Smartphone

One of the new developments at the 2014 Consumer Electronics Show was the sheer amount of new smartphone add-ons. A lot of these add-ons are already available to buy or gaining publicity before the product is released. The market for these gadgets and add-ons is huge, and so it the potential. As statistics, sales and market research show, smartphones are consistently on the rise. Eric Schmidt, the Google chairman, even stated that in the previous years mobile was winning, now it has won. Schmidt also boldly declared that eventually, everyone is going to have a smartphone.

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What is the use of such a smartphone that is bright and colorful, offers thousands of free apps to play, keeps you updated on stuff that matters to you most BUT dies early? Almost every smartphone user keeps his phone brightness settings to low or optimized to get longer battery life. What is the use of all those colors and bright mobile screen if users are forced to keep brightness low and automatically adjusted so that they can use their phone little longer without charging? A wise decision would be to chose a smartphone that gives you best battery life than all the other smart phones available in the market. This is the area where smartphone manufacturers have not been much successful yet. If you want to get the best battery life for your mobile phone you will have to minimize tasks that run in the background of your smartphone, keep screen brightness low, disable many useful services (e.g. backup, location services or GPS, apps notifications etc.). If you want to know which smartphone gives best battery life, see these infographics.

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by on January 17th, 2012

sony xperia ion, sony xperia s

Sony revealed Xperia ion – first LTE smartphone at January 9,2012 at the 2012 International CES that will be available exclusively in the U.S. from AT&T in the second quarter. Xperia ion offers easy connectivity with multiple screens to share and enjoy content on whichever screen user choose, whether it’s TV, smartphone, laptop or tablet. Xperia ion Android powered smartphone has 4.6-inch HD display (1280 X 720 pixels), HD 12-megapixel camera, HD recording capabilities from both rear and front-facing cameras.

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by on April 26th, 2011

There is no limit to what droid does. Its true becauase of growing apps development. Watch super cool ads of droid. Limitless Power. Endless Possibilities. DROID Apps. See what it feels like to have a cargo bay of intelligent apps at your fingertips. Can a smartphone see light years into space? Droid can with Google Sky Map. When theres no limit to what Droid gets, theres no limit to what Droid Does.

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windows phone 7 ads

There are moments when others look at you and exclaim: “Really?” Well, Microsoft Windows Phone 7 gonna save you from those odd moments so you can efficiently do whatever you do at your phone and get going with more important stuff in your life. We saw Bing commercials and ads previously. Few were quite funny. Now here are Windows Phone 7 official commercials with theme named ‘Really’. Microsoft will prove that to you that your life is more important then your cell phone.

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blackberry curve 9330 1 $30 BlackBerry Curve 3G with WiFi

Ever wanted to own a BlackBerry despite of low budget? Here is the BlackBerry Curve 9330 3G smart phone for only $30 with built-in Wi-Fi and GPS, 2-megapixel camera, microSD slot expandable to 32GB and support for BlackBerry App World.

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samsung galaxy s smart phone

Ever wonder what it would be like to have cinema quality entertainment in the palm of your hand on an exclusive Super AMOLED screen? Check out the new TV commercial of Samsung Galaxy S smart phone.

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