Monday, July 21, 2008

Vodafone Beatbox

Wednesday, June 25, 2008

2 Billion may Suffer from Mobile Cancer by 2020: Australian Health Research Institute Reports

New Delhi, Delhi, India, -- (Business Wire India) The studies and survey conducted by Australian Health Research Institute indicates that due to billions of times more in volume electromagnetic radiation emitted by billions of mobile phones, internet, intranet and wireless communication data transmission will make almost 1/3 rd of world population (about 2 billions) patient of ear, eye and brain cancer beside other major body disorders like heart ailments, impotency, migraine, epilepsy etc. According to the reports the tissues of children are tender and are likely to be more effected by use of any wireless gadget and devices and they should not be encouraged to use mobile phone. The fatal and volumetric effects of Electromagnetic Radiation emitted mainly by mobile phones, Mobile phone antenna, tower, Mast, Transmission Tower, Microwave oven, wireless devices, system and equipment. These dangerous effects have been certified and confirmed repeatedly by many leading medical and scientific research institutions of the world including Ministries of health of various governments, W.H.O. and now have been admitted and confirmed by Govt. of India in their recent press releases.

The attached image shows and proves about the serious ill effects of E.M. radiation released by Radiation Nuclear and Safety Authority of FINLAND as to how E.M. radiation emitted by mobile phones damages the various body cells and causes incurable and fatal diseases.

Potential new risk from mobile phones

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Symptoms and Health Risks by use of mobile phone:

-- As and when, any mobile user starts feeling, sleep disturbance, restlessness, depression, nervousness, headache, reduction of power in concentration, hot spot in the brain and partial overheating of brain, eyes and ears, high blood pressure, productivity problems (impotency, exhaustion, physical weakness, genotype disturbances, changes in blood formations and change of readings glasses number, it is a clear warning that person with such symptoms is suffering one or the other dangerous diseases due to excessive use of mobile.

Precautions, the Mobile users must take

Never keep Mobile phone near your heart (left pocket), ever allow children below 16 years and pregnant women to use Mobile phones, never cook food in a microwave oven, never give infants and children pre heated milk or food from micro wave oven, never use premises for living and working where transmission mast / tower are installed.(effective range is 66meters in radius),switch off Mobile phones when not in use, never keep mobile near to your bed side when sleeping, prefer the usage of land line if available, Use Mobile phones only in Emergency and for very short duration, never use other wireless gadgets for very long durations.

-- It is always advisable that mobile phone should not be treated and used like a land line nor it is an alternate to landline and it should be used as an emergency alternate to land line. Availability and use of mobile in urgency may click a deal and bring fortune to few and in case of accidental emergency, police and ambulance services can be contacted, medical aid may be provided and few lives may be saved. But excessive use of mobile can finish once life particularly when the one use the same while driving, while walking and talking on road and excessive use of mobile without any protective device is more harmful than smoking and chewing of tobacco.

Protective and safety device

The leading mobile phone handset manufacturers of the world, including Nokia, Motorola, Siemens, Ericsson, Samsung etc and operators are blaming each others rather than owning the responsibility to work and produce one or the other safety devices or incorporate the available devices in their handset. A leading German researcher innovated, designed, developed and started marketing a wonder chip known as Green 8 for mobile, computer and buildings. This worldwide tried, tested and proven chip is in the world market since 1996. Millions of consumers worldwide have used, are using and have been benefited. The field reports of Green8 magic chip, which is neither a shield, nor an absorber, nor an protector but it is only a neutralizer as claimed by the innovator. This chip works and functions on the tried principle of harmonizing, transforming and neutralizing the negative polarity of electromagnetic radiation into positive polarity of radiation which leaves no biological effects on human organs, vegetables and planet. For any and all further information on radiation, world news and protective devices, readers may contact by sending e-mail. to or

For complete and detailed information, test reports, live tests and world news on radiation, can be read on

Thursday, June 19, 2008

The Ultimate N82 Battery

For those N82 users who insist that the given Nokia battery provides poor performance, this battery may be what you're looking for...

It's a 2000mAh BP-6MT Lithium-ion Battery (as opposed to Nokia's 1050mAh BP-6MT), which basically means it's roughly twice as durable as the Nokia one. Notice that it's also physically twice the size of the Nokia one - meaning that if you feel that your Nokia N82 is already very thick, you probably shouldn't get this, or people will start to wonder what you have hidden in your pockets...

