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HTC Desire
BlackBerry Curve 9300
Samsung Galaxy S

T-mobile Network and Phone reviews

Category : Mobile Phones

One 2 One was re-branded as T-Mobile back in 2002 at which point T-Mobile became the first UK mobile network to offer picture messaging and also started offering HotSpots around the Uk in conjunction with Starbucks. On 1st July 2010, T-Mobile UK became part of Everything Everywhere Limited – a company formed through the merger of the mobile phone network heavyweights T-Mobile UK and Orange UK. Everything Everywhere Limited is now the UK’s biggest communications company, with 28 million customers and more than 720 retail stores combined. Everything Everywhere Limited has major plans to transform the mobile communications industry by giving customers instant access to everything everywhere, offering the best value, best choice and best network experience in the country.

T-Mobile phone reviews

  • Alcatel OT-380
    The Alcatel OT-380 is a stylish candy bar style phone with TFT display, VGA Camera, Stereo FM radio, and numerous connectivity options including WAP 2.0 browser, GPRS and Bluetooth.
  • HTC Desire Z The HTC Desire Z offers a touchscreen smartphone experience with HTC Sense/Android and plenty of connected features. A powerful Android handset that rivals the Motorola Milestone 2 and may take the top spot.
  • BlackBerry Pearl 3G 9105 The first BlackBerry with a traditional style keypad. Great messaging and connectivity features in a more conventional handset.
  • Motorola FlipOut We’re highly impressed with the Motorola Flipout – it’s the sort of phone that is good enough on its own merit, but when you find out how competitive the price is, its amazing!
  • Samsung Galaxy Apollo i5800 A good sized mobile phone with nice screen and good set of features in terms of communications and entertainment, the Samsung Galaxy Apollo i5800 also comes with an affordable price tag.
  • Nokia 6303 classic silver The Nokia 6303 Classic offers all the best features of the phones of yesteryear in a solid case. It’s a gtreat phone for those who want easy calling, texting and music features at a budget price.
  • Nokia E5 black A fabulous business mobile phone with cool looks, QWERTY keyboard, email support, fast web access, and all the usual smartphone features like GPS and Wi-Fi.
  • Nokia C6 black Nice build quality, clear and vibrant colour touchscreen, decent camera and great messaging messaging features.
  • Nokia C5 grey A classic looking mobile smartphone with great capabilities. This 3G handset delivers a straightforward experience with user friendly interface and fast internet browsing via 3G.
  • Nokia C7 a great looking phone with lots of mobile features in a compact package(117 mm x 57mm x 10.5mm). The Nokia C7 has a fabulous AMOLED capacitive touchscreen which displays up to 16 million colours.
  • Nokia X2 black red A comfortable and well-designed smart-phone at a competitive price. Unusually for a feature rich smartphone you can days of use from a single charge (Nokia quote 810-minute talk time!)

Samsung S7330 Mobile Phone Review – Exclusive to three

Category : Mobile Phones, Samsung

Another stylish and classy phone design from Samsung, the S7330 Black is a slide mobile phone ( Samsung seem to be market leaders in slide design) which looks very attractive with a 2.2 inch, 240 x 320 pixels, 16 million colours display. Sunlight legibility is particularly good even on the brightest of days. A cool feature on Samsung phones is the “active standby screen” (used to be called uGo), basically the screen displays an image of a local landmark where ever you happen to be in the world – Ok not exactly useful but cool never the less! Under the clear and bright display you find a smooth touch navigation panel allowing you to move easily through the menus and features. The Samsung S7330 measures a svelte 104.8mm x 49.4mm x 14mm and weighs just 110g. With a huge seven hours of talk time and 350 hours of standby the battery performance is class leading.

A built in 3 mega-pixel camera function with advanced imaging features including flash, auto focus and face Detection means the S7330 Black offers clear and striking photography. A video recording feature is also available with playback in MPEG, WMV and H.263 modes. A smaller second camera enables video calling.

Internet surfing with the S7330 Black is straightforward with WAP 2.0 XHTML and HTML web browsing and high speed transfer rates are available with 3G HSDPA, GPRS and the EDGE technologies. Quad-band network capability also allows international roaming whilst abroad. Connecting to other devices locally is easy with the included Bluetooth (with A2DP) and USB technology services.

A full range of music and entertainment can be enjoyed on the S7330 Black handset with built-
in music player playing AAC, eAAC+, MP3 and WMA files. With an FM Radio (with RDS) if you get bored or run out of tracks. There is 35Mb of internal memory on board expandable with microSD memory card slot. With SMS, MMS, email and predictive text there is no reason to be out of touch with your friends or family.

The standard pack of Samsung applications and pre-loaded games are included, with useful utilities such as alarm, clock, calculator and calendar.

Pros
3G with HSDPA
Quad-band
Bluetooth v2.0 with A2DP support
FM radio with RDS
Smart dialling feature

Cons
No Wi-Fi LAN support
No HCSCD
No Infrared port
LED flash gives poor performance in low light conditions
Expensive
When operating slide you cant help getting thumbprint smudge on the screen

The S7330 Black is yet another smart and stylish mobile phone from Samsung. A decent camera and a host of standard features make the Samsung S7330 Black a good choice but not a great one, with the lack of Wi-Fi being a particular disappointment.

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