from Samsung, which one is the best? Which should you spend your money on?

Sony Ericsson C905 – packed with Cyber-Shot goodness

First out the trap is the first mobile phone with an 8 megapixel camera to be announced in the UK, the Cyber-Shot powered Sony Ericsson C905. And let’s be honest, as mobile phones go, it’s a beauty! Ok, granted, it’s always going to be remembered best for its camera (more on that in a minute), but there’s a lot more to love in this superb mobile phone from Sony Ericsson. It’s got HSDPA and WiFi, it’s got a fantastic media player (nicked from… sorry, inspired by… the Sony PSP), and it has GPS. It’s also got a gorgeous sliding form factor, making the Sony Ericsson C905, as far as I’m concerned, one of the best looking camera-equipped mobile phones I’ve seen in a very long time.

And then, there’s the camera, and dear lord what a camera the Sony Ericsson C905 has! Coming in at a whopping great 8 megapixels, it’s also got the xenon flash, the autofocus, the image stabiliser, the low-light modes, and all the other good stuff you expect from Cyber-Shot mobile phones. Having seen some demo photos from a prototype Sony Ericsson C905 (get them Googled, you know you want to), I can honestly say the camera surpasses absolutely anything I’ve ever seen on any mobile phones ever.


…the Sony Ericsson hasn’t got it all its own way, because there’s another 8 megapixel mobile phone on the market, and this one is even more advanced (plus, it’s already on sale, neatly getting a heads up on the Sony Ericsson). It’s the shiny, the sexy, the powerful, Samsung i8510 INNOV8.

Samsung i8510 INNOV8 – the smart shooter

Sticking a great big fly firmly in Sony Ericsson’s ointment is the i8510 INNOV8 from Samsung, a mobile phone that takes the concept of having an 8 megapixel camera, and puts it in a top-end smartphone. Result: a camera that can match the Sony Ericsson, in the body of a far more powerful mobile phone. That’s the big area where the Samsung wins hands-down: the operating system, since it’s Symbian. And that means it’s a proper fully fledged smartphone, will let you download and install your own software, and is generally far cleverer than the Sony Ericsson. The only thing going against the Samsung is its size, since it’s also smartphone-sized (i.e. big). What it all comes down to, then, is what you want from whichever of the mobile phones you go for. Do you want a brilliant camera, in a mobile phone that may not be a top-end smartphone, but is nice looking, and easy to use? Then go for the Sony Ericsson C905. However, if you want the absolute most powerful 8 megapixel camera phone currently available (and if you want it before the Sony Ericsson is released, of course), then get yourself the Samsung.

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Samsung Jet S8000 Unlocked Phone with 3G, Quad-Band GSM, 5 MP Camera, and 2 GB Memory–International Version No Warranty

Posted by admin | Posted in Symbian | Posted on 21-04-2010

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  • GSM 850/900/1800/1900 MHz, 3G UMTS 900 / 2100
  • 5 MP camera, 2592 x 1944 pixels, autofocus, LED flash
  • QWERTY touch keypad
  • Intuitive 3D user interface
  • Ultra brilliant display, AMOLED

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The Samsung Jet S8000 features a 3.1-inch WVGA AMOLED Touchscreen with 16 million colors, a 5.0-megapixel camera with autofocus and dual LED flash, quad-band EDGE/GPRS, 3.6Mbps HSDPA, Samsung-trademark Dolfin Broswer, A-GPS, TouchWiz 2.0, Bluetooth 2.1, WiFi, microUSB support, and multitasking. Samsung S8000 Jet measures 108.8 x 53.5 x 11.9mm, while the spec list continues with FM Radio, a 3.5mm headphone jack, 2GB/8GB memory, but with a microSD card slot which can… More >>

Samsung Jet S8000 Unlocked Phone with 3G, Quad-Band GSM, 5 MP Camera, and 2 GB Memory–International Version No Warranty

