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I have a bluespoon sx. and a blackberry 8300. I have played music with this bluespoon on here beofre i believe or it was my Motorola Razor. But how can i get it to play music with my blackberry? Thanks!Content by Home Decor Zine

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Apple iPhone 4 Black Smartphone 32GB (AT&T)

Posted by admin | Posted in iPhone | Posted on 29-05-2011

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  • Does not include AT&T service contract
  • Facetime
  • Retina Display
  • Multitasking
  • HD Video Recording
  • 5MP Camera

Product Description
3.5″ TFT capacitive display, Scratch-resistant surface, Multi-touch input method, Accelerometer, Proximity, Three-axis sensor, 32 GB, Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n, Two Cameras, GPS, Multitasking capable, A4 CPU
Product Features

* Does not include AT&T service contract
* Facetime
* Retina Display
* Multitasking
* HD Video Recording
* 5MP Camera

HTC Desire HD A9191 Unlocked GSM Android Smartphone with 8 MP Camera, Wi-Fi, GPS, Touchscreen–International Version with No Warranty (Black)

Posted by admin | Posted in HTC | Posted on 26-05-2011

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  • GSM: 850/900/1800/1900 MHz, HSPA/WCDMA: 900/2100 MHz
  • 8 megapixel color camera with Auto focus and dual LED flash, 720p HD video recording, Face detection capability and Geotagging
  • Storage: Internal phone storage: 1.5 GB, RAM: 768 MB, Expansion slot: microSD? memory card (SD 2.0 compatible)
  • Gallery, Music, and FM Radio. Dolby Mobile and SRS virtual surround sound.
  • Battery type: Rechargeable Lithium-ion battery 1230 mAh, Talk time: WCDMA: Up to 320 mins, GSM: Up to 550 mins. Standby time: WCDMA: Up to 490 hours, GSM: Up to 420 hours

Yesterday’s tiny screens and squeaky sound couldn’t do justice to all the great stuff you can experience on today’s HTC Desire HD. That’s why we’ve fitted the HTC Desire HD with a huge cinematic 4.3-inch display, 1GHz CPU Processing Speed, Dolby Mobile and SRS virtual surround sound. Websites, videos, music, games and apps really rock on your HTC Desire HD. The HTC Desire HD delivers maps with zero wait, zero dead spots and zero data roaming fees. Have trouble knowing which way to turn when using a map? Relax. Maps on the HTC Desire HD always point you in the right direction. Need an ATM, a gas station or a quick bite to eat? With HTC Desire HD all the top spots appear right on your home screen. You’re likely to become very attached to your HTC Desire HD. That’s why we had the idea to bring the HTC Sense experience online. Can’t find your phone? Use HTCSense.com to show you that it’s under your sleeping cat. Worried you’ll miss something because you left it at home today? Use HTCSense.com to send and receive texts and to forward your calls to another number. Frantic about personal data on your phone that’s been lost or stolen? Log into HTCSense.com to quickly lock and wipe it remotely. The HTC Desire HD has a vivid, cinematic screen combined with Dolby Mobile and SRS audio, which makes it great for watching homemade YouTube™ epics – filmed with your phone’s on-board HD camera. And of course you can watch the latest Hollywood blockbuster that you’ve loaded on your SD card. Use the built-in Locations widget to find places to eat, things to see and how to get around the area. Leave the guidebooks at home – your HTC Desire HD is your ideal traveling companion.

Apple iPhone 4 Black Smartphone 16GB (AT&T)

Posted by admin | Posted in iPhone | Posted on 26-05-2011

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  • Does not include AT&T service contract
  • Facetime
  • Retina Display
  • Multitasking
  • HD Video Recording
  • 5MP Camera

When creating iPhone 4, Apple designers and engineers didn’t start with a clean sheet of paper. They started with three years of experience designing and building the phones that redefined what a phone can do. iPhone 4 is the result of everything they’ve learned so far. And it’s all contained in a beautiful enclosure a mere 9.3 millimeters thin, making iPhone 4 the world’s thinnest smartphone. Locked to AT&T.