It's going for US$9.99 from Hong Kong, and to be honest I'm not exactly sure whether this battery is reliable or not; although I'm tempted to purchase this since it's going for a rather cheap price, and to do a complete review on the battery unit.

Oh, and if you do intend to get it, a word of warning - if you're doing any firmware updates, you MUST place your original Nokia battery in your N82 before conducting them. This is because the upgrade checks for the battery, and if it's not the official Nokia one, the update will terminate, screwing up your phone. Don't say I didn't warn you...

Saturday, June 14, 2008

World's first mobile phone with built in projector

This whole idea has been talked about alot and it has actually been made into a reality by a Chinese company named CKING. It was showcased just recently at the IMIE2008 which took place in China. The device is in a candy bar form factor and features an iPhone look alike UI. It is pretty thick, probably due to the built in projector. It also features powerful stereo speakers. Enjoy the pics.

New Sony Ericsson F305

Sony Ericsson F305 specifications:
- Mid / low slider gaming (F=fun) phone
- 2 inch 176×220 dislpay
- 2 mega pixel (non AF) camera
- 10 MB built in memory
- Memory Stick Micro™ (M2™) support
- Bluetooth 2.0 A2DP
- FM-Radio
- PlayNow™
- TrackID™
- stereo speakers
- preloaded games
- weighs 97.5 grams
- measures 96×47x14.6 mm
- Available colours: Polar White and Mystic Black

Friday, June 13, 2008

Three Nokia handsets leaked – two N-Series, and the 5800 Tube

Nokia's 5800 Tube was seen some months ago, now, it makes another appearance, along with the N85, and the N79. The N79 looks to come in two colors – titanium or white, and bears a resemblance to Nokia's N82, except it doesn't sport the fingernail-style keys of the N82. The screen looks to be about standard for an N-Series device – 2.4”.

Next, the N85, which has the dual-slide form-factor of the N95/6. It comes with a five megapixel camera, much like the N95/6, but with the addition of an Xenon flash. It also dumps the Nokia N96'S stand, in favor of a lens cover. It should be available in your choice of black or white.

The 5800 Tube, a mostly all-touchscreen device, with a few buttons on the face of the device. It looks not to have a finger-driven UI, but rather stylus input, given the picture below. It will be the first Nokia to use their S60 Touch UI. The camera is a 3.2MP affair, with a dual LED flash. No word yet on when any of these three devices will be announced.

Thursday, June 12, 2008

Swarovski Sony Ericsson K550

Check out this Sony Ericsson K550 decorated with Swarovski crystals.

Tuesday, June 10, 2008

Samsung i900 Omnia

Samsung i900 Omnia specifications:
- GSM 850/900/1800/1900
- TouchWiz user interface
- Windows Mobile 6.1 Professional OS
- measures 112 x 56.9 x 12.5 mm
- 3.2 inch WQVGA display (240x400)
- optical mouse
- microSD suppurt
- there will be 2 versions: 8 GB and 16 GB internal storage
- HSDPA 7.2 Mbps
- Wifi
- built in GPS
- Bluetooth
- FM radio
- Li-Ion 1440 mAh comes as standard
- DivX/XviD/WMV/MP4 player
- TV Out
- 5 mega pixel AF camera with smile detection and geotagging
- dual led flash
- built in accelerometer

Apple iPhone 3G live pic

Apple Introduces the New iPhone 3G

Twice as Fast at Half the Price

SAN FRANCISCO—June 9, 2008—Apple® today introduced the new iPhone™ 3G, combining all the revolutionary features of iPhone with 3G networking that is twice as fast* as the first generation iPhone, built-in GPS for expanded location based mobile services, and iPhone 2.0 software which includes support for Microsoft Exchange ActiveSync and runs the hundreds of third party applications already built with the recently released iPhone SDK. In the US the new iPhone 3G is priced at a stunning $199 for the 8GB model, and just $299 for the 16GB model.** iPhone 3G will be available in more than 70 countries later this year, beginning with customer availability in 22 countries—Australia, Austria, Belgium, Canada, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Hong Kong, Ireland, Italy, Japan, Mexico, Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, Portugal, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, UK and the US—on July 11.