Samsung S5233 Unlocked CellPhone–International Version with No Warranty

Posted by admin | Posted in Symbian | Posted on 20-04-2010

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  • 3G EURO Standard, Quad Band 850/900/1800/1900
  • 3+ Megapixel Camera, A2DP, Bluetooth, Calendar, Camera, Candy Bar Form, Edge, Email Client, FM Radio, High-Speed Data GPRS, Megapixel Camera, Memory Card Slot, MP3, Touch Screen, Video Capture, Video Clip

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Samsung’s S5230 is a new super-thin cell phone that measures only a half inch in thickness (11.9mm) and manages to include a 3 megapixel camera/camcorder with Smile Shot technology and a bright 3-inch WQVGA (240×400 pixels) resolution touchscreen display in its package. The S5230 offers Samsung’s finger-friendly TouchWiz user interface with mobile widgets and a user-customizable homescreen that users will find great for navigation…. More >>

Samsung S5233 Unlocked CellPhone–International Version with No Warranty

Sony Ericsson Xperia X1 Vs Samsung I780

Posted by admin | Posted in Cell Phones & Plans | Posted on 15-03-2010

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Sony Ericsson XPERIA X1 from Sony is a great kick and punch to all other mobile phones. Almost all of us were wonder struck by the way Sony launched the new phone. This phone is more than a pride for any brand who can own such high end gigantic beast full of useful features.  This kind of phones never gives you a chance to expect more. The heavily loaded phone from Sony has those features which can compete any phone that has been manufactured till date.  f you give a careful look at the features of Sony Ericsson XPERIA X1 you will understand what the phone is made up of and what has Sony done to make this phone viable and strong. The phone has some excellent features in it which can be useful to all people. Let have a look at the features of this phone which is considered as the best product by Sony till date. This  conceptualized phone has the following features.

The Sony Ericsson XPERIA X1 is a quadband phone and the 3G HSDPA network also runs well in 850/1900/2100/1700 frequencies. The phone has dimension of 110 x 53 x 17 mm and is quite a heavy phone. There is a complete QWERTY keypad which comes out when the phone is flipped opened by its side. The phone is equipped with GPRS Class 10 (4+1/3+2 slots) having speed of 32 – 48 kbps, EDGE, HSCSD, Wi-Fi 802.11b/g, 3G HSDPA 3.6 Mbps, Bluetooth v2.0 with A2Dp, USB and the operating system of the phone is Microsoft Windows Mobile 6.1 Professional platform. The processor of the phone is Qualcomm MSM7200 528MHz.

Sony Ericsson XPERIA X1 has a 3.15 MP camera with all those features which one would expect them in a camera phone. The Media player of the phone can play Mp3, AAC, MPEG4 player files and there is TrackID system to recognize music or list being played. There is no end to the features in this sturdy phone. You will  go on exploring till and unraveling so many of them.

Now when we compare Sony Ericsson XPERIA X1 with Samsung i780 a very smart and intelligent touchscreen phone it is realized that Sony has indeed manufactured this phone keeping in mind to outwit all the existing phones except one or two of them. I780 is also a good phone with 2.55 inches and QWERTY keyboard, 256MB ROM and 128MB RAM, GPRS, EDGE, Wi Fi and almost all other sophisticated features that can be found in mobile phones.  But ultimately the winner is  Sony Ericsson XPERIA X1, because the phone wins points in simple areas like battery back up, intelligence software and others.

A sneak peak at Samsung and Blackberry mobile phones

Posted by admin | Posted in Blackberry | Posted on 09-03-2010

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In the present times, mobile phones have impacted tremendously the minds of the young generation. As everyone knows that mobile phones have become the basic necessity for the people these days throughout the world, this factor has ignited a tough competition in the market. Sometimes, we are in big confusion that which device needs to be chosen and why, it becomes the daily topic between all of us. Some of the latest mobile companies are Nokia, Samsung, LG, HTC, Blackberry etc. These brands are giving tough competitions to one another. Blackberry and Samsung are the two big brands that have released number of devices in the market. One of the main benefits that the users can get is that the widget companies are providing more and more features and also reducing the price of their models at the same time at ease.