Sidekick 4G Brings Legacy Smartphone Up to Speed, Sort Of

Posted by admin | Posted in Gadget Reviews | Posted on 04-05-2011

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You could say the original Sidekick was the first shot fired in the smartphone revolution.

With a flip of the thumb, you could expose the physical keyboard hidden behind the screen. It was aligned horizontally to make typing easier, but it wasn’t too bulky. And the large screen — bigger than most other phones in 2002 — made tasks like browsing the web and writing e-mails on your phone actually seem like ideas worth getting used to.

Over the years, the Sidekick and its successors ended up losing out to the newer breed of smartphones ushered in by the iPhone — devices with advanced operating systems and apps, and with touch displays in place of physical keyboards.

So, can the Sidekick make a comeback? Samsung hopes so: The latest iteration of the old classic, the Sidekick 4G for T-Mobile, stays true to its heritage while bumping up its specs and adding a host of media and entertainment perks.

It’s an Android phone built for the 4G now, but it has some hardware and software quirks that make it feel several steps behind.

Samsung stuck with the traditional Sidekick silhouette, with two buttons placed on either side of the 3.5-inch 480 x 800 resolution touchscreen. A Home button and Jump button grace the left side. A Menu key and Back key are situated on the right, with a small optical track button sandwiched in the middle.

Being right handed, it took a while to get used to this button placement. I really wanted the Home button to be on the bottom right when it’s held in landscape orientation, with the Back button above that and the Menu and Jump keys on the left. My thumbs got lost often.

The phone has about the same heft as an iPhone 4, but is slightly longer and about 50 percent thicker. It fits in a front pocket, but it is a bit chunky. That thickness comes from the physical keyboard under the screen. The Sidekick’s screen slides out using a unique “pop-tilt” mechanism, revealing the display’s sassy pink underside, after it’s snapped into a comfortable viewing angle.

Sliding the screen out takes a bit of practice: You need to use both thumbs, applying pressure to the crack between the screen and keyboard. But all you have to do is nudge it free of the body, and the screen springs out the rest of the way on its own. You can’t apply the force horizontally, which is a departure from other slide-out keyboards, and from the swivel screen on older Sidekicks.

Also, the volume rocker and power button sit just a hair below where you need to place your thumbs to push the display out. This leads to a lot of unintended volume adjustments, screen shut-offs and other accidental button-presses when flipping the screen up. Sliding the screen back in without pressing any of the buttons also takes some getting used to.

For my dainty lady thumbs, the QWERTY keyboard was a little uncomfortably spaced out, dropping my texting speed a few notches. Male friends with longer — normal-sized? — thumbs thought the keyboard size was just right.

The Sidekick 4G comes with Samsung’s Kick UX skin for Froyo onboard. It’s less than intuitive — there are three ways to access just about every app or feature of the phone, which can be a little confusing. But it’s fine once you find one method you prefer over the others.

The Jump key (a Sidekick legacy) was particularly handy in this respect: It lets you switch from one recently used application to another while bypassing the home screen. It’s not exactly multitasking, but it is a timesaver.

Once inside an app or widget though, you lose those options. With some apps, like the Facebook widget, you have no choice but to use the Back button (heavily) to navigate. That’s a bit of a shame on a touchscreen device. And although the handset is clearly meant to be used primarily in landscape mode, several apps and functions require it to be in portrait orientation.

The Sidekick 4G stays true to its chat roots with a slew of messaging options, including Google Talk and the phone’s signature Group Text and Cloud Text Features. Group Text provides functionality similar to that of other app- or web-based group texting services like GroupMe, allowing you to create and manage a group of contacts and send mass SMS messages. This is great for getting a message out to a specific group of people (your family, your co-workers, a circle of friends) speedily and easily.

But those subscribed to limited texting plans may not appreciate the barrage of texts that result from the reply-all nature of the service. Cloud Text is similar, but works across platforms, so you can text from your PC or the Sidekick.

