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BLACKBERRY 8520 REVIEW

Posted on 27 February 2010 by mobile-phones

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No-one can fail to notice the impact that the telecommunications market has had on the world in recent years. With radio links available on mobile phones and the possibility of live video feed when doing the likes of a Skype call, it’s all too easy to conclude, as I have, that people are spoilt for choice in this area, and have never found it easier to impress their peers with such a purchase – and we of course have the developed Internet services of today to thank for allowing people to do this from the comfort of their own home.

Just one of many popular modern communications devices is that of the Blackberry 8520. Existing adverts of it state quite clearly that is targeted at the consumer market rather than business professionals. It is a follow-up of the Blackberry Storm – and that featured a touchscreen, a modern kind of multimedia player, and a 3.2 megapixel camera. And the 8520 Curve is not just especially for consumers, it’s cheaper than the Storm.

Blackberry 8520

The Blackberry 8520 differs from the Storm in that it does not use a touchscreen system; but a touch sensitive navigation button, which is located in the centre below the screen. There is no Pearl, something which is a common aspect of Blackberry products. But you can use the optical trackpad to scroll through menus smoothly and with ease; you select items by pressing down on the trackpad. It’s actually more responsive than the Pearl.

If the Blackberry 8520 tries to boast anything, it’s its “super-sleek finish”. The usual Blackberry key remains available – you use it to pull up a content-specific menu (it depends on the application that you are using); but take note of the back key on the right hand side as well. The call answer and end buttons are located on the outer edges – the super-sleek finished comes from these keys being recessed. There is a drawback, however: the outer casing attracts more fingerprints than for any other Blackberry device.

But the keyboard is a pleasure to use. Although small, they are slightly tilted, and raised; it is easy for your fingers to find them.

The Blackberry 8520 is notably light: just 106g; making it the lightest Blackberry model yet. Being slim and perfectly formed, it fits into hands and pockets with great ease.

The Blackberry comes with many exciting software options: such as WiFi (with 3G capabilities) and EDGE, the Multimedia option, and a comprehensive IM folder. And you can view all on a screen that is just 2.6 inches squared in size!

Overview of the Blackberry 8520:

 

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NOKIA E63

Posted on 27 February 2010 by mobile-phones

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Nokia is well-known for launching hi tech mobiles in the cell phone industry and Nokia E63 is just the continuation of that successful tradition.
When it comes to purchasing a good quality mobile phone with smart technical features then Nokia E63 is one of the best options available today. You won’t be disappointed if you buy this cost effective powerful device. The display of this colorful handset has a 2.4-inch wide screen which makes the messages quite readable. The sound quality is great and it is just about the perfect device for you to listen to the text messages and MMS like ‘never before’ quality. The torch light function of this smart phone has become quite popular among the users.

Nokia e63


The cell phone is very lightweight and sleek in pattern with a broad screen which looks very similar to the Blackberry set.
The QWERTY keyboard on the front side makes this very much user-friendly. The Nokia E 63 has a unique feature called Active Standby which enables the user to monitor all the daily activities. The speech bubbles give the new MMS and SMS alerts for the user’s convenience.
Just like other Nokia E series handset this model is also more focused on performance than just being a tool of entertainment. It is perfect for business use and has got the fastest internet connectivity. The Wi-Fi and 3G technology facilitates web browsing, email sending and instant messaging in a most cost effective way. The sophisticated design of this model makes it the most coveted device to the Tech savvies as well as the professionals. With the Nokia E63 you can upload your digital photos from the PC with the help of Multimedia Transfer Protocol support.  Another useful attribute that the set offers is the conference calling facility. You can conduct a meeting over the phone with other business clients and start conferencing without moving from one place to another. The businessmen are largely benefitted due to VoIP services of the set. So in this way they can save their valuable money which they had to spend on long distance calls earlier.
But if you are a music lover then don’t be too disappointed. It has taken care of every necessary application that the mobile users always look for. You can listen to the music with FM radio with MP3 player. On the back side of Nokia E63 there is a 2.0 Mega Pixel camera with auto-focus system and flash for better quality photos under bright sunlight.

 

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NOKIA 1208

Posted on 27 February 2010 by mobile-phones

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If you are planning to buy a new mobile set and that too of a low budget, then go for Nokia 1208. This cheap handset offers you great performance with various useful features. The handset is available in two default colors, red and black. The stylish looking handset is also very lightweight and weighs not more than 77 grams. So it is easy to carry the handset everywhere.

Nokia 1208


With the one touch shortcut keys you can get access to the phone features. Texting messages in this mobile are incredibly easy and quick. This is a very user-friendly and dependable hand set. You can communicate with your contacts through SMS messaging service. You can send same message to multiple people quite easily. It saves up to 60 SMS messages in the message inbox. Hence most of the customers have stated that they are quite satisfied with Nokia 1208. It is very durable too.
Nokia 1208 comes with preloaded 32 voice polyphonic ringtones. You can choose the ringtones according to your mood and style. It offers 2G network. People who don’t like the monochromatic display of their basic phone, can switch to Nokia 1208 as the CSTN display technology presents 65K colors. The text on the mobile screen is very clearly readable.
The handset uses standard battery, Li-Ion 700 mAh. It charges very quickly and takes almost an hour to do it. The battery provides the users 7 hours of talk time or up to 365 hours of stand by time if it is fully charged. It facilitates the users to save the phone power by switching it to power saver mode when it is not in use, so that he can get more talk time. This mobile phone doesn’t include mobile camera, or audio and video recording features as it is a basic phone. So it has become popular among them who want only performance and less complicated applications. The phonebook allows 200 number entries. You can monitor your call records and track the call timings. The Time tracker feature also enables the users to pre set a call duration. When the time is over the call is automatically disconnected. This helps them to control their call expenses according to their budget.
This mobile set is ideal for everyday usages as it provides all the features like alarm clock, countdown timer, stopwatch etc. If you have any important meeting then you can store it as reminder in the mobile set which includes the date, time and all the necessary information of the appointments.

 

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