Two of these trusted brands can be taken for instance. They are Samsung and Blackberry. These two brands are enhancing the features of their handsets in order, to attract the users. If we compare Samsung mobile phones vs Blackberry mobile phones, then we would find that both these manufacturers have launched numerous high end devices with almost all the sophisticated functions. We can see that many of the advanced features required by the people are now available in their handsets that are launched by these reputed brands.

The Samsung mobile phones are popular among the users due to their multiple features and functionalities. The handsets from this brand comes with nice and dashing looks. Some of the technical options also attract a large number of customers towards them. Sometimes, it becomes difficult for the people to compare Samsung mobile phones vs Blackberry mobile phones. The reason behind this is that almost most of the features of their models are almost similar to one another. Camera features, Internet and many more which are desired by the present day users in their gadgets. Now, you can find up to 8 mega pixels of camera in many of the models of these innovative brands that allow the users to capture crystal clear images with a great ease. The web browsers that supports XHTML and HTML have become awesome features of these devices.

The BlackBerry mobile phones are also not behind models of any other brands with respect to high end features and functionalities. One of the common options that is available in most of the BlackBerry gadgets is the QWERTY keyboard. This option permits you to type messages and E-mails at a higher speed as compared to the numeric keypads. However, this feature can be located in some of the gadgets from other brands also. But it is common in most of the BlackBerry handsets. Moreover, you can also get to know about the various locations with the help of BlackBerry maps that comes embedded in these devices.

It is for sure that there is nothing that is lacking in any of latest mobile phones. If you choose any one of them, you would surely get a lot of benefits. The users can find almost everything in the models of Samsung mobile phones and Blackberry mobile phones. You are only required to search for the appropriate model that you want according to your budget and requirement. It is not at all a difficult task as it can be performed easily by searching the various online websites on the Internet.

One can also compare them i.e., Samsung mobile phones vs Blackberry mobile phones on the Internet in order, to take a decision at the right approach. We will surely get more sophisticated features in the latest mobile phones of these two brands very sooner. Hence, select a model along with the most preferred mobile phone deal to give a good value to your money.

Sony Ericsson C905 Versus LG Viewty or Samsung G800 – Let the Fight Begin!

Posted by admin | Posted in Cell Phones & Plans | Posted on 05-03-2010

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Sony Ericsson managed to make a whirlwind of promotion on their latest Cyber-shot the C905. This is largely due to the fact that it carries 8.1 megapixel camera within that finely tuned case. And it can contend with LG Viewty and Samsung G800, both are appealing camera phones that were launched in the last twelve months.


Dimension Story

Well anyways, here is the competition with their specifications. In terms of dimensions, LG Viewty weights 112 g, 54.4mm wide x 103.5mm tall x 14.8mm deep. Samsung G800 weighs 129g, 52mm wide x 101.5mm tall x 18.88mm deep. And Sony Ericsson C905 weighs 136g, 49mm wide x 104mm tall x 18 mm deep. Looks to me that LG Viewty has won this round, both Sony Ericsson C905 and Samsung G800 are a little too chucky.


Display Story


With display LG Viewty has 240×400 pixels in its touch screen. Samsung G800 and Sony Ericsson C905 have 320×240 pixels. That’s was another point for LG, and a draw between Sony Ericsson and Samsung.


Storage Capacity


In terms of storage capacity, LG Viewty has 100 MB internal memory, bundled with microSD slot for a 2GB expandable memory, Samsung 6800 has 110MB internal memory, and 4GB expandable memory, Sony Ericsson C905 has 160MB internal memory and 2GB expandable memory. A sure win for Samsung 6800.


