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  • Samsung Galaxy Player 5.0 Review
    Posted on December 14, 2011 by Pure Mobile

    By John Castell


    Samsung Galaxy Player 5.0 Review


    Samsung has led the charge in Google Android’s mission to win the hearts and minds of smartphone users and potential customers.  The South Korean company’s Samsung Galaxy II and highly anticipated tablet have launched it to top smartphone billing in the world this year and have it poised to give the upcoming Apple iPad 3 some true competition. So when looking at its Galaxy Player 5.0 media player Samsung’s answer to the iPod touch, there were high expectations.


    Compared to its playmates in the app-running, connected media player arena, we are sorry to report that this member of the Galaxy family line-up doesn’t live up to expectations. When considering that the astronomical advances made in smartphones, apps, and all of the associated technology and consumer inspired accessories, one has to ask: “what is the point of paying for a smartphone that doesn’t have calling ability?” Well, it’s for the storage that makes it a media-centric and media-dedicated device for consumers’ music, video, movies, etc.   Accessories are designed to protect, personalize and enhance your mobile devices.  Discover the latest innovative protective solutions and premium electronic accessories from the industry's most leading brands



    How did this particular media player measure up? 40 GB if a microSD memory  card is used as well. That is a full 24 GB less than a high-end iPod Touch. Die hard Samsung fans can always supplement this storage limitation with memory card, USBs and the like, but is something consumers need to beware.


    As for aesthetics… this media player lacks the satisfying gleam and sophistication of its counterparts and also its Galaxy family members. Cheap and plastic-like with a somewhat bulky frame, Samsung missed the mark. Its physicality could be overlooked if the sound on this device was even decent. Without headphones the sound is tinny. They try to cover up the bass deficits with the headphones they include (which are decent), but use another headphone set of your choice and your eardrums and feet will be sorely let down.   Leaving your valuable mobile devices unprotected is risky!  Protect your devices from scratches and blemishes with our stylish top brand accessories.


    The plus side is that Samsung was true to its word in regards to battery life and the hours of media play an end-user will experience. But at the end of the day, that is cold comfort for the price. Coming in at approximately $30 more than the iPod touch, Samsung will likely find few takers and a slew of excess inventory on its hands. This writer’s advice? Factor in all the costs in memory cards, USB sticks and headphones on top of below par camera, video, and sound quality. More likely than not, you are better off investing the cash in a high end, unlocked Samsung smartphone that will outperform and neatly keep all the same functionality in one pocket.


    Samsung Galaxy Player 5.0 Review


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  • By Aldo Panessidi



    Samsung ’Breaks out the Bubbly for a Record 2011'!


    We applaud Samsung for surpassing the 300 million unit mark this year.  This is considerable growth over the previous 2010 when their sales totaled around the 280 million unit mark. This is a first in the company’s history and Samsung confirmed the sales reporting to Reuters. One can only assume that this success will translate into cornering more of the tablet market with  their family of Samsung Galaxy Tablets as well in the coming year.


    When reviewing the most recent report from the market research and analysis firm, Strategy Analytics, Samsung’s mobile phone sales to distribution channels in the third quarter alone this year was 88 million. Clearly mobile device and unlocked cell phones are playing a major role in this South Korean company’s success. Another consideration should be the Android platform as well. It allows for a more open, global reach, that can only increase mobile device and protective accessories sales worldwide.


    Samsung ’Breaks out the Bubbly for a Record 2011'!Android fans and tech savvy consumers continue to rave about the Samsung Galaxy S II cell phone which contributes to the stellar success of these smartphones for the company.  In fact, Samsung confirmed that its smartphone shipments last quarter totaled up to 27.9 million units. This number equates to another gold star for the company – it is now the number one smartphone vendor in the world by shipment volume. This success could in part be attributed to the availability of unlocked Samsung devices that create sales opportunities for those same savvy consumers in search of the most cost effective smartphone plan.  .   Accessories are designed to protect, personalize and enhance your mobile devices.  Discover the latest innovative protective solutions and premium electronic accessories from the industry's most leading brands


    While their market leadership and achievements allows Samsung to  bask in the spotlight...  they don’t intend to rest on their laurels. For as the company’s president and head of mobile business, JK Shin, stated Sunday, ”We look forward to extending this success going into 2012.”




