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Sony Ericsson’s Android 3.0 with PSP Touch

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User’s of Android might have already experience the gaming adventure on their phones but it seems that a new generation of gaming is going to be introduced on the Android phone. Sony Ercisson, a very big and a known name in the cellular industry who still hasn’t launched their cell phone which works on the android platform is working on a project to redefine gaming on Google’s mobile platform.

If you’re a die hardcore gaming fan then this is just the phone you’ve been wanting all your life. This device is a blend of Samsung Captive and PSP GO. It has a landscape slider with game controls in place of the typical QWERTY keyboard. Along side the D-pad, this device is going to have long touch pad for analog controls, alongside the standard PSP buttons and shoulder buttons. The phone is going to have a large display, described as being between 3.7 and 4.1 inches with WVGA or better resolution, a 5 mega pixel camera that is yet not finalized, and it’ll likely have a G Hz Snapdragon CPU on board. The color scheme of the phone is mostly black with some silver highlights, and the game pad area is white / silver in color. Apparently it’s currently branded as a Xperia device, but it looks like it will carry PlayStation branding as well. Those who’ve seen the phone say it looks “pretty damn sexy”.

Moving on from the hardware aspect to the software side, it seems as if the phone will be running Gingerbread – The Android 3.0 Operating Software with a phone-specific skin, and there will be a new area of the Android Market specifically for the games. Initially the content on the phone will only be accessible by the halo device but if these titles match the specs and button layouts then such gaming might be offered on other Android phones also. With what we have heard uptil now it seems that true 3D gaming is headed towards android. Titles currently being shown off are such as the God of War, Call of Duty: Modern Warfare, and LittleBigPlanet possibly on tap, and future plans for titles which incorporate augmented reality features.

However regardless of all the extraordinary features that are being planted on this phone, the release date of the phone as yet not been confirmed but it might be out as early as October of this year. This could be seen as the best deal ever made in the sense that Google gets a much needed push into the gaming and entertainment space for Android while Sony finally delivers the PlayStation phone people have been waiting for. In such a situation what we believe is that its a win win situation for both the company and the consumer of this product. Therefore keep a check on your local listing for more information and till save every penny as it would help you in the end.

The Five Highest Selling Phones of 2010

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The International Data Corporation (IDC), which is a market research organization, has recently organized the top five selling mobile phones for the first quarter of year.

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As expected, the first position has been taken by Nokia, proving that it is still the top leader in the mobile phone market. Next two positions have been occupied by Samsung and LG, while RIM, the makers of Blackberry, has replaced Motorola to come together with Sony Ericsson in the fourth position. Surprisingly, Motorola and the Apple iPhone did not make it to the list.

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Sony Ericsson W205 Review

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The Sony Ericsson W205 is an affordable mobile phone, having all the basic features. However, its unique and stylish design together with its advanced music capabilities distinguishes it from the rest of mobile phones.

Measures 92 x 47 x 16.4 mm, the phone weighs around 96 g. The W205 comes with a TFT screen, measuring around 1.8 inches and having a resolution of 128 x 160 pixels.

Some of the basic features of the W205 include an alarm, stopwatch, organizer, timer and notepad. Not to forget, the integrated Walkman player that makes it different from other mobile phones. The player has great sound quality and also includes TrackID which allows you to get all information about a song when it is being played. The phone also features FM Radio with RDS.

Sony Ericsson Satio Silver Review

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The Satio Silver is a mobile phone that has an appealing look together with excellent communication performance.

The phone comes equipped with full support for all types of multimedia. You can use the 3.5 inch screen to view movies and Tv series while enjoying 16:9 widescreen format, making it a truly worthwhile watching experience. Moreover, the 12.1 megapixel camera is awesome, enabling you to take great pictures and sharing them easily with your friends and family. The camera also has touch focus and xenon flash to provide extremely sharp photographs.

Sony Ericsson Xperia X10 Mini Review

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Just as the name depicts, Sony Ericsson Xperia X10 mini is a smaller version of the Xperia X10. But it is not like what Nokia did with the N97 mini. Sony Ericsson has made some huge changes, making the X10 mini one of the tiniest handsets that have come out till now.

However, smaller size does have its disadvantages as well. The screen of X10 mini is quite small, just 2.55 inches with QVGA resolution. But the image quality has not been compromised, making the display seem great together with the capacitive touch technology. The software has also been transformed making it easy to use on a screen that small.
The 5MP camera also has autofocus and an LED flash, and gives good results.