Camera Powers


Now with their built in camera, LG Viewty has 5.0 megapixel sensor, Digital stabilisation, Schneider-Kreuznach lens, Video at 120fps and Xenon flash. Samsung G800 has 5.0 megapixel sensor, Auto focus and LED flash, 4x digital zoom and 3x optical zoom. Sony Ericsson C905 has 8.1 megapixel sensors, Bestpic, 16x digital zoom, autofocus, Photofix, Image stabilizer, Picture blogging and Red-eye reduction. Surely Sony Ericsson has won this fight.


Connectivity and other features


Moving on to connectivity, it’s a win for Sony Ericsson having an added aGPS, compared to LG Viewty and Samsung G800 who both solely have HSDPA and Bluetooth.

Battery Life, LG Viewty : 434 hours on standby and 355 minutes talk time. Samsung G800 has 220 hours on standby and 200 minutes talk time. Sony Ericsson C905 has 380 hours on standby and talk time of up to 9 hours.

Lastly with pricing and availability LG Viewty is at £179.99 SIM-free, Samsung G800 is at £239.99 SIM-free and for Sony Ericsson C905, pricing and availability is still at the last quarter of this year.

That wasn’t too bad a performance of Sony Ericsson C905…especially at the Camera specs round. 

Mobile Phone Shootout – the Sony Ericsson C905 Vs the Samsung I8510 Innov8

Posted by admin | Posted in Cell Phones & Plans | Posted on 04-03-2010

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Mobile phones with 5 megapixels are SOOO 2007, since during 2008, we’ll be seeing mobile phones that have 8 megapixel cameras integrated into their DNA. Starting the ball rolling are two big competitors, the Sony Ericsson C905 and the Samsung i8510 INNOV8.

Sony Ericsson C905 – Cyber-Shot perfection

Unveiled during July, the Sony Ericsson C905 is the very 8 megapixel mobile phone announced in Britain. And what an awesome handset it is, as it isn’t just about the 8 megapixels, the reason being that it’s also a Cyber-Shot phone. That tells us a few facts: 1/ the Sony Ericsson C905 will be frighteningly powerful; 2/ the photos from it will be good enough to punch a hole through time; 3/ no other camera mobile phones will even come close to it (hmmm, really? Well, we’ll see about that, in a second). Sony Ericsson have genuinely made a masterpiece here, with a sliding form factor giving this mobile beauty an exceedingly sexy feel to it. In addition to the looks, you have THAT list of incredible features, kicking off with that amazing 8 megapixel camera, quickly followed by a superb media player, integrated GPS, HSDPA and WiFi.

But… there’s something the Sony Ericsson C905 isn’t. In spite of that long list of features, it ISN’T a smart phone. If we’re going to find an 8 megapixel smart phone, we need to look somewhere else.

Samsung i8510 INNOV8 – The smart contender

Actually, we look at this, the Samsung i8510 INNOV8, the next 8 megapixel mobile phone destined for the UK. Except this baby IS a smart phone. So, it has a brilliant 8 megapixel camera, media player, blisteringly fast web, and suchlike, but the handset’s built on Symbian Series 60, the same as Nokia’s range of ‘smart’ mobile phones. THAT means that on top of the standard software and applications you get with this mobile phone, you can install loads more. In other words, it’ll let you, essentially, install any extra software you can think of (and I’ll bet that if you can visualise a function you want from your mobile phone, someone will have written a program to do it!) The Samsung i8510 is, in other words, a stunning god of a phone.

The question is, though, which is the better mobile phone: Sony Ericsson or Samsung?

Samsung vs Sony Ericsson – who will win?

Consider it this way… things were looking rosy for the Sony Ericsson, until the beautiful Samsung turned up, basically because both of these mobile phones share an almost identical 8 megapixel camera module, so the picture quality from both will be, for all intents and purposes, the same. That’s not good for Sony Ericsson but it is for Samsung, since the i8510 hammers the C905 on other specs. A ‘feature phone’, a mobile phone that’s, basically, a normal phone with bits glued on, just can’t best a smart phone, one destined and created to have more power, even in the box. That’s why, if you check out these mobile phones next to each other… well, I don’t like to say this (I’m a Sony Ericsson nut), but the Samsung i8510 gives the Sony Ericsson C905 a proper kicking!

