• Verizon LG Intuition Announced with 4G LTE Connectivity and a Tablet-Like Experience on Vivid 5-Inch True HD Display

    Posted on September 4th, 2012 David Brooks | No comments

    The just passed August has provided us quite a lot of free apps for both Android and iOS and other OS mobile devices. However, the real heat of mobile industry seems to happen in September, with so many wonderful new mobile handsets to be announced and released: Nokia would announce its first Windows 8 smartphone on September 5th, Apple confirmed September 12th event for iPhone 5 release, HTC’s September 19th event, etc. All these events would help create a significant and unique September for all mobile phone fans. For the very near event, LG just announced that LG Intuition is coming to Verizon on September 6. Starting September 6, Verizon will start offering the newly-announced LG Intuition at a price of $199 on-contract. The smartphone is a re-branded version of the LG Optimus Vu tailored to work on the carrier’s 4G LTE wireless network.

    LG IntuitionWith its 5-inch true HD LCD screen, of which the resolution is up to 1024×768 pixels, the LG Intuition delivers quite amazing tablet-like visual experience for you to watch HD videos on LG Intuition. The phone falls straight into phablet category right next to the Samsung Galaxy Note and the upcoming Galaxy Note II. What makes it somewhat different, however, is its 4:3 display aspect ratio, which should make surfing the web or reading digital books more convenient.

    Detailed specs of LG Intuition:
    – 5-inch display with high-definition detail
    – 4:3 aspect ratio to fully use the screen size and eliminate dead space
    – 650 NIT display provides excellent legibility and sharp details even in direct sunlight
    – The Notebook app turns the Intuition into a virtual notepad for creating documents which, can include text, drawings, images, annotations, video and voice clips
    – Business ready with enterprise grade security, corporate data encryption with Data-at-Rest Encryption (DARE), secure multi-headed VPN for corporate network connections, remote wipe capability and more
    – Suite of Amazon apps includes Kindle, Shopping, MP3, Zappos, IMDB and Audible so customers can watch movie trailers, download audio books, shopping and more
    – 8-megapixel camera with LED flash and 1080p HD video recording
    – 1.3 megapixel front-facing camera for video chatting
    – Enhanced camera features include voice commands to take a picture, continuous shot to take 6 shots with one tap and panorama shot to merge horizontal shots.
    – Android™ 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich
    – 1.5 GHz dual-core processor and 1 GB RAM
    – Mobile Hotspot – Share a 4G LTE connection with up to 10 Wi-Fi-enabled devices
    – Bluetooth® Version 3.0 + HS
    – SmartShare – Share media wirelessly to DLNA®-enabled devices

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  • Top 10 greatest Windows mobile smartphones ever that helped build Windows mobile Phones’ reputation

    Posted on April 10th, 2012 David Brooks | No comments

    Nowadays, the mobile phone market has been developing in a tremendous fast way to provide worldwide users more excellent and user friendly mobile devices. Many mobile phone manufacturers aroused with competitive candidates to compete with each other in the fierce smartphone market, like the Apple iPhone 4S, Samsung Galaxy Note, HTC One X, etc. which act not even a simple smartphone, but rather a multimedia player to enable you fulfill your leisure entertainment by watching HD movies on them, not even to say the freshly released Nokia Lumia 900. In the modern smartphone market, Windows mobile phones play a big role and have become more and more popular along with the improvement of Windows mobile platform, like the upcoming release of Windows 8 OS. Microsoft’s very own Windows Phone has been building a lot of buzz of late – thank primarily to the highly coveted Nokia Lumia 900. There have been so many successful Windows Phones like the Nokia Lumia 900, Samsung Focus S, Dell Venue Pro, and HTC Titan II, which all easily all stand out as the premier of the crop, but long before them, Microsoft built its reputation around its aging Windows Mobile platform. Today, what we are going to mention are the phones that ever helped build Windows mobile phones’ reputation ever. We have got a top 10 list for that. Check bellow:

    LG eXpo

    LG eXpoAfter putting out the dismal LG Incite, AT&T got itself a beauty in the LG eXpo. Aside from it sporting a landscape style QWERTY keyboard, things that made this smartphone outstanding are that this device provided business users with the functionality of a fingerprint reader and an optional pico projector attachment. It could be said that this smartphone was mostly prepared for business users.

    HTC Touch

    HTC TouchThe HTC Touch became famous because it is the first device the manufacturer planned to the high-end smartphone since the landing of original iPhone, since which many manufacturers rushed into touchscreen hysteria. The HTC Touch first established the whole customized UI thing with Windows Mobile thanks to its TouchFLO interface.

    Samsung SGH-i760

    Samsung SCH i760If you’re a button aficionado, you would surely fall in love with Samsung SCH-i760. Despite donning a boring numeric name, the Samsung SCH-i760 was covered from head-to-toe with buttons all around – thus, making it one lovable smartphone for business class users. Sure it was massive because of its built-in keyboard, but it managed to pack on a numeric keypad and sizable touchscreen as well.

    Palm Treo 700w

    Palm Treo 700wPalm Treo 700w is the very first Palm made device to run Windows Mobile – as opposed to its own platform. Indeed, some saw it as blasphemy, but nevertheless, it embodied all of the wonderful aspects we associate with a Palm device. For example, it featured that wonderful portrait style QWERTY form factor.

    Sony Ericsson XPERIA X1

    Sony Ericsson XPERIA X1Everywhere we look nowadays, Sony’s line of smartphones has the XPERIA branding on them. Some people might forget that the XPERIA line actually didn’t start off with Android, but rather, it came to light with Windows Mobile in the form of the Sony Ericsson XPERIA X1. In addition to being its first Windows Mobile smartphone, it flaunted one killer industrial design on top of its high-end specs.

