Tuesday, September 3, 2013
Nokia was the number one mobile phone maker until its handsets were overtaken in terms of style and function with the likes of Apple's iPhone and the Android phones, more specifically those made by Samsung. In fact, Samsung is now the leading mobile phone maker. Nokia is next with its unbeatable line-up of feature phones plus a reputation of creating durable phones. Nokia didn't jump on the Android bandwagon though, instead it closed a deal with Microsoft and released its Lumia range of Windows Phones. It didn't quite helped Nokia in the High-End line, eating the dust of iPhone 5 and Samsung's Galaxy series. Their mid-range and budget offerings are proving to be better that same-priced Android choices. With Microsoft's acquisition (worth approximately $7.2 billion), here's hoping that they bring back Nokia's former glory.
Tuesday, April 9, 2013
Sunday, April 7, 2013
Tuesday, December 4, 2012
Saturday, June 2, 2012
The Blackberry Storm 1 9530 (or 9500) is Blackberry's first attempt in producing touchscreen phones. What makes it different from other touchscreen phones is the ability to click the screen, mimicking the hardware press on a keypad. Having tested one, I'll point out some things that makes this phone stand out (if there are) and the bad things that will make you think twice before getting this unit.
By the way, the Storm 9530 and the 9500 is the same in every aspects save for the radio: The 9500 is GSM only; the 9530 is a world phone (with CDMA).
Saturday, May 19, 2012
Tuesday, May 15, 2012
The Xperia x10 is the first Android phone by Sony Ericsson (Now Sony Mobile). With a big screen and 1GHz processor, it was a flagship phone when released, or was it? Read my personal thoughts on this phone.