Launched in India way back in 90’s, mobiles – the flashy gadgets can be found everywhere, in the pockets, in hands hardware, near the ear, on the desk, on the shelf, in the bag – these tiny objects have found place everywhere. Mobiles have become a part of life; today no one can even imagine a life without mobiles. From the ones which come as cheap as Rs 1500 to the ones which come with a range of whooping million rupees (like the worlds’ costliest Diamond Crypto Smart phone priced at $1.3 million manufactured and marketed Mosco based Ancort Company).
As the price range increases so does the technology. Todays’ mobiles come with latest technologies and services which provide customers with an interactive environment enabling him to be in touch with global community. These features like Wi – Fi, voice over IP, HSDPA(high speed downlink packet access) – a 3rd generation technology, inbuilt camera, Bluetooth, stereo FM Radio, MPEG Video Record, music playback, video game, infrared, instant text and MMS messaging, TV playback and what not. Today’s’ mobile phones are more than just a gadget which can be used for conversation, they are a whole world in themselves.
So, be it Sony Ericsson, Nokia, Samsung, Motorola, O2, all of them are coming up with latest technology. As a number of mobiles and new models are being pushed up in the market, so is the competition in terms of price and features is also coming up. In this rush, customers do gain in terms of competition. Still, when it comes to buying a new mobile phone, one has to see his requirements and budget. There is no use of taking a mobile phone which has a large number of functions but are of no use to the buyer. It’s best to buy the mobile phone with the latest technology which is of use. Buy the mobile phone which suits your pocket, has the latest features and can be used as per your business, personal or artistic use.