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  • Take a Look at the Sony Ericsson Aspen
    Posted on February 9, 2010 by Pure Mobile

    Sony has done it again with the release of the Sony Ericsson Aspen has added another trademarked GreenHeart smartphone to its resume. The Aspen phone made of recycled plastic and water-based paint, also has power saving modes and comes in packaging that has been recycled. This does not undervalue the powerful punch that this hand held mobile device has contained in it.

    Sony Ericsson Aspen White Silver Unlocked GSM Cellular Phone

    The Aspen, also know to some as Sony Ericsson Faith is powered by Windows 6.5.3. It has successfully integrated a touch screen and a QWERTY keyboard that function much better than previous attempts. This phone is literally an office on the go. Preloaded with Microsoft Office Mobil, Outlook, and a PDF reader the quick touch display easily enters memos, and emails with speed and accuracy. The pan and flick coupled with a drop and drag icon application is the first of its kind to utilize a finger friendly multitouch platform.

    An Internet Explorer page load with IE memory management offers many office functions as well as social networking. The phone is preloaded with Windows Live Messenger, Facebook, twitter, CNN, YouTube, and Skype, now that is a powerful punch. The 3.2 megapixel camera takes sharp photos you can email or send to your computer. A 3.5mm audio jack with WiFi and microSD expansion will be sure to please your listening needs. The Aspen’s full sized screen will provide you with GPS through Google Maps to your destination.

    At a time when any attempts to go green is appreciated by many, this phone also offers a style and beauty all its own. Black, silver, and white are the colors the Aspen phone is available in. Make sure to purchase a clear screen cover to protect your investment of fingerprints and scratches. No matter if you purchase a cell phone plan or an unlocked phone, Sony Ericsson Aspe unlocked and Windows 6.5.3 have come together to offer a smartphone business package for cell phone users that will hold the test of time, for cell phones, and make its mark on the industry.

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  • Sony Xperia X2 Unlocked Review
    Posted on February 1, 2010 by Pure Mobile

    US  consumers are still eagerly awaiting the arrival of the Sony Ericsson Xperia X2 Unlocked Phone as it looks to be very promising. Industry insiders who have been given an early look at the smart phone mostly give it extremely high ratings. With its advanced features, sleek design, smooth interface, and limitless capabilities, it is going to Sony competitors a run for their money.

    The display and design really look great. The Xperia X2 Unlocked is available in two colors: Modern Silver and Elegant Black. The touch screen is 3.2”, which is .2” larger than that of the predecessor, the Xperia X1. 64K colors are embedded with a resolution of 800x480 pixels. Users can type on a QWERTY keyboard with soft keys and decent finger room. The screen automatically rotates from landscape to portrait and vice versa with accelerometer sensors.

    One promising feature that many consumers look forward to is the camera. This phone is equipped with an 8 MP camera, which has characteristics such as auto focus, image stabilizer, smart contrast, and a Light Emitting Diode Flash. Video streaming is also possible with the Sony Ericsson Xperia X2 camera at 30 frames per second.

    Those who are interested in surfing the web will be glad to know that this gadget has an internet memory storage of 110 MB. It also supports storage of up to 16 GB, which is great news for those who want to save music, videos, and digital photos. Fast Wi-Fi connections are available via 3rd generation High Speed Downlink Packet Access. It also features Bluetooth and WLAN.

    Consumers can use the X2 for entertainment, communication, and business. Not only is it designed for portable use, it can also be used at home and in the office thanks to a TV out port, which allows users to hook the device up to a larger display! Despite all the delays, US consumers are remaining hopeful that the Sony Ericsson Xperia X2 will come out SOON, and that it will be worth the wait.

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  • Sony Ericsson Phones has just released the new Xperia Pureness this past November 2009 and the handset is quickly climbing the mobile popularity charts because of its simple design comprising the three necessary functions people on the move need: talk, text and time, key features used as introductory slogan for the market.

    Crafted with a pure and neat design, Xperia Pureness weighs only 2.5 oz (70.0 g) and its size is 4.0 x 1.7 x 0.5 inches (102.0 x 43.0 x 13.0 mm). An interesting characteristic of this handset is its transparent and scratch-resistant monochrome screen 1.8 inches TFT screen that contrasts with the solid black color of this device.