    Samsung OMNIA

    Samsung OMNIAActually, not only does Samsung OMNIA get the credit for being the first OMNIA branded smartphone, but it was also the first respectable high-end offering from Samsung’s camp. It featured an optical trackpad, 5-megapixel snapper, 3.2” touchscreen, and supported both DivX and XviD out of the box.

    HTC Touch Pro2

    HTC Touch Pro2Simply, it’s one of HTC’s finest smartphones ever, as it balanced things out with its impeccable design for a QWERTY based smartphone. Thankfully, HTC brought back the tilting action with its touchscreen – essentially emulating the look of a laptop. Even to this day, it has probably one of the best landscape style keyboards around.

    Toshiba TG01

    Toshiba TG01Even though Toshiba is still trying to establish itself in the smartphone market right now, we have to give the TG01 some credit for the reasoning that it was the first to market with a 1GHz processor – something that seemed so awe-inspiring back then. Running Qualcomm’s 1GHz Snapdragon chip, it exuded a sense of speed in nearly everything it did. Additionally, it managed to pack an impressive 4.1” WVGA touchscreen and this cool looking paneled UI.

    Palm Treo Pro

    Palm Treo ProIf there was a Windows Mobile smartphone gunning at the BlackBerry form factor, the Palm Treo Pro was it! We can’t think of anything sexier looking using the portrait style QWERTY form factor other than this device. Interestingly enough, it was HTC that actually manufactured the Palm Treo Pro.

    HTC HD2

    HTC HD2Frankly, the HTC HD2 was in a whole league of its own, since it featured many things we tend to see so commonplace in today’s market. Certainly, it was a larger than life smartphone for its killer industrial design, a ridiculously large 4.3” WVGA display, and 1GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon processor.

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  • Top 20 smartphones in market of 2011 by far

    Posted on November 24th, 2011 David Brooks | No comments

    Millennial Media recently unveiled the smart mobile phone market share status of October, upon data of the stream flows from various advertising platforms. The result shows that Android has ruled smart mobile phone market with its abundant of smart mobile phone models and stable market capacity, while Apple iPhone becomes the most shinning smartphone with nearly 13% network users, which makes it top at the No. 1 position in the Top 20 smartphones in market of 2011 by far. The bellow picture shows the chart of the Top 20 smartphones of 2011:

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  • Apple and Google Agree to Testify the Phone Location Tracking Issues at the May 10 Senate Hearing about Consumer Privacy on Mobile Devices

    Posted on April 29th, 2011 David Brooks | No comments

    The phone location tracking issue for Apple iPhone iPad and Google Android mobile phones has lasted for a period, and it would last longer than we think, especially at Apple’s privacy policy. Google responded to the phone location tracking at Monday while Apple replied this a week after the issue and denied its mobile devices are tracking and collecting data on users’ locations. Both companies have agreed to testify at a May 10 Senate hearing about consumer privacy on mobile devices.

    Apple iPhone Location Tracking

    Ever since the reports of location tracking issue of Apple and Android devices, the US Senate had weighed in. The Committee had written to Microsoft, Nokia, RIM and HP as well as Apple and Google, but only the latter two had been asked to attend the hearings and explain what data they are collecting, how they’re ensuring that data is secured, and how users opt out of being tracked.

    Google Inc. was sued by two Android phone users who said their phones secretly recorded and stored their movements. According to concern over data collection, a Google spokesman Chris Gaither said in an e-mail: “We provide users with notice and control over the collection, sharing and use of location. Any location data that is sent back to Google location servers is anonymized and is not tied or traceable to a specific user.

    However, Apple has denied collecting data from users. “Apple is not tracking the location of your iPhone,” the company said in a statement.Apple has never done so and has no plans to ever do so.” Apple insisted it “strongly” believes that personal privacy is important, but now, the personal privacy of Apple has been skeptical from lawmakers and users.

    The public debate of the mobile phone location tracking has been a long concern. Hope the May 10 hearing would provide a good result.

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  • HTC Droid Incredible2 hits market on April 28 at only $200

    Posted on April 27th, 2011 David Brooks | No comments

    Due to the great popularity and performance of HTC Droid Incredible in US mobile market, the next generation of HTC Droid Incredible has been widely concerned. Verizon has now finally officially announced that the HTC Droid Incredible 2 will be available on Thursday, April 28th, at only $200.

    Verizon HTC Droid Incredible 2

    As for this new HTC Droid Incredible2, people care mostly about the improvement upon the HTC Droid Incredible. On the whole, the HTC Droid Incredible2 continues the slender design of HTC Droid Incredible and adds some popular elements, like more mellowness and fluency in phone curve. To strengthen the improvement and change of HTC Droid Incredible2, HTC update hardware, including the 4.0 inch S-LCD touchscreen, improved RAM and processor, and so on.


    And other specs of HTC Droid Incredible2:

    HTC Droid Incredible2 supports voice call and wireless internet connectivity for both CDMA and GSM network, which make it a real global smart phone. The dual camera design also adds weight to this HTC Droid Incredible2 mobile phone. It includes a 1.3MP front camera for convenient video chatting and the rear 8MP camera with double LED flash lights and support for high definition video recording have promoted picture quality. Besides these, HTC Droid Incredible2 adopts 768MB RAM and 2GB ROM with the new Snapdragon MSM8655 chip processor and Adreno205 graphic processor, which produces better performance in game and multimedia.

    Still, other features include: WiFi connectivity, Bluetooth, GPS navigation, FM radio, memory card expansion slots, SRS WOWHD audio effects, etc.

    Availability

    This HTC Droid Incredible2 will be available in market on April 28. It will run you the usual $200 on a two-year contract with Verizon.

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