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Tuesday, 14 February 2006
Car Shopping
Topic: Car News/Other Industries

Comparision Shopping: Cell Phones as MP3 Players, Video Content Delivery Media;

Prom, Quincenera and Bat Mitzvah Presents That Are always Welcome; They are multipurpose Must-haves

Music-playing phones have been around. But not all phones are created equal. Here is a list of some top phones that are currently on the market. The first music-playing cell phone that comes to mind is the Nokia N91. It will go head on with the video iPod. For sure, Nokia Corporation is attacking its competitors for the next phase of the cell phone revolution. The N91 stores 3,000 sogns and its battery can last up to 12 ? hours. That is not bad at all.

Motorola Inc is breathing on Nokia's neck with its hot ROKr E2. The ROkr E2 stores 500 songs. Nokia is ahead in this league. Sony Corporation and Telefon AB LM Ericsson will make W810i Walkman Phone which will costs $399.00. Samsung is great competitor to reckon with. It will come out with its A900. Motorola SLVR will be around the corner.



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Updated: Saturday, 18 March 2006 10:37 AM EST
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