HTC Rezound

Android phones are a popular choice among consumers. One Android-operated phone that is worthy of consideration is the HTC Rezound which you can get from phones4u. This phone has some terrific features that many Android fans have chosen.

HTC Rezound

The HTC Rezound has a display that measures 4.3 inches. Equipped with a super LCD screen, it features a resolution of 1280 by 720 pixels. Given these specs, the Rezound is definitely one of the larger Android phones. While it may not be pocket sized, the dimensions of the Rezound make it possible to use for watching movies and playing games. The phone does weigh 6 ounces; however, the size of the display more than compensates for this additional weight.

BlackBerry Curve Holster

BlackBerry Curve Leather Holster Black

Blackberry Curve Holster is an elegant way to protect your Blackberry phones. With a premium leather finish, it is a unique blend of convenience and elegance. With this around, you can adjust the phone settings, depending on whether or not it’s in the holster. When the device is on, the screen is automatically shutoff, to extend battery life.

It is a perfectly engineered plastic case within, to ensure the optical pad isn’t damaged. With a rich black finish, it can suit any color, or apparel. The design by itself is elegant and suits both traditional and modern attire.

nokia sold 1.5 million

Nokia Sold 1.5 Billion Series 40 Phones

nokia sold 1.5 million
This is a guest post written by Amelia Hunter.

Do you think that Nokia’s feature phones aren’t popular anymore? Do you think everybody prefers buying smartphones now? Of course, S40 phones aren’t as cool as the latest Android phones like the new Samsung Galaxy Nexus or the Motorola Droid Razr, or even Apple’s iPhones, but they still have their charm, and there are still many people ready to buy them. As a proof – Nokia has just sold the 1.5 billionth S40 phone!

A young woman in Sao Paulo, Brazil, bought the 1.5 billionth feature phone by Nokia, which turned out to be a Nokia Asha 303 – a nice device with rather powerful features and “fantasy” name (am I the only one who remembers the high dragon Asha from the Heroes of Might and Magic series?). This feature phone is really different from the first S40 device launched by Nokia 12 years ago. The Nokia 7110 had a monochrome display the resolution of which – 96 x 65 – was thought to be rather high back then and sounds unbelievably low now. This was the first phone with a WAP browser and advanced messaging capabilities; it also had a phonebook that could store up to 1000 contacts, which also seemed to be great back then. As far as I remember, the Nokia 7110 came with three or four black-and-white 2D games pre-installed, and those games were also very popular back then.