Nokia 6233

Nokia 6233

As if to solidify their mark in the mobile phone market, Nokia offers us another gem with the Nokia 6233. It's a candy bar type phone with all the right perks for the modern user, including 3G capabilities. A definite budget solution for those looking for 3G functionality but do not want to splurge too much cash on a smart phone.

Being labeled with the 6233 means it may be the worthy successor to the line of Nokia 62 series such as the 6230 and its follow up, the 6230i. Design wise though, the 6233 is more in line with the Nokia models 6020, 6030, 6070 and 6080. This also means that the 6233 is an improvement over those Nokia models we have come to love, and in many aspects it does outperform all those models with its features more or less Read more »

Sony Ericsson T270

Sony Ericsson T270i

Last January 24, 2008 in Delhi, India, the Sony Ericsson merger announced the launch of two new budget phones: The Sony Ericsson T270 and its big brother, the T280. They are a pair of affordable mobile phones with a definite flair for design. The similar looking phones are a pocket sized candy bar featuring a sleek brushed light metal with glass finish and comes in two color combinations; the Silver and Black and the sure to be a hit Copper and Silver combo. The only noticeable difference between the two is the absence of a camera lens at the back of the T270. But before you faint at the idea of a phone not having a camera - be aware first of the target audience of the T270, for it is definitely not a phone not for everyone.

According to Howard Lewis, Vice President and Head of Entry Level Products over at Sony Ericsson: "We have developed two phones that meet the needs of two distinct audiences. The T270 and T280 build on the appeal of Read more »

Samsung L320

Samsung L320

With the L320, Samsung unveils a sleek mobile phone with the female demography in mind. It is part of Samsung's La Fleur collection which also includes the Samsung L310. Its design utilizes the smooth operating clamshell type blueprint with dual screens (OLED and TFT) which exudes femininity and modern metropolitan chic. The OLED display works as an external screen to allow quick viewing of information when the clamshell is closed. Once opened, the internal screen of 1.9 inches with up to 65k colors is revealed in all its 176 x 220 pixel glory. I'm guessing the clamshell body would be a definite hit among the female consumers as they can easily drop their mobile phones inside their purses or handbags among other things, without the need to purchase additional protective shells or silicone cases to keep their phones from getting nicked or scratched.

The L320's small size alone obviously takes its cue from the female Read more »

Motorola W230

Motorola W230

Motorola has recently unveiled a new entry level mobile phone specifically targeted towards the Indian market – the Motorola W230. The W230 is part of Motorola's MotoYuva series, which highlights music capabilities more than anything else. It therefore comes with a pre-installed memory card worth 256 megabytes. It's quite the far stretch from the usual 10 Mb that ships with most mobile phones with more features than this one, which is a pleasant surprise. What's more, it is expandable to up to 2 Gigs that is enough for more or less 500 songs, should one choose to purchase and upgrade.

The model W230 tends to mislead people into thinking this is a Walkman phone though. And not only that, the MotoYuva series name sounds too similar with Read more »

Nokia N70

Nokia N70

For cell phone and non-cell phone aficionados (if there ever was such a thing in this day and age) alike, the Finnish brand Nokia is a name that needs no further introduction. It is one, if not the forerunner in the cellular phone industry for many years now, and it's safe to assume for the next few decades to come.

Nokia has been churning out model after model of gorgeous handsets since its first inception. This is why one can easily get lost in the model number confusion that arises. But among the cell phone bed of roses from Nokia, an elegant thorn arises pricking every one's interest, and the Nokia N70 is one of them.

At first glance, the N70 bears a striking resemblance to the Nokia 6680. This is not a bad thing since the N70 more or less inherited the likable traits of its predecessor and greatly improved on it. Of course, being instantly recognizable and of great importance with its more compact size which gives it a more elegant look, especially with the classy looking stainless steel bezel casing, give it an edge over its Read more »

Sony Ericsson W960

Sony Ericsson W960

Once in a while, we, as consumers, witness partnerships of big name companies that offer us products that either fall short of expectations or thrill and delight us in many ways. Apparently, the cellular phone industry is not excluded from this trend. For most, if not all of us, the names Sony and Ericsson are brands that need no further introduction.

Hard to believe that it was more than a decade ago that I had the fortune of having an Ericsson handset with a one liner monochrome display. Though packed with not a lot of features, even at that time, I appreciated it's tough and masculine feel and clear signal.

Now, of course, Sony is another brand name Read more »

Nokia 8800 Sapphire Arte

Nokia 8800 Sapphire Arte

Can you say functional elegance? That is exactly the personification of Virginia. Virginia is the codename for the stylish brown colored Nokia 8800 Sapphire Arte, the latest addition to the 8xxx series from Nokia. So what makes this mobile phone a step above the rest? Imagine a mobile phone with panels covered with manually embossed goat hides of Eastern India and a body made of metal and glass. The goat hide is covered with a protective layer to guard against regular usage while the body is coated with an anti-fingerprinting material to protect against smudges. And the crown jewel for this masterpiece is actually a real jewel.

