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Sonyericsson Latest mobile (Satio mobile)

Here is the latest Sony Ericsson Satio mobile launch in market with including excellent features this is the latest features of amazing mobile you can easily use it for your business and daily professional use.

It is available in slim design with attractive color this is the best quality of latest handset. Sony Ericsson is the finest company which offers several varieties of mobiles in market.

The latest Sony Ericsson Satio is supports GSM/GPRS/EDGE 850/900/1800/1900 and UMTS/HSDPA 850/900/2100 and it is available in three exciting colors like Bordeaux, black and silver.

It has including many exciting functions such as FM radio with RDS you can easily enjoy lots of songs anytime also its size is 112 x 55 x 13.3 mm, WebKit web browser, 128 MB Phone memory, SanDisk microSD Memory Card Support, 12.1 megapixel camera, 16:9 widescreen, face detection, Gesture control, HD and 3D games, On-screen QWERTY keyboard, S60 5th edition Symbian OS.

It has excellent 12.1 megapixel camera you can easily snapping wonderful pictures also insightful touch focus and Xenon flash. It has also including Bluetooth stereo (A2DP). This is such a great offer of SONY Ericsson mobile you can easily use lots of functions of this excellent handset!


Sony Ericsson W980 Walkman mobile review

It’s no news any more that we’ve been playing with one of the hotties of the season for some time now. Sony Ericsson W980 made a glorious entrance but we’re yet to see about the exit. Set to top the Walkman feature phone lineup, Sony Ericsson W980 Walkman carries along 8 GB worth of storage, a 3 megapixel camera and a built-in accelerometer. The touch-sensitive keys and the latest Sony Ericsson W980 Walkman feature phone interface add to the excitement. Still not interested? Then try to think of another music phone with a built-in FM transmitter

for Sony Ericsson W980 Walkman as time has come for us to part with Sony Ericsson W980 Walkman, we are left with quite positive impressions. The latest Walkman clamshell has a really nice feature-pack and great user interface to back it up.

The camera functionality was the only serious disappointment – the lack of auto focus and the ridiculous camera interface are anything but appropriate for a high-end such as this one.

However the Sony Ericsson W980 Walkman manages to flaunt a number of unique extras that make it stand out. The piano black front, light effects and the FM transmitter are not something to find on every other phone out there. Identity is getting more and more crucial in the overcrowded mobile market. That alone is enough for a well deserved pat on the back for Sony Ericsson W980 Walkman.

The only reason for a cool-off is the lack of information about the expected price of Sony Ericsson W980 Walkman. We can’t help anticipating a rather hefty price tag on the new Walkman flagship. This might just be enough to throw it in the pool with some big sharks and we are not quite sure if the Sony Ericsson W980 Walkman will make it there. We do like it enough though to hope it proves us wrong.

TV mobile Phone

Detailed Product Description
1. Dual sim cards work on the same time
2. Dual Bluetooth 2.0
3. Hand writing & key input
4. Dual speakers
5. TV free
6. Slide design, very cool
7. Dual Cameras, web-cam
8. Simulator games
9. FM Radio
10. Language: English/French/Persian/Arabic/Portugues

Network GSM900 / 1800
SIZE ( L W H ) 121 53 24mm
BATTERY Lithium Batteries 6800mAh
COLOR silver
STANDBY TIME About 240-340 Hours
Talking TIME About 4-5 Hours

1. 3.0 inch screen, 260k QVGA;
2. T-Flash Card Suphporting, 256 TF for free
3. Camera: Factory print 2.0 mega pixes, solomobi test max output is640*480, support video with sound, the time dePended on storage
4. Stereo Loud speaker, 64 chord ring tone
5. MP4, AVI, Support to play in full screen, speed/pause and play AVI film
6. GPRS & WAP connectivity, MMS Transceiver
7. U disk support function to keep the information storage
8. 2800 mAh battery, long standby
9. Bluetooth 2.0
10. Calendar, To do list, Alarm, World Clock, SpotWatch
11. Caller picture, caller Ring Tone, Caller Video
12. E-book
13. Telephone directories: 500 groups of contacts of carte de visit, support MP3 ring, can use downloaded MP3 as SMS rings, 200 SMS, support MMS; Can use downloaded MP3 as SMS rings
14. Games: 2 common games, support to download thousands of games, scores of classic built-in games
15. More information: MP3, MP4, Handsfree, SMS group sending, Voice recorder, WAP, Handwritten input, Radio, Bluetooth, GPRS download, MMS, Memory extended, E-book

