Monthly Archives: November 2015

iPhone Vs Phone i9

Pirate-cousin Phone i9 have found to iPhone magazine editors. We were curious to see how big the difference from the original actually is, and establishes that the relationship is highly questionable. Phone i9 is not engineering art’s finest magnificent examples. The … Continue reading

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Keyboard Mobiles in Duel

Format with qwerty keyboard and screen above was made popular by BlackBerry. Newest in the genre is the Nokia E6 and HTC Chacha. We’ve compared them. Materials & quality Nokia E6 Nokia E6, quality, and doesn’t feel cheap. Despite the fact that the … Continue reading

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Better Calendar to Your Android Phone

The calendar is often astonishingly bad when you buy an Android phone. It leaves the field open for better calendar apps. We have tested them all. Among the features are absolutely amazing with Android is the calendar that automatically syncs to … Continue reading

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Duel: Sony Xperia Z Vs. HTC One

Sony and HTC have two monster lurking that are hard not to recommend. But both have advantages and disadvantages, so if you are forced to choose, which one should you take? We explain the issue. Screen Sony Xperia Z: Not quite as good … Continue reading

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Mobile Banks Tested

For you who choose the right bank, the economy now gather in the mobile phone instead of your wallet. We test mobile banks. Today, most of us use the internet bank, but to take banking services right out of the mobile … Continue reading

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Test: Huawei Sonic

To the exterior has Huawei caught up with the established brands, but inside the shell, one notices that Sonic is a cheap mobile phone. Google’s operating system Android should be the perfect tool for the Chinese mobile manufacturers zte and … Continue reading

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Nokia 500 in Test

Cheap, fast and colorful. It is the motto for the Nokia 500, a smart phone running Symbian version Anna who sneaked out just before the company’s new windows bet reaches the market. Nokia 500 fighters in a steep uphill climb. Just getting … Continue reading

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Test: Jabra Vox

In ear headset with support for Dolby Digital plus. Vox is In-ear version of Jabra Revo-series and thus also the gifted with Dolby Digital Plus technology. Just as you store the brothers Revo and Revo Wireless Headphone can be run in … Continue reading

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LG Me in Test

One can not complain about the LG Optimus Me when it comes to price or connectivity but the screen requires a sharp-eyed users. LG mobile Me is a budget that is mainly targeted at younger consumers. It’s small, tvålformad and look … Continue reading

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Nokia N9 in Test

It offers geeks all they could wish for, but is still seductive simple and smart for the rest of us. Nokia N9 with new operating system Meego is both smart and neat. The fact is that I get a little goofy … Continue reading

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Samsung Galaxy Tab 8.9 in Test

Samsung Galaxy Tab 8.9 has an ideal format, but Android Honeycomb is actually not very fun. “That’s right, this is how it should be” I feel when I first get the Samsung Galaxy Tab 8.9 in my hand. I have tested … Continue reading

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Test: Asus Fonepad

Good for video and creativity, but at the same time, something you can make normal voice calls with. We check if the main advantage of Fonepad is that you get the phone and plate in a. The first thing you … Continue reading

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Acer Iconia Tab A500 in Test

Instead of just rows of icons I move between home screens where everything is available in the current widgets. With the new Android tablet takes a prdentligt builds toward the future. The first question is what to have a tablet. Now that … Continue reading

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Sony Ericsson Xperia in Test

With a small footprint and high performance Sony Ericsson Xperia Ray occupies its own niche. I’ll say it once: I really like this phone. I like it much more than I thought I would do. My expectations when I read about … Continue reading

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ViewSonic V350 in Test

ViewSonic Android phone with dual sim card will broaden the range on the market but the question is how much the buyers overlook. If you look to the exterior so give V350 semblance of being an ordinary Android phone that … Continue reading

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Test: Otterbox Armor for Iphone 4/4S

Insanely brottarskal that definitely is not for everyone. OtterBox has invented something with their own Armor claim is the most durable Mobile Shell ever. The list of what the shell is capable of is impressive and to make you feel extra … Continue reading

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Great Test of Navigators

The screens get bigger while prices are shrinking. We have given ourselves out on the roads and tested eight car navigators from $100 and up. Garmin Nuvi 2200 Garmin’s entry-level model 2200 is small and flexible. The device is thin and with … Continue reading

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Sony Tablet S in Test

The Tablet’s are different, both when taking it in his hand, and when you click Start. A quick mental calculation shows that come out about 12-13 tablets in store in Sweden with Google’s operating system Android 3.0 and the consequence … Continue reading

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HTC Sensation XL in Testing

HTC Sensation XL is not a mobile that makes raised eyebrows but if you are a music lover, this is definitely worth a closer look. At first I was a little sceptical. How much can a mobile phone improve the sound? To … Continue reading

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Test: Samsung Galaxy S 4

Samsung Galaxy S4 is the year’s most anticipated mobile lip but it can really live up to the sky-high expectations? I began to feel a little worried when I saw the Samsung’s presentation by phone from New York. Some manufacturers tend … Continue reading

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4 Beautiful Gaming Apps to Android

It continues rolling in apps on conveyor belts in the Android Market. Here are four gaming apps worth taking a look at. Unblock Me Free Puzzle games are plentiful on the Android Market but this is one of the hidden gems. Basically, … Continue reading

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ZTE Skate in Test

Why should you pay extra for a mobile that has everything. Android under the hood gives ZTE Skate off to a flying start. The best phone today has a couple of things in common. One thing is that they have Android … Continue reading

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Motorola Razr in the Test

Motorola may have been conspicuous by their absence but new Razr is a return called duga. I’m sorry the Galaxy S2 but now do I replace you against a younger and better flavor. Okay, a while ago on the Motorola Atrix … Continue reading

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Test: Jabra Revo Wireless

Wireless top model from Jabra with NFC and Dolby Digital plus. The top model in Jabra Dolby Digital Plus-lurking is Revo Wireless that, not coincidentally, talk over bluetooth most of the time. Would you go on a battery however, cod is … Continue reading

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Navigator Mobile

We will choose the winner among five of the best sat nav apps Test by navigatorappar Should you invest in a stand-alone navigator or install an app on your phone? Do you have a screen of five inches or more, good … Continue reading

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Huawei Ideos X 1 in Test

It is certainly not fast, but wow what great Huawei Ideos x 1 is, anyway. When I start the Angry Birds, I taken the opportunity to download to your phone, it takes almost exactly one minute from the time I … Continue reading

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Samsung Galaxy Note in the Test

Samsung Galaxy Note brings out the philosophical discussions on mobile’s editorial staff. How big can a cell phone really be before it becomes the Tablet? The first thing I think of when I pick up the Galaxy Note is that it … Continue reading

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Test: Garmin Edge 810

The top model in the Garmin bike watches have been updated with a really good support for your mobile phone. Edge is a dedicated bike computer of the worst kind, with support for all types of sensors, a cyclist can … Continue reading

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