The Truth About The Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra – 1 Month Later

The Droid RAZR From Motorola

Motorola released its latest phone known as the Droid RAZR in November 2011 and it has proven to be an excellent addiction to their ever-increasing range of top quality phones despite it being early days. When you are looking for a phone that is different but better, then you need to look no further than this masterpiece that is capable of a lot more than you might think.

The BlackBerry Torch 9850 VS The BlackBerry 9810

RIM, the makers of the BlackBerry handset that we have all come to know and love, have recently released the Torch 9810 that promises to be so much faster than its predecessor the 9800, giving the handset a lot more memory and a faster processing speed which can make your experience of using one of our favorite handsets so much more pleasurable. Here’s a bit about the 9850 and what it can do:

The Great New HTC Rezound

The great new HTC Rezound was released in November 2011 amidst a while host of other phones making their way onto the market, but despite all these other phones trying to compete for peoples’ attention, the Rezound is making its name known on the market, thanks to its ability to be somewhat different from many other of the models out there. This is a handset that is beating many other phones, even the iPhone 4 thanks to its larger screen (four inches) and the amount of pixels it can display at any given time, but that’s enough…

Galaxy Nexus: The Next Big Thing

With more people than ever before excited about the release of a phone, the Galaxy Nexus was able to more than live up to expectations when it was released on November 17 2011. This smartphone was made by Nexus but was produced in co-operation with Google and was said to be the ‘next big thing’. Weighing at just over 135 grams it’s a very sleek and small phone that operates on the much-loved Ice Cream Sandwich operating system (Android 4.0.1) that is said to be one of the better operating systems around.

The Ice Cream Sandwich Vs Gingerbread

Released on November 17 2011, the Ice Cream Sandwich (ICS) is set to be the next big thing in the world of Android operating systems, bringing a completely different look to Android. The ICS (Android Version 4.0) promises to be compatible with almost every Android device. The ICS claims to be very easy to use and it certainly does have some great navigation tools and makes searching for apps and the like on your hand set so much easier, but the ICS is not the only ‘next big thing’ to hit the market and claim to change the ever-popular Android operating systems, because Google’s Gingerbread has also recently been launched and threatens to knock the ICS off one of the highest spots on the consumer market.

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