iTALKonline SOLID BLACK WAVE Part Silicone Gel Crystal/Hybrid Hard Case Cover Protector for Apple iPhone 4 4G HD
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- Cool wave design which is half silicone and half crystal
- Keeps your iPhone 4 compact and sleek
- Easy access to all buttons and headphone jack
- Protects from scratches, fingerprints falls and dust
- Tough and durable – Easy to fit and remove
The iPhone 4 wave case. Ergonomic design and tailored to fit the specified model. The case is half silicone and half crystal and will give your iPhone a cool fresh look. Easy to fit, simply stretch the case from the edges and push the iPhone 4 in. Allows access to all buttons and headphone jack. Slim fit ensures your mobile phone does not look bulky. Perfect protection from dust, scratches and falls…. More >>
EMARTBUY TEXTURED FLORAL WHITE CLIP ON PROTECTION CASE/COVER/SKIN FOR BLACKBERRY 8520 CURVE / 9300 CURVE 3G + SCREEN PROTECTOR
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- EMARTBUY TEXTURED FLORAL WHITE CLIP ON PROTECTION CASE/COVER/SKIN FOR BLACKBERRY 8520 CURVE / 9300 CURVE 3G + SCREEN PROTECTOR
- Hard Textured Clip on protection cover for device
- Stylish and protective
- Flower design with Textured Canvas finish
- Perfect fit
This hard shell case is the ideal solution to protect your handset from unwanted scratches and marks. Specially designed to fit the size and shape of your phone covering all sides and corners. There is no need to remove the handset from the case as all ports and keys are easily accessible. This hard case is a great protective solution for your phone, you won’t be disappointed…. More >>
Proporta In – Car Charger for or Palm Tungsten Treo 600 / 650 / Tungsten T5/TX / Tungsten E2 / LifeDrive
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- Charge your device whilst in transit
- Compatible with standard cigarette lighter socket
Never be left without power wherever you go. Charge your device on the road from your vehicle’s cigar lighter socket and always stay connected…. More >>
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Premium Quality XYLO 3.5mm Stereo Mini Jack to Jack Plug Hi-Fi AUX Cable Lead. Great for MP3 players, iPods, Mobile Phones, Car Stereos, PDA’s. Part of the XYLO ACCESSORIES RANGE.
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- High Quality Moulded Cable
- Length: 10 Metres. Male to Male.
- Headphone / Microphone / Speaker Stereo Jack Connection
- At XYLO UK we are sure you will not be disappointed with this fantastic product.
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These days, a phone isn’t worth having if it doesn’t have a top-notch snapper strapped to its back.
We’ve rounded up the crème de la crème of camera phones and delved a little deeper than simple megapixels to establish what handsets should be on any self-respecting mo-pho’s (mobile photographer’s) wishlist.
Here are our recommended 10 best camera phones for 2010.
1. Nokia N8
Nokia is fond of using a snazzy Carl Zeiss lens to lend credibility to its camera-phones and the Nokia N8 is no exception.
Its massive image sensor (the biggest of any smartphone currently on the market), f/2.8 aperture and 5.9mm focal length produce photos that are almost film-worthy.
Unfortunately, there’s no optical zoom, just a disappointing 2x digital option – but the good quality optics, Xenon flash and manual controls for everything from the white balance to ISO settings make it an excellent choice for the photography-conscious.
Read our full Nokia N8 review
2. Samsung Pixon 12
The Samsung Pixon12 offers a 30mm wide-angle lens, which gives us a wider field of view than the majority of the handsets examined here.
ISO settings range from 50 to 1600 and with the option to manually set the ISO as well as controlling white balance, resolution and exposure compensation, so you can exert a measure of control over the final image that’s missing from, say, the Sony Ericsson Satio.
For all those 12 megapixels, however, we’d like to see a better image sensor on board the Pixon12 to make the most of what’s in front of the lens. That said, the handset is quick to focus and handles colour admirably.
Read our full Samsung Pixon 12 review
3. Sony Ericsson Xperia X10
When the Sony Ericsson Xperia X10 finally launched, we described it as one of the best around – and we stand by that assessment. Although the LED photo light is a poor substitute for a flash, Xenon or otherwise, day-lit photography is not bad at all.
The 8-megapixel camera has a 4.7mm F2.8 lens – it doesn’t sound very impressive on paper but in practice it makes for a good little point-and-shoot provided you’re not trying to win Wildlife Photographer of the Year or anything.
The fixed lens means we’ve only got digital zoom to play with (16x) but the sharpness of images is quite impressive and we can adjust the metering and white balance settings to tweak image capture based on conditions.
Read our full Sony Ericsson Xperia X10 review
4. iPhone 4
Apple doesn’t give you a great deal of control when it comes to the iPhone 4′s camera. You’re stuck with the handset’s automatic white balance and metering, and the iPhone 4 will set its ISO anywhere between 80 and 1000 depending on the subject.
The LED flash offers the option to be always on should you need it for fill lighting – just as well, as the auto-flash tends to be a little shy. Some measure of exposure tweaking is offered by the HDR setting, which combines three shots with different exposure settings to provide a more detailed final product – this can work well if you have a steady hand.
The result is that images often look great on the iPhone screen, but loses some clarity and gains some noise when viewed at full size.