There’s a VGA front-facing camera you can use to video-chat through Qik’s service. Around the back, there’s a heftier 3.2-megapixel camera. That’s subpar by today’s standards, but the software offers multiple settings that photo geeks can use to tweak images. You can shoot photos in black and white, sepia and panoramic modes, and adjust the exposure, white balance, contrast, saturation and sharpness. Video quality is nothing special.

If you actually use your phone to make calls, you’ll be happy to hear that the call quality is superb. The phone’s noise cancellation is so well-implemented that during a lull in conversation with my dad on my bus ride home, the line became so silent that he thought the call had been dropped.

During my testing, I found T-Mobile’s network speeds — HSPA+ 4G or otherwise — to be generally good. The latest episode of 30 Rock downloaded in minutes, and web pages loaded at least as quickly as on comparable smartphones. T-Mobile says you’ll get 5-to-10-Mbps download speeds wherever it can connect to 4G, and I found no reason to dispute that claim. The Sidekick will also act as a mobile hot spot for up to five devices.

Overall, the Samsung Sidekick 4G gives a modern update to the traditional look and feel of the old Sidekick handsets, but it suffers a bit from some odd hardware-design choices, and from software quirks. Viewed as just another Android phone, it’s tough to recommend it over other Android handsets out there. However, longtime Sidekick users or Blackberry owners transitioning to Android will like the Sidekick’s big keyboard, and they should be pleased enough with the user experience.

WIRED Physical keyboard will keep thumb warriors happy. Tons of media options and chat features keep you entertained and connected. Speedy 1-GHz Hummingbird processor gets things moving: Games like Angry Birds Rio don’t stutter in the slightest. Battery life easily lasts all day for normal mixed usage. Background noise? What background noise?

TIRED Screen-popping mechanism is a bit tricky. Button placement is downright poor. The mix of onscreen-touch and physical-button navigation is perplexing and redundant. It takes a lot of work to get a good photo –- if I wanted to mess with that many settings, I would have gotten an actual digital camera.

Photo by Jon Snyder/Wired.com

Let’s Get Small: HP’s Tiny WebOS Smartphone

Posted by admin | Posted in Gadget Reviews | Posted on 03-05-2011

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The Veer is ridiculously small. Almost Zoolander ridiculously small.

When you first grip the thing in your hand and try out the keyboard, you think, “Oh man, this is never going to work.” But after a few initial typos, it’s actually not that bad at all.

At 3.25 inches long, the Veer is tiny, stealthy and unassuming. It’s so small, it’ll even fit in the coin pocket of your jeans. The back of the black model has a rubberized texture that keeps your brain from mistaking it for a large, smooth pebble.

The 2.6-inch touchscreen is minuscule compared to giant 4.3-inch stunners like that of the HTC ThunderBolt. But as long as you’re not dead set on streaming a lot of movies or TV onto your device, it’s just large enough to do most anything else.

The phone’s screen-sliding mechanism feels solid, but it is still easy enough to operate with one hand or one thumb. And although the super-small keyboard takes a bit of practice — and a lot of trust, because your thumb covers up half the keyboard — I was surprised at how often I was able to compose typo-free messages and e-mails on the raised keys.

Palm’s webOS really shines on a device with such a small form factor. Instead of the standard menu screens seen on other smartphones, webOS uses an array of cards that can be accessed with a single tap on the gesture pad, located right under the display. Opening a new instance of an application creates a new card. A swipe upward removes the card from the deck, otherwise it’s there waiting for you when you want to return to it. Related cards (like multiple Facebook pages, for example) stack on top of one another.

Unfortunately, the implementation suffers from a few unpleasant hiccups. Finger flicks need to be deliberate, or they won’t be registered by the device. While scrolling through the photo roll, images take a second to deblur. App loading occasionally stutters, and sometimes freezes — I found this particularly true when loading the web browser. Since games and apps functioned perfectly fine once opened, this seemed like more of a software issue than a problem with the Veer’s 800 MHz Snapdragon processor.

