Thursday, November 04, 2010
The trendy and elegant design of Nokia C7 may already make you love it at first sight. Made of polished stainless steel all over the body and glass on the touch screen, C7 ignores the growing popularity of Apple and Android, but going on to use the Symbian operating system.
Unboxing items include a Nokia C7 phone, a battery, a charger, a data cable, a handsfree and a user's guide.
Nokia C7 has a 3.5" 16M-color AMOLED capacitive full-touch screen which is made of glass and with three customizable home screens. Under the rewritten Symbian^3 OS and preloaded Ovi 2.0, users can enjoy quite a number of apps.
An all-black design is found on the rear, with the camera and flashlights there.
A 8 megapixel fixed-focus camera with dual-LED flash is found on C7. It also supports HD video recording at 720p @ 25fps, geotagging and face detection. The excellent camera just makes your life easier as you don’t need to carry another cam out.
At the top there is the Power key, audio jack and the data cable port.
The volume rocker, Lock key and Camera key is on the same side left of the phone.
Three buttons are below the screen, providing easier and more convenient handling of the phone.
A video call camera is found above the screen at the front, bringing you and your friends closer.
Overall, Nokia C7’s hardware is pretty good with a large high-quality touch screen and a powerful camera. But at the same time, the Symbian^3 OS may not sound nice to everybody as the choices of apps and several functions are not as good as its competitors.
Wednesday, November 03, 2010
With an emphasis of “Touch Meets Messaging”, Samsung B3410 is dedicated to give users as much convenience as it can in both ways. Therefore, it has a good-quality touch screen as well as a slide-out QWERTY keyboard in a compact design.
You’ll see a Samsung B3410 phone, a battery, a charger, a handsfree and a user's guide.
Samsung B3410 has a dimension of 102.3 x 52.4 x 15.9 mm with 2 front colours (black and white).
And 3 colours are available for the slider-keyboard. The all-black one may sound cool to male users, while the white-pink and white-blue may be appealing to female users or youngsters.
B3410 has a 2.6-inch 240x320 pixel TFT touch screen. Although it sounds a bit small, the phone is operated under Samsung TouchWiz system that gives you finger-friendly use of the screen.
There is a 2MP camera at the back of the phone. It also support video recording.
The audio jack can be found at the top of the phone. And other function buttons like the volume rocker are at the side edges.
The slide-out keyboard that B3410 has is a full QWERTY, providing an easy and responsive messaging experience.
Samsung B3410 is a good try for combining touch and QWERTY into one. But most of its specifications are at entry-level that may not sound good enough for advanced users.
Monday, November 01, 2010
As one of the signature models of Blackberry, Curve 9300 3G emphasizes most in texting with its full QWERTY keyboard. Not to mention the smooth typing experience the keyboard gives you, the trackpad provides you responsive surfing for your targets. Under Blackberry 6 OS, it is definitely a good business helper for you.
When you open the box you’ll see a Blackberry Curve 3G 9300 phone, a battery, a charger, a handsfree, a data cable, a CD-ROM and a user's guide.
Having a stylish black design, Curve 9300 3G has a dimension of 109 x 60 x 13.9 mm. This may not sound very appealing to female users. And it has a 2.4-inch 320x240 pixel TFT screen (non-touched), an optical trackpad and the full QWERTY keyboard.
The full four-lined QWERTY keyboard is definitely an advantage while texting. It gives you an easy and comfortable typing experience.
At the back there is a large piece of anti-slip plastic in the middle. Again, this gives the phone a more masculine feel.
The signature Blackberry logo and the model logo ‘Curve’ are at the upper part on the rear. Near the ‘Curve’ logo there is the 2MP camera, just a little handy function in case you don’t have a camera in hand.
The audio jack and the cable slot are at the right side of the phone.
A series of music buttons are placed at the top of the phone. Obviously, music is another emphasis of Curve.
Blackberry Curve 9300 3G is a good business helper, with the full QWERTY keyboard that is super convenient in messaging. However, the display size is a little bit small and the camera has only 2MP, which is quite disappointing.
Sunday, October 31, 2010
HTC marks another milestone by releasing the Desire HD. As a powerful upgrade of its predecessor, it is pre-loaded with the Android 2.2 operating system that gives you the most updated and user-friendly operation. An ultra-large 4.3-inch touchscreen and a 8MP camera are also featured.
Unboxing items include a HTC Desire HD phone, a battery, a charger, a handsfree, a data cable, a CD-ROM and a user's guide.
Desire HD has a dimension of 123 x 68 x 11.8 mm, a bit big for female users. But yet it’s flat. So it is still smooth and easy when operating with the 4.3-inch 480 x 800 pixels touchscreen.
The rear has a cool dark design with some anti-slip plastic. The camera is at the middle top.
The SIM card and micro-SD card are inserted into the card slots placed at the rear.
The camera Desire HD has is a 8MP one with flashlight and supports 720P HD video recording and HDMI output.
The four buttons are changed to touch-sensitive and are placed under the touchscreen.
At the very bottom of the phone there is the audio jack and the data cable.
Generally speaking, HTC Desire HD is a powerful mobile phone which has a good-quality large touchscreen, the most updated Android OS and high-end camera, making it not just a competitive mobile handset but also a quality handy camera.
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