When until a few months ago, the touch technology was touted as the ‘next best thing’ with HTC leading the way, other Mobile manufacturers are following the trend with enhanced capabilities to make these handsets a “must want” on several lists.
After the high profile launch of the Samsung Omnia in India a few days ago, Samsung Pixon has now been launched officially. Although there is no word on the official India launch yet, one can be sure it will make its way to us, “the fastest growing Mobile market of the world.”
Well over my blogging for the past six months i have noticed that people hardly know what operating system is running on their cell phones. They do know that computers run on windows or mac or linux for a handful but they are completely unaware of what their mobile is running on.That was the whole point of my starting the blog. I’m sure all know what Nseries and Eseries are but S60 is what lies in the background. So here is a quick look at what S60 OS is all about. S60, the world’s most popular software for smartphones, lets you add new applications to your mobile device and keeps you connected to your favorite internet services in much the same way you do with your PC.
Samsung launched its fully-loaded handset, Samsung Omnia (SGH-i900), in the Indian market recently. A touch phone that features Samsung’s patented TouchWiz user interface is a stylish and fully loaded handset that could be tough competition to some HTC touch phones.
•High resolution screen
•3.2-inch WQVGA LCD screen
•On-screen QWERTY keyboard
•Windows Mobile 6.1 Professional operating system
•MS Office documents such as PowerPoint, Excel and Word
Samsung BEATb (model: M3510) and Samsung BEATs (model: M3200) were announced as the first in the line of the company’s music phone line, “The BEAT Edition”. Digital Natural Sound engine, also known as DNSe, which is actually part of Samsung’s audio technology, (and is part of their TV range) provides more natural sound effects and helps reproduce a genuine 3D sound and deep bass resonance.
At last, a BlackBerry that looks good and is loaded with goodies. Research In Motion (RIM) unveiled the BlackBerry Pearl Flip 8220 smartphone. It is the first BlackBerry phone to come in the flip form factor.
The P552w runs on Window’s Mobile 6.1 Professional. This handset has a touch screen and aims to be a competitor to HTC Touch Diamond and other touch screen mobiles.
The handset features Glide (Gester technology) which uses the handset’s touch-responsive user interface to make navigating and performing tasks on the mobile more intuitive and interactive, by scrolling and flipping pages etc. with the touch of your finger.