What Is The Best Pick From The Latest Mobile Phones Available?
It seems as though technology continues unabated. Only a few years
ago, a mobile phone meant a plastic brick that you could carry around
with you and simply make phone calls with. However, these days the
mobile phone has become an all round communication device, with
internet access, text, video and picture messaging, digital photography,
music and video players, and so much more. Amongst the best of the
current batch are the Sony Ericsson K800i, Samsung D900 and Nokia
The latest phone from Sony Ericsson is absolutely packed with features.
Thanks to the 3.2 megapixel Sony cybershot camera with flash, 16x
zoom, autofocus, image and video stabilizer and BestPic technology,
which lets you capture several images in quick succession with one
press, then choose which you want to keep, this is one of the best
camera phones available on the market. With the inclusion of an
in built Xenon flash, this camera is perfect for taking great quality
pictures even under poor lighting conditions. The Sony Ericsson
K876i also features Edge, Bluetooth and 3G compatibility for accessing
the internet and sharing of your photos and information, alongside
a music and video player with FM radio and Memory Stick storage,
amongst a series of other facilities.
The Samsung D900 is, at just 13mm, the world s slimmest sliding
phone, and one of a new series of Samsung s ultra slim mobiles.
The D900 is firmly targeted at the business user market, with integrated
business features such as a document viewer, as well as a 3.13 megapixel
camera, TV-output function, and Bluetooth stereo headset (A2DP)
support to enhance the user s multimedia experience.
The Nokia 6233 is another great 3G phone offering with a high-quality
stainless steel finish, and is designed to bridge the gap between
business and entertainment. This mobile has a 2 megapixel camera
for capturing still and video footage, and up to 2GB of expandable
microSD memory. With EDGE speeds of up to 236.8 kbps, combined with
Java MIDP 2.0 and Bluetooth API, downloading new applications or
games has been made easy, as has the transferring of images, video
clips, audio, and other files. The Nokia 6233 also includes a music,
FM radio, and video player capable of playing or streaming 3GPP,
H.263 video, MPEG-4, and AMR, as well as MP3, MP4, eAAC+ and AAC
Which phone is best for which user, depends on what the mobile
is going to be used for most often, as well as which network is
required, and what mobile phone deals are available, however each
of these three has enough in the way of extras to make them versatile
enough to deal most of the requirements which are likely to be thrown
at them on a daily basis, it is even possible to make phone calls
on them too! It seems that wonders will never cease.
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