    Simplicity does not mean lack of features, so Xperia X5 Pureness Unlocked is simple in design but loaded with interesting multimedia resources including Album art, Media Player, MegaBass, Music tones MP3-AAC, TrackID and A2DP Bluetooth stereo.

    Besides standard organizer features like alarm clock, calculator, calendar, etc, entertainment built-in functions include Java support, picture wallpaper, wallpaper animation, video clip and real-time video streaming.

    In Xperia Pureness Sony Ericsson did not left all those mobile features needed by anyone's on the go apart, from web browser and messaging functions to PC synchronization, modem with GSM internet dial-up support and USB port, not to mention several accessories (sold apart) to enhance your handset.

    Battery performance over GSM/GPRS/EDGE 850/900/1800/1900 averages up to eight hours 30 min in talk time and 350 hours in standby time, while UMTS/HSPA 2100 network is only three hours 30 min talk time. Phone memory is up to 88 MB plus up to two GB for media files.

    If these features are not enough for your, Xperia Pureness has an exclusive 24/7 concierge service is a 24-hour a day concierge with worldwide coverage ready to hearing your support needs via phone call or email.

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  • Sony Ericsson U1i Satio Idou Review
    Posted on November 17, 2009 by Pure Mobile

    Just in time for the holidays, Sony Ericsson’s U1i Satio Idou is a marvel among the latest wave of touchscreen smartphones. Priced at just around $700, the Satio Idou is far from cheap but for those who have done their research and know what they want in a handheld device, it is sure to prove a lucrative investment.

    The Satio provides as many features as any phone currently on the market (including wifi, FM radio, video capability, Symbian Operating System, Bluetooth compatibility, memory card apparatus, stereo sound, Google Maps, GPS, MP3 and voice activation) but its most remarkable feature is its camera—the only of its kind to contain 12.1 megapixels.

    Sony has boasted the Satio to be, essentially a hand-held entertainment system. It serves as a multimedia player and processor that enables you to record videos, watch movies, listen to music and take photos—all of which may either be share directly via internet or uploaded onto your PC. It is also compatible with all major internet applications.

    Other than the price, which may prove a bit steep for some, the only potential downfall for the fully-loaded Satio may be that it is a bit too clustered. The menu, which consists of only three keys, can be a bit misleading in that it may take a while to navigate its multitudinous functions. On the other hand, it is remarkably compact for such a complex instrument. Weighing-in at about 126 grams and about 112 x 55 x 13 mm, The Satio is the virtual world collapsed into a device that can fit comfortably inside of your pocket.


    Efficient, portable and sophisticated the Satio Idou is a fine work of electronics that promises to give consumers the most bang for their buck.

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  • The Sony Ericsson U100i Yari is opening the rest of the world mobile phone market to the concept of gesture gaming, which has previously only been on models sold in Japan.  Already loaded with a wide game variety quickly accessible from the desktop including gesture, motion and standard games, the Yari also makes it easy to view and download new games from the PlayNow arena.  Already familiar to the US via the Nintendo Wii gaming system, gesture gaming interprets your movements to play the game, rather than pressing a couple buttons like on standard games.  On the entertainment front, the Sony Ericsson U100i Yari also includes an FM stereo with RDS access and a strong music player with stereo speakers for easy listening.  A music call feature allows you to share your favorite music tracks with friends while you talk on the phone.  The 5MP camera takes excellent pictures and video footage and includes a photo/video light, geo-tagging, face and smile detection, and image stabilization. 


    A candybar style model with slider for built in keypad, the Sony Ericsson U100i Yari, boasts several features outside of the entertainment front as well. An accelerometer sensor changes the 2.4” display from portrait to landscape depending on how the phone is held up.  For owners who find the 60MB of internal memory to be inadequate, microSD card data storage is available and supported up to an additional 16GB of memory.  On a more practical side, the Sony Ericsson U100i Yari is Bluetooth capable and has GPS support with Wayfinder Navigation.  On a 2G network the battery can last up to 10 hours of talk time or 450 hours on standby.  A strong blend of practical and entertainment features will please anyone who purchases the Sony Ericsson U100i Yari and with all of the unique gaming features even non-gamers may find themselves trying to beat their best score on tennis, boxing, or another of the great games.

