The new no-compromise MacBook. A stellar on-ear headphone. Crave-worthy curves for a premium price. The Doro PhoneEasy 740 looks simple but it's clever because it makes complex and powerful technologies easy for almost anyone to use. The Doro PhoneEasy 740 looks much like Doro's other devices -- with big buttons and simple menus, it's reassuringly easy to use. This is a phone for elderly people who might otherwise find mobiles frustratingly fiddly or complex. It might look like the most basic feature mobile you could imagine, but the 740 is actually Doro's first 3G smart phone, running atop Google's Android platform.
I've gone hands-on with this new guy at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, so keep your peepers peeled for a full review soon, The Eluga power is immediately recognisable as the bigger brother of the regular Eluga, It has the same turquoise blue sea turtles in ocean iphone case sleek black styling, with the glass covering the entirety of the front, There's no chunky bezel here so it looks particularly stylish and premium, Like the Eluga, the Power is waterproof to a depth of 1 metre for up to 30 seconds, If you often find yourself sheltering from the nasty British weather while trying to make a call, this could be the phone for you, It's also a great safety feature if, like me, you've accidentally dropped your phone in the bath while sending a text with wet hands..
The Power packs a 5-inch screen though, as opposed to the 4.3-inch display on its little brother. This makes the phone pretty huge in your hand. If you often spend your time browsing the web, watching videos or playing full-screen games on your handset, then the extra screen real estate will come as a welcome addition. You might, however, find that typing -- especially using your thumb in one hand -- is pretty awkward. It's easier to wield than the enormous Samsung Galaxy Note, but it's not the most pocket-friendly thing on offer. If you need a phone that can easily slip into your jeans, you might want to focus your attention on its slightly smaller sibling.
Whether you like its looks or not is a matter of taste, but I personally find the minimal black front rather attractive, The lack of physical buttons means that the glass front remains turquoise blue sea turtles in ocean iphone case unbroken, which adds to the overall stylish, elegant look, Around the back, things are a little less beautiful, You get a large expanse of black plastic, which is pretty much free of design flair, If you're hoping to impress people at your favourite cocktail spot, you might want to bedazzle it with some glitter and stickers..
The plain design is broken by the camera, which is an 8-megapixel affair. I wasn't able to get any test shots done with the camera so I'll have to see just how well it performs in the full review. You'll also find the volume and power buttons on the back, rather than on the side and top like most phones. That was pretty awkward to get used to. Once you've had the phone for a few hours though you'll probably come to grips with it. My favourite thing about the Eluga Power is its screen. Not only is it big enough to genuinely enjoy watching video on, it has a superb resolution of 1,280x720 pixels that matches the display found on the Sony Xperia S, which also looked amazing.
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