The Nokia 8800 Sapphire Arte is enhanced with a genuine sapphire gemstone navigation key that accents the polished steel casing and soft leather giving the user Read more »

Sony Ericsson K660

Sony Ericsson K660

The Internet literally at the palm of your hands! This new offering from Sony Ericsson, the K660, is designed to be a fully functional mobile Web browser that would make Internet surfing as convenient and simple as browsing on your personal computer. In today's web based fast paced lifestyle where everyone is constantly on the go and depend on web based applications for their daily schedules and routines, the K660 provides a viable option as a mobile Web browser. The K660 which was developed using Sony Ericsson's Java Platform 8 (JP-8) and supports Mobile Services Architecture (MSA) JSR 248, touted as the next step to the Java umbrella standard offers the user HDSPA mobile broadband connection experience. HDSPA offers download speeds that are four folds faster than any regular 3G connection.

Sony Ericsson is targeting the Web Generation with the K660 by providing then a rich, satisfying and user friendly web browsing experience. With the growing number of people arranging their lives around web based services, the development of the K660 is truly a step in the right direction of making the mobile phone a more functional and responsive tool for those who manage their lifestyle and social networks over the Read more »

Nokia N82

Nokia N82

The last quarter of 2007 will feature the unveiling in the mobile phone market one of the most exceptional phones to come out from the industry leader Nokia. Available in markets worldwide by the last quarter of 2007, the Nokia N82 which is the latest member of the N-series is guaranteed to bring satisfaction to its user. The N82 which is powered by the Symbian 9.2, S60 release 3.1 operating system is definitely one of the most advanced and feature packed computer mobile phones to come out in the market. This multimedia icon pushes photography, mobile Internet and navigation to new and greater heights. Although on paper it looks as powerful as Read more »

Sony Ericsson W380

Sony Ericsson W380

Don't touch me! Sounds surprising? With continuous research and development, Sony Ericsson continues to improve and push its W-series walkman phones in the market with the introduction of the W380. For the first time in the walkman phone family, the Gesture Control feature will make its debut. The Gesture Control is a motion detector that gives the user the powerful functionality of snoozing the alarm or muting your mobile phone just with the wave of a hand giving the truly "hands free" experience. Aside from this new innovation brought to the market by the W380, Sony Ericsson is also presenting the W380 in a clamshell form factor with two available colors; Magnetic Gray and Electric Purple.

Another hip feature of the W380 is the way the hidden display lights up when you tune in to the radio or when you receive a call. The Sony Ericsson W380 may Read more »

Samsung SGH-F210

Samsung SGH-F210

The slim line of Samsung mobile phones just unveiled the newest member of its clan; the SGH-F210. The F210's slim and slick body design can bring confusion to the average mobile user because it looks more like a music player than a mobile phone. It seems that Samsung is trying to capitalize on the growing mobile music industry by adding features to the F210 that appeals to the hip and chic music lovers. Just below the display screen, a metallic dial pad is installed which acts as the navigational key of the mobile phone that allows the user to scroll available menus with ease. This uniquely small device measures 87.7mm x 30.9mm x 20.4mm and weighs only 72 grams.

The F210, which is extremely light and small measures about 150mm when opened. This spinning design device comes in pink or black color variants Read more »

Nokia 3110 Evolve

Nokia 3110 Evolve
The world of telecommunications most especially the world of the mobile phone is competitive and fast paced with every major player jockeying to be in the top position in the market. It is almost an impossibility to see someone who does not own a mobile phone because it plays such a vital role in our daily lives today. With the stiff competition in the market, every manufacturer is coming out with more features that aim to satisfy the needs and increasing demands of a continuously growing market. Nokia in its trend setting ways brings the competition to a whole new level with the introduction of the Nokia 3110 Evolve which brings with it a very strong message: that ecology can not take Read more »

Sony Ericsson W890

Sony Ericsson W890

W for Walkman! Welcome the newest addition to the Walkman mobile phone product line of Sony Ericsson, the W890. The Walkman which was one of the most popular products from Sony during the early 1990s has made a comeback in the music scene through the efforts of Sony Ericsson when they fused together features of the Walkman and their mobile phones to come up with mobile music.

True to the identity of the Walkman mobile phone series, the W890 promises to deliver unmatched entertainment value with music, games, 3D, fast web access and video. The slick metallic body that comes in Espresso Black, Sparkling Silver and Mocha Brown color schemes adds simple elegance to the w890's stylish CD cover slim profile that measures only 9.9mm and weighs in at a measly 78 grams or 2.7 ounces with the battery inside the compartment. The W890 which possess most of the traits of previous W-series mobile phones prouds itself with some technological upgrades because of the Java Platform 8 (JP-8) from Sony Ericsson which supports Mobile Services Architecture (MSA) JSR248. This platform is being hailed as the umbrella standard of Read more »

Nokia 6110 Navigator

Nokia 6110 Navigator

The use of Nokia mobile phones had been a part of everyone’s life. As one of the in-demand and known mobile phone manufacturers, Nokia caters the need of every consumer when it comes to mobile phone technology by developing the latest mobile phone unit its workforce could think and create. From the ancient analog phones up to the most high-end cellular phone available in the market, Nokia satisfies the community with its user-friendly mobile phone interface just like the announced Nokia 6110 Navigator built for those who always find themselves lost around big cities.

The Nokia 6110 Navigator is very much different from the Nokia 6110 that was used 10 years ago and now jokingly considered as an antique cellular phone by most people. Getting Read more »

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