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Hold your breath for upcoming mobile phones in 2010
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Mobile phones have seen phenomenal growth and development. So much so that they are now being considered as an indispensable gadget. This single most important gadget speaks volume about the personality of the user. Therefore, people have started paying attention to minutest of details, while fetching one of these gadgets. Mobiles are not just means of communication but serve multiple functions of data transfer, connectivity, photography entertainment etc. Cut-throat competition in the market is actually beneficial for the users as the upcoming mobile phones launched by the leading mobile brands like Nokia, Samsung and Sony-Ericsson are power packed with features at a very competitive price.

A number of mobile phones fully-loaded with the latest features and ultra-modern applications are going to hit the market in 2010. They are also backed by revolutionary technologies. The formal announcement of some of the upcoming mobile phone has already been done, others are expected soon. Some of the phones to be seen in 2010 are Nokia N96i, Samsung Z600 and Sony Ericsson W999i.

Nokia N96i has already taken the town by storm. It is expected to have alluring features and terrific applications. It comes with a double slide design and one of the best screens which rotates. Its 2.4'' TFT screen gives a crystal clear view, with a caliber to display up to 262,000 colours. It has a metallic body, but weighs only 110g. It is equipped with a 5.5MP camera that enables you to capture high quality pictures. For the music freaks, it supports MP3 and MP4 file formats, among others. Transferring of data to another compatible device or vice versa is also easy; you just have to use the Bluetooth facility that comes along. It has 256MB micro SD card. Definitely it looks like another super invention from Nokia.

Samsung Z600, is another upcoming mobile phone in 2010. It’s vital stats are 115g and 89 x 48 x 23.5 mm. It comes with a 2.1 TFT screen that has a resolution of 176x208 pixels and displays up to 256K colours. It is powered by 2MP camera. It has ample storage space with an internal memory of 70MB. Data and connectivity in the handset is also convenient. It supports 3G (UTMS), Class 10 GPRS, Bluetooth, infrared and USB. Not only this, this java-enabled phone has a WAP 2.0 browser that enables you to access the Internet anytime-anywhere. Entertainment is redefined by the gadget with its integrated media player that supports MP3, AAC and AAC+ file formats.

Next there comes the Sony Ericsson W999i. It has 2.0 mega pixel camera that is embellished with a range of performance boosting features such as 4x digital zoom. Apart from taking pictures, the camera also provides video calls. It comes with the vital states of 110g and 97.4 x 49 x 20mm. It delivers 32MB of user memory. It is extremely durable battery supports GSM talk time of up to 9 hours. These attributes definitely makes it one of the most sought after phones in 2010. 2010 is expected to open new horizons for you with several high end Upcoming Mobile Phones. So hold your breath for coming soon phones in 2010.


Ethan William is an expert in Telecommunications. He has written several articles on best Contract Mobile Phones, and Pay As You Go Mobile Phones

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