The thing with Google’s Android and Apples IOS is they are already furnished and has proved themselves in the market. One other thing is people love them. The new player in the corner Firefox have to face the two giant in unprepared condition. As far we have seen the Firefox OS in action inside the Alcatel- this is a complete disaster.
If you say that Firefox will live as the phone will be cheaper than the Apple or Nexus- you are very wrong my friend. People are buying iPhone and costly Androids because they can afford it. There are lot’s of people who will deny only to have the new Firefox OS phone as it has lacking in touch response or build quality.
This is not just only a phone- this device is more than that. You can do lot more with it than an iPhone. If you have any iPhone user near you just ask them to use it for 2 days and then see their reaction.
With so many mobile devices on today’s market, choosing between them can be a nightmare. This isn’t helped by the fact that we’re under constant pressure to upgrade our handsets. Every now and again, there is a great upgrade released. Not many people would think twice about trading in an iPhone 4S for an iPhone 5, for example. But that doesn’t mean that every upgrade is necessarily worth it. Today we’re looking at two of Samsung’s phones. The first is the Galaxy Nexus, a great little device that’s offered at very low cost with most mobile service providers such as Orange and T-Mobile, and the Galaxy S II, the Nexus’s upgrade. We wanted to know whether this upgrade was worth it or not. So we put these two devices to the test, head to head, to find out how they compare and what their differences are. If you’re in the market for an upgrade, then you might want to read on to find out whether or not this one’s worth it…
What the Galaxy Nexus Does Better…
Being the older model, ideally the Nexus wouldn’t do anything better, but that’s rarely the case with these things. The Nexus does have a pretty big advantage, that lies in its screen. It has the larger screen, measuring in at 4.6 inches over the 4.3 inch screen on the Galaxy S II. But that display also has two and a half times higher screen resolution and around fifty per cent more PPI (pixels per inch). These two things combined mean that the display on the Nexus is noticeably brighter, clearer and sharper than that on the Galaxy S II. For a smart phone, the screen is a pretty big deal and a major factor in purchase decision making, and it looks like the Nexus just does it better.
Gone are the days when you had to travel for days to see your loved ones. It was almost impossible to see your family if you were in a different country but things are different now. Technology has made things easier and the world isn’t as big as it used to be. You can reach your family from the click of a button and listen to their voice. Conferencing is one such technology that allows you to chat with your friends almost as if you are sitting across the table.
But your experience can be marred if your phone isn’t good enough. It is important that you choose the right device and the following points will be helpful –
1. The Microphone Should Be Good Enough – The quality of the microphone is very important to the quality of your conversation. There are certain things you need to consider before buying the device and that is the number of people who would be using it. The size of the room would also determine the microphone requirements. Make sure that the person who is talking is close to the microphone so that information exchange is as clear as possible. The microphone should be powerful so that everyone’s views are easily transferred to the other side.
Motorola are a big name in mobile phone manufacturing circles. They were responsible for some of the biggest innovations in the early days of cell phones.
They got us all buying cool looking flip phones a few years ago, but then the market shifted towards the touchscreen smart phone, and Motorola seemingly got lost in the wake of companies like Samsung with their Galaxy series and Apple with their iPhones.
However, Motorola is back. And back with a bang.
The new RAZR MAXX HD is a stunning addition to the smart phone market, and well withstands the competition of the Galaxy and iPhone. It truly is a beautiful phone.
When it comes to naming cell phone manufacturers, Nokia is probably one of the first names that comes to mind. The company has a long history of cell phone innovation, but has sadly let its standards slip in the last few years. Hoping to make up for lost time, Nokia has come out with the Lumia 920, a new Windows based phone that is pretty stunning looking.
Samsung on the other hand have been on a roll of late, coming out with the Galaxy S III, which many experts consider to be the best cell phone currently on the market. The biggest difference between these two handsets is that Nokia has teamed up with Windows to produce the Lumia, whilst Samsung has gone with an ever popular Android operating system. Unfortunately, the decision to team up with Windows is probably what costs Nokia the victory in a head to head battle between these two devices.
Almost every business today will do some work on a mobile phone. From the self employed window cleaner keeping in touch with clients via phone and text messages, through to the largest blue-chip companies using email, instant messaging and Apps to keep staff informed and as productive as possible 24 hours-a-day.
The original business phone, the Blackberry, was launched in 1999 – providing the first dedicated mobile phone and email service, quickly developing the functionality to sync with email services like Microsoft Outlook. The development of Smartphones now provides businesses with a wide choice of phones, but deciding which is the most appropriate can be tricky.
Anyone who is after a phone which offers great battery life should look no further than the Motorola RAZR MAXX. However, this is not the only thing you should consider when searching for a new smartphone and there are plenty of points about the Motorola RAZR MAXX which are ideal, but also several which might give you cause for concern.
A 2 Day Battery Life
Battery life is something that most smartphone users look for in a new handset. Everyone knows that the average smartphone user will find that they need to charge their handset once a day, so finding a phone that can do a little better than this is like finding gold at the end of the rainbow. Light to moderate users will only need to charge the phone every three days and heavy users will get two days out of it. [click to continue…]
HTC is a relative newcomer to the mobile phone market, only having been founded in 1997. That doesn’t mean that they don’t know what they’re doing, however. HTC tends to make very affordable phones, probably some of the most inexpensive smart phones on the market, which for some people is an important factor when deciding on a new device.
Given that they tend to be low cost, doesn’t mean that they’re necessarily low on features though and an HTC is an excellent low price smart phone for those on a budget.
Good news for Samsung galaxy S2 users because this mobile device is now updated with Jelly Bean. Updated Jelly Bean has been seeped online for latest version of S2.So we can get the official software in the market .Authorised Samsung Galaxy S2 has been leaked in the mobile market. It has been updated by XDA developers and it can be used internationally anywhere. Many people said that it would be the last versions because its bug free. Samsung Company said that the updated version will be available in November and before November month most of the people were floating on the web to find more updates of the mobile device. In the latest software they can find new Touchwiz interface and it got plenty of options like Google.
At the moment everyone are waiting for official software. If you think that you can Flash a ROM you can use the leaked version. If you wait for few more days you can find official software and you can update it on your mobile using Kies software.