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  • Sony Ericsson’s Xperia 'Nozomi' - Wows
    Posted on December 13, 2011 by Pure Mobile

    By Adhurim Murtezai


    Sony Ericsson’s Xperia  'Nozomi' -  WowsNozomi, Nozomi – where have you been all our life?! Okay – in tech speak that translates into « where have you been all this year?! » But the sentiment is the same. The more we see of Sony Ericsson’s Xperia Arc HD (also known by the name Nozomi, the more stunned we are of the beauty of this devise.


    Thin and super modern, this chic smartphone has a 1280x720 pixel HD display and is rumored to sport a 1.5Ghz dual-core Snapdragon processor under the hood. But for those who need more oomph of memory and electronic accessories are available to enhance phone features and functionality.


    Another Google Android platform phone, this upcoming addition to the Sony Ericsson line features a 12 MP back camera, an HDMI port for 1080p mirroring and possibly a light bar for its touch buttons. What has been confirmed is that the Android OS will be the 2.3.5 Gingerbread will be the operating system upon release and then to be updated to Ice Cream Sandwich when Sony Ericsson is ready to roll.  No news on whether this will be released as an unlocked cell phone that will be carrier agnostic, but those details are sure to be forthcoming.
    Sony Ericsson’s Xperia  'Nozomi' -  Wows


    Unfortunately, this little darling does not have a micro SD card port. Internal storage is either 16GB or 32GB.  To cut down on space, there will be no micro SIM port. On more additional and important, but not so glamorous detail, is that the battery looks to be non-removable and of an unknown size.  Again, these shortcomings can be addressed with memory sticks and the like once accessory manufacturers and Sony Ericsson let us know what will be compatible with the Nozomi.   Accessories are designed to protect, personalize and enhance your mobile devices.   Discover the latest, innovative protective solutions and premium electronic accessories from the industry's most leading brands .


    With the amount of buzz around this smartphone, our breath is still held for more details, release dates, and a slew of extra tidbits.  Keep posted and keep shopping around!   Enhance your mobility... turn your device into a power tool.  Discover select accessories specifically designed to make your devices functionally efficient and performance rich.




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  • By Adhurim Murtezai
    We love the glitz and glamourous  glimpses of the Next Best Thing to hit the market; despite the fact that the consumer is the only factor that influences a product's market success.    So eager reader, here is another shot of teaser eye candy leaked from Hong Kong  -  the next generation Sony Xperia smartphone, codenamed Nozomi.  Compared to this beauty’s underground debut last month, the newest glimpse showcases this newest Xperia member in even better light.Next Genneration Sony Xperia - Hero Device or Flop?


    From the limited information that be can be gleaned, Nozomi appears to be running the new version of the Xperia skin. The Android Gingerbread OS looks to be the platform version du jour, but Ice Cream Sandwich is just around the corner. And, the three dots lined along the bottom of the screen are speculated as potential place holders for a future ICS upgrade. That remains to be seen.  Discover the latest innovative protective solutions and premium electronic accessories from the industry's most leading brands


    The informant was able to confirm that a dual-core chip powering this gem - hinting to a  Snapdragon S4.   As for the screen... it is  beautiful, clear 720pixels - protect your devices a screen protector to ensure scratch free glass and further enhance your devices with stylus & pens.  The Nozomi 's slim design can be personalized with high-quality skins and protected with trend-setting cases.


    While it is currently being tested in Asian markets, no announcements have been made for North American availability or whether Nozomi will be made more widely available as an unlocked cell phone.


