After the success of the E50 from Nokia, there was a demand for a something better in a similar package. That's when Nokia launched the E51. While the E50 was promising for an average user, the E51 packages power that'll suffice for demanding users. Can the E51 provide the power that many users expect with its conservative design? Let's find out.
excellent capacitive touchscreen
We could forgive the X6 many of its faults if it wasnâ?? t such a pricey handset, ranging from Â£400 to Â£450 SIM-free depending on where you shop. Itâ?? s certainly got a good range of features, but the build quality is a let down and Series 60, even with the tweaks that have been applied here, still looks a bit tired. As a result weâ?? re not sure Nokia has got its sums right on the value for money front. That said, the capacitive screen does put it leagues ahead of all of Nokiaâ??
the video recording is very good for a camera phone.
The Nokia X6 looks great, comes with tonnes of storage and has a decent onscreen keyboard. There's also a plethora of multimedia features and an excellent onboard camera. We're not too thrilled with the user interface, however, and using the X6 can be a frustrating experience.
superb sound quality
Nokia X6. The Nokia X6 is said to be the latest launching from Nokia cell phones. It is said to be a S60 5th Edition device with a responsive capacitive touch screen and tactile feedback. The phone is specially meant for music as well as techno savvy people as it has massive 32GB memory which enables them to load a huge number of music files be. Nokia. Nokia X6. Nokia X6Nokia X6Nokia. Nokia X6. Nokia X6. Nokia X6. Nokia X6Nokia X6. Nokia X6. Nokia X6. Nokia X6. Nokia X6.
The X6 has lot of features in its kitty. Nokiaâ?? s new intiative â?? come up with â?? lets you to download and listen thousands of tracks and has mammoth memory of 32GB. It is far ahead in its look and performance comparing with Nokia 5800. Apart from these, it is offering an excellent camera and all the tools for good music atmosphere. A good thumps up from our side
The X6 is priced at $650 or Rs.28000 which is quiet high compare to other phone ,but X6 is well moneyâ??
Its feature set is rich and functional, and Motorola made some welcome improvements and user interface tweaks.
With its excellent design, user interface improvements, and admirable feature set, the Motorola Cliq gives a big boost to the Android operating system. We had some performance quibbles with the device, and the MotoBlur interface can be a bit much, but the phone has a lot to like.
Motorola will need to add a bit more sex appeal to future Android devices to stay competitive, but for now, at least, the CLIQ is solid enough to stand on its own in today's market.
So is the Motorola CLIQ the device that is going to thrust the big M back into the forefront of cell phone design? No, but it is a good strong indication that the company might just be finding its stride after a long lapse of real innovation, especially when it comes to software design skills, something that Motorola has been lacking for many years. The CLIQ shows that Moto can do Android very well.
The Cliq, with Motorola's Motoblur software for gathering information from social networks, is a decidedly consumer-friendly phone that makes the Droid feel deadly serious in comparison.
The Cliq's Motoblur interface will appeal to social networking fanatics, but anyone else may find it just a bit too much. Underneath that, though, the Cliq is a good-looking, easy-to-use Android phone.
The slide-out QWERTY keyboard on the Motorola CLIQ was pretty good.
The Motorola CLIQ is the perfect phone for the true social networking junkie. If you like being bombarded with information from your friends, followers and favorite Web sites, the Motorola CLIQ does the best job keeping you in touch with everything. It can be daunting at times, with faces on your desktop changing at random and text bubbles popping up from everywhere. You can customize, since this is Android, but Motorola hasn't done much beyond the deep social networking integration.
The keyboard is decent-- a good thing for a social networking and messaging oriented phone.
f social networking is your thing, then this is your phone. MOTOBLUR has got that covered in a big way. If you just want an Android phone with a keyboard and don't find the G1's prototype looks appealing, then the Cliq is still worth a look and you can turn off some/any/all of the social networking widgets and accounts easily enough. Should you decide you want some back, it's just as easy to re-enable them.
Solid feature set
All in all, the Motorola CLIQ XT is a good mid-range Android device with a solid feature set that should appeal to many. Though one could compare the device to the original CLIQ, I find that the feature set and form factor separate it and make it an independent competitor that's worthy of a look. The thin size makes it perfect for the pocket, and the rubberized buttons at the bottom of the unit seem perfectly equipped to handle the test of time.
MOTOBLUR aggregates social network, texting and e-email accounts.
Are you an active Web 2.0 socialite? Do you Twitter and Facebook (or whatever the verbal form of Facebook is)? If you are, the Motorola Cliq is for you. This first Android phone from the company that invented the cellphone aggregates all your social networking accounts and contacts and delivers updates right to the home screen in ways both intuitive, clever and potentially overwhelming. And with its slideout QWERTY, it’s easy to respond and message and post to your favorite sites.
