CDMA Mobile Phones for New Generation
In last few years, we have seen a tremendous change in the Indian Consumer Market. One of the products that have marked a strong foothold in the market is Mobile Phone. The era of phone started with normal operating system, bulky handsets, small screens with black & white colors and high prices. Then came a time, when the revolution started in the telecommunication sector and with modern technological advancements came latest cellphones that are instilled with advanced features and respectively low in cost. I remember my parents used to tell me the stories that post office was only the medium at their time to convey messages to their loved ones. Of course, as the time changed, we have been witnessed to the advanced technology, which has changed the way we communicate now. According to the Latest Mobile Phones Reviews, the market for CDMA mobile phones has been badly hit because of the launch of latest and next generation smartphones. So has the era of CDMA mobile phones ended?
Let’s take a quick review on the pros and cons of CDMA mobile phones. These handsets are regarded as the entry-level mobile phones that are loaded with various features but not as effective to GSM smartphones. But with the modern inventions, GSM and CDMA mobile phone providers are offering equal range of facilities to the consumers. In fact, CDMA mobile handset companies are introducing better and improvised versions of devices in order to keep pace with next generation smartphones. Better known as Code Division Multiple Access, CDMA technology is being used in communication devices since long. In India, Telecom giants like Tata Indicom and Reliance Communications were the first companies to introduce CDMA technology in their handsets. Moreover, these cellphones have an upper hand in rural India because of their low prices and minimum initial investment. Apart from being affordable, these handsets are known for extended battery life, their clear voice quality, call conferencing and other entertainment features like radio, games & calculator.
Also these mobile phones are one of the best substitutes of fixed landline connections. Further, the input of latest technology in these mobile phones has made them reasonable hit in the urban market also. Now-a-days, even CDMA phones have been revamped keeping in mind the changing trends and fashion-oriented consumers. One of the most talked about CDMA phone is Samsung Galaxy Pop i559. A 3G enabled handset, it features 3.14 inches TFT capacitive touchscreen and a 3.2 megapixel camera. This CDMA phone from Samsung is provided with Reliance connection and runs on Android v2.2 (Froyo) operation system. Moreover, Galaxy Pop i559 is also integrated with high speed WLAN, USB ports and version 2.1 Bluetooth.
Further, another best phone in CDMA range is Samsung Mpower Txt M369, which is known for its 2.0 megapixel camera and high quality MP3 player. Capable of recording up to 200 dialed, received and missed calls; its memory can be expanded up to 16GB. Mpower Txt M369 also has QWERTY keypad and provided with high speed Reliance Net connect. So, all you thought about CDMA phone was that it was used for making and receiving calls. The Latest CDMA Mobile Phone in India is all set to give tough competition to its other GSM counterparts.
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