• Smart mobile phones for 2011 – Top 10 Smartphones of 2011

    Posted on November 14th, 2011 David Brooks | No comments

    It is nearly the end of 2011. In the smartphones market, we have to admit that 2011 has brought quite a few excellent smartphones to world mobile phone users, especially Apple’s iOS and Google Android smartphones, which are obviously the two leaders in the smartphone market. And besides these two OS advanced smartphones, there are still many other popular smartphones for 2011, like HTC Titan, Motorola Droid RAZR, Nokia N9, etc. And thanks to Matthew Miller, who has posted a Top 10 smartphones of 2011 (Holiday Gift Guide), we could get a clear list on the top smartphones of 2011. The bellow is the original content by Matthew Miller. Since the original post is too long, so I would just list the Top 10 Smartphones bellow. Check it for details.

    1: Apple iPhone 4S

    iPhone 4SI participated in the ZDNet Great Debate for the Apple iPhone 4S, but readers overwhelmingly voted against it and many in the tech press stated it was not much of an upgrade. However, consumers responded in a big way and Apple had record opening weekend sales exceeding 4 million devices.

    I became an iPhone owner again with the iPhone 4S on Verizon and am very happy with the device. The internals were bumped up with a dual-core processor, updated antenna design, and 8 megapixel camera. The Siri artificial intelligence utility is excellent and even in beta demonstrates a new way to interact with your device. I love that I can make appointments and set alarms with a few short words and the iPhone 4S is changing the way I use my smartphone. You can also SIM unlock the Verizon iPhone 4S for true world phone usage with Sprint and AT&T having slightly different policies. I used my iPhone 4S with my Truphone SIM in London and it worked very well.

    The Apple iPhone 4S is available on AT&T, Verizon, and Sprint for $199 (16GB), $299 (32GB), and $399 (64GB) with a two-year contract. The unsubsidized, no-contract prices range from $649 (16GB) to $849 (64GB), depending on your carrier.

    2: Samsung Galaxy Nexus

    Samsung Galaxy NexusGoogle rolled out the Nexus One back in January 2010 as their flagship device that supports the latest Android operating system. The Nexus S was released last year and just last week Google and Samsung announced the Galaxy Nexus that will be coming to the U.S. with Verizon confirmed to get the device first before the end of this year.

    Unlike the previous Nexus devices, there is really nothing missing in this latest device, including the latest wireless radios. The Galaxy Nexus sports a 4.65 inch 1280×720 Super AMOLED HD display (which is perfect for you to watch HD Blu-ray movies on Nexus), LTE and HSPA+ pentaband support, Android 4.0 (Ice Cream Sandwich), NFC, barometer, 1080p HD video camera, 1750 mAh battery and more. I have regularly ranted on this blog about the lack of pentaband 3G data support that currently only Nokia provides in true world phone fashion with support for frequencies in all ranges. Thankfully, the new Galaxy Nexus is a pentaband phone, with support for the 21 Mbps HSPA+ data network so it is highly likely I will be picking one up to use with T-Mobile USA.

    There is no pricing or availability yet and it sounds like it will roll out in Europe and other countries first with a Verizon LTE model coming before the end of 2011. It’s not clear if we will see one launching on AT&T or T-Mobile here in the U.S.

    3: HTC Titan

    HTC TitanReaders know I am a major Windows Phone fan and I know it hasn’t yet been adopted by a large number of Americans, but it really is fantastic and everyone I know that tries it out likes it. I was going to put one of the new Nokia Windows Phone devices here in 3rd, but none are coming to the U.S. this year so I am throwing in the HTC Titan that is coming to AT&T soon, likely in November. I finally had a chance to try out the HTC Titan this week and even though the display is huge, it is quite thin and extremely well made.

    The HTC Titan has a massive 4.7 inch Super LCD display at the same standard 800×480 resolution that still looks crisp and clear. It has a 1.5 GHz processor, 16GB integrated storage, 512MB RAM, 1600 mAh battery, HSPA+ radio (up to 14.4 Mbps downloads), and 8 megapixel camera. HTC had done work with their cameras and it is actually quite good.

