Wednesday, 25 April 2012

Sony Ericsson Xperia X1

Price:  Rs. 9,500                       
Category:    Mobile Phones
Brand: Sony Ericsson
Touch screen: Yes
Replica: No

Sony Ericsson XPERIA X1 (widow,wifi,3.2 MP) for sale in excellent condition,Set and charger only....
Display Type TFT resistive touchscreen, 256K colors
Size 480 x 800 pixels, 3.0 inches (~311 ppi pixel density)
- Optical trackpad
Sound Alert types Vibration; Downloadable polyphonic, MP3 ringtones, composer
Loudspeaker Yes
3.5mm jack Yes, check quality
Memory Card slot microSD
Internal 256 MB RAM, 512 MB ROM
Data GPRS Class 10 (4 1/3 2 slots), 32 - 48 kbps
Speed HSDPA, 7.2 Mbps; HSUPA, 2 Mbps
WLAN Wi-Fi 802.11b/g
Bluetooth Yes, v2.0 with A2DP
USB Yes, v2.0 miniUSB
Camera Primary 3.15 MP, 2048x1536 pixels, autofocus, LED flash
Features Touch focus
Video Yes, http://mailto:VGA@30fps
Secondary Videocall camera
Features OS Microsoft Windows Mobile 6.1 Professional
Chipset Qualcomm MSM7200
CPU 528 MHz ARM 11
Messaging SMS (threaded view), MMS, Email, Push email, IM
Browser WAP 2.0/HTML (IE), RSS feeds
Radio Stereo FM radio with RDS
GPS Yes, with A-GPS support
Java Yes, MIDP 2.0
Colors Solid Black, Steel Silver
- MP3/AAC/MP4 player
- Pocket Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, OneNote, PDF viewer)
- Picture editor/blogging
- Organizer
- Predictive text input
- Voice memo/dial
Battery Standard battery, Li-Po 1500 mAh (BST-41)
Stand-by Up to 833 h (2G) / Up to 640 h (3G)
Talk time Up to 10 h (2G) / Up to 6 h (3G)

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Specification & Coments

2G NetworkGSM 850 / 900 / 1800 / 1900
3G Network
Announced2010, September
StatusAvailable. Released 2010, October
Dimension123 x 68 x 11.8 mm
Weight164 g
TypeS-LCD capacitive touchscreen, 16M colors
Size480 x 800 pixels, 4.3 inches - Accelerometer sensor for UI auto-rotate - Proximity sensor for
Alert TypeVibration, MP3, WAV ringtones
Phone BookPractically unlimited entries and fields, Photocall
Call RecordsPractically unlimited
Card SlotmicroSD, up to 32GB,
GPRSClass 32
EDGEClass 32
3GHSDPA, 14.4 Mbps; HSUPA, 5.76 Mbps
WLANWi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n, DLNA
BlueToothYes v2.1 with A2DP
Infrared PortNo
USBYes, microUSB v2.0
Primary8 MP, 3264x2448 pixels, autofocus, dual-LED flash
VideoYes, 720p
Operating System (OS)Android OS, v2.2 (Froyo)
ProcessorQualcomm Snapdragon QSD8255 1 GHz processor
MessagingSMS(threaded view), MMS, Email, Push Email, IM
ColorsBlack, Brown
GPSYes, with A-GPS support
OTHERVia third party application - Digital compass - Dedicated search key - Google Search, Maps, Gmail - YouTube, Google Talk, Picasa integration - MP3/AAC+/WAV/WMA9 player - MP4/H.263/H.264/WMV9/Xvid player - Facebook, Flickr, Twitter applications - Adobe Flash 10.1 - Voice memo - T9
BatteryStandard battery, Li-Ion 1230 mAh
StandByUp to 490 h (2G) / Up to 420 h (3G)
Talk TimeUp to 9 h 15 min (2G) / Up to 5 h 30 min (3G)
Rupees PKR 29,999

Tuesday, 24 April 2012

Best T-Mobile Phones

Our updated picks for the best T-Mobile phones including the HTC One S, Amaze 4G, MyTouch 4G Slide, Galaxy S II, and HTC Radar.
T-Mobile is behind. It still doesn’t have the iPhone and because it thought it would be bought by AT&T last year, it still doesn’t have a 4G LTE network either. Still, the carrier continues to offer some of the best prices and devices.  There are plenty of good handsets to choose from. Below are our favorite T-Mobile handsets on the market right now.


