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Wednesday, January 16, 2013
One of the coolest Free Phones on the market is the Sony's Xperia Ion. It's offered on the AT&T's 4G network. Some of its standard features are above the industry's average. 10 hours of talk time, 1.5 Ghz dual-core Scorpion processor with 1 GB RAM and up to 32 GB expandable microSD™ storage. But what really stands out is the 12 Mp rear camera. The camera uses the Sony's Mobile BRAVIA Engine™ technology and shoots video in 1080p HD quality. But the most atracting feature of the camera is the 3D Sweep Panorama™ imaging option. The phone received a 4.2 out of 5 rating on Bestbuy.com and 4 out of 5 stars on Cnet.com
Wednesday, January 9, 2013
Verizon Mobile has anounced a new Free phone with a 2-year contract: the HTC Rezound. It has an impressive Dual core 1.5GHz processor with 1GB DDR2 RAM. The only other Free Phone on the market that has similar speed is the Motorola Photon Q. But it is only available with Sprint. Besides the pretty much standard 8 MP rear camera the HTC Rezound has a 2 MP front camera which no other Free Phones offer at the moment. The market standard now is 1.3 MP. What is disappointing about this phone however is its battery life and its weight. 6.7 hours of talk time is significantly below the industry standards of 8, 9 and 10 hrs. Which is why it is very surprising that the phone has 6.0 oz weight. Overall it's a good phone, but only if you constantly have access to an outlet or a car charger.
This week Best Buy discontinued their free promotion of the Motorola RAZR MAXX phone. It was one of the best in its class to be offered for free. However its less powerful cousin, the Motorola RAZR is still available. Most of the features stay the same. Some of the most vivid differences are in battery life and camera. As a thinner phone the Motorola RAZR offers only 12.5 hours of talk and 8.5 days of stand-by time. In comparison the Motorola RAZR MAXX offers 21.5 hours of talk time and 15.5 days of stand-by time. This is a significant difference when you consider that in regular use those numbers do not really stand the test. The other difference has to do with the camera. Even though both phones have a front camera of 1.3 mp and back camera of 8 mp, Motorola RAZR's back camera shoots video only in 720p not in full HD of 1080p.