“Just one year after launching the iPhone, we’re launching the new iPhone 3G that is twice as fast at half the price,” said Steve Jobs, Apple’s CEO. “ iPhone 3G supports Microsoft Exchange ActiveSync right out of the box, runs the incredible third party apps created with the iPhone SDK, and will be available in more than 70 countries around the world this year.”

iPhone 3G gives users ever faster access to the Internet and email over their cellular network with quad-band GSM and tri-band HSDPA for voice and data connectivity around the world. iPhone 3G supports Wi-Fi, 3G and EDGE networks and automatically switches between them to ensure the fastest possible download speeds. The new iPhone 3G also makes it easier to multi-task with simultaneous voice and data communications, so with iPhone 3G you can browse the web, get map directions, or check your email while you are on a call.

iPhone 3G includes the new iPhone 2.0 software with both the iPhone SDK and key enterprise features such as support for Microsoft Exchange ActiveSync to provide over-the-air push email, contact and calendar syncing as well as remote wipe and Cisco IPsec VPN for encrypted access to corporate networks. The iPhone SDK allows developers to create amazing applications that leverage the iPhone’s groundbreaking Multi-Touch™ user interface, animation technology, accelerometer and GPS technology on the world’s most advanced mobile platform.

iPhone 3G includes the new App Store, providing iPhone users with native applications in a variety of categories including games, business, news, sports, health, reference and travel. The App Store on iPhone works over cellular networks and Wi-Fi, which means it is accessible from just about anywhere, so you can purchase and download applications wirelessly and start using them instantly. Some applications are even free and the App Store notifies you when application updates are available. The App Store will be available in 62 countries at launch.

Additional features available with the iPhone 2.0 software include the ability to do real-time mapping and track your progress with GPS technology, mass move and delete multiple email messages, search for contacts, access a new scientific calculator, turn on parental control restrictions for specified content, save images directly from a web page or email them to your iPhone and easily transfer them back to your photo library on your Mac® or PC. iPhone 3G delivers an amazing 10 hours of talk time on 2G networks and 5 hours using 3G, with up to 5 to 6 hours of web browsing, up to 7 hours for video playback and up to 24 hours for audio playback.

iPhone 3G takes advantage of MobileMe™, a new Internet service that pushes email, contacts, and calendars from an online “cloud” to native applications on iPhone, iPod® touch, Macs and PCs. With MobileMe email, messages are pushed instantly to iPhone, removing the need to manually check email and wait for downloads, and push keeps contacts and calendars continuously up-to-date so changes made on one device are automatically updated on other devices. With iPhone, you can even snap a photo and post it directly to a MobileMe Gallery to share with friends and family.

iPhone 3G will be available in the US on July 11 for a suggested retail price of $199 (US) for the 8GB model and $299 (US) for the 16GB model in both Apple and AT&T’s retail stores and requires a new two year contract with AT&T for qualifying customers. iPhone 2.0 software will be available on July 11 as a free software update via iTunes® 7.7 or later for all iPhone customers. For further information about iPhone 3G pricing and availability in the US and internationally, visit

*Based on 3G and EDGE testing. Actual speeds vary by site conditions.
**Based on iPhone 3G (8GB) and first generation iPhone (8GB) purchases. Requires new two year AT&T rate plan, sold separately.

Apple ignited the personal computer revolution in the 1970s with the Apple II and reinvented the personal computer in the 1980s with the Macintosh. Today, Apple continues to lead the industry in innovation with its award-winning computers, OS X operating system and iLife and professional applications. Apple is also spearheading the digital media revolution with its iPod portable music and video players and iTunes online store, and has entered the mobile phone market with its revolutionary iPhone.

Sunday, June 8, 2008

Nokia E66 and E71 demonstrations

Nokia have put up the demonstrations of the E66 and E71 at their website. I wonder why they haven't officially announced the phone worldwide (not only in Italy).

Saturday, June 7, 2008

TV N96 Multi-media Phone With TV & Bluetooth Function - Nokia N96 clone

TV N96
- Tri-band: GSM 900 / 1800 / 1900 MHZ.
- Fashion TV player.
- Dual slide phone.
- 2.8 inch display screen.
- Handwritten & Keyboard input.
- 64 channels polyphonic ringtone.
- MP3 / MP4 multimedia player.
- Dual cameras.
- Front camera : 0.3MP.
- Back camera : 1.3MP.
- FM radio.
- Bluetooth function.

Support GSM 900 / 1800 / 1900 Mhz. This TV multi-media phone features 2.4 inch display screen and dual slide. It supports mp3/mp4 player function and include dual cameras. Other functions include bluetooth, FM radio and so on.

