1Motorola, Acer, Samsung Release Smartphones at MWC
The touch-screen Quench offers capabilities such as pinch and zoom and a touch pad, and also features Motoblur, Motorola’s Android-powered content delivery service, which organizes messages and synchronizes contacts. The Quench also connects users to their music with a style of media player that lets users buy and download music from an MP3 store while integrating third-party apps such as TuneWiki, SoundHound, GoTV and YouTube.
3Acer newTouch P300
4Sony Ericsson Xperia X10 Mini Pro
The Mini Pro incorporates the company’s Timescape application, which brings users’ different forms of communication together in one place so they can quickly see text messages, missed calls and social networking communications, such as Facebook and Twitter updates, without having to open a lot of different applications. In addition, the interactive music player uses the “infinite button” to pull together all music content from the music store and YouTube.
Based on the company’s open platform operating system Bada, the Wave features a “Social Hub” messaging platform, including push e-mail, schedule syncing, and phonebook access to SNS, instant messaging and e-mail, as well as a 3.3-inch Super AMOLED display featuring tempered glass and smudge-resistant technology.
7Sony Ericsson Xperia X10 Mini
8Acer newTouch P400
9Sony Ericsson Vivaz Pro
The Vivaz Pro allows consumers to produce and broadcast their experiences in HD video, and the open platform also allows users to personalize their entertainment experience by downloading applications through PlayNow and the Symbian Developer Community. In addition, the handset features the company’s “human curvature” design philosophy, where the phone is shaped like the human body.