    4: Motorola Droid RAZR

    Motorola Droid RAZRThe Motorola RAZR was an iconic device that launched at quite a high price and still sold millions. Motorola’s original DROID put Android on the map and launched it to its current success. They decided to launch a new RAZR based on the Android OS and what sets it apart from their current offerings is that it is the thinnest LTE device, and one of the thinnest Android devices, available.

    The Motorola Droid RAZR has all of the latest specifications, including LTE radio, Android 2.3.5 Gingerbread, 4.3 inch 540×960 Super AMOLED display, dual-core 1.2 GHz processor, 1780 mAh battery, Bluetooth 4.0, 8 megapixel camera, 16GB internal storage and microSD card slot.

    The Motorola Droid RAZR will be available for $299.99 with a 2-year contract in November on Verizon Wireless.

    5: Nokia N9

    Nokia N9The Nokia N9 is one of the saddest stories in the mobile world since the hardware and MeeGo operating system are fantastic and show a lot of promise, but the device is likely the last MeeGo device we will see from Nokia. If you check out all the other reviews online you will see that people love the Nokia N9. It is not available in very many countries and will not be sold by Nokia here in the U.S.

    You can check out my<Nokia N9 first impressions and a follow-up article I posted on several tips, tricks, and FAQs. Specifications of the Nokia N9 include the MeeGo 1.2 (Harmattan) operating system, pentaband 3G radio, 1 GHz Cortex A8 processor, 3.9 inch FWVGA 854×480 pixels AMOLED display with anti-glare polarizer and Gorilla Glass integration, 1 GB RAM, 16 and 64 GB internal memory options, 8 megapixel camera with dual-LED flash and Carl Zeiss optics, NFC, and more.

    The Nokia N9 is only available in select countries, but can be found through importers from about $750 to $900 for the 16GB and 64GB models, respectively. I purchased my own 16GB blue N9 from a reseller on ebay.

    6: HTC Amaze 4G

    HTC Amaze 4GOne of the complaints I have always had with HTC devices was the poor camera quality, but thankfully this area is being addressed by HTC in a big way. There is a lot of promotion and advertisement of the camera on the HTC Amaze 4G and as I posted in my camera roundup the Amaze 4G really is fantastic. In addition to the great camera, it is one of the best designed HTC smartphones I have ever held in my hand and feels like a very high quality device.

    Specifications of the HTC Amaze 4G include Android 2.3.4 Gingerbread, HSPA+ on T-Mobile at 42.2 Mbps, 4.3 inch qHD 540×960 pixels Super LCD display, 8 megapixel camera with f/2.2 aperture lens and 1080p video recording capability, NFC, DLNA and HDMI, 1730 mAh battery, Bluetooth 3.0, and much more.

    The HTC Amaze 4G is available now for $259.99 with a minimum voice and data plan with 2-year contract after a $50 mail-in rebate. The full retail price is $559.99 with no contract.

    7: LG Thrill

    LG ThrillOne of the features shown off this year that seemed to be more gimmicky than anything is the glasses-free 3D display found on a few new smartphones. While it may seem a bit silly for day-to-day usage, it is actually fun to use and when I tested out the EVO 3D my daughters had a blast recording videos in 3D. The LG Thrill is not only one of the best 3D devices, it is also a solid high end Android device that competes with the best of them.

    Specifications for the LG Thrill include a 4.3 inch glasses free 3D display, 1 GHz dual core processor, dual 5 megapixel cameras, 8GB integrated storage and microSD card, and HSPA+ support.

    The LG Thrill is available now on AT&T for $99.99 with a 2-year contract. It is priced at $449.99 with no contract.

    8: Motorola Droid Bionic

    Motorola Droid BionicThe Motorola Droid Bionic is one of the best LTE devices on Verizon Wireless and Jason Perlow made a great case for the device in comparison to the Apple iPhone 4S. The Droid Bionic sports a high resolution (540×960 pixels) 4.3 inch display, dual-core 1GHz processor, 8 megapixel camera, large capacity 1930 mAh battery, integrated 16GB of memory and microSD card slot, and support for the LTE network.

