Wednesday, 30 November 2011

Gaming on Phone

Today’s smartphones have proved to be greatly successful in converging a multitude of functions - as a communication device, music player, movie player, digital camera, and payment system - giving great convenience and entertainment to users. But its amazing gaming potential that allows you to chase the score of your friend and defeat him in real time is something that keeps youngsters hooked to smartphone these days. Driven by growing adoption of smartphones, social networking and mobile computing; the mobile gaming is gaining impetus.

Gaming in groups is a very interesting way of social integration. We have seen a transformation in social gaming – We have moved though card games and board games (chess, ludo, monopoly, etc) to video games played on TV screens in multiplayer mode and then to online games, played on PCs or laptops. And not to surprise, it has made its way into mobile phones as well.

Farm Ville, the most popular game on Facebook is now available on your mobile. The game is available in App Store and Android Market for download. Now, harvest crops and build up your farm and grow exponentially with your community on your iPhone or Android phones. City Ville is also available for download to iPhones. Besides these, there are innumerable social gaming apps are available in App Store, Android Market, Ovi Store, and other application store for different smartphones.

The popularity of social gaming is increasing day by day. Michel Guillemot, CEO of mobile game publisher Gameloft said “the future of social gaming is on mobile phones and away from Facebook.” As on present, Facebook is the major social gaming platform for the folk. Witnessing the fact that the mobile phones have overtaken the PC in terms of preferred Internet access device, application developers are being encouraged to develop mobile friendly apps.

Majority of people spend time on Internet for social gaming and social networking. Therefore, the players in game world are now focused on mobile social games. There is no exaggeration in saying that online games are moving from ‘social games’ to ‘mobile social games’.

Gamers can also play multi player video games wirelessly through Bluetooth. The introduction of NFC technology has also given an impetus to social gaming on mobile phones. One can connect two or more NFC enabled smartphones and play multiplayer games with full zeal.

Tuesday, 29 November 2011

RIM to launch device management security software for iPhone and Android devices

Security feature in smartphones is very crucial considering that people keep important data on their devices. Therefore, Research In Motion (RIM), the maker of BlackBerry is about to launch its new device management software, Mobile Fusion in the first quarter of 2012. The software will work on range of devices such as Apple’s iPad, iPhone, and Android devices. It will allow corporate IT staff to set and monitor rules for password, apps, and software on devices.

Mobile Fusion allows a company to lock or wipe a lost or stolen device remotely. RIM’s BlackBerry was the preferred device for businesses and government agencies because of encrypted data in BlackBerry devices, which is a key concern for millions of workers needing secure, round-the-clock email and data access. For companies who are shifting from BlackBerry to iPhone and Android devices, security of data is a major concern, which RIP hopes to address with the new software, Mobile Fusion.

Pricing detail for the Mobile Fusion has not yet been decided by RIM.

Sunday, 27 November 2011

Handset Review: BlackBerry Torch 9860

In the vast steppe of touchscreen smartphones, the handsets from BlackBerry with their QWERTY keypads have remained like a tree, recognisable from afar with their distinctive looks and features. This exclusivity, for some time now, has been on a downward spiral due to the ever enticing looks and overall experience of using touchscreen mobiles. Though RIM tried to arrest the trend by rapidly revamping the BlackBerry OS and launching half baked BlackBerry Torch with resistive touchscreen with lofty SurePress technology, the response was lukewarm. Meanwhile, RIM went on to launch more handsets in QWERTY and touch+QWERTY configuration, mainly because of non-suitability BB OS for all-touchscreen handset. But the Canadian company seems to be on a course correction now with BlackBerry Torch 9860. The all touch phone is powered by a 1.2 GHz Qualcomm processor and runs snazzy new BB OS 7. Will the new handset manage turn fortunes for RIM in highly competitive smartphone segment? We'll find an answer to that one by the end of our review. In the meantime, let’s have a quick rundown of handset specifications.