Package Contains :
1 x transceiver
1 x earphones
1 x cable
1 x 256MB TF memory card
1 x charger
1 x battery
1 x Chinese manual

Thursday, June 5, 2008

Review of GSM/UMTS-smartphone Nokia 6210 Navigator

Mobile-review have posted their review of the Nokia 6210 Navigator. Here is the final impression.

Call quality was never an issue with the 6210 Navigator, as it easily lived up to our expectations of a Nokia-branded phone. Ring tones sounded quite loud thanks to the handset’s dual speakers. Surprisingly, we found the 6210’s vibro alert to be very shrill.

The 6210 Navigator is set to land this August with the price tag of 300 Euro, which includes a pre-pair license for pedestrian and in-car navigation (accounts for 50 Euros or so). Obviously, the maker gets it at a lower rate.

How does the 6210 fare as a portable Navigator? Quite well – it has no crucial failings, but it’s no different from the rest of S60-powered devices either (bar the on-screen compass, which is a quite useless trinket that will keep you entertained for 5-10 minutes at best). Will Nokia be able to sell it in droves and bring it into the mainstream? For this to happen a lot of things have to click in and align the right fashion, plus it will do only for some specific markets, where navigation-savvy handsets are all the rage, and the 6210 will look appropriate in terms of price-quality (again we stumble upon the all-in-one device dilemma). However it won’t work out on most market (including CIS countries), since there is still only a very thin layer of people who do realize what navigation is all about; the truth is, this market isn’t mature enough. Meanwhile those few savvy users will rather prefer top-of-the-line NSeries solutions or the upcoming ESeries devices. At the end of the day there is no way-out for the 6210 Navigator – while this phone aims at the mainstream, there is just no market for it to flourish on. The interesting thing, though, is that it’s exactly the same story as what we witnessed with the Nokia 6110 Navigator, basically the same hurdles killed the sales of Nokia’s first navigation-centric solution. It seems as if the manufacturer is waiting for the market to explode and come to love smartphones of this breed, so that they’ll happen to have an affordable mass-market device on offer at the right time. As far as my opinion goes, I see no compelling argument for buying the Nokia 6210 Navigator right now. It doesn’t differ from older offerings in terms of navigations, for they can be upgraded with the latest version of Nokia maps too, and sure loses to the maker’s latest and greatest FP2-equipped handsets.

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Wednesday, June 4, 2008

New Motorola A1800 pics

Here are yet more live pics of the Motorola A1800.

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New Sony Ericsson candy bar leaked

Finally, a leak of a new device (asides from Paris and beibei). is of a low end candy bar and hence not very exciting. I am guessing that this will also be announced on the 17th.

Thursday, May 29, 2008

Sony Ericsson Paris demo video

Here is the long awaited Sony Ericsson Paris demo video from m-one over at se-world.

Monday, May 26, 2008

Review of GSM/UMTS-handset Sony Ericsson C702

Mobile-review have posted their review of the Sony Ericsson C702 Cyber-shot. Here is their final impression.

Our C702 unit was loud enough to break our preconceptions about muffled sound of ruggedized handsets. The phone’s vibra alert turned out to be average strength-wise, though. The reception quality of the C702 was quite good – we got strong signal levels in most places and didn’t notice any significant differences from other contemporary solutions.

The C702 is set to arrive this June at a price of 320 Euro. It has no standout features or treats barring the casing design; as for the camera, it’s actually nothing new, since the Sony Ericsson K770 packed in pretty much the same unit. The C702 is a fairly good choice if you are in the market for a handset that is a fraction more protected from dust and abuse than most other mass-market solutions. Also going for this phone is its lens cover and flashlight mode for the camera. But, the bottom line is this: the C702 has no bells and whistles as far as its camera department is concerned, it even can’t stand up to last year’s flagship, the Sony Ericsson K790/K800. It’s a well-rounded and versatile device aimed at a small-numbered audience bent on ruggedized phones. The C702 is robust enough to survive a few tumbles and resist water and mud, but of course it doesn’t have the level of protection to spend a minute in water and take no damage. On the other hand, Sony Ericsson isn’t charging the maximum for it, on the contrary, the C702 is relatively affordable for this device type, especially for want of real competition. While it boasts a nearly perfect build quality, its plastic quality and materials let it down. Some will come across the problem of worn-out keys, some won’t; the good news is that the manufacturer has promised to sort this out, but considering the shape of the C702’s buttons and their size, we have some doubts that Sony Ericsson will be able to improve their coating significantly. Also among the C702’s failings is its display that gets washed out in the sun.

