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When it comes to the smart phone market, the choices have been somewhat limited in recent years as the market begins to take a more defined shape and options widen across the board for those who want a greater level of utility in their phones. It is a definite step in the right direction that the Samsung Jet has to offer to those who want a phone which is far more than simply a communications device. Instead, the Jet offers a wide range of media rich features in an intelligent package that many consumers find perfect for the needs of both their viewing pleasure and their budget. With an 800mhz processor, the phone functions nearly to the level of a personal computer and offers video viewing on a large screen that is sure to please even the most skeptical in the new media market.
One of the strongest aspects of the Jet is that it grants a tremendous level of power for video processing while still having a touch screen interface which is rapidly becoming the standard for today’s smart phones. In the past, a company could have gotten away with a simple slide out keyboard interface, but Samsung has decided to push the envelope and develop a product which can directly compete with the seemingly all powerful iPhone that has dominated the smart phone market for so long. It is definitely a great idea to offer such strong video viewing capabilities as web 2.0 becomes the dominate force is browsing behavior and continues to hold sway over the masses.
These days, the old utility style mobile phone that simple makes calls, takes SMS messages and captures photos with a built in camera is out the door, this is the new age of mobile phones and there are a huge amount of innovations headed our way. Chief among these is Nokia, a phone maker that has been bringing out impressive technology for quite some time. Users love the look of the Nokia X6 ‘candy bar’ style phone that is nothing if not chock full of goodness that is sure to please just about any mobile phone fan. Instead of a utility basic unit, this time the phone is jammed full of 32 gigs of memory and ready to compete with even Apple’s super powered hold on the mobile phone market. The innovation level is stunning reviewers worldwide who have been commenting that this latest model just may call for a revolution of sorts.
Those who want to be able to store a great deal of audio tracks and video files are going to find that there is more than enough room on the new X6 and plenty of space to spare, even for the most die hard users of the phone. The fact is, there are very few phones on the market today which can compete with the storage capacity of this new model and that alone is bound to make it stand out on the shelves - in a truly fantastic way. Consumers are expected to be snatching up these units nearly as quickly as they hit the stores.
Rampant innovation is certainly a crucial factor in today’s wildly competitive mobile phone market and consumers definitely stand to benefit in more ways than one from this blistering level of rapid development that we are seeing all across the mobile phone world. More than ever, consumers are demanding a host of great features such as the Nokia n900 delivers without missing a beat. Some analysts are saying that the phone is practically a mini laptop due to the massive levels of power it boasts and its incredibly easy to read screen that makes video look much better than prior standards of mobile phone screens could ever have offered. With a new microprocessor designed to minimize hogging of the battery, the phone is set to offer quite a lot of usage time without falling victim to the short spans associated with most resource heavy mobile units.
This level of design intelligence is really rocking the tech world and the gadget itself definitely appears that it is going to take the market by storm. With a 5 megapixel camera, consumers can take crystal clear shots, store them and even share them straight to a variety of web based applications such as Facebook or other social networking platforms they make frequent use of. Playing directly into the hands of consumers will definitely pay off for Nokia as the company has been known for brilliant tech in recent years, optimizing their products for every day use. More is expected to come, but the n900 looks to experts as if it genuinely raises the bar for these impressive phones.
In the latest war between mobile phone makers, Sony Ericsson has announced that it is going to go all out with its latest release, the Sony Ericsson X10, a beast of a phone that is loaded with all kinds of features that consumers, especially among the heavily tech savvy, have been craving for quite some time now. It does appear that the electronics giant will be trouncing competition with this model that offers, among other things, the use of Google’s Android operating system. The new OS will certainly improve on what Google has learned by studying Apple’s OS for the iPhone and Google intends to do its best to give the kind of OS that will allow it to compete for a share of the mobile phone OS market the way it has in the search engine industry. All signs point to this offering a key level of competitiveness for the X10.
While rarely backing down from a challenge, Sony surprised analysts by having an 8.1 mega pixel camera built into their latest phone, a real leap forward from the 5 mega pixel expectations that are more or less standard at this time. That leads to a range of usability that is far higher than is commonly had in most mobile phones today. This is definitely a big plus in the growing web 2.0 sphere where users are exchanging photos in ever increasing numbers and demanding better technology with which to capture the images of their lives. Sony is certainly set to hit a home run, if not a grand slam, with their latest offering.
The market for smart phones and personal computing devices, particularly the hand held variety, continues to blur with the arrival of the new HTC HD2, a device lauded as truly revolutionary in its offerings. Those consumers who have been seeking out innovation when it comes to web browsing have expressed quite a bit of contentment with the new device simply because it unchains them from the WiFi limitations of geographical radius and allows them to rely on their own cellular modem which comes built in to the HD2. This is a big step for phone manufacturers that have traditionally be somewhat slow to embrace the changing nature of the web. Not only will the HD2 have far more processing power and Adobe Flash Player on its side, it is allowing true mobile web connections through broadband, a major improvement over its competition’s offerings.
Another massive selling point for the smart phone is the fact that it acts as computer in more ways than just its capabilities, offering consumers a screen that is much larger than anything else on the market today. This more closely emulates the experience that those browsing the web are more familiar with, such as a laptop or netbook computer. The better browsing capabilities of the HTC HD2 are heightened with the customizable keyboard, as well, making the entire experience closer to what experts have been forecasting for the last few years. The HD2 is definitely a forward step into new territory that is going to change the way consumers interact with the web using their phones.