  • 3.7" TFT capacitive touchscreen
  • Quad-band GSM/HSDPA support
  • Qualcomm 1.2GHz QC8655 processor
  • 768 MB RAM
  • 2.5GB of inbuilt storage
  • BlackBerry OS 7
  • BlackBerry Email service
  • Wi-Fi b/g/n
  • GPS, BlackBerry Maps, digital compass
  • 5MP camera with autofocus and LED flash
  • HD video recording, 720p@30fps
  • Optical trackpad
  • Native DivX and Xvid codec support
  • 3.5 mm audio jack
  • Smart dialling
  • BlackBerry Internet Service must to use Internet
  • No video calling
  • No front camera
  • No Flash support for web browser
  • No FM radio

Look n feel:

First looks, the new Torch 9860 does manages to impress with uber cool looks and solid built quality. Front panel of the phone is dominated by a 3.7 inch TFT capacitive touchscreen, which is the largest we have seen in a BlackBerry till date. The screen is quite responsive. The brightness is good and hence legibility in daylight is not an issue at all. Furthermore, due to high pixel density of ~252 ppi, the images appear quite vibrant. On the downside, the screen is a fingerprint magnet and prone to getting scratches.

The front has a glossy finish while the battery cover is made of solid metal with matted finish. The sides are ringed by chrome metal strip, adding sophistication to the device.
You can easily access any part of the screen while operating the handset with single hand. Though you can access the menu by tapping on the homescreen, the BB menu key is still an integral part of menu navigation. Below the screen are four hard keys along with an optical trackpad for call, menu, back and call end functions.

A 5MP autofocus camera has been placed on the upper half of battery cover, along with LED flash. Side controls include volume rocker and camera key, given on the left side panel.
The build quality of handset is traditional. We didn't exactly like the front glossy finish of the phone though, which adds a dash of regular stuff in the device. It is kind of contrasting to a BlackBerry, which is all about exclusivity.

OS and UI

BlackBerry torch 9860 runs on BB OS 7, which made its foray with Blackberry Bold 9900. The OS 7 release is supposedly the last update of the Blackberry OS. All the future phones are expected to run on QNX OS, which made its debut with BlackBerry Playbook.

The OS7 is essentially a new platform, based on a 1.2 GHz processor and newer hardware graphics accelerator to ensure fluidity of user interface. The device surely doesn't disappoint on this count. It also brings several new features into BB phones like NFC capability, augmented reality and HD video recording.

Tapping on the status icon placed on top of the screen opens the notifications menu, which gives quick access to connectivity options like network, Wi-Fi and Bluetooth. We were not able to get the NFC listed here so this device doesn't supports NFC for now, which is another letdown. Apart from the connectivity toggles, it also lists alarm clock and settings menu for easy access.

Active tone profiles can be accessed by tapping on the loudspeaker icon while the universal search tab adjacent to it will let you search the handset for content. The best part is that OS 7 supports voice search too. So you can just tap on the mic icon and quickly run through the desired content.

An app bar has been placed at the bottom of the screen too, which houses the main menu. You can pull it up by swiping your finger vertically across the screen. The default menu houses all the apps while swiping horizontally reveals panels that list the menu as all, favourites. Media, Frequent etc. You can manually arrange the menu icons too by long pressing the menu icon or by pressing the menu hard key given below the touchscreen.
Navigating across the menu is a breeze, thanks to the super smooth user interface and excellent touchscreen response. You can also try the trademark BlackBerry optical trackpad to run through the menu, in case you are not very much comfortable with touch navigation.

Voice and TxT:

Even in a data intensive world where a major part of our communication is in form of SMS, IM or Email, voice calling still remains a paramount feature in mobile devices. The BlackBerry Torch 9860 performs exceptionally well in this regard too. The voice call quality is crisp and no issues were found during our review. Of course, much of it depends upon the network strength too, but even in less than optimal network reception, this phone saved the day. The phone comes with smartdial feature, so you just need to enter a first few alphabets of a contact to pull that up from the heap.

For messaging, you can either use the universal inbox, which places all your SMS, MMS, IM, Email and SNS feeds into one convenient space or go to individual applications. However, we suggest that you use the former as it really cuts down on time. The SMS are listed as threads for your easy reference.

To use the Email and IM, you'll have to activate your BlackBerry Internet Service account as usual. Without it, you won’t be able to use any of BlackBerry speciality services it is famed for.
The stock Email client lets you send and receive attachments, which you can view and edit through document editor. You can create labels, specialised folders, colour code Emails etc.
Photos can be resized for sending, emails can be flagged and filtered by request, color and status, while folders can be created, edited and deleted on the device itself, which is expected anyway since this is what RIM is famous for!