Nokia E72

 2G Network GSM 850 / 900 / 1800 / 1900 
 3G Network HSDPA 900 / 1900 / 2100 
   HSDPA 850 / 1900 / 2100 – American version
 2009, June
 Available. Released 2009, October
 Dimensions 114 x 58 x 10 mm, 65 cc 
 128 g
Display Type
 TFT, 16M colors
 Size 320 x 240 pixels, 2.36 inches
   Full QWERTY keyboard
  Five-way scroll key
  Accelerometer sensor for auto rotate and tap-for-time
  Optical trackpad
Sound Alert types
 Vibration; Downloadable polyphonic, monophonic, MP3 ringtones
    3.5 mm audio jack
 Phonebook Practically unlimited entries and fields, Photocall
 Call records Detailed, max 30 days
 Internal 250 MB storage, 128 MB RAM
 Card slot microSD, up to 16GB, hotswap, buy memory
 Class 32, 100 kbps
 Class 32, 296 kbps
 HSDPA, 10.2 Mbps; HSUPA 2 Mbps
 Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g, Nokia VoIP 3.0
 Yes, v2.0 with A2DP
Infrared port
 Yes, v2.0 microUSB
 Primary 5 MP, 2592 x 1944 pixels, autofocus, LED flash
 Video Yes, VGA@15fps
 Secondary VGA videocall camera
 OS Symbian OS 9.3, Series 60 v3.2 UI
 CPU ARM 11 600 MHz processor
 Messaging SMS, MMS, Email, Instant Messaging
 Stereo FM radio with RDS; Visual radio
 Zodium Black, Metal Grey, Topaz Brown
 Yes, with A-GPS support; Nokia Maps 3.0
 Yes, MIDP 2.0
   Digital compass
 WMV/RV/MP4/3GP video player
 MP3/WMA/WAV/RA/AAC/M4A music player
 Document editor (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, PDF)
 Flash Lite v3.0
 Push to talk
  Voice command/dial
 Standard battery, Li-Po 1500 mAh (BP-4L)
 Stand-by Up to 480 h (2G) / 576 h (3G)
 Talk time Up to 12 h 30 min (2G) / 6 h (3G)

Nokia E75

 2G Network GSM 850 / 900 / 1800 / 1900 
 3G Network HSDPA 900 / 1900 / 2100 
   HSDPA 850 / 1900 / 2100 – American version
 2009, February
 Available. Released 2009, April
 Dimensions 111.8 x 50 x 14.4 mm, 69 cc 
 139 g
Display Type
 TFT, 16M colors
 Size 240 x 320 pixels, 2.4 inches
    Full QWERTY keyboard
  Accelerometer sensor for auto-rotate
Sound Alert types
 Vibration; Downloadable polyphonic, MP3 ringtones
    3.5 mm audio jack
 Phonebook Practically unlimited entries and fields, Photocall
 Call records Detailed, max 30 days
 Internal 85 MB
 Card slot microSD, up to 16GB, 4GB included, buy memory
 Class 32
 Class 32, 296 / 177.6 kbits
 HSDPA, 3.6 Mbps
 Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g, UPnP technology
 Yes, v2.0 with A2DP
Infrared port
 Yes, v2.0 microUSB
 Primary 3.2 MP, 2048×1536 pixels, autofocus, LED flash
 Video Yes, VGA
 Secondary VGA videocall camera
 OS Symbian OS, S60 rel. 3.2
 CPU ARM 11 369 MHz processor
 Messaging SMS, MMS, Email
 Stereo FM radio with RDS
 Yes, N-gage + downloadable
 Silver black, Red and Copper yellow
 Yes, with A-GPS support; Nokia Maps
 Yes, MIDP 2.1
    WMV/RV/MP4/3GP video player
  MP3/WMA/WAV/RA/AAC/M4A music player
  Document editor (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, PDF) incl. MS Office 2007 support via free update
  Voice memo
 Standard battery, Li-Ion 1000 mAh (BL-4U)
 Stand-by Up to 280 h (2G) / 264 h (3G)
 Talk time Up to 5 h 20 min (2G) / 4 h 12 min (3G)
 Music play Up to 25 h

LG GD880 Mini : Going minimalist

The LG GD880 Mini is a looker. Quite the way to start really, but the Mini isn’t all about looks. From the hardware design through the high-res screen to the software – everything was crafted by skillful hands. Beauty is function in design – nothing is more complex than it needs to be, but beneath the deceptive simplicity there’s a myriad of functions.

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LG GD880 Mini official photos

The LG GD880, despite its name, is not a small phone, in the sense of some recent minis (*cough*X10mini*cough*). It is darn small next to the LG BL40 New Chocolate, but by no means tiny.

Indeed, Mini also refers to the design concept – there are barely any hardware keys on the device, and the GD880 has one of the cleanest faces in business.

Minimalism does not mean lack of functionality. The scratch-resistant 3.2” display of the impressive WVGA (480×854 pixels) resolution opens the door to HTML5 and Flash capable browsing over a zippy HSPA connection.

