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iPhone vs. Android vs. BlackBerry how smartphone users see each other (Comic)

C-Section Comics recently published a humorous look at iPhone, Android, and Blackberry users, featuring how each segment of the smartphone user market perceives each other.

This is how smartphone users see each other:

Apparently, the typical iPhone user sees herself as hip, Blackberry users see her as a baby, and Android users consider her as part of Steve Jobs’ death squad. The typical Android user thinks he’s a genius. But iPhone users see him as a nerd, while Blackberry users as a loser in a dead-end job. Typical Blackberry users consider themselves as big-deal businessmen, but are seen as old fogeys by iPhone users, and dinosaurs by Android users.

From my personal observation, not necessarily so, but I do know that a lot of people do subscribe to them. Like Particularly the Blackberry user. We’ve been seeing many smartphone users moving away from the Blackberry platform because they are finally figuring out that no matter what email platform they use for corporate messaging, it just doesn’t make sense anymore to pay for their outrageously priced infrastructure when so many phones support ActiveSync.

Funny thing but somehow true….lol.

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Acer launched new complete Android Phone Line-Up

This will be the first time Acer will be carrying mobile handsets in the Philippines with 3 Android models, Aside from the Ferrari Liquid E Android smartphone, which was launched last week . Acer also launched 3 other Android phones with the Acer Liquid E as its top handset priced at Php23,900.

These 3, including the special edition Ferrari smartphone, are the ones officially available in the Philippines.

These are the:

 

Acer beTouch E400

At just 12mm thin, the slim and pure Acer beTouch E400 with its unique design is a real eye catcher. With 3 changeable battery covers in soft-touch black, ceramic white and pearl red, the E400 is more than a phone – it’s a style statement.

With support for up to 32GB microSD cards, the E400 is the perfect mobile jukebox for all your media files (music, pictures and videos).

The Acer beTouch E400 is ready to open your world to the endless possibilities of real mobile internet. With 3G and Wi-Fi connectivity, you can browse the web, update your social networks and have fun online whenever you feel like it.

Its Features:

Qualcomm 7227 600MHz processor
3.2″ resistive touchscreen display @ 320 x 480 pixels
256MB RAM, 512MB ROM
up to 32GB via microSD
WiFi 802.11 b/g/n
3G/HSDPA 3.6 Mbps
WiFi 802.11 b/g
Bluetooth 2.0 w/ a2DP
3.15MP fixed-focus camera
FM Radio tuner
GPS w/ aGPS
Android 2.1 Eclair
Li-Ion 1090mAh battery
Suggested retail price: Php15,500

 

Acer beTouch E130

The beTouch E130 stands out for its thin format and sophisticated design. An example of style and functionality: compact, linear, and professional. Even its dimensions are convenient – at just 11.5mm and 109 gr, it is perfect for practically any pocket. Conceived for those who want to enter the fantastic world of touchscreens but without giving up on the convenience of a traditional keyboard. In fact, under the 2.6” screen, the beTouch E130 hides a full QWERTY keyboard. The keys have been sized and positioned to allow maximum comfort, guaranteeing precision in typing: texting, or writing emails will be even easier and faster. Browsing will be fast and fluid: the beTouch E130 is the perfect device to manage professional and personal email accounts at the same time with readable attachments. It’s compatible with all popular email services as well as Microsoft Exchange servers (through Roadsync). And to be always updated it offers the possibility to synchronize your contacts to the web (through Google Contact Sync).Packed with Facebook, Twidroid and Google applications it will assure users to easily post and share their messages, pictures or music to the web.

Its Features:

ST Ericsson PNX6715 416MHz processor
2.6″ touchscreen display @ 320×240 pixels
QWERTY keyboard
Optical trackpad
256MB RAM, 512MB ROM
up to 32GB via microSD
3G/HSDPA 3.6 Mbps
WiFi 802.11 b/g
Bluetooth 2.0 w/ a2DP
3.15MP fixed-focus camera
FM Radio tuner
GPS w/ aGPS
Android 1.6 Donut
Li-Ion 1500mAh battery
Suggested retail price: Php12,500

 

Acer Liquid E

The Acer Liquid E was designed from the outset to keep you in touch and in control of your mobile communication unlike any other phone out there. To do just that, we’ve equipped it with the highly intuitive Android Éclair Operating System for a whole new level of interactivity and mobile freedom.

When it comes to sharing, Point it, shoot it, geotag it, send it or post it wherever you want. The Acer Liquid E is perfect for staying in touch with your friends on your favorite social networks like Facebook, Twitter and YouTube. The Acer Liquid E is available in Black, Red, and White- 3.5” high-definition (WVGA) capacitive screen · Unique, lightweight design (just 135g) · 5MP camera with autofocus and geo-tagging.

Its Features:

Qualcomm Snapdragon 8250 768MHz
3.5″ capacitive touchscreen @ 480×800 pixels
256MB RAM, 512MB ROM
up to 32GB on microSD (2GB included)
HSDPA 7.2Mbps, HSUPA 2Mbps
WiFi 802.11 b/g
5MP AF camera
GPS w/ aGPS support
Bluetooth 2.0 w/ A2DP
Lithium Polymer battery 1350mAh
Android OS v2.1 with Acer UI 3.0
Suggested retail price: Php23,900

 

 

 

Yugatech

 

BleckBarry – A fancy FAKEberry!

It’s Black, it’s Berry, It looks like BlackBerry, it sounds like BlackBerry! but wait, is it really a BlackBerry???…..No no no no…It’s a BleckBarry.

This is the handset that puts the “phone” in smartphone but, sadly, leaves out the “smart.”

This Fancy “smartPhone” has an amazing features, it has Dual Camera, Has photoflash lamp. Swing-to-next song/background picture function weighing 82.0grams,2.0-inch LCD vibrant color, a (Dual) 2 SIM Slots + Dual Network, a V2.0 bluetooth, 4GB memory in size, 300K Pixels Backside and Front Camera; Picture Max Resolution (640*480), Formatted with MP3/3GP/MP4/JPG/TXT, Built-in FM Radio and TV Tuner (PAL/NTSC/AUTO) , and a Dimensions of: 3.74 in x 1.97 in x 0.47 in (9.5 cm x 5.0 cm x 1.2 cm)
Weight: 2.89 oz (82 g).

This device really does do it all. It looks so much like a BlackBerry — right down to the cloudy looking OS — that no one will ever notice the difference. Me, I thought it was real for a few seconds..lol

Can you have what it takes to have this? I can’t wait to see the raspberry!..:)

Engadget

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