Touchscreen Mobile Phones for Christmas – Blackberry Storm and Samsung Pixon

Posted by admin | Posted in Blackberry | Posted on 28-02-2010

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Touchscreen mobile phones sell like hotcakes nowadays, thanks to the iPhone. Love it or hate it, it gave other manufacturers a kick up the backside to produce touchscreen mobile phones that could top it. And now, there are two new contenders: the Samsung Pixon and the phenomenal Blackberry Storm.

Samsung Pixon – the touchscreen mobile phone with 8 massive megapixels

What happens if you take a sleek touchscreen interface, and weld it into a mobile phone that has one of the best cameras known to man? You get the Samsung Pixon, a handset that may very possibly dominate the world of camera-equipped mobile phones this Christmas! The touchscreen interface no the Samsung Pixon is truly a joy to use, and easily measures up to more famous mobile phones (oh ok, the iPhone). But aside from the amazing usability is the long list of features in the Samsung Pixon. The 8 megapixel camera is obviously the star of the show here, as it’s more powerful than most other mobile phones on the market, and features things like face/smile/blink detection, and image stabiliser, to make the Samsung Pixon a properly powerful snapper. Other key features include GPS, fast HSDPA internet and tons of multimedia options.

Blackberry Storm – Causing a storm in the world of mobile phones

For a while, there were rumours of touchscreen Blackberry mobile phones being made. And the rumours came true. But, you see, this isn’t just any mobile phone. The fact is this: the new touchscreen Blackberry Storm is one of the single most innovative and best mobile phones ever made! Ok, it may have taken some design cues from the iPhone (although, in my opinion, the Blackberry Storm is better looking), but it builds on the iPhone experience by being the first device EVER in the world of mobile phones to have a movable, ‘clicky’ screen. In other words, when you press on the screen of the Blackberry Storm, it moves into the phone ever so slightly, and feels exactly like you’re pressing a physical key. That makes the Blackberry Storm’s onscreen keyboard the best I’ve ever, ever come across, and believe me on this: it’s absolutely brilliant to use! In terms of features, the Blackberry Storm gives you a 3 megapixel camera, HSDPA internet, GPS (de rigueur for mobile phones these days) and fantastic media playback. Oh, and the amazing Blackberry email service, let’s not forget that… But it’s that screen that’s really going to wow you on the Blackberry Storm, over and over again!

Samsung Pixon vs Blackberry Storm – which should you ask Santa for this year?

So, when you get right down to it, which of these amazing touchscreen mobile phones should you go for? Should you go for the Samsung Pixon, or the Blackberry Storm? The key question you need to ask yourself is what you want it for. If you want an awesome camera, pretty much unequalled in the world of mobile phones, then the one for you is the Samsung Pixon. But for everything else, the Blackberry Storm is the winner. Especially with that screen, which is one of the coolest things I’ve ever seen on any mobile phones ever. And I’ve seen a few, in my time! Put simply, whilst the Samsung Pixon may have the better camera, the Blackberry Storm absolutely canes it in every other way!

Samsung M3510 Versus Blackberry Pearl Flip 8220:the Enticing Handsets for Exciting People

Posted by admin | Posted in Blackberry | Posted on 28-02-2010

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As the name suggests, mobile phones are wireless electronic device for easy communication. Mobile phones also called as cellular phone or wireless phone. It is a portable electronic device which supports many additional services such as SMS for text messaging (or we can say communication for non-verbal messages), Email, access to the Internet, Gaming, Bluetooth, Infrared, amazing camera features like video recorder and MMS for sending and receiving images and videos.