Data connectivity and Internet browsing:

Coming to the connectivity, the Torch 9860 is a quadband GSM/3G phone and supports HSUPA/HSDPA speeds of 14.4 Mbps/5.76 Mbps respectively. Being a quadband phone, you can use this baby anywhere in the world, which especially comes in handy if you are a frequent globe-trotter.

The Wi-Fi connection is easy to configure through the Wi-Fi manager. You can also turn your device into Wi-Fi hotspot as the device supports this feature too. Bluetooth v2.1 to sync your files with other wireless devices and a USB port pretty much sum up your connectivity part.

One major issue we had with this device was its lack of NFC despite ample hardware and software support for it. With so many smartphones coming out with NFC support, we can only wonder what RIM engineers were thinking while writing specifications for Torch 9860.

The phone's stock Webkit based browser is a definite improvement from the previous versions, something, which RIM promised and we expected, especially after noticing phone's spec sheet. The new browser is fast, with lower loading times and supports multi-touch input too. However, you are in for a downer here too. The browser lacks Flash support, hence you won’t be able to view streaming videos or other Flash based content. Not much of an issue as there are tons of video streaming apps available in the BlackBerry App World nowadays.

Apps and utility:
BlackBerry Torch 9860 comes loaded with applications and other utilities. For starters, this tech device comes loaded with full version of Quickoffice, so you can start making and editing documents off the bat.

The calendar can be viewed in three modes – weekly, monthly or daily and you can easily add your reminders too. Then you have a calculator, unit converter, voice recorder, alarm Notes, stopwatch, timer etc for the usual organiser app suite. BlackBerry also provides a password keeper to keep your passwords secure and Blackberry Protect to remotely lock and wipe your BB in case it gets lost or stolen.

There is not much to expect on the SNS front. Only Facebook and Twitter apps come preloaded on the device along with a stock aggregator app, which lets you see your SNS feeds on a combined platform.

For navigational needs, the handset is equipped with BlackBerry Maps app. Built in GPS receiver with A-GPS support works neatly even in semi covered areas. You can search maps, get directions or sent your location via Email or SMS to your friends.

You can download more apps from BlackBerry App World, which lists both free and paid apps. However, being a business class phone, everybody expects you to pay a premium if you are using a BB device. Same applies to App World to and the apps you'll find here are generally costlier than those found in Android Market or iTunes. But if you can pay, you have a world to own! Payments can be done through credit cards or PayPal account securely.

Though BB phones are not exactly known for their refined cameras, the 5MP autofocus snapper onboard Torch 9850, which is incidentally the highest resolution camera you can find in a BlackBerry, works like a charm. The camera interface is pretty basic and there are not many settings you can tweak. The camera can either be activated by pressing the camera shortcut key given on the left spine of device or tapping the camera icon on the homescreen.

The camera comes with usual assortment or features like Geotagging, digital zoom, LED flash, Face detection, scene mode etc. The image quality of device came across as excellent during our review. The images are detailed and there is no pixilation to be found. Here are some samples we clicked during our day out with the BB torch 9860.

You can also record HD videos with this device at 720p resolution. The quality of video recording is again impressive. LED light automatically lights up while recording videos, which is somewhat helpful in low light conditions. But don’t expect much. Zoom feature is not supported in video recording mode, so you'll have to move around if you want to do some serious videography. 

Coming to the last leg of our review, we finally analysed the multimedia capabilities of BB Torch 9860. The stock music player boasts a new look, mostly because of a revamped UI. The music player supports a wide range of file formats for playback, so you'll have relatively less visit your PC expressly for converting your favourite tracks in supported file formats. You also have some equaliser presets thrown in. Further options include automatic track sorting on basis of artist, albums, genre etc.

The video player also supports a plethora of HD video file formats like DivX, XviD, H.264/MPEG-4, WMV etc for playback. We tried playing some Xvid files on the device which it played with ease. As there is No FM radio, which is not unusual in a BB phone, you can satiate your FM needs by downloading internet FM radio apps available at BlackBerry App World.

The audio quality of the device is great on both headphones as well as on loudspeakers. The availability of 3.5 mm jack is another bonus. The volume is controlled through physical volume rocker given on the left spine of the phone.

