Recently, Sony Ericsson has presented a new mobile phone called Zylo. This is the latest of their “Walkman Phone” lineup. One main feature of this mobile phone is that it includes plenty of social features, so it is effortless for you to easily access Facebook and Twitter.
Sony Ericsson Zylo supports the HD FLAC audio format, a high-quality lossless audio codec. Unlike the MP3 and AAC audio codecs this doesn’t reduce the audio quality and delivers the best experience with the proprietary Clear Audio technology! Another key feature on the Sony Ericsson Zylo mobile phone is TrackID – which allows users to access the name and artist of a track they hear playing. This function has proved popular with music lovers with 129 million TrackID lookups in 2009 alone! This is really amazing, isn’t it?
It has been a while since I did any phone review, anyway, today let’s check out Motorola DROID.
The Motorola DROID is an impressive device that is initially exclusive to Verizon Wireless.
Motorola, what can we expect from this company? Well, for years the name has been synonymous with sadly… disappointment. While the company did produced fairly good cellphones such as the RAZR, the days which followed have not been especially fruitful or compelling. Over the past year or so, we have seen Motorola beating its way back into the mainstream through a series of smart plays: first embracing Android as a platform, then shucking off the weight of Windows Mobile and finally bringing some desirable devices to us.
Let’s get back to DRIOD. The Motorola DROID is an impressive piece of hardware. The most obvious feature to begin with is the large 3.7″ 480 x 854 pixel touchscreen. This size will be ideal for web browsing and multimedia playback. Great for web and multimedia addicts.
I must say this handset is so interesting though a little extraordinary. Nokia 7705 Twist has a very unusual square form factor that swivels. For the time being this phone is exclusive to the Verizon network in the US.
The Nokia Twist is a device with 3G capability that sports a 2.4-inch QVGA (320 x 240 pixel) display which is capable of rendering up to 262,000 different colors. It weighs about 98g and is 69mm square in size. Bluetooth support for headsets and stereo headphones is also supported.
The Japanese has come up with a really interesting iPhone case! It is the Factron Quattro for iPhone SP, a case made from leather, carbon fiber, and stainless steel. The case might sound expensive for slightly under $200, and may look a bit weird, but this case provides the ultimate in iPhone 3GS protection and at the same time offers extra lenses for iPhone’s camera function.
iPhone 3GS owners, the wait to jailbreak your shiny new iPhone 3GS is over! iPhone hacker George Hotz originally unlocked the iPhone, has released a jailbreaking application for the iPhone 3GS code-named purplera1n. The project started out as a tool only for certain variants of Windows, but has since blossomed into candidates for most modern variants of Windows (not Windows 7 though) and a Mac solution.
To jailbreak iPhone 3GS, go to purplera1n.com. Download the application. Make sure you have Windows (but not Windows 7), the latest iTunes installed, and an iPhone 3GS with 3.0 firmware. Connect your iPhone as you use normally. Click on “make it ra1n”. Wait. On bootup, run Freeze, the purplera1n installer app. From here, it’s quite simple and you should have no problem proceeding… This tool is still in beta, so make sure to have everything backed up before trying. In case Cydia doesn’t show up after running Freeze, reboot your iPhone.