The latest Samsung M3510 is an astounding handset and it looks like a candy bar. It is a music mobile phone which comes in a compact handset with curved edges. On the other hand, Blackberry Pearl Flip 8220 is just an eye-catcher for every one. It is a very unique mobile handset which has amazing specifications and number of phenomenal qualities.

Blackberry is actually a wireless handheld device, this electronic device was first introduced in 1997 as a two-way pager. Now the Blackberry commonly known as smartphone Blackberry supports push e-mail, mobile telephone, text messaging, internet faxing, web browsing and other wireless information. In the year 2002, Blackberry started manufacturing mobile phone with the help of the idea developed by the Canadian company ‘Research In Motion’(RIM).

Samsung M3510 has number of specifications like sound, messaging, imaging, entertainment and many more. The sound has fascinating characteristics. It has dedicated music keys and accelerometer sensor. While the Blackberry 8220 also has amazing sound clarity, it has digital dolby type sound which is really very fascinating for the listeners.

The dimensions of the Blackberry handset are 101.1 x 50 x 17.5 mm and it weighs 102 grams. Whereas Samsung M3510′s dimensions are 109 x 46 x 9.9 mm and it weighs just 68 grams.

Samsung M3510 has TFT display with 16M colours and it has pixels of 240 x 320 in 2.0 inches. Blackberry Pearl Flip 8220′s display has 65,000 colours and it has pixels of 240 x 320 in 2.6 inches along with these it has QWERTY keyboard, trackball navigation and wall papers.

Blackberry has four different messaging options they are SMS(Short Message Service) for text messaging, MMS(Multimedia Messages) for receiving and sending picture messages, Email,and Instant messaging. In Samsung M3510, there are only three messaging options, they are, SMS(Short Message Service) for text messaging, MMS(Multimedia Messages) for illustrated messages and Email.

The Samsung M3510 also has EDGE which is of class 10 of 236.8 kbps, bluetooth v2.0 with A2DP, USB cable port of v2.0. In Blackberry Pearl Flip 8220, there is GPRS, EDGE, WLAN Wi-Fi802.11a/b/g, Bluetooth of v2.0 with A2DP, along with USB cable port.

Samsung has the specification of entertainment also, it has the option of gaming and also has the option of downloading. In Blackberry Pearl Flip 8220 , it has also the options for gaming and as well as downloading. If any one wishes to download games of his/her choice, he can easily download games from any other sources.

Blackberry Pearl Flip 8220 has number of camera options such as, it has 2 Mega pixel camera of 1600 x 1200 pixels, video, automatic flash. It also has unique Blackberry maps, dataviz document viewer/editor, Java, media player MP3/WMA/AAC+, Video player DivX/WMV/XviD/3gp, organiser, calculator, voice-dial along with built-in hands free and voice memo. On the other hand, Samsung M3510 has 2Mega pixel camera of 1600×1200 pixels, video recording facility, 3.5mm audio output jack, shake control, Java MIDP 2.0 and T9 facility.

Both the handsets are feature rich and can be obtained easily from the online shops. Take advantage of the various offers and discounts available at these shops.

Samsung Tocco & Sony Ericsson C902: Excellence Personified

Posted by admin | Posted in Cell Phones & Plans | Posted on 20-02-2010

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Samsung & Sony Ericsson are the two names that occupy a special place in the hearts of people. Both of the mobile widget manufacturing companies are famous for the quality and standard that makes them stand apart from the rest of others. While Samsung is world renowned for its unmatchable quality, Sony Ericsson has always been in news for their excellent music features. Thus it is very evident that though both the companies are into same business yet their styles are different. With Samsung Tocco & Sony Ericsson C902 both the companies are trying to cash on to their image and position that exists in market.

