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  • AT&T Transition for Alltel Customers
    Posted on November 9, 2010 by Pure Mobile

    Most people would say that Verizon got the better end of Alltel’s consumers after the merge, but now AT&T is trying to get the several customers that fell into their hands on handsets in an effort to get them all switched over to GSM in a timely fashion.  A lot of people who own different Alltel phones are now getting offerings in the mail about different replacement devices they can purchase, and it looks as if all upgrade deals apply to all customers making the transition, regardless to which device they currently have.  An example of some of the mailing offers is a Tritan owner is getting dumbphone promos.



    The upgrade offers generally are not a whole lot better than the best upgrade offers they will receive for the other AT&T consumers, but there are a couple of ones that really stand out at you.  For one, you can get Unlocked HTC Aria for absolutely no cost at all, or you can get a Torch for only $100, which is a lot cheaper than its normal price.  The upside to switching is that customers making the switch can cancel out at anytime within the first time without an EFT.  The carrier will not force any of their customers to make the switch yet, but they may change their minds down the line.  They have not even released a date where they will be forcing everyone to switch over either.  Right now, most would consider this an encouragement to try and get everyone to switch over, so that everyone is on the same page.  I do not see why anyone would not want to switch over at this point, especially since there are a lot of great deals on the table with nothing much to lose.  Most likely, you will be forced to switch at some point down the line anyways.


    PureMobile carries a wide range of unlocked cell phones and Android phones such as Sony Ericsson Xperia X10i Unlocked, HTC Desire  etc…



    This post was posted in General, HTC, Samsung, Sony Ericsson and was tagged with unlocked xperia x10, unlocked HTC Aria, HTC Aria unlocked.

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  • Samsung Galaxy S First to Be Certified
    Posted on November 5, 2010 by Pure Mobile

    Two years ago, Samsung’s Omnia was the first DivX certified handset in America.  They really found a niche for being the first to come out with new technology.  They continued that tradition this month by having their Galaxy S be the first smartphone to be Wi-Fi Direct certified.  This is another huge stepping stone for Samsung, and the sells on these should go through the roof.  Samsung is really building a reputation for giving its smartphones the latest and greatest in terms of compatibility.
    If you look in the Wi-Fi Alliance’s Wi-Fi Direct certification docket, you will now find the Galaxy S  Unlocked cell phone, also known as the Samsung Vibrant in there.  Many people already predicted that several of Wi-Fi chipsets and modules were going to be green-lit; this is the first actual device to join forces.  Any modern day WiFi device is capable of become Direct certified with relative ease though.  It is definitely now a hard switch; No additional hardware is needed, so any WiFi device can be Direct Certified like mentioned above.  Because of that factor, you could definitely see a lot more smart phones getting Wi-Fi direct in the near future; the Samsung Galaxy S is basically just ahead of the game if you think of it in that aspect – the leader of the pack.
    We will continually be on the look out to see if more smartphones follow Samsung Galaxy X’s lead by becoming Wifi Direct Certified in the coming days or months.  You can definitely expect that a lot will, and we will keep you updated on which ones decide to do that.  It is just only a matter of time before they do, as it will only boost their reputation and value.
    PureMobile carries a wide range of unlocked cell phones and Android phones such as Samsung i897 Captivate Unlocked, Sony Ericsson Xperia X10, LG Eve,  etc...


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  • In the Unlocked cell phone world, there has been news that the FCC has approved the Dell Venue.  This has caused confusion among many people who are anxious to buy a new phone.  What exactly will people have to look forward to when the Dell Venue is released?  The last thing they want is a rehash of another phone, something that many manufacturers have been getting away with.  True, new cell phone users might not mind a phone that is a carbon copy of something else, but experienced buyers want phones that are unique.



    Now some cell phone users are flocking to Microsoft’s website to determine the usefulness of the Dell Venue.  This will provide very basic information, but it does not give you an inside view.  Remember, retailers are always going to give a biased opinion about their products.  Their main goal is to sell, not to necessarily provide the best value.  And if you cannot see through the hype, you might be tempted to buy a phone that is not worth its investment.  This could mean wasting hundreds of dollars, depending on how much the phone costs.



