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  • The Sony Ericsson U100i Yari is opening the rest of the world mobile phone market to the concept of gesture gaming, which has previously only been on models sold in Japan.  Already loaded with a wide game variety quickly accessible from the desktop including gesture, motion and standard games, the Yari also makes it easy to view and download new games from the PlayNow arena.  Already familiar to the US via the Nintendo Wii gaming system, gesture gaming interprets your movements to play the game, rather than pressing a couple buttons like on standard games.  On the entertainment front, the Sony Ericsson U100i Yari also includes an FM stereo with RDS access and a strong music player with stereo speakers for easy listening.  A music call feature allows you to share your favorite music tracks with friends while you talk on the phone.  The 5MP camera takes excellent pictures and video footage and includes a photo/video light, geo-tagging, face and smile detection, and image stabilization. 


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    A candybar style model with slider for built in keypad, the Sony Ericsson U100i Yari, boasts several features outside of the entertainment front as well. An accelerometer sensor changes the 2.4” display from portrait to landscape depending on how the phone is held up.  For owners who find the 60MB of internal memory to be inadequate, microSD card data storage is available and supported up to an additional 16GB of memory.  On a more practical side, the Sony Ericsson U100i Yari is Bluetooth capable and has GPS support with Wayfinder Navigation.  On a 2G network the battery can last up to 10 hours of talk time or 450 hours on standby.  A strong blend of practical and entertainment features will please anyone who purchases the Sony Ericsson U100i Yari and with all of the unique gaming features even non-gamers may find themselves trying to beat their best score on tennis, boxing, or another of the great games.



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  • Review of the Motorola EM30 Cherry Red
    Posted on October 30, 2009 by Pure Mobile

    Anyone looking for a sleek solution to their phone and music storing needs could easily fall in love with the Motorola EM30 Cherry Red.  Thin, light with a striking color scheme of red, and black, this candy bar style device covers the grounds of both phone and portable music player well.  A button activates Motorola’s unique Modeshift Technology to illuminate the keypad and switch the device back and forth between phone and music player.  With the addition of up to an 8GB microSD card, literally thousands of songs can be stored on the Motorola EM30 Cherry Red, and if you happen to tire of your own music, there is always a great variety accessible through the full service FM radio.  A standard headphones jack is built into the phone, so you can use your favorite headphones to listen to music wherever you find yourself.  The screen is purposely a landscape display to make browsing on the HTML Java-enabled browser more accurate, and Windows Media Player compatibility gives you the freedom to easily download music from almost any of your own favorite music download sites quickly.


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    In addition to the music player functions, Motorola EM30 Cherry Red also provides the basics for talking and texting.  Bluetooth compatibility, voice dial, and voice memo are all features that can make life easier for those who need and learn how to use them. The device stores up to 1000 unique contacts with multiple phone numbers, and a running call log with the 20 each of the most recent missed, outgoing, and incoming calls.  A 2MP camera with 8X digital zoom is included and is simple to use. The standard Li-ion battery gets a decent 6 hours of talk time or 300 hours of standby.  Wide varieties of ringtones are preloaded, and the device supports polyphonic, MP3 and AAC ringtone files, so that customization of ringtone style could not be easier.  Motorola sums up the phone nicely in their own catchphrase: “…the Motorola EM30 (Cherry Red) connects the sounds that matter most: family, friends, and favorite artists.”



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  • HTC Pure Review & Features
    Posted on October 29, 2009 by Pure Mobile

    Windows Mobile 6.5 makes its debut with the HTC Pure, a sharp-looking phone utilizing the convenience of a touch screen interface.  Physical controls are limited to four core buttons including Talk, Back, End, and Windows, a zoom slider on the front face, volume control on the side, and a power/lock button located on the top.  The 3.2-inch touch screen is a nice size for browsing and is capable of great resolution up to 800x480.  Wi-Fi capabilities further simplify web browsing and dual browsers gives the user the choice between Opera Mobile for a basic browser and Internet Explorer Mobile 6.5 software for a fuller, more desktop-like browsing experience including support for Adobe Flash.  GPS and Bluetooth compatibility are both included on the HTC Pure and simplify your gadget needs.  The device boasts the same 5MP camera with digital zoom, touch auto-focus and video recording as its predecessor, the Diamond 2.  Although lacking in on-board storage with only 144MB of data storage built in, a cleverly hidden microSD card slot beneath the battery can accommodate up to an additional 16MB of storage space.


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    One thing HTC Pure users will certainly appreciate is the consolidation of all communication logs under each contact.  The full communication history is included whether it is by e-mail, text, or call log, stored for easy to access, and separated by contact.  Easy access to the Windows Marketplace makes it easy to customize the HTC Pure with new functions to meet each individual’s needs, and purchases made are conveniently added to your monthly phone bill so that security isn’t an issue.  The HTC Pure has certainly also delivered in the area of price; for a Smartphone with touch screen experience with access to great features at a more affordable price, check out the HTC Pure and you won’t be disappointed.


    Check out the HTC Pure available at PureMobile.com


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  • Nokia 5630 XpressMusic Review
    Posted on October 28, 2009 by Pure Mobile

    Music and media lovers everywhere are falling in love with the new Nokia 5630 XpressMusic.  The device features a rare voice recognition system that will play artists, songs, videos, and games just by telling it what you want to do.  The standard microSD card included with the phone is 4GB and should hold up to 3000 tracks, but it can be switched out for a 16GB microSD card for music lovers who find the generous 4GB still is not enough.  An FM radio is also included on the phone, as well as an excellent media player providing top-notch audio quality.  Wi-Fi capability makes managing your music collection a breeze with easy access to the Nokia Music Store for easy purchasing of new music and the Nokia Music for PC software making transfer of your existing music collection as easy as drag and drop.  Voice dial and commands can prove to be very convenient features for those who take the time to learn how to use them.


