LG Optimus Black’s 4-inch capacitive NOVA display screen is as bright as an AMOLED – reaching up to 700cd/m2 – but with increased battery efficiency, thanks to “luminance reduction technology”. The 480 x 800p display is indeed beautifully bright and clear, perfectly fine indoors or out, even in the most direct sunlight we came across while testing. The slightly metallic back cover is smooth, and the phone’s few soft keys are well-blended into the chassis, giving it a minimalist aesthetic. We have to say, however, that a few of the edges felt a little too rough, detracting from the overall feel of the phone. checkout
Samsung Galaxy Gio S5660 Android Powered Smartphone, just in time for official unveiling of the same at forthcoming Mobile World Congress 2011, that is powered by Qualcomm QCT MSM7227-1 Turbo 800 MHz processor and runs Android 2.2 Froyo. The Samsung Galaxy Gio S5660 smartphone is Quad-band GSM: 850, 900, 1800, 1900 dual-band 3G HSDPA: 900, 2100 ready device which is powered by 800 MHz Qualcomm QCT MSM7227-1 Turbo Processor and features 158MB RAM with microSD card supporting 32GB expandable memory allowing practically unlimited entries contact phonebook and SMS memory. Checkout
With the release of the BlackBerry 9000 Bold, BlackBerry has made the move from a brand that benefited utilitarian needs to one that has the design and features of many high-class cell phones. Naturally, the ability to remotely access email is still the defining feature of thisunlocked Blackberry, but the improved user interface and QWERTY keyboard make this version an absolute joy to use. The new user interface gives all the icons you know and love a clean edge without changing the initial theme of the pictures. Checkout
The latest TouchWiz interface to put users in control of the Samsung S5260 Star II. It’s the feature phone variety of TouchWiz rather than the Bada OS but, with added multitasking and improved homescreen, Bada won’t be badly missed.A sequel to a bestseller, the Samsung S5260 Star II has good genes and a lot to live up to. Building on a successful recipe is a shortcut to success and that’s exactly what Samsung have done with the Star follow-up. There are always ups and downs to buying a phone in this class – here’s the list of pros and cons for the Samsung S5260 Star II.