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  • Sony Vivaz Available at PureMobile
    Posted on October 20, 2010 by Pure Mobile

    The Unlocked Sony Ericsson Vivaz Pro is one of the thinnest slider cellphones on today's market. However, although it may be a small device, it offers some fantastic features and benefits. It offers state-of-the-art camera software and excellent social networking features that are convenient and user-friendly. This model is quickly gaining popularity on the cellphone market due to its feature rich platform and excellent reviews it has received from professionals and consumers alike. It offers a slide-out keyboard which is appealing to almost all cellphone users, and it provides touch screen technology that out-performs the competition. Most manufacturers are turning out variations of the Smartphone, however, the Pro is head and shoulders above the rest.



    The Sony Ericsson Vivaz Pro boasts superb pixel resolution to watch videos, surf the internet, or view high resolution photos. The Pro uses the Qwerty keyboard and features a resistive touch screen. These features will make it easier than ever before to text message, email, or talk. There are attractive landscaping options available with this model, as well.


    One of the most popular features of this phone is its digital camera. This feature makes video calls to other phones possible, and in addition to this it features another mega pixel camera option for standard use. It is the first phone with recording video technology, and it also offers features such as face detection, scene mode function, and interface with shoot. The camera component of the phone is extremely user friendly, so it is a good choice for those who are not familiar with high tech cellphone models and their functions.



    With the increasing popularity of social networking, users of the Vivaz Pro Unlocked can keep in touch with those in their social circle easier than ever before. The phone includes easy to use applications for Twitter, Facebook and other popular social networks. Those who wish to acquire a stae-of-the-art slider cellphone offering wifi, GPS, media player, as well as the aforementioned social networking features, they need look no further than the Sony Ericsson Vivaz Pro.


    PureMobile carries a wide range of unlocked cell phones and Android phones such as the LG Eve Unlocked,  HTC Desire, etc.




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  • In July, a project manager for the Android revealed that Google was planning on launching a music store during the release of the Android 3.0. Since then, more details have come about regarding this new unlocked cell phone. Basically, it has undergone significant UI retooling, which helps improve the phone’s appearance.  The interface is also more user-friendly, as there will be new notification bars, icons and scrolling effects.  When all these changes are put together, users will have an easier time navigating through their cell phone.  Such improvement will be a godsend, especially considering the amount of Google apps that will be provided with the phone. With easier navigation, these programs become more accessible--even for novice Android users.
    Video chat and VOIP calling are two additional features that will be available with the Android 3.0 cell phone. The video chat will be incorporated into the phone’s operating system. It may also be integrated with FaceTime, though previous failures with video chat makes this an uncertainty (as Google may not want to take the risk). The company does not feel this way about VOIP. In fact, they plan on integrating the technology into their Google Voice service. If this can be successfully implemented, Android users could make cell phone calls at a significantly reduced cost. Depending on the carrier, some calls might even be free. The same would also be true for Android tablets. With VOIP technology, they could make phone calls without having to rely on cellular connections. Again, for users this means less money has to be paid out.
    In conclusion, the Android 3.0 looks quite promising. The improved graphics as well as the video chat and VOIP integration puts the phone a step ahead of its competition. Fans might have even more to look forward to as the phone nears its release date.

    In July, a project manager for the Android revealed that Google was planning on launching a music store during the release of the Android 3.0. Since then, more details have come about regarding this new cell phone. Basically, it has undergone significant UI retooling, which helps improve the phone’s appearance.  The interface is also more user-friendly, as there will be new notification bars, icons and scrolling effects.  When all these changes are put together, users will have an easier time navigating through their cell phone.  Such improvement will be a godsend, especially considering the amount of Google apps that will be provided with the phone. With easier navigation, these programs become more accessible--even for novice Android users.
    Video chat and VOIP calling are two additional features that will be available with the Android 3.0 cell phone. The video chat will be incorporated into the phone’s operating system. It may also be integrated with FaceTime, though previous failures with video chat makes this an uncertainty (as Google may not want to take the risk). The company does not feel this way about VOIP. In fact, they plan on integrating the technology into their Google Voice service. If this can be successfully implemented, Android users could make cell phone calls at a significantly reduced cost. Depending on the carrier, some calls might even be free. The same would also be true for Android tablets. With VOIP technology, they could make phone calls without having to rely on cellular connections. Again, for users this means less money has to be paid out.
    In conclusion, the Android 3.0 looks quite promising. The improved graphics as well as the video chat and VOIP integration puts the phone a step ahead of its competition. Fans might have even more to look forward to as the phone nears its release date.


