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A few months ago I got a new Elm as my official phone at work. It's a small upgrade from my current Nokia 6233. I'd like to say a few words about my experience in this short period...
First of all, Elm is much thinner than my Nokia 6233, almost twice thinner. It's a great relief for my pocket although now I carry two phones in one pocket.
The battery is very good. I don't usually use my phone much: perhaps one call + one text daily. with this usage my battery lasts about 5 days.
Next is the keyboard: I keep making more mistakes typing on it compared to Nokia. I'm not a fan of seeing a preview of all letters assigned to a particular key when I type. Moreover, I still haven't figured out how to quickly type two different letters assigned to the same key without waiting for the phone to continue typing. One downside is that the upper left and right keys are preassigned and user cannot change their function.
The display is a real pleasure to watch. The only thing that bothers me is that you can't set the time required for the screen to go darker because of battery saving. If you want to look at a picture it will quickly become darker and you have to keep pressing buttons to keep the light level. The screen is also hard to see on direct sunlight.
Camera is the one thing I'm completely satisfied with. Picture quality is fine (at least for my taste) and videos aren't jerky. A built-in LED flash can also be used as a torch, a functionality much needed is some circumstances.
Call quality is good because volume can be set pretty high, allowing you to talk in loud environments, such as night clubs.
I haven't tested internet access yet because this is pretty expensive in my country. Our providers still don't offer unlimited data plans for mobile access.
Overall, I prefer sending texts on Nokia and using Elm for calls.
Business users looking for a new smartphone might be interested in Motorola's new model. The Droid Pro competes with the ultra-popular Blackberry for its position. Starting at $179 after a 2-year contract and a $100 rebate at Verizon, the Droid Pro sure looks tempting. However, is it worth it? Read on to find out.
Droid Pro combines the full QWERTY keyboard with an Android system. This has been a long desired feature for Android smartphones.
The phone measures 61x119x11.7 mm (LxHxW) and weighs 134g. It has 3.1-inch TFT LCD touchscreen featuring a 320x480 resolution. This is slightly worse than many newer devices, which feature a 480x800 resolution, but it is a worthy trade-off for a full QWERTY keyboard.
The built-in ambient light sensor doesn't really do its job, but fortunately brightness can also be adjusted manually.
The Droid Pro is powered by a 1GHz TI OMAP processor. The phone holds 2GB of ROM and approx. 477MB free memory for applications. It comes with a 2GB microSD card that can be swapped out for up to 32GB. The processor it a bit of an overkill for the screen size, allowing applications to perform very smoothly.
On the rear end of a phone is a 5MP camera with dual flash and a speakerphone. It can record video in 720p. The battery capacity is solid 1420mAh, allowing for near 8 hours of talk time.
Droid Pro runs Android v2.2, aka Froyo. It supports homescreen customizations, social networking, app launcher, contacts, etc. There are many useful widgets that can be resized if needed.
All things considered, business users now have one more option when choosing their smartphone. Droid Pro is targeted toward business pros – hence the included VPN client.
With its low price, it will sure win over the hearts of some, if not many.
Just a short while after releasing the original Galaxy S, Samsung has announced its successor – Galaxy S Plus. The new Galaxy S Plus has a few advantages over the older model as seen below.
Galaxy S Plus features tweaked visual appearance. It is a bit larger and thinner than the original, and weighs a few grams less.
The display hasn't undergone significant changes. Other than a bump in size, all other characteristic remain the same. Resolution is 480x800 pixels with touchscreen support, made of near unbreakable Gorilla glass.
The version of TouchWiz has been updated from 3.0 to 4.0.
The old Galaxy S runs 2.1 Eclair, upgradeable to 2.2 Froyo, while the Plus model runs 2.3 Gingerbread. Gingerbread is a great improvement from previous version that tweaks most features, including keyboard revamp.
Internal memory has also been increased. Users can now choose between 16GB or 32GB of internal memory, while the RAM has been bumped from 512MB to 1GB. This is the area where the largest differences between the two models can be seen.
Camera is also better. It has 8 megapixels, compared to previous 5. Video resolution is upped from 720p to 1080p. The secondary camera is now 2 megapixels, opposite to VGA in previous model.
The processor is replaced with a newer model capable of running the same applications with less effort and newer ones when they come.
There's no question about the winner here: Galaxy S Plus is the new king.
But is Samsung shooting itself in the foot by making the new model?
It remains to be seen which model users will prefer and will be able to afford…
Nokia has launched its new smartphone named E6. It has full QWERTY keyboard and a touchscreen; a combination that can help users speed up their navigation as opposed to having only a single option. It is a perfect solution for emailing and status updating.
E6 measures 115.5 x 59 x 10.5mm (H x L x W) and weighs 133g. It comes equipped with 8MP camera, which has full focus and a dual LED flash. It can be used to record video in 720p at 25fps.
The phone has 8GB of built-in memory that can be upgraded using MicroSD card with capacity up to 32GB. The battery can offer up to one month on standby or more than 7 hours of talk time, depending on the type of connection.
The phone offers Pentaband 2G/3G network support and Wi-Fi connectivity, together with Bluetooth 3 for stereo headphones.
As it is with many new models, E6 comes with Ovi Maps installed, allowing for fast and free navigation. For those with data plan, push email and instant messaging is also free.
The display is made of Gorilla glass for greater durability. Its size is 2.46 inches, resolution 640 x 480 pixels and displays 16M colors.
Nokia E6 is designed to replace older E71/E72 models, compared to which it offers higher resolution screen, new operating system (Symbian Anna), more memory, better camera and many more upgrades.
E6 will begin to sell in stores worldwide in Q2 2011, with the exception for the North America in Q3. The official price is 340 EUR before taxes.
