Get the LG Cookie on a 12 month contract with T-Mobile Combi 30 for £29.36 per month, giving you 300 minutes and 200 texts per month. You’ll receive £293 cash back, which is effectively 10 months free line rental. Cash back is claimed by sending off your bills in 4 stages at months 5, 7, 9 and 12. The offer is available only online from Phones4u.
The LG Cookie (or KP500) is a budget touchscreen phone. Unlike its big brother the LG Renoir, it doesn’t have 3G or a top camera. This reduces its cost and makes the Cookie fantastic value for money. It’s more compact and easier to use than some of the more expensive touchscreen phones, yet it still has a large 3 inch display. Simply press the virtual buttons on screen using your finger. Text can be entered by typing on the QWERTY keyboard which slides into view when needed. Or, with handwriting recognition, you can use the supplied stylus to write on the screen.
The camera has 3.2 megapixels, there’s a good media player, a built-in FM radio and microSD card support up to 8GB. There’s no 3G or Wi-fi, which is a shame as the web browser is actually quite good – but 3G and Wi-fi would have increased the cost and the size. With all other essential features included, it’s no wonder that the Cookie is one of the most popular touchscreen phones.
The highly anticipated Nokia 6700 is expected to be launched in June – keep watching this space for the exact release dates!
Record orders have been placed by retailers for the Nokia 6700, which replaces the hugely successful Nokia 6300, and is expected to set a new standard in the mid-range mobile market.
The Nokia 6700 is expected to cost around £220, the same price that the 6300 was released at. It is beautifully designed with excellent functionality and it will also be released in 3 different colours 6700 Black, 6700 Silver, 6700 Brown.
We are confident that it will become a best seller for 2009.
The new LG Arena is now FREE on an O2 200 24m contract for just £19.57 per month…
The KM900 Arena is the new touchscreen phone from LG. It devotes most of its front face to a 3 inch screen which makes it great for reviewing pictures, watching videos and internet browsing. It has a new 3D touch user interface named S-Class, which is amazingly sensitive with fluid menus and no lagging. The hardware graphics acceleration gives it some serious power and initial reports claim that this is the most impressive touchscreen phone since the iPhone was launched.
Under the skin of the LG Arena you’ll find a very respectable 5 megapixel camera with the esteemed Schneider Kreuznach lens and auto focus. It can record DVD quality video and it has DivX playback too. To save all those videos and photos there’s 8GB of internal memory, which can be expanded up to 24GB by adding a 16GB microSD memory card. Other noteworthy features include Wi-Fi, 3G, HSDPA, A-GPS and a standard 3.5mm audio jack.
The Sony Ericsson W715 is a slick, sleek and stylish Walkman phone with an elegant slider to cover the keypad.The W715 comes bundled with all the latest music software that Sony Ericsson provides, including a highly functional music player, intelligent Track ID, SenseMe and shake control. There’s also Bluetooth A2DP support for stereo headphones. Connectivity options are good too, with HSDPA (3.5G) and Wi-Fi for fast data transfer. It’s also Quad-band so it can be used almost anywhere in the world.
The Sony Ericsson W715 also has GPS and photos taken with the 3.2 megapixel camera can be tagged with their exact location. Although the camera isn’t in competition with the high end camera phones, it doesn’t disappoint.
With a weight of just 98g and a look of sophistication, it’s no wonder this Walkman phone is to be a major player in the market.
The Samsung Tocco Ultra (or Ultra TOUCH) is out now for less than £30 per month on a T-Mobile Combi 30 12month contract, with £90 cashback!
The Samsung S8300 Tocco Ultra is a slim professional touch screen phone. It’s only 12.8mm and includes an attractive slider, which reveals a useful keypad. The anti-scratch TFT touch screen is 2.8 inches, which is great for navigating menus, browsing the internet, playing games or viewing photos and videos taken by the Tocco Ultra’s impressive 8 megapixel camera.
The camera can take photos with a resolution up to 3264×2448 pixels. It has auto focus, a dual LED flash and can record video at 30 frames per second. Geo-tagging, image stabilisation, face and smile recognition are all great features that assist with taking perfect snaps.
The Tocco Ultra includes GPS, which means you will never get lost when you are out and about. The only downfall is that it doesn’t include Wi-Fi but it does come with 3.5G HSPDA and UK mobile networks let you add mobile internet to your package from as little as £5 per month.