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  • If you are looking for a great phone on a budget, then you might want to consider looking into the Unlocked LG Mobile Rumour Plus. It is a phone that provides all of the usual functionality that is usually provided with low end smart phones, but is very light at only 119 grams, and is very easy to use. The touch screen is only 2.4 inches, but gives you more than enough room to select options, and comes with an excellent QWERTY keyboard that is large enough so that you do not have to worry bout hitting keys that you did not intend to.


    It comes in two different color ways - blue on black, and red on black. The type sliding QWERTY keyboard is easily the biggest draw for a phone that also includes a two megapixel camera, which is far below the standard camera on most phones today. The battery life in terms of talk time minutes is currently sitting at around 240 minutes, with up to 270 hours of life if you are just letting it sit in 3G coverage on stand by.


    The phone book can hold up to a total of 1000 contacts, giving you more than enough room to store all of your friends and family. The internal memory is 16GB, stored on a microSD. Although the phone certainly can not stand up to the standards set by current mobile phones, it is a great little device for consumers on a budget who are looking to save some money, and is a popular choice for individuals that are in between smart phone purchases.


    LG has put together a solid budget phone that gives you all of the functionality of a normal smart phone without the hassles of a high price and features that you probably won’t use if you are considering the purchase of this Rumour Plus Unlocked handset. Look for LG to release more budget-minded phones throughout 2011, which is something they promised during the most recent Consumer Electronics Show.




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  • Firefox 4 Beta Released for Android
    Posted on February 3, 2011 by Pure Mobile

    Are you a fan of the Firefox browser on Android devices? If so, then you might be interested in giving test driving the fourth version of Firefox for Android machines such as HTC Desire unlocked, Samsung Captivate i897, etc. Keep in mind that Firefox may not be the most popular - or most stable browser for the devices, but it has managed to garner a huge following that swear by it.



    Mozilla knows that the data networks bottlenecking and adding extra seconds onto loading time is a big deal for most consumers who have grown accustomed to instant gratification when searching the web. They have toned down on the heaviness of their previous Firefox releases with Firefox 4, and have made the newest release completely about an increase in speed. They claim that the newest build of the browser will allow you to surf the web over three times faster than it did before. This information was obtained using the Kraken Javascript Benchmark, which is actually built by Mozilla so the results might be a little skewed, but it is good to see that Mozilla is focusing mostly on speed in the same way that Chrome did when it first came out.


    In the SunSpider test, which is a more popular platform that is not designed by Mozilla, Firefox 4 tends to be about twice as fast as the previous versions. Of course, you probably won’t notice the split second difference unless you are using Firefox 4 during heavily trafficked times of the day.



    Mozilla has also passed a total of 100 add on for mobile devices, which exponentially increases the feature list of the browser. Bringing their famous add-ons to their mobile browser is something that has attracted many of their desktop users that missed the functionality that they were used to having on their desktops. Some of these add ons include Ad Block Plus and User Agent Switcher, both of which are already stable and are running without any major issues according to tests and user reports thus far.


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  • T-Mobile has released information about the highly anticipated LG G-Slate, just days after information regarding the Unlocked Samsung Galaxy S Vibrant 4G announcement. The tablet was first shown just over a month ago at the Consumer Electronics Show, and will be available to consumers in the spring. The device will have some very interesting capabilities that should allow it to be one of the more popular devices on the market.


    The LG G-Slate will include a high definition 8.9 inch display that is capable of multi-touch technology. It will also be able to record 3D and full HD video, which is not something that we have previously seen from a tablet. It appears that the entry level tablet era has come and gone and now manufacturers are competing to include as many features as possible in their most recent announcements. The inclusion of these features should make the LG G-Slate one of the most highly anticipated tablets on the market during this upcoming spring.


    The device will also feature 720p HD video playback straight from the device as well as an HDMI output that will allow for 1080p HD content to be played on HD displays. As far as hardware goes, the G-Slate will feature a dual-core, NVIDIA Tegra 2 Processor that comes complete with 32GB of storage and will run on the Google Android 3.0, also known as Honeycomb, operating system. The tablet should start to gain momentum now that it has been announced, and could potentially take on some of the biggest names in the space, including the Motorola Xoom, when it is finally released.



    The fact that the tablet will be able to play high definition content on 3D TV’s should draw in users that own these television sets. So far, no tablet even similar to the LG Unlocked (G-Slate) has been announced thus far. It will certainly be interesting to see how well the tablet is able to perform in the first hands on testing sessions once we get a little bit closer to its release.




