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Summary: It seems there are an unlimited number of cases for the iPhone and I recently had a chance to try out four with my iPhone 4S. Do you use a case with your iPhone or do you carry it naked?
The iPhone accessory market is overwhelming V6 Phone VE77 and you can find hundreds of cases in just about any color or design configuration you like. I used to carry my phones in belt clip cases, but no longer do that and now just throw them in my jeans or coat pocket. Thus, I was interested in trying out cases that did not add much bulk to the iPhone and did not wrap around and cover the display.
I put my own engine in my first car when I was 16, owned a small boat for several years, and have thus spent a lot of time under the hood of cars and boats so when I saw the Gasket case that looks like a head gasket on an engine I knew I had to try it out. The Gasket is available in Aluminum Silver, Titanium Gray, Modern Bronze, Vintage Gold, Jet Black, and Rally Blue.
You will find the lightweight aluminum Gasket case W600T along with front and rear clear screen protectors inside the box. I installed the clear protector on the back since I already have a BodyGuardz (review coming soon) on the front. The protector was easy to apply with a two step plastic covering and very easy installation. I can hardly tell there is a protector on the back, which is what I want from protectors like these.
The inside of the case is lined with material to protect your iPhone from getting scratched and cut out to match the holes in the back. The metal covers most of both sides of your iPhone with the top and bottom being open for full access to all ports and buttons. The case offers minimal protection and is more about the looks than anything else.
On the back you will see that the inner lining keeps the case metal from touching your iPhone. One rather major issue I have with this case that kept me from using it any longer than just the time I needed to test it out is the sharpness around the MQ222 inside of all three large openings. The edges will scratch you and if you rub up against it hard enough the edges may even cut you. Also be careful if you place it on a wood table or other surface you don’t want scratched.
The other issue I have with this case that I have also confirmed with many other people is the impact on the cellular reception. My iPhone 4S gives me the best reception I have ever seen on a Verizon phone, but I have seen this case result in a reduction of 2-3 (out of 5 total) bars and if you are in a weaker signal area you may see your connection lost when in this case.
The Gasket is very cool looking and well made, but the sharp edges and apparent signal impact keep me from recommending it. You can buy it for $29.95.
The Skyline case from idAmericais a stiffened plastic material that offers good protection for your iPhone. The Skyline is available in Matte White, Matte Black, and Matte Pink. The back has many openings so the color of your iPhone shows through and makes the case a bit lighter.
The right side and top are mostly completely covered with the power button being covered up. There are openings for the 3.5mm headset jack, lock switch, volume buttons, speakers, and bottom Apple port. There is also an opening on the back for the camera.
The case has a lip that wraps around the front just a bit to hold it in place. The Skyline package comes with a front and rear clear plastic protector that I recommend you use for screen protection.
I like that the rigid flex material used for the case is not sticky so it slides easily in an doug of your pocket and doesn’t collect lint like a silicone gel case. The Skyline case is available for $24.95 and is a nice case to consider.
I thought that the Gasket case would be my favorite since it has such a cool design, but it is just too sharp for me and I don’t want any case impacting my reception. My favorite of all four of these is the XtremeMac Microshield in Bronze color. It gives me some back and side protection, allows my iPhone to slide easily in and out of my pocket, and looks great with my white iPhone 4S.
Have you tried any of these cases out? If so, I would like to hear about your experiences with them.
Last week, I began the “Android in 2013” series, projecting where Android will be a few years' out. That initial post focused on what people usually think of with respect to Android: smartphones.
However, the little green guy is already being used beyond smartphones, and there is no indication that this will change during the next few years. Let's take a look at some other segments and see where Android may wind up.
Right now, a lot of the focus is on tablets, U5+ Phone courtesy of Apple's iPad and Google CEO Eric Schmidt's recent comments regarding Google and HTC developing a tablet. Other Android-powered tablets have already been announced or discussed. Android is an easy fit for a tablet, since it can support a touchscreen interface. This segment is likely to proceed similarly to the past couple of years in smartphones: Apple will have the early lead, with Android a strong second in terms of momentum, and Microsoft getting into touchscreen-centric tablet operating systems a bit later. It is probable that, by 2013, Android will be #1 in terms of unit sales, with Apple focusing on the high end. However, it remains to be seen how well this segment will fare in terms of absolute size.
