Translation of handset in Spanish:


auricular, n.

Pronunciation /ˈhæn(d)ˌsɛt//ˈhan(d)sɛt/


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    auricular masculine
    tubo masculine River Plate
    • Handsets that are white-hot today will be stone-cold in six months.
    • Manufacturers of phones should inscribe a warning on the handsets to make the users aware of hazards mobile phones can cause.
    • But the trend has begun to change, owing to the availability of cheaper and trendy handsets, affordable pricing and relevant services.
    • Today, Nokia is the world leader in handsets, with 38% of the market.
    • Finally, once you have upgraded to a slinky new model, put your old handset to good use via a recycling scheme.
    • Cell-phone penetration is staggering: More than 400 million handsets were sold last year.
    • This is a non-profit making experience available on all mobile networks and handsets.
    • My mobile phone has blue-tooth technology that enables me and my partner to compete against each other in games on our handsets.
    • Alternatively, move provider - you can often secure yourself a great new deal and brand new handset for the price of a phone number change.
    • Replacement handsets fuelled sales in the United States and Europe, where the mobile phone market is maturing.
    • It's easier to sell a new handset on its features, especially where those features might aid bragging rights.
    • Get another mobile connection for home, after all, handsets come so cheap these days …
    • By the end of this year or early 2003, expect to see handsets with Java capabilities.
    • Vodafone is now more concerned about keeping customers than getting new ones, so it is prepared to spend money on subsidies for the new handsets.
    • The world's flashiest mobile phone makers met in the south of France last week to unveil their latest handsets.
    • And my own tests with my own equipment have shown that the amount of radiation being received when using a handset is very low.
    • And as the mobile phone market matures, there will be greater emphasis on existing customers buying replacement handsets.
    • Plans include a common way in which to top up pay-as-you-go handsets.
    • Nokia's forecasts for the remainder of the year, for handset sales and its own market share, will be subject to close scrutiny.
    • The slowdown in the rate of sales growth of mobile handsets has created overcapacity within the industry.