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  • A Few More HTC Phones
    Posted on March 11, 2009 by Pure Mobile

    HTC is a Taiwanese-based company and is one of the leading manufacturers of high tech Microsoft Windows based cellular phones globally. Initially it was an outsourcing company but now the company manufactures its own handheld self branded devices. The extraordinary product line from HTC includes smartphones, PDA phones and music phones. Some popular models of HTC cellular phones are discussed below:


    HTC FUZE Black: This smartphone from HTC beautifully displays a wide 2.8-inch VGA touch screen that provides up to four times resolution then other smart devices. The powerful HTC FUZE Black TouchFLO 3D interface provides an easy way to control messaging, calendar checks, emails, etc. Also, the full slide out QWERTY keyboard provides an ease for typing intensive tasks, such as composing email or working on Microsoft Office documents. Other great features incorporated in this smartphone include built-in Wi-Fi, TV-out functionality, 3.2-MP digital camera, support for data at 3G speeds



    HTC G1: This high class business phone is meant to cater to the needs of tech-savvy people. The phone is a complete package in itself that provides for touch screen interface along with the full five-row QWERTY keyboard. Enjoy the unique browsing experience as this smartphone allows a quick browsing through multiple sites at the same time with its multi-page window pane feature. The smartphone also offers 3.15 MP Camera with autofocus, Digital Compass, Motion Sensor, microSD expansion slot and support for 3G, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and USB.



    HTC has a great line up of Windows based cellular phones.  HTC is also planning on releasing an update to the G1 called the Magic later this year.  Stay tooned as we will have a blog post regarding the phone.



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  • Why You Should Own A HTC Smartphone
    Posted on January 13, 2009 by Pure Mobile

    High Tech Computer (HTC) is a renowned brand in the cell phone market. This Taiwan based company is among the fastest-growing mobile phone companies. The company designs, produces and markets innovative, feature rich smartphones and PDA phone devices. HTC is also the Original Design Manufacturer (ODM) of some well recognized, powerful Microsoft Windows CE-based portable devices. HTC cell phones are very elegant and are packed with all the features a mobile phone user looks for. The company’s products have been among the most progressive products in the recent years. Here are some reasons why people buy HTC cell phones:


    HTC cell phones are very stylish and affordable


    HTC mobiles are the latest technology based handsets and have innovative designs. These multi-purpose cell phones are very user-friendly and are available in an array of amazing designs like slide-out keypad, touch screen, candy-bar style and more. The models like HTC Touch Dial, HTC Shadow, HTC S730 are extremely stylish as well as affordable. With the availability of number of designs and models, you can easily choose the one that suits your personality and requirements.


    HTC cell phones offer wide range of functionalities


    HTC cell phones have lots of exciting and amazing features. These cell phones offer a wide range of mobile multimedia resources, internet access for browsing, Bluetooth, built-in Google calendar to allow the users to manage appointments and more. Some cell phones also come with an integrated GPS (Global Positioning System) navigation feature that allows the users to get directions for the desired locations on their mobile handsets.


    HTC cell phones are great for business needs


    Apart from the great designs and fundamental functionalities, many HTC cell phones also offer advanced technology and superior connectivity. These cell phones come with the complete package of Microsoft office mobile applications, including Outlook Mobile, Word Mobile, Excel Mobile, PowerPoint Mobile and more. HTC cell phones like HTC Touch, HTC TyTN II, HTC PPC-6800 Smartphone, etc. offer better connectivity to the internet, allow creating and editing various documents and lots more. These phones are much preferred by businessmen.


    With the 2009 line up looking to have some very interesting things HTC is looking to stay as one of the top smartphones manufacturers on the market.  You can check out puremobile.com for the complete line of HTC phones.



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  • Google Phone
    Posted on October 27, 2008 by Pure Mobile

    So this week brings a new phone at PureMobile for us to test out and give our opinion on what we think.  The phone we get to test is Google’s G1 Android Phone.  It’s been a long time coming and the wait has been worth it.



    The phone is sleek and slim weighing in at around 5.6 ounces and measuring approximately 4.6 x 2.1 x 0.6 inches.  The good thing about this small package is that it packs a 3.2 inch touch screen and full QWERTY keyboard that slides out for easier typing.  The screen is bright and easy to see which is definitely a good thing.  The G1 also supports the 3G network for high speed downloads on your phone and can be connected to a local Wi-Fi network also.


    Coming with a 3MP camera the photos look nice but we were disappointed with the lack of options they gave us.  We couldn’t figure out how to lower the quality of the images or resolution so we could save on space.  The phone comes with 60MB of internal memory and a microSD slot to put a card into.  We had no problem using a 16GB card microSD memory card for storage space.



    You also get all the standard things like the ability to use Gmail, Yahoo Messenger and MSN Messenger, which means that we at PureMobile will be able to continue our excellent customer service.


    As for a few downsides we have to say the lack of A2DP or Stereo Bluetooth and a standard 3.5mm head phone jack (why a USB jack?) makes us think that even though the phone has a lot of potential the music capabilities could definitely use some improvements.


    Now for the App Market, which is Google’s store to get new applications to increase the usefulness of your phone, is a good thing.  At the time of writing there are plenty of apps available and more being added all the time.  It leaves a lot of growth for your new phone.  You can download new apps and games all the time.



    From our in-house tests the edge network is faster then it is on the iPhone.


    So overall we are impressed.  It’s a good phone and, being an open platform it looks like, it will only get better.  We would definitely recommend it and can’t wait for the next version of the phone to see what upgrades are included



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