    9: Samsung Galaxy S II

    Samsung Galaxy S 2The Samsung Galaxy S II was released several months ago in various countries and is just now making its way to the U.S. carriers. It is a very successful device and I enjoyed my time with the T-Mobile version. The Galaxy S II sports an amazing 4.3 inch Super AMOLED Plus display (4.52 inches on T-Mobile and Sprint), dual-core 1 GHz processor, Android 2.3 (Gingerbread) OS, 8 megapixel camera, integrated memory and microSD card, 802.11 a/b/g/n WiFi, Bluetooth 3.0, and more.

    The Galaxy S II is a large device, but it is light and thin. The quality feels better than any previous Samsung Galaxy device I have used and I know people will be purchasing it in large numbers on the three U.S. carriers.

    It is available on T-Mobile for $229.99 with a 2-year plan and $50 mail-in rebate ($529.99 with no contract) and on AT&T for Sprint’s model is known as Galaxy S II Epic 4G Touch (what a crazy name, huh?) and comes with WiMAX, a 4.52 inch display, and 1.2 GHz processor with a contract price of $199.99 or $499.99 with no contract.

    10: BlackBerry Bold 9900/9930

    BlackBerry Bold 9900I jumped on the BlackBerry Bold 9930 at launch and was excited about it for a couple of weeks before jumping back off the bandwagon and think RIM needs to step it up in 2012 to be competitive with the other mobile platforms. I enjoyed using the BlackBerry PlayBook with QNX-based operating system and there is a lot of promise for smartphones running this OS in 2012.

    Specifications for the BlackBerry Bold 9930 include a 2.8 inch touchscreen display, a 1.2 GHz single core processor, 5 megapixel camera with 720p HD video recording, 8GB onboard storage with microSD card support up to 32GB, 768 MB RAM (something like 256MB is used for GPU), optical trackpad, promixity sensor, accelerometer, compass, and BlackBerry OS 7 that provides voice-activated universal search, new web browser, huge collection of pre-installed apps, and much more.

    The Bold 9900/9930 has the BEST QWERTY keyboard ever on a device and if you are a hardware keyboard fan then you will enjoy using this device. It is quite expensive for a BlackBerry smartphone though with a price of $299.99 with a $50 mail-in rebate on T-Mobile (full no contract price is $599.99), $199.99 with contract on Sprint ($499.99 full retail price), and $249.99 on Verizon with a contract ($509.99 full retail price).

    Source: http://www.zdnet.com/blog/cell-phones/top-10-smartphones-of-2011-holiday-gift-guide/6777?tag=content;siu-container

    How do you think of Matthew Miller’s Top 10 Smartphones of 2011 list? And which one do you think is the best? If you like, you can share your own opinion with us in the comment part.

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  • Motorola Dual-core flagship Droid HD pictures leaked indicate 1080P HD video recording

    Posted on August 18th, 2011 David Brooks | No comments

    Since the shock news that Google acquired Motorola Mobility Holdings at $12.5 billion, one more news comes: the long rumored Dual-core flagship Motorola Droid HD leaked with several pictures indicating the specs and features, along with the leak is the Motorola Droid Bionic. Still, there aren’t too many surprises here from the leaked photos about the specs and features, with the global-capable handset boasting a TI OMAP 4430 1GHz dual-core CPU, 1GB of RAM, 4.5-inch display, an 8 megapixel rear camera, and microUSB / HDMI ports. The following picture includes a leaked image of Motorola Droid Bionic (left) and Motorola Droid HD (right):

    Motorola Droid Bionic and Motorola Droid HD

    Just from the above picture, we may guess that the Motorola Droid HD would own the same display screen size as that of Motorola Droid Bionic, 4.5 inch touchscreen. But it is very possible that the screen resolution of the Motorola Droid HD would reach 1280*720 pixels. The following picture is the leaked image of Motorola Droid HD.