The HP Veer comes with a couple useful features baked in: integrated messaging and Just Type, which is standard to all webOS devices. Integrated messaging allows conversations with the same contact on different services, for instance, on Google Chat and SMS, to be synced up and displayed in the same timeline, providing a seamless record of your chats. And if you don’t feel like flipping through your cards or scrolling through your apps, you can use Just Type to begin typing an app name or search item, and the phone will bring it up for you.

The Veer can act as a Wi-Fi hotspot for up to five wireless devices on AT&T’s HSPA+ 4G network. It also takes decent photos with its 5-megapixel camera — as long as there’s not excessive sunlight, which made my shots look overexposed and washed out.

The HP Veer is a pretty great phone, despite its diminutive appearance. Wired’s first impressions of the device were spot on: This would make a great phone for a teenager or anyone who wants to stay connected, but doesn’t need a large, super-crisp display for video playback.

WIRED Fantastically small form factor fits comfortably in almost any pocket. Magsafe-style charger — why isn’t this standard on all phones yet?

TIRED If the box didn’t say 4G on it, I never would have guessed. Palm’s app store has a woefully dismal selection — only the biggest names are there. The battery is non-removable.

Photos: Jim Merithew/Wired.com

White Blackberry Torch 9800 Unlocked Smartphone

Posted by admin | Posted in Blackberry | Posted on 15-01-2011

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  • TFT touchscreen

Product Description
3.2″ 360 x 480 capacitive touch screen display, 624 MHz processor, BlackBerry OS 6.0, New WebKit browser, Integrated social feeds, App World pre-installed, 5.0MP camera, Built-in GPS and WiFi… More >>

Black Durable Silicone Skin Soft Case + Rapid Car Charger + Clear Reusable LCD Screen Protector for RIM BlackBerry Storm 9500 9530 Smartphone

Posted by admin | Posted in Blackberry | Posted on 16-11-2010

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  • This Combo Pack Includes: One Silicon Skin Case, One Car Charger, One Screen Protector.
  • Car Charger: Vehicle Lighter Adaptor. (12~24v DC). Short circuit protection. LED charging indication
  • Case: Custom made to fit your Phone perfectly. Easy access to all buttons and features.
  • Protector: Clear, ultra thin and durable. Shield and protect your screen from unwanted scratches.

Product Description
NOTE: Please apply the screen protector gently in order to avoid too much pressure onto the screen… More >>

Fosmon Premium Quality Retractable Car Auto Charger for BlackBerry Torch 9800 / Bold Slider Smartphone

Posted by admin | Posted in Blackberry | Posted on 28-09-2010

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  • Recharge on the go by harnessing power from your car with a cigarette lighter adapter
  • Features an intelligent IC chip that prevents overcharging and overheating
  • With its tangle-free wire it is very easy to put away
  • The wire is 100% retractable
  • LED charging indication.

Product Description
Retractable Car Charger – Black Brand new Fosmon Brand Retractable Car Charger. (12~24v DC) Short circuit protection. LED charging indication. Plug never heats or overcharges the battery. Intelligent IC chip inside recognizes a full battery and automatically switch to a saver. The wire is 100% retractable…. More >>

BlackBerry 8700C Qwerty Unlocked SmartPhone –International Version With No Warranty

Posted by admin | Posted in Blackberry | Posted on 11-09-2010

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  • Organizer
  • Phone
  • Browser
  • Light Sensing Screen
  • Thin

Product Description
You will get a thin stylish lightweight handheld with QWERTY keyboard light sensing screen and MP3 ringtones. And all the functionality you expect from a BlackBerry device push email phone browser and organizer are also included…. More >>

Sony Ericsson Vivaz U5i Unlocked GSM Smartphone with 8 MP Camera, Symbian OS, Touch Screen, Wi-Fi and GPS–International Version with No Warranty

