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Impress Everyone By Owing Sony Ericsson T303 or Sony Ericsson C902 June 18, 2009

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In the recent times, mobile has become a need for almost everyone. Sometimes, we are in big confusion that which gadget has to be chosen and why. The reason behind is that lots of manufacturers have ventured into the domain of communication. But Sony Ericsson is the one that has grabbed the attention of the users with its outstanding features and competence. The Sony Ericsson T303 and Sony Ericsson C902 are the two widgets of this brand that come packed with the high tech features and designs. Lets first talk about the Sony Ericsson T303 that has been equipped with 1.8 inches of TFT screen that displays images with the resolution of 128 x 160 pixels.

Sony Ericsson C902 Mobile Phone

Key Features Of Sony Ericsson C902
Weight : 107 g
Talktime : Up to 9 h
Standby : Up to 400 h
Colour Display : TFT, 256K colors
Ringtones : Polyphonic, MP3
Camera : 5 MP
MP3 : MP3/AAC/MPEG4 player
Bluetooth : Yes, v2.0 with A2DP
GPRS : Class 10 (4+1/3+2 slots), 32 – 48 kbps
3G : HSDPA, 3.6 Mbps

Thus, the screen is quite visible and bright and the people can boast off among their loved ones. The light weighted 93 grams of this device would permit you to carry it easily anywhere without any difficulty. However, the dimensions of this gadget is 83 x 47 x 14.7 mm, that is very compatible for everyone. The SMS and MMS are the messaging features that would allow you to chat freely with your friends and relatives. Camera is one of the elegant options that everyone likes to have in their handsets. In order to fulfill the wishes of those people, it has a preloaded 1.3 mega pixels camera that efficiently takes terrific pictures. Battery backup of this gadget is so powerful that it does not required high charging. It offers an massive backup of 9 hours in talk time mode and 400 hours in standby mode. For Internet accessing, it has an integrated WAP 2.0/xHTML of browser. (more…)

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Is Blackberry Bold An iPhone Killer ? September 15, 2008

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In the recent news from renowned news sources in UK, it is the topic of discussion that the Blackberry Bold is going to become an iPhone killer. According to the blackberry manufacturing canadian company RIM – The Blackberry Bold is a kind of phone which is in the reach of it’s high end users like travelling salesman, business personnels and the ordinary users. It is being treated as an point of attraction from it’s broad range of users and audiance.

As Apple iPhone is having it’s best features like Geo tagging, GPS, 3G mobile network and it’s touch screen feature which allows it’s users to get the browsing experience as they feel while browsing on the internet. It has 2 MP camera which is not so high resolution one but produces the good quality pictures and video clips. On the other hand if we talk about the Blackberry bold it is being designed with this almost entirely in mind: loading music for instance, has been made really easy – it will pull songs straight from your existing iTunes library; surfing the web is more satisfying than on other BlackBerrys, because the Bold uses the 3G mobile phone network as well as Wi-Fi to get online; and the interface has been given a makeover.

We can compare the basic features of Blackberry Bold and 3G Apple iPhone to justify that where iPhone lacks with the Bold so that it is being in the rumors that bold is going to be an iPhone Killer.

Camera and GPS
iPhone 3g:The two-megapixel camera is basic but produces images of acceptable quality. Using the built-in GPS and Google Maps to get around is easy, but the current system is not quite fast enough to support real-time turn-by-turn directions. The satnav software can “tag” a photo with the geographical coordinates where it was taken.

BlackBerry Bold: The Bold has the same two-megapixel camera as the iPhone and can also “geotag” your photographs. The GPS function is very easy to use, and you can install additional software to turn the Bold into a useful sat-nav device, capable of providing turn-by-turn directions.

Email
iPhone 3g: The iPhone can collect emails as soon as they hit your computer inbox. Setting up a connection to my work email account took 90 seconds.

BlackBerry Bold: The full-sized keyboard means that you can type long emails comfortably, and you can open and edit documents with applications such as “Word to Go”.

Overall view
iPhone 3g: If the iPhone had the ability to edit documents on the go, it would be the perfect business device.

BlackBerry Bold:The BlackBerry Bold, quite simply, does more than the iPhone. It looks better than any of its predecessors, too, but email and professional uses are always going to be the priorities for this device.

