Tuesday 24 January 2012

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Samsung has launched yet another low priced mobile to target low segment market. Samsung Hero Music E1232 is dual sim mobile with dual standby support. It has a stylish modern design and has Anti-dust Alpha numeric keypad. It sports 1.8-inch QVGA TFT display. Multimedia features available with mobile are FM Radio and music player. The external memory of the phone goes up to 4GB. It supports Bluetooth v2.1, GPRS/EDGE connectivity features. The 1000 mAh Li-ion battery supports talk time up to 670 minutes and stand by time up to 580 hours.

Samsung E1232 features and specification:
- GSM/EDGE 900/1800MHz
- 1.8″ Inch QVGA TFT Display Screen
- FM Radio
- Internal Memory: 4MB
- Phonebook Memory: 1000
- SMS Memory: 500 + SIM
- Up to 4GB Expandable Memory
- Audio Player: MP3
- Bluetooth v2.1
- 3.5mm Audio Jack
- MP3, 40 Polyphonic Ringtones
- 1000 mAh Li-ion Battery
- Talk Time: Up to 670 minutes
- Standby Time: Up to 580 hours
- Dimensions: 110.60 x 45.35 x 13.90mm
- Weight: 73.2g

Sony Ericsson Spiro


LG GW300


Samsung Champ C3300K


GOOD:Good design, sturdy build, comfortable keypad, good audio quality, multitasking, well priced
BAD:Average camera quality, unimpressive web browser
VERDICT:Its price and features make it an impressive phone

LG has started seeding the Android 2.3 (Gingerbread) update for its Optimus Black. The update was expected to go live by the end of November. Up until now, the users of this costly phone have had to cope with the dated Android 2.2 (Froyo). LG's move is odd, especially when most manufacturers are gearing up to deliver the Android 4.0 (ICS) update.

Reportedly, the new firmware brings an improved user interface with better implementation of the copy-paste function. With Gingerbread on board, the Optimus Black will also play nice with media files such as AAC, AVC, and MPEG 4. Additional improvements include enhanced battery life, camera tweaks, and better gaming performance. I remember coming across software glitches while reviewing LG's premium handset. Let's hope the latest code will iron out these rough edges.

As of this writing, the update is only available for India and Europe. It looks like users from other regions will have to wait a little longer. LG has also promised to deliver ICS later this year, and we will keep you updated on that front.

Nokia Asha 300 official pictures

The Nokia Asha 300 may not exactly fit in with today’s standards of newsworthy. With smartphones flexing their muscles at venues like CES, sporting ever-expanding app markets, HD screens and multi-core processors, it’s hard to see how an entry-level offering could produce much of a splash...

The Nokia Asha 300 may not exactly fit in with today’s standards of newsworthy. With smartphones flexing their muscles at venues like CES, sporting ever-expanding app markets, HD screens and multi-core processors, it’s hard to see how an entry-level offering could produce much of a splash.
If, however, price is a factor, or you simply want a phone that is…well, simple, then the Asha 300 could definitely make some waves in your pool. Part of a new line of phones by Nokia, which feature a revamped S40 interface and 1GHz processor, the Asha 300, and its QWERTY sibling, the Asha 303, aim to cement Nokia's place in a market they have traditionally dominated.
Nokia Asha 300 official pictures
The Touch and Type S40 interface is at once the same yet different from the traditional non-smart UI from Nokia. Combined with an app store and a customizable homescreen, there are definitely elements borrowed from smartphones in an attempt by Nokia to extend the functionality while retaining the simplistic feel of the S40. The faster processor and 128MB of RAM are more than sufficient to run the S40 quickly and without hitches.
Key features
Quad-band GSM/GPRS/EDGE support
Quad-band 3G with 10Mbps HSDPA and 2Mbps HSUPA
Asha S40 Touch and Type platform
2.4" QVGA 256K-color resistive TFT touchscreen
1GHz processor
128MB RAM, 256MB ROM
5 megapixel fixed-focus camera
VGA video recording at 30fps
Stereo FM radio with RDS
Bluetooth v2.1 (with A2DP)
Standard microUSB port (charging enabled)
USB On-The-Go support
microSD card slot (32 GB supported)
3.5mm audio jack
Asha exclusive Angry Birds game
Main disadvantages
No Wi-Fi (as opposed to Asha 303)
No multitasking
Fixed-focus camera
No smart dialing
No video-call camera
Non-hot-swappable memory card

The Asha 300 walks that fine precipice between designing a phone that is contemporary, yet aims to appeal mainly to an audience where being contemporary is not as important as being simple and not too expensive.

