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  • Each year there are only a handful of new phone releases that are worthy of a lot of media attention. Since Google began partnering with manufacturers through their operating system, the Nexus series of smart phones have always sparked the interest of many. In this article we are going to take a look at the unlocked Samsung Galaxy Nexus which is also codenamed the Nexus Prime.


    Full Specs on the Samsung Galaxy Nexus


    Unlocked Samsung Galaxy S Features:


    A quick summary of the features of the phone includes a super AMOLED screen with a curved glass display is 4.65 inches in size. The phone supports video at up to 1080p HD resolution and has two cameras front and back that have 1.3 and 5 megapixel capabilities. The memory on the phone comes with a standard 1 GB of RAM and has built in storage of 32 GB of memory. The phone supports the newly available LTE wireless networks, has a built-in NFC chip, and supports all of the standard wi-fi and GSM related networks.


    Unlocked Samsung Galaxy S New Look:


    Based on a recent report, the Samsung galaxy Nexus will be a pure play Google-based phone meaning no third-party user interface or modifications. There is a unique feature you can look forward the phone is able to monitor storage usage on the device on a per application basis.


    The one negative thing about this release is that it may be exclusive to Verizon wireless. That said, it may be possible to get yourself an unlocked Google Galaxy Nexus phone online. Since the phone supports all major networks and GSM frequencies, an unlocked version should be portable to any of the major carriers in the USA aside from the obvious CDMA carriers.


    So there you have it the full specs on the upcoming Samsung Galaxy Nexus S unlocked. As you can see the phone is feature rich and is leading the way in the smart phone gain by providing all of the sought after features available.




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  • Experts Say Cell Phones Do Not Cause CancerA number of studies have been released in recent months that state that cell phones can cause cancer, typically brain cancer, and those that use them on a regular basis. The most recent report that stated this was released by the World Health Organization which stated that they believe that cell phones are possibly carcinogenic. This report was quickly followed by another report that was released by The Economist best a completely the opposite. In their report they stated that it was not possible for the radio waves that are released by unlocked cell phones such as Sony Ericsson Xperia Arc, Samsung Nexus S to cause cells to me to it, therefore causing cancer. Another group of experts also studied this report, and a claim that they see no connection between the use of cell phones and cancer, primarily brain cancer.


     


    It was only in the last 10 years that mobile phones have become commonplace for most users. This means that these types of organizations have a limited amount of data that they are able to work with, and it might be some time until we can get a better idea of which reports to believe. As of right now, it seems that most reliable experts agree that cell phones do not cause cancer. However, with 25 and 30 years of data, we may have a better idea of exactly what the percentages are of cancer in adults that do and do not use cell phones.


    Experts Say Cell Phones Do Not Cause Cancer


    It will be interesting to see what kind of advancements in this study is seen over the course of the next few years. It is hardly known that cell phones can cause quite a bit of damage according to the World Health Organization, but so far most other large outfits that have studied this have not agreed with the World Health Organization.


     


    PureMobile carries wide range of unlocked cell phone and cell phone accessories such as cases and skins.




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  • The Samsung App Store for unlocked cell phone such as Samsung Captivate i897, Samsung Nexus S unlocked, etc.. has a bit of a head start over other application stores because they operate on both cell phones and on televisions, but that is not stopping the company from issuing a statement that their app store has officially passed the one hundred million download mark. The mark is a huge one that is exclusive to only a few other app stores in the industry, and even though Samsung crosses through both the mobile and television industry with their app downloads, that does not make the number any less impressive.


     


    It has been ten months since the service first launched. It looks as though Europe is the primary downloading location for users of the Samsung app store. France had the largest number of downloads of any country, with Germany and Spain following closely behind. The three countries together combined to account for more than forty percent of the overall number of downloads from the Samsung App Store since it was first launched more than ten months ago.



    The app store is currently home to more than 13,000 applications. This number is smaller than most for unlocked BlackBerry Bold 9780, Torch 9800, etc.. other app stores, but is only seven thousand apps behind the BlackBerry App World store which recently hit the 20,000 mark. The Samsung App Store has quietly grown over the course of the last few months and has become one of the more popular app providers on the Internet. It will be interesting to see if they are able to keep up their huge rate of growth moving forward, or if they will slow down as so many other app stores have. The numbers that they announced are quite large for only having been around for the last ten months, but are still not touching the numbers of some of the more popular app stores, such as the Apple iTunes app store and the Android App Marketplace.




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