The vibrant 2.2-inch display supports 262,000 colors. Graphics and photos are sharp; text is readable; and colors are bright. Three menu styles are available, and each option is attractive and easy to use. You can change the backlighting time, the menu-font size and style, the dial-font size and style, and the clock format. The display is difficult to see in direct light, but that's not unusual on a Samsung phone. The camera lens, flash, and a speaker are on the back of the slider. As a result, you'll need to have the phone open to take photos.
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The processor is a slight update from the Snapdragon 800 that Qualcomm unveiled at the Consumer Electronics Show in January of 2013. The Snapdragon 801, announced at Mobile World Congress, includes integrated 4G LTE and 802.11ac Wi-Fi for fast connectivity. The chip also has a quad-core Krait 400 CPU with speeds of up to 2.5GHz per core. It also has an Adreno 330 GPU (graphics processing unit) for premium graphics. Overall, Qualcomm boosted the performance of the CPU, GPU, digital signal processor, camera sensor, and memory components of the chip while keeping the software and other features compatible with its other processors to speed development for handset vendors. The Snapdragon 801 enables higher quality imaging, as well as improved mobile graphics and gaming, higher speed SD card memory, and hardware for dual-SIM service in China.
It's no secret SMS is wildly popular, but according to a new report from research firm Ovum, carriers around the world lost quite a bit of revenue last year after mobile phone owners turned to other services to chat with friends, The research firm revealed yesterday that carriers lost $13.9 billion in SMS revenue in 2011 because of consumers chatting with friends on social-messaging applications, Those applications range from everything from Facebook's mobile app, which features chatting, to instant-messaging apps, Apple's unicorn girls glitter #1 #shiny #pastel #decor #art #society6 iphone case iMessage is also included in that list..
Lastly, the Japanese-Swedish manufacturer showed off the Yari, a follow up to last year's F305 with a focus on gesture gaming controls. The F305 used an acceleromter to control games, like 10-pin bowling with a swing of your arm, but while the F305 was a prepaid model, the Yari is a mid-range product with a 5-megapixel camera and assisted-GPS hardware. It will also sport a function Sony Ericsson calls Music Call, letting you play a track from your music library to a friend during a phone call to them.