It should also offer better peripheral support than it does today, particularly with respect to Bluetooth. This will be driven less by Android on smartphones than it will be by Android on other devices, particularly TVs and set-top boxes. I would expect that N8i+Capacitive i4GS+ Bluetooth keyboards and pointing devices will be the first out of the gate, again with an eye towards allowing user input for a set-top box. My hope is that there will be steady momentum to add support for other peripherals as well, perhaps even outside of Bluetooth (e.g., USB for a set-top box).
Somewhere along the line, Google will cook up a push framework for Android. Partially, this will make it easier for developers to notify running applications of events “in the cloud”. Partially, this will be to better manage background battery and CPU utilization, since every app today needs to “roll their own” polling system. I suspect this will also be tied into their HTML5 work, since many of Google's own HTML5 apps will need something for this sort of push, and every app holding open its own WebSocket will seem wasteful.
Not all will be rosy, though, as I fully expect more APIs to be eliminated to defend against malware. We saw this with Android 1.5, where APIs to control various system settings were moved to be “secure” and only modifiable by firmware-signed apps. It would not surprise me in the least if the API used by so-called “task killers” will be substantially revised in the next Android release. And as more and more developers find ways to impede users, Google will modify Android to block those things, occasionally at the cost of harming legitimate development.
Part of the skepticism around tablets comes from the THUI 9650+ recent experience with netbooks, which had a 12-18 month heyday and then have somewhat faded. Devices where keyboards are the primary form of user input are not well-suited to Android...or, more accurately, other operating systems are at less of a handicap. Hence, I am not expecting Android to be terribly popular on netbooks, though it may do fine at the spot where netbooks and tablets overlap (e.g., a tablet with a popular or bundled Bluetooth keyboard accessory). Instead, I expect Microsoft to continue its dominance in this segment, followed by non-Android Linux (e.g., Ubuntu).
The other segment that got a bit of attention earlier this year is the television set-top box, courtesy of a New York Times report that Google and Sony are developing an Android-powered device in this segment. Apple, of course, tried Apple TV, but they may have been a bit early to the game, with the “sizzle” now on accessing free streaming content from Hulu and related sites via front-ends like Boxee and XMBC and hardware like the Neuros Link and upcoming Boxee Box. Android could do reasonably well in this segment, if the right media hooks are put in place and if Flash runs well on the devices. However, I am not sure that these devices will cross over into the mainstream by 2013. Some “set-top boxes” will have their functionality rolled into actual televisions, of course.
While people think of Android and smartphones, another area where Android may enter is in lower-end “feature phones”. As CPU and flash prices fall, what had been powering a low-end Android device (e.g., T-Mobile G1) could power a less-expensive phone, particularly when coupled with other cost savings (e.g., no touchscreen, no GPS). While the smartphone gains ground in theUSand other nations, less-expensive phones are dominant elsewhere. By 2013, a few manufacturers are likely to have tried Android in this segment.
The popularity has made Apple the third mobile phone maker in the world, based on the analysis of international data corporation. We know that the world has infected with the fever of iPhone. In most of the countries, iPhone is the most popular mobile phone. Now Apple has expanded its business worldwide. In China, Apple increased two flagship Apple Stores in Beijing and which makes its china sales even higher.
Apple rises from the fifth place to the third place because the sales of iPhone in the last quarter of 2011 broke the record. Nokia remains the first in the market, shipping 113 million phones in the final Q of year and shares a mobile phone market of 27%. Samsung follows it with a share of 22% market share. Apple sold a number of 37million cell phones and has the market share of 8.7%. LG of South Korea and ZTE of China ranks fourth and fifth in the market. ZTE of China dose well in the market, I think. It is the only Chinese phone company on the list of top 5. The china phone mainly sells good in the low-end market.
In the list of top 5 phone makers in the mobile market, we have not seen HTC of Taiwan which is now the third hottest smart phone maker worldwide, follows Apple and Samsung. I have to say, there are so many people in the world, not everyone would like to use smart phones. A huge number of phones are sold in the low-end market. In China, huge quantities of electronic factories are making cell phones without brands. They are purchased by peasant workers in China and also sell to people of undeveloped countries, like India and Africa. They also make some cheap android phones and sell them online, mostly to the US and Australia. They also provide Free Shipping service so that consumers are more willing to buy one.
However, the technology and society are processing, and maybe one day, people worldwide will finally choose smart phones. They give people a better experience and easy to use. Maybe when that day comes, the list of top 5 in the mobile market will change again, some mobile phone makers we are not familiar with may jump to the front, who knows? This is a global information age.
