More and more products are being introduced to the mobile market and there are still those which did not make the cut!
Below is a list of 5 worst smartphones that this generation has ever had.
Sony Ericsson Xperia Play
Yes, it lets you enjoy mobile internet, but you will not want to continue because of the poor resolution that the screen projects! The Sony Ericsson Xperia Play was expected to come out as a phone that could be used primarily for entertainment and gaming. But because of the times it consumes loading, it does not serve the purpose well. It also has very poor storage and that means that you cannot have a large collection of games! Plus, the screen is to small for a person to be really entertained.
The Motorola Titanium is cheap but the price and it shows in the lack of quality features. You are better off investing in something better than this item. This phone lets you enjoy mobile internet but the entire resolution of the pages that you view are below standard. Another downside of the phone is the poor quality camera (3Mp) that has no flash. You also cannot store much data because of the poor 150 MHz processor.
The ability for Widgets to change size is also not available on this model, a feature seen on almost all other Motorola models. There are also notes that a person would like to be able to highlight on the home screen but simply cannot do with this phone. For a phone that claims to cater to business people, this is not a satisfactory option.
People had a lot of expectations from this mobile. A lot even spared its physical properties to still objectively rate the unit.However, it turned out to be a flop the moment it was released in the market. It is still bulky and there were no signs that the company put an effort to make it easy to bring at home.
Also, the entire dual screen had no impact on the problem of multitasking. It does not allow a person to fully utilize the screen and given that it has a lot of things to contribute it offers a dilemma for people especially in business.
The HP Veer has a substandard physical characteristic. It is so tiny that you can only maximize limited activities such as sending SMS. It is not good for people who have poor eyesight because of the types of fonts that are available for viewing. Its display is only 2.6″ and it does not give you much of a screen even when viewing your social networking accounts. It is also not powerful when it comes to software. Its operating system is prone to viruses from downloading or uploading files to the Internet as it does not have strong software to prevent these things from happening.
Blackberry Bold 9900
The Blackberry Bold 9900 makes the list primarily due to its high cost and low feature set. The amount of features included in this phone are just not worth the amount you have to pay. Other reasons include the lack of auto-focus for its camera, the short battery life and keyboard with its small keys.
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