HTC One X for AT&T Review

April 16, 2012 by · Leave a Comment 

HTC ONE X Review
As the company faced a higher level of competition, HTC has come out with an answer: the HTC One X. The smooth white phone shows a forward thinking vision that makes HTC the company to copy. Innovatively designed and packed with features, this phone has everything a busy exec, techie or average Joe needs during their daily grind.

Hardware and Software

This new product is outfitted with a glossy polycarbonate unibody that has matte on the back. This body protects the body from scratches and bumps while not interfering with any signal. Boasting a 4.7-inch display, the HTC One X has an 8.9 mm profile. Although a little bit bigger than necessary it has a weight of 1.1 ounces that is not terribly high compared to similar sized phones. The phone also offers MHL-capable micro-USB port, a five-pin connector and a strong speaker system. This speaker system is comprised of 84 holes and packs a lot of audio punch—as long as you are not listening to anything with too much bass.

The One X gives users 32 GB of memory and runs on the quad-core Tegra 3 by NVIDIA. One X’s processor has 1 GB of RAM and the phone is outfitted with Android Beam functionality.

As far as software goes, the One X has a program that is best described as a mix of Sense 4 and ICS. Although it might not be perfect, it works well with Google’s original designs and is far less onerous than other models.

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Samsung Rugby Smart Review

March 28, 2012 by · Leave a Comment 

Samsung Rugby Smart ReviewWith the wide array of smart phones available on the market, consumers have their options open when it comes to finding the best technology, the sleekest design, and the most apps and gadgets. But what the majority of smart phones fail at is durability. Despite their many attributes, they fail miserably in tests of durability. This was true until Samsung introduced the Rugby smartphone. A mid range smart phone with relatively modest specifications, the Samsung Rugby Smart stands out among smart phones, not for its technology but for its simplicity.

A serious upgrade from the original Samsung Rugby, the Rugby Smart is built like a tank and able to withstand just about anything you throw at it. Built to meet military specifications for protection against dust, water, and electric shock, the Rugby Smart is an impressive phone. While it’s definitely not the phone for the consumer who needs frequent smartphone capability, such as frequent application usage, the Rugby Smart holds its own among competitors for its ability to withstand the elements.

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Samsung Galaxy Note Review – Is It Too Big for a Phone?

March 14, 2012 by · Leave a Comment 

Samsung Galaxy Note Review
The Samsung Galaxy Note is the newest smartphone available from AT&T Wireless. Most likely, you have seen commercials for the device shown on TV multiple times over the past two to three weeks now. The Galaxy Note is not your standard smartphone, and as a matter of fact, it is somewhere between a phone and a tablet. To put it succinctly, the device is enormous.

Samsung’s newest smartphone sports a 5.3 inch Super AMOLED touchscreen that offers the user a brilliant and amazing visual experience, making the Note wonderful for mobile web browsing. It runs on the Android 2.3.6 Gingerbread operating system and includes a 1.5GHz dual core processor, offering the device a good amount of speed that is perfect for multi-tasking.

One of the best features of the Samsung Galaxy Note is that it connects to 4G LTE speeds. Due to the large size of the phone, you will not only get a charger included with your purchase but what is dubbed by Samsung as an “S Pen,” which is essentially a stylus. This component is included because it is easier to use the Note with it rather than using your finger. However, a particularly fun feature to this effect is drawing, which is not exactly an activity you can perform with just any smartphone.

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Best Place to Buy Cell Phones Without Contract

July 7, 2010 by · Leave a Comment 

Best Place to Buy Cell Phones Without Contract With Early Termination Fee as high as $325 for advanced devices I can understand why people are looking for the best place to buy cell phones without contract. In most cases you will find yourself shelling out a good amount of money if you do decide to cancel the service plan before it expires. If you do lose your phone or simply want a new one, the most expensive way is to get a new one is through retail stores. Keep in mind that new phones are not discounted at all without a new contract. So, you are looking to pay $500 or more on smartphones and $200 or more on regular flip phones.

We already explain some pros and cons of buying AT&T cell phones without contract. What is the best place to buy cell phones without contract? The best place is online through authorized dealers. Why, first you can check if you are eligible for an upgrade and chances to get free phones without rebates. Second, if you don’t qualify for upgrade you can switch carriers – the discount you are getting is enough to cover any early termination fee. Lastly, you have the option to buy a new cell phone without plan through authorized dealers. Although you are paying more compared those with contract, you are still getting cheapers prices vs. any in-store deal.

Free Motorola BACKFLIP

April 10, 2010 by · Leave a Comment 

Free Motorola BACKFLIP What do you think the best deal on Motorola BACKFLIP is? FREE! Right now, when you sign up a new AT&T or extend your current contract you will be able to get a free Motorola BACKFLIP. It’s the first Android phone for AT&T and has everything you want for an advanced Google smartphone. The free Motorola BACKFLIP is not an ordinary Android phone!

Besides the MotoBlur that keeps your favorite social media updates on a single screen there is another unique feature that I absolutely love and use most often – you can control the screen by not touching the screen at all, simply use the track pad on the back of the screen to help you navigate through the phone and double tap to select. Order yours today and you will also save up to $150 more with free activation.

