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  • Free Palms-best offer ever
    Posted on July 9, 2010 by Pure Mobile

    Marketing plays an enormous role in a company’s ascent towards a brighter tomorrow and the best of these organizations provide us with the best of deals. As the company grows in stature, the deals offered gets smarter and concerned company gets even more flexible and all the less stingy. And talking of flexible, the latest wow offer in the market is HP providing for Palm Pre and Palm Pixi sets to those who avail AT&T and Verizon. This is absolutely splendid break of events for those who wanted a taste of Palm after it became a part of HP. Can the offer be more attractive? And to top it all Verizon faithful with Unlocked Palm Pre Plus will be granted a free Bluetooth headset. Sprint clients will not have any such exclusive offers at hand and will have to cough up almost hundred dollars for Pre and more than ten bucks for Pixi.



    As the various world powers in technology push for better updates and move forward with the requirements of a better tomorrow, HP is right up there with the elites. As an appended bonus to the free unlocked cellphones, HP is all set to launch its webOS 1.4.5. Although critically speaking it is only a small update to its previous running version, it does mends and improvises where the former failed to gain ground. It fixes some of the more controversial elements such as text inputs when it comes to web pages. It also strengthens the security by quite a bit, which was a major issue in its former running version and forms better support and stability for webOS plug-in Development Kit.



    In all possibilities, this is the new talked about hardware from Palm, with the better and improved version of webOS. It is clear that HP is in all intent clearing away their stocks to make room for the new ones. So it would be exciting to see what exactly is in store for us.




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  • When the new broadcasters broke off into being their usual dramatic selves and informed us with the breaking news that the T mobile GarminPhone hasn’t been doing well in the market, no one was shocked. It was as if it was expected to flunk, plummet in the market. It’s become transparent that no one wants a relatively limited GPS centric handset, even if it might be running on the Android technology.



    On your TV screens, in advertisements or on the paper the GarminPhone will sweep you off your feet with its sleek snazzy looks.  But the features that they offer are quite modest to say the least. The model sports a 3.5-inch capacitive touch screen, 3-megapixel camera with no flash, 3G, Wi-Fi and a microSD slot. These features are all there and much better in the other smartphones such as the Motorola Milestone so this GarminPhone doesn’t really offer anything new or groundbreaking.



    But it does provide with a sleek new feature, which enables its users to give away their own navigational device and rely on the GarminPhone navigational facilities.  Before its release there was a lot of talk about the classy navigational features and a lot of din was made by the retail shopkeepers, but since its launch not a very many shops have shown a lot of interest in marketing the product realizing that navigational technology installment inside a smartphone didn’t make it a cut above the rest.



    The main reasons why the GarminPhone couldn’t bite into the market were because people were already using the Android 2.0 ( Google Nexus One Unlocked ) technology, which allowed for Google navigation which is a free turn by turn navigational facility. Though the disadvantage of Google is that it doesn’t work without cell connectivity but most users are comfortable with it and it would take a lot more work from the GarminPhone makers to get themselves some share of customers.




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  • Some time ago it was announced that Samsung would release its latest mobile device in the market. Today, it has also been announced that this new mobile will be made available in US through AT&T. If you are planning on getting your hands on the Wave, you will just be in time for the world cup as a new game has been released for the Wave called Kickball AR Juggling. Powered by the Bada operating system, Kickball AR Juggling is the perfect augmented reality game that you need to keep pace with the current World Cup happening in South Africa. In this game, you can make use of the entire display screen to juggle the ball virtually with your legs. All you have to do is to simply point the camera at your feet, start the game and start juggling.



    Even if this game is not meant for you, we are sure that you will be able to find something on the Samsung Wave that is suited to your needs. Considering the fact that it is to be fitted with a screen having a 3.3 inch display and a Super AMOLED display, meaning that you can take it out directly in sunlight, you might want to purchase this device. At the same time, there is a screenresolution of around 480 X 800 pixels which is very bright, even under bright lights. The Samsung Wave will be the first mobile phone to run the latest operating system, the Samsung  Unlocked (Bada). Through this platform, it will become possible for developers to create and share their own applications. In fact, Samsung predicts that the Bada will eventually convert feature phones into smartphones. Apart from this, the Wave will also include a 3.5mm jack for headsets, a 5 MP camera and the option of expanding storage capacity till 32 GB.



    This post was posted in Odd And Interesting, Samsung and was tagged with unlocked Samsung bada, unlocked cellphones, mobile phones

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