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Top 3 Cell Phones

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Posted November 10, 2009 by Maryam in Cell Phones, Product Reviews

Cell Phones

The cell phone industry is one of the biggest developing industries of the world. Starting from the simple blue/black screen mobiles it has now come up to the brightly colored touch screens and not only this now a days the mobile phones are the carriers of one’s business, his connector for the friends and family in fact the whole world. Recently the race of Android phones has been started among the cell phone companies and the mobiles with Android OS are becoming the leaders of other mobiles.

Below are such world’s leading cell phones if you want to experience this magic then select one of them for you.

1. Apple iphone 3GS

Apple has claimed to launch the fastest mobile 3G series. This is not just the mobile phones it’s your jet fighter with which you can smash the whole world for you. Just over a year after Apple birthed the first iPhone, the long-awaited, next-generation iPhone 3G has arrived bearing a mildly tweaked design and a load of new features.

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Features:

The handset features the top class design with a very beautiful glossy black body.  The design might not be too much different from the 3G its inside where all the changes have happened, with Apple issuing a beefed-up CPU, new internal compass, larger capacities for storage, and improved optics for its camera.

More to the point, the release of the iPhone 3GS coincides with the launch of iPhone OS 3.0, a major jump from previous versions of the system software featuring highly sought after features like cut, copy, and paste, stereo Bluetooth, MMS, tethering, video recording, landscape keyboard options for more applications, and an iPhone version of Spotlight. At 3.5 inches and 480×320 pixels, the display is the same size as its predecessor, but displays slightly more dots per inch (163 vs.160), and still cranks out brilliant colors, sharp graphics, and fluid movements.

Limitations:

The iPhone’s 2-megapixel camera is one of the worst we have encountered, especially at this price point. The picture quality is average but it’s the bare-bones camera software that has disappointed us most. No flash, no auto-focus, no digital zoom, no adjustments in size or quality, no color filters. Other than that it lacks some very basic features like the life of the battery is very uneven. The 3G connection provided by the Apple iPhone is also very shaky. The synchronizing of the email has lots of faults associated with it.

2. Motorola Droid

Motorola has been never very consistent in providing the quality cell phones but with the DROID, the company has perhaps created its most attractive and intriguing piece of technology yet which will praised for years. At first glance you might not think that the Motorola Droid design amounts to much. Its build isn’t unique and the sharp angles result in a somewhat boxy look. But this is a Smartphone that holds a lot of surprises, the biggest being the positively gorgeous WVGA display and many more. The purchase of this cell phone has increased dramatically from the day when it was first launched.

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Features:

The features of Droid are just fantastic it redefines the smart phone becoming the first device built with Android 2.0. On Droid you will experience a PC-like browsing experience on a mobile device that has a massive high-resolution display, the thinnest touch QWERTY slider available, and twice the speed of the leading competitor. If you’re wondering about performance, you can breathe a sigh of relief… kind of. Yes, there is a noticeable bump in speed when switching applications on the phone, scrolling through lists, and generally getting any basic tasks done.

At 0.54 inch thick, the Droid is slightly beefier than the 0.48-inch-thick iPhone 3GS, but it still has room for a 40-key, slide-out QWERTY keypad. At just under 6 ounces, it’s about an ounce heftier than the iPhone 3GS. When closed, the 4.56-by-2.36-inch Droid is almost the same size as the 4.5-by-2.4-inch iPhone 3GS.

Limitations:

One bad feature is that of the keyboard though many users will welcome a physical keyboard, but still some weren’t particularly impressed. The keys are flush and squashed next to each other, which makes it difficult to text quickly or by feel. Also, though the buttons do give a slight downward “push,” they’re a bit slick and people felt thrown off by the “dummy keys” on either end of the bottom row. The Droid is also missing physical Talk and End keys, which are pretty much standard on every other cell phone ever made. You must access these controls from the call application.

3. HTC Hero

The gadget award holder of this year The HTC Hero is just a magical mobile expressing all its features in a magical way. It is not just a mobile it’s your guide when you feel lost, it’s your messenger connecting you to your loved ones, your browser keep you connected to the whole world, and your play station and many more. Even from the earliest days of leaked hardware shots and blurry demo videos of its UI, Smartphone fans seemed to agree that the company had finally achieved what has been missing in the world of Android.

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Features:

In terms of overall design and layout, the Hero is very much a product of evolution. Like its forebears the G1 (or Dream) and MyTouch (or Magic / Ion), the general stats like screen size, technology, and resolution, button placement, unit size and weight, and basic aesthetic are pure HTC. The Hero’s 5 megapixel camera is pretty darn amazing, we must say. Coming off of most devices with their paltry 3-or-so megapixel entries, it’s a real treat to have an onboard cam which can actually stand in for a proper shooter.

Limitations:

The phone is essentially limited to portrait use only; it would be nearly impossible to use the phone comfortably in landscape position because of the humongous “chin”. And also the arrangement of the keys [on the front] is very strange and looks like it will take some time to get used to.


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