Buying a Mobiles New Moible Phone Tips

Its a helpful guide if your planning to buy a Java Mobile Phone. Java mobile phones are mostly used and popular in India and rest of the world. The reason is they’re cheap than other platforms like Symbian, Windows Mobile and easy to use and almost virus free. At the same time they offer all the necessary functionality to a general user. You can play music, video and games; use camera; gprs for net; offers large storage in GBs and you also install external Java applications like internet browsers or games. And all other basic operations like calender, alarm etc.
The Java OS mobiles you can got very advanced java phone which offers advanced features like 3G and touch screen.
The general mobile user has always loved the versatility of what was once upon a time called the Chinese Mobile. They offered a few things that not even the biggest players in the game could, like Dual SIM functionality and touchscreen displays on normal candy-bar handsets at obscenely low prices. These handsets have now been refined to an extent and re-emerged under brands that keep cropping up almost on a weekly basis, I wish I were exaggerating about that. Considering their vast numbers, shapes and sizes, here are five generic points to keep in mind if you’re in the market for one of these java mobiles.
1. The Keypad of Phone:
Since the messaging and Social Networking site are very popular these days and than keypad is very important part of a phone. It’s really important to keep in mind that even though these handsets come in somewhat varied shapes, the core design is essentially the bar form. A very important factor to take into account before purchase is the keypad. With texting and social networking taking precedence over other handset features, it’s vital for the keypad to be comfortable for prolonged usage. Irrespective of whether it’s QWERTY, standard alphanumeric, or virtual (in touchscreen handsets) it must be well designed enough to facilitate easy as well as quick typing.
2. The Connectivity Ports:
These day ports a are very matter in a phone when it enable you to connect phone to PC for easy file transfer or 3.5mm music socket. It limits the availability of using alternative standardized cables or chargers. Look for mini or micro USB connectors for PC connectivity. It’s also a problem when manufacturers include just a single all-in-one port for charging, USB and handsfree connectivity. You should also bear in mind that a 3.5mm handsfree socket implies you’re free to use a better set of earphones if you desire and of course that also makes getting replacement’s easy.
3. User Interface (UI) must be User-Friendly:
User interface is a very important part of a phone. Even there’s nothing much you can do about the operating system as it’s pretty much identical across the bar. However each company tends to design a user interface over this Java OS to try and make the handset a little more appealing. You’ll have to look past the fancy colors and icons to figure out just how easy it is to use on a regular basis. It’s usually just the desktops and music player skins that are customized. Some of the touchscreen devices provide for access to plenty of functions directly from the desktop making some features single click access.

4. GPRS, Connectivity, Social Networking and Email:
In the era of SNS (social networking sites), you can’t expect too much in the way of connectivity with most of these budget handsets but still many low cost mobiles offer easy connectivity with SNSs. As a standard most of them support basic WAP for internet and some offer GPRS support. When it comes to Bluetooth connectivity, quite a wide range support A2DP or stereo Bluetooth. With social networking being so popular these days look for apps like Nimbuzz or dedicated Facebook, Twitter or Orkut apps that come preloaded with many devices. Some devices also come with additional IM Chat applications as well. Quite a few (not all) of these handsets that support GPRS will come with IMAP and POP email support.
To know about using internet in phone by downloading a third party browser visit here:Mobile Internet Browsing Guide. For downloading free application for your mobile visit here: Free Mobile Applications.

5. The Multimedia Features:
Multimedia is definitely a great feature and available in good quality even in lower range mobiles. In this category one should look for a music player that preferably comes with EQ presets to help enhance audio. An even better option would be to have a customizable graphic EQ setting as well. In a majority of cases, handsets with this particular feature have fared much better in terms of total audio output. The FM radio should have a recording option and the video player should be capable of playing standard 3GP and MPEG 4 files in a 320 x 240 pixel resolution without framing. That’s hard to find but the handsets that do support that are worth considering. Don’t worry too much about the camera, most of these 2MP, 1.3MP or VGA cameras aren’t all that great but most are provisioned to be used as a Webcam when connected via USB to your PC so look for that feature.
If you keep all above points in mind when going for low budget mobile phone, you should end up with one that will fulfil all your needs from listening music to updating your SNS status. The price may be differ accordingly the feature and brand you go for, but to get the best out of even that low a price look for the ones that offer additional accessories like extra batteries, a memory card etc.

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