    PureMobile carries a wide range of unlocked cell phones and Android phones such as the Unlocked Sony Ericsson Xperia X10, Motorola Milestone Droid, LG EVE




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  • AlwaysOnPC recently unleashed its new version the Virtual PC app centered around the Android and iOS platforms. The feature release comes with about forty pre-installed programs that include a mobile office suite and the Firefox browser with enabled Flash functions. AlwaysOnPC aims at putting the incredible capacities of a desktop machine into the narrow dimensions of an iPhone, iPad and Sony Ericsson Xperia X10 Unlocked Android phone.


    The application provides users with a mix of tools that help productivity and services that enable users to almost discard their desktops. While Open Office allows users to copy, paste and edit through apps, and also save the most common types of files like Word (.docx or .doc), PowerPoint (.ppt, .pptx) and Excel (.xls, .xlsx), and much more.


    The absence of a Flash enabled environment has always been a highly debated problem put forth to Apple and this issue continued to disappoint anticipating users, up until now. AlwaysOnPC finally delivers an unlocked iPhone4 and iPad Flash Player bundled with Firefox so the users can browse the whole Web without any hitches on the device, at long last. Although full audio support or even motion are still not enabled on this device, with Apple working on the aforementioned improvements, customers can still enjoy full access to sites like Google Analytics, Facebookgames, and a lot more from their device.


    Hosted by "Internet Cloud," AlwaysOnPC actually offers a proper encrypted SSH protocol connection during data exchange on devices. This provides total solid security along with the promised high levels of performance for several common tasks. For example a user can now access large files, say maybe a PDF file, or even PowerPoint decks and of course Excel Spreadsheets of as much as 100Mb size or even more from an email attachment, a storage service online such as Megaupload at speeds up to more than ten times sooner than the other competing mobile service providers. A gem of a release indeed!




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  • The Simon Property Group, that current owns more than 350 malls in the United States of America has teamed up with a startup from Silicon Valley called Shopkick in order to devise a way to make cell phone coupons work.


    Starting from August, around 25 malls in the cities of Loa Angeles, San Francisco, Chicago and New York will have devises installed that will help Shopkick in its effort to make its cell phone coupons work. The malls owned by Simon Property Group, have on an average, 140-150 stores and the shops that will be participating in this scheme will have to have speakers installed near its entrance, which will emit a high frequency sound that is beyond the audibility limit of humans, but the frequency will match that of the microphones in mobile phones. When a customer walks by the store, they can activate the application, which is by the way, only available on unlocked iPhone4 and Android powered devices, and will start to receive points, discount offers, news and updates about what the shop has to offer and so much more that the shop could use to get you inside and cajole you to part with your money.


    Four other big guns in the retail business are also using the latest application from Shopkick, the most recognizable being Macy’s Big Buy, although the other three wished to remain anonymous. Macy’s will have the technology up and running in almost 25% of its store in one week in the test phase and if the experiment goes well, they will expand it to the other stores as well. Sources reveal the Macy’s stores in San Francisco might be the first ones to have this technology.


    However, the skepticism about it is still there and experts believe that it will drive young people to shop online even more.



    This post was posted in Apple, General, Sony Ericsson and was tagged with unlocked smartphones, unlocked phones, unlocked Iphone 4

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  • Qt Developer Network Launched
    Posted on July 21, 2010 by Pure Mobile

    Qt has quietly launched the Qt Developer Network in Beta and offers the usual content such as blogs, wiki, forums and Fads that are available in any standard site for developers. But reading the blogs available in the site, you get to learn that in the near future they have plans of including Ovi account integration, groups, eLearning content, a books section and videos on your phone. All this is said to be done with the clear intention of bringing more developers on board.


    Nokia, the owner of Qt has taken a different route with this approach because clearly it was earlier thought to be unlikely of the electronics mogul to create a separate site for its developers, one which is not part of the Nokia Forum although it still remains to be on Nokia’s domain. Now there might be an answer as to why Nokia decided to make the site go solo. Although nothing can be said with surety, Nokia has some strategies one of which is the “attract developers” strategy which is all very complex but might be where the answer to the above question lies. The two platforms that Qt supports namely the Symbian and MeeGo has other licensees such as Sony Ericsson Unlocked handsets, but these users linking articles on a site that has brand Nokia all over it like the Forum Nokia, is unthinkable. This is the closest that one can guess to be the reason behind Nokia’s innovative decision.