We’ve all heard the expression “I just want a phone that works, don't care about the extra stuff.” With quad-band 2G and 3G support, the 300 does exactly that – it’s a no-nonsense worker bee of a phone. In fact, with Bluetooth, a 5MP camera, messaging and radio it will do even more should the need arise. The only ding in regards to important cost-cutting features is that it does not have the Wi-Fi support of the Asha 303.
The Asha 300 in-hand
All of this in mind, one of the main disadvantages of not having a smartphone is that you don't get multitasking. Save for being able to play music in the background, the Asha 300 will not be able to run multiple applications simultaneously.
Asha is the new name of Nokia's entry level phone lineup. The Asha 303, which we recently reviewed, succeeds the Nokia C3. The Asha 300 in turn is an obvious descendant of the C3-01. Interestingly, while the QWERTY-enabled Asha 303 upgrades its predecessor in almost every way, the Asha 300 looks and feels like a downgrade. That should make it even more affordable, but let's see what you get relative to what you pay for.
We're about to take a closer look at the exterior, and how it feels to trade stainless steel for plastic.


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Top 10 mobile phone

10) Nokia E71 
At No 10 is the e71 from Nokia and they have sold a lot of these devices in India. It got 3.1 Mega-pixels backside camera camera and a very nice metallic body with equally good buttons. It got microSD card slot with support up to 8GB. It got all the regular connectivity option ranging from Bluetooth to 3G.

It runs on ARM 11 369 MHz processor with 128 MB RAM and 110 MB storage.

Overall this is a very nice looking phone with reasonably good speed but it's certainly not the powerhouse in any segment. It's basically an email phone....

 9) HTC Wildfire 
HTC wildfire is an Android based smart phone. It runs on Android 2.1 (Eclair) with HTC Sense and it's CPU processor speed is 528 MHz. 

This phone got 512 mb of ROM and 384 mb RAM. It got one microSD card slot and it's capacity is up to 32GB.

It got 5 MP back side camera with auto focus and flash with geo-tagging. It's battery is reasonably good with 1300 mAh capacity. It also got all other basic connectivity features like GPRS, EDGE, Wi-Fi, 3G, Bluetooth etc.

 8) HTC HD2 
And the the best windows mobile based phone in the market and it again comes from the HTC. It is powered by 1GHz Snapdragon processor with 512 MB internal memory and 448 MB RAM....

 7) Nokia N8 
Nokia N8 is the latest and top end phone from Nokia. And we have placed it at the Rank 7.

This phone is based on Symbian ^3 OS for Nokia. It got large 12 MP sensor and Carl Zeiss optics lens with Xenon flash. It also got HDMI connection port, so that means you will be able to plug-in your high quality images and the video from your phone directly into your TV, Laptop and monitor etc.

The screen size of this phone is 3.5" which shows 640x360 pixels in AMOLED display. The battery back for this phone is also very good. If you want to listen music you can play it for 2 day's in one go with full charge....

 6) Samsung Wave 
Samsung Wave is doing good at Rank 6 majority attributed to it's beautiful Super AMOLED screen and the Android OS....

 5) HTC Legend 
An Android Phone from HTC is at Rank 5. It 126 grams in weight and run by Android 2.1 Eclair OS with with HTC Sense technology.

This one is fixed with mega-pixel colour camera with auto focus and flash It do widescreen photo capture and geotagging. The built in memory of this phone is 512 MB with 384 MB in RAM. It also supports 32 GM microsSD card like HTC wildifre.

This phone have Facebook integration by default other then this it got Friend Stream, Photo sharing on Facebook, Flickr, and Twitter.

It also allows one to share videos on YouTube and HTC Peep for sending tweets to twitter account.


 4) iPhone 3GS 
IPhone 3GS is Ranked at no 4.

Even though the new model of this phone has arrived in the USA and some other European markets but in India it's still a class phone and catches every eye.

The look and feel of this phones remains the best sticky feature for it's buyers....

 3) Sony Xperia X10 
Sony Xperia X10 is comfortably placed at No 3.

Sony Xperia X10 got a 8.1 MP camera and a 1GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon CPU. It's back side camera is the one of the best in class. In fact this the the highest resolution camera on any android phone in the market

It's an android based phone and supports DVD wide-screen resolution. The possible connection speeds in this set is up to HSDPA (3G+). 

 2) Samsung Galaxy S 
Samsung Galaxy S is the Just one rank behind the top phone in the market.

Samsung galaxy S has 4 inch 480x800 pixel Super AMOLED wide-screen , capacitive touch-screen display, a good 5 mega-pixel camera with video Recording and a front facing VGA camera.

Yet the best thing about this phone is it's graphics. It's Super AMOLED screen uses 30% less batter and deliver 80% sharp images. It's screen gives absolutely clear view in the Sun.It's graphics processor yielding 90 million triangles per second and that makes it fastest graphics processing unit in any phone till date. 

