Nokia C6-01’s CBD and N8’s AMOLED almost Pawned Galaxy S, Xperia X10, LG Optimus, HTC Desire HD & iPhone 4

30. November 2010 at 14:15

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Well, it’s another big World War III of GSMArena as they put up some deep inspection about what is better, LCD or LED for your phone’s screen. They gather the giants and the geniuses and they compared the difference of what is marketing hype vs true innovations.So this time we could leave the OS issue temporarily, there are no Symbian, MeeGo, Androids, Windows phone 7 or iOS here. It’s purely a deathmatch for hardware features.

How to Improve Speed of your Smartphone Through Defragmenting

1. October 2010 at 18:04

images (1)Defragmenting your computer’s hard disks or other file system type such mass storage is one of the most essential task and helpful way to improve its performance. By defragmentation, it will result to the rearrangement of fragmented data (seperated files), making your disks and drives works more efficiently.

Nokia E5 multitasking 74 apps, pawning Samsung Omnia i8910 HD

5. September 2010 at 14:45

Nokia E5Last time we saw how the Samsung Omnia hd run 62 apps at once, but it seems Symbian has another multitasKING and that would be on the line of S60 3rd edition, and that’s the new Nokia E5. Devouring 74 applications is a hefty task for all smartphone devices. It would need a decent amount of RAM and a speedy processor. Like on the Nokia E5, you would not need to bother running 70+ applications any more. See the video after the break…

Why is Samsung leaving Symbian at the moment?

3. September 2010 at 18:21

symbian logoWe were not shocked when we heard the news about Samsung pointing out that they are not currently interested in getting Symbian platform in their mobile devices. As the company also noted that Bada and Android OS are their preferred platform as they see great potentials and benefits from these. The proof is that they already didn’t made another Symbian phone after the Samsung Omnia HD i8910.

Sony Ericsson and Nokia tops the eco-friendly phones while LG on least

26. August 2010 at 13:29

green_heart_phoneThe Swedish-Japanese company, Sony Ericsson, and Nokia lead the lists of top most environmentally friendly devices made by O2. Whilst the Korean company, LG, tops the least eco-friendly devices.