Mobile Phone Reviews

Sony Ericsson Xperia neo V

Sony Ericsson Xperia neo V Review

Sony Ericsson Xperia Neo V is not an upgrade of the original Neo handset rather it is a downgrade with the only difference being camera sensor - downgraded from 8 mega pixels to 5 mega pixels along with the more recent Android version. It is one of the first handsets from the manufacturer that is shipped with Android 2.3.4 out of the box.

Sony Ericsson Xperia Neo V is a mid-range handset that would be an ideal choice for anyone who is looking for a little bit of everything with loads of Sony style. Sony Ericsson Xperia Neo V features a 3.7-inch display, 1GHz Snapdragon CPU, and 5MP camera. Along with this it also features custom Sony Ericsson User Interface (UI), a group of tools for social, productivity, and media consumption.

Furthermore, its Bravia display produces a particularly attractive window for viewing video content. On the whole, Sony Ericsson Xperia Neo V is the same phone with a different camera and the lower price. By now, it should be clear that the 'V' in Sony Ericsson Xperia Neo V is the Roman numeral for Five and not a letter.

Samsung Galaxy Y S5360

Samsung Galaxy Y S5360 Review

The Samsung Galaxy Y S5360 is yet another new innovation of Samsung for the smartphones lovers. This smartphone has been especially approved for all the audiences. The Samsung Galaxy Y goes far beyond the other smartphones and it won't take you long to know how far it goes. In a package like the Samsung Galaxy Y S5360, Android is addictive with loads of other things to be explored.

The Samsung Galaxy Y S5360 can be anyone's first smartphone and since it comes on very cheap price so you do not have to think whether you actually need all those additional features or not? Although, the Samsung Galaxy is not full of the most recent technology yet it keeps all the things quite neat and simple at a dreadfully reasonable price.

With a relatively good package of preinstalled applications and a complete connectivity set, the extremely latest Android 2.3.5 Gingerbread and a convincingly fast processor are a small piece of surprise. All these features make this basic smartphone to looks up-to-date.

Sony Ericsson Live with Walkman

Sony Ericsson Live with Walkman Review

This is not the first time that Sony Ericsson tries to mix man and robot but this time it is not just about putting the W in Android. The Sony Ericsson Live with Walkman is a component of the company's enduring endeavor to get their smartphones lineup up to date. The Sony Ericsson Live with Walkman similar to its predecessor puts the music in your pouch without scratching the money out of it. It goes beyond other music player cell phones as it comes with a 5 MP camera phone and a Gingerbread-powered smartphone with all the right features intended for the money-conscious buyers.

Generally speaking, the Sony Ericsson Live with Walkman is meant for music lovers and seeks to keep on focused on matters that interest a apparently younger audience. As a matter of fact, both the xLOUD audio augmentation and TrackID are obtainable across the entire Xperia lineup, consequently no bonus points for the Live with Walkman.

To make a recognizable design more cheerful and eye-catching an apparent effort is made and to be precise it is its bright color branding and flashing lights. The conventionally superior social package in Sony Ericsson droids will be an additional bonus for the younger users. All these features make the Sony Ericsson Live with Walkman an ideal choice for the people it is designed for - younger audience. Furthermore, it is pretty reasonably priced package when compared with the features it offers. You could well be looking at free-on-contract deals too.

Nokia 500

Nokia 500 Review

With the release of Nokia 500 right after releasing E6, Nokia seems to catch its lost market. Nokia 500 being their first 1GHz Symbian Anna smartphone is based on the current C5-03, with a few minor tweaks and improvements. The Nokia 500 is the mass production of the new Nokia Symbian line, since it has the lowest specifications out of the bunch announced in due course for the holiday shopping craze. Even after having said that, Nokia 500 is no slouch since it boasts a nice display with 229ppi pixel density, 5MP camera and a 1GHz processor, based, but, on the older ARM 11 architecture.

The Nokia 500 appears to make adequate sense even without the latest software. The Finns have more than a small number of basic smartphones whose owners will be pleased at the news of a next smartphone for the masses. The Nokia 500 comes out as a reasonably priced handset from Nokia with sufficient specs along with colorful battery covers to keep the overall package exciting for the teens as well as for the emerging markets.

Furthermore, the Finns have scanted on things like an LED flash, along with the internal memory - the handset owns only 2GB - in order to keep the cost of the handset down.

