The Iphone 4 – A Risk Or Worth Buying

The iPhone 4 is the newest addition to the Apple line of smart phones, and contains many new features over its predecessor, the very well liked iPhone 3G. Whether you have always bought Apple products, or you are struggling with the decision to purchase another brand, it is a smart move to become familiar with the products that the iPhone offers before you commit to buying a new phone and plan. In this article, we will examine some of the iPhone 4’s characteristics.

While I love my iPhone 4, it may not be clearly for everybody. Do you need a Phone for more than making and receiving phone calls, then and iPhone may be for you. There are, after all, many cheaper phones on the market, so if you don’t want to take pictures, surf the internet, watch movies or use any of the other features that iPhone users brag about, why get one? Do you enjoy a device that has many capabilities?

Your iPhone 4 acts as a GPS device, which can be very useful when you’re driving, or even walking in an unfamiliar area. The iPhone can use a combination of cell towers, Wi-Fi and GPS to pinpoint your location and update as you move. There are many other sophisticated GPS tools you can download, like Magellan Roadmate, that will give you spoken directions and 3D images of buildings. When traveling, the iPhone 4 is such a great tool to help you navigate.

Surely, you have heard the news by now that Verizon will provide service the iPhone for the first time. Previously, it was only the AT&T network, which many people considered to be one of the worst aspects of the iPhone. Starting as of February, 2011, you will be able to use the Verizon Wireless network with you iPhone.

If you are already a Verizon user, you will have the ability to upgrade your phone. Depending on the type of phone that you are utilizing, you might be able to use a trade in discount. Of course, if you not currently a Verizon customer, you can switch providers and begin service with the iPhone 4.

Apple products have had a large spike in popularity within the last few years. IPhones have been the most popular products. The iPhone 4 cannot be denied as being their most well liked model. The majority of people who own them are quite satisfied with them. One of the main complaints about the iPhone had to do with it not be usable with AT&T, but this should not be an issue anymore since Verizon is now the service provider. All in all, if you like using the most recent gadgets, you will probably be very pleased with the iPhone 4.

List of Verizon Android Phones for Christmas 2011

Christmas 2011 is only two weeks from now. So it’s the best time of the year to change your phone or older smartphone. The past 12 months have shown amazing development in the smartphone arena, so there are many exciting options left for you in this year. One year ago Apple iPhone is the number one in the market but now the leader is Android. There are many budget friendly cheap android phones in the market as well as heavyweight state of the earth droid. Oh ho! There are lots of tablets in the wild too! And they are good for everything now! As I remember, last year you had only iPad and Samsung Galaxy Tab on the market but this year I don’t want to count the number. That would take days now! I am here just mentioning the name with its significant features. I hope this will help you to quickly understand what you really want. Verizon Wireless is currently offering 32 Android smartphones and 15 tablets. Data pack required when you buy a handset in contract, starting as low as $20/month. Here I will show you the big deals only.

1. Samsung Galaxy Nexus LTE
Main Features-
Android 4.0 ice Cream Sandwich OS
4.65” HD AMOLED Display
Price: $300 on a 2-year contract, $650 without contract.

2. Motorola DROID RAZR LTE
Significant Features-
Ultra-slim Design
Reinforced Case
Price: $300 and $650 respectively.

3. HTC Rezound LTE
Main Features-
Beats by Dr. Dre
Beats Headphones
Price: $300 and $650 respectively.

4. Motorola DROID 3
Main Features-
5-row slide-out QWERTY Keyboard
Android 2.3 and Global Capabilities
Price: $200 and $460 respectively.

5. HTC Rhyme
Significant Features-
Tangle-Free Headphones
Charm Call Indicator
Price: $200 and $440 respectively.

Significant Features-
1GHz dual-core CPU and 1GB DDR2 RAM
4.3″ qHD Display
Price: $200 and $590 respectively.

7. LG Revolution LTE
Main Features-
1Ghz Snapdragon Processor
16 GB microSD card pre-installed
Price: $300 and $560 respectively.

8. HTC Thunderbolt LTE
Main Features-
Full 4G LTE support
4.3” Display
Price: $150 and $570 respectively.

9. Sony Ericsson XPERIA Play
Significant Features-
World’s First PlayStation Certified Smartphone
Pre-Loaded Console-Quality Games
Price: Free on a 2-year contract, $450 without contract.

10. Motorola DROID XYBOARD 10.1 LTE
Significant Features-
Dual-Core 1.2 GHz Processor
10.1″ Cinematic Screen
Price: 16GB model is $530 on a 2-year contract, $700 without contract, 32GB model is $630 and $800 and last 64GB model is $730 and $900 respectively.

11. Motorola DROID XYBOARD 8.2 LTE
Significant Features-
Dual-Core 1.2 GHz Processor
8.2″ Cinematic Screen
Price: 16GB model is $430 on a 2-year contract, $600 without contract & 32GB model is $530 on a 2-year contract, $700 without contract.
12. Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1
Significant Features-
Dual-Core 1GHz Processor
Available in black and white
Price: 16GB model is $430 on a 2-year contract, $700 without contract, 32GB model is $430 on a 2-year contract(discount price), $800 without contract.

13. Samsung Galaxy Tab
Significant Features-
16 GB microSD card pre-installed
1GHz Cortex A8 Hummingbird Processor
Price: $230 on a 2-year contract, $500 without contract.

14. Motorola Xoom LTE
Significant Features-
Dual-Core 1GHz Processor
2MP Webcam & 5MP Camera with 720p HD Video Capture
Price: $230 on a 2-year contract, $670 without contract.