LG Optimus GT 540 Review

This smartphone released last year has received quite a good response from the market. The producer, which is South Korean, has come to the idea of finally utilizing the smartphone technology to dive into the popular market streams when it comes to mobile phones. LG Optimus GT540 is using Android as its operating system. Some of the phones already have the latest upgraded Android version 2.1 which is more fascinating to use compared to the initial version of 1.6. This is the reason why at a very competitive price, the phone is running fast you would not notice it’s the less expensive smartphone. It will not give you any difficulty or any hang time while navigating through the interface.

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BlackBerry 8120 Global Wi-Fi Device Unveiled For AT&T


AT&T and Research In Motion (RIM) today announced the BlackBerry Pearl 8120, a global handset with built-in Wi-Fi. The BlackBerry Pearl 8120 features a large, ultra-bright 240 x 260 px display that supports more than 65K-colors – measures just 4.2″ x 2.4″ x 0.5″ and weighs 3.2 ounces. Combining BlackBerry email and messaging capabilities, the Pearl 8120 includes RIM’s SureType keyboard with word completion, built-in spell-checker and user-customized dictionary – as well as simultaneous voice and data access when connected to a Wi-Fi network.

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Web-surfing Phones Riding High


The Korea Times report that the mobile Internet is the hottest issue among early adopters of technology in Korea. The three most popular handsets these days according to a local technology website are all touch-screen phones specializing in Web browsing ― Samsung’s Haptic, Pantech & Curitel’s CanU and LG’s Touch Web Phone. The above picture features a user searching for video clips on YouTube utilising a Samsung Haptic phone with a pencil tip.

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