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LG GW620 Sensational Smart phone

LG GW620 is a 3G capable slide opening touch screen mobile phone devised with a large number of high quality features. It is also known as LG Eve. The sensational device will certainly spellbound the users with its stunning looks, camera, connectivity, web browsing, messaging services and so on.

Looks
The phone carries Blue on Black colored casing which has smooth & tactile finish. Users can carry it with ease as well as can place it in pocket without any trouble as it is only of 127 grams and its casing measurements are 106 x 55 x 12 mm. LG GW620 comes fitted with 3.0 inches Thin Film Transistor resistive touch screen which offers 320×480 pixels image resolution and exhibits 256k colors. You will be glad to know that the device is comprised with full QWERTY keyboard with Accelerometer sensor for auto-rotate that will help you to input text at high speed.

Stay connected
This stunning phone encompasses almost all latest connectivity features including 3G HSDPA, HSUPA, Micro USB, Bluetooth (v2.0 with A2DP), WLAN Wi-Fi, GPRS (Class 12) & EDGE (Class 10).

LG GW620 is a communication & messaging focused phone and without any trouble users can send and receive SMS, MMS, Email, Instant Messaging & Push Email. Besides they can also stay connected with their online friends, watch updated news as well as get weather details through WAP 2.0 browser included in the gadget which supports XHTML, HTML web experience.

Capture your memorable moments
To let the users capture their precious moments LG has loaded the gadget with 5 mega pixel camera with Auto Focus, Digital Zoom, LED flash, Geo-tagging, face detection, image stabilizer. By using this camera images can be captured at 2560 x 1920 pixels resolution and videos can be recorded in D1(720×480) @30fps.

Entertainment on the Go
To keep the users entertain all the time there are various features in LG GW620 like Stereo FM radio with RDS, music player, video player. Music formats supported by the music player include MP3, MP4, AAC, AAC+, EAAC+ & WMA. Apart form these, Java™, motion based & Downloadable Games can also be played to utilize the spare time.

Source: http://themobileblog.co.uk/

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LG GW820 eXpo new phone for AT&T with a Mobile Projector

LG announced about this phone in 2009 December and still they haven’t released it. LG GW820 eXpo is an AT&T phone. It has a 3.2 inch resistive touch screen and a slider mechanism full QWERTY keypad. The internal memory of this phone is 128MB and it supports up to 16GB memory cards. 
In connectivity side, LG GW820 eXpo supports 7.2MBP/s HSDPA and it has both Bluetooth and Wi-Fi. Even this phone looks like a regular one; it has a 1GHz processor. I think this is the first 1GHz phone of LG. also GW820 eXpo runs with Microsoft Windows Mobile 6.5 Professional OS.
The main camera of this phone is 5MP and it comes with a LED flash. It supports VGA video recording as well. As I mentioned in the title, LG GW820 eXpo has a built in mobile projector. LG also says this phone has a Smart Sensor fingerprint recognition feature. But still they haven’t announced much information about these two features.

Source: http://bestnewphones.blogspot.com/

Motorola BACKFLIP

As you can see in these pictures, this phone is almost similar to apple iphone in design. but it’s a new Motorola phone called Motorola BACKFLIP. They announced about this phone in this January and it will be available soon. the special thing of this phone is it has a full QWERTY key pad. Motorola BACKFLIP has a 3.1 inch display which is little bit smaller than iphone’s screen.
This phone has a new interface called MOTOBLUR UI. and it runs with Google Android OS. also Motorola BACKFLIP supports up to 32GB memory cards and comes with a 2GB memory card. in connectivity side it supports 7.2MBP/s HSDPA and has Bluetooth and Wi-Fi. 
the main camera of this phone is 5Mp and it supports 24fps HVGA video recording. Motorola BACKFLIP has a GPS receiver with A-GPS support. Its microphone is special because it has noise cancellation feature. 

Source: http://bestnewphones.blogspot.com/

Lenovo LePhone Announced!

Lenovo LePhone was announced at CES 010 and it’s Lenovo’s first smartphone. It is powered by Android and meant for the Chinese market.

The features of the phone include:

  • Android 2.1
  • WCDMA, 3.7″ AMOLED Touch screen with 800*480 Resolution
  • 12mm Thickness, 60mm Width
  • Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, GPS
  • 3 Megapixel Camera, Secondary Video Call Camera

Though the device runs the latest version of Android, 2.1, it wont be compatible with current Android applications or support Android market. It supports widgets and has an iPhone like menu structure. There are no keys and it relies simply on gestures on a secondary touch panel below the screen.

There will be several accessories for the phone including add-ons such as QWERTY keyboards, secondary battery, speakers etc. It is expected to be released in China during the 1t half of 2010.

