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.
The Samsung SGH-i900 Omnia smartphone runs atop of version 6.1 of Microsoft’s Windows Mobile Professional operating system, and is intended for the Asian and European markets. It supports quad-band GSM/EDGE as well as 2100MHz UMTS/HSDPA (7.2Mbps) network connectivity, with WiFi thrown in for good measure. Highlights of the Omnia include a large, 3.2″ WQVGA (240×400 pixel) touchscreen display with stylus support. The display supports auto-rotation for apps and there is a TV-out function for when 3.2″ is just not large enough.
The Nokia N96 has an enhanced navigation experience that includes rich, easy-to-use maps with urban detail as well as satellite views. Voice guided turn-by-turn navigation – for walking or driving – along with the new City Guides that offer a great way to explore undiscovered places. It is even possible to upload and share personalized journeys, favourite places and great new finds online.
The elegant and unique model Sony-Ericsson C905 is exclusively for those who were in search of a cell phone which could take up snaps almost with zero quality defects. There are so many provisions in the camera option including adjusting the light settings, changing the contrasts and even we can alter the face color combination in it. It also provides us with a path finder which could help us to find the route and location where we exactly are.