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Tuesday, 17 April 2012

Airtyme-PV300-Flaunt

Airtyme has launched PV300 Flaunt, 3G enabled phone that has QWERTY keyboard. This phone is sleek and has unique 360° swiveling flip design. Airtyme has already launched MOTOROLA Milestone XT800 and HTC Pulse in India for MTS.


Features of PV300 Flaunt
3.2 inch (854 X 480 pixels ), 65K Color TFT display
15.2 mm thick and weighs 164 g
3.0 MP camera with Flash
Qualcomm MSM 7201A chipset, 528 MHz
256 MB ROM and 128 MB RAM
Expandable memory up to 32GB with MicroSD, 1GB included
Bluetooth v2.0 with A2DP
3G HSDPA 7.2 Mbps, HSUPA 2.0 Mbps
MP3 player (MP3,AAC, WAV, WMA) and Video player (H.263, MP4, 3GP)
1250 mAh Battery


It has trackball and the menu keys on sides and it also comes with pre-installed apps like Yahoo, Gtalk, MSN and AOL and Opera Mini-Browser. The phone comes in purple and black colors and available for Rs.5,999 across India.

AirTyme PV300 FLAUNT

AirTyme PV300 FLAUNT is a Swivel phone weighing 164.43g. It′s dimensions are 129.54MM x 60.96MM x 15.24MM . The phone operates at frequencies of GSM 850 / 900 / 1800 / 1900 / UMTS 850 / 1700 / 2100 MHz. The Phone has a Display of 3.2 inches, TFT 65K Colors. This model comes with Camera of , 3.0 Mega Pixels Camera with Flash with , Digital Zoom

Monday, 16 April 2012

HCL ME Tablet U1

Android 4.0.3 , High-performance Cortex A8 1GHz Processor, Multiple Connectivity options – USB port, Wifi and 3G USB Dongle, Capacitive Touch Dispaly,7 inches 800x480

Samsung Galaxy Note N7000 Mobile Phone

Samsung Galaxy Note N7000 Mobile Phone Overview
Dream big with Samsung Galaxy Note. It comes with a large 5.3 inch HD Super AMOLED Touch screen to give you unmatched viewing experience. It provides you the best multi-input experience with an included S Pen stylus that will help you jot down notes, note any random ideas, sign documents electronically and do a lot more. Explore a world of exciting applications and games with the Android 2.3 platform. Enjoy ultimate speed and performance with its 1.4GHz processor. Clicking hi-res pictures is easy on its 8MP camera and get smart self-portraits using the 2MP front camera. Record videos in high-definition and feel the difference. The Note also offers smart multimedia options for your entertainment. Store all your photos, videos, games and more on its expandable 32GB memory.

Key Features:

5.3'' WXGA HD sAMOLED Touch Screen
Android 2.3 OS with Dual 1.4 GHz Processor
3G & Wi-Fi Connectivity
Dual Camera: Back: 8 MP/ Front: 2 MP
S Pen Stylus, S Planner & S Memo
16 GB Internal Memory
Powerful 2500 mAh Battery
Expandable Memory Upto 32 GB


Size & Weight
Display: 5.3'' (13.44 cm) WXGA HD sAMOLED Touch Screen
Dimension: 146.85 x 82.95 x 9.65mm
Weight: 178 Gms



iball Tablet

With the budget tablet segment taking off, another new entrant is the Slide from iBall. The brand has been quite popular in the PC peripherals business for a long time and only recently entered the mobile phone field. Taking things up by a notch, they’ve launched the 1GHz infused, Android Gingerbread toting ‘Slide’ tablet. Keeping the Indian price low has never been an issue with the company with the iBall Slide priced at Rs. 13,995, and here’s what you get for that price.
Form Factor
The Slide looks quite like the typical low-budget tablet that lacks the certain curvaceous styling like higher priced models, but still manages to come across as being neatly put together. The first thing you’ll probably notice is the lack of a rear camera, which is a bit of a downer seeing at a 2MP camera lens is staring at you in the face for video VoIP calling support. The 7-inch capacitive display is actually quite bright and the though resolution i.e. 800 x 480 is identical to the likes of the Beetel Magiq or the Reliance 3G Tab, images appear much sharper and colors a little more dense.

The Slide looks quite like the typical low-budget tablet that lacks the certain curvaceous styling like higher priced models, but still manages to come across as being neatly put together. The first thing you’ll probably notice is the lack of a rear camera, which is a bit of a downer seeing at a 2MP camera lens is staring at you in the face for video VoIP calling support. The 7-inch capacitive display is actually quite bright and the though resolution i.e. 800 x 480 is identical to the likes of the Beetel Magiq or the Reliance 3G Tab, images appear much sharper and colors a little more dense.
Features and Performance
Interface

Running on a 1GHz ARM Cortex-A8 processor with Android Gingerbread (2.3) the iBall Slide offers no customized UI. The stock interface is very responsive, though and from animations to accessing and opening apps, it’s an extremely speedy performer. The UI worked out to be much more fluid compared to the others in its segment with enough juice to play full HD (1080p) content almost flawlessly.Linpak MFLOPS scores clocked it in at 17.357 (Single Thread) and 15.906 (Multi Thread), which seems just a little low and yet oddly it was a far better performer than the others. AnTuTu’s coring put it in the same league as HTC’s Desire HD mobile handset.
Media
The audio capability of the Slide was not very impressive. Neither were bundled handsfree (in-ear style) comfortable to use, nor were they very capable of handling the audio too well. Unfortunately, even with a better set of earphones the quality was not much better leading us to believe that the audio engine on the device was not really a priority. It features the stock Android player with no frills and even with more enhanced options available off the Android Market place, the quality was a big issue.The device played all video formats we threw at it with ease. The only format that had an issue with playback was .FLV. If the native player didn’t play the file, the secondary, pre-loaded UTPlayer came to the rescue. If it weren’t for the low quality audio, watching videos on this device would have been fantastic. There’s no FM radio, but there is an iReader app for eBooks.

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