Tuesday, May 31, 2011

Nokia E75 Photos

Here are some new pictures of the Nokia E75. The Nokia E75 has a back cover with a metallic mirror feel along with a 2.4 inch screen, 3.2 megapixel camera, QWERTY Keyboard, Dual keypads, HDSPA, and WiFi. The E75 is the first Nokia smartphone to feature a slide-out Qwerty keyboard and style-wise it would appear to be a sort of cross between the conventionally sliding E66 and the E90 Communicator – the latest incarnation of Nokia's long-established hinged Qwerty-keyboard business phones.The 2.5in, 320 x 240, 16m-colour screen doesn't measure up to the E90's 800 x 352 beast, but at least it has the advantage of looking like a conventional phone, and Nokia's obviously done some sterling work in keeping it relatively thin - for a keyboard slider, anyway - at 112 x 50 x 14mm. It weighs in at a respectable 139g as opposed to the E90's trouser-straining 210g.

Around the sides are a micro USB port and Micro SD memory card slot - it comes with a 4GB card to boost the phone's 50MB of on-board memory - both covered with rubberised grommets, plus camera shutter and volume buttons, a dedicated voice commands button and a 3.5mm audio jack at the top. Round the back is a lightly ridged metallic cover, similar to the one on the E66, but this time with a 3.2Mp camera with LED flash and self-portrait mirror.
The Nokia has unveiled two new series of its Eseries range devices for efficiency enhancement. An announcement to this effect was made in a statement issued here on Thursday.
It said that the Nokia E75 and Nokia E55 are the first to ship with the company’s new email user interface.
Both devices also come standard with Nokia Messaging that, when added to the company’s corporate email clients, gives people the most efficient solution for accessing the world’s consumer and corporate email on the go, the statement added.
It said that in today’s climate, the costs and benefits of technology are under closer scrutiny and email is an essential driver of efficiency and productivity.
2-nokia-e55-2“Efficiency is about doing more with less and focusing on what’s truly essential,” says Kai Oistamo, Executive Vice President at Nokia.

“With direct access to Microsoft Exchange and IBM Lotus Notes, companies can potentially save up to a third of their operating costs as there’s no need for middleware or additional servers.”
The statement further pointed out that with the latest Eseries devices, people will no longer need to boot up a PC to get a full desktop email experience.

Nokia X6 16GB Reviews

Nokia X6 16GB Pictures – The Nokia X6 is the most technologically advanced music-oriented handset of the manufacturer to date and sports 3.2-inch touch sensitive screen, 16GB built-in memory, 5-megapixel camera with double LED flash and Carl Zeiss optics, A-GPS, 3.5mm jack and battery that will allow 35hrs of continuous audio playback.Nokia X6 16GB is available on Vodafone.Whats more,its giving it virtually free of cost with a 2 year agreement that’s at least £30 per month which would include 600 minutes, 500MB of mobile internet, and unlimited texting. Nokia X6 16GB phone is pre-loaded with Vodafone 360 Homescreen and the British comedy show Gavin & Stacey of third series. It also has a 3.2 capacitive touchscreen display, HSPA, Wi-Fi, Nokia Maps, GPS, 3.5mm headset jack, stereo speakers, TV-out and a 5MP camera with Carl Zeiss lens .Announced last week during NW09, the new Nokia X6 touchscreen phone should be available starting the fourth quarter of the year, for €450 – a Nokia Comes With Music subscription is included in this price.
We just got word that the Nokia X6 16GB is now available at Nokia’s US flagship stores in Chicago and New York for $455 USD plus tax. There are no signs of online retailers having them in stock yet, so these may be the only places to get them in the US right now. For example, Amazon still doesn’t have an estimated date.The Nokia X6 16GB runs Symbian^1, has 16GB internal memory for music, movies, games, etc, 5 megapixels camera, 3.2in capacitive touchscreen, and more. For more details check out the Nokia X6 16GB full specifications.Nokia X6 combines fun and functionality in a totality. It offers three nice & free 3Dgames.The performance of camera and the web interface is amazingly well It supports 3 G technology that means it would support all the features available with such technology. Nokia X6 compact model is a step up and the long talk-time battery life is quite impressive and is especially suited for the business user. According to the press release that presented the X6, the phone will only be sold with the mentioned CWM subscription.