The day before yesterday, I was in charge of cooking the Christmas big meal, when I was borsch, a short message came from one of my friends and unluckily when I took it out from my pocket, it fell into the pot with boiling soup. A ha, my new iPhone 4S was done, I just bought it in November and has not used it for 2 months. It was a quite unhappy thing that happened on the happy holiday. However, I have to buy another phone. Indeed, I have used iPhone for 3 years and really want to switch to another kind of cell phone OS. So where do people usually buy electronics?
Before I only used the Apple products, and usually went to the Apple shops. So I want to know where else I can buy phone, notebook and things else. It seems that Best Buy is hot these years and you can see their stores from streets to lanes. And one of my friends also suggested me to buy phones in that store. It is just the damn one who caused my iPhone accident the other night.
So yesterday, I went to Best Buy in Brooklyn. There are so many products in that store, you can see the newest electronic products in that store, Motorola Droid RAZR is one of list, I used Motorola V3 for 2 years when it was hot all around the world. The Droid RAZR seems to remind me of the V3 phone, they are quite alike in appearances which are both quite thin. While the Droid RAZR has is as thin as 7.1 mm, amazing.
Then I went to the Samsung sector and found the new flagship of Samsung, Galaxy Note with the 5.3inch super amoled screen which is quite clear and refined. However, the price is expensive and I do not have that much money now for a phone. And the 5.3 inch huge screen seems to be hard for a person to operate with only just one hand. When you put it into your pocked, also it seems to be very hard to fasten a huge phone in my pocket. After operation of those phones, I feel that the android OS is not that different with an iOS phone which will not bring me some fresh feeling.
I have heard that Windows phone 7 OS seems to be quite different from those two OS. And the feeling of operating a windows phone OS phone reminds of you the computer operation, like you are using Window 7 system on a small mobile device. So I went to look for the Nokia phones, it is said that only Nokia phones are installed with WP 7 OS. Well, after using one Nokia Lumina 700 phone, I had to say it was really excellent OS with a fluent operating experience. It really feels like you are operating a windows 7 system. The pity is that there are less apps than that of the android OS and iOS. Indeed, it is hard to make a choice. So I went back home and wanted to sleep at first and went to buy one the next day. After going back home, I opened my computer and search the information for phones. Suddenly I found an online store which provide China phonewith cheap price and high quality which inspires me.
I will spend as little as 60$ for an android phone with the strong functions and many apps. I placed my order immediately with no doubt for that phone. At same time, they provide free shipping service and I do not need to pay extra money for that phone. Ok, done, all I have to do is to wait for its coming.
Innovations for cellphones make them more useful by the day, and yet a single, simple shortcoming can render all these advantages moot. Phone batteries run out of juice.
Charging stations have popped up in airports, malls and convention centers in recent years. And because phones will be losing their charges for the foreseeable future, the companies that make these stations have been broadening their sights. One area with enormous growth potential? Bars.
In the past year, goCharge, a company that does most of its business leasing phone charging stations for use at conventions, has installed about 50 of its machines in bars in Manhattan. It has even crossed the East River once, to install a machine at On the Rocks, a dive bar in Williamsburg.
This year the company released goCharge Finder, an iPhone app for locating the closest place to have a pint and a charge. (The Android version is coming in early 2012, goCharge says.) The app itself is not very attractive and has some quirks that make it a bit of a hassle to use. But who can think about user interface with a phone that is dying?
Mine was near empty on Tuesday after a long day at work and running errands in Greenwich Village, so I pulled up the app and quickly found Triona�s, a bar on Sullivan Street that was a three-minute walk from where I was standing. An hour later, I left with enough of a charge to get my phone through the evening. Crisis averted.
David Walke, goCharge�s chief executive, predicts that the app will soon be obsolete, because every bar will have a charging kiosk.
Like jukeboxes, or touch-screen video games in which drunken patrons try to spot the differences between two smutty photographs, the machines are a natural fit for bars, Mr. Walke said. The chargers have been constructed specifically to fit into the spaces that once held pay phones.
�We just feel like we have the most desirable service in bars today, other than the food and drink,� he said.
Perhaps. The goCharge units certainly do not look like the future. Each one has a screen that shows advertisements, and has a number of wires hanging out the bottom, along with slots to set the phones in. The idea of leaving your phone sitting out at a bar might make New Yorkers nervous. But the machines are generally in the back near the pool tables and beer pong courts, so that customers can keep an eye on them while they charge.
In most cases, charging is free, because the Patrón Spirits Company pays for the machines in exchange for the right to advertise on them. But some also charge customers � goCharge�s paid machines cost $3 for 20 minutes.
Whether large numbers of people are willing to pay to charge their phones at bars has yet to be seen, but the free machines get a good deal of traffic. At the average bar, goCharge says, 800 people a monthly plug in. Bartenders at several bars with the machines installed said they were popular among customers.
They are also popular among bartenders who are increasingly inundated with requests from customers to charge their phones behind the bar. Rich Pilla, a bartender at Rogue Bar and Restaurant at Avenue of the Americas and 25th Street, said that on an average night he got five such requests. Many customers now carry phone chargers with them every time they go out, he said, but some do not and expect him to accommodate them anyway.
Mr. Pilla foresees a future in which phone chargers will be built directly into the bar, right next to the under-bar hooks where customers hang their bags. Then the customers can leave him alone, and he can get back to the real task at hand: pouring drinks.
As the cell phone blends into our life, people now almost can not live without cell phones. We need cell phones in work, in daily life for contacting with others. When we are on a bus or metro, we can use a cell phone to brows the internet and play some small games or listen to some music. We can also use a cell phone to make video chatting with friends faraway. And we can share our lives with others on Facebook and Twitter with cell phones.
All the items above are known by most of people, however, there are some functions you do not know about your cell phones. I think mostly because no one has told you the unknown functions from you first phone. Where do you buy your first phone? Some older people must buy their first phone from a shop, at that time; they may not have online shop for buying cell phones. Some young guys may buy their first phones online. Some online shops provide the cell phones of famous brands, such as Samsung, Motorola and LG. While, some online stores provide some unknown brands, of which china phone is the main force. We have to admit Chinese do have their own way of trade which I may call it a mode of china sales. They sell those cell phones with low prices for they have very cheap labor force, at the same time; they provide most of phones on their websites with Free Shipping service. So their products are quite popular on the internet.
Both the ways you buy a phone will not teach you how to use the phone one step by step. They may only give you a instruction which is unavailable for most of people whose intelligence is OK and normal. So the hidden and useful functions of cell phones are not used or found by most of people, however, in the normal situation, these functions are not useful at all. So next, I would like to introduce you with those functions.
Firstly, when you go hiking to an area that is out of network�s service, you can dial number 112 the aim of which is to command your cell phone to search any existing network and you can use the network even if you are not a user of it. If you met trouble alone in the wild, and your cell phone can not work at the same time due to the signal problem, you can dial 112. That may help you.
Secondly, if the battery of cell phone is very low and you can not charge it. But you have to make an important call. At this time, press you key for *3370#. Your cell phone will restart with the activate power and at the same time your cell phone�s battery will grow up to 50%. The activate power has to be charged next time when you charge your cell phone.
Thirdly, telecom companies will charge you when you dial the 411 information calls. There is a way to avoid this, for you dial the 411 only for some information and inquiry. They should not charge you. You can just dial:(800) 373-3411 without any charge at all. Just try it on your cell phone.
I have written some hidden functions of cell phones, and I do believe most of you have been interested in those functions; some of the practical guys have tried on their own cell phones. So do those functions work, the answer is absolutely yes. Remember those functions deeply in your brain, I am sure at sometime on someday, you can definitely use one of those functions and that may even help you to get away from danger, out of trouble.
We have been informed of Unlocked Phones for a couple of times from the internet, I am sure there must be dozens of people who are confused of this phrase. When the consumers go to the store or online shop for phones, they have to make this clear to make sure they make the right choice. Here I would like to introduce you the meaning of this phrase. What does it mean? And when you go to buy a phone, shall we pay attention to this phrase?
Actually, an unlocked phone is just a cell phone which can work with any SIM card of any network. As we know, there are many “locked phones” in the market; those phones are installed with a kind of software which can prevent the phone from using the network of the other companies. Although the company set this kind of software in the phones, the hackers can think out some ways to remove the soft ware in the phone so that the phone can be an unlocked phone again and can use any kind of network of any company.