On balance, the C702 has a likable design, mediocre specs and its price tag is 25 percent heftier than that of its non-ruggedized counterpart. All this indicates that Sony Ericsson is into niche-aimed solutions and puts a lot of effort into diving the market into narrow segments. As of today it has no rival out and about, so all fans of the late Siemens M-series can well thrown the C702 onto their short-lists, given its similar degree of protection, prowess in basic functions and some extra contemporary feats under the hood (camera, music, GPS).

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Sony Ericsson Paris – the story of one affordable device

Mobile-review have posted a very interesting article about the Sony Ericsson Paris. Here are the final paragraphs from the article.

The Paris looks more like Sony Ericsson’s attempt to settle down in the segment of touchscreen devices before Motorola or Nokia make it there. In my opinion, this is a niche-aimed solution that is not like the G900 (which has all what it takes to turn into a widely adopted device). The Sony Ericsson Paris will be sort of a late call and too few will really crave for its QWERTY keyboard. It’s pretty difficult to find a scenario where its sales numbers will be stellar. UIQ-based devices will see an all-round new platform only towards the end of Q2 2009, when the maker will switch to new models with upgraded and enhanced specs, and as for today, Sony Ericsson is trying to get the maximum out of its old solutions and platforms. And the fact is, they have already approached the upper limit there, when it's no longer possible to take their ideas in the top segment any further in view of insufficient computing power and performance.

More images of the Paris will be leaked very soon, but this time around, there will be more angles and better quality (which is crucial) – we will update this article with them as soon as possible. Stay tuned for more!

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4 unique innovations of the HTC Touch Diamond

John Wang, Chief Marketing Officer at HTC is showing 4 unique innovations of the HTC Touch Diamond pdaphone.

Thursday, May 22, 2008

iPhone iDial Video Demo

Short demo of the iDial dialer application for the iPhone. Fun!

CECT N96 with 1GB sd, 99% like Nokia N96

Brand new in the box!

Unlocked + tri-band one of the best phone out there!

Exact same as the real one.

The phone has no WIFI-GPS, made in china

NOkia N96 with EMAP (in Chinese language only), FM radio, Unlocked,

Tri-Band 900 1800 1900 MHZ.

2 cameras with Flash lighting,

FM, Bluetooth Stereo.

It has a very good handy feeling.

Support Multi-Languages: English, French, Spanish, Portuguese, etc.

• Fashionable PDA,
• high-quality cameras with 2.0 mega pixel high resolution 2.0 Mega pixel camera.
• Supports Bluetooth V 2.0
• 64 chord speakers
• Dual 3D stereo speaks
• Built-in games
• Network frequency: GSM900/1800/1900 MHz
• Phone Style: straight
• Phone Screen: 3.0 inch, 262K Color LCM
• GPRS/WAP/MMS: Support (built-in)
• Bluetooth: support
• MP3 play: support
• Speaker/flash Memory: support
• Cameras: Double 130 mega pixel
• MPEG4: support still image and video capture
• Memory: support T-Flash card
• Audio: 64 Ring tone, stereo earphone
• Multilingual: Support
• Game: Support

Package includes:
1 x battery
1 x USB cable
1 x battery charger
1 x original box
1 x user guid
1 x 512MB memory card
1 x english user guide

Sunday, May 18, 2008

The Evolution of Mobile Phones 1985 - Today

Check out this interesting video showing how mobile phones have evolved from 1985 till now and beyond. Enjoy!

Saturday, May 17, 2008

HTC Touch Diamond Hands-on video!

- 2.8-inch touch screen, with four times the pixels of most phones.
- Vibrant TouchFLO 3D user interface, responding perfectly to your finger gestures when scrolling through contacts, browsing the web, and launching media… all vividly displayed as photos and artwork powered by the 3D graphics processor.
- HTC Weather - providing a constant view of weather at home and abroad.
- Surf and download at broadband speed with HSDPA internet connectivity.
- 3.2 megapixel auto-focus camera for quality stills and video.
- 4GB of internal storage to preserve more photos, music, files and exchanged data than ever before.
- Integrated GPS for use with maps software for a full turn-by-turn satellite navigation experience.

