Tag Archives: smartphone

Aircell annnounces world’s first ‘airborne smartphone’

25 Mar

No, you won’t be able to use it on your next flight, but if you’re lucky enough to have your own business jet, you will soon be able to get Aircell’s new Android-based smartphone designed for aircraft use. While the company’s staying fairly mum on specifics at the moment, these electronic gadgets are said to pack a 3.8-inch capacitive display, and it’s designed to be backwards-compatible with all Aircell Axxess communications systems currently in production, as well as its forthcoming Gogo Biz Voice service. No word on pricing just yet, but Aircell is promising to reveal that sometime before the phone launches in “late 2011.” Head on past the break for the full press release.

Source from Engadget

HTC EVO 3D Announced

24 Mar

HTC has announced the HTC EVO 3D. The new EVO uses a glasses-free 3D effect to make images pop out of the screen. The 3D screen measures 4.3 inches and is in a QHD resolution of 540 x 960 pixels. It also uses capacitive touch.

The new smartphone uses a 1.2GHz dual-core processor. It has 1GB of internal storage and 1GB of RAM. The storage can be increased by microSD. These electronic gadgets have three cameras with a smaller front facing camera that can capture at 1.3 megapixels and two 5 megapixel cameras on the back. When capturing in 3D it captures at 2 megapixels, while in 2D it can capture at 5 megapixels.

The specs show that the EVO 3D has its fair share of sensors and includes a gyro, accelerometer, compass, proximity and ambient light sensor, each being used for various things such as sensing motion, to sensing when the phone is making a call to blank the screen.

For connectivity, it connects with 3G up to speeds of 14.4Mbps for download and 5.76Mbps for upload. Wireless is also included and allows the smartphone to connect up to 802.11b/g/n networks.

When launched, it will run the Android 2.3 Gingerbread operating system. Unfortunately, there’s no details on pricing or release dates just yet although we expect to see the new devices within the next few months at the latest.


Source from gadgetvenue

Motorola recognizes, investigates Atrix 4G voice quality issues

24 Mar

Experiencing voice quality woes with your otherwise delightful Atrix 4G tech gadgets? You aren’t alone, buster. In fact, the issue has become so prevalent and widespread that Motorola itself has taken notice, with one of its forum managers creating a sticky to confirm that the company is looking into things. As of now, there’s no clear indication of why the problem is emerging, but the positive news is that you aren’t actually losing your hearing — it’s a legitimate quandary, and if you’d care to help Motorola fix it, you can visit that source link to tell your story. Till then, we hear local phone providers are offering unbeatable deals on landline connections.


Source from Engadget

HTC Thunderbolt Reviews

24 Mar

The HTC Thunderbolt is a fabulous phone that is famed for its superb look and working capabilities. The first thing that we notice in this phone is, it’s not a GSM phone and works only in 2G and 3G networks. It has a dimension of 122 x 66 x 13 mm and it is only 164 grams in weight. Thunderbolt tech gadgets have an outstanding 4.3 inch TFT touch screen display. The phone runs on Android v2.2 operating system. This dazzling device features two cameras with the primary camera being an eight mega pixel camera with dual-LED flash and auto focus and the secondary camera is 1.3 mega pixels. HTC Thunderbolt is truly a wonderful phone.

Nokia C2-01 Reviews

23 Mar

The Nokia C2-01 is an inexpensive 3G phone with fast data services. It uses the Series 40 operating system and comes with Ovi Life Tools service. It has a 2 inch 320 x 240 pixels screen, an ITU-T keypad and a five-way Navi key. It has a 3.2 megapixel camera with extended depth of focus, up to 4x digital zoom and a variable self-timer. There is a media player and an FM radio with RDS. The best electronic gadgets Nokia C2-01 are made in Black and Warm Silver and have numerous games included. This Quad band phone has a battery which allows up to 8 h 45 mins of talktime or 430 hours on standby.

Sprint Announces the HTC EVO 3D; Dual-Core 1.2 Ghz CPU and 4.3″ Glasses-free 3D display

23 Mar

Just yesterday, AT&T announced that they’d be snatching up LG’s Optimus 3D and bringin’ it stateside as the “Thrill 4G” — and today at CTIA, Sprint’s following up with the announcement of the second 3D smartphone in the US, the EVO 3D.

