Nokia X6 is the advanced Xseries phones from Nokia. So far, Nokia has been manufacturing music phones in the midrange line of phones. However, Nokia X6 is also the first XpressMusic phone that has high-end features. The phone has 3.2 inches capactive touchscreen display with a resolution of 360 x 480 pixels and supports 16 million colors. The clarity of the display is quite amazing and can viewed clearly under direct sunlight.
HTC Desire is one of the most desirable phones of HTC. However, it has an uncanny resemblance to Google Nexus One. HTC Desire is by far the most powerful Android phones HTC has manufactured till date. HTC Desire has metal framing around the display and the back is made up of plastic. Hence, it does not appear to be a sturdy phone. The memory card and SIM card are placed beneath the battery; hence, you are required to take out the battery in order to access the microSD and SIM card.
Google is all set to start the new year with a bang with its first smart phone release – Nexus One.
A full touch screen smartphone based on the Android OS, this phone is touted to be the iPhone killer (really? there has been too many ‘iPhone killers’, but none has lived up to expectations, so far).
No hardware specifications are available as yet, but it has been confirmed to be manufactured by HTC.
The unlocked Nexus One is said to be available straight from Google via http://www.google.com/phone (not live at time of posting, but keep a look out) at the price of US$530, and it is also available in US with a T-mobile plan.
BlackBerry Bold has been a breakthrough product offering from BlackBerry being the first of its models to feature the 3G HSDPA. It has also been dubbed as the ‘faster’ cousin of all the other models in the BlackBerry family and much of this is due to the 624 MHz CPU processing that it offers. As a result, it combines faster operations along with having a tough built and the presence of some innovative features, making it the best-packaged smartphone on offer.
One of the more popular smartphone, other than the famed iPhone, is the Blackberry Storm. Now, it comes with a revolutionary touch screen that can provide users with tactile feedback when confirming menus and selection. It is a dual-mode functional phone that can also be used as an international phone. It has world-roaming features so you can take with you on your travel across countries. Because it is a smartphone, you can check your e-mail and browse the Internet with this handset. It can also double up as integrated wireless cellular modem.
If you are looking for alternatives for a touchscreen phone aside from the ever-popular iPhone, you can try getting your hands on a HTC Touch Pro 2. It’s a great smartphone working on a Windows Mobile 6.0 platform. If you are a lover of touchscreen features, you can glide your fingers unto its 3.6 inches TouchFLO 3D interface screen. It also has the revolutionary HTC Internet Push Technology, among other features this phone can boast of.
Nokia N96 belongs to the premium and extremely coveted set of the Nokia N series.
The Nokia N96 is a wonderfully designed smart phone compatible with 3G networks. The most outstanding feature of the Nokia N96 has to go to its 16GB internal memory space for storage. With such storage capacity and options on your phone, you will almost never run of space (disclaimer: for an average user) to store your music and video. However, if you ever run out of space, the microSD expansion slot supports up to an additional 8GB worth of data storage.