Posted by admin | Posted in Cell Phones & Plans | Posted on 20-07-2010

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  • Quad-band GSM/GPRS/EDGE: 850/900/1800/1900 MHz. HSDPA 900 / 2102
  • Operating System: Symbian Series 60, 5th edition. Processor: 720 MHz. GPS with A-GPS support, Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g, DLNA. Bluetooth v2.1 with A2DP.
  • Display: 3.2 inches, 360 x 640 pixels, Accelerometer sensor for UI auto-rotate, Scratch-resistant surface, Turn-to-mute and snoozing alarms, Handwriting recognition. Organizer, QuickOffice document reader. Card Slot: microSD, up to 32 GB, 8GB included
  • Camera: 8 MP, 3264×2448 pixels, autofocus, LED flash, Video calling, touch focus, geo-tagging, face and smile detection. Video: 720p@24fps, continuous autofocus, video light. Stereo FM radio. Video player, Music player, TrackID music recognition
  • Talk time: Up to 13 h (2G) / Up to 5 h 20 min (3G). Standby time: Up to 430 h (2G) / Up to 440 h (3G)

Product Description
Sony Ericsson has just introduced its newest mobile phone known as Sony Ericsson Vivaz Unlocked and also known as Sony Ericsson Kurara. The Sony Ericsson Vivaz is going run on Symbian operating system Series 60 and will be powered by powerful 720 PowerVR SGX graphics processor. This smart phone will come up with a 3.2 inches wide display of 640 x 360 pixels capable of showing up to 16 million colors. The Sony Ericsson Kurara is going to be packed with an 8.1 megapix… More >>

Nokia N95 8GB – Smartphone – WCDMA / GSM – slider

Posted by admin | Posted in Symbian | Posted on 14-07-2010

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  • Boasting up to eight gigabytes of built-in memory
  • 5 megapixel camera with Carl Zeiss optics, built-in A-GPS, WLAN, HSDPA and an innovative 2-way slide
  • 2.8″ QVGA display

Product Description
Boasting up to eight gigabytes of built-in memory, the Nokia N95 8GB has all the key features of its predecessor, including a 5 megapixel camera with Carl Zeiss optics, built-in A-GPS, WLAN, HSDPA and an innovative 2-way slide. The sleek black N95 8GB also boasts a luminous 2.8″ QVGA display, so watching videos, browsing the Internet or viewing maps is a real pleasure. With its expanded memory, the N95 8GB offers up to 20 hours of video or up to 6000 songs.Entertain… More >>

Sony Ericsson XPERIA X10 Mini E10i Unlocked Smartphone with 5 MP Camera, Android OS, GPS, Wi-Fi and Bluetooth–International Version with Warranty

Posted by admin | Posted in Cell Phones & Plans | Posted on 09-07-2010

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  • GSM 850/900/1800/1900, HSDPA 900/2100
  • Screen: 2.55 inches, 240 x 320 pixels, TFT capacitive touchscreen, 16M colors, Scratch-resistant surface, Accelerometer sensor for UI auto-rotate, Timescape UI
  • Camera: 5 MP, 2560?1920 pixels, autofocus, LED flash. Video: VGA@30fps, video light
  • Platform: Android OS 1.6. CPU: Qualcomm MSM7227 600MHz. Internal Memory: 128MB. External Memory: microSD, up to 16GB
  • MP4/H.263/H.264/WMV player, MP3/eAAC+/WMA/WAV player, YouTube, Calendar, Google Talk, Document viewer, TrackID music recognition, GPS with A-GPS support, Stereo FM radio with RDS, MMS, Email, Push email

Product Description
Xperia X10 mini E10i offers an open and intuitive communication entertainment experience and build on the human curvature design philosophy debuted by the Sony Ericsson Xperia X10. Combining the Android platform with signature applications and a customisable UX platform, communication truly becomes entertainment with these new mobile phones. To enhance the experience, pick and choose from a multitude of applications at Android Market and co-create a mobile phone exp… More >>

BlackBerry 9700 Bold Unlocked Smartphone with 3 MP Camera, Bluetooth, 3G, Wi-Fi, and MicroSd Slot –International Version with no Warranty

