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Nokia is an amazing brand that provides its customers, with all the attractive, useful and unique features that a smart mobile phone should have. Though Nokia provides a number of applications but here are top 10 applications specifically useful for Nokia Symbian 60 v5 based phones like Nokia 5530, Nokia 5800, Nokia X6, Nokia N97 and Nokia N97 Mini.
It manages files of your phone to the next level, accesses your inbuilt files like system drive of a Symbian phone, gives you an ability to open and exit files from within Y-Browser etc. It is developed by Dr-jukka.
2. Google Maps
Google maps help and guide you to find the desired locations accurately. It has also got some attractive features like street views and layers etc.
3. Handy Task man
It has an ability to show the free RAM amount, and can execute the background processes that may get hanged; it has also got a tab “favorites” where you can make a list of the applications that you use frequently.
4. Nokia Messaging
It provides you with the kinetic scrolling, HTML mail display etc. but it can not view your mails in full screen. But it is expected that this feature will be added in the next models. Read More
Just as the name depicts, Sony Ericsson Xperia X10 mini is a smaller version of the Xperia X10. But it is not like what Nokia did with the N97 mini. Sony Ericsson has made some huge changes, making the X10 mini one of the tiniest handsets that have come out till now.
However, smaller size does have its disadvantages as well. The screen of X10 mini is quite small, just 2.55 inches with QVGA resolution. But the image quality has not been compromised, making the display seem great together with the capacitive touch technology. The software has also been transformed making it easy to use on a screen that small.
The 5MP camera also has autofocus and an LED flash, and gives good results.
The iPhone has successfully dominated the mobile phone market for a long time now. While many other smartphones have tried to come up to that level, they have not been able to match the users requirements in the way that the iPhone does, except for the Nokia N97, which has its own large share in the market.
Lets take a look at what features do the iPhone and the N97 have in common and what are different.
Overall, both the phones share a similar look, having curved edges and big screens that enable the user to view movies easily on the phone.
Although the N97 is a little longer and narrower than the iPhone 3G S, but the iPhone is thinner. This is basically because Nokia has a full slide-out QWERTY keyboard which is absent in the iPhone.
A good news for Nokia customers is that Nokia E72 is now available for pre-order. Now you can have the latest version of Nokia handset only for £359, paid as advance at Nokia’s site.
Because of its email-focused facility, Nokia E72 has now become the first choice for modern businesses. Along with special focus on email package, a QWERTY keyboard has also been provided to support quick and easy typing.