Even if 3D isn’t your thing, though, the specs on these electronic gadgets definitely make it worth lookin’ at. Follow us behind the jump for the details.

Here’s what we know:

Android 2.3 (Gingerbread) with HTC Sense
Dual-Core 1.2 GHZ CPU
4.3 inch, glasses-free 3D display running at 960×540
Not one, not two, but three cameras: two 5 megapixel cameras on the back (for 3D stereoscopic images), and a 1.3 megapixel camera on the front
Weight: 6.0 oz
Sprint 4G support
Wireless Hotspot service can support up to 8 devices simultaneously

AT&T Gets Two New Toys: The HTC HD7S and the LG Thrill 4

23 Mar

Look at these two new tech gadgets, as follows:


You know the T-Mobile HTC HD7? Take it (and its 1 GHZ CPU, 5 megapixel camera, 4.3″ display, and Windows-Phone-7-poweredness) and bump the screen up to a super LCD. Oh, and add a fancy S at the end. That’s the HD7S.

LG Thrill 4G:

Finally! A glasses-free 3D smartphone comes to the US! Everyone was waiting for that, right? .. right? Anyone?

Ah well — Love it or Hate it, the 3D smartphone train is a comin’, and it looks like AT&T’s going to be first off the block. It’s got a dual 5-megapixel camera setup for 3D stereoscopic photos, a dual-core 1GHZ CPU, 16 gigs of internal storage (plus 8 GB included out of the box on microSD), and HDMI out. It’s runnin Android 2.2

Alas, AT&T makes no mention of price nor specific dating for either handset, outside of saying the HD7S will launch (in the coming weeks.)

AT&T Releases First US 3D Smartphone: LG Thrill 4G

23 Mar

AT&T is really trying to up the ante this week. The company already made news on Monday with its $39 billion acquisition of T-Mobile; now it’s earning bragging rights as the first US provider to offer a 3D smartphone.

The carrier says that its LG Thrill 4G will be out in the “coming months” and will feature a dual five-megapixel camera capable of shooting both 3D photos and high-definition 720p video. Also available to LG Thrill owners is a library of 3D content in the form of photos, video clips, and games by way of the “LG 3D Space.” Other specs of these electronic gadgets include a 4.3-inch display, dual-core 1GHz processor, 16GB of flash memory, and HDMI output. Based on what we know so far, it sounds like the LG Thrill is a version of LG’s Optimus 3D, which is set to roll out in Europe sometime during the second quarter.

No word yet on how much the phone will cost, but I suspect it won’t be cheap. I’m curious to see how the 3D technology affects the phone’s battery life (a problem already plaguing the Nindendo 3DS), or if owners will be walking around with motion sickness, headaches, and blurry vision.


Source from Engadget

Sony Ericsson P1 Reviews

22 Mar

Here, we are trying to give you full gadget reviews of the Sony Ericsson P1 .

Sony Ericsson P1is the high technology multimedia phone released in May, 2007 by Sony Ericsson Company, which has a QWERTY key pad, 3.2 mega pixel cameras with a video recording, and 2.6 inch TFT LCD touch screen display with 256k colors. It supports 3G up to 384 kb per second and Wi-Fi. Also, these electronic gadgets have Bluetooth, Infrared port, USB and so on. It has 160 MB internal memory. 128 MB RAM with 256 MB ROM and 4 GB memory stick and 512 MB included. It supports HTML browser, Symbian OS version 9.1 and JAVA MIDP 2.0, a media player, games, FM radio, SMS, MMS, Email and so on.

Sony Ericsson W830 Reviews

16 Mar

If you are looking for a phone that is both durable and comes with some interesting feature then this one would be the best option for you. Sony Ericsson W830 comes with a TFT display, an internal memory of 16 MB, GPRS, EDGE, Bluetooth v 2.0 and USB connectivity. This is not the end of the list, as these cool electronic gadgets also feature messaging service like Email, MMS, and SMS, stereo FM along wit RDS, and JAVA as well. Well, you cannot miss out the Walkman 2.0 player if you love listening to music. The slider design provides a stylish look to this phone. All these features are aimed at satisfying the demands of the young audience.