Posted by admin | Posted in Blackberry | Posted on 01-06-2010

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  • This unlocked cell phone is compatible with GSM carriers like AT&T and T-Mobile. Not all carrier features may be supported. It will not work with CDMA carriers like Verizon Wireless, Alltel and Sprint.
  • Quad-band GSM cell phone compatible with 850/900/1800/1900 frequencies and US/International 3G compatibility via 800/850/1900/2100/ 1700/2100 MHz, UMTS/HSDPA plus GPRS/EDGE capabilities
  • Wi-Fi networking (802.11b/g); 3.2-megapixel camera/camcorder; Bluetooth stereo music; microSD memory expansion to 32 GB; access to personal and corporate email
  • Access all your email and messaging as well as social networking sites; full QWERTY keyboard with touch-sensitive optical trackpad
  • Up to 6 hours of talk time, up to 360 hours (15 days) of standby time

Amazon.com Product Description
This premium device gives me the cutting edge technology to keep me productive in work and life when I am away from my computer without trading off style. The BlackBerry Bold 9700 smartphone has a large, hi-resolution screen that displays over 65,000 colors; creating a vivid viewing experience for all your photos, videos, files and websites. Access what’s important with trackpad navigation based on how laptops are designed. Glide your finger over the trac… More >>

Nokia E65 Unlocked Smartphone with 2 MP Camera, International 3G, Wi-Fi, Media Player, MicroSD Slot–International Version with Warranty

Posted by admin | Posted in Symbian | Posted on 24-04-2010

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  • This unlocked cell phone is compatible with GSM carriers like AT&T and T-Mobile. Not all carrier features may be supported. It will not work with CDMA carriers like Verizon Wireless, Alltel and Sprint.
  • Quad-band GSM cell phone compatible with 850/900/1800/1900 frequencies and International 3G compatibility via 2100 UMTS plus EDGE capabilities
  • Slider phone with full range of business features; Wi-Fi networking (802.11b/g); access to email with document viewer
  • 2-megapixel camera; 50 MB internal memory to 2 GB; MicroSD expansion; Bluetooth for handsfree devices; digital media player
  • Up to 6 hours of talk time, up to 265 hours of standby time

Product Description
This slim slider packs in all of the expected features of a new S60 smartphone, plus Wi-Fi and extra call-management keys for the extra business-oriented voice features of the Eseries. Key features include a 2 megapixel camera, microSD memory card slot, large QVGA display, quad-band GSM, EDGE data, and Flash Lite 1.1.Amazon.com Product Description
The slim slider, quad-band Nokia E65 contains all the mobile business capabilities of a Nokia E-series device … More >>

Nokia E65 Unlocked Smartphone with 2 MP Camera, International 3G, Wi-Fi, Media Player, MicroSD Slot–International Version with Warranty

Nokia N97 Mini White Unlocked GSM Cellular Phone Mobile Smartphone Qwerty Keyboard

Posted by admin | Posted in Symbian | Posted on 24-04-2010

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  • 2G Network GSM 850 / 900 / 1800 / 1900 3G Network HSDPA 900 / 1900 / 2100
  • Data GPRS Class 32 EDGE Class 32 3G HSDPA, 3.6 Mbps WLAN Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g, UPnP technology Bluetooth Yes, v2.0 with A2DP
  • Camera Primary 5 MP, 2592×1944 pixels, Carl Zeiss optics, autofocus, Dual LED flash, video light Features Geo-tagging Video Yes
  • Features OS Symbian OS v9.4, Series 60 rel. 5 CPU ARM 11 434 MHz processor Messaging SMS, MMS, Email, Push Email, IM Browser
  • Unlocked (Never Locked) – Will work on any GSM Network Worldwide!

Product Description
The sleek Nokia N97 mini integrates the web into your life and seamlessly connects you to your friends and favorite online services. Personalise your home screen and stay connected to the people, content, and services that matter most. Get live news feeds from social networks, and add shortcuts to your favourite websites and friends. The Nokia N97 mini feels as good as it looks with its widescreen multi-sensory display, full QWERTY keyboard, and sleek metal finish. … More >>

Nokia N97 Mini White Unlocked GSM Cellular Phone Mobile Smartphone Qwerty Keyboard