News Source: http://www.telegraph.co.uk/

Sony Ericsson C902 Versus Sony Ericsson W980i August 19, 2008

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My personal rendezvous with the mobile world has brought me closer to many mobile devices. I liked some of them while some hardly impressed me at all. In this Blog of mine, I will be sharing my thoughts on the Sony Ericsson C902 and Sony Ericsson W980i mobile phones.

As far as I know, no mobile brand in the mobile world is more known for its audio quality than Sony Ericsson. The 2.0 inches TFT display of this phone helps the mobile users to access phone menus and applications without any fail. Its display offers 256,000 colours and that too, with a resolution of 240 x 320 pixels. The Sony Ericsson C902 has 160 MB internal memory and comes with a Memory Stick Micro (M2) card slot. Now, coming to messaging options, this phone is a source of paradise with SMS, MMS, Email, Push Email and Instant Messaging. When it comes to Internet surfing, the phone has WAP 2.0/HTML (NetFront) browsers and RSS reader. Sound quality is brilliant and with the 8 illuminated camera touch keys, mobile usage is shining and refreshingly vibrant. The 5 MP camera of this phone offers an exceptional resolution of 2592 х 1944 pixels and has a secondary videocall camera. What more! This mobile phone also has FM radio with RDS, MP3/AAC/MPEG4 player, TrackID music recognition, Picture editor/blogging and Built-in handsfree to keep the interests going for long without a sense of boredom.

The other phone in question, Sony Ericsson W980i, is a music phone with a light weight and sleek dimensions. It has appealing looks, exquisite design, stylish body and is loaded with world class features.This Sony Ericsson mobile phone has a 2.2 inches TFT display with a resolution of 240 x 320 pixels. The second external TFT display of this phone with 256K colours and a resolution of 176 x 176 pixels allows the users to access call details without opening this sliding phone. The phone comes with a shared memory of 8 GB and has GPRS, HSCSD, EDGE, 3G – HSDPA – 3.6 Mbps, Bluetooth v2.0 with A2DP and offers USB v2.0 support besides facilitating WAP 2.0/xHTML and HTML (NetFront) browsers as well as RSS reader.

Music with the Sony Ericsson W980i is captivating as it comes with Java MIDP 2.0, TrackID music recognition, FM radio with RDS, FM transmitter, Walkman player, Shake control, Voice memo and Built-in handsfree. Camera quality is also phenomenal as its 3.15 megapixel camera delivers a resolution of 2048 x 1536 pixels and helps the users to capture still images as well as videos.
Thus, I can easily say that both Sony Ericsson C902 and Sony Ericsson W980i are great choices for every mobile user.

Samsung D900 Versus D900i – World of Beautiful Technology July 1, 2008

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Samsung D900 phone is very stylish in looks; it is very slender and a slider instrument which attribute to the attractiveness of the phone. The sleek and snazzy slider phone by Samsung has dimensions of 103.5 x 51 x 12.9 mm and weighs just 85 grams.Samsung D900 has 60 mega bytes memory and microSD(Transflash) card slot. The phone comes with 3.15 Mega Pixels with high resolution of 2048 x 1536 pixels,autofocus, video(CIF) and in-built flash. D900 is offered in different colours like Black, silver, blue , red and gray.

Samsung D900

The handset has a 32 x 42 mm TFT screen with 256colours and has a resolution of 240 x 320 pixels. The mobile phone has features such as Class 10 GPRS and EDGE, Bluetooth, USB. The phone has a fabulous standby battery backup of 250 hours which is pretty good for phone with so many features in it.

On the other hand, when we look at the Samsung D900i it is an advanced version of D900. The phone is extremely attractive and elegant because of its lustrous metal finish body. The phone comes with 3.2 MP camera accompanied by features like autofocus and built-in flash. It has the same dimensions as D900 which are 103.5 x 51 x 12.9 mm and weighs 85grams.D900i is offered in only two elegant colours that are Black and Wine-red. The plus point of this phone is the availability of FM Radio unlike D900. Samsung D900i is powered by internal memory of 60 mega bytes which can be expanded with the help of microSD(Transflash) card slot. This alluring phone has 32 x 42 mm TFT screen with 256k colours and resolution of 240 x 320 pixels.

Samsung D900i

Samsung D900i is supported by Class 10 GPRS and EDGE by means of which you can easily download games, ring tones, wallpapers, themes to make your phone more attractive. The user can enjoy up to 4 hours of talktime with this phone and 250 hours of standby battery backup because of the impeccably battery life. The sound quality is superb which makes it a good choice for the user.In a nutshell, both of these phones are equally good. There are only a few differentiating features in D900 and D900i.