    To relieve yourself of this problem, you should read reviews from everyday, ordinary people who have nothing to lose if you do not like the phone.  Through such reviews, you will get a better understanding of not only the specs, but also whether or not the phone is worth your time and money.


    In the case of the Dell Venue, you might have trouble finding decent reviews as many bloggers focus on electronics that have already been released.  Fortunately, one blog solves this problem.  It will tell you everything you need to know about the Dell Venue, including its specs and level of uniqueness.  From this information, you will know for sure if the Dell Venue phone is best for you.


    PureMobile carries a wide range of unlocked cell phones and Android phones such as the Samsung Captivate Unlocked, Samsung Galaxy Tab, LG EVE, etc.



    This post was posted in LG, Samsung and was tagged with unlocked xperia x10, Unlocked Samsung Captivate, Samsung Galaxy Unlocked

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  • With trends in modern technology emphasizing portability and personal convenience, many cellular devices are now being created to serve all imaginable needs, for every imaginable facet of life. Amidst this new wave of Smartphone’s, one of the most widely anticipated and critically acclaimed model is known as the Samsung captivate, released by AT&T. It was created with the competitive market in mind, and now stands as one of the most technologically advanced Smartphone’s available to the general public, proving to even be a match for the Unlocked  iPhone4.



    At its most basic, the  Samsung Captivate features a 1GHz processor, allowing for a great deal of versatility in downloadable applications and internet content. It feature easy-to-access master volume and power buttons, in the same traditional locations as would be found on any contemporary Smartphone, with the vast majority of the phone’s others functions carried out by the four inch touch screen.  The screen features brand new Touchwiz 3.0 technology, which essentially allows the containment of a miniature computer in the palm of your hands. Users can drag and drop application and folders, with the new technology allowing the user to arrange numerous home screens at the same time, with up to seven available for one’s completely personalized use. The phone does not come immediately cluttered with Apps and the phone’s owner can customize each homepage with a wide variety of widgets and Apps at any time, with widgets built into the notification bar, something that would have originally required for users to download other software to do. Amongst the numerous widgets that have been included are a calendar clock, a yahoo financial clock, and many more, such as quick links to your FaceBook or MySpace account and just about any other social networking website that one may take part in.


    Of the pre-installed Apps, the Samsung captivate unlocked Handset includes Allshare, several AT&T related applications, instant messaging services, and mobile banking services. As with most Smartphone’s, the amount of apps pre-included may seem overwhelming to new users of the phone, but is fairly easy to get used to and leaves the user with 1.7 gigabytes of free space still left over on their phone. With all the applications and computer-like capabilities available in the phone, one must remember that it still is essentially a phone. The phone call quality is very clear, with only the slightest of variations based on location. For those subscribing to the AT&T network, the Samsung Captivate is sure to be an excellent buy, providing state-of-the-art quality in its every use.



    This post was posted in General, Samsung and was tagged with Unlocked Samsung Captive, unlocked Iphone4, samsung captive unlocked

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  • To let you know about the latest news regarding the Sprint’s Samsung Unlocked ( Epic 4G), you must be delighted to hear the fact that this brand new model from Samsung is available if you preorder it!



    The model, which costs 249USD, will arrive on 31st August and surely it’s going to rock! If you are keen to have the Samsung Epic 4G in your hand, you must preorder it to be sure of getting it on the very first day it hits the shop.


    There are several reasons why you must have a Samsung Epic 4G. It has a magnificent screen which is of 4 inch and you are bound to get hypnotized by this. Though being a part of the Unlocked Galaxy S, Samsung Epic 4G is different from the for some of its extraordinary traits. It is evident from the name that it is accessible with an accelerated speed to the data network of the next-generation. You may have noticed that EVO 4G has this same orientation and it is lightning fast.