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  • Sony Ericsson Xperia X3
    Posted on September 18, 2009 by Pure Mobile

    With the Xperia X1 still fresh in people's minds and the Xperia X2 not even on the market yet it looks like the Sony Ericsson Xperia X3 might be released in January 2010.  The Xperia X3 looks like it will be the first Android from Sony Ericsson.

    We actually saw our first glimpse of the Xperia X3 a few months ago when images of the Sony Ericsson Rachel hit the web.  It is rumored to have an 8 mega-pixel camera built in, WiFi, GPS, microSD expansion, email support for POP3 and even Microsoft Exchange.

    I guess for now we will just have to wait see when Sony Ericsson makes the official announcement on the Xperia X3.

    Sony Ericsson Xperia X3

    [image courtesy Expansys]

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  • Four New Phones Coming Soon
    Posted on September 3, 2009 by Pure Mobile

    This week 4 new phones have been announced by Nokia and Sony Ericsson.  Nokia has announced the Nokia X3, Nokia X6 and the Nokia N97 Mini.  Sony Ericsson on the other hand has announced the Sony Ericsson Xperia X2.

    The Sony Ericsson Xperia X2 is going to be released similar to the Sony Ericsson Xperia X1.  The Xperia X2 is going to come in a X2 and X2a version.  Basically one (X2a) will have 3G for North America and the other (X2) will have European 3G.  The Xperia X2 is going to have Windows Mobile Professional 6.5, Wifi, Bluetooth 2.1 with A2DP, and even an 8MP camera built in.  All in all the Sony Ericsson Xperia X2 does seem like a nice upgrade from the popular Xperia X1

    Sony Ericsson Xperia X2 Sony Ericsson Xperia X2

    Nokia's first phone is a follow up the the Nokia N97.  The new phone is the Nokia N97 Mini.  It is a strange release because the N97 Mini is pretty much the same as the N97.  If you are wondering the difference one website saide the Nokia N97 Mini is the N97 at 90% the size.  Basically it's not really that mini.  It still has the 8GB of internal memory, the 5MP camera and the FM transmitter.  If you found the N97 to be a little bulky then you should definitely give the Nokia N97 Mini smartphone a look

    Nokia N97 Mini Nokia N97 Mini

    [image: Gsm Arena]

    The second phone is the Nokia X3.  This is rumored to be a lower budget phone.  The rumor is that the Nokia X3 will cost around $150USD, but that has yet to be determined.  The X3 looks to be a really nice phone.  It's going to be a slider without 3G capabilities.  It will have a 3.2MP camera, Bluetooth v2.1 with A2DP, and will support up to a 16GB MicroSD card.

    Nokia X3 Nokia X3

    The last phone that Nokia accounced was the Nokia X6.  This new phone will be a touch screen phone.  It will have 32GB of internal storage, a 5MP camera, European 3G and up to 8h 30mins talk time.  The Nokia X6 looks to be a really nice touch screen phone.

    Nokia X6 Nokia X6

    All these phones are expected to be out for Q4 2009.  If they will be pushed back we can't say but for now we are eagerly awaiting all the new phones.

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    Sony Ericsson Company was established in the year 2001 with the collaboration of Japanese consumer electronics company named Sony Corporation and the Swedish telecommunications company named Ericsson. Sony Ericsson is a leading global manufacturer of cellular phones and has a strong presence worldwide. The company gained immense popularity with the launch of its W-series GSM phones in the year 2002 and since then it has been a leading manufacturer of mobile multimedia consumer products. Here is a list of popular models from Sony Ericsson.

    Sony Ericsson C905: This incredible phone is all you need to bring in the best photographer in you.  The Sony Ericsson C905 sports an amazing 8 MP Camera that allows you to capture crisp images through its high tech Cyber shot xenon flash feature. This phone is also loaded with other exciting features, such as Way finder navigator, built in GPS, face detection feature and support for video blogging, DLNA sharing as well as  for GPRS, EDGE, 3G, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and USB.

