28 October 2011
Choosing a Good Smartphone
Choosing a smartphone in today’s market can be extremely challenging. So many good phones are available and deciding which phone is the best is always difficult. Since phones are marketed by different companies such as Motorola, Blackberry, Sony and many more. Also the number of phone carriers that are available for each phone such as T-Mobile, AT&T, and Verizon just to name a few. Smartphones have different types of customizable options and phone specific applications that make them unique. The iPhone 4G and the HD7 are marketed and developed by two popular companies. Apple creates the iPhone series a leading touchscreen smartphone line. The iPhone implements the function ability of a mobile phone, camera and there trademark the iPod all in one phone. On the other hand the HD7 is developed by a rival in the computer scene called Microsoft. The Microsoft phones are new to the phone market but are increasing in value. The HD7 mimic’s the features of a laptop on a portable phone including Microsoft word and excel. The iPhone 4G and the HD7 have exclusive rights to different competitive phone companies. The iPhone is limited to the phone carriers of AT&T and is newly available for Verizon customer’s as well. The HD7 is available for Verizon and T-Mobile customers. Exclusive preloaded applications are available for the iPhone 4G like safari and iTunes which also includes the iTunes application store. The HD7 has preloaded applications like internet explorer and an Xbox live application for gamers a drawback for the HD7 was that it has a weak application store. Prices for these powerful smartphones are high due to the fact that they need 3G speed data connection. The Data plans for AT&T and Verizon are limited but the data plan for T-Mobile is unlimited giving the HD7 an advantage. The iPhone 4G and the HD7 have been in the consumer market for roughly a year and...
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