Mobile Phone Reviews

Nokia Asha 305

Nokia Asha 305 Review

Once again Nokia has stunned the market with its new Nokia Asha 305 (launched in July 2012). It's a great looking hand set with cheapest price ever. Samsung is already trying to break the market for cheap android smart phones but now we think Nokia is taking this competition seriously with its almost smart like phones. So far Asha series has already taken attention of millions of users who were searching for decent phones with no extra cost. Nokia Asha 305 is a candy bar phone with fair touch capabilities and the amazing power of dual SIMs. As we said it's a low end cheap phone so don't expect it to be something outstanding or faster performing device. Nokia Asha 305 has a very neat exterior and this time internal interface is also changed and upgraded. For users who are waiting for a cheap stylish phone and loyal to Nokia brand, they sure like to get their hand on Nokia Asha 305 for its good looks and also offer features similar to smart phones.

Nokia Asha 305 offers neat and simple features for a basic phone with great power of Dual SIM management. Its touch response is fine but does lags at times if device is continuously in use. We can't say it's a big issue because slow response is bearable with cheap price. Beside Dual SIM, Nokia Asha 305 has a 2MP camera (with basic functions) with video recording at 10 frames per seconds. Nokia Asha 305 Internal memory is 10 MB with 64 MB ROM and 32 MB RAM. Due to low RAM Nokia Asha 305 do gives slight freezing issues at time and touch response becomes slower. Nokia Asha 305 offers a decent 3 inch display screen with resistive touch capabilities. Display is fair but low in resolution visibility is fair but could have been be better as Nokia has all the technology to offer in low price. The most important aspect of Nokia Asha 305 is its battery life. We were expecting a low battery time but Nokia surprise us with almost 14 hours of talk time and 40 hours of music play.

Nokia Asha 311

Nokia Asha 311 Review

Since past couple of month Nokia Asha series seems to getting more attention from low and medium range customers. Cheap price with attractive features are the major element of Nokia Asha series. Similar in looks and style with its siblings Nokia Asha 311 is our focus today. Nokia Asha 311 was launched in June 2012 and packed with almost all the goodies that can be offered by an entry level smart phone. Yes, Nokia Asha 311 features almost as a smart phone but still runs on Nokia S40 OS.

Nokia Asha 311 offers a fine design with a bit glossy finishing (can be said cheap) but Nokia friendly UI and long lasting durability is well kept. Almost as a smart phone Nokia Asha 311 holds a decent touch functionality and pretty smooth execution while use on multi tasks. It runs on a 1 GHz CPU with 128MB of RAM, not much but justified as per its price. Now here is a catch…Nokia Asha 311 is not falling in the cheapest feature phones available. In its price you can also find entry level smart phones as well. Beside decent speed Nokia Asha 311 has a fine 3.15 MP camera with VGA video quality. A decent wide WQVGA Screen of 3 inches and above all a very impressive talk time of 14 hours with its 1100 mAh Li-Ion battery.

Samsung I9300 Galaxy S III

Samsung I9300 Galaxy S III Review

Since the launch of Samsung Galaxy S III in May 2012, smart phones consumers were not expecting Samsung to be the ruling brand. Not even the competitors (HTC, Apple, Sony, LG) expecting anything like Galaxy S III from Korean innovators. From its release to the present, no other smart phone to offers such features to challenge. Though we were expecting Samsung Galaxy S III to be similar as the HTC One but Galaxy S III is way ahead of the other high end smart phones.

With Galaxy S III, Samsung proved its innovations and state of the art technology. It's a perfect blend of powerful processing and features that gives users a new sensation on every touch and swipe. The most significant feature is the Super AMOLED capacitive touch screen, an eye-candy to anyone who looks at it. Beside its beautiful HD screen Samsung offers 1.4 GHz Quad-Core Cortex-A9 CPU, faster than the HTC One which holds the slot of fastest smart phone before Galaxy S III. This energy efficient processing chip gives more battery life than any other smart phone. None the less it has an improved 8 MP smart HD camera with auto focus and LED Flash. Beside this a long battery life and amazing performance of Samsung S III in a 6.8mm slim body is impressive.

Apple iPad 3 Wi-Fi

Apple iPad 3 Wi-Fi Review

Apple iPad third generation has just hit the market with an impressive 9.7" Retina display which is the most stunning display that we have seen on a tablet. Though the new iPad looks the same as that of old but to be frank, it brings a massive upgrade. The new screen is simply outstanding and it is hard to exaggerate the importance of the new screen. Apple has loaded down four times as many pixels into the same space and the enhancement has to be checked to be understood. The display is surprisingly sharp. Text and photos look simply stunning.

Compare the new iPad with the iPad 2 and you will find the world of difference. The iPad 2 all of a sudden starts looking so hazy. While you can see minute details on the new iPad that if you want to see on the iPad 2 would be just indistinguishable smears. On the new iPad, the App icons are even more sharper and you can also read some of the infinitesimal magazine covers on the Newsstand icon. Apple makes sure that the screen is well covered in terms of graphic processing with some extra GPU cores as well and thus the performance is flawless and outstanding.

