Nokia E6 is Nokia’s new high-resolution touchscreen business smartphone with compact QWERTY running the new Symbian Anna OS.
The phone comes with a 2.46 inch high-resolution 640 × 480 (E6 Nokia display using Gorilla famous Corning Glass stronger anti scratches), a full 8-megapixel camera focus with dual-LED flash , 2X digital zoom and 3X in video mode, 720p HD video recording at a speed of 25fps, Bluetooth, WiFi, and 1500mAh battery can last for 9 hours for continuous playback or up to 15 hours talk time.
The new Symbian Anna has lots of optimizations and seems to work seamless inside the E6.
Nokia E6 include QuickOffice applications, World Traveler, JoikuSpot Premium and F-Secure Mobile Security.
Nokia E6 will be available during Q2 2011 (Q3 in North America) for a price of €340 before tax and subsidy in white, silver and black colors. Details and Download…
Nokia C7 will arrive soon to Vodafone UK and T-Mobile UK, Nokia C7 is the second Nokia smartphone to run the latest Symbian platform Symbian^3 after the overhyped Nokia N8.
The Nokia C7 has a 3.5-inch AMOLED capacitive touchscreen, an 8-megapixel camera and a stainless steel and glass chassis that’s 10.5mm thick. There’s also 680 MHz processor and the internal storage capacity is of 8 GB with support for MicroSD card of up to 32 GB, WiFi b/g/n and Bluetooth 3.0, together with GPS and both an FM radio and FM transmitter. The 1200 mAh Li-Ion battery is supposed to last for up to 552 hours of standby time and 9.3 hours of talk time.
Nokia C7 also brings excellent social networking abilities with updates from Facebook and Twitter fed directly to the home screen, as well as one touch access to many popular email accounts including Ovi Mail, Yahoo! Mail and Windows Live Hotmail. The Nokia C7 also provides a world of apps, games, videos, and location-based services through the Ovi Store. Details and Download…
Vodafone Uk has just announced that the Nokia N8 will be available soon on its website. N8 is the first Nokia handset to run Symbian^3 OS.
The Nokia N8 features a large 3.5 inch 640 x 360 pixel resolution touchscreen, a Carl Zeiss 12 megapixel camera with wide-angle lens and Xenon flash, shooting 720p HD video, N8 has also 16GB of storage , an FM radio, 802.11 b/g/n WIFI connectivity, 3g and a GPS chip.
The Nokia N8 will be loaded with the Ovi Maps, which provides free turn-by-turn directions, and the Ovi Store for finding and installing nokia apps. The Nokia N8 will be the first device to work with Nokia’s Qt 4.6.2 software development environment for making application also loaded with Java MIDP 2.1 and Flash Lite 4.0.
Vodafone hasn’t announced neither date nor price for the N8, but it is expected to be released between July and September. Details and Download…
The Nokia x3 handset belongs to the Nokia Xseries. As of now, the only other phone in the series is the X6 a smartphone that comes with a high price tag. The Nokia X3, however, is friendlier to your wallet and is not a smartphone. You should not get a hint of disappointment from that last sentence because when we wrote this Nokia x3 review, we surely were not let down. A lot of people are buying this phone on contract and getting an unlimited texts sim.
So let’s get to it. Let’s start our Nokia x3 review with the physical aspects. Unlike its more expensive brother, this handset is not a touch screen phone. It is a slider handset that weighs 103 grams. Its screen measures 2.2 inches with a resolution of 240 x 320 pixels. It’s not the brightest screen in the planet but it does its job well. As for the construction, we can honestly say that this handset looks expensive. No matter which colour you get, you will have a handset that will impress others. It has sleek straight lines and a keypad with brushed metal finish. Feels great in your hand and looks awesome, too.
The telephone functions of this handset is one of the things we enjoyed when we made this Nokia x3 review. Talking to someone on the phone was smooth and clear, thanks to the Voice Clarity feature. Details and Download…
People love mobile phones so much that news about new devices cause so much excitement. Take the case of the Nokia N900 Internet Tablet. As of the moment, Nokia has not made an official announcement about this device. It is not even certain if its official name really is the N900. What the public has at the moment are rumors about its features and price. This information may not have come from Nokia itself but they are enough to make people excited to see the actual unit and get their hands on one.
According to rumours, the Nokia N900 Internet Tablet will be similar to the N810 Internet Tablet. It will also be in the slide-out QWERTY keyboard phones range and is sure to look fantastic. Unlike the N810, however, the N900 is said to be smaller and better-looking. This is a 3.5-inch touch screen phone with a great 800 x 480 resolution. Furthermore, it is also believed that the N900 will run on a Maemo operating system and will have Wi-Fi connectivity, GPS, a 5MP camera, and 32 GB of memory that is expandable to 48 GB. Details and Download…
Nokia has officially announced the 6600i slider, which is the successor of the 6600 slider phone with slight difference in design.
