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  • As per their prior announcement, which they had released, Sprint has officially begun the process of releasing the HTC EVO 4G unlocked cell phone within this week. This update can be accessed by the users through an Over the Air update. Since an OTA is very susceptible to teething problems, it is a welcome bit of news that the customers will be able to get this update manually through the settings of the device itself where there is the option of the “HTC software update” However, since the users in the world are too impatient about this update, HTC has also decided to come up with another alternative to this issue. This other option will mean that rather than putting some tricked out ROM onto your machine, you can actually get this update This is rather simple as you can actually download the Froyo which is for the EVO 4G just by getting the software and installing it on our phone and the whole process is pretty easy and should not take much time.



    To begin the entire process we just have to place the file in the root of the SD card and then boot it into recovery mode. Following that, simply use the apply update .zip option or the install from .zip option, which ever you are shown and then the installation will happen on your phone and you will be all set to enjoy the Froyo  This is pretty self explanatory and takes absolutely no time to complete. With this update, you will have faster web access, support of Flash 10.1 and apps storage on your SD card and a huge collection of widgets that you can use. However in spite of all the positives, we would suggest that you wait for a few days before going for this update.



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  • Spirit and its manufactures were in the doldrums with falling profits, bleeding subscribers to Apple’s unlocked Iphone4 but it has changed quite a bit since the inclusion of the Sprint HTC EVO 4G. Spirit’s run at the markets and the smartphone industry seemed to be in tatters and their business almost to a dead end but for the latest HTC EVO 4G. Spirit had previously tried to fight its arch enemy, its nemesis Apple through various means, for example the device like the Palm Pre (which by the way was a total failure). Apple and its iPhone and their improved versions seemed just too hot to handle. But this new Android by Spirit has seemingly breathed life to the company. Sprint added 111,000 net customers for the second quarter of 2010.


    The smartphone Sprint HTC EVO 4G has been clearly making waves. It’s been rumoured to become one of the best, if not, the best smartphone of its times. Though it has been selling like hot cakes, yet at times the HTC EVO 4G is difficult to acquire from the stores


    Spirit was reportedly at a loss of $760 million in its first quarter of the year and it had lost around 22800 subscribers. Spirit has now a total of 48.2 million subscribers. Though the company was on the downhill it seems their latest adventure in the form of Sprint HTC EVO 4G did pay off and it managed to keep the losses to a bare minimum.



    It seems good times lie ahead for this company. There had been frequent complaints by customers about their notorious customers service and their imperfectness, but now with the surge in profits the company has seen a dramatic change in its personnel. This year in the last quarter the company was reported to having its best-ever contract churn rate of 1.85%.




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  • In the last few months, what we have seen is the media only dishing out some heavy criticism for the new Apple Unlocked  iPhone 4 for its reception problems and how the company has handled the whole fiasco. However unlike the media in America, the European media has not really singled this phone out and in fact they have said that the performance of this phone is more or less on par with other smartphones currently available in the market. A recent report a major Norwegian newspaper recently reported that the mobile phone did not in fact have any kind of flaw in its engineering and therefore was performing okay. They have also said that the phone has been well received by the major carriers Telenor.


    The above mentioned newsletter has based their conclusions on some testing which they have done with some of the most popular smartphones in the market. In an analysis done where they have compared the iPhone 4, Nokia Unlocked  E71, HTC Wildfire and the older iPhone 3GS, they say that they have found the same issues with the reception dropping due to the manner in which the phone is held. Amazingly they have also gone to the extent of reporting that the iPhone 4 does not actually drop calls if the signal is lost in the phone. Along with that, they also analyzed the data and the voice quality on the iPhone 4 and the 3GS and what they found was that both were superior as compared to the HTC and the Nokia counterparts. Although the voice was cut when the signal went down, the calls were not dropped, said the reports.


    To be honest, in the tests that we have done, the iPhone 4 Unlocked handset has not really failed us that much and its performance is not startlingly low as compared to other major phones provided by carriers.



    This post was posted in Apple, HTC, Nokia, Smartphones and was tagged with unlocked Nokia E71, unlocked Iphone 4, unlocked cell phones

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  • HTC has seemingly taken up their fight in the mobile phone market where so far major players like Unlocked Motorola Phones and Samsung have a free reign. After a series of new phones from the latter two, there are some more specs of the soon to be released Unlocked HTC ( Ace ) and Sabor which has come to our attention. What we see here is really amazing and encouragingly, but we feel that the specs can be produced by the next year, latest. The Sabor alongside the Ace forms a duo of two phones which are said to be the supped up versions of the EVO. The Sabor is supposed to be the EVO 2 for the Sprint and the Ace is said to be the GSM version of the EVO.


