Is smartphone the road to Cambodia travel? Let's take a look at the electronics "Swiss Army". The latest BlackBerry, iPhone, Microsoft, Symbian, Android and Palm devices all offer tremendous features. This short article is not about the best smartphone but the smartphone for replacing MP3 players, cameras, GPS devices, checking emails, and generally repairing the internet while taking Cambodia's vacations.
is dusty, and the power supply is not that good. Generators are abundant and some electronic devices do not like the sometimes uneven power supply. Take a note book, camera, GPS and MP3 player, and it's a couple of pounds of luggage, not to mention damage or security.
If your smartphone does not use the GPS, so a SIM card probably does not work in Cambodia. Please check your local mobile operator to make sure global roaming is added to the service if available. Cambodia uses GSM and you can get a local SIM card everywhere! Pay as you recharge your card everywhere. This is by far the cheapest way to do things, but your mobile phone needs to be GSM – a removable SIM card.
Today's modern smartphones and basic models are great for cameras, snapshots and online sharing, printing on standard size paper, but not for high-quality photography. The best photos of Cambodia's attractions are for a dollar as a collection of postcards. GPS can be a very useful feature and it works with Google Maps in Cambodia – certainly with WiFi, but GSM usage may be sporadic, depending on where you are.
For email and web browsing, there are many cafes, Phnom Penh, Siem Riep and Sihanoukville, offering free or very cheap WiFi. If you need a big screen, there are many internet cafes. If you're using an iPhone, there are many travel applications available – but the reality is that information in the prospectus is much easier to reach. Travel application information is quite easy.
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