Review of Garmin Asus A10 GSM UMTS smartphone

“The smartphone uses Qualcomm MSM 7227 platform with a 600 MHz central processor. We receive 512 MB of RAM and the same 512 MB for data storage. Besides, the handset boasts an additional 4GB module (with around 3.7 GB available to users). I would also like to mention video playback and overall performance. Video samples in resolutions close to that of the screen itself (320×480) are played well, while higher resolution shots depend on their quality. The general speed of the interface is impressive and delays are hardly visible.” Read more here:

Dell Venue Thunders with Android 2.2 and 4.1 Gorilla Glass screen Heading To Korea

“Today, Dell has just announced their Dell Venue Thunders along site with the Dell Venue in South Korea. KT, the local carriers revealed the details on the 4.1-inch Android handset. The device will be available in South Korea by the end of this month. Priced at 700,000KRW which approximately $606, the device received a codename, Thunder. The Dell Venue Thunder will have a gorilla glass and runs with Android 2.2 OS. There’s no words when the handset will hit US.” via

Review of Motorola Defy MB525 GSM UMTS Smartphone

“Motorola decided not to save pennies on the screen and borrowed it from a Milestone. Such screen unification is a good move for customers as we get an accessible model with a high quality screen. The model sports a 3.7″ capacitive touchscreen with the resolution of 480х854. The screen is covered with a glass plate and can be operated with fingers only. You cannot use a stylus here. The screen offers true quality – brightness, contrast, good reproduction of images and texts impress a lot. It loses out to SuperAMOLED, which is not surprising in a mid market screen. It boasts multitouch support and the screen rotates automatically without any hitches. The screen fits up to 18 text lines and several service lines. These figures can move either way depending on an application” Read more here: