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Apple iPhone 3G , Nokia N96, Sony Ericsson XPERIA XI, Sony Ericsson C905

Apple iPhone 3G is finally coming to India thanks to Vodafone and Airtel.
With a large 3.5 inch screen that supports an ultra crisp 320 x 480 pixels at up to 16 million colours, the iPhone 3G is going to be te next multimedia revolution. Apple's sound qualityis legendary, and add to the the brillent human interface of their finger touch and swipe interaction that many of us have already discovered to be flawless in the iPod Touch, the iPhone 3G is all set to make a resounding splash. It's available in capacities ranging up to 16 GB, and with goodies like excellent net browser courtesy the combo of WiFi and their excellent Safari browser, integrated GPS this is going to take interfacing to the next level. The sad part is it's going to be sold as a voice and data pakage, and not a standalone device. And add to the fact its price in India is Rs.31,000/- compare it with just Rs.9000/- in US.

Nokia N96 the name brings to mind a superb 2.8 inch screen, slick 2-way slider and 5 megapixels camera, all rolled into one super functional, super feature heavy, converged device. 8GB of internal memory, great call quality, and unmatchable connectivity. You're wrong that was the N95 8GB, this is successor! 16GB of internal memory plus 24 GB expandable memory through microSD card, a satin finished body livered in steel grey and glossy black, and a digital TV broadcast recievereven more goodies lies underhood. From the looks of it Nokia's making their flagship even better no much better. The return of the king? maybe...

Sony Ericsson XPERIA X1 looks like a long phone with touchscreen at first. Then you see the long 3 inch screen with a massive resolution of 800 x 480 pixels and even more impressive inards like 400 MB of system memory and 256 MB of RAM coupled to a 528 MHz processo. Windows Mobile 6.1 Pro, a 3.2 megapixel camera, GPS and push email support should make this device after by playboys and businessmen alike. The integrated QWERTY and 8 GB of microSD expansion all promise to make XPERIA X1 a unique experiance.

Sony Ericsson C905 is a 8.1 megapixel camera phone. Ya! you heard it right it supports 8.1 megapixel camera with a picture resolution of 3264x2448, autofocus, video recording at QVGA @30fps. Xenon flash and image stablizer, auto lenscover, secondary videocall camera.Built in GPS reciever, TV out port, also supports HSCSD, HSDPA, WiFi 802.11, This device is sure going to create ripples in the market.


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