Vodafone Blue Price in India is around 4,950/-. Vodafone has just released their Facebook dedicated handset in India called the Vodafone Blue. The Vodafone Blue is developed in collaboration with Facebook which comes bundled with true social networking functions and has the qualities of a smartphone. The dedicated F button also allow the user to upload pictures, visit profiles and update status at a single click. Most interestingly, the facebook profiles are synced with the phone’s address book. Beside integrated Facebook client, the Vodafone Blue also supports Google talk, ichat, XMPP, Facebook, ICQ, gadu-gadu, AIM, and also comes with default Email client with POP3 and IMAP4 support as well as Opera Mini web browser. It brings a 2.4-inch QVGA landscape TFT display which offers resolution of 320 x 240 pixels.
Celkon A1 Price in India is around 4,999/-. Celkon has introduced a new dual SIM and dual standby supported Android smartphone called the Celkon A1. The new Celkon A1 is running on Android v2.2 Froyo operating system and brings a 3.2-inch WQVGA TFT touchscreen display with 3D G-Sensor. The smartphone supports up to 32GB of T-Flash card and features a 2.0 megapixel camera with digital zoom. In addition, the new Celkon A1 smartphone also comes equipped with FM radio facility, Bluetooth support, and much more. Lets have a look on the below features list to grab more about the Celkon A1 dual SIM Android smartphone.
Celkon A1 Features and Specifications:
The technology major world’s largest online retailer on its way to making smartphones by 2012, Amazon planning for smartphone launch in 2012. Its headquarters based in Seattle, United states.
They have diversified businesses that include online bookstore, video games, electronic products etc. The company rose to immense popularity with the recent success of its tablet named Amazon Kindle Fire that runs on the android platform and was sold at a relatively affordable price compared to its competitors such as Apple’s ipad2 as well as Nook tablet.
Foxconn International Holdings, the premiere device manufacturer for the Apple based devices. The rumor is that Amazon is hand together with Foxconn International Holdings, Analysts believe that the development of smartphone by Amazon is desirable taking in to consideration the huge success they have achieved with the release of Android based Amazon Kindle Fire tablet. With the release of Amazon Kindle fire tablet, Amazon in fact gave a big boost to the Android tablet interface which directly helped in building slate apps for the developers
Google launched Schemer, an invitation-only website which help users to discover new things and share schemes with others using Google+. As per the site, users can find stuff to do, big and small; keep track of what they want to do; and get ideas from celebrities, experts and friends. Schemer is actually a Google+ app and it’s likely that you’ll be able to use it inside Google+ in the future. Google also promises to launch a mobile app for Schemer so you can find schemes related to your location.
Whether it’s exploring a new city, checking out a friend’s movie recommendation, or just finding new activities for your weekends, Schemer lets you discover new things to do, share schemes with friends, and make the most of your day. Think you’re up for it? Join Schemer. Each Scheme is any activity that can be done on Earth. And this covers activities from your Favorite dish to a fishing spot.
Schemer lets you define goals and mark the things you’ve already accomplished. You can inspire other people, find people who have the same goals and join the conversation. To make it easier to find a scheme, you can add tags and locations. The site’s partners include Food Network, Zagat, Bravo, IGN, Entertainment Weekly, National Geographic, and Thrillist among others. so you can get ideas from experts, not just from your friends. This is the beta version of service is reserved to few members who can invite others via invitation as the Gmail did on his launching time.
Google+ is included new feature called Find My Face [Face Recognition in Google+], which helps other people tag you in their photos. Find My Face uses the face recognition data from Picasa Web Albums to make suggestions. The feature is disabled by the default and you can enable it from the settings page. Unlike Facebook, Google won’t enable this feature by default. Google says that it will share this data with the people you know, which probably means the people from your circles.
Find My Face, an easier way to tag photos of yourself and your friends. By turning on Find My Face, Google+ can prompt people you know to tag your face when it appears in photos