More Nokia N76 white pics

Here are some fresh new live pics of the white Nokia N76. I think it looks really nice.

LG Bikini phone

LG-SH640/KH6400/LH6400 brief specifications:
- 240×320 display
- Touch sensitive InteractPad under display
- 3 mega pixel AF camera
- Bluetooth 2.0
- 3G

Motorola W755 official pics

Motorola W755- 1x and EVDO for data transmition
- 1.3 mega pixel camera
- small external display (same size as the K1m) with touch sensitive buttons located around it for controlling music playback control, bluetooth and volume
- microSD support
- 80 MB built in memory
- 5 Themes included: Classic and Youth (as on the Z6c), Personalizer, Messenger, and Vapor
- Bluetooth profiles: Imaging, DUN, Handsfree Voice Gateway, OBEX File Transfer, OBEX Push, SPP
- mini USB


Debut brings breakthroughs in size, style, connectivity and overall user experience, leaves compromise at the door.

HONG KONG — Born from a unique heritage of innovation and a deep desire to blend design with simplicity, HTC Corp. (TAIEX: 2498; “HTC”) , a global leader in mobile phone innovation and design, unveiled its new flagship phone, the HTC Touch Diamond™.

HTC is also extremely pleased to announce that Hong Kong’s leading mobile company, Hong Kong CSL Limited has been appointed the exclusive Hong Kong distributor and operator partner of the HTC Touch Diamond™.

Delivering unmistakable style and meticulous craftsmanship, the HTC Touch Diamond™ is defined by its compact size, game-changing Internet and its new captivating 3D touch interface called TouchFLO 3D. The result is an uncompromising mobile phone that sets a new benchmark for phone sophistication and shapes consumer expectations for how a phone can be used.

“Today we mark a new era in mobile phone evolution, an era where beauty and size integrate with uncompromising innovation at broadband speeds,” said Peter Chou, president and CEO, HTC Corp. “The HTC Touch Diamond™ will make browsing the Web and using Web-enabled applications just as practical and easy to use as making calls.”

“CSL has long been the distribution and operator partner of HTC since HTC first launched in Hong Kong. CSL continues to see a strong demand for HTC mobile devices affirming the trend of growing mobile internet and data usage in Hong Kong”, said Christina Teo, Hong Kong CSL Limited’s Chief Marketing Officer.

A New Dimension To Touch
HTC has taken a great leap forward in touch screen innovation with the introduction of its new 3D touch interface called TouchFLO™ 3D. TouchFLO™ 3D provides animated access to people, messaging, email, photos, music, weather and more. In addition, HTC is introducing a new innovative touch-sensitive navigation control for interacting with Touch Diamond™.

Making The Mobile Internet Fun
With the introduction of the Touch Diamond™, HTC delivers an entirely new mobile Internet experience that utilizes broadband-like speeds with HSDPA wireless connectivity of up to 7.2 Mbps. Committed to improving Web browsing, HTC provides a new customized mobile Web browser that enables easy viewing and effortless navigation of Websites in the way they were designed. As part of this browsing experience users can zoom and pan Websites with one-hand and automatically view optimized content that has been specially created to fit the display. Turning the device sideways automatically rotates the web page view from a portrait to landscape view.

Samsung i900 Windows Mobile smartphone live pics

SGH-i900 brief specifications:
Network standards: WCDMA (3G), GSM 850/900/1800/1900
Volume: 112 × 56 × 13mm
The main screen parameters: color screen, 260,000-color, TFT, touch screen, 240 × 400 pixels, 3.5 inches
System: WindowsMobile 6.1 Professional
Camera: built-in camera
Sensor type: CMOS sensor
Pixel: 500 million pixels
Bluetooth: support, Bluetooth v2.0, A2DP Bluetooth stereo
WLAN (WiFi): support, 802.11 b / g
Expansion card: support TF card (microSD card), the largest support 8 GB

Sony Ericsson W760 Intense Black live pics

W760 Walkman® phone – Enjoy and share – anywhere in the world

- Stay grounded – GPS and Wayfinder Navigator™1)
- built-in, plus Google Maps™ for step-by-step
- directions to your destination
- Share your music inside and out
- Twin speakers with Stereo Widening plus an
- optional Active Speaker for outdoor use
- Match your mood – choose and match your music
with SensMe™
- Score big – great gaming features, motion
control and widescreen gameplay.
- Need for Speed™ ProStreet preloaded
- Find your way with GPS

Looking for the location of a gig or a new club? Even a new city poses no challenge for the W760. The phone’s built-in GPS with Wayfinder Navigator™1) lets you search over 20 million points of interest around the globe and talks you to your destination every turn of the way. There’s also a GPS-supported fitness application called Tracker that can tell you how fast, for how long and how far you ran (or walked!).