However, it looks like there will be a cheaper version of it, with only 16GB of internal memory (instead of 32GB) and without Nokia’s music download service that many may not need.
Nokia X6 16GB

Nokia X6 16GB
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Nokia E71

Nokia E71
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Monday, May 30, 2011

Mobiles Phone Samsung i8510 Refurbished 8GB Reviews

Mobiles Phone, phones android, Samsung i8510 Refurbished 8GB ReviewsThe Samsung i8510 space is a phone with an impressive 8.0 Lantern slides pixel mega television with the stress of the car, research on flash, Clin d ' eye Espial and it can also broadcast band.

The Samsung i8510 Refurbished 8GB  is also a capable smart phone running on the Symbian operating system meaning a wealth of customization options. The i8510 also includes HSDPA and Wi-Fi for fast web browsing, Bluetooth v2.0, built in GPS for SatNav software, 8GB of internal memory and an MP3 player.

Mobiles Phone Samsung i8510 Refurbished 8GB Reviews :

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The Samsung i8510 Refurbished 8GB is also known as the Samsung Innov8.

What's in the box?
* Instruction Manual
* Standard Li-ion Battery
* Mains Charger

8.0 Megapixel
The Clearance Samsung i8510 Innov8 features a camera to truly rival a top of the range stand alone digital camera. Capture your favourite moments as they happen with the 8.0 mega-pixel camera featuring digital zoom, integrated flash, face detection, blink detection and record video in QVGA quality at 120fps. Plus with a host of editing options on the phone, getting your pictures just right is easy!

Super fast HSDPA and 3G!
Do you have a need for speed? Well with the Innov8 you will be able to enjoy data speeds at an speedy 1.8 MBit/s or 3.6 MBit/s in downlink with this new HSDPA technology. You can download music, games, video clips and make & receive video calls at the touch of a button at incredibly fast speeds!

Built-in GPS Receiver
The Samsung i8510 on Orange features a built-in GPS receiver. GPS stands for Global Positioning System. More than two dozen GPS satellites orbit the Earth and transmit radio signals which allow any GPS receiver on the planet to determine its location, speed and direction. This is perfect for car satellite navigation!

QVGA Colour Screen!
The clearance i8510 supports an excellent 16 million colour screen. This display has amazing quality and clarity to make browsing images and video files a much more enjoyable experience.

Bluetooth v2.0
Thanks to Bluetooth wireless technology, data transmission is quick and easy. Meanwhile, And what's more, with Bluetooth wireless printing, sending images or documents to a compatible printer is child's play wherever you are, allowing you to produce quality printouts effortlessly.

Groovy sounds
The Innov8 combines "polyphonic" ringtones with MP3 technology. This can produce a high quality ring tone that allows for truly hi-fi quality speech or music as your tone. There is 8GB internal phone memory for storage of pictures and ringtones. This Samsung mobile phone also supports microSD (TransFlash). So you can store even more files.

Java technology
Thanks to Java technology, you can further enhance your Samsung i8510 mobile phone with interactive, vibrant games, which can be downloaded and stored in the handset. They are easy to delete, so you don't have to worry about cluttering up your memory.

Almost everyone has downloaded wallpapers and ring tones to their mobile phone at some time, and now with this added Java technology, this should provide hours of fun and entertainment for everyone.

Mobile Internet
Incorporating the latest technology for WAP 2.0 mobile internet, you can use WAP to access a range of information from the Internet including news, travel and information.

The i8510 supports MMS (Multimedia Message Service) for Multimedia text messaging. This new technology allows you to send sounds, pictures, animations and formatted text in your message. These messages can then be exchanged between friends and family with MMS enabled mobile phones.

Quad Band
The Samsung I8510 Innov8 (sometimes misspelt as innovate, inovate or inov8) operates on 4 different GSM frequencies (GSM850, GSM900, GSM1800 and GSM1900) meaning unrivalled coverage world-wide with roaming capability in over 120 countries. The addition of GSM850 means even more widespread coverage in North America.

