“This is CrazySoft’s Best Selling Games Pack for all the latest BlackBerry Smartphones. We offer all our best selling games (Most recent versions)
at a single pack with more than half price. These 4 games costs 66.80$ but we offer them ONLY 29.95$!
• Lost in the Pyramid more> Crazysoft’s funny adventure game. Translated into 6 different languages.
• Paintball 2 more> Crazysoft’s classic best seller. A must have for every mobile phone.
• Frutakia more> The ‘casino slots idea’ turned into an original, fun & addicting puzzle game.
• Snake Deluxe more> Based on the classic Snake game, this is a graphical masterpiece.” Check this great pack here:
“At first glance, the i550W (there’s a version without the ‘W’ and without Wi-Fi) has got everything. And probably makes its way onto everybody’s shopping list for the perfect smartphone. After all, it’s a metal-keypadded candybar smartphone running the latest S60 3rd Edition Feature Pack 1. It’s got 3.5G, Wi-Fi, GPS, a 3 megapixel camera, a 3.5mm headphone jack, microSD expansion, oodles of free RAM, a 2.6″ screen and USB charging. And it’s black and is only 13mm thick! What’s not to like? Unfortunately, one by one, the showstoppers come a-calling, taking a score that should have been heading for 90% down to a meagre 65%. Let’s look at the Samsung i550W in detail and I’ll explain both the brickbats and the bouquets. First impressions are good, with an everything-but-the-kitchen-sink layout. It’s a very solid candybar, moulded in plastic but with a metal keypad plate that lends a touch of class. In addition to the usual S60/smartphone keys, there are shortcut buttons for Web, for Navigation (a rebranded Route 66 that – sadly – wasn’t in the review unit box! Shame) and Media. These three assignments can’t, as far as I can see, be changed, which is a pity. The Media button brings up a popup choice of Music Player, RealPlayer and the built-in FM radio and, again, you can’t choose which one you want permanently – Samsung – these all need to be settings!” Read more here:
“Growth slowed in the smart phone market in EMEA in Q2, but total shipments of 12.6 million still made it the second biggest quarter ever in volume terms. Canalys estimates that smart phones represented 13% of all mobile phone shipments. Nokia remained the market leader by some margin, but the other vendors in the top five posted much higher than average year-on-year growth, with second-placed RIM closing the market share gap by several points, and HTC, Motorola and Samsung more than doubling their shipments.” Read more here:
“When it rains, it POURS. This time we find them from nomad2000, again in our forums, who found them at treo8. What we know:
- 400Mhz CPU , but snappy response
- 256MB ROM, 128MB RAM! (Other reports show “In use: 43.96mb, Free 57.72mb)
- 320*320 screen
- Full Tri-band 3G, Quad-band GSM
- 2 Megapixel camera
- microUSB connector!
- 3.5mm Earphone connector
- 1500mah battery (this is looking like it might actually be true?)” More photos here: