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Natalie Hernandez Smartphones by Mind Map: Natalie Hernandez
Smartphones
0.0 stars - 0 reviews range from 0 to 5

Natalie Hernandez Smartphones

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HTC Thunderbolt

Operating system

Android, Pros:, An Open application Market, Faster than other operating systems, Always updating the system, Many models and carriers, Cons:, Prone to viruses, Battery life is low, May crash, Complicated to understand for some people.

Features

GPS Navigation

Bluetooth

Applications

Mobile Hot Spot, Connects Wireless to up to 8 devices, Additional $20 fee

DNLA, Connects to compatible TV

Touch Screen

FM Radio

Camera, 8MP HD camera, HD Video camera, Front facing camera

SPECS

Weight:5.8oz

Dimensions:4.8"x2.6"x.05"

Battery:, Talk:6.3 Hours Max, Stand By:312 Hours Max

Display:, LCD, Resolution:480x800 Pixels

Platform/OS:, Android Version 2.2.1

Processor:, 100 MHZ Qualcomm Snapdragon MSM8655

Memory:, 8gb internal memory additional 32Gb included

Modes:, CDMA/LTE

Sources:

http://www.phonescoop.com/

Blackberry Bold 9780

Pros:

At its best with the battery life.

Has better voice quality

Less drop calls

5 Mega-pixel Camera

Cons:

Browser has improved, but still has a little more improvement.

Iphone 3GS

Pros:

Browser has improved, but still has a little more improvement.

2.Excellent call quality

3.Not one dropped call, as yet

4.The bluetooth headsets have not disconnected

5.Not once, unlike both of my other current phones

6.The user interface is elegant! It just work.

Cons:

1.Battery Life- It seems to be related to phone useage, not e-mail.

2.TomTom not yet available

Source:

http://tinyurl.com/5r29a5g

HTC:EVO

Cons:

1.Solid feel

2.Excellent sounds quality

3.External lock button

4. 8 MP camera

5. Google Contact Syncing

6. Text messaging

Pros:

1. Needs USB to 3.5mm adapter

2.Web browser is not very good

3.No calender syncing available

Source:

http://tinyurl.com/3z3podk

Samsung Sidekick 4g

Pros:

1.Fun to use, like previous SK's but Android is a better OS choice I must admit.

2.Nice assortment of applications available- I am going from a MotoQ running WinMo 6.1 to Froyo so am probably easy ti impress.

3.Phone sound and signal quality are great and it synced with Ford Sync system perfectly and all features work except the Sync texting but most phones don't support that anyways

4.Everything else seems to work as it should so i am giving a 4 star rating based on the total package and hoping that the speed issue mentioned below as a Can's is related to today's conditions or my current location.ode

Cons:

1.Internet speed was pretty slow and inconsistent. Running Ookla's speed test on 4G I got a range of .39 to .9 upload and about .56 download speeds. Ping was high at over 500 ms consistently. This test was run while the phone was indicating a 4G connection on T-Mobile's system

2.As I said, some things, like the PoP setup are not easy to find and necessitated a call to customer service to locate.

3.Keyboard lights seem to go dim in about 2 seconds- probably another buried setting that i need to find.

Source:

http://tinyurl.com/6xro5ue

Motorola Droid Bionic

Pros:

1. Android Os is impressive

2. Stock browser is pretty decent!

3. App store makes the phone a little more interesting

4. a little more freedom the the iphone

Cons:

1. for a 3mp camera its terrible( iphone is noticably better)

2. a couple bugs(but hey what 1st gen doesnt right?)

3. small buttons!(coming from a wing owner, i miss those big boxy buttons!)

4. terrible data connection.

Source:

http://tinyurl.com/3xeg2u4