So why the phones are installed with this kind of software, as we know, the cell phone companies attracts new customers with providing free or cheap phones for them after they sign a contract with them. And then the customers should pay some money to use that phone with a certain kind of network. Actually it is cooperation between the cell phone companies and the net wok provides, such as T-Mobile, AT&T. With this kind of way, the cell phone companies can be competitive; the cell phone market is now quite hot and competitive. If you want to sell more phones, you have to be with good quality and at the same time low prices. As I know, there are many online shop to sell cell phones with low prices most of which are from China.China Electronics Wholesale websites sell those cheap phones with a kind of bulk Wholesale way. They can sell huge amounts of cell phones for their cheap prices and not bad quality.
So if your cell phone is locked you can only use certain kind of network and can never use another kind of network, for example, when you sign a contract with T-Mobile, the AT&T SIM card will never work on you phone for it is locked. So the advantage of an unlocked phone is that you can use it with any SIM card in the world, if you travel to other countries, you can buy a SIM card in the local and the phone can work too. Or you do not like the service of T-Mobile, because the signal is bad or not that reliable, you can also switch to AT&T.
Of course, an unlocked phone is much more expensive and worth more money. However, you can unlock a phone on line after paying not much money. You have a couple of methods to unlock a phone; you can download a kind of soft ware. Luckily is that, it is not hard to unlock a phone, it is worth unlocking a phone.
So now since you have got a clear concept of unlocked phone, when you go to the stores for phones, you can think more carefully and make sure what kind of phone do you want. To buy a phone that is locked with less money but forbidden to use other network or to buy an unlocked phone with more money. Of course, you have the third choice, but most of these phones does not provide insurance and after service. Think it clear, and make your choice.
You can almost do everything on the tablet or phone just as on your pc, browsing internet, reading newspapers and so on. But you can not play video games on a tablet or phone which is too difficult for devices like that. But things are about to change.
A Silicon Valley based company Onlive is going to release a kind of software which enables users to play the best games on Apple’s iPhone and iPad, meanwhile it still works on the android OS devices, like Motorola and Samsung China BrandsHTC. On year before, there was a video in which an iPhone users played World of Warcraft on his phone which was unbelievable and amazing for iPhone is not powerful enough to support the 3D games on computer, besides the game is as large as 18G. It is not true, the game actually was running on another monster device somewhere, they connect each other from internet. Onlive does the same thing. We can call it cloud computing.
If this technique is successful in the future, it will bring about a lot of incomes for video game companies, like Sony, Nintendo and Microsoft which is good news for them.
However, we know, some huge or 3D action games need the timely respond of the player, one delay may destroy your effort before. We know this kind of technique is kind of internet application, it has complicated process in the whole operation and all the course need the internet support, when we play online games, there does exist delay. So we have been considering this problem. However, Onlive says they have settled this problem; when you play a game, the action of your character will immediately respond to the screen.
At the same time, Onlive will release a console just the like the console of PS and XBOX 360 for 50 dollars. One can experience better gaming with that.
Some people believe that this cloud computing will bring a revolution of the game industry, while some other people take the contrast opinion they think that some gamers temporarily can not accept the new technique. If the net work of some area does not seem to be in good condition and will affect the effects.
The game industry seems to be in silence now, Microsoft and Sony has not released for new consoles for a couple of years. It is time for evolution and some proponents of could techniques are positive and optimistic for the gaming based on cloud technique.
Of course, if you want to use the cloud service, you have to pay for it which may cost a couple of dollars for a mouth, or when you play the games they support, you have to pay some dollars for it. We have no idea now.
As I am a Chinese, I do think this technique may gain huge success in China for there are quite a number of people using smart phones and most of which are in favor of games; but meanwhile the network in China is not so reliable as in the US. That is a problem. At the time, it may be attack for the China Wholesale industry in game field, as China Wholesaler of game consoles for they sell kinds of game consoles with not cheap price of which is not that cheap and can play only some stupid games. I mean not as excellent as that of video games.
However, we’ll keep an eye on the industry, wait and see the development of the new technology.
It's a topic I've been wrestling with since the emergence of the HTC Evo 3D, the first 3D-capable smartphone. I came to the conclusion that it was largely a gimmick, or something that piques your interest but quickly fades away. For some, it's just a bit of headache-inducing flash.
Still, that hasn't stopped more companies from moving into the area. The latest two are media startup Cooliris and mobile advertising company Smaato, which recently said they were partnering to deliver 3D advertisements on mobile devices.
