Monday, 23 April 2007

Camera Phones: Imaging Wizards

Traveling was menacing till some years ago. People had to pack cameras and other equipments in their bags and carry them along to capture their favourite moments. They would often call friends to share the thrill they experienced. During this time, a wizard was being gestated in the mind wombs of technicians and mobile manufacturing units. These wizards were intelligent in attaching their abilities to mobile phones. The end product was a new breed of phones called the Camera Phones.

Today, a majority of the mobile wielding population patronizes Camera Phones. People may never carry tedious cameras on a regular basis. But, they never forget the phone. With Camera Phones, they have the benefit of shooting relevant pictures at uncalled for hours and circumstances. The imaging wizards, or, Camera Phones are ultimate aids in capturing crime scenes, and sometimes in preventing them.

The Third Generation Camera Phones help people communicate with their loved ones tete-a-tete. In the temporary absence of network or a compatible receiving device, these phones can be used to effect interesting graphics over pictures. With re-establishment of network, pictures can be sent to friends via the Multimedia Messaging Service. While some Camera Phones can run video clips, others can play full films. Camera Phones save the cost of an additional device – the camera.

Manufacturers are now focusing on high end Camera Phones to serve the interest of professional photographers and visual artists. Sony Ericsson launched an imaging oriented mobile phone. These phones are denominated by the letter K/ camera. Sony Ericsson K800i and K810i are amongst the best in this category. Nokia's N Series also consists of Camera Phones. Nokia N93i is excellent, but N95 is a true bomb-shell. It hosts a 5 mega pixel digital camera with performance that is ineffably superb. Samsung is planning a 10 mega pixel camera to shell all competitors.

These Camera Phones are not just efficient, they are the wizards of the trade. Adapting to user demands, they are acquiring newer technologies and better designs. Looks like it is time for you to get one.

Music phones: Keep rocking...

Music phones have become the latest buzz in the digital mobile world. Mobile industry has come a long way and the development in the industry is still going on. There was a time when mobile phones were meant for communications. Now the new age mobile phones have become a multifaceted device. The changing trend in the mobile industry is obvious and to cater to the ever growing needs of consumers all over the globe, mobile manufacturing companies are trying hard.

Music is something that everyone likes and it has soothing effect. Latest music phones offer unparalleled multimedia applications and offer the best music experience on the move. Incorporated with latest Multimedia music player that supports several music formats such as MP3, AAC, AAC+ -- users can download music tracks with ease. And you can also search your favourite music tracks through playlists, albums, genres, etc.

All the latest music phones such as Nokia N series, Sony Ericsson's Walkman series, Samsung and Motorola music phones come with dedicated music button – keep your favourite music tracks at your fingertips. The new advancement in the mobile world is the introduction of expandable memory card support. Almost all music phones support expandable memory card and offer more rooms to download music tracks, images and video clips.

Apart from music features, latest mobile phones also offer camera features, mobile games and more. Technologically, the introduction of 3G technology, HSDPA, UMTS, EDGE, to name a few have really changed the mobile experience. Now data transfer has become easier and it takes no time to download heavy multimedia files and other documents. Broadband speed mobile internet was a dream, but now its possible. Browse the net, download songs, ringtones, synchronize email or keep you abreast of the latest news and information – everything is possible with a mini device.

Choose any of the music phones and feel the rhythm on the move.

Tuesday, 3 April 2007

Samsung D600: the multipurpose style icon.

The Samsung D600 is a follow up model of the highly popular Samsung D500. Though the new handset retains the slider form of the earlier model there are a few subtle changes both in the design and its functionalities. The sliding form of the Samsung D600 shows the same level of expertise of the manufacturers as on the other sliders from Samsung.

The Samsung D600 is currently available in two colours – grey and black. The new enlarged screen is based on TFT with a resolution of 240x320 pixel and delivers more than 262k colours. Five was navigation key, dedicated call keys and a well laid out number keys makes the Samsung D600 very easy and convenient to use.

The 1.3 megapixel camera of the Samsung D500 is replaced by a 2.0 megapixel module in the Samsung D600. Advanced imaging features like digital zoom and integrated LED flash of the Samsung D600 makes it an ideal gizmo to immortalize those fleeting moments of your life. Video recording is supported too. You can watch your captured images and videos on any external screen with its TV output.

The petite slider is nothing less than a storehouse with its 72 Mb of shared memory. You can further expand the available memory pool with the help of external memory card. The Samsung D600 has enough space for all your Java applications, Office documents, images, videos and a good portion of your music collection. With the integrated media player of the Samsung D600, you can enjoy your favourite tunes on the go.

The Samsung D600 supports all four GSM mobile networks therefore is functional in all corners of the globe. The handset is also endowed with class 10 EDGE and GPRS for seamless data connectivity. Sending and receiving emails with attachments in popular formats and further viewing and editing them in the Picsel viewer – the Samsung D600 is your perfect office assistant.