    As far as specifications go, what we are certain of is that the Ace has been slated for release with the Android 3.0 or the Gingerbread which is however, still a distant dream. Other than that, there is the new super AMOLED screen and 1.5 GHz processor which will make this phone smooth to operate. There is also an 8 GB camera and a 1.5 megapixel camera in the front. In terms of process speeds, the figure of 1.5 GHz is pretty believable as the specs of 2 GHz are also being talked about. However, the only thing lacking in this phone is the Sense UI which makes for a rather good looking device. With this, one could have designed custom skins and got the phone to look the way they wanted. Sadly, Ace from HTC does not carry Sense.


    As we said earlier, the Ace is the GSM version of the HTC Unlocked (  EVO ) Handset and the upgrade on this phone is pretty good but not revolutionary. Keep your eyes on this to know more.




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  • We, like, several mobile phone enthusiasts have heard about the rumors of the Samsung Galaxy i9200 or the Unlocked Galaxy ( S2 ) which was supposed to be carrying specifications which would make it probably the best phone that ever existed. However, after doing some research by ourselves, we are led to believe that this phone might just not be reality but a big hoax. This is equally difficult for all of us as even we were very excited after hearing about the Galaxy S2. If this is to release, god only knows what the costs are going to be of this one.


    Some of the specifications on this phone are downright astounding. The super AMOLED 2 screen which is said to be coming on this phone is honestly too much of a long shot. After the huge success of the first line of the super AMOLED screen, Samsung has been flooded with the demands for the latter. Therefore it is highly unlikely that they will be going in for a revamp of it any time now, rather by early 2011 which was when this phone was supposed to come out. This is not the end of the worries for this phone. The huge read only memory which has been quoted for this phone is pegged at 4 GB, which is absurd. Why would a phone carry this kind of memory?


    The Google’s Unlocked  Nexus One which is a kind of a leader in terms of smartphones will be left far behind if the specs given above along with others like 32 GB internal and 32 GB expandable memory are allowed. For a one year leap in development, these kinds of specifications are a little too much suspect.  However with all the controversies aside, there have also been arguments which say that this kind of development may just be possible at the speed of the work which is being done today.




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  • Although initially it might have sounded like somewhat of a long shot, the judicial institutions in the country have taken up the accusations leveled against Apple’s Unlocked  Iphone 4 and AT&T rather seriously and have given the lawsuit a class action status. Judge James Ware of the U.S. District court for the Northern District of California was the one who gave this judgment which could mean more trouble for both the companies concerned. This all started when the consumers in the USA raised their doubts over a probable conspiracy involving AT&T and Apple when the latter decided to tie up exclusively with the carrier.


    Initially this law suit was filed in the year 2007 with a view to protect the interests of the customers when a section of the buyers felt that Apple and AT&T were trying to work unfairly to exert some kind of a monopoly over the release of the iPhone. The consumers who had filed this law suit had objected to how they would have to buy the iPhone and use it with AT&T. More interestingly it was said that the companies were lying to the customers about the two year contract when in truth you would not be able to transfer to another carrier even after the two year contract was to expire.



    Although the lawsuit might have wanted to mean well, but in all truth, it is very presumptuous to level such allegations on such companies, it is in fact at a level ridiculous. There are several such phones like the HTC Unlocked Droid ( Eris ) which you cannot use on any other carrier even if your contract with Verizon wireless expires. Although this story might just fade out, we do believe that we have not heard the last of the class action law suit. In our opinion there is still much left to be seen and heard.



    This post was posted in Apple, HTC and was tagged with unlocked Iphone 4, unlocked htc phones, unlocked cellphones

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  • Desire takes on the iPhone 4
    Posted on July 14, 2010 by Pure Mobile

    Android fans on T-Mobile, UK, can get their beloved Unlocked HTC ( Desire ) at a lesser price. HTC has taken some serious steps to battle the iPhone 4, and one of the most significant steps it has taken is cutting the price. Customers can avail the HTC Desire at about $55 when they sign up for a contract. This contract includes 100 text messages, 100 minutes, and 3GB of data. Users can also get the Android-powered handset for about $76, when they avail a monthly contract, which will include 500 text messages, 600 minutes, and 3GB of data. The previous package comes for $30 per month, while the second package comes at $38 per month. This move was initiated by HTC to take on the iPhone 4, which has been recently released, and is available on Vodafone, for $332, and a monthly contract.


    Whether this move will give the Desire an edge over Apple’s iPhone 4 is anyone’s guess. It will take a lot for Desire to gain an upper hand against the iPhone 4, considering its “new ness”. But then, the Desire is a fine handset, and it is essentially a Google Nexus One unlocked handset, with HTC’s Sense software.


    HTC has truly done a wonderful job with the Desire. The handset comes equipped with a 1GHz Snapdragon processor, which makes switching between applications mighty easy. It has a 3.7 inch AMOLED screen, which is fully touch-enabled, and has Wi-Fi, GPS, Bluetooth, and a rocking 5 megapixel camera.