Read our full iPhone 4 review
5. Motorola Milestone XT720
There is a plethora of shooting options on board the Motorola XT720, from standard face detection to self-portrait and six-shot burst shooting.
The abundance of ways to tweak the settings mean you can really get the best out of most shooting situations, from adjusting the white balance to touch-focus to ensure your intended subject really is the subject of your shot.
What’s more, the touch-focus tool also controls the shot metering so images tend to come out well balanced even with the Xenon flash deployed. With a short focal distance, you can also eke nicely detailed macro shots out of the XT720 too.
Read our full Motorola Milestone XT720 review
6. Samsung i8910 HD
With a digital zoom, LED flash and auto-focus now standard fare on camera phones, we always appreciate a bit of extra control in the photography department – and that’s what the Samsung i8910 HD gives us.
We can set the white balance, metering and ISO ourselves – anywhere from 100 to 1600. By changing settings to suit our shots, we managed to coax the best from the camera, particularly in low light situations where the auto settings let it down.
The other feature that gives the Samsung i8910 HD an edge is the option to take continuous shots – although it’s not the fastest mechanism in the world.
Read our full Samsung i8910 HD review
7. HTC 7 Mozart
We had grand hopes for the HTC 7 Mozart’s photography capabilities, given that its 8-megapixels gave it the highest resolution of all the Win Pho launch handsets. Sadly, it’s not top five material for our test.
Although the image quality is pretty good, the only element we had any control over was metering – but we couldn’t see any difference whether we instructed the camera to take the reading from the centre, spot or an average of the image.
The camera particularly struggles with brightness which indicates a poor ISO/shutter speed combo, neither element of which you have any control over.
Given its sRGB colour profile, shots taken with the HTC 7 Mozart lean towards the primary colours so mid-tones tend to get a little lost.
Read our full HTC 7 Mozart review
8. Sony Ericsson Satio
Sony Ericsson may have shouted about the Satio’s 12.1-megapixel snapper, but this handset proves that megapixels aren’t everything.
The lack of manual settings (you’ve no control over ISO settings other than by swapping pre-set scenes, for example) will frustrate, and the Satio’s tendency to opt for a slow shutter speed often results in blurry images.
The handset performs slightly better in low-lighting conditions with the Xenon flash providing even images, but there’s often something a bit lacking in the contrast department.
However, when you do manage to capture a steady, well-lit shot, the quality is good and translates well from small to large screen.
Read our full Sony Ericsson Satio review
9. Sony Ericsson C905+
On paper, the Sony Ericsson C905+ sounds great – CyberShot branding, Xenon flash, 8-megapixels to play with, exposure metering, smart contrast and macro mode – but its let down by lag and a lack of user control.
The handset offers up to 400 ISO but there’s no manual setting, you’ll have to rely on auto settings and various scenes. It’s a similar story with smart contrast but you can sometimes add a level of control by fiddling with the metering. We’d appreciate an always-on flash mode but this is, sadly, absent.
Although you aren’t handed a great deal of control, the image quality coming from the C905+ is good, with auto-settings generally offering quality good enough to compete with a traditional point-and-shoot.
Read our full Sony Ericsson C905 review
10. Nokia N86
Like its successor, the N8, the Nokia N86 features Carl Zeiss optics with a Tessar lens.
Its focus range is satisfyingly wide, from 10cm to infinity, so the macro setting offers crisp results where many other handsets struggle. We wouldn’t necessarily rely on it for long distance shots, despite the wide angle optics and 20x digital zoom.
The variable aperture is a real boon – you can opt for F2.4, F3.2 or F4.8, making the N86 an excellent choice for low-light shots.
But for all its control and 3264 x 2448 resolution photos, the N86′s outdated 18-month-old hardware makes it tough to compete with the new breed of camera phones.
Read our hands on: Nokia N86 review
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HTC WILDFIRE PREMIUM PU LEATHER FLIP CASE – BLACK, WITH 6-IN-1 SCREEN PROTECTOR PACK PART OF THE QUBITS ACCESSORIES RANGE
Posted by | Posted in HTC | Posted on 31-10-2010-05-2008
- Super looking case
- Specifically designed for the HTC Wildfire
- Sleek ergonomic design
- Direct access to touchscreen
- Includes 6-in-1 pack of screen protectors
Fantastic looking case for your HTC Wildfire. There are plenty of cases out there but this is built to last with style. Made of a premium PU leather mix this flip case will wear well and maintain the look of your phone. Specially designed with a plastic housing bracket your phone is held securley and with the full face exposed for unhindered use of touchscreen and controls. Design allows for full access to touch screen, side buttons, charging & headset ports, and c… More >>
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- Shipped From The Uk
- Phone Is Held Safe And Secure
- Made To Measure Your Exact Handset
- Full 1 Year Warranty
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Review – Genuine BlackBerry 9105 Pearl 3G Black Koskin Pocket Case Pouch (HDW-29556-001)The BlackBerry Pearl 3G Koskin Pocket Pouch is a form-fitted vertical case designed to protect your BlackBerry and its camera lens from bumps and scratches. It provides easy access to your BlackBerry Pearl 3G, just give your BlackBerry a gentle tug and it slides out smoothly.Plus, it features a battery-saving proximity sensor that shuts off the screen backlight as soon as … More >>