LG Prada And LG Venus Differences May 22, 2008

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The LG Prada and LG Venus are the favourite mobile phones of the users in the UK. These gadgets have contextualised the menu system and have options so as to ease up the usability of the devices. The dynamic graphic interface system, music players and camcorders add extra luxury to the devices.

The LG Venus has the size of 4.0 x 2.0 x 0.6 inches and weighs only 3.8 oz. The main display screen of the handset can give resolution of 240 x 320 pixels and supports 262 144 colors. This TFT screen is excellent for viewing of videos and pictures. The pictures can be clicked using the 2 MP camera of the handset. The multimedia capabilities of the Venus make it possible for the users to listen to music and watch videos on popular formats such as MP3, WMA, AAC, AAC+, WMV, MP4, 3GP and 3G2. The gadget has storage capacity of 64 MB and one can also enjoy wireless connectivity with the availability of Bluetooth option. Moreover, the internet plays a vital role as due to its presence the users can download files, ringtones, videos and games. Thus the handset can be used for these purposes and the support is increased with the battery that gives talktime of 4 hrs and standby time of 480 hrs.

The LG Prada has significantly rich features with the memory support of upto 8 MB. I love the Prada due to its excellent space for storing files. There is also a 2 MP camera accompanied with the music player. The user can send and receive files wirelessly by means of Bluetooth technology.

Latest Nokia V/S LG Mobiles – Phones That Are Eminent May 8, 2008

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The competition between the latest Nokia Phones vs. LG mobile phones is getting more and more intense. The handsets from both these well-known brands differ in style and design; they are good for connectivity purposes as well. Both the company launches handsets that are the best in the market and are facilitated with features such as high resolution cameras and music players. Both these leading manufacturers are known to launch various designs in mobiles such as clamshell, slide open and flip open to attract the fashion conscious users.

The handsets of Nokia and LG are good for storing files as they have large memory support that can extend up to 8 GB. The mobiles of LG in general are slim as compared to the ones from Nokia Phones. The Nokia gadgets are larger but they pose a very authentic feel when held in hand. I personally find the technology in these phones quite prominent with the integrated cameras delivering sharp pictures, the music players giving clear sound, and the connectivity options being well defined. However, the LG phones too have marvelous camera options, high-end music players and FM radios. These models are compact and the best example of it is the LG Viewty. Nokia is known for sets such as Nokia N95 8GB phone.

Most of the phones from these two brands work on 2G as well as 3G networks. These mobiles are also GSM enabled and so allow the users to carry them to any place in the world and yet remain connected. The battery life extends to providing long hours of talktime and standby time. Wireless transfer of files is made a reality due to the presence of connectivity options such as Bluetooth in these handsets.

Bluetooth versus Wi-Fi Phones – For wire-free connectivity and quite a bit more April 17, 2008

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Today, most of the users want to be a part of wireless technology for transfering their data files, instead of tangling with the wires. As a matter of fact, the business world thrives on the wireless technology for accessing the Internet or in preparing of presentations, for instance. The advanced wireless technology such as Bluetooth and Wi-Fi in any mobile phones makes it stand apart among competitive products.

The Bluetooth mobile phones come with three main benefits. First and foremost, the users are able to enjoy the wireless connection for transferring of important files to colleagues, and friends. As a matter of fact, the users do not have to carry a multitude of connectors and attachments with them on the move. Secondly, without spending much from the pocket, the users are able to enjoy wireless connectivity. Therefore, it can be said that Bluetooth technology is quite affordable and within the budgets of many people. Last but not the least, Bluetooth is easy to use, as the users do not have do anything special to make it work.

On other hand, the Wi-Fi enabled phones come with wireless LAN adapters. In many instances, these Wi-Fi phones are designed as a replacement for the cabled LAN adapters. As a matter of fact, this technology ensures that the users are able to enjoy high-speed data transfers with other compatible devices. Moreover, the Wi-Fi enabled phones are backed with better network solutions as they come with strong security protocols.Therefore, it can be said that Bluetooth and WiFi technology are high-end gadgets that offer wire-free connectivity and quite a bit more. As a matter of fact, both the technologies are based on wireless connections, which allows the users to transfers the data files to other compatible devices without the need for clumsy cables.