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  • AT&T HTC Inspire 4G Not Really 4G
    Posted on February 24, 2011 by Pure Mobile

    The AT&T Unlocked HTC (Inspire 4G) name would suggest that the phone was compatible with 4G networks. This is not always the case, as we have learned from several previous device launches. The phone does not feature full 4 G HSPA+ compatibility as provided by the AT&T network. AT&T went ahead and announced at the Consumer Electronics Show that their network had been upgraded in the same way that T-Mobile made their announcement at the same show - by surprise.


    Now it appears that the phone is not even as fast as some of the 3G phones on the network. Tests have shown that downloads are slowed, uploads are excruciatingly slow, and overall the device seems to run much more slowly than you would think that it would.


    So now it appears that carriers are just placing the “4G” sticker on smart devices without even offering the full compatibility. This is not something that will make most consumers happy, and they should have guessed that it would be discovered at some point. Now it has to make you wonder if future phones with the 4G title will have similar issues with the company’s network. Perhaps the company disabled the 4G ability in the firmware.


    AT&T has yet to comment on the reports about the phone not accessing the 4G network in the same way that was promised by the company during the Consumer Electronics Show. With their announcement of their upgraded network you would have thought that new phones with the “4G” label would be able to access the network, but that does not seem to be the case here. It will be interesting to see how they comment on the story over the course of the next few days, or if they let the reports fall by the wayside and ignore them.


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  • HTC Desire HD Unlocked Review
    Posted on February 9, 2011 by Pure Mobile

    The Unlocked HTC Desire HD is a phone that has received a ton of attention from various members of the mobile community in recent weeks, since the phone was first announced. There are some very good qualities seen in the phone, which should attract a large number of users.


    To start, it has a huge 4.3 inch touchscreen display, WVGA, with a 800 x 480 resolution. The screen is one of the best parts of the phone, but also may cause the battery to drain a bit quicker because of its large size. The HTC Desire HD Unlocked also comes with an 8 megapixel camera and dual LED Flash, along with 720p high quality video and a 1 GHz processor, as has become standard in the mobile industry.


    The hardware is very unique. The case of the phone is made out of aluminum and has a unibody design. The case is carved out of a single piece of a light weight metal. IT feels different to the touch than cases from other phones but should provide a bit more protection than other kinds of cases. The phone also has a flawless browser, which has received rave reviews from those that have gotten to test it.



    One problem noticed in the HTC Desire HD unlocked is that the camera lens is left unprotected because of the way that the case is designed. It will certainly be interesting to see how popular the phone becomes. At nearly $500 without a contract, some would argue that it is a bit pricey based on the prices of phones with similar specs in the space. Overall, the HTC Desire HD Unlocked is a great phone that continues to display the quality of devices that HTC is putting out. Its huge screen and awesome general performance make it a hot commodity.




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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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  • 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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  • Unlocked HTC phone has announced the HTC Evo Shift 4G in an attempt to build upon the popularity of the EVO 4G phone that was released during the summer of 2010. Although the Evo Shift 4G will not be as feature loaded as the Evo 4G, the company placed upgrades in all of the right places to ensure that they were able to deliver a superior product to their users. The release shouldn’t be the media extravaganza that the Evo 4G was, but will still garner a lot of attention.


    The phone will feature an 800 MGz Qualcomm CPU. This is the same processor that is found in other popular phones including the G2 and My Touch. The screen is a bit smaller than most would expect at 3.6 inches, but offers a beautiful 800 x 480 LCD screen that delivers beautiful images. The device will run on the Android 2.2 operating system, which has easily been the most popular among the new announcements at the Consumer Electronic Show this year.


    The Shift 4G will utilize WiMAX 4G to run smoothly on Sprints network, and should be among the fastest phones that HTC has to offer. The design of the phone is fairly thick and has been compared to the Unlocked Motorola  Droid 2, recently released by Verizon. The keyboard as a great feels to it and is very easy to use.


    It is powerful enough to handle Android 2.2 without any issues and runs smooth from one screen to another. We have noticed no lag when moving between apps and screens and the current loading time when you start the phone is 43 seconds.


    The Evo Shift 4G will be one of the best phones that HTC has to offer this year, and is a marked upgrade over previous versions of the phone. It will be interesting to see how well the phone is received by current users of the Shift. HTC made changes in all of the right areas to bring users an upgraded experience with a solid cell device.


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  • LG unlocked cell phone has allowed for several hands on reviews of their new Optimus Black and Optimus 2X devices. Just before the Consumer Electronics Show, it is clear that most companies will be looking to build hype for their devices and one of the most popular trends for this year is to allow hands on review of these devices.


    The Optimus 2X was the star of the hands on review, featuring a NVideo Tegra 2 dual core processor that runs at 1GHz in each of the cores. It is a very powerful mobile device that should be at the forefront of pushing the envelope forward. And offering processors that are the strength that was normally reserved for computers. The graphics on the device looked great, as did the screen. It is able to handle all that is asked of it from Android and moves very smoothly from one screen to another. The HDMI out port looks great when it is connected to displays up to 42 inches in size and no quality is lost on the conversion.


    The Optimus Black also received rave reviews. It’s 1 GHz OMAP3630 processor paled in comparison to the Tegra, but was still plenty powerful to run Android and all that it requires. It is much thinner than the Tegra, and as a result is much more light. It is a well-manufactured and designed device that fits comfortably in the pocket.