Fortunately, the two aren't exactly talking about images that seemingly pop out of your iPhone. Rather, the service enables the delivery of 3D-rendered images, allowing you to rotate, disassemble, and reassemble that picture in a mobile ad. Since they don't pop off the screen, the images don't need any special displays or glasses. The two plan to show off the technology later this month at the AppNation conference in San Francisco, where the ads will show up on iPhones and iPads.
Cooliris's business unit Adjitsu has a demo up showing off the ability to manipulate a fully rendered BMW. As you can see, it's pretty nifty.
"Rich Media is an important part for the substantial growth of mobile advertising and we see this as a great opportunity for our developers and publishers to maximize their revenue," Smaato CEO Ragnar Kruse said in a statement earlier this month.
Cooliris's Adjitsu will use Smaato, which already delivers mobile ads to a network of advertisers and devices, to expand its presence in Asia and Europe.
"Together we will enable consumers to re-experience brands, products and services like never before," Cooliris CEO Soujanya Bhumkar said.
Still, while it's cool enough technology, I still question how effective it will be.
When I tested the Evo 3D, I was eager to show off the phone's special camera and display to coworkers. They agreed it was cool, but their interest waned fast. I wonder if the same fleeting engagement would occur with Adjitsu's ads.
To be fair, Adjitsu's technology isn't the kind of gimmicky 3D that the Evo 3D, and later on the LG Thrill 4G, employs. The BMW example looks fairly practical if you're interested in buying a new car.
There's been a lot made out of mobile ads in general. Mobile adverting is why Google got into the mobile game with Android in the first place. It's also one of the primary business models driving the apps market.
But I sometimes wonder how effective these banner and display ads are. When playing games, browsing the mobile Web, or watching videos, I largely ignore the ads, or speed through them as quickly as possible.
Maybe 3D-rendered images may cause me to pause a bit. For now, I'm still not sold.
The smart phone market is totally competitive and cruel for the manufacturers; they have released a lot of new phones with amazing performance and excellent set-up. What impress me are HTC evo, Samsung Galaxy S II, Motorola droid razr. The apple company released iPhone 4S right after Jobs died with no more surprise. It is totally the same with Iphone 4, however, the set-up is much better than the former. Also the market of notebook is also horrifying, here I would like to talk about the smart phones, and see some of the top phones of 2011. And I hope this may become a guide of suggestion for you if you want to buy electronics, or new phone.
Samsung Galaxy S II
This phone is quite successful in both the US and EU for its high set-up and good performance. This phone is a flagship phone of Samsung Galaxy series. The Samsung updates it with an huge 4.3 inch Super AMOLED Plus screen, 21 Mbps HSPA+ support, dual-core 1 GHz processor,. When it released, this kind of set-up is quite awesome and may make you surprised and want to buy one at once. At the same time, it is equipped with a 8 megapixel camera which can take a good quality photo. I strongly introduce this phone to those who want to experience an android phone, it performs perfectly on the Android 2.3 OS. As the update of OS, I think there is no trouble with it for its high set-up can support a higher level of android OS.
Apple iPhone 4
If there is one smart phone you can buy with no doubt and you will never hesitate, the answer must be iPhon4. Apple has done an amazing work with its design and you will feel comfortable and great when taking an iPhone 4 in your hand. It has a 3.5 inch 960×640 pixel resolution screen. You can buy a lot of apps in the Apple store, there are countless apps in the Apple store which bring you some fun when you are boring. Totally, it is indeed a great phone for you. If you like it, and are hesitating, then you have wasted a lot of time for using it. No hesitate, just go for it if you want one.
HTC EVO 3D
This phone is fantastic for its 3D screen, one can view a 3D image or video from the screen without equipped with a device. The HTC EVO 3D has a 1.2 GHz dual-core processor, a 1730 mAh battery, dual 5 megapixel cameras for 3D picture taking and 3D video taking.
It is also equipped with the android 2.3 OS. For its 3D display, I gave up my iPhone4 and began to use this phone. And the performance does inspire me and not let me down the 3D effect is good when you see a picture and you would like to say, “wow, amazing!”
All right, let us stop here, as we see Nokia now is falling quickly, it can not follow up with pace of smart phone with system of android and iOS. Although it has made some efforts, such as cooperates with Windows to equip its new lauch mobiles with the windows phone system which has no effect almost. The android has sweeping around the world that many China electronic factories are making China phone with the android OS and have made some success. So let us see what other surprises the android and iOS can bring to us.