When you have the opportunity to upgrade your mobile phone, you want to make the process worthwhile by getting something that offers a genuine improvement on your current model and, if you are a major mobile geek, you will probably already have your eyes on a particular make and model. For people who are less well-versed in mobile technology though, it can be useful to have some pointers.
Samsung Galaxy S Blaze 4G is the latest offering from T-Mobile and its release gives customers a cheaper alternative to Samsung Galaxy S II. The phone has a smaller display as compared to its big brother, but does Galaxy S Blaze 4G deliver the same performance as that of Galaxy S II? Check our Samsung Galaxy S Blaze 4G review to know what this mid-range Android phone has to offer you. Samsung.
LG Connect 4G is MetroPC’s flagship phone and the launch of Connect 4G comes soon after LG Esteem. Though the phone is a bit expensive and does not give the same speeds as you will find in other LTE networks, yet the phone has plenty to offer. With a 1.2 GHz dual-core processor, beautiful display and a great design, LG Connect 4G is surly a head turner. Check out LG Connect 4G review.
Though many smartphone users prefer typing on a real physical keyboard on their devices rather than typing on virtual QWERTY keypad, there are very few 4G phones which offer this feature. We witnessed Samsung offering a 4G LTE slider in Stratosphere and now Motorola and Verizon has offered this feature in their latest Droid 4. Apart from this, there are several other features in Droid 4 which.
Though Nokia Asha 300 may not be as exciting as the recently launched high end Windows Phone (Lumia 800, Lumia 710) by Nokia, yet Asha 300 is worth talking because of its simplicity, revamped S40 interface and decent features. Asha 300 looks forward to consolidate Nokia’s place in the feature phone market which the Finnish mobile phone giant has dominated for years. But does Asha 300.
While BlackBerry may be quietly planning to rock the world with its upcoming BBX handsets, it is still coming out with BB7 devices and the latest to run on this platform is BlackBerry Bold 9790. It is another addition to the Bold series of smartphones from BlackBerry and is powered by a different processor. Though this handset does not have high end features of its flagship yet it does have.
HTC Vivid is the newest member of AT&T’s LTE smartphone, which already has Samsung Galaxy SII and LG Nitro HD. The phone with its massive 4.5 inch display and 1.2GHz dual core processor promises to deliver blazing speed and its competitive pricing ($199.99 on contract) does make it a head turner. Read below our exclusive HTC Vivid review to know what the phone has to offer you. HTC.
The new BlackBerry Curve 9380 is RIM’s first ever BlackBerry curve smartphone with a touch screen. With the release of BlackBerry Curve 9380, RIM has indicated that it is focusing on the touch screen phone market. In the last few months RIM has added touch screen to the Bold and Torch line inform of BlackBerry Bold 9900 and BlackBerry Torch 9860. Now it is time of Curve family to welcome.
Though Windows phone have yet to carve a niche for itself in the market crowded with Android and iOS phones, Microsoft has been partnering with cell phone manufacturers to roll out phones with its OS to give users a great smartphone experience. HTC, a renowned name in the smartphone market has come up with its own smartphone named HTC Titan loaded with Windows Phone OS for users. Much like.
Are you in search of a budget-friendly and feature rich Android phone? If yes, then Samsung Exhibit II 4G can very well be the phone for you. The phone along with its value rich features combines T-Mobile’s both prepaid and postpaid calling plans with no annual contract. The phone combines the power of a 1GHz processor and T-Mobile’s blazing 4G network and gives you a lot of options.