Nokia E55

February 18, 2009


Nokia announced “world’s thinnest smartphone” (116 x 49 x 9.9 mm), the E55 with SureType keyboard. According to the press release, it’s got 28 days of standby time in its battery operating on GSM, as well as full Nokia Maps and assisted GPS with integration. Look for it this summer for 265 euros unsubsidized.

The phone sports a 2.4-inch QVGA screen, 3.2 megapixel camera, 3.5 mm headphone jack, 802.11 b/g, EGPRS, and Bluetooth 2.0.
Here comes my spare phone…

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Nokia 6700 Classic

February 2, 2009


The 6700 classic is one of the successor to the immensely popular 6300 circa 2007. The “slim” 6700 classic is a small-screened candybar with a 5 megapixel camera, aGPS navigation, and HSPA data access. Simple.

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Random pic of the week

January 12, 2009


Phone with a safety feature? Hope it’s not real…

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Nokia N97

December 2, 2008


Nokia new flagship phone. “Nokia today unveiled the Nokia N97, the world’s most advanced mobile computer… Designed for the needs of Internet-savvy consumers, the Nokia N97 combines a large 3.5″ 16:9 widescreen touch display with a full QWERTY keyboard, providing an ‘always open’ window to favorite social networking sites and Internet destinations…”.
Integrated A-GPS, an electronic compass, HSDPA and WLAN, 32 GB of on-board memory, expandable with a 16 GB microSD card for music, 5-Megapixel camera with high-quality Carl Zeiss optics, 16:9 and DVD quality video capture.
iPhone and Omnia killer?

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Nokia E63

November 30, 2008


An E71 downgrade? Less expensive than the E71, 3.5mm audiojack, available in 2 colors with simplified back cover, 2mm wider and 3mm thicker, no HSDPA or A-GPS, 2MP cam instead of 3.2, otherwise quite similar…

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Nokia 5800 XpressMusic

November 7, 2008


The highlight of this device is the touchscreen-enabled Series60 interface dubbed S60 5th Edition. The 5800 doesn’t have a directional pad nor an Enter button but is instead fully controlled using the touchscreen. There is haptic feedback for every action performed, a useful feature when you don’t have the tactility of physical keys. 

It has a  640 x 360-pixel display for a 16:9 aspect ratio for viewing HD clips and a 3.2 megapixels camera. This handset comes with HSDPA, Wi-Fi, GPS and an 8GB card is included as standard and the microSD card slot supports up to 32GB cards. This phone is complemented by built-in speakers and a 3.5mm audio jack so you can plug in your favorite headphones or TV-out cable. Nokia rates the 5800 for up to 9 hours of talktime and 35 hours for music playback and has a price of €279.

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NOKIA E71

June 18, 2008


The Nokia E71 is the successor to the Nokia E61.
It will have a 3.2 megapixel autofocus camera with macro focus of 10-60 cm, GPS with integrated A-GPS, WiFi, HSDPA, weigh 127grams and be only 57 x 114 x 10 mm, smaller than its predecessor for one hand usage.
The screen is 320 x 240 pixels (QVGA) resolution with two customisable home screen modes similar to the E66 (Nokia learnt that people like me uses the E series for playing games too, haha).
The buttons look Treo like, due to their raised nature and it has an accelerated scrolling with NaviTMKey. With 110 MB internal dynamic memory and increased to maximum 8 GB with amicroSD memory card slot similar to the E66. Has patterns on the back metal casing similar to the E51.
Seems very much enhanced, but no standard earphone jack?

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