    The iPhone 4 unlocked handset  is probably a little better. It has an A4 processor, a variety of connectivity options, almost all that you would expect from a smartphone, and it also has a 5 megapixel camera, and can shoot videos in high definition. Although the screen is smaller than that of the Desire, it has retina display that includes 326 pixels per inch.


    All in all, hopefully, HTC’s efforts will pay off, and it will be able to give the Desire a higher market than the iPhone 4.




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  • The messaging phone line up of T-Mobile has most of its hardware sourced from Samsung. But the Unlocked Motorola ( Charm ) is an exception to that rule. There introduction of the slider with a QWERTY pad will be bringing Android OS to the list of messaging phones that are affordable.



    This fact is known because the recenty posted back-to-school ads are by T-Mobile, where we can see the glory hanging behind all the Samsung messaging phones. These messaging phones include the Samsung Smiley, Samsung Gravity T, and the Unlocked  Samsung (Gravity 3). But the only difference there is, is that of the Motorola Charm’s Android OS. This project is part of T-Mobile’s back-to-school promotions. These advertisements will be enticing for parents, whose kids will be going back to their respective schools, once they reopen after vacation.


    Messaging phones are basically phones which concentrate mainly on messaging facilities. They are also known as dumbphones, as they lack the traditional smartphone OS, but they make up this deficit with a full QWERTY keyboard. The Motorola Charm is like a link between dumbphones and smartphones. It has a slide-out QWERTY keyboard, with Android OS. Thus two problems are solved in a single phone.



    According to T-Mobile, their phones for messaging will be for free, making the Motorola Charm the cheapest phone with the Android OS.  In other words, it is the cheapest smartphone powered by Google’s Nexus one unlocked phone  operating system available with new contract, for free. Magenta is yet to announce the specifics about the launch, but there is a high chance the Charm may be introduced a month before school reopens. Hopefully, there will be many who would want to lay their hands on one of these babies, and hopefully, the Charm will work well on people.




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  • No Silent Mode on Android!!
    Posted on July 13, 2010 by Pure Mobile

    The Flash technology has recently been integrated in Android devices. But it has been discovered that that the Flash 10.1 player on Android will play the sound, regardless of what mode the phone is on!



    Watching a Flash-enabled video on the Android device will have the sound playing even if you put it on silent mode. It is always advisable to use your headphones or earphones if you are with people. Otherwise, you will wake everybody up, and face the consequences. It is quite a problem for Adobe, to have blatantly overlooked this small fact. But then again, the Flash player 10.1 for Google’s Unlocked Nexus one Android is still a Beta version, and so, Adobe can be forgiven for this tiny mistake.


    A much hassled user said that most of us are dependant upon on silent mode on all our devices to help the babies to stay asleep. He complains about obvious problems regarding the lack of silent mode which has caused severe disturbance in a number of ways.



    Although this e-mail does not quite resemble a proper complaint, it can be assumed that the guys at Adobe are listening at this point. The silent issue will be fixed in a jiffy, hopefully. It could be done so in the form of a patch which is pretty easy to install, or be taken care of in a beta version of the player.


    Adobe has to work really hard to establish the fact that Flash on unlocked cell  phones is the way to go now, and in order to do this, Adobe must not overlook these mistakes in the future. Adobe is the leading company when it comes to developing newer technologies for the internet. Its flash technology is one of the best to have ever hit the mobile industry and so it is vital they take whatever precautions are necessary.




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  • Android’s new baby, the 2.2 or what is more popularly known as the ‘Froyo’ is all set for its release on the Unlocked HTC (Desire), Legend and the Wildfire. So for the customers who are going to be buying either one of these phones there is a treat which is waiting for them.



    With a much more enhance performance specification, the ‘Froyo’ will give the users a really smooth experience of using their phone. This has in fact been confirmed by HTC. In an official statement which was released by them, company representatives have said, “We want all our customers to have an unbelievable HTC Sense experience on Froyo and are now trying to do what we can to get this update available to users as fast as possible. A variety of models such as the Desire, Legend and Wildfire will soon be getting these updates in the third quarter of the year.”


    Rest assured that if you are not picking these mobile phones from the store and want to go for a Droid or a Google’s  Unlocked Nexus One or even the EVO 4G then you will soon get them with the


    Android 2.2 OS, which in is fact already available on the Nexus One unlocked mobile phone. Customers can rest assured that there is a whole line up of mobile phones which will be carrying this new OS. If all goes smoothly buyers of the HTC Desire, Legend and the Wildfire will have the ‘Froyo’ by the month of July.



    Although there are no mobile updates which have been slated for users of the Desire or the Wildfire there have been announcements made which makes the Hero 2.1 update and the 2.2 update for Nexus One Unlocked handset available for the customers. Stay tuned to know more about this new update of the Android phenomenon.



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