Phone software and apps
the best IT outsourcing

New Mobile Phones – Technology At Your Finger Tips

In the telecom sector, the mobile phone industry continues to drive growth as mobile phone users are increasing at a very rapid rate. Due to the rising consumers’ demand, new mobile phones are getting weaved with a host of multi-chord tones, color screens, and enhanced services.

The latest new mobile phones are always in the public eye and people are very eager to grab the latest edition of mobile phones whenever these gizmos hit the market. In the latest edition, check out the newest phone – the Samsung SLM, a lightweight clamshell cell phone that’s designed for music and multimedia. The phone is AT&T’s first to include Napster Mobile, a new service that allows subscribers to search a catalog of five million songs, preview snippets of songs, and download them wirelessly.

In addition to Napster Mobile, the SLM includes other features, such as AT&T Video Share, stereo Bluetooth, a 2.0-megapixel camera with video capture, and expandable memory through a MicroSD card slot. The phone also will be the first to come pre-loaded with a mobile banking application.

The other new cell phone which has changed the way of many manufacturers is iPhone. And if we talk about iPhone, one of them is Asus which has rolled out its new ‘Asus Aura’ which looks to be inspired from the Apple iPhone.

This very luxury looking gizmo will be equipped with a 2-megapixel camera, HSDPA, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 2.0 and a MicroSD expansion slot so that you don’t run out of memory. The device has a 3.9-inch touch screen that goes along the body of the phone. The screen also has a movable d-pad that can act as a separator for the screen. It also comes equipped with a sliding QWERTY keyboard and measures just 6mm.

Apart from that if we think about slim mobile phone then Motorola’s RAZR is the king of all thin mobile phones. And Motorola is finally out with its new Motorola RAZR 2 in the market. The features include external music controls, hap tics for tactile feedback when external touch screen keys are pressed, a full HTML browser, 2 mega-pixel camera, the full suite of Bluetooth profiles, Windows Media Player sync, a 2-inch QVGA external display, 2.2-inch QVGA internal display, and twice the screen resolution of the original RAZR. Plus, it will be the second to use Motorola’s new Linux-based platform (the first being the Z6). It includes something Moto is calling “Crystal Talk” technology that automatically adjusts volume and tone based on ambient noise.

To end with, I can only say that new innovating mobile phones are emerging in a big way on the global platform and are attributing to great changes in consumer preferences.

Comments are closed.