By Ahmad on February 23, 2011
Sony Ericsson presented it’s first playstation phone at Mobile World Congress 2011, the Sony Ericsson Xperia Play based on Google Android 2.3 (Gingerbread). Sony Ericsson Xperia Play is aimed to users who need the traditional functions of smartphones with advanced gaming features.
By Ahmad on March 13, 2010
Samsung Corby Pro B5310 is the captain of one of the most successful team of the South Korean company’s library. Corby also top scorer to his sheet and the magical combination of touchscreen and full QWERTY keyboard sliding.
By Ahmad on July 27, 2009
Samsung GT-S3100 slider form factor Phone is designed to work in the networks of GSM and is equipped with a small display with a resolution 176h220 pixels, Bluetooth 2.1 module with stereo profile support for EDR, port, USB 2.0, audio player, FM-radio, built-in camera
By Ahmad on July 24, 2009
Nokia 6760 Slider is a phone that not a lot you like in appearance: speak clearly, it is not so sleek and lightweight of the Nseries and gives a sense of heaviness. E ‘but with a QWERTY keyboard, large and comfortable to use.
By Ahmad on July 11, 2009
Motorola ROKR ZN50 is proposed as a terminal-oriented music and at first glance it is noted for the generous touchscreen sliding, revealing an alphanumeric keyboard. The rotation of the screen automatically and to change audio track is simply shake the device.
By Ahmad on July 6, 2009
Samsung Glyde 2 U9602 Slider Phone is considerably sleeker than the outgoing model but adds a significantly expanded screen and a fourth row to the keyboard. It also upgrades the software with Samsung’s in-house TouchWiz interface and carries an accelerometer to tilt the interface on its side. Few other details have been uncovered other than that the phone will support 3G when it arrives at Verizon.
By Ahmad on July 3, 2009
Nokia Surge 6790 Slider Phone also known as Mako has a 2.4-inch 240 x 320 display and runs S60 3.2; slide it open, and there’s a QWERTY keyboard, while on the back there’s a 2-megapixel camera.