HTC One S front 
Screen: 4.3-inch AMOLED, 540×960 pixels
Specs: 1.5GHz dual-core processor, 1GB RAM, 16GB storage
OS: Android 4.0 (ICS) running HTC Sense 4.0
Camera: 8MP rear (LED flash, 1080p rec), .03 (VGA) front
Price: $200 with two-year contract
Description: If you want the best HTC phone currently on the market, look no further than the One S, it’s a great size that shouldn’t be too small or too big for most users and is one of the fastest (as fast as quad-core phones) and sleekest devices on the market. It also runs Android 4.0, which is great. There just aren’t any big downsides to the One S. It’s like the Amaze with an even better camera, twice the processing speed, a better screen, and decent battery life.

HTC Amaze 4G


Screen: 4.3 inches, 540×960 pixels
Specs: 1.5GHz dual-core processor, 1GB RAM, 16GB storage
OS: Android 2.3 with HTC Sense 3.0
Camera: 8MP rear (LED flash, 1080p rec), 2MP front
Price: Free with two-year contract (promotional price)
Description: The Amaze isn’t as flashy as it was a few months ago, but if you can get it at a discount (it’s currently free on the T-Mobile store as of 4/18) then it’s still a solid phone. Its HTC Sense 3.0 interface is among the best looking and most customizable Android interfaces and HTC isn’t known to skip on build or camera quality. The Amaze also has what could be the best camera on the market outside of the iPhone 4S and other HTC phones like the One S. 


T-Mobile MyTouch 4G Slide


Screen: 3.7 inches, 480×800 pixels
Specs: 1.2GHz dual-core, 768MB RAM, 9GB storage
OS: Android 2.3 with HTC Sense 3.0
Camera: 8MP rear (LED flash, 1080p rec), 0.3MP VGA front
Price: $200 with two-year contract
Description: If you prefer a QWERTY keyboard, you’ll find no better option than the 4G Slide, which packs almost as powerful a punch as the Amaze 4G. We’ve reviewed this phone and found it to be one of the best phones on T-Mobile. The touchpad is useful as well, though we didn’t use T-Mobile’s MyTouch button very much. 


Samsung Galaxy S II


Screen: 4.5-inch Super AMOLED Plus, 480×800
Specs: 1.5GHz dual-core processor, 1GB RAM, 16GB storage
OS: Android 2.3 with Samsung TouchWiz 4.0
Camera: 8MP rear (LED flash, 1080p rec), 2MP front
Price: $230 with two-year contract
Description: The Galaxy S II took its sweet time coming to North America, but it was worth the wait. It doesn’t disappoint in any one area, though its plastic construction may turn off some (we like how light it is). Samsung’s TouchWiz 4.0 interface rivals HTC’s Sense as does Samsung’s cameras. The only problem with the Galaxy S II on T-Mobile is its size, which may be too large for some, and its price, which exceeds $200.


HTC Radar 4G

HTC Radar 4G front 

Screen: 4.3-inch LCD, 480×800 pixels
Specs: 1GHz processor, 512MB RAM, 16GB storage
OS: Windows Phone 7.5
Camera: 5MP rear (LED flash, 720p rec), no front camera
Price: $100 with two-year contract
Description: Though the Nokia Lumia 710 is a fine device for a lower price, we prefer HTC’s Radar. It has a great feel to it and a solid metal shell. We recommend everybody spend some time with Windows Phone. We’re very impressed with Microsoft’s new OS. If there isn’t anything tying you to iOS or Android, give the Radar a try. The WP7 app library is getting larger and its media player (based on Zune) is fantastic. Xbox Live integration and games are good too. Check out our Best Windows Phone 7 Apps article for a guide to some of the software available.


