Monday, 25 January 2010

Different Mobile Phones For Different Needs!

In the fast paced and ever changing world of present times, connectivity has become one of the major necessity of life for people from developed and developing economies like US, European countries (UK, France etc.) India, Brazil, Russia and others.

There are currently available a number of options for people to remain connected with their near and dear ones. These include Mobile phones Internet (via email & chatting), fax and definitely snail mail as well, though it has lost its usability in today's world which is being ruled by latest inventions in IT & communication technology in general.

But, if we talk of only mobile connectivity then there is no better option than having a good mobile handset, featuring numbers of latest connectivity options including GPS, GPRS, built in web browser, multiple messaging options (SMS, Email, IM) etc.

Referring to UK, currently there are numerous choices available before buyers in UK, to choose a best fit mobile handset from. The large collection of available mobile handset can broadly be divided into three main categories of basic handset, average handset and high-end mobile handsets.

The first category of basic handsets mainly consists mobile phones showcasing the basic specifications like built in FM, a low-power built in camera (if any), speaker phone and others. Some of the handset which easily find their place in this category are: Nokia 5030 Xpressradio (a very good basic handset from Nokia, showcasing built in FM radio), Nokia 1661, Sony Ericsson Z555 (a flip phone with basic features like 1.3 MP built in camera, Bluetooth, GPRS, multiple messaging options including Email and instant messaging), Motorola Aura (an stylish looking flip phone with 2GB of internal memory and 2 MP built in camera, GPRS, music player etc.), Samsung E1100, Samsung E2210 B etc.

The second category of average handset mainly consist start up touchscreen handsest, mobile phones devised solely for entertainment featuring speaker phone, powerful built in camera, music player, GPS, Wi-fi etc. Handsets like LG KP500 Cookie, LG BL 40 New Chocolate, Nokia 5320 Xpressmusic, HTC magic, Moto ROKR ZN50, Samsung M7600 Beat DJ, Samsung S3650 Corby etc. are all from this category.

The third category of high end mobile phones is mainly composed of PDA's, latest released android handsets, diamond studded costly handsets from Virtu and latest touchscreen cum PDA handsets featuring built in full QWERTY keyboard. Some of the celebrated handsets which easily find their place in this category are: Nokia N97, Nokia N900, BlackBerry Curve 8320 (a classic PDA device), BlackBerry storm 9500 (touchscreen cum PDA handset), HTC touch diamond (another touchscreen cum PDA device), HTC touch pro 2 (touchscreen cum PDA device featuring built-in full qwerty keyboard), Sony Ericsson XPERIA X2 (one of the best PDA handsets ever launched by people's handset maker Sony Ericsson), Motorola DEXT (an android phone featuring built in full qwerty keyboard) which has not been released yet, Apple iphone 3GS, Vertu Constellation (a luxurious handset), Samsung I8000 Omnia II (a revolutionary touchscreen cum PDA device featuring Samsung's proprietary TouchWiz 2.0 UI) etc.

In conclusion, we see availability of numerous options before cell phone users in UK to choose a handset, meeting their requirements with an ease. Especially in view of numerous price comparison websites showcasing mobile phone deals from different mobile carriers.

Andrew J Peterson is a professional writer. He is writing on various products and services to distinguish price comparison on Mobile Phones, Contract Mobile Phones, nokia mobile phones, broadband providers , Home Broadband, Cheap Hotels and many others.

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3 comments:

Bayu Lebond said...

wah harga terjangkau tuh...hanya 800rb-an aja yah...mentab tenan

arshad said...

Hi its really very nice i enjoyed a lot to visit..Mobile prices

john..... said...

very interesting and nice post i must say it is very well written and will prove to be very helpful for others, while buying different mobiles for different needs did you once think of what to do with the old ones? my advice to you is to recycle it or opt for cash 4 phones, An individual always ensure that the battery fitted in his smartphone should disposed in the best proper method otherwise, that can be quite dangerous for the environment. Therefore, the recycling of handsets is the most ideal way through which one can save his planet from the harmful toxic acid. Since, these dangerous acids are non biodegradable and so, can act harmful for the fertility of soil

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