Since the Nosier (TM)s Lumia is basically still a budget phone albeit with all the latest features, the design is pretty conventional and looks quite average. The quality of this smartphone is high in all respects other than the physical buttons which are somewhat flimsy. The back cover too is not very sturdy although it is replaceable. The back cover can be got in many colors and Nokia also has equipped the phone with color profiles which can match the back covers.
If talking about the Acer Ionia Tab A500, this tablet PC will be available on both the platforms, Google android Honeycomb 3.0 and Windows 7. With a massive 10.1-inch capacitive touch screen, it makes certain that user is offered with the best possible on-screen experience from each and every angle. This tablet has got the looks to kill for. The aluminum casing makes its appearance super cool and sophisticated. The casing further has the lustrous finish which has an engraved pattern on it. This pattern makes it more sober and subtle.
The high definition of the colors is awesome. The colors are vividly portrayed on the screen. The immaculateness of white and the deep inks of black together with the Technicolor shades that make red as crimson as can be, yellow sunny and green vibrant and blue as subdued as ever. Videos are a sight to watch.
Earlier, I used to become totally clueless of my daughter’s uninformed outings to her friends. The names that she would SMS me later would never correspond to any of her buddies that I crosschecked. Therefore, I required something that would let me watch her locations every time I would want to. The mobile spy software that I opted for let me turn her cell phone into a GPS tracking device. It became so convenient for me to find out that where is she headed for. I could check all her emails, SMS text messages, and call logs too.
I have had a bunch of Apples iPods and have a Samsung galaxy S8 Player 5.0 (Android 2.3). So, I might reference those one in a while in this article. Also keep in mind I never used Android 3.0 honeycomb so if I say a feature is new it’s possible it was in Honeycomb, but I’m comparing it more to Android 2.3 (Gingerbread) which is more of a phone OS. I have never owned an iPad but use them a lot at work, so I am aware of how they function and their features. I may reference those occasionally. I have not used a Kindle fire enough to comment on it.
Swype technology allows users to use a virtual keyboard (already on most smart phones) to “swipe” their fingers across the keyboard instead of typing, which is often difficult for users with even the smallest of fingers.
The device is relatively competitive in other regions, with an 8-megapixel digital camera, a dual-core 1.7-GHz processor, and Android 4.2.2 software. It felt peppy in my testing, although it’s not as fast as the S4 or other top of the line phones.