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With the current mobile phone market in the UK reaching an all time high there seems to be a multitude of handsets on the market. New and updated models hit the market at a rate of around 4-5 per month. Many features seem to bundled into these phones as standard and the costs of making them has soared to the point that many of the mobile phone networks in the UK are now pushing for 18 month contracts to reduce the cost impact. Phone manufacturers are now having to make a choice between producing a handset that covers all the bases at a respectable level to those handsets designed to do an outstanding job in one particular area for a more specific user. How many times have you heard someone tell you that they don't use their camera, multi media messaging (MMS) or that they never listen to the radio function.
No sooner had the general public become accustomed to getting all this extra functionality from their phone, along comes 3G (3rd Generation) with it's ability to offer mobile to mobile video calling and better access to internet resources it was almost certainly going to be a hit. The first real push in the 3G market in the UK came from a company who were specifically targeting this new generation of phones, aptly names Three.
A mobile without a camera these days is considered old and out of date, they are getting better and better the number of mega pixels (the higher the number the better quality picture you can take) seems to be getting larger each month and with it the storage capacity increases to cover the larger overheads. Very few models available in the market today are without the now 'standard' features of a camera, sound recorder, alarm, internet browser and of course the much loved games. These days with the addition of 'organiser' functions like calendars, task management and of course your 'contacts' people rely more and more on their mobile.
For those people who are into music then Sony Ericson have released their 'Walkman' phone W810i with a built in MP3 Player and fantastic handset design, or the W850 which also includes two way video calling.
Mobile phones are becoming more and more like a computer, with internet access, the ability to surf the web and pick up your emails, organise your diary and even the addition of instant messengers you really can hold your life in the palm of your hand.
If you want to take a look at what is on offer for the latest handsets and some of the best tariffs available on all the UK's major networks please visit - www.bestmobilesolutions.co.uk
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