    Since the Qt supports and works on two platforms-the Symbian and the MeeGo and also works on smartphones running other operating systems along with this, Nokia has high expectations surrounding this venture and sources from inside the company also says that they expect to dominate developer site market with this venture. But that again is a different story and only the future will tell what is in store for them.




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  • Sony Ericsson Xperia X10 Mini
    Posted on May 21, 2010 by Pure Mobile

    Sony has released one of the smallest android phones out there.  The Unlocked Sony Ericsson Xperia x10 Mini is a compact phone has taken the words to a whole new understanding.  It easily fits in the palm of your hand, and has maintained many of the qualities of its big brother, the Xperia x10.  The overall measurements are 3.27" x 1.9".  It has a thickness of .63 inches, which makes it very small and slim phone, which Sony Ericsson has kept the curved design feature, make it a great phone to hold..



    The Xperia x10 Mini has a 2.55-inch capacitive screen with QVGA resolution, and uses the Android interface, known as UX utilizing Timescape UI.  This allows the user a better experience as well as integrating with web services and social media.  Since the screen is so small, you will not be able to have more than one widget at a time, but this does not seem to be a liability.  There are four shortcuts you applications in the home screen, which you can also change, based on your preferences.  Surprisingly, the small phone even sports a five megapixel camera, including a flash, auto focus and geo-tagging.  It also has video capability, which can be utilized in the 640x480 pixel resolution.


    The  Xperia X10 Mini from is able to surf the web extremely smoothly, but small screen size sometimes it is a little hard to read.  It will work with the 3G, Wi-Fi networks, and this smart phone, with the touchscreen capability is a fast and extremely functional phone. It is Bluetooth supported and has A-GPS, digital compass and a 3.5mm audio jack.  This may be too small to phone for some people with larger hands, but it can be utilized by everyone.  It is expected that the phone will be available sometime in the second quarter of 2010.  Its sister phone, the Sony Ericsson Xperia X10 Mini Pro Unlocked Gadget.



    This post was posted in Sony Ericsson and was tagged with Sony Ericsson Xperia X10 Mini, Samsung Cell Phones

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  • Sony Ericsson Unlocked gadgets has been asked really busy since the conference in Barcelona a few months ago.  They have not only release the Xperia X10, the X10 Mini but also the Mini Pro.  This small phone is elegant and slim, while being able to fit comfortably into the palm of your hand as well as your pocket or purse.  It has all of the multi-platform features and functions of the Xperia as well.



    The Unlocked  Xperia Mini Pro by Sony Ericson has the four icons on the main screen of this touchscreen smart phone and you can access the widgets for all of the features that you use often.  What is great about this particular phone is the fact that it also has a four QWERTY keyboard that slides out.  The phone has the curved features like its other siblings so that it is easy and comfortable to hold.  The interface that it uses is the Timescape, which helps to bring all of your communications integrated into workplace.  In addition, it also has the musicscape application so that you can keep all of your music organized and together one place.  You are able to download from all of your favorite websites, and it displays the songs information while it is plain.


    The five-megapixel camera has auto focus, zoom and geo-tagging, which will provide clear and wonderful pictures that you are able to directly send to your friends using all of your messaging features.  You can purchase additional applications from the android market, which is constantly being updated.  It will give you 3.5 hours of talk time and up to 360 hours of standby time.  This small package carries a lot of power and keeps Sony Ericsson, a major player in the Mini style of phones.



    This post was posted in Sony Ericsson and was tagged with Xperia X10 Mini Pro, Samsung Cell Phones

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  • Sony Ericsson recently released the second firmware update for their touch-drive Aino Unlocked phone.  This latest firmware update reduces the power usage, improves the overall stability and adds a bunch of themes.  In addition to the longer battery life the new Aino firmware also brings new video codec support (MIME-type MPEG4-generic), improved WLAN and Bluetooth coexistence and three band new themes.  You will also get a new game called Bubble Town 2.