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    The Nokia 5630 XpressMusic phone features are practical and efficient as well, such as quick access to all recent communications with your 20 closest contacts including emails, text messages, photos shared and phone logs in one place.  A 3.2MP camera with flash also comes standard and is perfect for quickly sharing photos on the most popular social networking internet sites, many of which also happen to be easily accessible with software included on the phone.  The device also boasts an N-Gage game catalogue of leading publisher’s mobile games and the ability to have multi-player challenges. USB charging can be quite convenient when open power outlets are hard to come by, and allows you to load music files onto the device without the purchase of another gadget. Developers continue making new phones more compact, and the Nokia 5630 XpressMusic is no exception to this rule.  The Nokia 5630 XpressMusic is sleek and user friendly and comes packed with a long list of solid features you cannot get anywhere else.


    More information on the Nokia 5630 XpressMusic is available at PureMobile.com.



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  • Verizon Set To Offer Blackberry Storm2
    Posted on October 26, 2009 by Pure Mobile

    The soon to be released Blackberry Storm2 is the highly anticipated improvement on the original. In a previous post we shared our thoughts about the phone and the new features to expect with this version. At the time we only had an estimate of when it was going to be released here in the US. Well, we just got word that the Blackberry Storm2 is set to be available to Verizon business customers as early as Wednesday (October 26th).


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    Pricing is set to be $179.99 after a $100 mail-in rebate on a 2 year contract. Rest assured many of the die hard Blackberry fans will be lining up to get this phone. Many are anxious to use the new SurePress touch screen technology and built-in Wi-fi included with the Blackberry Storm2.


    Source: Boy Genius Report



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  • Acer beTouch E200 Review & Features
    Posted on October 20, 2009 by Pure Mobile

    There are new smartphones on the market recently released by Acer that cater to both the casual user who enjoys features and tech savvy users who are looking for the bells and whistles. Divided up into two categories, Acer has has come out with the beTouch and neoTouch series.


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    The above picture is the Acer beTouch E200, it has a touchscreen and is based on the Qualcomm processor. The bundled camera is 3 megapixel and the operating system is based on Windows Mobile 6.5. The beTouch E200 is Buletooth 2.1 ready and supports quadband GSM and dualband HSDPA. A nice feature to this touchscreen phone is the slide-down numeric keyboard that allows for easy dialing that is sometimes an issue with touchscreen based phones.


    The Acer beTouch E200 is already available in the UK with a price tag of £225 or $358 usd. No word on availability but as with other Acer products, their entry into North America is sure to be a competitive one with feature rich smartphones at an affordable price.



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  • Quick Look at the Blackberry Storm2
    Posted on October 15, 2009 by Pure Mobile

    There has been a lot of buzz lately about the highly anticipated Blackberry Storm2. Most have been wondering what improvements have been made and if they are significant enough to make an impact in the industry. Based on the specs we’ve sourced, apparently the Blackberry Storm2 is a good update to the Storm. Some of the new features include a 3.25’’ display with HVGA technology, 3.2 mega pixel auto focus camera, built-in GPS receiver and will be available in both CDMA and 3G networks with HSPA. The Blackberry Storm2 has a battery life of 13 – 15 standby and 5-6 hours talk time depending on the version you go with.


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    Vodafone just released information on pre-ordering the Storm2 on October 26th, the phone will initially be available in Europe and South Africa by Christmas most likely meaning it will be available early next year in North America. Based on the buzz around the Internet the Blackberry Storm2 should be a worthwhile update getting RIM closer to having a strong alternative to the iPhone.


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    Can you relate? Send us your comments / experience of something similar.



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  • It is official; the two remaining major players in the Canadian mobile phone industry will carry the iPhone. In two separate news releases, Bell Canada and Telus announced the launch of their new 3G network and partnerships with Apple that will allow them to carry the iPhone 3G and iPhone 3GS. There is no official date set for the release but both corporate websites suggest it will be available in November.


    With major mobile companies in Canada upgrading their network to support 3G, isn’t it time for Sprint and Verizon to do the same? We’re not sure but one thing is certain, they are missing a great opportunity with growing popularity of the iPhone. The fight should be over at this point and clearly 3G networks have won, it’s time to do right and get on the 3G bandwagon. The result for end users is more variety which in turn results in lower costs, more features and overall better innovation in Smartphones. Don’t hold your breathe but let’s see if Sprint and Verizon follow the lead of their northern counterparts.


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  • Blackberry Bold 9700
    Posted on September 23, 2009 by Pure Mobile

    So a first hand review of the Blackberry Bold 9700 has been posted by BoyGeniusReport.com and  it seems to be two thumbs up.  From what the review says this is going to be the best Blackberry phone to date.


    It's smaller then the Tour 9630 but bigger then the Curve 8900.  The Bold 9700 also does away with the trackball in favor of the trackpad that is found on the Curve 8520.  The testers seemed to love it.


    The screen is apparently a great screen.  Actually they said the best one yet of any Blackberry.  It's was clear and crisp and images seemed to float on the screen.


    Best of all the battery seems to have the longest life of any 3G phone currently on the market.


    I guess only time will tell what the phone is really like until it is finally released.  Expect to see it on PureMobile as soon as it is.


    Blackberry Blod 9700[image courtesy: BoyGeniusReport]

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