The new smartphone from Nokia, Lumia 900, won’t have a high price in the U.S. Its retail price will be around $99.99 and AT&T will sell the phone starting with April 8. Lumia 900 can rival with high-end models from Samsung and Apple.
Unfortunately, the low price could turn it into a product that cannot be included in the big league. This is the irony of Nokia’s situation on the smartphone market in the U.S. Lumia 900 has such a low price that it could be considered “cheap”, even if they want to attract customers who appreciate the quality and value of a smartphone.
Lumia 900 has the most attractive features. It has a 4.3-inch screen and uses AT & T 4G network. It has a 1.4 GHz processor. Also the video / photo technology is very advanced. The battery has autonomy of seven hours (talk time).
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To make it clear ? it doesn?t come from RIM and it?s not a watchphone. Made by Allerta, inPulse is a BlackBerry smartphone accessory that connects wirelessly to your phone by Bluetooth and can show previews of emails, SMS and other messages (Twitter), together with incoming call details and alarms.
It packs 1.3″ full colour OLED display, Bluetooth v2.0+EDR, 150 mAh lithium-ion polymer battery (~ 4 days), glass lens and full metal body, vibrating motor, micro-USB port (for charging) and supports over-the-air firmware updates.
Works with any BlackBerry with OS 4.3 and above and can be pre-ordered right now for reasonable US$149.
RIM today announced the sleek and powerful BlackBerry Bold 9700. It will be the first 3G-powered BlackBerry available through T-Mobile USA, and also the first smartphone from RIM that includes built-in support for both 3G connectivity and voice calls over Wi-Fi, T-Mobile informed .
Rumored as the Onyx, Bold 9700 comes with new BlackBerry OS 5.0, 624 MHz processor, 2.44? light-sensing display, 256MB Flash memory, built-in GPS and Wi-Fi (802.11 b/g), 3.2 megapixel camera with autofocus, flash and video recording, full-QWERTY keyboard, touch-sensitive optical trackpad and micro SDHC 2GB card.
It includes support for 3G HSDPA networks around the world and provides all well known RIM?s mobile e-mail and messaging solution, and access to social networking applications.
Many applications from BlackBerry App World are readily available directly on the 9700, such as Slacker Radio (free music), TeleNav GPS Navigator (turn-by-turn directions), and visual voicemail.
The new BlackBerry is expected to be available in November.