Then there’s the multitasking, the social networking, and the multimedia features. Here’s a list of goodies that make the Mini quite big in terms of functionality.

Key features:

  • Quad-band GSM support and dual-band 3G
  • 7.2Mbps HDSPA and 2Mbps HSUPA
  • 3.2″ 256K-color TFT capacitive touchscreen display of WVGA (480×854 pixels) resolution; multi-touch support, scratch resistant surface
  • Latest S-Class UI; Flash and HTML5 support
  • Cool minimalist styling and great build quality
  • 5 megapixel auto focus camera; image stabilization, geo-tagging, face detection, Smile Shot, Beauty and Art shot
  • VGA@15fps video recording
  • Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g with DLNA and built-in GPS receiver with A-GPS support
  • Bluetooth with A2DP and microUSB v2.0 (chagrining)
  • Hot-swappable microSD card slot; up to 32GB cards supported
  • Stereo FM radio with RDS
  • 3.5mm audio jack and Dolby mobile
  • DivX/XviD support
  • Social networking integration (Facebook, Twitter)
  • Accelerometer sensor for automatic screen rotation; proximity sensor
  • Office document viewer
  • Smart dialing

Main disadvantages:

  • Laggy software
  • Display has poor sunlight legibility
  • Flash and HTML5 support not good enough for watching videos
  • Below-par audio quality
  • GPS functionality is left bare, not even Google Maps preinstalled

The LG GD880 Mini runs LG’s S-Class OS, which keeps it outside of the smartphone tussle, but it also gives LG complete freedom to design it – and they’ve spared no effort to draw out each element in great detail, shadows, gloss and all.

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LG GD880 Mini live shots

Make it simple and make it beautiful too – this seems to be the clear objective and LG did well for all we’ve seen so far. But we know you’re keen to see looks translated into performance, so let’s get started.

iPhone gets a white paint job, poses for some photos

The next-generation iPhone has been said to have a white color version for a long time but a faceplate by itself wasn’t enough to convince us of that. But now we get to enjoy the whole thing wearing white clothes.

iPhone 4G
White faceplate for the next-gen iPhone

The upcoming iPhone (a.k.a. iPhone 4G or iPhone HD) made a bunch of public appearances during the last couple of months but we only had the chance to see it in black. Well, a few days back its bare faceplate in white posed for some shots but it’s actually today’s images we were waiting for.

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Apple iPhone 4G a.k.a. iPhone HD in white

Unfortunately, there are no shots from the back, only from the front and the side, but we still have the chance to get a sneak peek. There is one more thing worth mentioning about those new pics of the next-gen iPhone: while the frame looked plastic and kind of cheap on the black versions we’ve seen so far, this time it’s nice and shiny (apparently, made of metal).

iPhone 4G
A metallic frame suits the next-gen iPhone much better

Once again, the phone is off so we don’t get to taka a look at the new iPhone OS 4.0 that should be launched along with the next generation of the iPhone.


Sony Ericsson Elm : Green roots

It’s not like good old-fashioned phones with buttons are going extinct – they are still the money makers. But for handsets such as the Sony Ericsson Elm sneaking into the spotlight is harder than ever – Androids, Symbians, iPhones, smart and not so smart touchscreens are all over the place. Well, one thing’s for sure – a break is welcome once in a while.

Cybershot and Walkman are out of the Sony Ericsson mix, and the doubters are perhaps busy telling you GreenHeart will never be able to rise to the same heights. It’s a completely different market and matching iconic, game-changing phones like the K750 and the W800 is out of the question really. But we’re not here to look back at what used to be. It’s a market were rules are set by touch-screen phones and handsets like the Sony Ericsson Elm do deserve credit for trying to find their own spot under the sun.

The Sony Ericsson Elm and its slider sibling Hazel are flying the green flag to lead the company’s evolving feature phone lineup. We caught a glimpse of both already but let’s now invite Sony Ericsson Elm over again and take a closer look.

The Elm is taking over from recent Sony Ericsson feature phones that knew they needed all the high-tech specs to stay competitive. The Sony Ericsson Elm doesn’t compromise performance to stay within budget.

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Sony Ericsson Elm official photos

It has all the premium features you may get these days – 3G connectivity with light-speed data, Wi-Fi with DLNA support, GPS receiver and microSD memory expansion. Just like its GreenHeart forerunner – the C901 – the Elm is easily one of the top 5-megapixel cameraphones out there. The upgrade to VGA video @ 30 fps shows even more hidden power.

Here is the full spec sheet with all deal breakers we’ve managed to spot.

