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Then the phone also uses the 3.7 inch screen and 5MP camera equipped with LED flash. Acer still not discloses information about other specifications.
The plans Acer Liquid Glow will be marketed in the early spring of this year with color choices of Sakura Pink, Alpine White, Black and Cat’s-eye.
Quoted from GSM Arena, Nokia 803 features a 4-inch AMOLED screen, HDMI port, NFC connectivity and microSIM slot. But the most important of all, this Nokia smartphone is rumored to be equipped with a very large camera sensor. Especially if equipped with optical zoom, 803 will be the greatest camera phones today.
Nokia 803 also will be equipped with a 1GHz processor and 512MB RAM. Although rumors say that the Nokia 803 has the biggest camera sensor, but it is not certain how much the sensor to be used.
Nokia 803 is expected to launch in May, and possibly become a warm conversation at Mobile World Congress (MWC).
The fans may be overwhelmed by technological developments follow the smartphone market in 2011. Yes, many new models released the vendor, either in the lower classes to high end models.
So many, perhaps it’s difficult to distinguish between one smartphone and the other one, moreover if the operating system is the same. Still, most smartphones capable of performing brilliantly so make it better than many rivals.
What smart phones are considered prominent and present the best performance in 2011? Here’s the list is in alphabetical order, quoted from various sources:
1. Apple iPhone 4S
Although not carrying the design changes from the iPhone 4, iPhone 4S still brings innovation and proven to be highly in demand. The most prominent feature in this handset is Siri that can recognize voice commands with very sophisticated. With dual-core processors up to 8-megapixel camera, 4S iPhone is Apple’s most advanced handset so far.
2. BlackBerry Bold 9900
RIM did have a bleak future where the price of their stock dipped so sharply. But in 2011, they created the best BlackBerry ever, Bold 9900 or Dakota. High-resolution and responsive touch screen, BlackBerry OS 7, 1.2 GHz processor in the handset is wrapped in a solid body. More >
Motorola seems to be very ready to present the successor to its line of smartphones Droid. Droid Life reports citing internal sources say Motorola Droid 4 will be launched soon, which is December 8, 2011.
Droid 4 will first be marketed in the United States (U.S.) with a packet of data from Verizon Wireless.
Specifications are not much different from previous Droid series. Droid 4 has a slide-out keyboard, 4-inch screen, dual-core processor 1.2 GHz, 1GB RAM, front camera for video chat and rear 8MP camera.
For the record, Motorola has released four Droid series smartphones this year. The fourth smartphone is Droid X2, Droid 3, Droid Bionic and Droid RAZR. If the Droid 4 comes in accordance with the time specified, then this will be the fifth smartphone Motorola released in 2011.
Duet of Sony and Ericsson in mobile phone company Sony Ericsson which has lasted for 10 years will soon be over. Sony made sure to buy 50% ownership of Ericsson, so Sony Ericsson is completely under the control of Sony.
Sony has agreed to buy Ericsson shares worth USD 1.5 billion. The transaction also includes a patent deal, in which Sony will get 5 sets of patents from Ericsson that is important in the manufacture of mobile phones.
The news that Sony will buy the full Sony Ericsson has been circulating fast some time ago. Some observers claim the deal makes sense because Sony wants to integrate the mobile phone division with mobile gaming devices and tablet computers.
“We will be able to more quickly offer a smartphone, laptop, tablet and television are connected to each other and open a new world of online entertainment. This acquisition makes sense for both Sony and Ericsson,” a statement from Chief Executive Sony, Howard Stringer.
Founded in 2001, Sony Ericsson at first made a promising start. Walkman phones and Cybershot series was warmly welcomed in many parts of the world. But lately, they are getting lag in the smartphone segment.
The full acquisition process of Sony on the Sony Ericsson expected to be completed in early 2012 after obtaining approval from the regulator. Ericsson will then be fully focused on the telecommunications business. The future handset of the company likely to be branded Sony.