Upcoming Challenges For Mobile Development & Mobile Marketing

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The digital world is evolving and the trends are changing in real world, making the world faster than ever before and technology more stable. Mobile is all about today’s world which took birth with the invention of first pager in 1956. The world started getting mobile and the launch of first commercial mobile phone by NTT in Japan was the next step to stabilize this mobility.

The innovation in this mobility with SMS happened to be originated in Europe in 1985. SMS was a boom in the later part of 1900s and early 2000s, and still it’s the top cellular activity. Now, there’re above 4 billion mobile phone subscribers, with 74% of them using SMS of which 94% of SMSs are read. Just in UK 1.4 billion text messages now being sent every week.

This is just about mobile phones and SMS, innovations like iPhone, Blackberry, Android and mobile-internet integration are constanly opening the new horizons of excellence for mobile marketing. Web marketing is one of the most cost effective marketing methods with maximum outreach. Since there’re more mobile phone subscribers than that of internet users, so mobile opens broad ways for marketing from small and medium to large businesses.

Lenovo unveils waterproof Android smartphone A660

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Lenovo has raised the curtains on its first attempt at a waterproof, Android-running smartphone, the Lenovo A660. As reported by zol.com.cn, Lenovo’s A660 smartphone with Compatible Parts is armed with an IP67 certification, translating to the fact that the phone is both waterproof as well as dustproof. The Lenovo A660 can be submerged up to one meter under water for almost 30 minutes at a stretch. To the effect, the word -Waterproof- is etched at the front-bottom bar on the phone.

Lenovo’s waterproof, dustproof smartphone – A660

The Lenovo A660 smartphone sports a 4-inch WVGA display with a resolution of 800×480 pixels. The screen on the A660 is made of Corning Gorilla glass. It has a 5MP rear camera and a VGA front-facing camera. The Lenovo A660 is 10.5mm thin. Among other specifications of the phone that are available at the moment, the Lenovo A660 runs Ice Cream Sandwich version of the Android OS and is powered by a 1GHz dual-core processor. It is fuelled by a 1500mAh battery. The A660 has dual-SIM capabilities.

Mircomax Android Mobile-the Right Choice

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Micromax has been in the market for quite some time and within that span has created a top position for its devices in the mobile market. Consumers love Micromax mobiles due to their advanced features, good looks and the affordable prices that Micromax has been setting their devices. There are plenty of mobiles from Micromax that can provide great facilities and help you stay connected with anyone from anywhere. The Micromax mobile price is one of the attractive aspects of the mobiles that come from the Micromax.

The Micromax A70 is a good Android phone that has compact dimensions and come with a resolution of 320 x 480 pixels and displays 262 colors. The screen is 3.2 inches and comes with a great camera of 5 mega pixels that can give stunning pictures and is a VGA camera with video recording. The price of this mobile is Rs. 8499 approximately. The Micromax A60 is yet another Android phone that comes with a 2.8 inch resistive touch screen and has a resolution of 240 x 320 pixels. The camera integrated is 3.15 mega pixels that can provide excellent images and has various features as well. This is an affordable phone that can cost you only Rs. 4449 approximately and comes with various connectivity features like the high speed internet browsing and is 3G enabled. It comes with WI-Fi, GPS etc and comes powered with Google Android 2.1 clair OS.

Micromax 3G Android full touch phone A75 is an excellent dual SIM mobile with dual standby slim phone and has been equipped with big screen messenger Whatsapp and the social networking sites help users to update their status anytime and anywhere. The screen is 3.75 inches and comes with full touch screen that is very responsive. It features 3G and runs on Android 2.3 ginger bread. The mobile will cost around Rs. 8,499. Users can also buy the Micromax A85 superfone dual core Android mobile that is a GSM phone. This is a Smartphone that has plenty of features that are attractive and fun to use. The Micromax Android with 3G and WI-Fi connectivity A60 that comes with a 3.2 mega pixels camera and has various social networking sites and plenty of connectivity options as well. The price of this mobile is Rs. 4,399 approximately.

The Difference Between Android And Symbian

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Nowadays, the Android phones are gaining more and more popularity among the cell phone users, while the Symbian phones, mainly produced by Nokia, are lagging far behind for various reasons. That is why Nokia is considering terminating its cooperation with Microsoft on the Symbian Operating System for future developments. It is a fact that the Android phones now take an increasing share of the market. You may wonder what has made the Android phones so popular and hot these days. The follow part probes into the differences between the operating systems of Android and Symbian, which might help you to find the answer.

The most prominent aspect about Android phones is the Internet-based operating system, and that is Android developed by Google. This operating system is open source, so there is much more application software and resources for Android than Symbian. You can find an endless list of apps for your Android phones; also there are a wide range of choices for different models and series of Android phones. With the standard GPS, Wi-Fi and 3G connections, Android phones are more like laptops or PDAs, and entertaining devices. The entertainment features and brilliant user interface of Android phones is far better than Symbian, but all that has a large demand on the data plans. Android phones come with multi-touch screens, so you can operate with your fingers and it is very convenient. Normally the hardware of Android phones is much better than Symbian phones, and they have great expansibility. In most cases, Android phones basic requirements are an 800MHz CPU and 512 RAM. This is significantly different from Symbian phones. It is without doubt that Android phones are taking the place of Symbian.

Symbian, which has dominated the market for many years, lags behind on all the above mentioned aspects. However, Symbian is unmatchable in stability and quality even today; otherwise Symbian would not have led the market if it did not have its own advantageous power. The Symbian Operating System is easier to operate and most can use it without a problem. It does not have high requirements on the hardware, thus the costs are relatively low. The Symbian phones are not as smart as Android phones, and its interface seems rigid when compared with that of Android phones. Normally the Symbian phones have lower battery consumption than Android phones; you can even use your Symbian phones for several days after the recharge.

Six Android Watches That Make A Big Statement

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Wearing a high quality wristwatch in todays modern world is about far more than simply being able to check the time. There are plenty of ways to see what time it is, but there are very few fashion accessories that show off your ability to appreciate the fine quality and craftsmanship of a discipline that has evolved over hundreds of years.The art of creating a wristwatch is like few other things in the world.

Yes, it is something that can show off your creative and stylish side. But actually producing a timepiece that can tick off the seconds meticulously, time and again, minute after minute, hour after hour, day after day, is something else entirely.The minds behind Android watches honor the history of watch making while keeping their eyes firmly set on the future. Here are six premium examples of the fantastic offerings that Android has on the market today.

Android Women’s Intercontinental Swiss Quartz Chronograph Leather Strap Watch