Me, Myself, and My LG Lollipop Cookie Flip
Nov11

Me, Myself, and My LG Lollipop Cookie Flip

My firsthand experience with LG Lollipop Cookie Flip – pink one. If you love to turn heads and let the eyes chase you all over, this is your kind of phone. LG G580, precisely known as LG Lollipop is truly chic, sweet as lollipop and I call it a Barbie doll phone. It definitely looks best in a girl’s hand, but also young boys look cool with it. I am totally in love with it and its funky colors – blue, pink, black. I love this clamshell phone’s LED lights, which come with multiple patterns. Best part is you can also customize that, like you can write your own name or your lover’s name. Top LED lights either exhibit caller’s number or design patterns. I love its big screen and great clarity of 3 megapixel camera. At times I get calls when I am on the move, which irritate me, I don’t wish to receive them, and also cutting them may drag me into problem. But with this phone my ear gets a relief and without fuss too. I just turn my phone backside up, and it becomes silent. Its battery life is cool. Big keypad and really big screen makes texting experience really easy and fun. It has an extra camera for video calling. That’s cool and futuristic. I love its pre-loaded ringtones and wallpapers. Very few phones come with such a huge variety of cute interactive wallpapers. There are customizable ones too. Since this phone is extremely attention grabbing make sure you are careful about it. Internet connectivity is great too. It easily connects to social networking sites. It’s not a touch screen phone, but equipped with all latest futuristic features. It’s loaded with lot of games. It’s been more than 6 months I am using this phone and I still can’t get my eyes get off it. I am often asked about this phone and people love to check it out themselves. Bluetooth, FM radio, memory card – all are there. You can also edit pictures with graphical elements and special effects. Its battery can be charge by attaching to computer or laptop. This phone is long, but very sleek in breadth an looks damn...

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Do You Still Want to Own BlackBerry Torch 9800 in the Year 2010?
Aug16

Do You Still Want to Own BlackBerry Torch 9800 in the Year 2010?

“Well, yes, why not?” If you are a die-hard fan of BlackBerry and you are on a constant look-out for its new smartphones then undoubtedly BlackBerry Torch 9800 is going to impress you with some long awaited changes. This device goes hand in hand with the word ‘corporate’ still. Read on to know what’s new this time. Admirable Features This new sliding handset feels quite robust with a QWERTY keyboard, and a soft-touch textured finish at the back makes it comfortable for all hands. It is just the right size to fit into your jeans pocket. This device has a 3.2 inch half-VGA, i.e., 480×360 pixel capacitive touch screen which questions its existence in the year 2010 amidst tough competition. The proximity sensor and accelerometer make the display pretty usable. You are offered with 512MB of RAM and 4GB card with a microSD slot for storage up to 32GB. It sports a 5megapixel camera with LED flash. It is capable of only VGA video recording. The pinch-and-zoom feature in the gallery viewer is quite helpful. Battery of this device remains active for more than a day when used moderately. Talking continuously can allow you a battery life of over five hours on a single charge. The BlachBerry Torch 9800 is a quad-band smartphone that supports Bluetooth 2.1, Wi-Fi, GPS, and it will be launched on 3G network of AT&T. Welcoming Features In an attempt to enable the new BlackBerry to reach out to new users other than those from corporate world, RIM together with BlackBerry OS 6 implemented following improvements: Universal Search The name ‘Torch’ aligns perfectly with this easy and fast feature of searching almost anything and everything on this mobile phone. Whether it is emails, music, apps, contacts, etc., this gadget enables you to search literally as you begin typing. You can even set preferences as to what you wish to search more often than not. User Interface RIM has put in a lot of effort in cleaning out the creases in the User Interface. The effect is most evident on the home-screen that has been designed to help you locate the most used functions easily. Enhanced Multimedia and Browsing Experience RIM couldn’t have done a better thing with BlackBerry than providing it with the Webkit based browser which is faster and smoother, and that serves as an assisting tool for the e-mail on this phone. Moreover, Wi-Fi syncing enables you to transmit music from your PC to your phone wirelessly. Social Networking How about knitting all your Twitter, Facebook, instant messaging, and RSS feeds in one spot? That is exactly what the new application – Social...