Motorola has surprised us at the launch of the Cliq and after spending a week with the phone, I feel good about it.
Motorola has surprised us at the launch of the Cliq and after spending a week with the phone, I feel good about it. It is reassuring that this time, the most interesting part of the phone is MotoBlur, and that's where the value is: software. In its first incarnation, MotoBlur does pretty well and Blurs the separation between email, SMS and social networking thanks to a unified interface. Sending and receiving updates works in a way that makes things easier, faster and more productive.
my voice sounded very clear, although one noted a faint hiss during our call.
For hardcore social networkers, the Motorola Cliq is a dream phone. You get fast access to all of your accounts and a well-designed QWERTY keyboard for typing long messages. If you aren't into social networking or if you want to keep that information limited to your computer, you may be turned off by the Cliq. The T-Mobile MyTouch 3G might be a better Android option, or you could choose one of the many BlackBerry models on T-Mobile.
on our Nokia 5800 review unit sounded pretty good.
Besides some quirks and strange choices, the Nokia 5800 is actually a nice phone. Calls sounded good, and battery life was strong. The phone has solid music, video, Web browsing and GPS features, and even though none of these are exceptional, they're all robust and quite capable compared to other multimedia phones out there.
The browser is good for a desktop browsing experience, but the data speeds suggest you probably won't end up using the 5800 to visit the sites you love on a day-to-day basis.
We like Nokia's take on the touchscreen music phone. It's responsive and it's hard to argue with a year's worth of "free" music. The new platform can be a bit buggy, but it's nothing a firmware update can't fix.
The Sonim XP3.20 Quest is the toughest phone I've seen yet, and it comes with the best warranty in the business: a three-year, no-questions-asked replacement policy.
If its price is palatable, the Sonim XP3 ruggedized cell phone should be an excellent choice for rough-and-tumble lifestyles when it comes out this summer.
Style is good.
The LG Chocolate BL20 is a low cost phone with high-fashion pretensions and as such, it has its fair share of compromises. In particular, the lack of a headphone jack and a small screen let the package down. However, it is a nice looking handset that is relatively easy to use and does all the basics you want from a mobile phone.
The music player is very simple to use an you are able to filter your music into your usual groups such as artist, song title, album and playlists, and it supports WAV, WMA and MP3 file formats.
The LG BL20 would be a great phone to show off to your friends as it it a great looking phone. It has a very stylish casing and flashy touch sensitive buttons made even more appealing by the great use of the backlighting. It's quite a basic phone beneath all of the initial flashy front to it and I even mentioned the word 'dated' earlier. The menus just seem that the should be brought even more up to date.
LG BL20 New chocolate has an awesome loudspeaker with clear and loud sound.
LG BL20 New chocolate has a lot of function. But as price concern it is a mid-range handset capable of every one. There is a common feature in this handset. Apart from this LG BL20 New chocolate is a sexy and beautiful icon. If you go for a handset that fit your personality, be sure LG BL20 New chocolate is the best option for you.
The LG BL20 Chocolate is impressive and technologically advanced in many ways, offering excellent levels of functionality encased within a slider phone style casing.
The LG BL20 Chocolate is a well crafted handset with many useful and endearing features. It strength lies in its simplicity. It has simple navigation which accesses simple functionality.
The phone measures at 106.9 x 50.8 x 12.3 mm which is just perfect to hold in a palm.
To be honest, the LG BL20 New Chocolate is just a moderate midrange phone in as the functionality concerned. There are no significant breakthrough on the features in this handset. However we also have to admit that the design of the phone is really eye-catching and beautiful enough to be another fashion icon. If you look for a handset that can match with your appearance outfit, then LG BL20 New Chocolate is no doubt is a good option.
LG Chocolate BL40 is a tall, pretty and glorious slim mobile. It has unique design with ultra wide touch screen. It comes with a lot of stunning features like 5MP camera, Dolby audio, FM radio, impressive UI, GPS, good connective features.. It is available from Oct 09. It is priced at 500 pounds or Rs. 32500; may be quiet expensive for some , but it is money's worth.
substandard keypad and chuggy menus
The world of the fashion phone is a strange one. Handsets such as Nokia’s 8800 Gold Arte have mid-range specifications but cost three times as much as a pre-pay iPhone, while you can have a Vertu mobile or a mortgage deposit, but not both. Into this rarefied world steps Motorola’s Aura, looking almost exactly the same as 2002’s V70. This time around the phone has a true circular screen, rather than a rectangle in a round housing.
At the beginning of this year, HTC had been busy prepping up for a new model that was showcased at technology fairs like CeBIT. Reading about its specifications, I had a mixed bag of feelings about the model. Now, the HTC P3470 is in our labs. Now that we know of the HTC Diamond, the P3470 could very well be the 2nd most elegant-looking phone we've seen from the HTC stable.
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