Thursday, September 30, 2010
Posted by Rida Kamran on 1:04 PM
The Endurance comes with a built in MP3/MP4 media player so you can easily playback all of your favorite movies, music, or photos, all with the simple tap of the touchscreen.
Just plug this watch phone into your computer’s USB port and load your favorite media files onto the internal 2GB memory. The audio can then be played through the included Bluetooth earphones or directly through the built in speakers.
Wednesday, September 29, 2010
Posted by Rida Kamran on 12:30 PM
Want an Android smartphone that won't cripple your pockets with either an extremely expensive unlocked purchase price or a steep contract? You might want to take a stab at the Sanyo Zio, an entry-level Android smartphone from Cricket Wireless Physically, it looks decidedly unremarkable.It has a slightly rectangular shape, decent dimensions and a comfortable feel in hand. Build is heavy on the plastic, but sturdy.The 3.5-inch display (400 x 240 resolution) is far from the best we've seen, but it is impressive for a cheap phone.
As a phone, the Zio made for good calls. Voices sounded natural, although we could have appreciated just a little more volume.Those on the other line reported positive results. Speakerphone, however, sounded shrill. Battery is rated at 6.9 hours of talk time, so expect good use up to two days (okay, maybe a day and a half).
Saturday, September 25, 2010
Posted by Rida Kamran on 9:02 AM
It runs Android 1.5. Yes, that same version from the oldest Android smartphone. Dell did throw up its own UI, which might have been welcome if this handset came out a year ago. Right now, though, it hardly enhances the phone's usability.
Thursday, September 16, 2010
Posted by Rida Kamran on 7:29 AM
Now, we are talking about the same Puma company that makes the shoes, sportswear, and other sport accessories so I understand if you are a little bit wary. But the PUMA phone is real, and it comes with a built-in solar charger on the back so you’ll never suffer for a dead battery. The handset also comes with a 2.8-inch 240×320 capacitive touch screen, Bluetooth, 3G, aGPS, Quad-band GSM and a 3.2-megapixel camera with LED flash.
The PUMA also sports (no pun intended) a built-in radio, social networking integration, video calling, a sarcastic calculator and a scratching turntable. And it wouldn’t be a Puma with out a host of sports features, so there’s a stopwatch, GPS speedo, GPS run tracker, pedometer and a yachting compass. The user interface makes heavy use of PUMA’s corporate color scheme (red, white and black) with flat looking white-on-red icons throughout. According to the phone’s webpage, it will arrive in 45 days (first week of April) and did I mention it even comes with a on-demand digital cat (a puma)
Wednesday, September 8, 2010
Posted by Rida Kamran on 12:55 PM
The Nokia N8 has finally got an official release date from Nokia after much speculation online.
The Nokia N8 will be released across networks from the 1st October , although it will be available direct from Nokia in the last couple of days in September. Infact, you can pre-order the mobile from Nokia direct right now with it costs £429.00 Sim-free.
We'd expect a marketing barrage over the next few weeks , as the N8 is the most important smartphone Nokia has launched in a long time.
It not only marks the introduction of the Symbian^3 operating system , but is also the first real feature phone launched by Nokia since the N900. They are no doubt aiming to take on the iPhone, Samsung Galaxy S and other top smartphones and it will take a great mobile and a big advertising spend to succeed.
We're not sure how many networks will carry the Nokia N8, but its been confirmed that Vodafone will be launching the mobile and will get it in an exclusive Lime green colour. We also know that both O2 and T-Mobile will be carrying the Nokia N8.