    The Optimus Blacks were also running Froyo, which is a highly hyped version of the Android operating system that allows the device to connect to other Android devices and transfer files peer to peer through long range connections. It also has a front facing, 2 megapixel camera that allows you to video chat as has become popular with many other devices.


    Overall, both devices looked great and provided the features that everyone was looking for, exceeding expectations in the case of the 2x.


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  • HTC unlocked phones has made another mammoth announcement, just in time for the upcoming Consumer Electronics Show. The HTC EVO 4G will be receiving another model of the phone, and this time on a completely new carrier. The phone will feature a 4.3 inch touch screen display and will be called the Inspire 4G, running on a 4G network provided by AT&T.


    The announcement comes just days before the Consumer Electronics Show. Many companies have opted to make their announcements prior to the show to build anticipation for the booths and event that will take place at the show. Along with the excellent LCD display, the phone will also offer an 8 megapixel rear camera and a 1 GHZ CPU that should enable it to run just about any app available. It will also utilize the Android 2.2 operating system that features HTC’s customized Sense UI, which allows users to use a “Find my Phone” feature that is very similar to the feature that was recently released by Apple for their unlocked iPhone 4.



    HTC continues to impress in the days leading up to the Consumer Electronics Show, and has made a number of huge announcements including the development of their own tablet device.


    It will be interesting to see how much hype this announcement receives, especially considering that the phone has already been released. The upgraded features should draw a few new users over to the phone, but the fact that it will be released on a new carrier with 4G capabilities is undoubtedly the biggest draw of the device.


    The Inspire 4G is a huge upgrade for a device that has already been immensely popular throughout its history. HTC might be the underdog in the saturated mobile market, but they continue to impress with wonderful deals and excellent devices that push the ever expanding envelope for the company.




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  • HTC Scribe Unveiled in February
    Posted on January 5, 2011 by Pure Mobile

    HTC is a company that is known for delivering excellent mobile devices to their customers, but also has not attracted as much attention as some of the other companies within the same space. Now, it appears that the company will be making the official unveiling of their new HTC Scribe tablet device at the MWC in February. A number of sources close to the company have said that they will be making the announcement about their 7 inch screen tablet in Barcelona in February. Some have already speculated that the tablet device will be more popular broad than it will here in the states, but that doesn’t mean that it couldn’t rise to popularity in the west as well.


    The HTC Scribe will reportedly run the Android 3.0 software, a few ticks below the latest version. This information was reportedly leaked by the Taiwanese parts manufacturer that has been working with HTC unlocked phones to build the device over the course of the last few months.


    HTC is known for being a company that was one of the first to utilize the Android operating system for their devices, and in some instances can even be credited with helping Android rise to the popularity that it has now. HTC has yet to develop a tablet device and the Scribe will be the first offering by the company.


    Although it won’t be as feature loaded as the PlayBook and other tablets that are set to hit the market here soon, the Scribe is expected to be one of the most popular tablet choices on the market as soon as it is released. HTC hopes to snatch up niche markets of users that are looking to find a tablet that will allow them to browse Flash websites, a feature that is missing from the iPad.


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  • The Motorola Olympus will be announced next week at the CES 2011 show according to sources close the company. AT&T will be holding their first press conference about the gadget sometime next week. The handset has been highly anticipated since the first images of the mobile device made their way online just a few weeks ago. It is known for its excellent display, solid processing power and also provides amazing performance. The size of the touch screen is huge, and is much larger than many of the other similar phones in the same price range.



    The phone will reportedly be running on the new Android 2.3 Gingerbread software that has become so popular in recent months. No official confirmation has been made so far but it is believed that the phone will sport the newest version of the Android software. The size of the screen will be the main draw for most who are considering the purchase of the phone.



    It will be interesting to see if the Motorola Olympus is able to sell as well as the previous Android Motorola Unlocked Phones. A lot of hype has been built around the device since the first leaks regarding it made their way online a few months ago. At the time, it was said that the phone would be looking at a December or January release date, but it has become clear that the announcement will come this month and consumers can expect the release of the Olympus to come a bit later. There is still the chance that the phone could launch at the end of January, although most companies opt to launch their devices at least a month following the official announcement, which is slated to come at CES 2011, which should be a hot bed for new mobile announcements next week.


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  • Android Market Adds AT&T Billing App
    Posted on December 28, 2010 by Pure Mobile

    Google has announced that they will be releasing a new feature for their marketplace along with a number of applications. As of now, the AT&T Direct Carrier Billing application is now available to AT&T customers that are using some of the multiple Android devices such has HTC Desire, Samsung Captivate i897 unlocked on their network. The service would let users use their accounts, and connect them with their AT&T billing accounts to allow them to more easily pay their mobile bills.


    App purchases now can be billed to their provider accounts, allowing them to pay their app bills in bulk at the end of the month. This benefits both the user and the company because it allows users to run up larger tabs on apps when they do not realize what they have spent, but also allows the users to take care of their app payments in bulk, one time at the end of the month. This is a service that has become increasingly common over the course of the last few months, and the AT&T implementation is something that has been rumored for a very long time.



    The app was made available to T-Mobile subscribers earlier in the month. Google will likely explore similar opportunities in the near future because this sort of subscription service will definitely increase app sales on mobile devices. Allowing users to not see the damages until the end of the month, or at least delay their payments on a credit-style system and including them in with their provider bills will make the payment process easier but will also make it easier for them to overspend.


    It will be interesting to see how well the customers respond to a move like this. It is a drastic change in the way that business is done in the mobile space and will take some getting used to on the user end of the spectrum.


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