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Sunday, May 29, 2011

Nokia N97 Balck and White Mobile Phones

okia introduced the Nokia N97 camera phone, the world's most advanced mobile computer, which will transform the way people connect to the Internet and to each other. Designed for the needs of Internet-savvy consumers, the Nokia N97 mobile phone combines a large 3.5" touch display with a full QWERTY keyboard, providing an 'always open' window to favorite social networking sites and Internet destinations. Nokia's flagship Nseries device introduces leading technology - including multiple sensors, memory, processing power and connection speeds - for people to create a personal Internet and share their 'social location.'The Nokia N97 smart phone supports up to 48GB of storage, including 32 GB of on-board memory, expandable with a 16 GB microSD flash memory card for music, media and more. This is complemented by excellent music capabilities, full support for the Nokia Music Store and continuous playback time of up to 1.5 days. The Nokia N97 camera phone also has a 5 Megapixel digital camera with high quality Carl Zeiss optics, 16:9 and DVD quality video capture, and support for services like Share on Nokia Ovi for immediate sharing over HSDPA and WLAN.

Nokia today announced the launch of the Nokia N97. It is the first touch-enabled Nseries device and has a horizontal tilt-slide form factor. It transforms from a touch slate to a landscape QWERTY device. The device, which has an Internet and entertainment focus, runs on S60 5th Edition, has a customisable, widget-based, home screen and full support for Ovi services
The home screen of the Nokia N97 mobile computer features the people, content and media that matter the most. Friends, social networks and news are available by simply touching the home screen. The 16:9 widescreen display can be fully personalized with frequently updated widgets of favorite web services and social networking sites. The Nokia N97 camera phone is also perfectly suited for browsing the web, streaming Flash videos or playing mobile games. Both the physical QWERTY and virtual touch input ensure efficiency in blogging, chatting, posting, sending texts or emailing.
The Nokia N97 mobile phone is expected to begin shipping in the first half of 2009 at an estimated retail price of 550 Euros before taxes or subsidies. For actual price information and full technical specifications visit the Nokia N97 info page at LetsGoMobile.

Nokia N95 8Gb Reviews

Nokia N95 8GB Review : At first glance the Nokia N95 8GB camera phone has a limited amount of buttons. It gives the device its placid look. The front side caries the buttons for the menu, the multimedia menu, answering and ending a call. Directly below the monitor the buttons are found for confirming an option in the menu or to go back one step. When you slide down the slider system, the multimedia buttons appear. We find the play, stop, pause, next and previous buttons here. The Nokia N95 8GB multimedia buttons make operating the multimedia functions a child's play. When the slider system is slid up, the numeric keys appear. The numeric keys have good relief and give better tactile feedback.We can be brief about the picture quality; it is excellent. The sample photos speak for themselves. During the time we were testing the camera, we had a trip planned to the CES in Las Vegas. This was a perfect time to take the Nokia 8GB N95 with us to the States. The environments of Las Vegas are very nice to take test pictures. The camera performed well, especially in good light circumstances. The colors are bright and the captured pictures are clear. When shooting in badly lit circumstances the quality drops dramatically and we notice the shortcomings of the sensor and the pixel sensitivity. The usual shortcomings of today's mobile photography. Continue to read the full Nokia N95 8GB Test at LetsGoMobile.

It was only last week that I wrote at the end of my review of the Nokia N81 8GB that you should keep an eye open for my take on the N95 8GB. Well, if you waited, you may be pleasantly surprised; because I'd say the N95 8GB is a better device.

When I looked at the original N95 I was not overly impressed. Sure it crammed in the features, but I found the handset large, build quality less than stunning, battery life poor, GPS antenna iffy and general software running a bit slow. Hardly a ringing endorsement.

The original N95 has had several firmware upgrades since my review appeared which I understand have dealt with some of the issues. But the good news is that the N95 8GB is an all round better handset from the start.It is still a beast of a mobile weighing you down to the tune of 128g and measuring 53mm wide and 21mm thick. It is 99mm tall and when you open the slider to get at the number pad it grows to a staggering 130mm. In terms of its size and shape, then, this mobile is not for those looking for neatness - in fact it feels like a throwback to the clunky phones of yesteryear. It needs to offer a big payoff for requiring you to carry it.

The ‘dual slider' concept remains. The number pad slides out of one end, and out of the other, a bank of four buttons for controlling music playback. I wasn't bowled over by the concept last time round and it doesn't grab me much this time either, but as before, you can use these buttons to control music playback when you are in applications other than the music player, which could be handy.

fter receiving rave reviews following its initial release last year the Nokia N 95 was followed up by the exciting news concerning the impending release of the new Nokia 8GB handset, which by the way is now out. The first thing that was noticed upon seeing the Nokia 8GB was the obvious difference in the color of its case, because while the Nokia N95 was available
in plum and silver this new 8GB model is now available in a great looking matte black finish.

