3 Mobile Phones: Fully Loaded and Lightening Fast

By: Carly

Over the years, mobile phones have undergone tremendous change. From being a brick-size talking device with ordinary features, handsets today, have become sleek, slender and sophisticated. With the introduction of newer technologies mobile phones have got a complete makeover and have now got wider usage abd consequently acceptability. Mobile phones enabled with 3G technology is one such addition to mobile telephony.3G enabled mobile phones or 3 mobile phones use the power of 3g technology to offer a host of new features and that too at high speed. 3G technology provides the facility to transfer both voice and non-voice data on the mobile phone. Non-voice data includes exchanging e-mail, downloading content, instant messaging features in addition to video-calling. With video-calling 3G allows you to, not only converse with the contact person but also help you to see him talking. Such amazing features provided by 3G technology has taken mobile communication to another level.

The amazing capabilities which 3 mobile phone offers has made them popular across the globe. With such a demand for 3G mobile phones, handset manufacturers have also seen the potential for 3G mobile phones and have started embracing this powerful technology. All major manufacturers in the world be it Nokia, Samsung, LG or Motorola, they all have 3G empowered mobile phones in their repertoire. LG U300, LG U890 from LG; Motorola E1070; Sony Ericsson W850i, Sony Z610i, Nokia 6280, Nokia E61 in addition to the entire N-series range of Nokia are equipped with 3G technology.

In the United Kingdom, 3 mobile phones have been accepted by people from all walks of life. Depending on the mobile service providers, people are enjoying mesmerizing capabilities on their device. This has brought convenience and comfort in the lives of a majority of people.

So, select a 3 mobile phone and do much more than conversation with your mobile phone.

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