- Nokia Lumia 610. Did I write that wrong? Nah! 610 It is!
Cheaper but still, ‘ AMAZING EVERYDAY ‘.
- Windows Phone 7.5
- Zune HD
- 800MHz processor
- 3.7 inch display
- Nokia Drive
- 5 mega pixel camera.
Almost everthing it’s big brother’s have. Slap to Android lovers Paow
- HTC One X
“Exceptional performance comes standard”
says the users of the new HTC ONE X. Brace yourself for lightning-fast web browsing, remarkable picture quality and seamless gaming visuals thanks to the powerful quad-core processor. You’ll love the minimalist design and the camera that captures every moment (even in low light) with crisp, vivid, beautiful photos. It also lets you take a photo while shooting HD video. Plus, with Beats Audio™ you hear authentic, deep sound with true, finely-tuned details, from official page of HTC.
- HTC Rezound
Combining 4.3″ True HD Screen with Beats Audio Technology, HTC and Verizon Wireless have officially announced the upcoming launch of cool new 4G LTE HTC Rezound Android-powered handset, which the companies claim as the only smartphone in the United States to integrate Beats Audio technology. Complemented with Mobile High Definition Link (MHL) connectivity and an included advanced Beats headphones that feature on-cable remote to let users enjoy their favorite music immensely.
HTC Rezound is initially based on Google Android 2.3 Gingerbread operating system. Anyway, for those who like to taste the latest Android OS on the Rezound phone, HTC has promised to roll out Google Android 4.0 (Ice Cream Sandwich) upgrade by early next year to deliver noticeably different user experience.
Key Features and Specs of HTC Rezound:
- Large 4.3-inch multi-touch S-LCD with true HD 720p resolution (1280 x 720 pixels)
- 8-megapixel AF camera (f/2.2, 28mm wide-angle lens) with dual LED flash and full HD video capture
- Powerful 1.5 GHz Qualcomm dual-core processor plus 1GB DDR2 RAM
- 4G Mobile Hotspot supports up to 10 Wi-Fi devices
- Bluetooth 3.0 and Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n/a connectivity
- Huge 16GB internal memory
- Rechargeable 1,620 mAh lithium battery
- Size: 5.08 x 2.58 x 0.54 inches
The new high-end HTC Rezound smartphone looks very sturdy and solid, and its 720p true HD display also works well for animation, picture with its super-high resolution and brilliant color, seems like the true iPhone 4S rival!
HTC Rezound which comes bundled with a stylish new, lightweight Beats headset and an 16GBmicroSD memory card is slated to be available through Verizon Wireless and Best Buy starting November 14 for $299.99, based on a new 2-year service agreement.
Complete the full review in just a beat… the promo of groundbreaking HTC Rezound ~BeatsAUDIO.
- HTC Evo 4G LTE
The HTC Evo 4G is perhaps Sprint’s most important phone ever. When it was released in 2010, it was Sprint’s best phone by a long shot, and one of only a few truly great Android devices. Two years later, Sprint’s in dire need of another winner, and it’s searching far and wide: the company paid dearly to carry the iPhone, and is also now selling the Samsung Galaxy Nexus. Sprint’s next flagship phone, though, might be another Evo. HTC recently released its One series of devices, the One X (available on AT&T) and the One S (for T-Mobile). Sprint gets the Evo 4G LTE, a variant of the One X with some Evo-style design and feature tweaks, but all the same specs that made us think the One X is among the best smartphones ever made.
The $199 (with contract, natch) Evo 4G LTE has a 1.5GHz dual-core Snapdragon S4 processor, 1GB of RAM, an 8-megapixel camera, a huge 4.7-inch Super LCD… and a freaking kickstand. It also has an LTE radio inside; that won’t do you much good for now, but Sprint’s currently readying its LTE network, and this phone will be ready for it on day one. The sum of those parts in the One X (minus the kickstand) made for one of our favorite phones yet — can lightning strike again with the Evo 4G LTE? Let’s find out.
The camera software is one of the best things about Sense 4.0, the latest version of HTC’s Android UI skin. Once again, little’s changed from the One X — it’s the best Sense yet, but it’s still not as good as stock Android. There are a handful of things that are legitimately worse — the default keyboard is bad, the 3D multitasking menu is much less efficient, and there’s often wasted screen real estate because there are capacitive menu keys rather than on-screen buttons. The biggest problem, though, is that it disrupts an otherwise cohesive and beautiful Android design aesthetic. Android 4.0 finally infused design into the entire operating system, and Sense (and any UI skin, for that matter) undoes some of that work. HTC’s been telling anyone who will listen about how toned down Sense 4.0 is, and that’s certainly the case, but it’s not yet to the point where I’m in favor of using it.
There’s a lot less bloatware on the Evo than on AT&T’s One X or T-Mobile’s One S, and some of it is actually really useful. Dropbox comes preloaded, and upon signing in you’ll actually be given 25GB of free online storage — that’s pretty awesome. Google Wallet also comes preinstalled, and works with the Evo’s NFC chip. There’s the usual cadre of carrier- and HTC-installed apps like Watch and Sprint Zone, but Sprint showed definite restraint here, and the phone feels much cleaner for it.
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