Also, one more very obvious feature of the Nokia 8GB is that it comes with a great movie already in it and ready to play. Its the Spider Man 3 movie and its a new marketing ploy that Nokia has implemented which worked on us by the way. The screen on the 8GB is different from the screen on the N95 in one big obvious way and that is that it is bigger on the 8GB.
The old screen on the N95 was 2.6 inches while the new screen on the 8GB is 2.8 inches, which doesn’t seem like a whole lot but the added .2 inches does make a difference when text messaging and also does mean a little less squinting when watching movies on the handset.

One thing that Nokia handset uses have been consistently asking for is more battery life and their wishes have now been answered with the 8GB. However; longer battery life also means a bigger battery and so the rear of the 8GB has been reconfigurated to make room for the larger battery.

Nokia N85 with Feautures

Nokia, the Finnish giant has announced today the launch of the Nokia N85, a definitive entertainment package. The multimedia computer fabricated for mobile entertainment and gaming is the latest in the Nokia Nseries terrain. The attention-getting device has a smooth and sleek finish assuring to reach new levels of mobile amusement.

Juha-Pekka Sipponen, Director, Nokia Nseries, commented, “The Nokia N85 was created to be more than the sum of its parts, offering a complete mobile entertainment package designed for connecting, sharing and discovering. The iconic Nokia Nseries dual slider design has evolved to become smaller and sleeker while integrating the newest features and services to deliver the best mobile experience to date.”

The Nokia N85 promises to redefine your mobile experience with N-Gage gaming, music with in-built FM transmitter, a 5 megapixel camera with Carl Zeiss optics and geotagging capabilities, three month integrated license for turn-by-turn voice navigation and high-speed connectivity, all packed in one device. The device sets novel standards of mobile convergence with its powerful multimedia features. Combined with a striking 2.6″ OLED screen, the handset is a unique blend of gaming, photos, navigation and music.

Sharing files is now effortless with the latest Ovi and third party services via 3.5G HSDPA and Wi-Fi connectivity. The Nokia N85 additionally boasts of a 8 GB microSD card, an in-built FM transmitter for wireless access through a car or home stereo, a RDS radio or a wide selection of stations via the internet and a 3.5 mm audio jack that makes connecting to a top-quality headset really simple. Users can now enjoy up to 30 hours of music playback time with high-fidelity sound meaning you can play your favorite tracks virtually anywhere.

You also have an option of customizing the Nokia N85 to your own likes with the pre-loaded Nokia Download application. The application offers a wide range of bespoken attributes including an amazing selection of world-class branded entertainment content as well as the latest in mobile gaming and dynamic applications.

With a multitude of powerful functionality, the Nokia N85 should hit stores in October 2008 at an estimated retail price of EUR 450, before taxes and subsidies.

Why don’t you try Nokia n85? It’s quite great. It has a big battery with 1200 mAh, a talk time of 6.9 hours on GSM, 4.5 hours on WCDMA and 9 hours VoIP. N85 kept the same slider form and keypad layout as its N81 predecessor. This time Nokia had offered a more stylish look to its device. A look which will definitively make all of you buy it. I don’t know you but I personally like and I’ve arrived to respect all the Nokia ell phone models. There are all sorts of models for all sorts of technology. It’s up to you what you prefer from a cell phone.
How can we find out what are the cell phone accessories which are compatible with this cell phone? Well, it’s quite easy. When you’ll buy your new cell phone the cell phone company’s operator can tell you what those cell phone accessories are or you can access a special site which is going to present you all the compatible cell phone accessories
Again, the N85's camera makes use of Carl Zeiss optics, and it features VGA resolution video capture at 30 fps, comes with a dual LED flash and autofocus. The camera integrates with the N85's on-board GPS to allow geotagging of photos, and these can be uploaded directly from the handset to the web.

Like the Nokia N96 (and N95 before it) this is a two-way slider with a numeric keypad in one direction and a set of multimedia or gaming keys in the other. The media keys change legends depending on function, a little similar to the Motorola ROKR E8 in concept.

Nokia E72

Nokia E72

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Nokia E72 grey

Nokia E72 grey

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Nokia E72 black

Nokia E72 black

Nokia E72 black

Nokia E72 black

Nokia E72 black

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