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  • The unlocked LG C900 Quantam has received a fair amount of attention from the mobile community for being one of the first top of the line phones to use the Windows Phone OS 7 technology that many think will put Microsoft in the thick of the mobile industry in the coming years. The phone is one of the most solid devices for this operating system, and there are numerous reasons why it has continued to garner attention.


    The ability to record HD 720p quality fit is a crowd-drawer. The Quantam allows you to easily share these videos with your friends or through your social networking accounts. Although the phone is only equipped with a 5 mega-pixel camera, it does have zoom and auto-focus support that allow you to take high quality pictures.


    Its 1 GHz processor is more than enough to deal with all of the web browsing, app downloading and OS surfing that you will do, and the phone rarely shows any signs of lag. For those of us with XBox Live, the integration features that allow you to check your scores and gamer points are interesting, and fun to play around with.


    The Microsoft Office suite also comes included with the phone. Among the programs that are int he package are Word, Excel, PowerPoint and a calender application. This will help you to stay organized and will also allow you to work on last minute presentations when you are in a rush. It is a surprise that they have not marketed the LG C900 Quantam of more of a business phone.



    Overall, the LG C900 Quantam unlocked is solid, and is among the most highly regarded Windows Phone 7 Phones to don the highly anticipated operating system. It should be a solid competitor for other similarly priced phones, and is comfortable to hold and easily fits in most pockets.



    This post was posted in Friday Review, LG, Odd And Interesting, Windows Mobile and was tagged with unlocked LG C900, LG C900 unlocked

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  • HTC HD7 Best Offering From HTC Yet
    Posted on December 15, 2010 by Pure Mobile

    The HTC HD7 has garnered a lot of attention from the mobile community, and for good reason; it might just be the best device that HTC has offered the public yet. Known for its huge display and excellent touchscreen technology, the Unlocked HTC HD7 smoothly runs the Windows Phone 7 operating system with ease and rarely shows any signs of being bogged down. It is easily one of the most highly anticipated phones on the market.


    Its 1GHz Snapdragon processor and 578 MB of RAM ensure that you will never have problems with the speed of the device. Although Windows Phone 7 does call for a lot in terms of hardware and speed in order to run it, the HD7 seems to handle the task perfectly and is one of the best devices to come loaded with the operating system to date.



    Along with its huge screen, the phone also comes with a kickstand on the back for your viewing pleasure. It is clear that they were attempting to take hold of the media-loving market, and they have released the perfect phone to do so. The 4.2 inch display is large enough for you to comfortably watch movies and video on.


    HTC HD7 unlocked handset comes complete with 16 GB of hard drive space, which should be more than enough but unfortunately is not expandable at this time. Releases outside of the US with only receive 8 GB of storage that is also non-expandable.


    One of  htc  largest complaints about the phone has been that the panel that was used can make it awkward to see the screen from some angles in certain lighting environments. While this is a small complaint, it certainly is a warranted one for a phone that comes complete with a kickstand and has been marketed as the perfect phone for media viewing.




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  • It might not be a pretty smooth move but Windows have decided to use their own shortcomings to take a dig at their competitors Apple. With the release of the Windows Phone 7, the company decided to take a few pot shots at their primary market competitor Apple, for the problems they were facing with the unlocked iPhone 4 and its reception. In a recent event, the chief operating officer of Microsoft, Kevin Turner, remarked that the Apple iPhone can become their Vista and that Microsoft was happy about it. Furthermore, he also said that with the Windows Mobile 7, the customer would not have to hold it a certain way to use it.


    These remarks are not very different from what is going on around the market but according to the market trends, the sales of the iPhone 3GS Unlocked Handset are not really down. The device has already sold over 1.7 million sets all over the world and there is no sign of the sales slowing down. Even as a lot of the techs review and such companies are chucking their recommendations for the iPhone 4 unlocked gadget, the iPhone is selling like hotcakes around the world. These comments though were made at a Microsoft event which focused largely on their new Windows 7 phone which we think is a hit in waiting for the software giant. Personally we feel that Microsoft should concentrate on what they are doing with their phone rather than attacking Apple.


    The interface on this phone looks nice and goes a long way from the previous designs and the layout of the icons are very easy to use and does a lot for the users. Navigation is also quite user friendly. The only thing we can do for now is to just wait for it to release in the market.




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  • Not even a whole two months removed from announcing their Windows Phone 7 Series Microsoft is back today with another event that is expected to reveal its Project Pink lineup which will include two new handsets known as the “Pure” and “Turtle.”  It is unknown whether or not they will run Windows Phone 7 or a completely different OS. 



    With the start of their event Microsoft has made a couple announcements regarding the specs of these two new phones.  Here are the specs for the Kin One.
    · Compact keypad for one-handed texting
    · Multi-touch display
    · 5 megapixel camera with LED flash and SD video recording
    · Wi-Fi
    · GPS
    · External mono speaker
    · 4GB internal memory (enough for 1,000 songs)
    · Media powered by Zune
    With a slightly different design the specs for the Kin Two are also slight different.  Here is what this device is expected to come with.
    · Horizontal sliding QWERTY keypad
    · Multi-touch display
    · 8 megapixel camera with LED flash and HD video recording
    · Wi-Fi
    · GPS
    · External stereo speaker
    · 8GB internal memory (enough for 2,000 songs)
    · Media powered by Zune


    Windows Phone 7 is about simplifying people’s lives, whereas KIN is all about amplifying people’s lives. It represents Microsoft “cranking social up to 11″ for “people who live to be connected, share, express and relate to their friends and family.” Don't forget about getting your Bluetooth headset as well.


