HTC, the Taiwanese mobile phones manufacturer, has a new mobile phone coming out soon called the HTC Radar. Featuring the latest Windows Phone 7.5 operating system the HTC Radar was designed to help users keep in close contact to people and information that maters to them the most. In order to do this, HTC created their social-centric People Hub.
The Blackberry Curve has been one of the bigger success stories of the now world famous range of phones and, since its first incarnation was released in the middle of 2007, it has been one of the most popular entry level phones on the market. It has several features that make it stand out from its rivals and combine with the great hardware – including the famous QWERTY keyboard – that you would expect from a Blackberry handset to make a very accomplished phone.
Over the years, the mobile phone retail market has proved to be one of the most diverse and difficult audiences to satisfy. With people from all walks of life demanding different features on their phones, it can be very tricky to rely on one brand to provide what any given customer needs.
Haptics is the science of tactile feedback and it is leading the way forward in the development of tomorrow’s touchscreen mobile phones. As well as reacting to touch, the touch screens of the future will apply a range of sensations to the user to create a different kind of virtual reality.
With Christmas just around the corner and mobile phone companies releasing brand new phones for the holiday season, this might be the perfect time to find a deal. To help you on your way to finding a deal we are going to compare the holiday deals for some of the leading mobile phones.
We were recently sent news of a great compo from the chaps at Dialaphone, so we thought we would share the news with you guys, as its a chance to win an iPhone 4 32GB! - Nice!