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Motorola Rival A455

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Motorola Rival A455

A bit theatrical with the model name, the Rival seems to be a distant successor of the Motorola Rcker. Motorola Rival A455 came with the premise to cater to the younger generation, often referred as the ‘tactile’ generation, with the metallic, fun colored design.

But it has so many issues that it failed completely, a disastrous public relations nightmare. For instance, you can’t really hold it close to your ear because the extremely sensitive touch screen will trigger all sorts of unwanted ...

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Motorola Karma QA1

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Motorola Karma QA1

An interesting name for a cellphone, the Motorola Karma QA1 is aimed at social networking freaks that love the feel of a $199 pseudo smartphone in their hands. Which is not bad is you like more of a classic texter PDA style.

The design is smaller than a Blackberry, but the slider makes it very stylish and functional. One of the basic main features is texting, allowing you to use templates for words and phrases, pictures and videos but not in an annoying way.

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Motorola Razr V3

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Motorola Razr V3

This is a classic cellphone that changed the way mobile phones should look like. I consider it the stepping stone to all the smartphones we see today. Motorola Razr V3 broke through the barrier in that cell phones should only be as good as the calls they make.

It was really the first with a stylish, trendsetting design that was aimed at people who loved individuality and self-expression above all. Really ahead of its time, you can still get a Razr V3 ...

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Nokia N900

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Nokia N900

Nokia N900 is probably the best in the market right now, if you want to overlook the ongoing competence between iPhone, Blackberry and now Nexus One. It really feels as more than a smartphone. Plus, Linux and UNIX enthusiasts find their niche here as they can incorporate it into the Maeme 5 OS shell.

Nokia N900The screen has a 16 million color, 800×480 resolution, transflective display that makes it easier to see, ...

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Samsung Mythic A897

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Samsung Mythic A897

When it comes to a different experience in cellphone technology, Samsung rarely ever disappoints with its avant-garde approach. The Samsung Mythic a897 fulfills all those expectations. It is certainly an improvement over the Eternity model.

It has a great interface of 3.3”, 360×640 pixel screen that actually facilitates the reading of small fonts. But as all good things, this comes with a cost: a bit of sluggishness when changing from one screen to another, or from landscape to portrait mode.

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Motorola Droid

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Motorola Droid

The Motorola Droid is truly one attractive and unique piece of technology. As it has forged a strong alliance with Verizon and Google, this famous US phone maker has, according to some observers, finally come up with a device that should pull the phone maker back from the brink, and compete with the other smart phone giants.

Basic Features That Make It Sizzle

Motorola DroidOnce you pick up the Motorola Droid, you’ll ...

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Sony Ericsson C905

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Sony Ericsson C905

Sony Ericsson C905 is the latest entrant in The C Range of Sony Ericsson mobiles. The C Range normally represent good camera phones and the C905 has one hell of a camera apart from other class leading features. This is Sony Ericsson’s flagship mobile that released worldwide in October 2008 and if you are looking for the true camera phone, you cant go wrong with C905, this SE phone doesn’t exactly beat the competition, but definitely holds it own.

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