The Nokia 6600i has all the features of its predecessor. The 2.2-inches TFT display, 3G support, Bluetooth, microSD card slot. There is also an accelerometer for tap commands for basic managing of calls and alerts. The retail box includes a 1GB memory card and Nokia stereo headset WH-203 with FM radio.
The difference between the 6600 and 6600i slide is that the new mobile features a 5MP camera with dual LED flash (the old one has only a 3.2MP).
Nokia presents the 6600i slide as ” the smallest 5MP slider in the world”.
The Nokia 6600i slide will be available for 271 US$ in the 3rd quarter of 2009. Details and Download…
April 06 Espoo Finland, The Nokia E75 is the first phone to ship with the new email user interface, offering full desktop email functionality, and complete integration of Nokia’s email and messaging services.
Nokia Messaging is a service that opens up the world’s leading consumer email accounts – including Yahoo! Mail®, Gmail and Windows Live Hotmail – and is joined by Nokia’s corporate email clients, Mail for Exchange and IBM Lotus Notes Traveler, which provide direct access to over 90 percent of the world’s corporate inboxes as well.
The Nokia E75 is a GSM/WCDMA dual-mode business smartphone supporting WCDMA/HSDPA, EGSM, and WLAN. The handset features a slide out QWERTY keyboard for optimal email experience. Enjoy videos, music, and graphics on the 2.4” QVGA display and orientation sensor. Details and Download…
Verizon Wireless and world leader cell phone maker Nokia have introduced the availability of the Nokia 7205 Intrigue, a sophisticated clamshell with a unique external display blends into its smooth black exterior; then when an incoming call or text message is received, the display instantly illuminates. When the phone is opened, users will see a gradient color keypad also available in silver-fade or pink-fade finishes with a different directional key for each finish.
The Nokia 7205 users can view incoming text messages, play their favorite songs from V CAST Music with Rhapsody®, or turn off the alarm clock to snooze a little longer all from the external display.
The phone features a 2 megapixel camera with a flash, and users can save their favorite photos and video on a microSD external card slot. The Intrigue also comes with Bluetooth support for hands-free headsets. Details and Download…
Nokia 5330 XpressMusic is ideal for music and keeping in touch with your social network such as Ovi, Facebook, Flickr and MySpace. XpressMusic touch keys on the side of the display gives an instant access to music. The standard 3.5mm jack provides crystal clear sound for any headphones, and the extended battery life gives more than 26 hours of playback time.
In addition to its edgy slider design, the 5330 features lighting effects, a 3.2 megapixel camera, and both micro-USB and 3.5mm headphone connectors, Nokia Stereo Headset WH-500 is also great for both music and calls and compatible with a broad range of devices, and ships with a 2GB microSD memory card for music and photo storage. An FM radio is also on-board.
The Nokia 5330 XpressMusic is expected to be available in the third quarter of 2009 for an estimated price of 160 €.
Cell phone features:
* Band GSM 850/900/1800/1900MHz, UMTS 900/1700/2100MHz or UMTS 850/1900/2100MHz
* Data GPRS/EDGE/WCDMA
* Display: 2.40 inches 240 x 320 pixels in resolution Details and Download…
The Nokia N79 brings memories of the past with its simple design and easy to use keypad. However, it hides a powerful camera of 5 megapixels with autofocus, Carl Zeiss optics and dual LED flash, and is powered by the versatile Nokia S60 3rd Edition Feature Pack 2 user interface.
The front of the Nokia N79 is divided equally between the 2.6 “QVGA (240×320 pixels) TFT display and keypad, which offers a balance in hand feel. In the top right corner of the phone, over the screen, you ‘ll notice the secondary VGA resolution camera and ambient light sensor, with an opening for the speaker. Below the screen is where you can find the S60 navigation cluster, centered around the d-pad. The left and right keys are slightly raised and the dedication and end keys, which makes it somewhat difficult to access the S60 Menu button and back button centered between them. The d-pad on the N79 is a bit difficult to use, since the outer ring is flush with the front of the phone, with only the middle button slightly elevated. The d-pad also features Nokia’s NaviWheel technology, which allows you to move your thumb around it in a circular motion, for navigating through long lists easily. Unfortunately, this is too sensitive NaviWheel, which forced you to disable it through settings of the phone. Details and Download…