27 Oct The Skinny On The Latest And Greatest Cell Phones Available For Your Talking Pleasure
There are some great new cell phones on the market at the moment. There are some real innovations in the world of cell phone technology that will push back the barriers even further, making phones as easy to use and multi tasking as possible. Nokia has just introduced the E62 to be in direct competition with the Blackberry email phone that is so well used by business clients.
It also haws a 320×240 screen that has over 16 million colors and a backlit QWERTY keyboard. The email options include Good mobile messaging and Blackberry connect, so it should be able to integrate well with businesse that already use this type of technology. It also also has the capability to use mini SD memory cards.
The new Cingular 3125 cell phone is a great looking design that is a winows capable flip phone. It uses Window 5.0 and is also quadband gsm ready. Most Windows phones are not so stylish, so there should be a ready market for the Cingular cell phones. It also has a SD micro memory card slot and 128mn Rom and 64 MB ram. It also comes with Bluetooth and an Mp3 player. The screen is a bit small for any real surfing, but it is a great looking phone and the Windows function could be very handy.
They latest Samsung phone is the ultra thin P3190 credit card phone. It is an incredibly thin phone is only just over 8mm wide and it truly lives up to its name of the credit card phone. It is also very lightweight at only 75 gms. But it still has a good-sized screen at 1.9 ".It is in stylish black and the new modern design is sure to have a wider appeal than the older model. It also has an MP4 and video player that has an 80mb memory. also has messaging features and is, of course, bluetooth integrated. But the real feature of this phone is the size and that is its major selling point.
There are some great new phones going on to the market. The new smart phones look set to bring even more technology to the handset and the companies are planning more innovations beyond that. So do not expect to be able to still look at the cutting edge of technology with your new phone in a year's time, it will be old technology by then.
By Tim Gorman