Samsung Corby S3653

Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd, has  announced the launch of Corby S3653 its first mobile handset designed to support the highly connected lifestyle of today’s younger mobile users. The Samsung Corby, is a full-touchscreen handset that places users at the centre of the social media revolution with full support for a wide range of social networking sites. The new mobile compliments the Company’s existing touch screen strategy “touch for every lifestyle” by broadening the market and targeting the youth audience. The Corby represents a complete makeover for the youth segment, with its eye-catching design, which marks a significant break from the way full touch phones are usually designed. The Samsung Corby is notable for both its body design and colors,It comes with bold color options such as Jamaican Yellow, Cupid Pink, Minimal White, and Festival Orange so that users can choose their favorite color. The best social networking services are combined with enhanced multimedia capabilities in a compact form. Mr.Park – Director Telecom, Samsung India Electronics Pvt. Ltd, stated that “Samsung leads the market globally for full-screen touch phones and recognizes the importance of Social Networking Sites in the modern mobile industry. Samsung has its target audience at the heart of its business strategy and the design and functionality of Samsung Corby meets the needs of a highly connected and style-conscious youth audience. ”

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Nokia brings Qt port to Maemo5 , shows it off on N900 on Video

Nokia has officially announced the Qt port to Maemo5 Linux and shows it off on Video using the eagerly awaited Nokia N900 .Qt comes to Nokia from the  acquisition of Norwegian company Trolltech back in 2008 and it was formerly referred to as Qtopia.Enjoy the video after the jump.


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Sony Ericsson Satio Released to Buyers!


The long wait for Sony Ericsson’s flagship smart-phone is now over. The Sony Ericsson Satio is now available for purchase on various online retail stores including Amazon.

The phone is not yet known to have hit the street shops yet but it should do so very soon.

It’s been a long time since the announcement so here’s a reminder of the Satio’s features:

  • 112 x 55 x 13 mm, 126grams
  • 3.5″ TFT Touchscreen with 360*640 Resolution, Accelerometer
  • 128MB Internal Memory, micro-SD Card Slot
  • GPRS, HSCSD, HSDPA, 3G, EDGE, DLNA, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and USB
  • 12Megapixel camera, Autofocus, Video Led Flash, Xenon Flash, Geo-tagging, Touch-Focus, Smile and Face Detection, VGA Video Recording at 30 FPS
  • Symbian S60 5th Edition, 600mHZ Processor, 1000mAH Battery

The phone costs around 500 Euros excluding shipping. The price should lower in a few weeks so if you can wait, then wait. The phone is expected to hit India by end of this year.

Enjoy our Exclusive Satio Photo Gallery


Samsung Omnia HD Review Part-1: Design

061020091372The Samsung OmniaHD or i8910 HD as it is known, is one of the many touchscreen devices launched by the Korean chaebol in India. Samsung’s first touchscreen Symbian device is by no means a flash in the pan. Samsung has been a supporter of the S60 initiative since a long time, but unlike Nokia it did not really capitalize on this platform. Continue reading “Samsung Omnia HD Review Part-1: Design”

Mobile Users to soon get per second pulse option now


After the immense success of Tata Docomo’s per second pulse plan which made it the top operator in terms of user additions, TRAI is now considering the idea of introducing the same throughout all the operators now.

According to TRAI, all the telecom operators may be soon forced to give the option of paying based on the usage per second pulse instead of the current per minute pulse.

JS Sarma, Chairman of TRAI said that they will soon come out with a paper on this subject and invite suggestions on making this plan mandatory or not.

TRAI is also reconsidering the clause in current regulations which allow the mobile phone operators decide the tariffs and plans.

Some of the major Mobile Operators like BSNL and Aircel have already started offering per second pulse in select states like Karnataka, AP, Orissa, Uttar Pradesh, West Bengal etc and other operators like Airtel, Vodafone and Idea are expected to follow suit soon.

What do you think? Would you prefer to pay by the new per second pulse or are you happy with your existent per minute pulse rates? Do Pass on your comments.

MindTree to develop Mobile Phones now


MindTree, the popular IT Solutions Company is now getting into the development of Mobile phones now.

This new division in MindTree called N!Mo (Next in Mobility) will deal with conceptualizing, designing,and developing white-label mobile devices for different service providers and OEMs who will in turn brand them and sell it in the global forum.

Samartha Raghava Nagabhushanam, the founding director of Kyocera Wireless India, which MindTree acquired recently, will head the N!Mo division in MindTree.

This new division in Mindtree is expected to bring in revenues of $9 Million (42 Crore Rupees) in the next 6 months and help MindTree in achieving the $1 Billion target by 2014.

(Source: The Times of India)

Nokia N900 Browser Shown off on Video


Mika Korpelainen Senior Product Manager of Nokia gives us a walkthrough of the Advanced Browser features on the N900 including the the Full Flash Support ,Browser History and Copy pasting text from the Browser to the Messaging application. Watch the Video after the jump.

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Symbian Handset Shipments set to double by 2014 says research firm

According to research firm Juniper Research , Symbian Handset Shipments could double by 2014.The firm sees a mobile phone market being dominated by phones running an open source OSimage

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