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  • As per one of the leading Unlocked Cell Phone Blog Site, Sprint has announced that they will be now allowing customers to roam abroad on 4G networks where they are available. The roaming so far is limited to Digicel, which is located in Jamaica, and Global Mobile, which is currently located in Taiwan. The devices will utilize the Sprint SmartView Connection Manager, which will allow the devices to detect when they are within reach of the networks. They will be able to connect to the roaming service utilizing a 24 hour day long pass for just $14.99. The announcement makes Sprint the first company to offer international 4G Roaming.


    The partnership goes to show that Sprint is committed to advancing their 4G support where applicable. The manager will allow for users to also utilize their Sprint connection, or international 4G roaming connection to connect to their desktops as well.


    “We are excited to be Sprint’s first 4G roaming partner in Asia and looking forward to extending this alliance to our partners around the world,” said Rosemary Ho, who is the CEO of Global Mobile.


    The partnership is the first of its kind to involve 4G networks and will allow for users to internationally roam on 4G networks. The current Sprint 4G network is found in 71 different markets in the Untied States. These markets include some very large cities including Los Angeles, Chicago, Denver, Houston and New York City. Sprint has continually expanded their 4G coverage, and is expected to continue their rapid expansion rate well into 2011.


    Although their international 4G roaming features are limited, you can take this announcement as the first of more to come that will hopefully expand their 4G coverage to other areas of the globe in the coming months. Digicel is currently offering 4G coverage in more than 32 different markets across the Caribbean, and Central America.


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  • In this day and age,  fixed line phones have become understandably less popular. However, that doesn’t mean that businesses and some individuals are still not going to look for fixed line solutions. A Japanese telecom company called Nakayo recently announced that they will be releasing an IP Home Phone that comes complete with an integrated 7 inch Android tablet like Unlocked Samsung Galaxy Tab. This allows users to receive a call and pick up the handset in order to speak.



    If you would like to make a call, all you have to do is pick up the handset and use the touch screen tablet device that is connected to the handset in order to make a call.  You also will not have to use the handset in order to make a call. Instead, you can take the tablet out of the device, walk around with it, and speak into the microphone, all while using the Android tablet to complete other tasks.


    The tablet will be able to be used completely independently from the handset itself, and can also be used to browse the web. The tablet will also come with features, including a front facing video camera that will allow you to make video calls. The tablet feature Wi-Fi IEEE802.11b/g, with an exceptional touch screen that displays in 800x480 resolution and will feature a camera and a USB port.



    The company will likely mostly target businesses with this device, since most individuals and homes are getting rid of their home phone and are not taking one on. It is an interesting device that could be the first in a line of many home phones that come complete with a tablet. The company has said that they hope to sell more than 30,000 devices within two years, but it is clear that this device, and similar devices, have the potential for much more.


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  • Reports about unlocked cell phones with projectors have run rampant in recent years. The first reports were first seen in October 2008. These reports stated that developers were already working on a design that would bring a mobile device with a built in projector to Japan in the coming months. This project has taken a little bit longer than expected, but Japan’s biggest mobile carrier, NTT Docomo announced today that they would be offering the new handset with built in projection starting on Friday.


    It will be the first phone that allows users to project images on to wall and screens, and could be the start of a revolution in the mobile industry. The device, which is called the Sharp SH-06 will feature a 3.7 inch touchscreen that features a 480x854 resolution. The device will also feature a prjector that has nine lumens of brightness and a 640x360 resolution, allowing you to quickly and easily share online videos with friends without having to pass the phone around.


    As you might imagine, the phone will also come with a OneSeg digital TV tuner, which seems to make a lot of sense and will go along nicely with the projector. The device will also have Blu-Ray record connectivity, allowing users to project Blu-Ray images through the projector.


    Along with the projector, the Sharp SH-06 will feature a 5.3 mega pixel CMOS camera, completely with auto-focus, that will allow you to take high quality photos. At just 137 grams, you would really expect the first handset with built in projection to weight substantially more in order to house the technology. If this turns out to be a hit in Japan, you can expect companies to quickly make plans to bring the technology to the US sometime thereafter. This is one feature that all mobile enthusiasts should keep their eye on.


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  • An update for HTC  HD7 Unlocked Windows Phone 7 is on the horizon, according to an article that was released on the support site for the Microsoft software. In an article that they recently posted to their support site, the company suggests that the update for the operating system could be released here soon. The article goes over some information regarding troubleshooting for the software in case the software is unable to automatically update and install properly.


    The first software update for Windows Phone 7 has been highly anticipated and could potentially be coming in the weeks ahead. The update is thought to address a number of common issues and also introduce a number of new features to the software.


    One of the most popular features that will be introduced is the ability to cut, copy and paste text from any website or app. This is a feature that has been included on virtually every other operating system through updates if it did not come standard over the course of the last year.



