Thursday, October 29, 2009
Samsung B7300 Omnia Lite just like its name, a more budget-oriented version of the Omnia II. Omnia Lite has found its best way to keep fit, the hardware has became more compact than its previous, but the software and more importantly the functionality are still there with what you would expect from a Samsung smartphone. It is a good new to those who want to have a device that with high-end features and specification but in an accessible and affordable package.What’s inside? The phone, a battery, a charger, a data cable, a stylus, a handsfree, CD-ROM and a user’s guide.
Omnia II, so it is predictable that the screen is a bit smaller. Don’t get the wrong way, the 3 inch display isn’t small by any means, it just isn’t as large as the Omnia II display.
Samsung B7300 Omnia Lite Video Review
Wednesday, October 28, 2009
Acer neoTouch S200 H7 Unboxing Pictures & Review
Let’s take a look at what the package offers us: the neoTouch phone of course, a charger, a battery, a miniUSB cable, a handsfree set, a pouch, a stylus, a user’s guide and a CD manual.
The monstrously wide 3.8”-inch display is one of the hottest selling points of the device. It has a 480x800-pixel WVGA resolution and 56K color compatibility to guarantee you the crispest and most vibrant of images (This is not just a promotional saying, the color does pop!) I am not a fan of the sharp chrome edge. It looks a little too intimidating and rigid for me. However, for a handset with such an enormous screen, it’s impressively thin and fairly sized. You may also check out its chief competitor Toshiba TG01 who is even thinner with a width of 9.9mm, but considerable more sizable.
The 3.5mm jack is a thoughtful thing to have.
The touchscreen is intuitive enough to the fingers but you still have the alternative of Stylus, though you have to be real careful when you pull it out of the silo because it could get stuck. You have the camera button and volume rocker on the right side.
On the left side of the phone lies the power button.
I quite like the simple design of the back of the phone, although some may find the plastic casing looking cheap. You have a 5.0MP autofocus camera with the complimentary of flash. The speaker grill next to it is one hell of a performer.
I like the scrollable menu of the new Windows Mobile 6.5 professional very much. It breaks away from the conventional menu design and gives you a nice twist.
Acer neoTouch is among one of those forerunners to have the Qualcomm® 8250 1 GHz CPU. (Guess what, Toshiba TG01 has it too!) The speed of the handset is incredibly fast. With an internal 512MB ROM and 256MB RAM and an expandable external memory up to 32GB, Acer neoTouch is a blowout triumph!
Accelerator is installed and auto-rotation is enabled. You get a full virtual QWERTY.
neoTouch definitely has its potentials in making it big for Acer. A high-definition screen, great portability, user-friendly with direct link to flickr, YouTube, Facebook, built-in Wifi and GPS support, it has the hippest features that you can ever ask for.
Samsung has taken the crown by the strong presence of its touchscreen device. Their usual weapon is TouchWiz, which brings PocketPCs and feature phones closer together. Now, they are stepping forward on the new zone, TouchWiz for Android with Samsung I7500 Galaxy. It is the first mobile manufactured by Samsung that uses the source Android operating system. Let’s welcome Samsung to the Android party.
What’s inside? The Phone, a Battery, a Charger, a Data Cable, a headset, a pouch, CD and User's Guide.
Galaxy is the slimmest Android phone on the market yet in only 115 x 56 x 11.9 mm. With the 3.2” screen and the hardware buttons below the screen are generously sized.
Galaxy is available in two colors: Onyx Black and White Silver.
You can find an array of function keys (Menu, Call, End, Home and Back) on the panel. What? The tracball is replaced by a directional pad with an OK sign. Actually, trackball is no longer the Android rule since the HTC Tattoo is out. However, I prefer trackball.
The microUSB port, a lanyard eyelet and a standard 3.5mm audio jack are located at the top.
The shutter key, which can be half-pressed to handle autofocus, and a hold key are located on the right of the phone.
And the left side only has the volume rocker.
HTC Tattoo: round-edge, plastic finished. But the Samsung Logo at top reminds you it’s not from HTC.
HTC Hero at meanwhile, who lack of flash in camera and with 512 MB internal memory only. However, its Sense UI is certainly a treat.
Samsung I7500 Galaxy Video Review
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