    Sony Ericsson W902: This innovative and stylish phone is designed for music lovers as it offers a clear audio experience. This is a part of Walkman series and thus offers a Walkman Player (supporting file formats such as MP3 and AAC) and an FM radio. Apart from the musical features other key features incorporated in this phone include a 5-megapixel camera with autofocus, Bluetooth 2.0, shake control facility, expandable memory up to 8GB for storage of up to 8000 songs, HSDPA Mobile Broadband connectivity and support for GPRS, HSCSD, EDGE, USB.

    Sony Ericsson W380: This stylish clamshell handset is equipped with an interesting feature known as gesture control functionality. With this phone you can simply mute a call or snooze the alarm simply by just sweeping the hand across the camera. In addition to it the phone also comes with a Memory Stick Micro (M2), built in 512 MB card  & 14 MB shared memory, TrackID music recognition,T9, FM radio with RDS, Image viewer and Picture editor.

    As always Sony Ericsson has a great line up of phones and with the new year there are even nicer ones yet to be released with the Sony Ericsson Xperia X1a and the Sony Ericsson Idou things are really looking up this year.

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    Sony Ericsson made a huge debut this year with a new phone.  The phone is called the Idou. Although it is still a little early for a complete review we felt that a quick post about it was in order

    The Sony Ericsson Idou is set to be a really stunning phone.  It is going to have a 12MP camera and a 3.5 inch screen, which will make the display nice and easy to see.

    The other big thing about the Sony Ericsson Idou is that it will be a touch screen phone.  Like many phones currently on, or coming to, the market it is following the trend.  It does look like Sony Ericsson has done a good job with the touch screen though.

    Lastly the Idou will be using the Symbian Foundations operating system, which is similar to what can be found on phones like the Nokia N95.  This is a stable operating system and should help the phone make some serious waves in the market

    As usual as soon as the Sony Ericsson Idou is released Puremobile will have a complete review.  For now like everyone else we just have to wait and see

    [source: Engadget Mobile]

    [image: Planete Nokia]

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    Bluetooth car kits help in taking calls through the car’s audio system. There is an extensive variety available in blue tooth car kits, and you have a lot of options while purchasing a blue tooth car kit. You can select a bluetooth car kit that is compatible with your car’s hardware and also suits your budget. Some popular brands that manufacture Bluetooth car kits include Nokia, Sony Ericsson, Motorola, and Blue Sky. Here is a detail of some top seller Bluetooth car kits. 

    Nokia Bluetooth Car Kits: The two Bluetooth car kits that gained immense popularity are Nokia HF-33W Bluetooth Plug-in Car Handsfree and Nokia HF-200 Bluetooth Car Kit.  


    Nokia HF-33W Bluetooth Plug-in Car Handsfree: It contains 1.2 Bluetooth versions and possesses incorporated loudspeaker and microphone, illuminated buttons for managing calls and digital signal processing for echo cancellation and reduction of noise.

    Nokia HF-200 Bluetooth Car Kit:  It consists of 2.0 Bluetooth version and its dimensions are 80 x 45 x 21 mm. The provided talk time is up to 10 hours and stand-by is up to 150 hours. This Nokia Bluetooth car kit is a great way of handling handsfree calls while driving car. It includes echo canceling and noise reduction features for clear conversation without disturbance. 


    Sony Ericsson Bluetooth Car Kits: Sony Ericsson supplies various kinds of Bluetooth car kits to make your driving experience safe and undistracted while you talk on cell. Some of these kits are discussed below:

    Sony Ericsson HCB-120 Bluetooth Speakerphone:  It acts as a good alternative for using headset to attend your calls. You can easily see the details of who is calling and manage wireless discussions effectively. You can completely focus on driving while taking the calls you want and screening the ones you don’t.

    Sony Ericsson HCB-105 Bluetooth Car Kit: This Bluetooth car kit has superb sound features and is easily portable. It provides up to 25 hours of talk time and up to 700 hours stand-by. While shipping a CLA-60 model car charger and a visor clip are provided along with it.

    Sony Ericsson HCB-108 Bluetooth Car Kit: It provides very clear sound quality and has long talktime and stand-by time. So, there is no need to worry about its battery life or recharging. It is very easy to install and is slim and sleek in designing.

    So as you can see there is a wide variety of options even if you don't like to have a piece stuck in your ear.  You can check out Puremobile to see a complete selection

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