Saturday, February 11, 2012

LG P920 Optimus 3D GSM 3G Phone With Dual 5 MP Camera

The LG P920 Optimus 3D GSM Smartphone represents a breakthrough in 3D technology that allows users to take and share 3D imagery without glasses. The P920 Optimus was designed with two aims in mind 3D imagery and networking.

For example, the LG P920 has two 5MP camera lenses that take images from slightly different angles. If one looks at the physics of three-dimensional sight, the key factor is that your eyes are set up similarly in that each one sees a view whose angle is slightly different than its mate so that when your brain makes the adjustment, your vision has depth and becomes three dimensional. The same is true of the lenses on the LG P920. As noted, there is only a couple of degrees of difference between the independent images that each lens takes, however, when you overlay them, they become 3D.

Tuesday, January 17, 2012

The Motorola RAZR Includes A Wealth Of High End Features

The Motorola RAZR is not only the thinnest smartphone in the world, but it also packs an impressive spec list, despite its slim profile. In this article I will look at some of the premium features of this stylish device.

The Motorola RAZR has a 4.3 inch Super AMOLED display, which is the same size to those found on the likes of the Samsung Galaxy S2 and HTC Sensation. The pixel resolution of the screen stands at 540x 960, so it will have no problems displaying HD videos whilst being equally at home playing games and viewing photos and web pages. Because the screen uses AMOLED technology, this results in outstanding levels of brightness and wide viewing angles. The screen is also very responsive thanks to the power of the 1.2 GHz Cortex A9 dual-core processor.

Monday, December 12, 2011

The Blackberry Curve 9360 Offers Great Messaging With BBM

The Blackberry Curve 9360 offers great messaging with BBM and other means of sending text or multimedia to friends with speed and considerable ease. The handset enables you to instantly share what you are doing or have done with friends and contacts via multiple forms of communication.

The most obvious forms of contacting friends through messaging on any handset are text messaging and multimedia messages, or SMS and MMS respectively. The former allows you to simply and easily send text to a contact within your phone book, while the latter provides you with both text and multimedia attachments form your phone, such as photos or videos. With this Blackberry device along with others such as the Blackberry Curve 9380, you get the combined text and multimedia messaging within a free Blackberry Messenger service, commonly referred to by its abbreviation, BBM. This service works by connecting only these devices together through individual identifying codes which you give to friends. It is also important to note, that this service is extremely secure, as messages are fully encrypted. It is also great as it is fast and provides your messages in a conversation or threaded display, and as well as staggered timing between messages and reply, you can use it as a secure chat messaging service.

Monday, November 7, 2011

The iPhone 4S and the iPhone 5 - Will They Share the Same Design and Features?

When the iPhone 4S was released by Apple in October of last year, many were disappointed to see that Apple's latest smartphone looked exactly like its predecessor. Due to this, you may be thinking if this will be the same for the iPhone 5. Let's find out.

Apple's current smartphone sports a 3.5 inch retina display just like its predecessor. Although it still sports a retina display, many users wish they had a bigger screen since the competition offers more real estate. Examples of these smartphones are the Samsung Galaxy Nexus with its 4.65 inch Super AMOLED capacitive touch screen and the Samsung Galaxy Note with its 5.3 inch Super AMOLED capacitive touch screen. This allows users to enjoy more from games, movies, the web, and more. Since the 4S sports a 3.5 inch display, will this be the same case with Apple's 5th generation smartphone?

Monday, October 10, 2011

How Design And Camera Features May Differ On The Samsung Galaxy S3 And The Original Galaxy S

The Samsung Galaxy S3 is set to be the newest model introduced into the popular Galaxy range of mobile devices. This model is set to boast some of the highest mobile specification possible in almost every department. We look at what to expect from this model and see how that differs from what was featured on the original Galaxy S device in 2010.

The first thing that many consumers notice when looking at a mobile device is its design. An attractive phone immediately grabs the attention of the consumer so manufacturers are constantly trying to develop the slimmest phones possible for this reason. When the original Galaxy S was launched back in 2010 it was the slimmest device on the market with an overall depth of just 9.9mm. The new Samsung Galaxy S3 is set to offer a depth of just 7mm which really does sound impressive. Improvements in screen and battery technology have enabled developers to offer more features in a chassis that is smaller than ever. It also looks likely that this new model may be the first Galaxy device that does not feature a plastic back panel. Samsung have always used this strong plastic on their devices as it is cheap to produce and offers great durability at a minimal weight. The problem was however that many users commented that this material made the phone feel and look quite cheap. It is rumoured that the new S3 will feature a ceramic back panel in an attempt to make the device appeal on an aesthetic level. Thanks to this new material together with the larger screen it is likely that the overall weight will increase from the 119 grammes that was offered on the Galaxy S.