    The Android device of the Sprint Samsung Epic 4G has the keypad with the QWERTY formation. It helps you to read and write messages with ease.  There’s a camera at the front side of the Epic which, with the help of applications such as Fring, makes video calls just like the Unlocked Apple iPhone 4 does. It also includes a Hummingbird processor of 1GHz along with GPS, Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, and a 5-megapixel camera.


    Now the question is, will the Epic be able to fight with the other super phones? We are all impressed by the Apple iPhone 4; the Droid from Motorola has its own fan following, the line up from HTC is surely going to rock. So keep your eyes open to have a look at the Shootout of Super phones, and be aware of the Epic story!




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  • Valentine’s Day may be long gone, but the spirit of love seems to still be there with Sprint, who are giving their Premier Customers the opportunity to reserve their own Unlocked Samsung ( Epic 4G). While others will have to wait for some time to get a chance to be able to reserve the Epic 4G for themselves, this is one opportunity that the Premier Customers of Sprint would just hate to pass on. If you are one of those few, lucky enough to be Premier Customers of Sprint check the inboxes of your e-mail accounts as soon as you can, so that you don’t miss out on this once in a lifetime opportunity.


    Now, we do know that many of you technology freaks out there have been eyeing the Epic 4G ever since the announcement of its launch. Sprint has put out a comparison just for those fans, which pits the Samsung Epic 4G and the HTC EVO 4G. Although Android is the common feature of both the devices, EVO trumps the Epic with the latest version of the Google platform on board, and is also WiMax enabled. The Epic has a QWERTY keypad that slides out where as the EVO’s keypad is on board the screen itself, that functions on touch. The EVO, however, will cost you around $199, which is not so bad for all the features that it offers. Again, the Epic 4G will push you back by $249, (the rates are after rebate) which raises a very basic question. Is it worth paying the additional $50 for a phone that just offers a few extra features and because it is a variant of the Samsung Unlocked Galaxy S? Critics say it would not be a bad investment either; however, a few more adjustments would have made it much more tempting.




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  • The Android has arrived! Well technically it arrived a long time back when Google officially released it, but the sales report figures now prove that Google Android has indeed arrived. Brace yourselves people, Google Android sales have beaten figures for the Apple unlocked iPhone4 globally. Need a bigger shock still? Google Android sales have also beaten sales figures for the BlackBerry in the United States. The Android invasion is on! The numbers in all practicality are not very surprising, since several research firms confirm that Android sales are going very strong indeed. Android devices according to Gartner have had 10.6 million sets shipped out into the market this quarter, clearly edging out iOS to be placed third overall, which culminates to close to 17.2% of the market share. What inspires awe is the fact that this is in fact a growth of 850% for Android in a matter of one year.


    Android’s incredible sale figures this quarter is dedicated to the fact that it managed availability across several mobile operators, that too on numerous mobile devices. It has been powering pretty high-profile, high end devices like the Samsung unlocked Galaxy S mobile devices and the HTC EVO 4G.


    A report says that Apple sold around 9 million iPhones this quarter, which culminates to 14.2% share of the mobile market. Out of this the unlocked iPhone 4, itself had sold three million sets in a matter of 3 weeks. Apple, despite not having the biggest market share still posts a higher profit from sales because of the higher profit margin per device it holds out. Before we end up too excited with Google Android or with the Apple iPhone, we would do well to note that RIM and Nokia are still on top of the mobile mountain, when it comes to pure market share. Till date Symbian OS is still the most popular platform for smartphones in the world today commanding close to 41.2% share of the market, with BlackBerry posting a share of 18.2%.



    This post was posted in Apple, Blackberry, Samsung and was tagged with unlocked samsung galaxy s, unlocked phones, unlocked Iphone 4

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  • The race is on to have the first working 4G network in USA, between MetroPCS, the little operator that could, and Verizon Wireless, while WiMAX is out of the question. During its last news conference, Chief Executive Officer Roger Linquist provided some information: Samsung SCH-r900 that is exceptionally difficult to pronounce and even more difficult to write, is the Samsung Craft. Its price is likely to be around $300. Though the operating system of the phone is currently not known, our guess is that it’s running Android.