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Samsung Galaxy S opens a Universe of Options
Aug06

Samsung Galaxy S opens a Universe of Options

Are you tired of spotting an iPhone everywhere and so you want something different for yourself yet as dashing? Guess what, a Samsung Galaxy S in your hands can puzzle even the geeks for the second or third generation iPhone! Samsung managed to launch its new series of devices with all four major US carriers – AT&T’s Captivate, T-Mobile’s Vibrant, the Fascinate for Verizone and Sprint’s Epic 4G. Display It is the 4 inch Super AMOLED display of Galaxy S which has been the talk of the town. It is Samsung’s own technology with 800 x 480 resolution, vivid colors, sharpness, and an alright visibility even in the bright sun. It is a responsive capacitive touch-screen that responds well at a relatively light touch, and has interesting multimedia skills. Hardware Considering the large sized screen, this smartphone is slim and light weight at 9.9mm and 119g. It appears to be very plastic, but the handset is pretty durable and strong. There is a 3.5 mm headphone jack at the top, and four capacitive buttons – Menu, Home, Back, and Search – below the screen. Connectivity The Samsung Galaxy S sports triband 900/19002100 HSDPA/HSUPA along with WiFi b/g/n, Bluetooth 3.0 and a microUSB 2.0. Camera Samsung provides you with two cameras. The front facing camera is of VGA quality for video calls. The other 5mp auto-focus camera is at the back which allows you to record 720p HD video. In the absence of a flash, shooting in poor light becomes difficult even when options for various modes to shoot in are available. Battery and Memory The 1GHz Hummingbird processor has been well paired with 1500mAh battery in Galaxy S. You get an internal storage of 8 GB or 16GB, and a microSD slot (for up to 32 GB cards). With Super AMOLED display you can’t expect super battery life too. On a single charge the battery accompanies you for two days, but it varies with the brightness of the screen. Software and Other Features Samsung Galaxy S is Android 2.1 based, but an underlying Samsung’s TouchWiz 3.0 UI is also pre-loaded. The gesture-based keyboard, Swype needs to be enabled on the handset. This smartphone has Samsung’s Social Hub for Facebook, MySpace and Twitter. It streams video, audio and images, and portrays itself as a media source. In fact it can be used as a remote control too for remote server and play selected files. There is GPS, accelerometer, digital compass, and proximity and light sensors on the Samsung phone. With a horde of features and apps you have a tough choice to make between iPhone4 and Samsung Galaxy S. Once...

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Motorola Droid X – Another Large Screened Smartphone
Jul24

Motorola Droid X – Another Large Screened Smartphone

With so many smartphones flooding the market daily, don’t you get confused over what to buy and how to decide on what is the best? Most of these are packed with glossy features that may or may not suit your requirement. A larger phone screen for easy browsing and text reading is fast becoming the top most priority. Motorola Droid X has been introduced keeping the same view in focus. Display A whopping 4.3 inch WVGA screen that is sharp, vividly colorful and bright enough to display in sunlight is all that you would want in your smartphone. Droid X enables high-definition video play back at 720p on its impressive screen. Verizone has thus bonded with Blockbuster – for movie rentals and NFL – for live game streaming. Hardware Motorola’s phone is just 9.9mm thick which makes it exceedingly thin to slip into your jeans pocket. This phone has a an appealing design with a tough exterior, grand multimedia features, HD video capture, HDMI output, mini USB slot, and it can be used as a mobile hotspot too. It has some hard buttons – Menu, Home, Back, and Search. There are three microphones on this device to provide with significantly high quality audio, and for noise cancellation. You can easily switch between them depending on your recording requirement. Camera At the top of Motorola Droid X is an 8.0mp dual LED flash camera which is 720p HD video enabled and has a shutter speed of 1/1000 per second. The photos and videos are of superior quality. The videos have a considerably better sound quality, and the photos are less grainy. Software The software of this Motorola phone is not as impressive as its virtual keyboard on its huge display which features multi-touch support. The Droid X assists you with your e-mails, streaming music, social updates, FM radio, news, and GPS turn-by-turn directions efficiently. The device supports Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, accelerometer, light sensor, and 3G mobile hotspot tethering (at a monthly cost). Battery and Memory The 1570mAh battery of Droid X facilitates you to use it in three different modes – Performance, Battery Saver, and Smart Mode. On standby the battery gives you company for around 3 days, but it all depends on your selection of mode too. The phone sports 512MB RAM, 24GB storage, and a 16GB microSD card. DNLA You can now interoperate and connect other devices like your home-theatre, Blu-ray player or DNLA ready TV with your Droid X as the phone features DNLA technology for the first time. Motorola Droid X keeps up-to the reputation of its earlier models. Its large display is something that has grabbed...

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