Recently added to the Chinavasion catalog, AquaPhone is a new smartphone made in China, powered by Google Android 4.0, while featuring waterproof capabilities. You won’t believe how affordable it is, but read on. Read more
There are many technologies that in their making and about to become common. One such technology that is still being used on a very minimal scale is the mobile VoIP. This technology lets you use the VoIP services on your cell phone through the use of special software instead of using it with the VoIP ATA equipment used on regular basis. Let us have a look at the features of LG Optimus 3D. Read more
Guest post by Lauren Taylor
People love to say that nothing in life is free. Apps are a great way to prove that theory wrong. Today’s mobile phones are becoming increasingly sophisticated, from 4G slide Android phone models to the new and improved iPhone 5 due out this fall. This means apps are becoming increasingly sophisticated as well. It won’t be long before almost all apps worth getting are going to cost you a pretty penny. Luckily there are still a variety of Android apps that function perfectly with 4G capability yet are free. The most practical ones I’ve listed below:
The problem with social networks is there’s too many of them. Staying in touch on multiple networks in real time can be difficult especially when you’re managing the task on a single mobile device. TweetDeck allows you to receive alerts from all of your favorite social network devices through one app, and access these sites through the single app as well. It’s perfect for the social network addict. Read more
Guest post written by Lisa Barrett
Dual Core processor phones have been the most exciting topic of conversation in the mobile phone world over the first quarter of 2011. Phones are getting faster and faster, and several new dual core phones will be released in the next few months, including the fantastic Samsung Galaxy S II and the HTC Sensation – but one phone especially will go down in history as it was the first ever dual core smart phone to be released. This phone is of course the LG Optimus 2X, released earlier in April. The phone brought this new technology to our pocket and has sold extremely well since then. Does the dual core actually make much of a difference though and, more importantly, has the mobile phone got enough else to it to challenge the best smart phones on the market? Read more
Guest post written by Andreea R.
Those who expected the event, already know about the hottest news regarding the field of mobile phones, NTT Docomo brand, Japan. On February 24, 2011 NTT Docomo has announced three new titles in terms of gadgets, including Xperia arc OS-01C smartphone, the Japanese version of Sony Ericsson LT15i. Even if the new model in the Xperia series seems to be delicate and fragile, it’s good to know that is powered by the latest version of the Android operating system, Android 2.3. Read more
Guest post written by Andreea R.
Now this is a great news for all the ladies mad about smart chic phones! South Koreans from LG create new trends in the design of smart phones through a collaboration with Keith Haring Foundation. LG Black Optimus is a smartphone that makes its appearance on an Android 2.2 Froyo platform using the latest LG innovation. I’m talking about the NOVA 4 inch display, which is supposed to be the brightest screen in the world. Read more
INQ announced the release of two new handsets focused on social life and applications. One of them is the INQ Cloud Touch with direct access to Facebook via the Visual Media Feed on the homescreen. Videos, images and web pages are at user’s fingertips along with the Spotify music player. Read more
This is a Sponsored post written by me on behalf of LG. All opinions are 100% mine.
LG released the Android 2.2-powered LG Optimus One last year as the company’s latest smartphone that provides access to Google Mobile services. Like any other Android phone, LG Optimus One is a gateway to over 80,000 applications available at the Android Market, which users can browse through and install on the handset at any time. Read more
O2 announced that it will release the Dell Streak handset next month. The device is something between a smartphone and a tablet computer and Dell will launch it exclusively at the O2 telecommunication network. Read more