    It appears as if Sony Ericsson is fully committed to delivering nice firmware updates through their entire line of mobile phones.  Earlier this year we saw new firmware updates for Satio, Yari and Xperia X2.  The Xperia X2 has been updated with video telephony and FM radio apps while the Satio’s firmware was given WVGA video recording, direct upload to Facebook and YouTube plus DLNA support.  The Yari also has two new games and improved battery life.  Also, Sony Ericsson recently announced a major Android 2.1 update to the Unlocked  Xperia X10 which is suppose to add HD video recording to the already impressive specs sheet of the smartphone.


    It is nice to see Sony Ericsson still paying attention to their current and older models of cell phones to enhance their users’ experience.  It seems that many times these cell phone manufacturers worry too much about releasing the next latest and great smartphone that they forget to pay attention to the ones they currently have on the market.  Often times there will be several bugs or quirks related to a certain phone and instead of fixing these issues cell phone companies will just release a new device hoping that people will upgrade their phones.  By continually adding upgrades to these devices they will surely keep their current customers happy and will more than likely be rewarded with repeat business.



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  • Sprint will now be carrying another environmentally correct cell phone.  The LG Cell Phone (Remarq) is primarily a messaging phone, which will also allow you to utilize many social networking features.  The biggest deal about this phone is that it is eco-friendly.  It is partially made from recycled plastic and the packaging that the mobile device comes in is mostly made from materials that are recycled as well.  To carry the theme on further, the charger is Energy Star.  We have seen an emergence of environmentally friendly phones, which also includes the Sony Ericsson Aspen unlocked cell phone.



    Not only is the phone good for the earth, being manufactured and produced with 87% environmentally friendly products, but it also comes with a really cool eco-calculator application, which will tell you how much CO2 you are saving when you walk or cycle instead of using a car.  The phone also comes with additional features as well.  It has the full slide out QWERTY keyboard.  It also has a 1.3 mega pixel camera, MP3 player and has the MicroSD card slot, which gives you up to 16GB of additional memory.  It is also has stereo Bluetooth.  The phone is great for social media such as Facebook and the phone makes it extremely easy to upload photos to the variety of social networks and Photobucket.


    It has all of the built-in accessories we use, such as the alarm clock calculator, notepad clock.  You will be able to send and receive instant messages and e-mail, as well as the ability to access any of your e-mail accounts.  The phone is available in dark silver, as well as turquoise.  Give you 5.5 hours of talk time and has a 320x240 QVGA screen with 262K of color resolution.  It should be available around May 9th.



    This post was posted in LG, Sony Ericsson and was tagged with Sprint, sony ericsson Aspen, LG Remarq, Sony Ericsson, LG

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  • Benefits of an Unlocked Cell Phone
    Posted on February 19, 2010 by Pure Mobile

    It is very surprising to realize that most people in the United States do not know or understand what an unlocked cell phone is.  I was having dinner with my family this past week, and of course the discussion turned towards cell phones and cell phone plans.  I was explaining that there were numerous benefits to purchasing an unlocked cell phone.


    My sister-in-law had just purchased the new Samsung 1637 Jack unlocked and of course now she is locked into another three-year contract with her current carrier.  I asked her why she did this, as she has never really cared much for her current plan.  She bought a phone and extended her plan because she figured that it was her only option to getting a new cell phone.


    Samsung I637 JACK 3G NAM Black AT&T Unlocked GSM Cellular Phone


    I explained to her that by purchasing an unlocked cell phone, it would give her the freedom and flexibility in choosing a carrier.  I explained that she may have even been able to save some extra money as the cost of the phone would not be buried in the plan.  I also explained that since she does travel outside the country several times a year, that an unlocked cell phone would give her the freedom to purchase local Sim cards, so she would not occur any additional charges from her carrier.


    When I started to explain that there are many phones we do not even have access to here in the United States, and some of the amazing features of the phones, I began to get the attention of some of my younger nieces and nephews.  I explained to them that they would be able to get some of the newest technology that is only available in the European markets by purchasing an unlocked cell phone like the Sony Ericsson Aspen unlocked.


    I think they will all start to consider purchasing an unlocked cell phone the next time their current contract from their carrier is about to end.  When I explained to them some of the amazing phones and all the features that they have, which we are not yet able to get here, they all pulled out their existing phones and began to enter the website information for Pure Mobile to purchase their unlocked cell phone.



    This post was posted in Samsung, Sony Ericsson and was tagged with unlocked cell phone, Samsung Jack, Sony Ericsson

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