Nokia N8 Questions and Answers

We are part of the first official Question and Answer session around the Nokia N8 Q&A. We have been covering the N8 ever since it leaked. Since the Nokia N8 has got a 12 MP best of the class Camera sensor. Some may see it as Camera with a SIM card slot.

There have been a lot of questions from users about N8 . Is the battery non-removable ? When will it start shipping ? What makes the Camera special ?

Looking at the Camera samples , the N8 looks like a Camera with a SIM card slot.

Folks from Nokia were bombarded with questions about the N8 by a group of bloggers CJ , Rafe , Micky , Farhan and our very own Varun

Dive in to find out

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Android Powered Samsung Galaxy A Launched In South Korea

Samsung recently launched its first Android powered smartphone Samsung SHW-M100S in South Korea. This handset is currently available on the airwaves of wireless operator SKT. This handset is called as “Samsung Galaxy A” in the South Korea.

Samsung recently launched its first Android powered smartphone Samsung SHW-M100S in South Korea. This handset is currently available on the airwaves of wireless operator SKT. This handset is called as “Samsung Galaxy A” in the South Korea. This device has an amazing 5 megapixel camera with HD (720p) video recording.

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Install Android On iPhone 2G

Here is a good news for iPhone 2G users. Now you can install Android OS in your iPhone 2G by following a simple tutorial, which was recently posted by the guys at Android A Lot.

Here is a good news for iPhone 2G users. Now you can install Android OS in your iPhone 2G by following a simple tutorial, which was recently posted by the guys at Android A Lot. You can install Android 1.6 on your iPhone 2G from Mac, Windows as well as from Linux. To learn more, check out the video below.

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Microsoft and HTC sign Patent Agreement

In a interesting turn of events Microsoft who is the maker of Windows Mobile Operating System has signed a Patent agreement with  phone maker HTC. Taiwan based HTC has been one of the biggest supporters of Windows Mobile so far and now they are one of the major adopters of Android with handsets like the Google Nexus One, HTC Desire and Legend.As a part of the new agreement HTC will have to pay Microsoft a royalty. Looks like Android OS has some Intellectual Property issues.

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Record TV From Your Mobile With Airtel Digital TV Recorder

Airtel recently launched the Airtel Digital TV Recorder, an enhanced Set Top Box, that allows you to record TV right from your mobile. This service is definitely amazing since you can record TV from almost anywhere with the help of your mobile phone.

Airtel recently launched the Airtel Digital TV Recorder, an enhanced Set Top Box, that allows you to record TV right from your mobile. This service is definitely amazing since you can record TV from almost anywhere with the help of your mobile phone.

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Nokia slaps Mobile-Review on the face , ask for N8 prototype back

In a interesting turn of events , Nokia has officially made a comment about the early N8 preview by Russian site Mobile-Review .  Although they are explicitly mentioning about Eldar or Mobile-Review , anyone who has been tracking the blogs or twitter updates will surely know about the negative remarks of the N8 made by the Russian blogger after he played with a prototype handset

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Blackberry 6.0 Video – Boom Boom Pow

Blackberry makers RIM have showed of a new video of the upcoming Blackberry 6.0 OS which was leaked earlier. If you are a fan of Blackeyed Peas and Blackberry  , crank up the volume on your speakers and watch the video below and dance to the tune  of Boom Boom Pow

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Android Market Finally Hits 50,000 Apps

Android Market had 16,000 apps in December 2009 and nearly 30,000 in March, but now the Android market has finally crossed 50,000 apps in this month. According to Androlib, the number of apps in the Android market has crossed the 50,000 mark.

Here is a good news for all the Android users out there. Android Market had 16,000 apps in December 2009 and nearly 30,000 in March, but now the Android market has finally crossed 50,000 apps in this month. According to Androlib, the number of apps in the Android market has crossed the 50,000 mark.

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