The latest Mobile Phone news to hit India is the launch of the new HTC Aria which features a 3.2-inch capacitive touchscreen which also has HTC Sense, it supports 3G HSDPA, for navigation it supports GPS, it also features a 5 megapixel camera, and is powered by the Android 2.1 OS with access to over 50,000 apps to choose from. With HTC’s own Friend Stream app, one can now know what’s new and what’s happening on with your friends with latest updates from Facebook and Twitter, without having to actually log in to Facebook or Twitter.
One can now take the easy route to wherever they are going thanks to Google Maps and GPS. All one needs to do is launch the application for instant turn-by-turn navigation, with live traffic updates, and it also provides alternate routes and much more.
The latest in Digital Camera news is the launch of the new Panasonic Lumix DMC-F2 digital camera a few specifications of which include a 10.1 Megapixels sensor that is 1/2.5-inch in size and has a total of 10.3 million pixels and uses Primary Color Filter that is Red Green and Blue filter. It comes with an aperture size of f 5.5 to f 22.0. It has a Focal Length of 5.0mm to 20.0mm which is a 35mm equivalent of 28 mm to 112mm.
The shutter speeds it supports are 8 seconds to a speed of 1/1000 seconds. It supports JPEG DCF Exif2.21 formats for capturing images, and the Video Formats that is supports quick time motion JPEG. In Continuous Shooting Mode it can capture images at a rate of 2.3 frames/sec and can capture up to a maximum of 5 images. The ISO Sensitivity options available in this phone include Auto , 80 , 100 , 200 , 400 , 800 and a high 1600 ISO setting.
It comes with a Built-in Memory of about 50MB which can be expanded using a SD Memory Card, or a SDHC Memory Card, and the newest SDXC Memory Card which can support up to 64 gb of memory. It comes included with a ID-Security Li-ion Battery Pack which is 3.6V, and provides 740mAh of power.
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