The Mobile Phone Club

The latest news and reviews from the Mobile Phone scene.


Wednesday, 26 March 2008

LG confirms KM710

o2 XDA Atmos

LG KM710 is the latest in mobile phones by LG, is a colabaration between the Korean manufacturer and Mark Levinson Audio Systems and LG, to bring to the end user a a high-end music phone that delivers uncompromised quality .  

The LG KM710 long lasting batery enables it to play 30 hours of continuous music, connectivity is via GPRS/EDGE. There is no 3G functionality, but it is Bluetooth enabled with A2DP support. Internal memory is a comforting 160 MB, with a microSD slot for additional memory requirements. ................... register your interest here

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Tuesday, 25 March 2008

Nokia N82 Black

The Nokia N82 Black is the latest phone to be launched by Nokia as part of their N series range, we are coming to expect the 5 Mega Pixel cameras now and the n82 black does not dissapoint along with the with Carl Zeiss Optic Lens, auto focus and Xenon flash, making it a better equiped handset than the Nokia N95 when it comes to imaging. A secondary camera is also included for 3 g video calling.

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Orange launch the Purple Viewty

The LG KU990 has the tagline "Viewty" has now been introduced in this striking purple colour, and is the latest touchscreen mobile phone from LG.

The LG KU990 Viewty Purple has a Schneider-Kreuznach 5 mega pixel camera and with a xenon flash. Pictures and videos can then be viewed on the 3" TFT touchscreen which it's 262K colours with a resolution of 240 x 400 pixels .......... click the link for more information on the LG KU990 Viewty Purple

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Monday, 24 March 2008

O2 launch the XDA Atmos

O2 has annonced the latest XDA-branded smartphone, the O2 XDA Atmos

This XDA is a quad-band GSM/GPRS/Edge Atmos, which also is also UMTS 3G capable connections and HSDPA enabled. O2 stats the Atmos has a battery life of around seven hours of standby.

The Atmos has a two megapixel camera and Wi-Fi connectivity............Follow the link for more information on the XDA Atmos

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