Ever since touchscreens came along, innovative form factors have died down and most handsets have a candybar form factor. Samsung however is trying its best to keep the clamshell (flip) form factor alive as was seen with the Samsung Galaxy Golden phones. Now we have yet another new smartphone from Samsung with the model number SM-G9198 that not just revives the diminishing form factor but also packs in high end specifications.
A few days ago, we saw the Blackberry Style 9670 passing through FCC, and we saw that the phone comes with dual-band CDMA radios. Which means that if the phone is coming to USA, then only Sprint or Verizon will be the most likely to pick this phone, and may be it’s Sprint. Continue reading “Blackberry Style 9670 hitting Sprint?”
A new Blackberry device has just passed the FCC, and the device is known as the Blackberry Style 9670. The phone was leaked in a video a few days ago, and you can see it below. Blackberry Style is a clamshell flip phone, which comes with Blackberry OS 6. If you are a Continue reading “Blackberry Style 9670 hits FCC”
Its raining Nokia phones today . After announcing the E72 and the 5530 Xpress Music, Nokia has announced the 3710 Fold which comes at the sub Rs.10000 / $200 segment.Its a 3G Handset at an interesting price and sports a new design with artistic patterns. Hit this page for Nokia 3710 Specs and Price
At the moment it seems like a rumour. But the pictures of the Nokia Supernova series have been released on a few websites across Europe. Being touted widely as “girly” handsets (personally I would take offence to that), the Supernova series consists of three handsets, Nokia 7610, Nokia 7510 and Nokia 7310.
Nokia 7310 Supernova
The handset is based on the Nokia S40 user interface and sports a 2 megapixel camera, a 2.2-inch 16M color QVGA display, a built-in FM radio, stereo Bluetooth and a 3.5mm audio jack.
This tri-band handset weighs only 83g.
145 euro which is approximately Rs 9600/-
Nokia 7610 Supernova
The first ever clamshell from BlackBerry maker RIM, its dubbed the KickStart. The phone really looks great and awesome. With looks matching that of a Nokia N93i and the Panasonic phones mixed together, the phone surely would appeal to the business folk as well who didn’t have options till date to hold a blackberry that looked insane and so sober. But now things are changing. The plain jane look is being over thrown and cooler blackberry s fast approaching. Kudos guys
Nokia today expanded its mid-range portfolio with the quad-band Nokia 6125 phone. The stylish clamshell offers wide range of features at an affordable price
Nokia today expanded its mid-range portfolio with the quad-band Nokia 6125 phone. The stylish clamshell offers wide range of features at an affordable price – 1.3 megapixel camera, EDGE, Bluetooth, Infrared port and FM radio. The integrated digital player supports a variety of music formats including MP3, MP4, eAAC+ and WMA and it is really usable due to the microSD card slot (hotswappable).
The Nokia 6125 is expected in the 2Q 2006 at an estimated retail price of 230 euros.
Nokia press release
Compact Nokia 6125 offers excellent performance in stylish folding design
Espoo, Finland – Nokia today expanded its porfolio of highly popular mid-range mobile phones with the stylish Nokia 6125 fold phone. Sleek and compact outside, the Nokia 6125 offers excellent performance and a compelling feature set – including a 1.3 megapixel camera, Bluetooth wireless technology and digital music player – in a modern, folding design. The quadband Nokia 6125 (GSM 850/900/1800/1900) is expected to start shipping during the second quarter of 2006 at an estimated retail price of 230 euros, excluding taxes and subsidies.
Combining the right set of features with excellent usability and keypad ergonomics, the Nokia 6125 has everything in balance. The silver and black colour scheme are complemented by sophisticated detailing and two bright color displays. Equipped with a 1.3 megapixel camera with 8x digital zoom, video recording and a dedicated camera button, the Nokia 6125 provides excellent on-the-spot photography capabilities.
The Nokia 6125 also offers a range of connectivity options, including Bluetooth wireless technology, infrared and USB, making communication with other devices quick and easy. With multiple messaging cababilities – including MMS, instant messaging, push to talk and Nokia Xpress audio messaging – consumers can conveniently keep in touch with others. The Nokia 6125 also features Macromedia Flash Player, enabling users to enjoy rich Flash content on their mobile phone. Mobile email is easy to access while on the go with the Nokia 6125 phone’s integrated email client that also supports attachments. The quadband Nokia 6125 operates in GSM 850/900/1800/1900 networks and provides flight mode, which enables the user to work with calendar or relax with music while on the flight, making the new classic phone an ideal companion for any world-traveller.
Adding a touch of entertainment to the classic style, the Nokia 6125 offers music lovers a built-in digital music player, supporting a large variety of music formats including MP3, MP4, eAAC+ and WMA. To enhance the sound experience, the Nokia 6125 supports stereo audio over Bluetooth wireless connectivity and features a stereo FM radio, Visual Radio and video ring tones. Music files as well as images and videos can be conveniently stored on a hotswappable microSD memory card.