Nametones: the New Definition of Latest Mobile Phone

By: Gian Bryan

At first it was the monophonic ringtones, then came the polyphonic ringtones, next came the realtones, and now it is the nametones in the public domain.Monophonic ringtones are capable of producing only one single melodic note at a time. A polyphonic ringtone plays multiple instruments from a MIDI file at the same time, making the ringtone sound like music. Realtones, technically speaking are mp3 songs or songs in another format.

Very often people got confused between realtones and polyphonic ringtones. The difference between realtones and polyphonic ringtones is the fact that polyphonic ringtones are .midi files and realtones are .mp3 or another music format. So, with the Midi files users are capable of hearing beeps like the polyphonic and monophonic ringtones do. While Mp3 files are compressed songs; so users of the phone hear the real song of the radio but only a shorter version.

Beyond these realtones, now you have nametones. As the name suggests it is like a realtone with your name in it. Nametones are the latest must have for your mobile phone. They're cool, fashionable and comes with loads of fun. You hear your name as a cool ringtone when someone call up; something like "Peter, you're telephone rings pick it up before it's too late." or "Hey Pete your cell phone rings, pick it up!"

One would find the comes in different sort of style. There are pop nametones, bubblin nametones, hardcore nametones, r&b nametones and a lot more in the array of this genre. Wait before you get too excited and run for the nametones, it will work when your phone supports realtones.

So if you look at the past when the monophonic ringtones were a huge hype in the mobile entertainment business, and later on the polyphonic ringtones became huge. The realtones and nametones will probably be the next huge mobile entertainment hype.

Now service providers are providing personalised mobile music nametones. There are Singing Nametone, Love Nametone:
Your partner listen when they receive a call, e.g. [ Jenny ], my darling, oh please pick up the phone. And there is Caller Nametone: The phone will sing the contact's name when they call, e.g. [Christine ] is calling. To Please visit our site .

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