Earlier in the year, we explored the concept of having a TV in the palm of your hand. Sure, there have been micro TVs before that pick up a terrestrial signal. There have even been phones that pick up free-to-air broadcast TV via a built-in antenna. But if you've had experiences with these devices you know two things, your choice is limited and your reception is worse.
Utilising new technology that allows them to stream live broadcast TV to your phone, LIME introduced LIME TV mobile TV for your mobile phone.
Yes, you will need a special phone. Let's get that out of the way first. LIME is offering two handsets that I am aware of which can receive the DigitalVideo Broadcast -- Handheld (DVB-H) signal, a Nokia and a ZTE. I tested the Nokia 5330; it looks fairly modern looking and can play up to six hours of subscription or broadcast TV on a single full charge. Like other smartphone, you can watch videos, listen to music, shoot pictures or enjoy live FM radio on a handset that is both compact and powerful.