Thursday, 12 November 2009

Hands On New Acer X960 Smartphone

Over a period of time, mobile phones have developed a lot of craze among the people. Earlier people used to have simple set of communication devices but now the handsets have evolved into multimedia widgets and provide a number of hi-end features. You can find out several brands in the area of mobile phones that
have launched a variety of phones which are quite popular for their hi-end features.

Acer is big name among the mobile phone giants. Acer X960 is a new launch by Acer, its weight is quite hefty of 131 grams and the dimensions are of 106.4 x 59 x 13.7 mm. It displays 65k colors on its 2.8 inches TFT color screen with 480 x 640 pixels
resolution. It is also incorporated with widget based user interface and handwriting recognition features.

Internet has become a necessary feature for both handsets as well as computer as this hi-end device provides HTML web browsing technology so the users can get all the informative content while using Internet. It also has Microsoft Windows Mobile 6.1 Professional that works over Samsung S3C 6410 533 MHz processor.

Besides from the MMS and e-mail, text messaging services like SMS and instant messaging are also available in this 3G device. Nowadays it is not required to keep bulky camera if you are going to plan somewhere rather you can capture good quality
images and make video footages with the help of its 3.15 mega pixel camera that comes with 2048 x 1536 pixels resolution and LED flash. As well as it also provides second VGA camera for video calling.

For the entertainment lovers, this 3G device contains a media player that supports good music formats. You can also download polyphonic, MP3 and WAV ringtones. Connectivity features include; GPRS, EDGE, 3G HSDPA, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and USB cabled
connection. Storing capacity of the Acer X960 is really good as it plies 128 MB of RAM and 256 MB of ROM plus an expandable memory card option is also available.For working professionals, Acer X960 has pocket office feature through which you can read
the Word, Excel, PowerPoint, OneNote and PDF documents on the screen of your handset.

Author: Payal jindal

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