    Motorola Droid HD

    From the leaked photos, we could roughly get the Motorola Droid HD specs and features. This device seems to be running Gingerbread, and rocks a 4.5-inch display (presumably with qHD or even 1280×720 resolution, considering the device’s name), which would be excellent for you ro convert DVD to Droid HD or rip Blu-ray to Droid HD for ultra movie enjoyment on the go. And also, it features an 8 megapixel 1080p rear-facing camera and a front-facing shooter to enable you record HD videos to upload to YouTube and other video sharing sites to share with your friends and family. There’s also a pair of side loading SIM and microSD slots on the left side of the device to enable freely transition of data, a volume rocker and what looks like a power button on the right, a slight bump for the camera pod around back (which sports an LED flash and speaker, as well), along with a large, thin battery that appears to be removable. Perhaps most notable about the HD is its seemingly super thin design — we’re estimating it’s between 8.5 and 9mm, which would put it in the same league as Samsung’s Galaxy S II, which measures 8.49mm.

    For the detailed specs, we still need to wait for the official release of this new flagship of Motorola Droid HD.

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  • Google acquired Motorola Mobility Holdings for $12.5 billion to enhance mobile computing competitiveness

    Posted on August 16th, 2011 David Brooks | No comments

    The news of the combination of the two companies – Google and Motorola Mobility Holdings has been confirmed. Google acquired Motorola Mobility Holdings on Monday for a total $12.5 billion, $40.00 per share in cash. Motorola Mobility will remain a licensee of Android and Android will remain open. Google will run Motorola Mobility as a separate business. The transaction was unanimously approved by the boards of directors of both companies. The acquisition of Motorola Mobility would definitely enable Google to supercharge the Android ecosystem and enhance mobile computing competitiveness of Google.

    Google buys Motorola Mobility

    Motorola Mobility’s total commitment to Android has created a natural fit for our two companies. Together, we will create amazing user experiences that supercharge the entire Android ecosystem for the benefit of consumers, partners and developers. I look forward to welcoming Motorolans to our family of Googlers,” said Larry Page, CEO of Google.

    Sanjay Jha, CEO of Motorola Mobility, said, “This transaction offers significant value for Motorola Mobility’s stockholders and provides compelling new opportunities for our employees, customers, and partners around the world. We have shared a productive partnership with Google to advance the Android platform, and now through this combination we will be able to do even more to innovate and deliver outstanding mobility solutions across our mobile devices and home businesses.

    Google’s Android software is widely used by Motorola and several other mobile device-makers like HTC, LG, etc. and there have been quite many popular smartphones and devices based on the Android OS, like Motorola Xoom, Motorola Droid Bionic, Motorola Droid X, etc. Along with the excellent mobile phone and Android OS performance, smart mobile phone users could make full use of these smart phones: freely surf on the internet, record HD videos for sharing, rip DVD to Android OS phones to watch HD DVD movies on Android phones, rip Blu-ray to Motorola Xoom to watch HD Blu-ray on Xoom in HD video playback, etc.

    Motorola Droid Bionic

    Along with the acquisition, there are many advantages for both Google and Motorola Mobility: Google itself has not been a device-maker before now, but this deal, the biggest acquisition for Google to date, marks that Google would take its place among a select group of companies that make both hardware and software for hand-held computing gadgets. What’s more, another strategic advantage of this acquisition is the access to more than 17,000 patents held by Motorola for Google, which would help Google stave off a barrage of claims levied by rivals battling the company’s Android mobile operating system. And due to the excellent performance of Motorola Mobility in set-top boxes for cable TV, this acquisition would also boost Google’s faltering efforts in Internet-connected TVs.

    Google’s biggest buys

    Motorola Mobility Holdings, $12.5 billion, announced August 2011

    DoubleClick, $3.1 billion, Internet display advertising, closed March 2008

    YouTube, $1.65 billion, Internet video, closed November 2006

    AdMob, $750 million, mobile advertising, closed May 2010

    ITA Software, $700 million, travel search software, closed April 2011

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  • Top 10 most anticipated upcoming tech products details and pictures

    Posted on July 20th, 2011 David Brooks | No comments

    Along with the fast development of technology in mobile phones and telecommunication devices, people have longed more for the future tech products and various high tech telecommunication companies become to upgrade their tech products faster, which enables worldwide users to experience totally different devices upon different tech products. And thanks to ZDNet Author, who has listed out some top 10 most anticipated upcoming tech products for us to make a brief understanding about these advanced tech devices. The following lists the 10 most anticipated upcoming tech products, originally released on zdnet.com.