Given below is the detailed information about both the handsets:

Size and Dimensions: Starting with Samsung Tocco. This handset also known as Samsung F480 is blessed with terrifically slim size and sleek dimensions. It has got the dimensions of 98.4 x 55 x 11.6 mm and weight of only 100.6 grams. Whereas, Sony Ericsson C902 has got the vital stats of 108 x 49 x 10.5 mm for the dimensions and it has also got the weight of 107 grams only. Thus the above statistics clearly proves that both the handsets not only have the gorgeous looks but also have terrific bodies.

Display Screen – The display screen is another fine feature of these two handsets. While Sony Ericsson C902 has got a TFT display screen and can support around 256 thousand colours. The screen has the resolution of 240 x 320 pixels and has got a reasonably big screen of 2 inches. It also comes already downloaded with wallpapers and screensavers. On the other hand Samsung F480 Tocco has got a TFT touchscreen display screen. It can support also support approximately same numbers i.e. 256000 colours. In addition to a touchscreen feature, the display screen of this widget has got the resolution of 240 x 320 pixels. Not only that even its screen size of 2.8 inches makes it stand different from others.

Memory – The memory section too of both the mobile phones is also very exceptional. Samsung Tocco comes with a user memory of 232 mega bytes which can also be extended by employing microSD up to 8 GB. It phonebook can also record 1000 different phone number entries. The other widget i.e. Sony Ericsson C902 is loaded with abundant embedded memory of 160 mega bytes. There is also an option of extension of memory by using Memory Stick Micro card. Its phonebook has the ability to keep 1000 different phone numbers in 20 various fields. Both the handsets also gives the feature of Photo call and can also keep the call records of last 30 received, dialled and missed calls.

Data – Both widgets i.e. Sony Ericsson C902 and Samsung Tocco are loaded with tremendous connectivity technologies. These technologies help the users to get the better connectivity and that too at a very fast pace. Sony Ericsson C902 comes loaded with GPRS of class 10 and EDGE of class 10 which operates at a speed of 236.8 kbps. It is also enabled with 3G HSDPA network which works at a speed of 3.6 Mbps. It also comes with a built in Bluetooth. While Samsung Tocco also has GPRS of class 12 and EDGE class 12. Like Sony Ericsson C902 it too is enabled with 3G HSDPA network which operates at an astonishing speed of 7.2 Mbps. It is also loaded with built-in Bluetooth v2.0 with A2DP and USB v2.0.

Camera – Sony Ericsson C902 has got a built-in camera of 5 mega pixels. This built-in camera also has the feature of autofocus and image stabiliser. It also has the feature of flash and even has the secondary videocall camera. To support the function of camera 8 illuminated camera touch keys are also present. While Samsung Tocco also comes with Built-in camera of 5 mega pixels. Its camera comes with exceptional features of face detection, autofocus and flash.

Other features – Samsung Tocco has got numerous features, which is its plus point. It comes with Java MIDP 2.0 and Document viewer. The other widget Sony Ericsson C902 also has many other features that are eye catcher of all sorts. It has got Java MIDP 2.0 and picture editor/blogging. Both the handsets also give the liberty to their users to send and various types of messages.

Music feature – Since handsets of Sony Ericsson cannot be imagined without music feature therefore even this mobile gadget i.e. Sony Ericsson C902 will not disappoint its users in this department too. It is because it has got built-in FM radio with RDS and MP3/AAC/MPEG4 player. The music player of this handset comes with a feature of TrackID music recognition which will be able to give the information about the playing track. If Sony Ericsson C902 has got a terrific music feature then even Samsung Tocco is also not lagging behind in this department. It also has got built-in H.264/H.263/MPEG4 player, MP3/AAC/AAC+ player and FM radio with RDS. The sound output of both the handsets is just out of this world. Thus both the handsets are a perfect treat for the music lovers.

Battery – Samsung Tocco battery has got a standby time of approximately 250 hours while Sony Ericsson’s battery has got the standby time of around 400 hours.

Thus it is evident that both Samsung Tocco & Sony Ericsson C902 or its another version Sony Ericsson C902 Red has got all the advanced features and state of art technologies loaded into them. Also both the handsets come at a reasonable price and are extremely efficient in every possible way.