Monday, 23 April 2012

Vauxhall Ampera

Electronic driving without compromise
Looking for a stylish way to save on fuel and cut emissions while still enjoying performance driving? The new Vauxhall Ampera brings clean, eco-motoring to the road.

Free of the usual restrictions of batteries, it offers lively electric performance and a range of up to 360 miles. Why not join us in an electrifying future?

Redefining electric drive

The heart of the Vauxhall Ampera is its E-REV propulsion system – the world's first plug-in, electrically driven, extended-range system in a production vehicle – which gives the new car up to 360 miles of range.

      Configure your Ampera
The Government is offering motorists up to £5,000 off the price of qualifying ultra-low emissions vehicles – including the Ampera. Now it’s even easier to start cutting costs and fuel consumption with Vauxhall.


Ownership and support

To support Ampera owners, we’ve ensured there are 24 specialist Ampera Retailers around the country. We’ve also partnered with British Gas, who will recommend the best charging solution for your home, at no cost – and implement it, if you choose.
·         Find out more about Ampera support

Precise and powerful

Of course, the Ampera also delivers premium class road-holding and handling. And if you’re worried about keeping up with the traffic, don’t: with 150PS and 370 Nm of torque, the Ampera accelerates from 0-60 mph in under nine seconds.
·         Discover Ampera’s driving dynamics

Everyday usability

You can use your Vauxhall Ampera exactly as you do your current car. It’s easy to charge, seats up to four and has plenty of luggage space. You can also pre-heat or cool it while charging, ready for when you set off.

Sunday, 22 April 2012

Nokia Lumia 900 (black, AT&T)

The good: The Nokia Lumia 900's eye-popping unibody design sets a new direction for smartphone style. Its LTE speeds, vivid 4.3-inch screen, and 8-megapixel camera are high points.The bad: Problems with call quality and minor design flaws like some gaps in the construction and weirdly placed buttons get in the way. The designer camera optics are good, but they don't live up to the hype. The phone shoots 720p video rather than 1080p video.The bottom line: The Nokia Lumia 900's unique design and high-end features make Windows Phone look fantastic, and the $99 price is extremely fair. Despite some flaws, this is my favorite Windows Phone yet.Photo gallery:Nokia Lumia 900Nokia sorely needs a "hero" smartphone with the looks, the speeds, the specs, and a price that will hush the doubters. With the Lumia 900, Nokia proves that it has the chops to compete. We thought so at CES, where we awarded it best new smartphone, and I think so now.

If you imagine the cell phone section of a funky, Scandinavian design shop run by avant-garde youths, the Lumia 900 would fit right in. Its lightly sculpted unibody chassis and deliberate use of color scream "lifestyle product." Bold as an exclamation mark, the Lumia 900 has pure pop-art coursing through its electrical veins.

This is the classiest "Smurf" phone you're
 ever going to see
.What makes the Nokia Lumia 900 so eye-catching? Even without the electric blue version that I have, the bright white color arriving April 22, or the more-understated black color, the 900's profile 
stands out. The chassis has a perfectly flat top and bottom, with round sides and a slightly curved back, which Nokia then topped with a large, glossy screen.At 5 inches tall by 2.7 inches wide by 0.45 inch deep, it's a large phone. The smooth, matte finish helps it slide into pockets and purses, but because of the width and flat back, the Lumia 900 did feel a little flat in my hand. However, it was comfortable on the ear. It may feel a bit heavy at 5.6 ounces, but it's also very solid. I'm a little worried about the long-term effect of finger grease and residue on the color, but in the short term, the finish survived my residual hand lotion and the direct application of a goo-gone solution without marring the color.Back in its heyday, Nokia phones were largely synonymous with solid construction and thoughtful -- and sometimes daring -- design. The Lumia 900 may not present a strictly new design, since it's clearly adapted from the Nokia N9 Meego-based phone released in Asia, and the Lumia 800, the European version of the N9 that runs Windows Phone, but it's a good one that offers slight variations.

