Phones today provide many services as compared to a few years back when they were only used for voice call communications.
In the wake of advancing technologies, phones have become very significant in accessing and supplying information and data as well as for communication purposes. In terms durability and more advanced technologies, Nokia phones have always proved that they can lead as other phone companies follows. This article compares three different phone models from different companies. The models featured are Nokia E73 Mode, Motorola EX115 and Samsung R360 Freeform II.
Nokia E73 Mode would better serve the organization’s needs as compared to other phone models of its caliber from other phone companies.
Nokia E73 Mode
Nokia E73 Mode is the latest Nokia phone in the market built to suit the changing trends of the customers and to meet the technology advancements. With a dimension of 113.8?58.4?10.
2 mm and weight of only 127.6g, Nokia E73 has been designed and is built in many modern features that allow it perform various functions favourable for the duties of members of the staff. It is both available in 2G Network and 3G Network. It is GPRS and EDGE Class 32 enabled and is also built with WLAN, USB, and bluetooth to support its data features. It has TFT and 16M display colours as well as an optical trackpad.
It has an internal memory of 250MB and a card slot of up to 16GB and comes with a free 4GB memory card implying that the phone has the highest storage capacity. It has both primary and secondary camera features with the secondary features built to support VGA videocall camera features. It has GPS features which is built in A-GPS and is also built to support several java features. The phone comes with a standard battery of 1500 mAh Li-lon and has battery stand-by period of 384 hours for its 2G network and 528 hours for its 3G network.
The battery can last for 13 hours of talk time for the 2G network and 6 hours for the 3G network. An online survey carried out on 2472 people by Nokia Company indicated that customers rate its performance, design and features at 70% (Nokia, 2011).
Samsung R360 Freeform II
It is the latest Samsung phone released in October, 2010, four months after the release of Nokia E73 Mode. This phone is built in 2G Network and has no GPRS and EDGE features. However, it can support 3G data and also has bluetooth and USB features. It weighs 108g and has a size dimension of 104.9?53.
8?15 mm. It has TFT and 256k display colours and an internal memory of 42 MB as well as a card slot of up to 16GB. It only has the primary features for video camera, but also supports A-GPS as well as MetroNavigator GPS. It has a standard battery of 1000 mAh Li-lon which can stand-by for about 550 hours and can withstand 5 hours of talk time.
An online survey which involved only 38 people carried out by Samsung Company rated its performance at 84%; its design at 87%; and its features at 85% (Samsung, 2011).
Motorola EX115 is also the latest Motorola model released in September, 2010. It is built in 2G network and does not support 3G data features. It has GPRS and EDGE of class 10 as well as bluetooth and USB features.
It has an internal memory of 50 MB and a card slot of up to 32GB. Its camera supports video and primary camera features. It has limited java features and no GPS. Its battery standard is 930 mAh Li-lon and has stand-by duration of 250 hours with talk time of about 3 hours and 20 minutes. An online survey carried out by the company on 1053 people showed that customers rate its performance at 75%; its design at 78%; and its features at 74% (Motorola, 2011).
These phones have various features with some being similar and some being completely different to given them their uniqueness. They all provide internet, messaging and calling services. Nokia E73 has the longest lasting battery as well as the highest standard Li-lon battery with 1500 mAh. While Motorola EX115 and Samsung R360 support 2Gnetwork, Nokia supports both 3G network and data.
Nokia E73 has an internal memory of 250MB and comes with a free external memory of 4GB. However, Motorola EX115 and Samsung R360 have 50MB and 42MB respectively and do not come with any free external memory card. The Nokia phone supports both primary and secondary features of video camera while the Motorola and Samsung phones only support the primary video camera features and therefore, unlike the Nokia phone, they do not have VGA videocall camera. Nokia E73 has GPRS and EDGE Class 32 as well as 3G data features while Samsung has only 3G data features and Motorola has EDGE and GPRS of Class 10. This and many more other features not mentioned, Nokia E73 Mode supports several functions as compared to Motorola EX115 and Samsung R360 Freeform II.
Given the nature of services that the organisation would want to receive from mobile phones, Nokia E73 Mode would be most preferable. The VGA videocall camera features, the 3G network, the GPRS and EDGE features, the large memory both internal and external as well as the longer duration that its battery takes when charged, shows its suitability for the organisation’s requirements.
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Samsung R360 Freeform II. Retrieved January 28, 2011, from http://www.gsmarena.com/samsung_r360_freeform_ii-3579.php