    New MacBook Airs

    New MacBook Airs

    The new MacBook Airs with updated Intel Sandy Bridge processors Core i series processor are due to hit any day along with OS X Lion. The new Airs are rumored to to feature a high-speed Thunderbolt port and perhaps a lighted keyboard while retaining the same form factor.

    Vizio XVT3D6SP series

    XVizio XVT3D6SP series

    Back in January, the Vizio XVT3D6SP series was our Best of CES winner in the TV category. On top of offering passive 3D and a full-array LED backlight with local dimming, the XVT3D6SP series is loaded with features. Here’s what editor David Katzamier had to say about it:

    “The Vizio XVT3D6SP series is billed as a complement to the company’s new Android phone and tablet. It boasts a custom Google TV interface and a beefed-up version of VIA (Vizio Internet Apps), our favorite Internet TV suite of last year. It also has a spiffy new remote that replaces a trendy touch screen with a much more useful touch pad, a la your favorite laptop PC. Finally it boasts passive 3D (see below) and all of the full-array local-dimming LED goodness we liked so much on the XVT3SV series. Oh yeah: it’s also the first TV announced with embedded OnLive gaming (video).”

    Samsung Nexus Prime

    Samsung Nexus Prime

    Rumor has it that the Samsung Nexus Prime, due out late this year, will be the first smartphone to run Android Ice Cream Sandwich (Android 4.0). Here’s what Scott Webster had to say about it on a post on CNET:

    “Keeping with other Pure Google experience smartphones, the Nexus Prime is expected to be devoid of any carrier customization or pre-loaded applications. Rumors also have been swirling that the first Ice Cream Sandwich handset would also be notable for another absence, physical buttons. And given that the next iteration of Android blends parts of Honeycomb and Gingerbread, it’s very possible that any 4.0+ devices could operate without hard keys.

    “The “monster-sized” screen will be branded as a “Super AMOLED HD” display, matching up with previous reports of a 720p resolution. For the sake of comparison, today’s top Android smart phones feature qHD screens that operate at 960×540 resolution, whereas mid-range devices now typically run with 800×480 resolution.”

    Rumor has it that the Nexus Prime (or whatever name the device ends up with) will also have a next-generation dual-core processor running ion the 1.2-1.5 GHZ range.

    Barnes & Noble’s Nook Color

    Nook Color

    While the Barnes & Noble’s Nook Color isn’t a full-fledged Android tablet (with Android Market) unless you root it and install custom firmware, it is the best-selling Android-based tablet out there right now, priced at a modest $249.

    Before the holiday buying season we expect that Barnes & Noble will upgrade it, perhaps as soon as late October. We doubt the design will change dramatically (if at all), but we do think it will get a faster processor and some other small but significant improvements.

    Motorola Droid Bionic

    Motorola Droid Bionic

    The Motorola Droid Bionic is due to hit very soon and will be among the few Verizon phones to work on the carrier’s new 4G LTE network. Overall, it has impressive specs, which CNET editor Nicole Lee summarized back at CES in January (watch her first-look video):

    “Aside from 4G and the dual-core processors, the Droid Bionic also has 512MB DDR2 RAM; HDMI mirroring (so you can view video on both the phone and the TV when they’re connected); 1080p video playback; 8-megapixel camera on the rear plus a front-facing VGA camera for video calls; Wi-Fi, of course; mobile Wi-Fi hot spot for up to five devices (subject to carrier fees); and since it ships with Android 2.2, the WebKit browser also plays in-browser Flash video.

    Amazon touch-screen Kindle

    Amazon Touch-screen Kindle

    Will Amazon put out a touch-screen Kindle? Or will it release an even more affordable non-touch model to follow up on the success of the Kindle 3? Speculation is heating up as we head into August, which is when Amazon revealed the Kindle 3 last year.

    iPod touch

    iPod Touch

    It doesn’t seem like there’s much more that Apple can do with the iPod Touch, but there’s talk of an added 3G option (you’ll have to pay for service) and the possibility of a jumbo Touch that might also qualify as an iPad Mini.

