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NOKIA E7 Review

NOKIA E7 Review

We do know that Nokia is always pioneer of the mobile arena in that aspect it’s doing research and development on devices .windows Phone 7 is going to be a mainstay on Nokia smart phones in the future, but that doesn’t mean their Symbian contributions do not lack a punch, since the E7 does feature a Clear Black Display which coalesces an AMOLED screen with a polarized filter for improved contrast, as well as 3G HSDPA speed support on both T-Mobile and AT. It has been a long time since we arranged hands on a device that felt so reassuringly solid. Although slightly indicative of the N8, the E7 is cleaner, with fewer buttons and ports littering the sides, giving it a much more refined look. Yes, this is a phone you can parade.
The front is subjugated by the 4 inch AMOLED capacitive touch screen with just a single key beneath it, to serve as a waking up, menu and back button. Sliding the screen reveals one of the most spacious QWERTY keyboards seen in recent times. On the back is an 8.0-megapixel camera, but alas, no auto focus, but with an aptitude to shoot HD video. The entrails of the device are impressive too — a 680 MHz processor, which is the fastest seen on an E series device, every connectivity selection you can think of (HDMI, USB on The Go, as well as Bluetooth, Wi-Fi , 3G and the like), & 16 GB of non-expandable storage space.
While Symbian ^3 does execute estimably as evaluated to its precursors, it has none of the intuitiveness and speediness that one has come to expect from Android and iOS. The touch screen is wonderfully responsive and a pleasure to use but the widgets on the three (just three!) customisable home screens still behave randomly, refusing to update at times. You need an Ovi Account to admittance your Twitter and Face book We can also see mails in our Gmail account taking significantly longer to arrive on the E7 as compared to the iPhone 3GS and BlackBerry Bold 9700 — incredible never seen on an E series device. Round that off with strangeness like a firmware update that wipes out your contacts and you can see why Symbian^3 is the Achilles Heel of the E7.
E7 has a terrific QWERTY keyboard, great display, good calling value, and most impressive, a battery that lasts contentedly more than a day. These are offset by a mediocre OS and a camera that is frankly awesome.

HTC Flyer Review

HTC Flyer Review

HTC Corporation previously High Tech Computer Corporation is a Taiwanese manufacturer of smart phones .The Company initially made smart phones based mostly on Microsoft’s windows operating system (OS) software, but in 2009 it began to shift its centre focus away from Windows Mobile devices to devices based on Android OS, and in 2010 to Windows phone OS as well.

HTC is also a member of the open handset alliance a group of handset producers and mobile network operators. The seven-inch touch screen tablet is power-driven with HTC sense; a graphical user interface and it coalesce natural touch and pen communication. Best Buy has slashed off a couple hundred more, now offering the 16GB version of the Android slate for a mere $99.99, Have you ever believed a thunderstorm in your hand? When checking the weather – feel the sun’s rays or wipe away the droplets of water. Wealthier Internet experience. Surf the web in style with multi-window browsing and a quick lookup tool that rapidly takes you to Wikipedia, YouTube or the dictionary when something smacks your inquisitiveness.

The Htc Flyer is small-more the size of an iPod. The screen is seven inches across. It’s also light, weighing in at only 530 grams, lighter than all of the other new tablets devices. The size of the Flyer and its seven-inch display seems just right. But this is an issue of taste. Take great shots or videos with the 5MP camera and HD camcorder on the HTC Flyer. You won’t have any difficulty finding your target on the extra sized 7-inch viewfinder. The Flyer has a finicky brushed-steel body and it shrink at the edge, which makes the device seem even smaller. The Tab, by contrast, has squared off edges. HTC has assembled with a special tablet version of its Sense UI on top of Android’s Gingerbread (2.4) OS. It twists the rather flat-looking Gingerbread interface into a 3D environment with a lot of lobby group.

Flyer focuses on special aspects’,   For example; the weather app shows a beautiful shot of clouds floating by. When scrolling through titles in the Books app, it looks like you’re spinning a virtual cube with books on each surface. Enjoy full annals of Hollywood blockbusters at your fingertips with HTC Watch. Just make your assortment and start watching the show seconds into the download. You can also use the stylus to make interpretation on web pages or in e-books, and share them with your friends. appealing cool option to the users ,apart from these all HTC flyer has 3G option It enhances the internet options ,and you can also have video calling, no more carrying problems of laptop, Flyer is beautiful affordable device for a businessman.

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