Samsung Galaxy Note. First Look
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Philips Fisio 822
It's a renovation of Philips Fisio 820, main changes apply to a display. In previous versions it gave rise to unfavourable criticism, particularly for its unsaturated colors. Nothing could be read from the screen in straight sun rays. A new screen is to obviate these troubles, according to developers, a new function "Contrast+" and white backlighting upgrade reading capabilities of the screen in different conditions. New display shows not 256 colors but 4096. The resolution has also changed, now it's a bit less than 112x112 pixels (earlier 120x120). It's quite evident that preset images were upgraded for the new screen. Other changes are not so considerable, wap browser version 1.2.1 now supports extra data security services, game engine Infusio V2 appeared (operator's support is necessary), and finally EMS version 4.0 is supported. A possibility to type very long SMS (up to 10 are concatenated). In contrast to 825 model there is no support of bluetooth.
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