FoneArena is live from London and reporting from Nokia’s press conference titled “See What’s Next”.We are here in London at Victoria House – the venue for Nokia’s May 14 Lumia Launch event where Nokia is expected to launch the much anticipated Lumia 925 which has been in the news a lot lately. Follow our live blog for second by second updates live from London and for post event coverage later. Continue reading “Nokia Lumia London Launch Event Live Blog”
We would be bringing you all the information that unfolds at Yerba Buena Center for Arts in San Francisco. The live coverage for the much expected Apple Event starts at 10 PM IST tonight and we have something special in store for you. This is not the normal live coverage where one beams live pictures and info without a meaning. This is meant to be a live discussion amongst all readers. Its your chance to voice out our opinion !
3G Stands for 3rd-generation. 3G is loosely defined, but generally includes high data speeds, always-on data access, and greater voice capacity. The high data speeds are possibly the most prominent feature, and certainly the most hyped. They enable such advanced features as live, streaming video. There are several different 3G technology standards. The most prevalent is UMTS, which is based on WCDMA. (WCDMA and UMTS are often used interchangeably.) UMTS is the 3G technology of choice for most GSM carriers. The other major standard is cdma2000, which is an evolution of CDMA 2G technology. There are several types of cdma2000, each offering different data rates and levels of compatibility with 2G CDMA.
Video Streaming that actually works
Video Streaming is possible even over GPRS or EDGE but its very slow.
You will be able to watch a Cricket match Live on the road with live video and audio
Have you ever wondered why there is an additional camera above the display in some phones ?
The camera is meant to be used for Video Calling .. You can actually see the other person face to face and talk.
Faster Downloads and Browsing
As you can see in the picture above .. When i tested 3G , the speeds i was getting was in the range of 300 -500 kbps .. which is the kind of speed we get on a broadband connection at home 🙂
So you can do hi speed browsing on the go
But one downside to all of this is that battery life is comparetively shorter for most phones on 3G networks.
what else you can think of doing on a hi speed internet connection on your mobile ?