In addition to all this it is the slimmest in class....

 1) HTC Desire 
HTC Desire is the best phone in the market so it got the Rank 1. It got everything you could ask for Multitouch, A big screen, reasonably good backup and a dam good typing keyboard. even though it's virtual and on-screen but it type as correct as physical one.

The Camera is pretty decent and records video in HD....

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This phone will surly give a competition to the Blackberry range phone as it got better hardware in the same price as of BlackBerry range phone.

If you are new to Nokia then you might feel little bit disappointed about the Symbian Anna OS but other then that there is nothing you can unlike about this phone.

This is also a lite weight phone as it weight only 133 Grams. Battery life is very good compared to Android phones in the similar price range.

The 8 Mega Pixels camera is a good one it will be very handy to take great pics at 3264x2448 pixels resolution. And it's Dual LED flash is icing on the cake.

This phone can also shoot HD videos at the 720p@25fps in a great quality It's much better then the videos's shot with iphone 4 and premium Android phones. I must admit that Nokia people have good technology when it come to the phone camera's.

This phone is available in two colours black and white only.

If you are a Nokia guy you must buy this phone. Only things that can go against this phone is the old Nokia Symbian OS.


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best mobile phone service provider, Cell Phone Service Providers in India, Who is the Best?

What does the generic customer want?

Essentially, good call quality at a cheaper call cost, and a few value added services like texting, surfing, roaming thrown in....... and yes, sincere service with a smile when you are in soup... these are what excellent cellphone service is all about!

TRAI is yet to enforce the mobile number portability on the cellular providers, which will let the customer change the provider without changing the number. Thereafter, the companies might show the same (if not more) enthusiasm towards the existing customers than the prospects and hopefully, quality will result from competition. But until then, it's the responsibility of the customer to pick his service provider after a fine study and synthesis, then going for the first pack on the rack.

Just like any other service industry in India, it is very difficult to refer to any cellular provider as “the best”, BUT we can find a “suitable best among the available” after a brief study.

The Players

Some of the major cellular providers operating at national level are BSNL’s Cellone, Airtel, Reliance, Tata Indicom and Hutch. Reliance and Tata Indicom operate on CDMA technology and others on GSM. Apart from these, there are regional GSM operators like Spice in Karnataka, Aircel in Tamilnadu, MTNL’s Dolphin in Mumbai and Idea in North India etc.

CDMA or GSM? What do I go for?

This could be the first question. Although both technologies have equally evolved in India, one can't help but notice that the call quality and surfing speed in CDMA is slightly higher-up than GSM. Even call costs are cheaper in CMDA. 

But roaming access (both national/international) is not much to speak of in CDMA , whereas it is GSM’s ultimate strength. So if you are on the go most of the time, then CDMA is a BIG no-no! Also there is not a huge variety of cheaper handsets for CDMA, if you would like to change your mobile phone frequently. More often, though not always, choosing your service provider plays second fiddle to the handset selection itself. Phones with dual SIMs and dual technologies have already started arriving, but at least for now, GSM is the word for Nokia maniacs, Motorola freaks and a whole lot of others.

Now... let us see how the vendors fare in the decisive factors.


For rural and sub-urban customers, this is often the issue. Airtel and Hutch provide good coverage in urban sectors, and BSNL reaches much of the rural sector too. But in signal quality, Airtel is way better than Hutch and BSNL is yet to come out with the Bhai Saab Nahi Lagega (Big Brother will not work) syndrome. In CDMA, Reliance is well established in both rural and urban sectors and Tata Indicom is well on its way.


There are several plans available depending on which vendor, and you can choose what works for you depending on your usage. The first filter is generally, whether to get a prepaid or a postpaid connection. Pre-paid works better for moderate and minimal cell-phone users, where as post-paid for normal, social and business users. BSNL’s prepaid and post paid services are comparatively cheaper than the other GSM operators, followed by Airtel – considered to be the next best. In CDMA, Reliance works out cheaper than Tata Indicom. It is more widespread than Tata (for now at least), and that being said, there are more chances of availing discounts on intra-network services.

Customer Service

The quality of Customer service varies significantly across cities. For e.g. Hutch’s customer care works great in Mumbai but is somewhat pathetic in Bangalore. On an overview, Airtel tops the list in both speed and accessibility and BSNL’s service has lots of scope for improvement. In CDMA, Tata Indicom’s service is comparatively better than Reliance’s lukewarm, off-handed approach.

These comparisons might throw light on what is better for you. But this inference can differ based on other factors like location, call plan option etc and the actual recommendation is not the same for everyone. An executive constantly flying across cities may choose Airtel while a small business man based in the suburbs may go for Reliance. While a texting teen may pick Hutch, a surfing freak may bond with Tata Indicom and a ceremonious senior may pledge to BSNL. What's more, if you find a genuine promotional offer that sounds like it's “Made for You” at the time of purchase,go for it! After all, cellular providers in India or anywhere else for that metter, do not differ much in their performance.