    The LTE network will launch initially in two markets: Dallas Fort Worth region of Texas and Las Vegas, Nevada, said Linquist. Just to inform you of how little of a company MetroPCS is, the number of customers is just 7 million, comparing that to Verizon’s 92 million customers which is more than 13 times of MetroPCS, and it becomes clear the difficulty Verizon faces to get their network functioning. Early 2011 is the expected time for the upgrade to LTE.


    Nothing was mentioned about expected speeds of the cell phone. Verizon is expecting their LTE network to transfer data at rates of 6 to 12 megabits per second; on the other hand Clearwire is expected to deliver speeds of 20 to 70 megabits per second. 10 megabits per second is the speed T-Mobile with HSPA+ is providing today and according to rumours, their upgrade will result in producing speeds double or triple of what they are producing now.



    With latencies much lower than preceding wireless technology, it’s also snappier, thus speed isn’t the only positive side of LTE. It is also much more capable in connecting more customers to towers already in place. These little improvements should accumulate to create a wireless experience that is miles ahead of what’s already available.


    After Sweden and Norway, Japan is expected to get LTE in December and if things move smoothly as planned America doesn’t look much far behind either!



    This post was posted in Samsung, Smartphones and was tagged with unlocked samsung phone, unlocked cell phones

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  • As the release of the Unlocked Motorola Droid has caught the attention of the entire world of the smartphone, we have got reports that Samsung and carriers Verizon Wireless are engaged in finalizing their agreement where they will release the Fascinate which is Verizon’s version of the Galaxy S and Gem which are the two most popular Android phones which are currently out in the market.  We have got some great details of the release and more which we can tell you about. Above all, one needs to know that these phones have succeeded in a major way in the international market and this release with Verizon is just going to put it at a notch higher than what it was for this phone. Sales are expected to be higher because of this fact that people are already pretty familiar with this phone and therefore are well aware of the specs for this device.



    Other major networks in the country are also pretty much hyped about the release of the Samsung Unlocked Galaxy S (variants) where there have been carriers like T-Mobile who are have already come up with their variations of the Galaxy S. The T-Mobile Vibrant and the AT&T Captivate are some of the variants which are there in the market. As for the Verizon variant, this phone has specs which are pretty similar to the other ones. The most eye catching feature will definitely be the WVGA super AMOLED screen and the 5 megapixel camera without forgetting the pretty strong 1GHz Hummingbird processor. You will also get the capability to record 720p HD video and the Android 2.1 platform with the Touchwiz 3.0 UI is however slightly changed for the Verizon as it now comes with a metallic body which just adds to the look of the phone. We however do not know much about the Gem which is set to launch with Verizon only in September.




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  • Alien Babel Tech recently discovered that the HTC Vanguard, a T-Mobile operating with a HSPA+ network has a speed, which surpasses many other networks. The man who presented the benchmark at first place was Mike Bibik, a Senior Interaction Designer for T-mobile. This high-speed crazy machine has two other names like G1 Blaze Vision and Glacier. Other high-speed smartphones in the market are the Samsung Unlocked Galaxy S and the iPhone 4. When compared with the HTC Vanguard, these two phones scored 50% less than the HTC Vanguard in terms of CPU and GPU performance. A fast GPU and CPU obviously offer the users fast net connections on the phone.


    This high speed facilitates browsing and downloading and thus makes phone web an enjoyable experience for its users. Earlier even if smartphones had amazing resolution and most of the key features downloading speed on the phone was very low. Thus they could not raise much in the markets. Now with highly compatible application desired speed is available on an Android Operating System. Also to increase the battery life of the phones microSIM cards have been developed. These are greatly reduced versions in terms of size.



    Once the SIM card size gets reduced developers can get an opportunity to increase the battery size. This will offer longer browsing hours on the phone. These microSIM chips have been designed from 45 nm transistors and the next version promises to make it even smaller! The price of this device has not yet been finalized. One thing is that after getting high ratings on the net speed the price is expected to be pretty high and so it might not be economical for all classes of the society. Nevertheless this new HTC Vanguard phone definitely is a contribution to the world of today’s smartphones.




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