This is the first phone I have reviewed using the Microsoft 6.5 operating system launched in the autumn of last year. It is not only almost entirely touch but also has the slide and drop movements to allow you to reposition items.
Everybody’s telephonic needs are different. For those looking for a phone with a range of features at a sub £100 price point might like to consider the Sony Ericsson W205.
Exspect launch their pretty pink accessories to protect your iPhone with just a hint of Bling and give your support to Breast Cancer Campaign.
Available in the choice of Glamour Red, Lacquered Black or Techno White, the C903 belongs to Sony Ericsson’s family of Cybershot handsets.
With colours that include Blush and Dusty in their description, it has to be another Sony Ericsson handset that has been the focus of my attention
While Sony Ericsson’s main market push seems to concentrate on the feature-rich, high-end products, the company has released models designed for the less-demanding user.
This phone is clearly marked GD510 on the box and while the initial press release called it the LG Fun their website (link at the end) calls it the LG Pop. Either way this phone packs a lot in and I can see it being popular.
While nowhere as near as prolific as new mobile phone handsets that appear on a regular basis, its near-cousin, the DECT phone, does come in a variety of models from different manufacturers.
I remember reviewing the original chocolate phone in 2008 and this is longer and thinner. In fact it really is nothing like the original. Of course phones continue to evolve so what has the new Chocolate BL40 got to offer.
How many functions does your mobile phone offer you? Perhaps a more relevant question should be “How many of these functions do you actually make use of on a regular basis?” The difference between these two answers illustrates the gap between a manufacturer’s view and the end-user’s actual needs with regards to a mobile phone.
Joining the ever-expanding family of Walkman phones is a unit that can help track your movements.
When is a mobile phone just a mobile phone, plaun and simple? The answer is when it is a Doro.
A phone with a keyboard that slips out of the side. It of course does everything else a phone does nowadays such as email, messages, Internet, camera, ironing and washing up, well maybe not the last two but they well could soon.
First another in the range of Doro mobile phones for those less agile and or with disabilities. Second a DECT cordless phone suitable for anyone’s home and it includes a built in answering machine for those times you are not there
Here a home phone from Panasonic that is tough and stylish and it is even capable of working after being encased in ice. I know they do tough notebooks (Toughbooks) but surely encasing a phone in ice makes that tough as well.
Taking on the role of the company’s first WiFi enabled Walkman handset is the Sony Ericsson W705 product.
If you were to line up all the different mobile phones end to end, I wonder how long the line would stretch. Sony Ericsson has added to this length with a new Cybershot model.
Apart from mainstream wired phones for home and office, Doro also do DECT phones. Recently their mobile offerings are becoming widely accepted for those with disabilities, first however a seven button remote control.
Aimed more at the budget end of the market, the Sony Ericsson W302 handset is both lightweight and small in size.
Jabra have made their name making quality Bluetooth headsets for the mobile phone market. That market has moved on and so has Jabra, here with their latest Jabra Halo stereo headset.
The invitation gave little away other than this was to be a new commercial launch. My interest was further aroused when the location and timing was changed just prior to the event.