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Samsung Galaxy Ace is undoubtedly another pretty cool addition to the mid-range Android smart phones. With so many smart phones models crowded in market today, it is really difficult to deny or to go with a particular model of mobile phone just in a glance. Well, lining up the positive features of this hand set, [...]

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Wholesale branded cell phones in today’s times

February 11, 2010

In today’s world, technology is considered to be one of the signs of a developed country hence it keeps on changing its impossible to continue. Everyday there’s is something new on the television for the promotion of new technology for electronic devices. But more than any other electronic devices cell phones are the one most [...]

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Purchasing Wholesale Cell Phones

February 11, 2010

It is true that purchasing cell phones is not an easy task. Cell phones are considered as a need in today’s busy world. These days, most of the people are using cell phones. If you are willing to buy mobile phones for your business purpose then you should try to buy it in bulk. It [...]

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Samsung Monte

February 11, 2010

Samsung Monte, or Samsung GT-S5620 is a 3.5G GPS enabled touchscreen phone with WiFi. It is similar in specification to the B7300 (but without Windows) and the Blue Earth (but without a solar panel), meaning that the Monte fits into a very small gap in Samsung’s current product range.

Samsung’s just gone ahead and pulled the trigger on announcing its S5620 Monte ahead of Mobile World Congress next week, offering a decent set of social features and Google integration at what should be a pretty reasonable price. The “reasonable price” part of this equation comes thanks to a 3-inch WQVGA display and 3.2 megapixel camera, though exact pricing hasn’t been announced; meanwhile, you’ve got a whole host of features that you’d typically associate with higher-end devices like WiFi, Exchange ActiveSync support, and integration with Google’s Latitude service to keep track of your friends’ whereabouts from afar. Riding atop the latest “2.0 Plus” version of Sammy’s ubiquitous TouchWiz UI, the phone features 3.6Mbps HSDPA on the 900 and 2100MHz bands (read: no US support here) and has AGPS, integrated FM radio with RDS, and microSD support up to 16GB. We should know more on pricing and availability around MWC, we imagine, but for now, specs and this lovely picture are all we’re going to get.

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The best offer by a comparative study

February 7, 2010

The supply chain, in today’s complex world of commerce, is essentially the producer to the end-user or consumer interspersed with a whole host of intermediaries.  Next to the supplier, the most significant link in the distribution chain is the wholesale distributor. It is now no longer practical or cost effective for the seller to market [...]

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Getting Wholesale Mobile Phones from China

February 7, 2010

If you are into the business of selling wholesale branded cell phones over the World Wide Web then you should know that the amount of competition has changed the scenario of the industry. You will come across many companies that are involved in the business of wholesale branded cell phones over the internet. Most of [...]

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T-Mobile WebConnect Jet Capably Keeps Your Laptop Connected

January 14, 2010

T-Mobile is not yet synonymous with 3G connectivity the way Verizon or even AT&T Wireless is, but it’s continuing to push ahead with 3G data offerings. The newest is the WebConnect Jet laptop stick (free with a two-year contract, as of December 14, 2009). The Jet looks more stylish than T-Mobile’s previous release, the WebConnect [...]

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Google’s Nexus One the new iPhone killer?

January 6, 2010

Tuesday at 1 p.m. ET, Google will announce something related to its Android smartphone OS. It’s expected to be the launch of Google’s Nexus One phone – the company’s first full-on leap into the smartphone fray and one that will put the online giant head-to-head with the darling of the market, the iPhone. Google scheduled [...]

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Pandora case has been assembled – first video

December 9, 2009

Pandora fans are definitely partying tonight. Michael Weston and crew have uploaded the first pics of manufacturing test unit built using the mass production parts — as team member Craig Rothwell noted over at the GP32X forums, even if minor tweaks are deemed necessary, for all intents and purposes this is the first production unit. [...]

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Phones rejoice as Ustream Live Broadcaster

December 9, 2009

When it comes to streaming live video from a smartphone, there’s an app for that and there has been for a long, long time — unless you’re an iPhoner. With Qik for the iPhone a delayed broadcast was possible, but it took months for the thing to break out of its WiFi-only shackles. Now you, [...]

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Nokia X6 – Phones4U in UK

December 1, 2009

Nokia gets annunciated that it has most recent flagship music device, the Nokia X6, will comprise for sale in the United Kingdom this Friday. Accessible with Nokia’s totally you will be able to consume music service, comes up With Music, the Nokia X6 will be available solely by Phones4U from Friday 27 November 2009. The newly Nokia X6 is available costless from £35 a month, or free from £25 a month when you deal in an N-Series handset, exclusively on the Orange network at Phones 4u. Pre-order from www.shop.nokia.co.uk at £449 SIM-free.

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