The Vertu, as the company puts is, “is for individuals who only accept the best”.
At a price tag of Rs 3, 26,000 it is not difficult to imagine why.
Vertu handsets, hand crafted in England is a formidable style statement since 1983. The company launched the Vertu Ascent Ti in India on 27 November, 2007.
The handset is crafted in Titanium (Ti) which is a non-corrosive element with the highest strength-to-weight ratio of any metal. It is also known for its ability to withstand extreme temperatures. Continue reading “Vertu Ascent Ti Now in India”
A prototype of the Samsung U940 was released on 16 November 2007.
The handset is similar to the F700 which is an exclusive Vodafone handset in the UK, with a few changes in features.
This CDMA handset has a 2 mega pixel camera and a vertical slide out QWERTY keyboard. The user interface is not stylus reliant, but will work better with finger touch.
Continue reading “Samsung U940 prototype released”
Finnish mobile handset manufacturer Nokia and Reliance Communications Ltd have joined hands to market the Nokia 1255 mobile handset in India at a price of Rs 1,999.
This is Nokia’s maiden offer of a CDMA handset in the sub Rs 2,000 range and is aimed at first time mobile users. There are, however, cheaper CDMA handsets from other manufacturers being offered by operators in the country.
Nokia 1255 is an entry level black and white handset and has features such as a two-way hands-free speakerphone, voice recorder and a calendar with an alarm clock among others.
Nokia 1255 phone: A classic value
The value-priced Nokia 1255 phone packs an extra-large feature set into an extra-small package. The 80-gram phone offers productivity tools such as a two-way handsfree speakerphone, voice recorder and a calendar with an alarm clock. Other fun features include two built-in games, 20 ringtones and a selection of user-selectable screen savers. In recognition of the need to stay in touch while minimizing downtime, the Nokia 1225 phone delivers up to four hours of talk time and up to 10 days of standby time. A partial list of additional features includes:
– 250 contact phonebook
– Text messaging
– Stopwatch and countdown timer
– Internal vibrating alert
– Easy-to-use Nokia user interface
The Government has alloted low power 3G spectrum to MTNL, BSNL, Hutch and Bharti for testing.TRAI will finalize pricing and allocation details by end of this month.Sources say that 3G spectrum allocation will be made available for less than a month. Strength of spectrum allocation will be 1,000 times less than the actual 3G spectrum.
TATA Teleservices had sought 3G trial spectrum but was not considered.Reliance had sought the 1900 MHz Band which did not conform to the International CDMA 3G trial norms.
But if Reliance sought the 800 Mhz band for Testing EVDO , it might be considered
The government’s spectrum allocation to telcos is mainly for equipment testing and
The (FCC) , US Federal Communications Commission has approved slim Motorola Q CDMA communicator with the QWERTY-keyboard. The device is meant for mobile networks supporting CDMA standard.This might put an end to the question on sales of Motorola Q.
Via [Mobile review]