Now that 2011 has arrived, we must work out some new strategies to put money in our pouch all through the coming year. We suggest you trade in your old cell phone. If you do that, you won’t be the only person to be benefitted but many others will be benefitted also.
Particulars of the new Thunderbolt 4G cell from HTC have found their way onto the net. Initially named ‘Incredible HD’, its highlights are supposed to involve a 4.3 in. display, an 8 megapixel rear-facing camera, a dual-core 1.2GHz Qualcomm processor, as well as a whopping 5 megapixel front-facing camera; while the former also includes a dual-LED flash.
The Micro-USB Port is going to be the prototype for a general charger. This news is sure to be welcomed whole-heartedly by thousands of smartphone users, because there is almost nothing as bad as when you lose your own charger and can’t use a charger anyone else has.
FaceTime Video Calling is now accessible through 3G phones. This comes as good news if you own an iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch. However, you will require the recent most version of Skype messenger and voice software. This version of Skype shall be able to run on gadgets that use iOS 4 or a more advanced operating system.
A new type of cell phone virus has been identified by Lookout Cell Security, as reported by All Things Digital (AllThingsD). It is prone to attacking those cells which run the Android OS. It’s called by the name Geinimi. This virus has made its appearance in China, and has the capability of distorting a great amount of personal information before it could be send on to distant servers.
There is good news for Nokia as 2011 emerges. Indres, a research company, has printed a report that between 3.5 and 4 million Nokia N8 cell sets were sold from the time the Finnish company launched it previously this year.
The photos are not myth, but a reality. And it has surprised most cell nerds.
The HTC 7 Pro is the first Windows Phone 7 device in Europe. It stylises a QWERTY slide-out. It also features a 1GHz processor with 576MB Random Access Memory and 512MB Read Only Memory. People have liked its framework and some have described it as lustrous.
Not satisfied with its great array of smartphones that it offers, HTC, the Taiwanese electronics company, has made the decision to increase the variety of services offered by it.
Too much of snowfall is snatching all forms of recreation from me and I do really not like this. We have to remain satisfied with small trips in the car, that is, of course, if there are any trips happening at all. Almost all of the shopping had to be done at the local stores than at super-markets. Though it made Christmas dinner exciting, we had to spend a great deal of time being confined within the four walls of our home.
The novel appliance in question is the HTC Evo Shift 4G.
Many characteristics about the new mobile set cannot be discerned, but one can understand its sliding QWERTY keyboard from the pictures. The processor is also believed to be 800MHz.