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.
Motorola Milestone XT720
Motorola’s Indian subsidiary, Motorola India Private Limited, introduced its 3G mobiles into the market. “One of our key focus segments is the 3G technology market, a rapidly sprouting market in India” said Faisal Siddiqui, Country Head of India. The new 3G services are approximately all flavours of technologies based on the standard name, CDMA (Code Division Multiple Access). CDMA is a digital wireless technology that allows multiple users at a time when Motorola was vanishing; an appliance they introduced brought back verve into the business. The device was the MILESTONE or the DROID as it’s known in the USA. Motorola found this the perfect occasion to get utmost sales and so they released a number of Android devices many of which included the MILESTONE/DROID badge such as the MILESTONE/DROID 2, DROID X/EXTREME/SHADOW and the MILESTONE XT720 which we are reviewing today.
Motorola Milestone XT720 is considered to be one of the world’s slimmest Android-powered smart phones; Back flip with Backtrack is touted to be the world’s first reverse-flip design handset. Taking full improvement of the power of Android 2.1, Milestone XT720 comes packed with an 8-megapixel camera with Xenon flash, 10x digital zoom and a high-resolution 720p HD camcorder. A suite of Google mobile applications as well as Google Search, Google Maps, Gmail and YouTube are also incorporated onto the device. The invent is one of the most strange aspects of the phone. It is not incredible that will petition to everyone but some will really like it. The problem with most touch screen devices is that they are quite analogous in requisites of design. With the large anterior touch screen there’s very little facade to style upon. But Motorola have done moderately a bit of experimentation with this phone. The front bezel isn’t of a regular shape. It’s mostly rectangular with curved edges but at the right hand side bottom there’s a bulge.
The phone measures in at 116×60.9×10.9mm and weighs 139 grams. The phone is not small but pretty accurate considering it houses a 3.7 inch touch screen and an 8 Megapixel camera unit with Xenon flash. It’s to a certain extent easy to hold in your hands and the lusterless back enhances the grip. The phone isn’t on the light side but considering there’s a lot of metal, it’s not too weighty Even the back is metal but is roofed with rubber to improved hold. There are no creaks or loose parts the whole phone is very solid and the metal adds to its excellence.
The camera unit is progressively raised from the intact body and as an upshot the phone does not lie flat on an even exterior. The camera unit is also not lower-level and hence exposes it to scratches and smudges. The front segment rapidly gets fingerprints while the back is fingerprint free. Any way mile stone is having 3G technology by using of this beautiful option 2001 which use a multitude of high-tech infrastructure networks, handsets, base stations, switches and other tools to consent to mobiles to offer high-speed Internet access, data, and video and CD-quality music services. Data speeds in 3G networks should be show speeds of to up to 2 Megabits per second, an amplify on current technology.