Samsung’s latest mobile phone Galaxy S Blaze 4G will be launched by T-Mobile in a few short days. Recently T-Mobile has declared this news but specific release date not announced. Many authentic sources said that the release date is 21 March but T-Mobile’s website shows “available late March 2012″.
At last a Symbian smartphone is out at the MWC 2012 at Barcelona. Yesterday it was all quad-core & Android 4, today Nokia brings the first Symbian smartphone of the event. It has set a new standard in the mobile industry integrating PureView Pro imaging technology which ensures amazing image quality, lossless zoom and superior low light performance. The Nokia 808 PureView combines a large, high-resolution 41-megapixel sensor, Carl Zeiss optics and Nokia-developed pixel over-sampling technology. PureView imaging technology is the result of many years of research and development of Nokia.
Samsung's Android powered another phone name 'Samsung Galaxy Note' is now available at AT&T and its starting price is $299.99. AT&T is offering two types of pricing, first one is 'No Commitment Pricing' and second one is '2-yr Contract Price'. The company also offers 2-yr voice agreement with qualifying monthly data plan required. Only Carbon Blue and Ceramic White color are available at this time.
Pantech Burst is the first 4G LTE device from Pantech in AT&T’s device portfolio. The Burst combines 4G LTE speed with a 1.2 GHz Scorpion processor and it runs on Android OS. Burst’s full touch 4-inch Super AMOLED display allows for comfortable browsing and a more vibrant multimedia viewing experience when streaming content or viewing movies on the device.
At last Nokia's last symbian smartphone information has leaked in dribs and drabs. Nokia 803 is the last symbian phone and its largest camera sensor is now top of the discussion. Though information comes a little bit from earlier reports but trusted source confirmed that it is Nokia's last symbian smartphone.
Hauwei is a company that has been struggling to insert itself in the skinny and overcrowded space of the US mobile market. So far, they have stepped forward at CES 2012 with some prototypes called Ascend P1 S that left some people craving for more. Now, we have heard news that Huawei is setting up a conference due on February 26th, which is just one day before the Mobile World Congress starts, planning to share some details about their upcoming Diamond series high-end Android phones.
The Japanese Sony Corp. gives up organic-screen TV business for the mass market. It is really confusing that, though being world's one of of the most renown companies that has already touched the huge success almost in all sectors of its, definitely there is no reason to exit/give up. But, the MYSTERY is there. WHY?
LG Display, a leading innovator of Thin-film Transistor Liquid Crystal Display (TFT-LCD) technology, is going to give us a Magnificent Gift in next year. LG declared releasing the very First 'World's Largest' 55-Inch OLED HDTV in 2012. This TV panel from LG will be made available for Display to select media and customers at a Private Booth starting on January 9 in Las Vegas through the end of CES 2012. No doubt, creation of this 55-inch panel is a Giant step in the popularization of OLED TVs and also demonstrates the effective application of AMOLED technology to larger panel sizes at a more cost efficient level.
Holiday season has always been the perfect time to shop, because extremely appealing deals pop out like mushrooms after the rain, in places you least expected. Take for example the new Samsung Focus Flash smartphone discount, HT&T is now offering for all you Christmas shoppers.
Lately, we had been noticing some major changes in the screen technologies. Large display makers are showcasing new screen technologies which promise to greatly enhance the user experience. We will review the recent industry trends and try to analyze what these really mean to the consumers.