The start of the New Year for many people means new gadgets, and at the top of the list are mobile phones. There are many phones out there with superior high speed mobile technology and engineering, which can sometimes make picking the right one for you a hard task. An essential element when choosing your new phone is its Broadbandchoices.co.uk connectivity, as the majority of phone users want a gadget that they can surf the internet, send and receive e-mails or access their social networking profiles. Nowadays many mobile phones are being developed so you can do everyday tasks on your device, and on the move.
White Apple iPhone
Spring 2011 will see Apple reveal their bright and sought after white iPhone 4. Supposedly, this is said to be released at the same time the new iPhone generation is going to be launched. It’s also rumoured that the device will not have any other obvious changes, besides its distinct colour and cheaper price. The Broadbandchoices.co.uk internet connection is said to be rather good as people primarily use this device for using and downloading applications, as well as browsing the internet.
Samsung is launching their first flip Android phone with China Telecom. No price has been set as of yet, but there are many features that are available with this device. Features include Wi-Fi, built in GPS navigation system, 5.0 MP camera with a forward facing movie function, and Bluetooth Connectivity. The device will kick off with the Android 2.2 Froyo operating system. Currently the device is only available in China and there hasn’t been any further information on whether it will be available in other countries.
LG Optimus U
The LG Optimus U is yet another predicted Android phone, it was launched in December. It has a QWERTY keyboard with Swype engineering, a 3.2 megapixel camera, Wi-Fi, and it’ll be operating Android 2.2 OS.
The BlackBerry Style is the second flip phone from Research in Motion. The BlackBerry Pearl was the first, but it has had many bad reviews from its customers. To date it’s been acknowledged as the worst BlackBerry phone with the Storm coming in as a close second. The Style arrives loaded with the BlackBerry 6 OS, Wi-Fi, and a 5 megapixel camera. It additionally has an entire QWERTY keyboard, which is everything most users would love.
Dell Venue Pro
The Dell Venue Pro, which at this time runs on the T-Mobile’s network and is temporarily solely available within the US. It runs on Windows 7 in which it makes use of the 1GHz Snapdragon processor. The device comes in two memory sizes. 8 GB or 16 GB. Some of the device’s features include built in Bluetooth and an Autofocus camera.