Key features

  • 2.2″ 256K-color TFT screen, 240 x 320 pixels
  • Quad-band GSM support
  • Dual-band 3G with 7.2Mbps HSDPA, 2Mbps HSUPA
  • 5 megapixel autofocus camera with LED flash; geotagging, face detection; VGA@30fps video recording
  • Built-in GPS receiver with A-GPS; Trial version of Wisepilot navigation software
  • Wi-Fi with DLNA
  • FM radio with RDS
  • Stereo Bluetooth 2.1
  • microSD card slot, 280 MB internal memory
  • Eco-friendly package and materials
  • Social networking integration, widget enhanced interface
  • NetFront v3.5 web browser with full Flash support
  • Splash-resistant body
  • Noise cancellation
  • Excellent audio quality

Main disadvantages

  • No standard USB port
  • No bundled data cable or memory card
  • No 3.5mm audio jack
  • Kinda short Wi-Fi receiver range
  • No DivX/XviD video support
  • No document viewer
  • No xenon flash
  • No camera lens cover
  • Feeble loudspeaker
  • Expensive navigation after the trial period expires

The shortcomings are too specific and most of the intended users won’t miss anything badly. The advanced social networking integration will perhaps make up for some of those. The solid battery life, splash-resistant and ergonomically curved body do add to Elm’s appeal too.

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Sony Ericsson Elm at ours

Sony Ericsson XPERIA X10: Larger than life

Sony Ericsson have been working on the X10 for quite a long time, taking the utmost care to make sure its software offers the best user experience possible. They wanted their first droid to be perfect and perfection requires time. That’s right – the XPERIA X10 is the first Android to roll off the Sony Ericsson assembly line, hard as it might be to believe. But it certainly is not the kind of the phone to quietly disappear in the crowd of first-generation droids.

Androids just keep coming and a look at our front page will tell you any newcomer will need big ideas to make a splash. The popularity of Google’s mobile OS is reaching unprecedented levels and the handsets adopting Android grow in number every day. And while Microsoft will try to unify their Windows Phone 7 and limit customization, Google favor the opposite approach.

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Sony Ericsson XPERIA X10 official photos

Sony Ericsson immediately took on board the possibilities offered by customization and really ran with it. Their blue-themed interpretation breathes new life into the familiar Android OS and tries to give the user a whole new experience. But they didn’t stop there. The unique Timescape and Mediascape interfaces are supposed to give the XPERIA X10 a much-needed edge in the high-end class. Trying to compete with the HTC Sense is a tough job, but Sony Ericsson have managed to offer something completely different – giving media and communications a central place in their UI.

XPERIA X10 comes with top-notch hardware to meet its software demands. Here is the impressive specs sheet along with some potential drawbacks.

Key features

  • Quad-band GSM and tri-band 3G support
  • 10.2 Mbps HSDPA and 2 Mbps HSUPA support
  • 4″ capacitive touchscreen of WVGA (480 x 854 pixel) resolution and scratch-resistant surface
  • 16M-color ready (65K effective colors under Android OS v1.6)
  • Android OS v1.6 with complete Sony Ericsson UI customization
  • Timescape and Mediascape UI
  • Excellent social networking integration
  • Excellent build quality
  • Qualcomm QSD8250 Snapdragon 1 GHz CPU, OpenGL ES 2.0 support; 384 MB of RAM
  • 8 MP autofocus camera with LED flash, touch focus, image stabilization, geotagging, face and smile detection
  • WVGA (800 x 480 pixels) video recording @ 30fps
  • Wi-Fi and GPS with A-GPS
  • 1GB storage, microSD slot, bundled with an 8GB card
  • Accelerometer and proximity sensor
  • Standard 3.5 mm audio jack
  • microUSB port (charging) and stereo Bluetooth v2.1
  • Document viewer
  • Li-Po 1500 mAh (BST-41) battery
  • Great audio quality

Main disadvantages

  • No DivX and XviD video playback
  • No smart dialing
  • Limited storage available to the user on the system partition (you are left with only 512 MB for installing apps)
  • No secondary video-call camera (or videocalling whatsoever)
  • No free GPS navigation solution
  • No Flash support for the web browser
  • No FM radio
  • An extra xenon flash would’ve made the very good camera perfect
  • Feeble loudspeaker

Most of the XPERIA weaknesses are hardly deal breakers and most people could live with them. Sony Ericsson have done enough though to reassure everyone that the XPERIA X10 will be on a par with its Android rivals at the time of release. Don’t underestimate the amount of hard work put into the X10 during the long manufacturing process. The delay was definitely worth it.

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Sony Ericsson XPERIA X10 at ours

Sony Ericsson have also promised that Android 2.1 will at some point be available for the XPERIA X10 enabling the full use of the 16M color-ready display. Despite the capacitive technology, the X10 display won’t be getting multi-touch support even with the latest OS. As it turns out, there are hardware obstacles to enabling multi-touch, so Android 2.1 can’t help here.