New York, NY, June 19, 2008 --(PR.com
)-- This summer, the rollout of 3G phones begins. This mobile technology standard has been used in Japan and South Korea since June of 2007, but only recently has the connection been made to U.S. subscribers. 3G connectivity as opposed to the ubiquitous 2G enables the user to experience faster downloads and surfing on the internet.
3G has gained popularity in recent weeks with the release of the 3G iPhone. Many phones already feature 3G connectivity, but it finally entered the mainstream with the Apple’s new product. Phones like the N75 have had access to 3G connectivity since 2006 and this is thanks to Nokia’s ability to plan ahead. Besides the Finnish manufacturer’s phones, there weren’t many 3G compatible phones on the market until now.
The HTC Touch Diamond is available now for $749.99 and is a phenomenal 3G phone with touchscreen technology. For the high-end user, there really is no substitute. 4 Gigabytes of internal memory and a slim case are just two of the great features of this phone. Style and grace are integral to the design of this phone, but that doesn’t mean that features are overlooked. Wi-fi, a 3.15 Megapixel camera, and the Windows Mobile operating system are standard with the phone and give it a cutting edge.
Nokia’s E51 which was released in November of 2007 is available for $399.99. This 3G compatible phone has great features that are meant for productivity. Dedicated keys on top of the keypad get you instantly to the menu that you need. A 2 Megapixel camera, Wi-fi, and a MicroSD slot are other features that this phone has.
These and other great 3G phones will be in high demand this summer and throughout the year. With these phones, the speeds achieved when browsing the internet will reach unthinkable new heights.
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