    These two new devices are designed to keep people more in touch with their friends and acquaintances via various social media websites.  One of the cool features of the Kin is that it comes with KIN Studio. “It’s your phone, online, on any web browser.” With KIN Studio, all of your call logs, texts, contacts images, videos, and more are stored in the cloud and viewable in a pretty nifty looking timeline. Pretty much everything you do on the KIN is compatible with geo-tagging, so if you forget where you were when you took a particular picture or video you can go online and refresh your memory thanks to the integration of Bing Maps


     I am sure there will be a lot more announcements regarding Project Pink coming from the current Microsoft event and the availability of getting it as an unlocked cell phone.



    This post was posted in Smartphones, Windows Mobile and was tagged with Windows Phone 7, unlocked cell phone, microsoft, KIN

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  • It appears that Toshiba is firmly in the Windows camp as they are set to announce the release of yet another Windows Mobile based cell phone in Japan. Last year Toshiba released the “iPhone killer TG01” which was on the Windows Mobile 6.5 OS. This year Toshiba is set to release the K01 which is going to be utilizing Windows Mobile version 6.5.3. This new mobile device is set to be released in June and will have these main features:



    • Snapdragon processor (1GHz)
    • 4.1-inch AMOLED capacitive touchscreen (480×800 resolution)
    • 3G CDMA module
    • slider QWERTY keyboard
    • RAM 384MB
    • ROM 512MB
    • 3.2MP CMOS camera
    • IEEE802.11b/g Wifi
    • Bluetooth 2.0+EDR
    • weight: 158g
    • size: 66×123×12.9mm (Toshiba says it’s the slimmest QWERTY slider out there)


    While many of the newest mobile devices are latching on to the Android platform there are still some nice phones out there that use the Windows Mobile operating system. The K01 is going to be no different. With a list of impressive features such as the K01 will sport it is no wonder that this device is primed to be one of the most popular on the market.


    By using the newest version of Windows Mobile, version 6.5.3, the K01 by Toshiba set to be one of the most powerful smartphones on the market. Along with the QWERTY keyboard and sleek design the K01 is likely to appeal to a large audience of power users that like their mobile phones to be small in stature but large in capabilities. I for one can not wait to get my hands on one of these devices when they are set to be released this June.



    This post was posted in Windows Mobile and was tagged with windows mobile phone, Windows Mobile

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  • In more news about the upcoming Windows 7 phone Microsoft released a few more details about what we can expect with this new mobile device.  Charlie Kindel, who is in charge of Microsoft’s Windows Phone developer strategy, said that Microsoft is working with developers to make sure that Windows Phone 7 handsets come equipped with enough memory for applications, 3D games and media storage.  Kindel also went on to suggest that these phones may have microSD cards embedded in them but will be locked in place so that the end user can not get to them.



    Microsoft also noted that much like the iPhone the Windows Phone 7 will not be a true multitasking device.  Third party applications will not be able to run continuously in the background and those using VoiP will be limited.  “Apps that run arbitrarily in the background create an end user experience where battery life and responsiveness of the system becomes … inconsistent," Kindel said.  "We focused on getting a set of experiences right where we didn't have to support [multitasking,] but we will over time."


    While it is sort of a bummer that true multitasking will not be supported with the onset of the Windows 7 Phone it is reassuring that they will be working on it for the future.  One of my biggest pet peeves about the current mobile devices is their lack of multitasking abilities.  It sounds like future releases of the Windows Phone 7 might just have that problem solved though.



    This post was posted in Windows Mobile and was tagged with Windows Phone 7

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  • While the new Windows 7 phone that is set to come out very soon has generated a lot of buzz this might be some buzz that is less popular.  It appears as if the only way to get apps for your new Windows 7 phone will be to purchase those apps through the Windows Phone Marketplace.  Much like the Apple’s App Store for the iPhone there will be only one way to get apps onto the new Windows 7 device.



    Also, developers of any new apps for the Windows 7 phone will have to submit their apps to the marketplace where their app will be approved or rejected for inclusion into the Windows Phone Marketplace much like a developer does currently for the iPhone.  Microsoft plans to learn from Apple’s mistakes however and provide much more transparency into their approval process.  This will be welcomed news for programmers as they can get a much better sense for what goes on behind the scenes and what will and will not be approved by the marketplace.


    Apps for the new windows phone can be purchased through the device itself or via the Zune desktop client.  One cool feature of the Windows 7 phone app’s is that once a customer has downloaded an app it can be deleted and downloaded again at a later date as the apps are linked to a customer’s Microsoft Live account and not with the phone itself.


    All of this news sounds pretty standard as Microsoft is just following the path set forth by Apple.  It should be pretty interesting to see what kind of apps the Windows 7 phone has that the iPhone does not.  Also, I will be interested to see if Microsoft sticks to their word about providing a more transparent app approval process.



    This post was posted in Apple, Windows Mobile and was tagged with window 7 phone, iPhone

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