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Top Cell Phone Companies in India

Mobile Phone Market

Ever since the mobile telephone services were launched in India, the domestic market was ruled by the Nokia mobile phones. Though Siemens, Motorola, Samsung, Sony Ericsson and LG had also entered the Indian market but they failed to compete with Nokia as for as the price range and quality was concerned. Nokia phones are more easy to use as compared to the cell phones of other companies. Some time ago Indian cell phone market was flooded with the China made phones that were 4-5 times cheap than the ‘standard’ phones. They had ‘dual sim’ features and high sound features. These China made cell phone sets were liked a lot by the middle and the lowest level Indian society. These China made sets were not repairable and did not have any ‘EMEI’ number. EMEI number is the unique identity of a cell phone set that is used by the network to identify the mobile phone. Thus ‘made in China’ cell phones has created a security challenge because without them it is impossible to tract the cell phone. After 26/11 Mumbai terrorist attacks Indian government had banned these sets. Now some Indian companies have also launched their phone sets in the market that are vary cheap a compared Nokia and other cell phone companies. There are almost equal as for as quality is concerned. Thus Nokia’s market has dipped manifolds in India but it is still ruling the Indian cell phone market. MicroMax, Karbonn, Lava etc are some of the Indian cell phone producing companies that are competing with the global giants. Some of the top cell phone companies are as follow.
Super Giant Nokia

Nokia had ruled the Indian cell phone market in the starting years when mobile telephony services were launched in India. There won’t be any India cell phone user who hasn’t used the Nokia handsets in his life time. Nokia is still ruling the Indian market as it has launched a variety of hand sets keeping in view the lowest level Indian society to the business class. Its cheapest mobile phone costs only 1099 rupees. Its N series sets cost most as for as the price range is concerned. Phones with multimedia features are very popular among the students and the youth. Nokia 5233, 5230, and 2730 classic handsets are very popular these days as they have almost all the key features that are deserved by its young Indian customers. Nokia handsets are repairable and have a good resale market and value. What status Honda has in the motorbike market and Maruty has in the car market Nokia has the same status in the Mobile phone market. Nokia has its store and care centers almost all
over India from where the customers can buy their favorite hand sets. The complete knowledge of the Nokia mobile phones available in India, selling points and care centers is available on the webpage.


Motorola and Nokia had entered the Indian market almost at the same time but Motorola failed to gain as much as success as Nokia had. The main reason of it is that Motorola mobile phones do not has the ‘easy to use’ quality. Motorola hand sets are used by most of the educated people as they are not easy to be used by the uneducated people. Motorola has a large variety of models that are available in the Indian market from 1000 to 29000 rupees price rage.


is among some of those cell phone companies that are gaining their ground in the Indian cell phone market. Samsung has launched its 85 cell phone models keeping in view the Indian social economy. The cheapest Samsung handset cost almost 1300 rupees while Samsung Glorgio Armani B7620 (Bronze) is the costliest handset as its cost is near about 38 thousand rupees in the Indian market. Samsung’s ‘dual sim’ and ‘touch screen’ models are very popular. With their superior sound quality and design qualities Samsung mobile phones liked most by the middle and upper-middle class society. But Samsung has not succeeded to gain its ground in the poor sections. Samsung Corby models are very popular these days. They are available at a very affordable price range and have ‘touch screen’, ‘dual sim’, ‘superior sound’ and multimedia qualities. Full information about Samsung stores and service centers is available.

do. Customers can choose their ‘best’ set by comparing the information available on Samsung’s website.


The Common feature about LG and Sony Ericsson mobile phones is that they area popular because of their superior sound quality. LG phones can be divided into three categories, Bar phone, Flip phone and Slide phone according to mobile phone body. LG mobile phones with camera, MP3 player, FM Radio and Bluetooth features are a little cheap than the Nokia products as for as the price range is concerned. The full information about LG phones can be taken from the LG website.

Sony Ericsson phones

are famous for their clear sound quality, multimedia features and clear picturing qualities. Sony Ericsson mobile phones are available in the Indian market in the 1500-42000 rupees price range. Customers can choose the phone according to their budget and lifestyle by seeing the information on Website.Some Indian companies have also entered the market and they have given a big blow to their foreigner competitors’ market. Max, Micromax, Karbonn and Lava etc are preferred because of their price range and additional multimedia features. It is a proven fact that people change their mobile phone set every year. So we can say that the average life of a mobile phone set it just one year. This is the only reason that Indian are showing a lot of interest in ‘desi’ mobile phones.


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