The Nokia E72 is a great E-series handset from the Finnish handset maker and I’m sure that this phone will continue to create records like the E71. The phone was leaked longed back. The E71 is one of the most popular handsets in the market even today and the E72 addresses the drawbacks of this phone pretty much in every department. I had a chance to interact with the Product manager of this phone – Mika Savolainen @ Nokia World. After using the phone for a short duration, the E72 feels like a pumped up E71 for sure.
The X6 [specs] is an awesome looking music phone with a capacitive screen. While the phone got announced at Nokia World last week we have some camera samples from the 5 Mega Pixel Camera of this Music Phone. Interestingly the Camera packs Carl Zeiss optics and a dual LED flash. Continue reading “Nokia X6 Camera Samples”
The Nokia X6 [pics] is one of the coolest looking nokia music phones so far. The XpressMusic phones looked monotonous in terms of design but the X6 marks the launch of X series of phones which looks really impressive. Watch the video below in which a Nokia rep from Spain gives us a Walk-through of the X6 music phone.
Nokia N97 Mini was announced at Nokia World 2009 and here are some live pics of the phone in along with its big brother the N97. N97 mini is expected to hit indian shores my Diwali time at an expected retail price of Rs.31000. The N97 mini has been developed to make sure the N97 reaches a broader audience. Continue reading “Nokia N97 Mini Hands on Photo Gallery”
As discussed in our Nokia World coverage, Nokia N900 is going to be the first Nokia mobile phone to run the Linux derived OS, Maemo.
AT&T has finally announced that, on September 25, it is going to roll out a software update which is going to add the required support for sending and receiving MMS messages for all its iPhone 3G and iPhone 3GS customers.
One of the major qualm of iPhone customers was the lack of MMS support from the AT&T side although iPhone had added the MMS support in its 3.0 Software Upgrade.
AT&T has stated that the projected high data usage of the iPhone’s multimedia capabilities was one of the main reason behind the delay in the rollout of MMS Support for all the iPhone 3G and 3GS Customers. You can read the complete AT& T’s company statement here.
Here is a a sneak peak into the new Nokia N97 firmware 2.0 (i.e. v20.0.005) that is coming shortly for all the N97 users. The Nokia N97 will finally going to have full kinetic scrolling across the device. Also some of the other new features, N97 Firmware 2.0 is going to possess are New Homescreen Widgets, An Updated Facebook application, Increased Free internal memory, some usability enhancements and also many stability improvements.
Check out the Video Demo below which shows all the major changes, the new firmware is going to sport.
The Nokia N97 Firmware 2.0 is going to come out this October via Software Update.
Kinetic scrolling across all the menus and increase in internal space memory was a big addition and also was one of the most requested feature by the N97 Users.
So what do you think about this firmware that is going to come out for Nokia N97? What else do you think is missing? Do pass on your comments.
Update : Found one more interesting video of the N97 Mini running v2.0 software
The Nokia Ovi Suite 2.0 Beta just got another update today.
What Things Have Changed?
- Support during application installation. Just double click your device application (.jar, .sisx) in PC and you should be able to get your apps easily into the device.
- Performance wise, a lot of work has been done on fixing the memory consumption problem and optimize the load times.
- Lot of bug fixes including error in photos and music sync.
How to Update?
If you already have been using Ovi Suite 2.0 beta, you just have to invoke the application and then upgrade. However, if you are planning to use the Ovi Suite for the first time, you can download the 2.0 beta from here.
Creating applications for Nokia devices has just now got a whole lot easier. The Ovi SDK Beta was unveiled today, on the second day of Nokia World 09, along with a new navigation API.
The new SDK will also enable developers to deploy applications across multiple devices, quickly and easily and the new navigation API gives the developers an opportunity to bring navigation directly onto their applications.
The SDK is web based, therefore developers can develop apps not only for Symbian and Maemo but also for the web. This SDK also has a refreshing new and a distinct UI which is made up of a series of libraries, along with Ovi features integrated to it. Therefore anybody who knows HTML, CSS and JS can now create some amazing mobile applications.
Developers can also now make use of Ovi Navigation Player API along with previously released Ovi Maps Player API to make their app both contextual and relevant since Ovi Navigation Player API has the ability to guide app users to specific destinations as well.
The SDK Beta is now currently available by invitation, therefore just head over to Forum Nokia to register for Ovi Developer Beta, and get an exclusive preview of the technology that’s behind some of the amazing Ovi apps the Ovi Store possesses.
Nokia Messaging is now getting a social flavour to it with the addition of Facebook. It will bring your latest wall posts on Facebook to your homescreen on the N97 and also gives you quick and easy access to your Facebook status and other messaging features.
N97 users will also be treated to a new refreshing integration of Facebook on their homescreen. Also, you can now scroll through your latest wall posts within the homescreen. If you want to see one of your friends profile in detail, you just have to simply click on their status message and voila! you will be taken directly to the Nokia Messaging Facebook app.
The Nokia Messaging beta is available on Nokia Beta Labs today, and is compatible with N97 and 6700. So If you have an N97 or a Nokia 6700, I would recommend you to download the app from Beta Labs right now.
You can also catch a demo of Social Messaging beta from Nokia Messaging below.
While we have tons of pics and video footage coming up, here is a great video by Nokia Conversations summarizing the events on Day 1 of Nokia world. What grabbed your attention the most at Nokia World ?
Here are some pics of Nokia N900 that got launched today live from Nokia World. And I must tell you, it looks simply mindblowing. The phone runs on Maemo Linux and we simply fell in love with the phone by simply looking at the specs and the pictures..
Wonder if this is the best Phone Nokia has ever produced? What do you think? Do Pass on your comments.
The Nokia X3 is the first S40 device with Ovi Store enabled on the device. It has a nice 2.2″ screen, Stereo speakers, Built-in FM radio, Dedicated music keys, 16GB of storage via microSD card and a 3.2 megapixel camera.However, till we bring more info about this phone, you can enjoy these pics live from Nokia World.
The Nokia X6 is a innovative handset with 32 gb inbuilt memory and a great glass touchscreen . ILooks like it has kinetic scrolling and a capactive display from my personal experience but enjoy the pics till we bring more info about the phone.
With 35 hours of music playback, 16 days standby time and 32GB of memory, the Nokia X6 is a complete multimedia device, for which every multimedia addict would die for.
Nokia X6 is equipped with a 3.2″ touch interface, a 5-megapixel camera and a 16:9 widescreen which is completely optimised for watching photos and videos and also provides a full internet browsing experience. And with direct Ovi Store Integration, the Nokia X6 is just an ultimate device for all the music junkies and social media addicts.
The Nokia X3 is the first S40 device with Ovi Store enabled on the device. And as far as the specs goes, the Nokia X3 is a complete music device that comes equipped with 2.2″ screen, Stereo speakers, Built-in FM radio, dedicated music keys, support for up to 16GB of storage via microSD card and a 3.2 megapixel camera.
The prices of Nokia X3 and Nokia X6 is going to cost 115 Euros and 459 Euros respectively and are expected to hit the stores during the 4th Quarter of 2009.