Samsung I9103 Galaxy R

Samsung I9103 Galaxy R Review

Samsung Galaxy R i9103 is the first reasonably priced dual-core smartphone that runs on Android v2.3 Gingerbread operating system and boasts several smart features packed in a premium design. The Galaxy R is powered by a 1 GHz dual core ARM Cortex A9 processor that helps you with multitasking and competent web browsing. Samsung Galaxy R i9103 comes as the best alternative to Samsung Galaxy SII, and would be a huge incentive for the techies. On the whole, the smartphone assures great entertainment as well.

You will get all the desired features along with a very stylish and decent look. However, the phone works on the Gingerbread version 2.3, so if you want the latest version i.e. version 3.2 then you will have to wait.

The Galaxy R stands reasonably well on its own. It makes use of the NVIDIA Tegra 2 platform which is at the core of numerous popular dual-core droids as well as some tablets too. With a 4.2" WVGA bright SC-LCD screen and brushed metal back, the phone looks good and stylish.

Sony Ericsson Xperia active

Sony Ericsson Xperia active Review

Smart and rugged are the two words that define the Sony Ericsson Xperia Active, although these are the words that do not match with each other especially when you're talking about mobile phones. There was a time when even a light or moderate clash with the ground would pretty well destroy the majority of smartphones out there. This gave rise to the birth of rugged phone market. However, both the smartphones and rugged phones keep their distance in terms of their appearance and design but the game was changed with the release of Motorola DEFY that paved the rugged-smart way and since then the smartphone market is now onto its next wave of rugged-smartphones with the DEFY's replacement, the Samsung Galaxy Xcover and the Sony Ericsson Xperia active all competing for a position in your fast-moving lifestyle.

Sony Ericsson Xperia Active is a cute little phone that comes with a rugged water resistance, dust proofing and pre-installed fitness apps together with its smart 1GHz processor, Android 2.3 and optimized user interface. Furthermore, the handset is shipped with the set of accessories that make you get a great deal out of the box.

Nokia C2-02

Nokia C2-02 Review

Nokia C2-02 is touch and type phone which runs on Series 40 OS. Nokia C2-02 is a good looking handset with attractive price. Nokia C2-02 package offers hands free kit, 2 GB microSD, 32 GB supported and charger. There is no microUSB available so user will have to buy separately. Nokia C2-02 offers lots of goodies like 2.6" 256K-color resistive TFT QVGA touchscreen, 2 megapixel fixed-focus camera, QCIF video recording at 15fps, Stereo FM radio with RDS, Visual radio, Bluetooth v2.1 (with A2DP), 3.5mm audio jack. Nokia C2-02 provides the ease of social integration right from the user's home screen in the form of twitter and Facebook live widgets. User can find and share locations with Nokia map. User can do easy browsing, downloading, share location with the help of Nokia maps and can share all the stuff which user loves and can choose application from Nokia C2-02 store in which huge selection of application are available.

There are also list of flaws in Nokia C2-02 like device has touchscreen technology but multitasking and smart dialing are not provided. This can be a major drawback because other device with the same price tag has this facility and due to this drawback Nokia C2-02 can be a deal breaker and other competing models can take advantage of it. There are few more flaws like No Wi-Fi, no screen brightness control, no document viewer, no video call camera and no accelerometer sensor means no cool features like tap-for-time and turn-to mute. The highlight of Nokia C2-02 is its user-friendly interface and low price tag. Beside all pros and cons Nokia's Touch and Type series phones have been doing well in the market.

Nokia X1-01

Nokia X1-01 Review

For the past few years we have seen that lots of cheap dual SIM phones are releasing in the market and due to this reason Nokia has introduce Nokia X1-01 phone. Although Nokia X1-01 is not the first dual SIM phone loaded with lots of features. Nokia C1-01 is also dual SIM with variety of features but Nokia X1-01 is a low priced dual SIM phone which will definitely get attention in the competitive market.

Nokia X1-01 has great music capabilities. The Nokia X1-01 has two great music features which are music player and loud speaker. Music player can play really high quality track and speaker is really loud so user can enjoy music all round his home in full volume.

Nokia X1-01 is available in four different colors which are Red, Dark Grey, Ocean Blue and Orange. Nokia X1-01 has the ability personalizing Dual SIM and remembers the settings for up to five separate SIM cards. Each SIM cards can be personalized with a dedicated name and preferred call. User can also give SIM card its own logo, music signature and ringtone as well.

As far as Nokia X1-01 functionality is concern it has not much changed so if user is not novice to Nokia phone than user can easily navigate the device and even if user is novice than also can easily use Nokia X1-01 due to its simplicity.

Overall Nokia X1-01 is simple and easy to use handset with good functionalities and less budget phone. Nokia X1-01 can be easily shared among the whole family with the support of multiple phonebooks. Nokia X1-01 gives tough competition to Dual SIM devices available in the market and is sure a winner.