There is no news of a US release. So for now it looks like its meant for China only. Probably in the future, it might be released or Lenovo might come up with something else for the rest of the world.

Source: http://www.fonearena.com/

BlackBerry Storm 2 to blow in this week

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Research In Motion’s BlackBerry Storm 2 will be available to Verizon Wireless customers Wednesday, according to the carrier.
Like its predecessor, the BlackBerry Storm 2 will feature a touch screen. Unlike the BlackBerry Storm, though, the Storm 2’s SurePress “clickable” display doesn’t actually move (except for around corners). Instead, the display provides an electronic feedback that mimics the feeling of a click. It also features multi-touch support, allowing users to click two keys (like shift plus a letter) on the virtual keyboard at the same time.
Aside from a revamped touch screen, the Storm 2 offers built-in Wi-Fi and EV-DO Revision A. The Storm 2 provides global support, allowing users to make calls and get 3G data overseas, thanks to an included SIM card. The phone comes with 256MB of flash memory, and 2GB of “onboard” memory. It also ships with a 16GB MicroSD card.
The Storm 2 runs BlackBerry OS 5.0. According to Verizon, the new software will improve the device’s typing and selection accuracy. It also features more use of animations.
The Storm 2 has a 3.2-megapixel camera and video recording. The phone comes with BlackBerry Maps, which allows users to access turn-by-turn directions and maps, and to find local businesses. RIM has also included Verizon’s VZ Navigator service, which adds voice-guided directions, but costs an additional $9.99 per month.
Like some of the latest BlackBerry smartphones, the Storm 2 will provide access to the BlackBerry App World. It also supports Verizon’s tethering service.
The phone features a removable battery that, according to Verizon Wireless, will offer up to 5.5 hours of talk time. It asserts that the battery will last for 11 days on standby.
When the Storm 2 hits store shelves for $179.99 after a $100 mail-in rebate, both RIM and Verizon will be hoping that users have forgotten about the mistakes made in the original BlackBerry Storm. That phone’s touch screen and software annoyances yielded some unhappy customers. It also failed to break three stars in a CNET review last year.
That said, Bonnie Cha at CNET Reviews had an opportunity to check out a near-final version of the Storm 2 recently. According to Cha, the Storm 2’s SurePress touch screen is much improved over its predecessor. She was also happy to see Wi-Fi make its way to the follow-up smartphone. Still, she found that the software reset spontaneously at times and that, overall, the GPS performance was sub-par.

Research In Motion’s BlackBerry Storm 2 will be available to Verizon Wireless customers Wednesday, according to the carrier.
Like its predecessor, the BlackBerry Storm 2 will feature a touch screen. Unlike the BlackBerry Storm, though, the Storm 2’s SurePress “clickable” display doesn’t actually move (except for around corners). Instead, the display provides an electronic feedback that mimics the feeling of a click. It also features multi-touch support, allowing users to click two keys (like shift plus a letter) on the virtual keyboard at the same time.Aside from a revamped touch screen, the Storm 2 offers built-in Wi-Fi and EV-DO Revision A. The Storm 2 provides global support, allowing users to make calls and get 3G data overseas, thanks to an included SIM card. The phone comes with 256MB of flash memory, and 2GB of “onboard” memory. It also ships with a 16GB MicroSD card.The Storm 2 runs BlackBerry OS 5.0. According to Verizon, the new software will improve the device’s typing and selection accuracy. It also features more use of animations.
The Storm 2 has a 3.2-megapixel camera and video recording. The phone comes with BlackBerry Maps, which allows users to access turn-by-turn directions and maps, and to find local businesses. RIM has also included Verizon’s VZ Navigator service, which adds voice-guided directions, but costs an additional $9.99 per month.Like some of the latest BlackBerry smartphones, the Storm 2 will provide access to the BlackBerry App World. It also supports Verizon’s tethering service.
The phone features a removable battery that, according to Verizon Wireless, will offer up to 5.5 hours of talk time. It asserts that the battery will last for 11 days on standby.
When the Storm 2 hits store shelves for $179.99 after a $100 mail-in rebate, both RIM and Verizon will be hoping that users have forgotten about the mistakes made in the original BlackBerry Storm. That phone’s touch screen and software annoyances yielded some unhappy customers. It also failed to break three stars in a CNET review last year.That said, Bonnie Cha at CNET Reviews had an opportunity to check out a near-final version of the Storm 2 recently. According to Cha, the Storm 2’s SurePress touch screen is much improved over its predecessor. She was also happy to see Wi-Fi make its way to the follow-up smartphone. Still, she found that the software reset spontaneously at times and that, overall, the GPS performance was sub-par.

Source:- http://news.cnet.com/