Wednesday, March 21, 2012

Nokia T7-00 Smartphone gets through FCC

Once spotted in China the Nokia T7-00 has finally hit the FCC and got through it, at a glance the device is really trimmed-down version of Nokia’s flagship Smartphone Nokia N8. but when you make close look at the device you can see that rear camera has been dropped to 8MP from 12.
According to FCC documents the device is 1700MHz WCDMA band, a.k.a. AWS, the device was first surfaced back in March and a few days later, Images of the Smartphone spotted online and was enough to get much idea about the device.

The Nokia T7-00 looks almost exactly like the N8 – except that the protruding camera module has been replaced by an 8MP (probably fixed-focus) unit that sits flush against the aluminum unibody. The HDMI port is gone too and the CPU supposedly ran at 700MHz (instead of 680MHz as the N8).
The FCC document shows both the the 850/1900MHz GSM bands and the 850/1700/1900 WCDMA bands . The label at the bottom of the device says TD-SCDMA/GSM, just like the Chinese model we’ve seen in the spy shots.
Anyway, anything is not pretty sure about the device and confusing with model and design, Anyway let’s wait a little to see things be clear.


Pay As You Go Phones and Contract Phones - The Choice is in Your Hands

The age of civilization has glided into a technologically advanced stage, where gadgets and machines are your best friends. Speaking of best friends which are known to be a byproduct of technology "mobile phones" seemingly are top on our priority list. These tiny and wonderful devices have enhanced our communication approach and one can reap maximum benefits from its technology. The mobile community has woken up to the power of these communication devices and appreciated its magnificence. Mobile phone users also have to make a choice regarding their mobile services prior to the activation of their phone. The choice which they have to make is between pay-as-go-phones and contract phones. The user is sometimes in a dilemma to take the right decision while choosing for a specific deal.

The pay-as-you-go phone deal is well suited for college going students, teenagers, travellers and elderly as those availing its services can resort to limited talking and they can keep a tab on their mobile expenses. These phone deals are ideal for those who have limited finances and cannot afford to spend their hard-earned money on their mobile usage. The user of this deal would have to recharge their phone once their calling balance has been exhausted. The user can make a preference over a specific service provider and avail its services for as long he/she desires. However, the user of this plan has the disadvantage of not being able to make or receive calls beyond their balance. At times, a low balance demands that the user makes a short conversation which would not be desirable to the caller. Short conversations or incomplete conversations takes away the fun from the whole idea of having a mobile phone. Mobile phones are saviour in times of emergency conditions, but the inability to make calls due to nil balance is a disappointing affair.

To override this situation, the concept of contract phones is fast gaining momentum and popularity. These phone deals are designed for those who use their mobile phones extravagantly and have a high call percentage. It is ideal for businessmen and people who maintain a high-profile. The contract phone deal will enable the user to talk without any interruption. The deal requires an individual to sign a contract for usage of their handset. The duration of the contract can vary form 12 months to 18 months. It is the most preferred choice for those individuals who want to avail a specific mobile service for a long time. The user will be expected to pay a small amount to avail the services of a particular network operator. In addition to this the phone deal offers attractive incentives such as free text messages, free talktime, free gifts such as i pod and laptop. and subsidised call rates. According to the contract the user has to pay a specified amount for a period of time. The user with the availability of this deal can also upgrade his/her handset with the latest mobile technology. The user under this phone deal can sign up a contract with some of the esteemed service providers such as T-Mobile, Sony Ericsson, Motorola and Samsung. These phone deal are well supported by Samsung, Motorola and Nokia mobile phones. The user, once he/she is satisfied with the benefits and conditions offered by a specific network provider can select it to avail its services. Nowadays some of the latest and most desirable mobile phones are also available with this deal. By and large, the phone deal will give the user the privilege of uninterrupted communication and alluring benefits.
BCMPD offers Contract Phones and Pay as you go phones with Nokia Mobile Phones on UK mobile phone networks contract.

Article Source:

Sim Free Phones: Communication Renewed

Handsets are of so many kinds but it depends on personal choice which phone a person will choose. Purchasing a mobile handset is not the toughest part but paying for the cell phone statements might be for some people. That is why it is always encouraged by the network providers that people should opt for deals. Even within deals there are some offers that are better than others. SIM Free Phones are known to be better than many other schemes.

Advantages to this scheme are numerous which will finally lead you to get reduced bills. The advantages are as follows. The SIM Free Phones are available in all the handsets. You name it and you will get it. This plan is very freely obtainable with all the network companies in the United Kingdom. All the renowned companies have this scheme. After opting for the deal you will have complete liberty to either stay with the service provider or change the service provider. This freedom to change networks is a complete enjoyment as some others schemes do not allow it. The liberty of changing networks gives the user an idea of all the network companies and even a better idea about their working. The list of advantages will just go on and on, this is how extraordinary this offer is.

