Motorola DROID 3


Without a doubt, the first thing that takes observe is the handset’s significantly larger frame compared to its predecessors, which is due to the bigger display it’s packing along. Both longer and wider in form, the handset actually manages to shed some thickness (0.5”) to make it slightly more streamline – though, it’ll stick out prominently in your pockets.

Although it retains the former’s fundamental design characteristics, like its known industrial design, it sports some heavier solid lines and sharper contours. At the same time, its tough gunmetal-like plastic casing, combined with its soft touch rear, allows the handset to considerably feel more solid. Indeed, it’s heavier (6.49 oz) this time around, but it aids in maintaining its balanced figure. Not hiding the fact that it’s a DROID tool from afar, we’re digging its developed design approach.

The Droid 3 offers a 5-row QWERTY keyboard, the 5th row being a dedicated to numbers. I've used other Droid keyboards in the past and they all the time seem to fall below par for me. My first impressions of the Droid 3's keyboard was good, and has remained throughout my every day use of the device. The keys have a good amount of spacing between them, great feedback, and a rubberized sense.

The Droid 3 has an 8MP camera that produced wishy-washy shots at best. I think the camera could have taken much better shots than it did. I did notice a fine bit of lag when snapping photos. Motorola offers a cool "panoramic" result that's built into the camera, but when using the effect, photos are saved 2/5 times.

The phone only lagged out a few times, but not at all to the point that I had to pull the battery. I think the main reason for any slight lag is MotoBlur. Although the improved Blur is much better, we can't escape the fact that manufacturer UIs cause lag here and there. The only apps that seem to lag at all are system applications. Of course, Blur can't take all the blame, because a dual-core processor should be able to cut through the UI like butter.

Battery Life:
Before I got my Droid 3, I read on various blogs that the it has important battery life. Because of this, I opted to not get an extended battery. That was a bad idea. It may just be me, but the battery life is not the best. I actually dislike how many Android sets have horrible battery life, and the Droid 3 only reaffirms that.

Samsung Omnia W I8350


Samsung Omnia W features a super sleek design with a metallic finish and a wide screen. It is 10.9 mm thick and pretty sleek with height and width of 115.9 mm and 58.8mm respectively.
It features a super AMOLED display touch screen with a size of 3.7”  and screen resolution of 800×480 pixels.
It has 5 MP camera with led flash. There is no provision for inferior cameras.
Processor And OS:
Samsung Omnia W possesses windows handset 7.5 Mango OS and powered by a processor of 1.4GHz.
The memory of Omnia W is of 8GB among RAM of 512MB.
It has wi fi support of 802.11b/g with micro USB and GPS service.
It has standard Li-Ion  1500 mAH battery which is lasting enough to ensure uninterrupted  usage.
Other features:
The other features include multimedia, media sharing, automated individual diary and much more. It has FM Radio with RDS. The available color in this model is modern black.

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