Our take:

RIM has some really hard lessons learnt over the past year with the battering it took at the hands of new age smartphones. Despite the initial setbacks, RIM has been firmly backing their own device configurations, as there is still a huge loyal customer base vouching for BlackBerry devices. Though it did experimented with touchscreens in past, the BlackBerry Torch 9860 is the first regular touchscreen phone from RIM. If you are looking for smartphones with touchscreens and 3D gaming, you have a formidable array lined up from likes of Samsung, HTC, Nokia etc. But if you are a BB fanatic or in need of BlackBerry Enterprise services, the deal won’t be getting sweeter than this one in near future.

Wednesday, 23 November 2011

BlackBerry Curve 9380 – An Overview

RIM is all set to launch the first full touchscreen phone in Curve series. The curvaceous 9380 falls into the category of relatively cheaper BlackBerry touch phones that will give you the best of email support, BlackBerry Messenger connectivity, as well as the unmatched BB Music experience.
Curve 9380 is a well-built device with glossy finish that looks identical to BlackBerry 9360. Appears to be extremely thin, the 3.2 inch phone with capacitive screen will fit into your pocket easily. Body of the phone might give you a plastic-like feel and glossy back side will give it a classy look. You will find an optical trackpad and four push buttons along the bottom of the Curve 9380. Camera key, volume rocker key, and a micro-USB port are present on sides of the phone.

The full touch Curve 9380 has specs similar to the recently launched Curve 9360. The phone too runs on OS 7.0 and has 800 MHz processor. What the new Curve lacks in is the low RAM i.e. 512MB, which might not give you the desired speed & performance.

The 5 megapixel camera backed by LED flash will definitely get you some decent clicks. The phone is said to have EDOF (Extended depth of field) technology, also known as full focus, which might spoil the joy of taking close-up shots.

Rest of the features are similar to what you will find in other BlackBerry OS 7.0 phones. The Curve 9380 has NFC support, an improved BlackBerry browser, and Li-Ion 1230 mAh battery (earlier Curve had 1000 mAh battery).

The Final Word

The all-touch device from RIM is packed with fairly impressive features and it's expected to fall into mid-range phones category. It's a certainly a delight for Curve lovers who are addicted to their device but are bored of the form factor. In the last one year RIM has shifted its focus to designing business oriented multimedia phones for everyone and BlackBerry Curve 9380 is one such example, which is expected to do fairly well in the market.

Tuesday, 22 November 2011

Nokia Life Tools

To overcome constrains of seamless information in crucial fields such as agriculture, education, and healthcare, Nokia has come up with Nokia Life Tools, an SMS based service, which offers wide range of information services. With this information services, Nokia aims at empowering people in taking informed decision. It will help diminishing the digital divide in the developing country.

Nokia Life Tools are currently available in 4 countries – India, Indonesia, China, and Nigeria. Nokia has partnered with the respective country Government and private enterprises to bring together a rich ecosystem to deliver localized & personalized information directly to consumer on Life Tools-enabled mobile devices.  In association with Maharashtra State Agricultural Marketing Board (MSAMB), Nokia launched the service first in Maharashtra in 2008. Later, it extended its reach to many more rural areas in India.

The service is aimed to inform users about core topics such as agriculture and education without access to the internet, via SMS at a low cost.

Let us now look peep into the important areas catered by Nokia Life Tools:

Nokia Life Tools Agriculture:  
  • Provides information on seeds, fertilizer, and pesticides via mobile phone to increase productivity
  • Provides information about the weather conditions (temperature, rainfall, wind condition etc)
  • Provides market prices of different crops
Tools delivers precise commodity prices on from a network of 291 local mandis (market yards). Farmers need not travel long distances to get these details. The Tools will help them save time and money.

Agriculture service offers a choice of 2 plans.
Rs 30/month, basic plan is available across India at Rs 30/month. It provides daily weather updates and relevant agriculture-related news, advice and tips.

Rs 60/month, premium plan will be available in 10 states and provides the closest market prices for three crops chosen by the subscriber, as well as weather, news, advice and tips.

Nokia Life Tools Education
  • Provides education services such as English learning, general knowledge, examination result etc
  • Provides test and exam preparation tips and advices for different curriculum
  • Provides career information and tips to aspiring people 
Nokia Life Tools for education has tied up with IGNOU. According to the partnership, IGNOU will provide study material and certificates for people enrolled for the course.