Tuesday, May 13, 2008

Opera Mini Web Browser Is A Great Alternative

If you haven't already tried out Opera Mini you need to give it a shot. It's a great alternative to the built in Web application. Pages load fast and the layout is perfect. I've seen a few website rendered wrong with the Web application, and Opera Mini can handle it perfectly.

Today they released Opera Mini 4.1 which doubles the speed of previous versions. I hadn't used Opera Mini in a really long time because it wasn't fast enough and I was always more than happy with the built in Web application. But after giving this latest release I try I am extremely impressed and can honestly say Opera Mini will probably be used more than Web. The speed is amazing and there are just so many more features to this application. One of my favorites being the ability to scroll down pages fast and smoothly instead of click by click like the Web application.

Here is a list of some of the important features.

Search Within Text
Auto-Completion of URLS based on your history and bookmarks
Offline Viewing
Speed Dial Bookmarks
Power Scrolling
Custom search shortcuts
Page Overview
Auto Jump To Text
Full Screen Viewing Even In Landscape

There is a ton of more features so you gotta try out the application yourself to see the rest. Opera Mini is also amazing because it re-renders the pages through it's own servers and minimizes the page sizes. Those who have expensive data plans will save lots of money.

A few tips.
Keep the settings on portrait. Rotating the N82 will also rotate the screen and it works perfectly. If you get sick of the application asking you which access point to use you can fix this. Go into your Application Manager and select Opera Mini. Click options and Access Points. Set your Network Access to Always Aloud.

Keep in mind this is a Java application which means it can be used on just about any phone. I'm usually not fond of java applications because they tend to run slow and not as smooth as native .sis applications, but Opera Mini is an exception.

Check out the official Opera Mini Guided Tour Video below.

Go to from your phone or computer to download the latest version.

Which do you prefer? The standard Web application or Opera Mini?

Monday, May 12, 2008

Nokia N78 Unboxing and Quick Tour

"The Nokia N78 truly lives up to the Nseries promise of delivering unparalleled mobile multimedia experiences with the very latest technologies and services," says Jonas Geust, who oversees Nokia's Nseries devices. "The Nokia N78 empowers people to explore their passions, enjoy their favourite music and share their experiences with others and is set to continue the range of well-balanced Nseries devices such as the successful Nokia N73."

Shiny Preview: HTC Diamond

Re-defining the perception of advanced mobile phones… the HTC Touch Diamond™ signals a giant leap forward in combining hi-tech prowess with intuitive usability and exhilarating design.

Featuring a sharp 2.8-inch touch screen housed within a stunning formation of brushed steel and flawless faceted edges, the HTC Touch Diamond is as beautiful to behold as it is to use.

With HTC’s vibrant touch-responsive user interface, TouchFLO™ 3D, and ultra-fast HSDPA internet connectivity… the HTC Touch Diamond offers a rich online experience to rival a notebook computer, allowing you to interact with Google, YouTube, and Wikipedia as freely as you would with a broadband connection.

Samsung Glyde review roundup

The Samsung Glyde was one of the most hyped phones on an American carrier in recent memory leading up to its launch, and there's one small problem with that: it's hard to live up to the fanfare, no matter how good (or bad) the phone might be. A common early complaint coming out of the gate seems to be the lack of support for Verizon's MediaFLO-based VCAST TV service, a service that the Glyde's main competition, the Voyager, supports. The UI's also getting panned for being a little more confusing that it needs to be; compounding matters is the fact that Phone Scoop describes it as a "push UI" on account of a fiddly touchscreen. For what it's worth, it seems that the keyboard is at least quite good -- so if you can put up with the negatives, the Glyde might still have a place in your pocket. Otherwise, the Voyager's still looking awfully good, isn't it?

Read - LAPTOP Magazine (2.5 / 5 stars, " by a poor UI and unreliable performance")
Read - Phone Scoop ("The Glyde pairs a few of the best things from the physical and touch worlds")
Read - PHONE Magazine ("The Verizon Glyde isn't a bad cellphone, but it's outshone by its rivals")

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