The new iPad comes with 5 mega pixel camera with the Wi-Fi hotspot support too however, it is carrier-dependent. The long list of cons should not be a surprise. Let’s take a close look.

Samsung Galaxy Pocket S5300

Samsung Galaxy Pocket S5300 Review

Samsung Galaxy series had added a great value to Samsung mobile so far. Since the launch of the Samsung Galaxy S III smart phone people around the world gets attentive to Samsung. From great features and amazing performance to wide price range, Samsung smart phones are selling like hot cakes and their sales graph is increasing day by day. So far the major credit goes to Samsung Galaxy S III sales which keep the brand on top for its increase in demand and it's also ruling as the smart phone king at present.

For toady we selected one of the low price smart phone form the Galaxy series The Samsung Galaxy Pocket. It's a small size smart phone which contains all the goodies users can get in a very less price. Samsung Galaxy Pocket was launched in April 2012 with a focus towards the buyers who wants a cheap touch phone with smart functionality. It's a bit small in size with decent features but due to limitations it does restrict users on certain things. Samsung Galaxy Pocket has all the basic android capabilities with good touch response but speed is a bit slower. We do understand that its basic android smart phone so expectations are less. Samsung Galaxy Pocket offers Android OS V2.3.6 Gingerbread with Touch Wiz UI. It also has a decent basic 2 MP camera and good 3GB internal storage.

Nokia Asha 302

Nokia Asha 302 Review

The Nokia Asha 302 is one of Nokia's newest feature phones. It is a new entry-level smartphone that runs on S40 operating system. It comes with Nokia looks and feels nice to use. The Nokia Asha 302 features a modest camera, QWERTY keyboard and a chunky shape. Although, it is not the lightest or the thinnest set in the market but it offers a solid build with a sturdy metal and plastic casing. Furthermore, due to its curving sides, the handset fits quite comfortably in the hand. The phone brings better connectivity and reasonable processing power without needlessly confusing the interface.

The Nokia Asha 302 features a decent 2.4-inch QVGA TFT display with approximately 262,000 colors. It comes with a bright screen with the 320 x 240 resolution. The screen of the Asha 302 does not consume much energy which is suitable for this type of mobile phone. In addition, the navigation keys and the QWERTY keyboard are also

Illuminated and it is very easy to use them even in the dark.

Nokia 808 PureView

Nokia 808 PureView Review

After waiting for 3 months, Nokia has stunned the market with its new “Nokia 808 PureView”. It’s a complete studio for the users who are crazy about taking picture or making videos. Want to know how??? It has the world’s most powerful camera that ever comes in a smart phone 41 Mega Pixels Camera!

No wonder Nokia "the people's choice" brand has always wins by its innovations, as they continued to do previously. Its quiet competitive of Nokia to launch a non-android smart phone when it's green andro-guys jumping over most major brands like HTC, Samsung, LG, Motorola, Sony Ericson etc. Yes, Nokia 808 PureView is a Symbian phone but we can't say it’s not smart. Sure it’s fast as any other touch phone you had used or willing to.

Nokia 808 PureView offer fast processing performance and smooth touch experience just like iPhone, HTC, Samsung or any other popular smart phone. It features a 1.3GHz Arm II CPU and Broadcom BCM2763 GPU which holds its stunning AMOLED screen with great HD quality. While using the phone it will impress the user with its quick response to the touch and swipes. As the name says itself, Nokia 808 PureView is design to deliver the best to the consumer segment who are looking for a great camera in a smart phone. With its 41 MP camera comes a Carl Zeiss optics lens, autofocus and a powerful Xenon flash. Photo and videos stays at their best whether the light is good or bad, Nokia 808 PureView will keeps you top of everything.

Sony Xperia P

Sony Xperia P Review

In our spotlight today we are exploring the new Sony Xperia P. After a long time Sony has registered itself in smart phones category in May 2012. Sony Xperia P is a decent build device with average smart phone features, doesn’t seems lagging if compare to other phones of similar class. It can be classified as a midrange phone which contains all the necessary features on an Android platform. We expect it to be launch with latest Android Ice-cream Sandwich but Sony introduced it with Android Ginger Bread. We hope Sony will soon release the Android 4.0 ICS updates as they announced.

Sony Xperia P offers impressive processing with credits to its Nova Thor U8500 Chipset and Dual Core CPU. With good processing power and upright features, Sony Xperia P signifies by its bright display. It comes with Sony White Magic technology and backed by the amazing Sony BRAVIA mobile engine. In direct sunlight the screen stay perfectly visible and clear to the eyes. Beside the amazing display Sony Xperia P offers 8MP Camera with 3264x2448 pixels, nearly perfect for photos and videos. It has basic camera functions like autofocus, LED flash etc. Mali-400MP GUP adds more life to the images and videos while watching on its screen or on your HD TV with its TV Out option. All this and more stays alive on Sony Xperia P with its Li-Ion 1305 mAh battery it’s a standard battery which gives 2days life with normal usage.

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