Sprint today announced a software upgrade for the Mogul, a Windows Mobile device packed with advanced wireless capabilities. The device comes with the new EV-DO Rev, a technology which supports faster data rates and higher system capacity letting users send and receive data at broadband speeds (comparable to basic DSL). Average download speeds will increase from 400-700 Kbps to 600 Kbps-1.4 Mbps and average upload speeds will increase from 50-70 Kbps to 350-500 Kbps.
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 Nokia E61i may look like a wide but smaller scientific calculator but it is really one of the best smart phones in the world. Which is why that it is unfortunate this phone does not provide 3G support for its US users. However, this is considered as one of Nokia’s best phone that anyone can take in the boardroom as well as in any rugged outing. The phone boasts of an S60 Symbian OS, a WiFi antenna and the best QWERTY keypad, with large keys and a rubberized texture.