    The update will also likely address a recent bug that came to the attention of Microsoft. This bug reportedly causes a large amount of data to be sent randomly over a 3G network. Microsoft was previously rumored to be releasing the update sometime in January, but with just a few short days left in January, and no formal announcement as of yet, it is clear that users can likely expect to see the update come sometime in February. The update has been highly anticipated and will be adding to the feature list and addressing a number of the more overwhelming bugs that have been reported since Windows Phone 7 such as unlocked HTC HD 7 was launched. Although smaller updates have been made available to address more concerning issues, this will be the first large update that the software has seen.




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  • Google Instant caused a huge splash when it was first released. The very idea of receiving real time updates as you typed in your search query scared the search engine optimization community and intrigued users. In the beginning, it was not clear if the feature would stick around after some users complained about it, but through the process of fine tuning the feature, Google has been able to put together a solid incarnation and will allow users to finally utilize Google Instant on Apple iPhone’s and other iOS devices. The Instant Previews feature is the only thing that we will be seeing on the unlocked iPhone 4 for the time being.


    The Google Instant Previews feature allows you to take a look at the look and layout of a Google search result page before making any kind of decision to visit the page. The feature has already been used on desktops for quite some time, and will work on the mobile devices in the same way that it always has for the desktops.



    Flipping from one preview to another will be as simple as moving through the thumbnails in the Safari browser. The new feature will be very convenient for Google and will allow Google to better serve mobile users who are notoriously tired of having to settle for outdated versions of their favorite search engine on their mobile devices.


    Perhaps the best part about this update is that there will be no download required. Google will slowly make the feature available to all users as they continue to test, unleashing the feature to select groups at a time. If you are in a rush to see the Google Instant Preview feature on your iPhone 4 unlocked handset, there is really nothing you can do but sit back and wait for the company to roll it out to you. So far there is no sign up process that allows you to opt in early for Google Instant Preview.



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  • The History of the Verizon iPhone 4
    Posted on January 14, 2011 by Pure Mobile

    The unlocked iPhone 4 has been long rumored to be on its way to Verizon. Of course, this took a lot longer than most expected, but now that is official we have some time to go ahead and take a look back at the history of the deal and how it finally came together. We know that both companies had discussed the move over the last few years, but because the newest iPhone’s did not live up to expectations of Verizon, there was no rush to keep the deal in place.


    The deal first came together at the end of last year and was put together by Verizon President Lowell McAdam and Apple COO Tim Cook. Both of them had worked through the specifics of the deal over the course of a few weeks leading up to it. The commercial aspect of the deal reportedly only took about one day to finalize. The biggest issue between the two companies was releasing an iPhone version that would run on the Verizon network. Apple also wanted Verizon to put some towers at the Apple HQ building so that they could monitor signal strength and also look for reliability issues. That reportedly hung up the deal for quite some time.


    As a result of the most recent deal, both of the companies have agreed to share their knowledge regarding updates with both companies so that they can better work together to bring the consumer base devices that they truly want and are looking for. Verizon will convey their network plans to Apple so that they can better suit their devices for the Verizon network, and Apple will let them know ahead of time about upcoming device plans so that Verizon can prepare as well. Verizon also had to agree to not put their logo on the iPhone 4 unlocked device when it was released. The sales are going to be through the roof, that much is known.




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  • RIM Filters Porn in Indonesia
    Posted on January 14, 2011 by Pure Mobile

    After the country called for RIM to filter the adult content that was being shown to unlocked BlackBerry Phone users in Indonesia, it looks as though they are going to have to buckle and give into their demands. The company has reportedly agreed to filter pornographic content on BlackBerry’s in India as a result of the government’s request that was made. This is not the first time that the company has had to accommodate requests from the government, but is the first time that they have agreed to filter the content that is given to their users. Apparently they would rather filter the content then have the BlackBerry be banned in the country.


    They are working with the government to put the filter in place as promptly as possible, they said in a recent statement. The filtering solution will keep millions of Indonesian users from accessing the adult content. The fact that they asked Research In Motion to filter the content really shouldn’t be that much of a surprise to anyone. They first instituted an anti-pornographic material law in 2008 that filtered a lot of the internet content that was available at the time.


    RIM really had no choice and was forced to give into their demands. Indonesia has previously asked the company to move some of its servers, which are currently located in Canada, to Indonesia so that they could keep a closer eye on the content that their citizens were looking at through their mobile devices. Working with governments to filter content is an increasing trend in the mobile industry, and this is one of many deals that may come into place in the future. It will be interesting to see if other filters are put into place as well in the future in other countries. RIM has made it clear that they are willing to work with governments on the issue.


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