    Will be sure to report the juicier details when they are made available, so stay posted!


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  • RIM Rebrands BBX as Blackberry 10
    Posted on December 8, 2011 by Pure Mobile

    By: Aldo Panessidi


     


    A lingering black cloud seems to be looming over Blackberry-maker RIM.  Starting with their announcement of a huge write-off on its Playbook Tablet, then having one of their company executive facing legal charges following a stampede at new device launch in  Indonesia and just last week having  two executives behaviour divert a plane.  Most recently, RIM was forced to rebrand their next-generation BBX platform to BlackBerry 10 after a trademark dispute with Basis of Albuquerque, New Mexico.


    RIM Rebrands BBX as Blackberry 10


    Our sources indicate that software company Basis International released a statement saying that a US federal court in Albuquerque has granted a temporary restraining order against RIM, barring it from using Basis' BBX trademark.  The judicial injunction officially bars RIM from using the trademark at its Asian DevCon conference on Wednesday and Thursday in Singapore.  This conference typically introduces a plethora of innovative protective solutions and premium electronic accessories from the industry's most respected and leading brands.


    "RIM doesn't typically comment on pending litigation, however RIM has already unveiled a new brand name for its next generation mobile platform. As announced at DevCon Asia, RIM plans to use the 'BlackBerry 10' brand name for its next generation mobile platform," RIM said.  Leaving your valuable mobile devices unprotected is risky!  Protect your devices from scratches and blemishes with stylish top brand accessories.


    RIM Rebrands BBX as Blackberry 10


    Research in Motion is counting on the BBX platform technology to revive its BlackBerry franchise, yet, it seems that is has run into trouble even before the company could install the system in its latest BlackBerry smartphone line.


    Albuquerque-based Basis International claims the "BBX" name is protected by trademarks it holds and that they had earlier threatened to take legal action against RIM unless it stopped using the moniker.  Moreover, Basis said RIM had refused requests to stop using the moniker at the DevCon conference, which resulted in the company filing for the temporary restraining order.  BAs for Blackberry, BX had been the planned name for the software that would power the phones, which will mark a transition to a form of the QNX operating system presently used on the PlayBook Tablet.


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  • By Megan Fleet


    Yahoo’s Hub gives traditional SMS some fierce competitionFor those customers unconcerned with RIMs stellar security record, BlackBerry Messenger is a customer retention application. iPhone specializes in WhatsApp. Yahoo now barges into the mobile device fray with a free Yahoo!Messenger app - for those die-hard OS or smart phone vendor enthusiasts, you’ll be pleased with the implications Hub has for your next device purchase. Discover the latest innovative protective solutions and premium electronic accessories from the industry's most leading brands


    Yahoo has fast been losing value as a search engine company against Google, so, the former has engaged in online content such as “Shine” and their Yahoo Messenger to continue driving traffic to its sites.  View the latest unlocked cell phones .


    Last Friday Yahoo announced the launch of Hub. This is a new text messaging application from the former search engine king.  What sets this launch apart? A few things:


    1. It permits smart phone users to not only text free of charge, but to create group chats a la BBM without being tied to an OS or carrier.
    2. Further expanding the options for consumers inclined to pursue an unlocked phone option.

    Yahoo’s Hub gives traditional SMS some fierce competition


    The beauty of this application is that it is device agnostic and compatible / communicable with any device with a phone number. The other phone doesn’t even have to have Hub installed to communicate (those messages are received as good ole fashioned SMS). Imagine the cost savings that enable you to explore customizable phone accessories or perhaps a tablet!


    A further recommendation to Hub is its security features: private conversation threads - a luxury in the current Android, Blackberry and Apple environment of tracked locations, texts, and keystrokes.  Luckily for Android users, Hub is available in beta as a download from Android market.  Of course, the text app options are vast, especially for those consumers not tied to an OS, carrier, or smart phone manufacturer and open to reviewing the mobile device solutions available.


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