Nokia Life Tools Entertainment:
  • Provides astrology, ringtone, wallpaper
  • Provides news and cricket updates

Nokia Life Tools Healthcare:
The Tools will focus in three areas majorly. 
  • Mother and child care (for pregnant women and infants)
  • Health and fitness for both men and women
  • Health topics related to diabetes, heart diseases, etc 
Language support - 
Marathi, Gujarati, Punjabi, Bengali, Kannada, Tamil, Malayalam, Telugu, Hindi, and English

Phone support –
Nokia 2323 classic and Nokia 2330 classic were the first two supported devices.
Nokia 1616
Nokia 100
Nokia C1-01
Nokia C1-02
Nokia Touch and Type C2-03
Nokia Touch and Type C2-06
Nokia C2-01
Nokia C2-00

Monday, 21 November 2011

Cellphones Anticipated to Hit Indian Market by 2011 End

The year 2011 has been great for mobile phone market, especially in India. At present, more than 865 million people (as of August 2011) in India use mobile phones, which makes it the second largest mobile phone using country in the world.

While new mobile phone companies are trying to place themselves in market, the older ones are creating niche by offering an improved range of cellphones. Mobile market in India has experienced tremendous growth in terms of technology in 2011. BlackBerry OS 7.0 phones have already marked their presence while Apple iPhone 4S on the iOS 5 platform has recently hit the market. There are a few more devices that are expected to be launched in the last quarter of the year. Let's talk about the much-awaited devices that will soon be grabbing the attention of Indian consumers:

Nokia 603
The news of launch of this sleek & stylish Symbian Belle device has been in the air for quite a long time now. Though, Nokia has preferred to be quiet about availability of the device, it is expected to hit the Indian market in month of December.

Nokia 603 has 3.5 inch TFT-LCD ClearBlack display that will improve screen's visibility under the sunlight. Though, the phone comes with 5MP camera and HD video recording feature, missing LED flash is a disappointment for buyers. The combination of 1GHz processor and 512MB RAM is going to provide decent browsing speed to the device. 3G, Wi-Fi, A-GPS are obvious features of this mid-range phone; but NFC will definitely be enticing for Indian consumers, especially after Nokia's team-up with PayMate. The device is expected to be priced below Rs.15,000.

Motorola Motokey Social
Motorola Motokey Social falls into the category of “yet another Facebook mobile phone”. The 3G device also offers Wi-Fi. It has 2.4 inch screen and QWERTY keypad with a dedicated Facebook key.  

There's as such no attraction in the phone other than the Facebook button. It has 3MP camera without Flash support. Running on proprietary OS, it has push email and instant messenger. In-built memory of the device is 50MB, which can be expanded up to 32GB. Price of the phone will be around Rs.5,000.

HTC Titan
Here come's the phone known for its exaggerated size. HTC Titan, the Mango phone, is receiving applaud for the massive 4.7 inch screen and killer sleek looks. It has 1.5 GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon CPU and 512MB RAM. Specs of the phone are somehow similar to the Lumia 800 released by Nokia. It has has got 8MP camera with dual-LED flash (Lumia 800 has Carl Zeiss lens). It supports HD video recording and playback.

For those who are already impressed with the new OS Mango but are looking for a non-Nokia phone, Titan could be a good option. HTC has integrated HTC Hub and some of the exclusive HTC apps in the Windows device.

What might disappoint you is the non-expandable 16GB memory of the phone, no DivX/Xvid video support, absence of video call feature since Mango phones doesn't support it, and of course the resolution that doesn't complement the 4.7 inch screen size.

HTC Titan has solid build, one thing all HTC phones are known for. Manufacturer has yet not revealed the price of the phone in India.

Motorola Atrix 2
Motorola Atrix 2 comes with Android Gingerbread and 1GHz dual-core processor. Curve edges of the phone remind us of the design of Motorola Fire. Atrix 2 has 4.3 inch TFT-LCD display with 960x540 pixels resolution. Gorilla Glass display adds to the rigidity of the device.

The 8 megapixels camera of the phone with LED flash is capable of capturing full HD videos. Connectivity options in the 3G phone include GPRS, EDGE, Wi-Fi, HSDPA, Bluetooth, and Wi-Fi. Atrix 2 comes with Adobe Flash Player and you can also the device to TV directly through the HDMI output.

Atrix 2 comes packed with Li-Ion 1785 mAh battery that gives more than 8 hours of talktime and 15 days standby time on 2G. Motorola has not revealed the price of the phone.