Sony Ericsson Vivaz Review

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Sony Ericsson Vivaz phone is the second handset from the communicational entertainment series of the manufacturer, Sony Ericsson Xperia X10 being the first one.

Being nicknamed as the Kurara, the Vivaz is a high-end smartphone running on the Symbian S60 5th Edition OS. It is a compact phone, featuring a 3.2-inch display screen with light weight. Along with this, the Vivaz features Wi-Fi with DLNA, GPS, accelerometer and HSDPA, and comes with 720MHz processor and OpenGL ES 2.0 support to add on to the deal.


Being second in the line, the outer appearance of the Vivaz continues with the similar style that was introduced by the Xperia X10. The handset looks graceful and up to date, while the diverse, transparent sides give its design a youthful appeal.

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Sony Ericsson Xperia X2 Review

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The second handset from Sony Ericsson running on the windows operating system, the Sony Ericsson Xperia X2 has finally arrived at the beginning of this month.

Along with an elegant look, compact size, powerful hardware and ingenious panel interface, the X2 comes with the latest version 6.5 of the operating system, having a 528MHz processor, 256MB RAM and 512MB ROM.


Similar to the Xperia X1, the Sony Ericsson Xperia X2 is a fantastic device. The design has been changes slightly, but the generic style of the X1 has been retained. The size of the screen ha increased and is now 3.2 inches (used to be 3´´ with the X1), having a resolution of 480×800 pixels and 65k color support. The image quality is great and the screen remains useable in the sunlight too.

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Google Maps For BlackBerry And Other Mobile Phones

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Google map is web based mapping service which Google allows everyone to use, without any fee for non commercial use. Now, it is very helpful for tourists and everybody, wants to know the right path towards his destination.storm google maps

In 2006, Google introduced their marvelous Java Application, known as Google Maps for Mobiles. And that application is eligible to run on any java based phone, many features which are introduced in the web based version are also included in it.

On 28th November, 2007, Google Maps for Mobile 2.0 version was released, that version introduced a feature through which anyone can see “My Location”, it was a GPS-like location service, but it doesn’t need a GPS receiver. The software appendage the information by the nearest wireless network and cell sites. Software looks up the location of cel cite with the help of database known as wireless network and cell sites. Wireless network location can be calculated by a method of discovering the nearby Wi-Fi hotspots, and then by using this it foster to the discovery of users exact location.

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Sony Ericsson Naite Review

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Sony Ericsson unveiled its Naite J105i, as a part of the company’s GreenHeart initiative. The GreenHeart mission is Sony Ericsson’s effort to help you become responsible and conscientious regarding the environment energy efficiency.

It has an extremely small package, and comes with a 2MP sensor camera. The most outstanding thing about the Naite is its light weight. It weighs only 80g, making it one of the lightest handsets which does not look cheap either.

Although it is very light, but the recycled construction is quite solid, and it seems that it would be capable of surviving a few knocks and bumps.

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Google Nexus One Review

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The Nexus One is the most talked-about Android phone. It is fast becoming the best Android phone for two reasons: Hardware and software.

In spite of the growing buzz, it’s not really ground-breaking. Not because of the way it’s being sold as it is convinced that Google will soon allow it for use on the Verizon network. But people have been doing this for years by buying unlocked GSM phones from Nokia and Sony Ericsson and hooking them on to any GSM provider. It’s just not an incredible step forward like people were expecting.


The Nexus One—built for Google by HTC—has a 1GHz Snapdragon processor, 512MB RAM, 32GB-capable microSD slot, a 3.7-inch AMOLED capacitive touchscreen display at 800×480, a 5-megapixel camera with LED flash and 720×480 video capture @ 20FPS, dual microphones for noise canceling and a trackball. There is no slide-out keyboard—everything’s done with the onscreen virtual keyboard.

On paper, those specs are impressive. In actuality, each bit has its own quirk that makes the Nexus One less than perfect and just good. The 5-megapixel camera is built by HTC in such a way that the bezel around the ring juts out noticeably from the otherwise smooth back. The bulge protrudes just enough to either scratch surfaces that it’s placed on, like your glass table or your laptop, or even scratch the lens if you’re unlucky enough to rub it over something rough.

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