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LG stainless steel phone (LG VX8700)

My friends experiences with this gadget. He told me that this is not worthly gadget. here is his experience using this gadet:

“I have had it for a little over a year now and I have had so many problems with it. I thought it was really cool when I got it because it is stainless steel. It looks sleek and really nice. However because it is stainless steel it gets really hot when you talk on it for a while. I can’t have very long conversations because it heats up and I can’t hold it to my ear.”

I think this gadget is not godd as its advertise in tv.How about you ?

Do You have same experience uising this gadget like my friends?



The iphone gadget has now become a part of my life I don’t know if I could live without. This gadget has changed my lifestyle with it’s clever apps that make my everyday life easier. When I can roll out of bed in the morning and check my iphone for the weather, stock, and morning news in under three minutes and get a beat on the day before I have even had my cup of coffee that’s the best feeling in the world. So what are you waiting for? Go out and get the iphone and start living your life like you have your own personal assistant in your pocket that just can’t wait to do your bidding! over all a ilove this gadget.

I bought the this gadget about two months ago and I could not be any more pleased with it’s performance than I am. I have previously owned two Blackberry smart-phones before the iphone gadget and how Apple has integrated a fully functional internet browser and simplified text messaging to an art-form I can’t imagine every going back to another company for my mobile phone gadget needs. Most of the people that I talked to before I purchased my iphone bragged about how it was cool and sleek and is the new “cool phone” to have, but once I actually got it I realized that was all just a plus.

Motorola ZN5

Motorola has tied up with Kodak to introduce this black beauty. The picture can also be edited with in the phone using the Kodak software. I was stunned that, when I was taking picture its like shooting a rifle. Camera response was too good that touch of button will give you the snap. It was the first camera in my life which didn’t lags while taking photos. Takes multiple shots fastly. The screen of phone is also excellent. Watching videos is an amazing part of it. Video recording is also good. Photo quality is perfect that any other phones. It has a tv output, when I connected to tv, my eye was filled with great image quality.

Lets turn the heat on, its has a good build quality. The phone looks like Moto Rokr E8. Rubber grip is provided around the phone which is essential while taking pictures between our finger. Keypad is almost flat, obviously it would take time to become friendly with the key, which is the special feature of Motorola. The phone got wifi, which great reception, but the problem behind battery. Sometimes battery drains out when I working with wifi. Battery status is unreliable, even if I charged for 10 minutes the battery shows full strength. The interface is also some buggy thing to used with. At last for 17 k Rs, the camera lovers should buy this phone, this is the one you are looking for!
Hello Moto!

Nokia N73 Music Edition (2GB)

A 3.2 MP camera housed on the back is decent enough to capture quality images in good lighting, but suffers a little in low light conditions. The N73 is also capable of recording video, restricted only by the capacity of your memory card. JAVA games work well, but thanks to a fiddly thumb stick, control is inaccurate and frustrating. The phone is able to handle videos in the .3gp format, but trying to watch anything longer than a two or three minute video clip will make you cross-eyed. As a portable MP3 player, the phone performs pretty decently, able to handle files and playlists with relevant ease, but at the cost of the battery, which lasts about a day or two with moderate usage, but once you start using the multimedia features, that figure is pretty much halved.

The device benefits from Nokia’s market leading expertise, and is a solidly built handset with a large, bright LCD screen. The phone comes bundled with a set of headphones, a wall charger, a USB cable, a 2GB memory card, an instruction booklet and a CD with the PC SUITE software for syncing your phone to your computer. The phone features 3G and due to its strong signal detection (which will still vary based on network performance) I more often than not use the phone as a 3G modem to connect to the Internet via my laptop. Thanks to the phone’s bluetooth capabilities, no cords are required to establish a connection.

he Nokia N73 Music Edition is part of Nokia’s N-Series range of smart phones and is the second iteration of the popular Nokia N73. The N73 Music Edition features an all black casing, an included 2GB memory card, upgraded software and a dedicated music key, but other than that, it remains largely unchanged from its predecessor.

Sadly, the same problems from its first iteration still plague the device such as the phone taking a long time to load applications or freezing altogether, requiring a complete restart. The software is buggy and has a very slow response time, and scrolling through images or videos on the device is a nightmare. The thumb stick and tiny numerical keys are also problematic, especially for people with larger hands, and often you’ll find yourself entering the incorrect digit or selecting the incorrect option from the menu as a result. The camera lens cover that activates the camera when slid back seems cheap and fragile, and often causes the phone to freeze when pulled back. The 3.2MP camera delivers decent quality pictures but nowhere near the quality of dedicated digital imaging devices.

All in all, the phone is packed with features that are sadly not well implemented and due to the buggy software and poor performance of the device this was a missed opportunity for Nokia.

Sony Ericsson W700i

Service of Sony Ericsson is very bad as the persons in the service center are very lazy.
Nokia phones get repaired in very low price but Ericsson’s phones get repaired in very high price. According to the looks and performance Sony’s cell phones is better than all other but the cost of accessories and repairing charges are very high which is the main reason why people do not prefer Sony’s phone. As I live my life on the edge I will always prefer Sony’s cell phones which are best among all the other Companies.
The Company provides data cable, software C.D, 1Gb memory Card, headphone and a charger with this phone. Connection with the computer and sharing files is easy using data cable or Bluetooth. Camera quality of this phone is much better and video recording up to 2 hours is possible. Network is very strong in this phone and voice clarity is very good.
In this, scratches in the cabinet comes very easily and cabinet of this phone is not available in the market, even own service centers do not have cabinet of this phone.

From last 6 months I am using W700i which is a product of Sony Ericsson.
It is a series of Walkman. I usually buy multimedia cell phones by their sound and screen quality. The phone has very good quality sound and has very good picture quality. Actually the phone was built for the music but almost everything is good. It’s functions can be used very easily. Only a problem with this phone is listening music without headphone is not very much possible because speaker sound is very low in this phone.


Samsung really dropped the ball on this device, given their track record for producing stylish and well-engineered phones in the past. Its as if this phone was released while still in the testing phase. It is crammed with features, but good luck trying to get any of them to work due to the awful click wheel and heat sensitive buttons. Avoid this device at all costs, since using it frustrating to say the least.

he U700 is a slim slider phone with a polished mirror finish, directional click wheel and heat sensitive call and end buttons that screams sleek and stylish, but is so poorly implemented that I cannot in good conscience recommend this phone to anyone.

It is crammed with features such as 3G HSDPA, a 3.2 MP camera, media playback, video recording capabilities, hands free speaker and all the other bells and whistles that cellular phones come with today.

The mirror finish is so prone to smudges, especially when pressed up to the ear that you’ll have a hard time looking at the screen even when its lit up. The paint job is so poorly done that it actually cracks and peels off the phone, leaving it looking as if the dog chewed it up. I know three other people who own this phone and each one of theirs looks the same. The heat sensitive buttons are simply awful, causing you to end a call while in mid conversation sometimes and at other times refusing to even answer a call. The click wheel is over sensitive, and proves a nightmare to scroll through the menu options.

Apple iPhone 3G

This is kind of a drawback in South Africa though where iTunes is still not yet available. It is a breeze to sync your iPhone to your PC or Mac via iTunes for file transfer and customization, as well as to update contacts, and sync email messages. You can make calls or send text messages as per a normal cellular phone, but strangely enough the iPhone does not support MMS, or multimedia messaging. It also lacks bluetooth, and so will not connect to any other devices or peripherals that utilize a bluetooth connection. At 2MP, the camera is hardly noteworthy and is instead just a bonus novelty. The battery, as in the iPod Touch, is not user replaceable and will have to be returned to the manufacturer when it eventually dies or becomes faulty. These are all minor complaints and could be easily remedied by Apple in future revisions of the iPhone.

I own an iPod Touch 8GB (2G) and compared it recently to the newly released iPhone 3G which is available for the first time in South Africa exclusively from Vodacom. While the screens are identical, at 3.5 inches, the casing on the iPhone is slightly bigger than the iPod Touch to accommodate the extra hardware the phone requires, as well as a 2MP camera located on the back cover, and a speaker just above the screen. Apart from those minor differences, both devices are identical in appearance.

Just like the iPod Touch, the iPhone is a pleasure to use thanks to its multi touch screen and impressive multimedia capabilities. You can connect to the Internet via Wi-Fi or 3G, and download content from iTunes and App Store.

Even with some minor flaws, the iPhone is clearly a one of a kind device that has already sparked off a string of copycats from rival manufacturers in the form of the HTC Touch series or the Samsung Omnia. Its specifications are too numerous to list so I would advise a visit to Apple’s website to check them out.