Samsung Omnia W I8350
The first Windows 7.5 Mango phone from Samsung in India, Omnia W is one more addition to the range of good-looking phones. Despite of being made from plastic, the device looks stunning. It has rectangular build with sharp edges and a prominent Windows logo on the home button.

Omnia W is definitely going to give tough time to Nokia Lumia 710 as both the phones fall in the same price segment. The device has 3.7 inch Super AMOLED screen, an ideal size to fit into your pocket. Processor is 1.4 GHz (the same you find in other Windows devices) plus 512MB RAM.

Just like Radar, the phone also lacks in the expandable memory support. It has 8GB non-expandable memory, which will restrict you from storing all your favorite music files & important data. The 5MP camera with LED flash is good enough to click decent pictures.

The phone will be available at an approx price of Rs.19,990.

Anticipating good deals for all these new phones on

Friday, 18 November 2011

Android Game Review - Gangstar: Miami Vindication HD

Android has become a big name now. The latest report by Gartner puts Android with around 52% of global smartphone marketshare. With such a huge reach and lots of untapped revenue potential, the app developers are working night and day to churn out best of the lot. Gameloft also appears to strengthen its Android game lineup with an array of HD releases. Be it the FPS lineup with some classic titles like Modern Warfare and NOVA or RTS and simulation games like SIMs and The settlers, Gameloft is going all out at it. Gangstar: Miami Vindication appears to be an effort by the company to plug in one essential gap in the lineupthe open world gameplay, made wildly popular by PC games like GTA series and Saints Row. So if you want to pull out a cabbie and loot his car or smash the pedestrians on your smartphone too without crossing over to wrong side of the law, then Gangstar: Miami vindication is the game for you.

Third in gangster series, the game is of regular open world type with realistic 3D buildings, cars etc. The city has been modelled after Miami city, so if you are familiar with the area, you'll find many similarities between the two. Gameloft roped in the script writer of popular TV show,The Wireto write the script full of revenge and action. The story follows the Johnny Gainesville, who comes to Miami to search for his kidnapped brother and ends up cleansing the city of crime. The whole story unfolds in more than 75 missions, which advance the game apart from tons of other side missions. The whole gameplay appears heavily influenced with GTA series and hence most of the people who are familiar with GTA would find themselves home.

The pros

By smartphone standards, the game promises hours and hours of continuous entertainment. If you like to go with the flow, then you can go on completing missions after missions. If you are some lazy type, then may be roaming in the city and exploring would appeal to you more. Either way, the game has lots to offer. The missions let you chase villains across the city or hunt down nasty cops and hoodlums, making the next mission more exciting than the last one. The designing of game is good. A wide variety of cars, bikes, and weapons have been made available to keep you busy. The presence of customisable radio adds some level of personalisation to the game, but you cannot customise your character and hence pretty much stuck with it. The cut-scenes are also good and add much needed dramatics to the storyline.

The cons

The only significant problem we came across during our review was its coarse controls while driving. The game goes along fine until you just keep running around punching unsuspecting pedestrians. The moment you hop in a car, the controls just lose it. Though you have the option to drive the vehicles either through accelerometer sensor or a touch driving wheel, driving still remains Gangstar's Achilles heel. Driving through accelerometer is particularly difficult; hence we stuck to driving wheel during our review. This drawback becomes more biting in missions where you are supposed to drive in an orderly fashion. Other than that, the gameplay is pretty much smooth, save slight drop in frame rates in while playing some extensive action sequences.

The deal

At last, the time comes for our take on Gangstar: Miami Vindication. Since there are not many similar titles available for Android devices at the moment, Gangstar: Miami Vindication comes across as a nice option. Though the game is mostly an extension of the series with nothing much to offer in terms of gameplay, other than a brand new storyline and a new character. The game world is huge and has lots of offer in terms of exploration. If you are headlong into GTA types then this game is a must have for you. Even if you are not much familiar with the segment, the sheer amount of action available should be persuasive enough. So, take the bait and dive in, city of Miami won't disappoint you.

Some compatible smartphones:

Samsung Galaxy S Plus I9001
LG Optimus Black P970
LG Optimus 3D P920
HTC Sensation Z710e
Sony Ericsson Xperia pro MK16i
Sony Ericsson Xperia Arc LT15i