Internet has increased the scope for doing so many things which otherwise would be restricted. There are instances when you feel like doing nothing at all but it is absolutely essential for you to buy a mobile deal as your bills are shooting of the roof. Then you need not worry because even if you are not willing to go to the company you can just log on to the various web sites for this deal and order it from there. SIM Free Phones are very easily available for the people unlike some other plans which are very hard to find.

Saturday, March 17, 2012

Samsung Galaxy S3 May Look Like This

This could be the best Galaxy S3 leak to-date or simply a fake, but either way here’s the photo that’s claimed to be of Samsung’s upcoming flagship smartphone!

Does it look like the real thing to you?
A tipster send this image to the guys over at PhoneArena, and it’s said to be a press shot of the “final design” of the S3 handset.
There are a few things to note with this supposed snapshot of the next Galaxy S premium handset, including the fact there are no physical keys on the phone. Unlike on the original Galaxy S and the SII, there is no rectangular Home key on this device – although this doesn’t necessarily means it’s not real. Perhaps Samsung has decided to alter the design of its successor Galaxy S smartphone. After all, the upcoming iPhone 5 is expected to boast a different design to its predecessors.
If this is the S3 model, the screen certainly looks bigger, which fits with expectations. However, one thing that doesn’t is the photo of the display itself – the font doesn’t look quite right, it’s suspicious that the date is 22 March as this is when an announcement could be made, and the notifications section is a bit on the blurry side.
The rumours are coming thick and fast now, as we all eagerly await the official unveiling. Only yesterday, we heard from Russian tech blogger Eldar Murtazin that the S3 is coming with a ceramic finish, as well as reports of the next Galaxy S phone being waterproof.
All we do know is the Samsung Galaxy S3 is bound to be worth the wait and all the speculation.
Don’t forget to let us know your thoughts on whether you think this picture is of the Galaxy S3!

HTC One X & S Phones 4U pre-order with freebie

Under: HTC
Date: March 16th, 2012
Two of the most anticipated upcoming smartphones are the HTC One X and the HTC One S. Both have been making big waves in the smartphone world, particularly the HTC One X with its quad-core processor action. Today we have news that you can now pre-order the HTC One X or S through Phones 4U and those that do will get a freebie, always a nice bonus.

Customers who pre-order either of these Android smartphones with Phones 4u will also receive a free HTC Media Link HD, normally worth £79.99. This useful device allows users to share their favourite content from their handsets, streaming it to an HDMI-equipped TV by plugging it into any HDMI port.
Because the Media Link HD also features Dual-Screening technology, at the same time as you’re streaming media to your TV you can still use thephone display for other things, such as emailing, Internet browsing and more. The HTC Media Link HD is also portable as it’s small and compact so to get one free one free of charge with pre-orders for the HTC One X or One S seems like a pretty good deal to us.
HTC One series phones run on the Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich operating system (the very latest) along with HTC Sense 4 and also feature Beats by Dr. Dre Audio. Phones 4u Chief Commercial Officer Scott Hooton said, “Not only does the HTC One series range bolster our existing range of high-end HTC smartphones, it offers our customers superior sound and image quality in the form of the HTC One X and HTC One S.”
The flagship HTC One X is a quad-core beast with 1.5GHZ quad-core chip, huge 4.7-inch display with resolution of 1280×720, an 8-megapixel rear camera, 1GB of RAM, 32GB of internal storage and also courtesy of Dropbox 25GB of Cloud storage. The HTC One S has a 1.5GHz dual-core processor, 4.3-inch AMOLED touchscreen, 8-megapixel camera, 1GB of RAM and internal storage of 16GB with another 25GB of Cloud storage from Dropbox.
The HTC One X will be available at Phones 4u stores and online from April 5. It will be free with a contract from £36 monthly while the HTC One S will also be free with a contract costing from £31 per month. A choice of networks is available for both. You can pre-order now from the Phones 4u website where you can also see hands on reviews of both. For the HTC One X headhere or for the HTC One S head here.
In case you want to find out more about how the HTC Media Link HD works we’ve embedded a video below this story to help you out. Are you waiting for either of these phones and if so will you be taking advantage of the freebie offer from Phones 4u?

Friday, March 16, 2012

Sony Xperia Sola brings floating touch navigation

Forget touch screens. You don’t even need to caress the screen of Sony’s “magical” smartphone to interact with it -- just hover your finger over the screen to navigate through the menus.