Nokia N97 & Samsung i8910 Omnia HD comparison part1

Posted by admin | Posted in Symbian | Posted on 16-02-2010

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Breaking Windows – Sony Ericsson and Samsung Windows Mobile Phones Put to the Test

Posted by admin | Posted in Cell Phones & Plans | Posted on 11-01-2010

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In the world of smartphones, it’s not unfair to say that Windows Mobile is one of the premier operating systems that mobile phones can be built around. There are two big contenders for the title of best Windows Mobile phone, at the minute: the Sony Ericsson X1 and the Samsung i900 Omnia. But which one is best? Let’s put them to the test and find out!

Samsung i900 Omnia – Windows Mobile for the masses

Announced a couple of days before Apple launched the iPhone 3G (hmm, do I spot a bit of attention-grabbing), the Samsung i900 Omnia is a beautifully powerful, incredibly good-looking mobile phone. Sitting within a sleek, metal shell, it’s following the pattern of an increasing number of mobile phones, and stripping down the number of keys, focusing instead on just a touchscreen interface. Also, like an increasing number of mobile phones, Samsung have taken Windows Mobile, and put their own interface on top of it, making the insides look as good as the outside (not literally, obviously. If you take a Samsung i900 Omnia apart, you’ll find cables and circuit boards, which aren’t noted for being sexy). Not only has it got a slick interface, but the hardware features are spot on, with 5 megapixel camera, HSDPA, and GPS. It’s fair to say the Samsung i900 Omnia is one of the most powerful mobile phones going.

Sony Ericsson X1 – the first of a new breed

The Sony Ericsson X1 is a mobile phone of firsts, in more than one way. For one thing, it’s the first phone in Sony Ericsson’s new Xperia range of mobile phones. For another, it’s the first EVER Sony Ericsson mobile phone to be built around Windows Mobile (with the almost obligatory personalised interface on top). Finally, it’s first mobile phone (not just from Sony Ericsson, from anybody), to feature the innovative ‘arc slider’ design. What’s that? Well, when you slide out the screen, to unveil the QWERTY keyboard, it doesn’t slide in a straight line, but instead, it arcs slightly upwards, angling the screen so you can see it more easily, while you’re typing. Massive kudos go to Sony Ericsson for that, since it’s such a useful, clever feature, I genuinely can’t believe we’ve never seen it on any other mobile phones before now. In terms of hardware on the Sony Ericsson X1, you get a 3 megapixel camera, HSDPA and WiFi, GPS and that aforementioned QWERTY keyboard, all wrapped up in a gorgeous (and I mean properly gorgeous) metal body.

Sony Ericsson or Samsung – which should YOU buy?

So, when it comes down to it, which of these two super-powered mobile phones should you drop your cash for? Should you go for the sleek, slim Samsung, or should you go for the more functional, but equally sexy Sony Ericsson? If you compare the two mobile phones, some conclusions should become apparent. For example, take the cameras in both mobile phones. The Samsung clearly wins that fight, as it has a much higher res camera than the Sony Ericsson. However, after the camera, the Sony Ericsson REALLY comes into its own. The simple fact that the Sony Ericsson X1 has a QWERTY keyboard is a massive plus point over the Samsung, even if the Samsung is the slimmer of the two mobile phones. The keyboard adds that much more ease of use, that it’s basically an essential feature. Finally, there are two areas that the Sony Ericsson absolutely canes the Samsung in. First, the speed. The Sony Ericsson X1 appears one of the fastest, smoothest Windows Mobile phones I’ve ever seen, and although the Samsung is good, it’s just not quite AS good. Finally, there’s the screen. The Samsung has a slightly better one, but the Sony Ericsson has FOUR times the screen resolution, completely dwarfing the Samsung. And for that reason, of these two gorgeous mobile phones, the Sony Ericsson X1 is the absolute, and outright winner!