2009 is a great time for introducing new cell phones to the market, and these reviews will get you geared up and ready to purchase your new device. The capabilities available on new devices this year are nothing less than phenomenal, leaving you completely happy with your purchase.
If you are stuck on the fence with which cell you should be purchasing, or you are ready to begin looking into the newest phones on the market for a change of pace, the following reviews will help you to make your decision and purchase the ideal device for your needs. Each one will be sure to give you the features that you will be dying to use.
The much awaited LG Dare has the honor of the first review. This touch-screen cell has a very functional menu that allows you to drag information with your fingertip and drop it wherever you would like it to go. This device has a camera that allows you to take quality video and pictures with 3.2 megapixels.
The second cell review is for the LG Versa, a device that has wonderfully functional features. It includes both a camera and touch screen with the option of adding modules externally such as an actual game pad controller or full keyboard. Of these two wireless devices, the LG Versa is best because it has more capabilities, but neither will have you disappointed.
The review for the T-Mobile Sidekick LX fines a versatile handheld cell device with GPS, 3G and Flash support for videos. While the GPS is a bit awkward, using Microsoft Life Search as a way to find your locations, you have access to your favorite social networks such as the always great Twitter as well as Facebook.
The high-resolution screen allows for an excellent display and although the 3G network is not quite as widely available as with other carriers, you will enjoy its slim style. You will fall in love with the design, as it is slim and easy to use. This is a popular phone for those individuals who love to text, so definitely check it out.
The review of cell phones for Spring 2009 continues with Sprint’s Sanyo SCP-2700, the Samsung finesse which is the feature touch phone for Metro PCS, Sprint’s Instinct S30 and the AT&T Samsung Impression. From full keyboards, upgraded designs and features, an array of colors, and excellent phone quality, your options for Spring are just as plentiful as the flowers springing up at this time of year. Enjoy your new technology!