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Nokia is one of the best mobile companies. With each model it comes up with, it has new and improved features. Technology changes day by day and Nokia also enhances and launches its products according to the needs of modern era.
Nokia N8 Smart Phone
This model is one of Nokia’s hottest mobiles. The N8 has been released. It seems to be doing quite well.
The first great feature of this mobile is that you can shoot things in HD version. It has a large 12 MP sensor and Carl Zeiss optics. This allows you to capture great images. Also the Xenon flash lets you take great pictures in low-light conditions.
Secondly, it is powered by Symbian. This means you can enjoy over 250 exciting new features. This includes things like HD video playback on your compatible TV. You can do so much without sacrificing your battery life.
This great phone features an HDMI connection as well. This means that you can see all your images, music and videos on compatible televisions and projectors. It also features premium-quality, “Dolby Digital Plus Technology.” Movies look so much better on it.
If there was one app that all BlackBerry users wished for then that would be a good mobile VoIP client which lets you make and receive calls using Wi-Fi or 3G connections. It would be preffered if your client was made by Skype however, this isn’t the case. There haven’t been any mobile VoIP app’s for the BlackBerry. Instead, there are apps that use either callback or a local access number over the cellular networks. The other three major smartphone platforms, iPhone OS, Android and Symbian have multiple mobile VoIP applications, such as Nimbuzz and Truphone.
With the fact that we have with us it seem that Blackberry has been missing out on a huge party. This is because nearly 100 million users are expected to be using mobile VoIP by 2012, with over 471 billion calls likely to be made via mobile VoIP by 2015. Read More
Although Nokia has released several touchscreen phones, they are still few in number as compared to other companies, such as Samsung.
Maintaining its repute for producing simply, easy to use and decent phones, Nokia has recently released a new non-touch phone, the 6700 slide. However, this does not mean that it is a simple phone offering no other features. Nokia 6700 is a smartphone, running on the Symbian S60 3rd Edition operating system. The phone also has a really good build and is equipped with a 5MP AF camera with Carl Zeiss Tessar optics.
Nokia, which is still the world’s largest mobile phone manufacturer, is said to be working on a new device that might run on Microsoft’s own operating system. This was disclosed in a recent article in Times Online, which stated some facts about Wolfson Microelectronics, which is a British microelectronics and fabless semiconductor corporation that specializes in signal processing chips. The same company has been selected to provide the required chips for the new mobile phone.
Nokia has finally launched its very first 12MP camera Symbian mobile phone with. The set will be first one to come to the market ever since the Operating system went open source.
However, being a Symbian mobile isn’t Nokia N8’s sole specialty, what makes it more unique is the fact that the N8 is going to be the first mobile phone to feature a 12Mp camera.
This will also enable the N8 to capture HD video at 720p resolution. According to Nokia, the N8 is can also be used for watching web-based TV as it offers several services from CNN, Paramount and National Geographic, with added UK-focused TV content available from the Nokia Ovi Store.
Nokia C6 is a new business phone from Nokia that comes equipped with great hardware and software, available at an affordable price.
The phone boasts a 3 inch QWERTY Touchscreen, along with symbian operating system. The phone offers GPS with OVI Maps and Nokia messaging.
Having a size of 113.4 x 53 x 16.8 mm and weighing 150 g, the phone also has some additional features like sliding touch-screen display.
Nokia C6 is powered with BL-4J 1200 mAh Li-Ion battery, claiming to provide a talk time of 420 mins for GSM and 300 mins for WCDMA.
Finland’s Nokia Corp. has recently announced the launch of three new mobile phones. The mobile phones have been designed specifically for providing quick messaging and good social networking tools, all to be made available at a reasonable price.
The three new phones Nokia C3, C6 and E5 have been created keeping in view all the requirements that the users want nowadays.
Nokia C3 has been created on the basis of the series 40 platform. The phone has a QWERTY keyboard, Ovi mail and chat, Wi-Fi, 8GB of data storage and allows users full accessibility to all social networks. The phone is said to come in the second quarter.
Nokia X6 is a smartphone with various innovative features. The phone measures 111 x 51 x 13.8 mm and weighs only 122 grams. Having a 3.2 inches capacitive touch screen with 16M colors, it comes with a proximity as well as accelerometer sensor.
HTC Hero, on the other hand is a phone that works smoothly on GSM and HSDPA network. Measuring 112 x 56.2 x 14.4 mm and weighing 135 grams, this phone is equipped with 3.2 inches touchscreen with 65k. having an accelerometer sensor, it also possesses a sense UI with multitouch and trackball navigation.
Nokia X6 comes with an internal memory of 32 GB and 128 MB RAM. In addition to this, the phone boasts 3G HSDPA, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, micro USB, a 5MP camera with Carl Zeiss Optics plus autofocus, LED flash, video light and geo tagging features.
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.
New more efficient, Mini 5 and Mobile 10 mobile web browsers have recently been introduced by Opera. These browsers have been designed especially to compress the data that is sent to a phone, by up to 90 percent. This will not only speed up the brows time, it will also result in lowered bills for pay-by-byte customers.
Both the browsers are now available for free downloads and are compatible with a wide range of mobile phones operating systems, which include Google’s Android and RIM’s BlackBerry.
According to Opera CEO Lars Boilesen, the needs and wants of their 50-million-plus users, have been kept in mind while designing this browser. Great emphases has been made on speed, desktop-like functionality and data savings in the new mobile browsers, making it much easier for everyone to surf, search and socialize on the Web.