Yiacoumi, Roulla
February 2007
Australian PC User;Feb2007, Vol. 19 Issue 2, p64
The article offers tips in choosing and buying a mobile phone. Make sure to do research before walking into a store to buy a phone. Start by checking the manufacturer's Web site. Motorola was the first manufacturer to recognize the importance of style with the much-copied V3 handset. Check the manufacturer's claim for how long the battery is supposed to last in both talk time and standby time. A checklist of the features to look for in a phone is presented, which includes camera quality, flight mode and screen size.


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