Best Blackberry Phones 2010

February 22, 2010 by · Leave a Comment 

Best Blackberry Phones 2010 What are the best Blackberry phones 2010? While we are still in first half of 2010, there are a number of Blackberry phones that I would love to recommend for everyone. Blackberry Bold 9700 for AT&T is an awesome deal. The fact that this phone retails at near $500 make some people hesitate a bit (or a lot). Yeah, it’s expensive (without contract) for a good reason – the Bold 9700 Blackberry is a superior smartphone with a full QWERTY keyboard. Priced today at $0.00 with a new AT&T plan, it’s a steal!

Let look at best Blackberry for T-Mobile in 2010 – I personally like the Curve 8900 since there are a bit more spaces between keys, and price of $0.00 is just irresistible.

BlackBerry Storm 2 for Verizon Wireless is my one of my top choices for 2010 – it’s the only touch-screen Blackberry out there. And you can have it for $1 today!

BlackBerry Curve 8530 for Sprint is also one of the best Blackberry phones in 2010. It’s a perfectly balanced smartphone – thin, light, and packed with many advanced features.

Too many choices? That’s right. Try switching carriers and test drive their service. You can keep the same mobile number for free.

AT&T Unlimited Talk Calling Plans

January 27, 2010 by · Leave a Comment 

AT&T Unlimited Calling Plan Great news for new and existing AT&T customers. You can sign up AT&T unlimited calling plans for only $69.99. That’s $30 cheaper than they used to be. this new AT&T unlimited talk plan apply to any phone, whether you have BlackBerry, iPhone, or a simply flip phone, you can call your friends at any network and talk 24/7 without worrying about going over your monthly voice minutes. Do you have to be a new customer to benefit from the new unlimited voice plan? Absolutely not. Existing AT&T users just need to make a call to customer service to make the change.

Do I need to renew my current contract? No. Unless you want to. We highly suggest you do because you definitely need a nice new phone to do all the unlimited talking. Even though your old phone can handle it, why not get a new one for free? To add texting, we recommend best AT&T text messaging plan for only $20. That gives you unlimited texting to anyone on any network. So, unlimited AT&T calling plan plus all-you-can-eat text, that’s an awesome deal!

AT&T Blackberry 50% Off Half Price

January 21, 2010 by · Leave a Comment 

AT&T Blackberry Half Price Are BlackBerry smartphones are expensive? Not here. Right now you can get AT&T Blackberry 50% off or more savings online. This AT&T BlackBerry Half Price Sale is not just half price, you will actually get some of the coolest Blackberry phones free out of pocket. The new Blackberry Curve 8900 is on sale for $0.00. And the Blackberry Bold Black goes for only $19.

If you think getting AT&T Blackberry 50% off is a smart move, getting them free out of door is even smarter. Tons of great features not just for emails and messaging. These phones help you manage your business and personal life as well. Bring work and entertainment with you wherever you go. Keep track of stock quotes and read the latest news with rich full HTML browsing. What are you waiting for? Start your New Year resolution with the right phone and take advantage of this AT&T Blackberry half price sale.

Does Samsung Impression Require Data Plan

December 10, 2009 by · Leave a Comment 

Does Samsung Impression Require Data Plan Want to get a nice touch screen phone without paying for the data plan? Does Samsung Impression require data plan? Basically almost all AT&T phones don’t require data plan except the iPhone, but you have to pay at retail or with very little discount in order to get the phone. What good is a smartphone or full-featured phone without a data plan? You can’t surf the web, you can’t access Facebook or MySpace instantly. You are basically wasting the 90% of the functions and features the phone is designed for.

Seriously, if you are considering buying the Samsung Impression without data plan, you might as well just get a simple flip phone. Or you can just pay $15 for unlimited data access. What you will get is unlimited Internet and Email access, plus unlimited AT&T Cellular Video and AT&T Music content. The retail price for AT&T Impression is $300. With a new service plan, you are getting it free out of pocket. $300 alone is enough to pay for the data plan for 20 months. Whether a data plan is required for Samsung Impression or not, you should get one. The benefits of anytime anywhere access to Internet is just priceless. Get yours today with free shipping.

Free Nokia 6350 Red for AT&T

November 16, 2009 by · Leave a Comment 

Free Nokia 6350 Red You’ve got more color choices when it comes to basic flip phones this holiday season. The Nokia 6350 Graphite is cool for guys. How about a free Nokia 6350 Red for the ladies? In fact, there are many red AT&T cell phones to choose from and you don’t have to limit yourself to just flip phones.

Put more holiday tunes into this little Red Nokia 6350 phone and enjoy them while you are on the go. With external storage of up to 16 GB, super easy music controls, plus Stereo Bluetooth support – it’s a music phone by nature. But there are so many more you can do with this free Nokia 6350 Red for AT&T. Sharing photos and videos taken from the 2.0 megapixel camera is always easy with just a few clicks…and it’s a International phone that works in over 130 countries!

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