    Sony PlayStation Vita

    Sony PlayStantion Vita

    Sony’s next portable gaming console, the PlayStation Vita, ups the ante in terms of graphics and features. But it remains to be seen whether the $249 Vita (or $299 with 3G) will be a hit after Sony experienced such a tepid reception for the PlayStation Go.

    Due to hit this fall, the Vita has built-in WiFi, dual joysticks, multitouch 5-inch OLED screen, front and rear touchpads, and front and rear cameras.

    Amazon Android tablet

    Amazon Android Tablets

    Rumor has it that Amazon will be releasing two new Android tablets by year’s end. The smaller model may have a 7-inch screen and be something along the lines of the Nook Color but feature a more powerful processor (and be aggressively priced). A larger 10-inch model will allegedly be designed to compete with the iPad.

    Apple iPhone 5

    Apple iPhone 5

    Will the iPhone 5 have an all new design or simply retain the iPhone 4’s chassis and offer such upgrades as a faster A5 processor and improved camera? And will it be a true 4G phone? At this point, no one knows for sure but all signs point to a Fall release date for the next-generation iPhone, whatever it’s called.

    Sources from:

    http://www.zdnet.com/photos/most-anticipated-upcoming-tech-products-photos/6259483?tag=content;photo-frame#photo-frame

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  • What’s your choice: Motorola Droid phones or Apple iPhone 5

    Posted on July 14th, 2011 David Brooks | No comments

    The latest news from a retail job posting of Apple in the U.K. for seasonal iPhone sales staff hints that the Apple mightMotorola Droid Bionic VS iPhone 5 make a mid-August iPhone 5 launch. This is really quite exciting news for all iPhone fans, yet still needs to be confirmed. The popular saying about the iPhone 5 release date is in October, just in time to compete with other smart mobile phones, especially Motorola Droid phones like the Motorola Droid Bionic, Motorola Droid X2 and Motorola Droid 2 Global, strong competitors to Apple iPhone 5. The Motorola Droid family are also powerful enough to make a killer combat to Apple iPhone 5, just like other Android OS smart mobile phones. The Motorola Droid phones are going to be released soon with specifications and features quite confirmed, while the Apple iPhone 5 is still a puzzle in both the specs and release time. Thus, what’s your choice between these two kinds of smart phones? Take Motorola Droid phones, or wait for some time to get the unconfirmed iPhone 5?

    In fact, about the specs of Apple iPhone 5, there have been so many rumors and speculations, most of which are supposed to be true for iPhone 5. Firstly, it would come with the Apple iOS 5 which promises to take the iOS user experience to the next level. The 4.0 inch edge-to-edge multitouch screen display provides excellent video, picture and gaming experience. The Apple A5 processor would also enhance the phone performance in graphics and CPU. Meanwhile, the Apple iPhone 5 is supposed to work with more carriers, including T-Mobile, Sprint, AT&T and Verizon. What’s more, another advantage of Apple iPhone 5 is that it owns plenty of accessory suppliers for different accessories.

    iPhone 5

    The Motorola Droid Bionic features the Android 2.3 Gingerbread operation system. It would land on Verizon’s 4G LTE network this summer. The huge 4.5-inch display will definitely hypnotize customers, while the dual-camera system (8MP and VGA) will make the smartphone even more appealing. To get this mobile phone, you can firstly visit the Verizon Droid Bionic page and enter your e-mail address and then you will receive within time details and launch dates etc.

    Motorola Droid Bionic

    Droid X2 and Droid 2 Global are also strong competitors for Apple’s iPhone thanks to their improved specs. All in all, Motorola’s offerings are the “real-deal”, while the iPhone 5’s specs are simply speculation.

    Of course, these smart mobile phones are still on the way to market. We can make the full comparison between them only when they have been released. However, if you just want to buy a new smart mobile phone, which one would you choose, a Motorola Droid Bionic, or the iPhone 5?

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