The smooth body helps it slide into pockets
 Because of its size, the Lumia 900 fits better in my back pocket.For example, the Lumia 900 is larger than the 800 and features a front-facing camera in addition to that all-important LTE and a larger battery. Then there are the more-minor surface variations, which you'd only really notice holding the two phones side by side. On the 800, the display bubbles out about 2.5 millimeters, like the surface tension curving a drop of water. The 900's screen, on the other hand, looks more like a slapped-on postage stamp. My review unit had a few gaps that were barely perceptible, but were there nonetheless. The most obvious was large enough for me to stick my fingernail into the space around the SIM card slot, and pull up a corner of the locked door -- that's sloppy. There was also a thin gap where the right side of the screen meets the body of my review unit, with no gap whatsoever on the left side of the screen.I had no complaints with the display itself, though, and it's easily one of the Lumia 900's key selling points. The beautiful 4.3-inch AMOLED screen features ClearBlack display technology and Gorilla Glass. Colors look richly hued, bright, and sharp. I compared the Lumia 900 with the Samsung Focus S, which has an identical screen size and WVGA resolution (800x480 pixels). In both brightness and richness, the Lumia 900 absolutely blows away the Focus S, which at the time I hailed as a beautiful Super AMOLED Plus screen in its own right. At the same levels of full and automatic brightness, the Lumia 900 shone about a full level brighter than the Focus S.I also compared high-res photos on the two handsets. While they both looked terrific, the Lumia 900 showed noticeably greater contrast, with blacker blacks, more color spectrum variation, and greens so bright they looked a bit unnatural.

Operating system and Nokia apps
Thanks to a close partnership between Nokia and Microsoft, the Lumia 900 runs the most recent iteration of Windows Phone OS, version 7.5 Mango. As a result, the Lumia 900 can perform every software task that other Windows Phones do, too.

Nokia doesn't have much leeway on the 
software side beyond these apps
Unlike Android, Microsoft keeps its OS pretty locked down, so Nokia has little room to add its own flair on the software side, a strategy I appreciate for uniting the phone experience across devices, but one that makes it harder for manufacturers to stand out. Still, Nokia does make a mark with the nice Nokia Blue color theme (it's the Lumia 900 default) and with a suite of Marketplace apps that include Nokia Drive, Nokia Maps, Nokia Transit, and Nokia Contacts Transfer. This section also highlights partners' third-party apps, like ESPN and CNN. It's a shame that the Lumia 900 doesn't have Nokia's music app, Music Mix Radio, like its European counterparts, and I hope the right deals are signed soon. The absent app, which serves streaming radio and creates mixes, is similar to a Windows Phone feature, but it's also an alternative that could give Nokia some additional cred.

Since Windows Phone OS pretty much behaves the same on every handset, it's the extras that are important. LTE was the most crucial feature Nokia needed to sell this phone on our shores, and it'll be one of the first two Windows phones with LTE. (The HTC Titan II, which goes on sale the same day, is the other.)Wi-Fi, GPS, and Bluetooth are standards, though sadly, the Lumia 900 ships with Bluetooth 2.1, practically antique compared with the new Bluetooth 4.0 standard we're starting to see in mobile devices.Windows Phone OS handily provides e-mail and social networking integration through account log-ins in the settings, an option for linking inboxes together, and support for group messaging. There's also threaded text and multimedia messaging, and a cool feature that can weave together messages sent between IM and traditional texts. Task-switching, voice search, and scan searches with Bing are also included, as are conference calling and voice dialing. (For even more on Windows Phone OS, read my full Windows Phone 7.5 review.)