« on: March 03, 2011, 20:15:07 »
I've seen this question asked many times on the Web.
The easiest way would be to simply copy all contacts from your Nokia to your SIM card and then put the SIM card into Sony Ericsson and copy contacts to phone memory.
Unfortunately, SIM cards do not support multiple numbers for one contact and therefore you would have to make a new contact for every number a single person has (home, office, private, etc.).
But there is a way to get around this.
Aside from using online services (I'm not at ease giving any online application access to my personal contacts) and synchronizing with MS Outlook or Lotus Notes (I'd like to keep my mobile contacts and email contacts separate), there's also an option to use .vcf files (vCard File).
This tutorial is in particular for transferring files between Nokia 6233 to Sony Ericsson ELM (J10i2), but will probably work with most Nokia and Sony Ericsson phones.
- Nokia and Sony Ericsson mobile phones – obviously
- Nokia PC Suite
- Bluetooth connection (Bluetooth dongle for PC or laptop with Bluetooth)
1. First step is to transfer contacts from Nokia phone to PC. Connect Nokia to PC using cable (USB) or Bluetooth connection.
Open Nokia PC Suite and click on contacts (see Image 1).
2. When in contact list, you' see all available contacts stored in your phone memory. Nokia PC Suite allows drag-and-drop so you can easily copy all the contacts to a folder on your PC. Files should have a .vcf extension.
3. Select all contacts (Ctrl+a) and copy them (Ctrl+c). Make a new folder on your PC and paste them there (Ctrl+v).
4. Unplug Nokia and close Nokia PC Suite. Turn on Bluetooth connection on Sony Ericsson.
5. Select all files in your PC folder (Ctrl+a) and send them over Bluetooth to Sony Ericsson.
6. This is the longest part (see Image 3). You'll have to press "Next" and "Finish" for every contact you have and press "Accept" on your Sony Ericsson phone. It took me about 15 minutes for 120 contacts.
And that's it. If you're wondering why can't you send the contacts from phone to phone, the reason is simple. You cannot select all contacts on your phone and send them all at once. You'd have to do it one at a time, which is a lot slower than the method described above. If you have any suggestions or comments I'm open to improving this guide.
If you export the contacts using File - Export you will only have the option to save them as .CSV files, which Sony Ericsson can't recognize and store as contacts. That's why I used keyboard shortcuts for copying and pasting contacts from Nokia. This way it saves them as .VCF files that Sony Ericsson recognizes and stores as contacts.
« on: March 01, 2011, 11:09:49 »
Oh, I playing remember this game a long time ago on my PC. This brings childhood memories back
Looking at YouTube in-game videos it looks similar to PC game Driver.
Eh, I'll have to buy a new phone to be able to play games, my old one is ready for mobile heaven
In October 2010 the most expensive iPhone 4 was presented to the world by the renowned British jeweler Stuart Hughes.
Let's start with the price: this iPhone can be yours for only £5 million ($8 million). Pocket change, right? Don't worry, there is a bright side; transportation cost is also covered in the price. Ah, but there's another catch – you be quick with your cash or card – there are only two copies in the whole world. Talk about exclusivity... I wouldn't want to walk around with more cash than others earn in lifetime sitting in my pocket. How much would the repair cost if you accidentally dropped it?
Since most of us can't afford this in this life (and perhaps also in the next few) let's drool a bit about it. Here are the beautiful details...
To see the phone you first have to open the casing, which is no less elite than the phone itself. The casing is made out of a single Imperial Pink granite block lined with Nubuck on the inside, weighing a total of 7 kg (15.4 pounds). What is Nubuck you might ask? Here is a definition from Wisegeek.com:
"Nubuck is a type of leather with a soft, velvety surface and is some of the most expensive leather to purchase. Unlike the less expensive suede, nubuck leather is far more durable..."
The phone itself is embedded with gold, platinum and precious stones. It is the ultimate luxury! The navigation key is made from platinum and holds a 7.4 carat pink diamond, which you can even replace with a 8 carat one if the former just doesn't cut it! About 500 individual flawless diamonds emphasize the handmade bezel. The back section is made of rose gold with addition of the Apple logo made of 53 diamonds. Just to confirm, this is the 32GB version of iPhone 4.
Did it leave you breathless? I'd love to hear your comments
Last week Nokia announced their new mobile phone named Nokia C2-01, which is a classic (candybar) phone based on the Series 40 operating system, Edition 6.
The phone will support quad band EGSM and tri-band WCDMA frequencies. C2-01 will be an entry level budget phone. According to Nokia, it will come with 240 x 320 display and 3.2MP camera, weighing a total of 89g (including battery).
The built-in 3.5mm audio jack and FM radio with RDS will come as handy features to music lovers. It will be possible to store up to 43MB of user data in the internal phone memory and up to 16GB via an aditional microSD card.
Potential users shoud keep in mind that Nokia C2-01 will be a single SIM card device, in contrast to dual SIM Nokia C2-00.
C2-01 will have all of the standard features of the modern phone, including Nokia Messaging, Flash Lite, Bluetooth, Java support, Ovi Store etc.
The device will be available in a few color masks: black, white and silver. The price is expected to be around €70.
Nokia will release C2-01 in the first Quarter of 2011. If you're on a search for a cheap classic phone with modern features you might want to wait a few more months.
For complete technical specifications take a look at the attached file below.
LG's has launched a new smartphone under the name Optimus M MS690.
LG markets this mobile phone as an ideal solution for those wanting to switch from a standard phone to a smartphone. MS690 is based on Android 2.2 operating system. Key features (according to LG website) include Wi-Fi Hotspot Connectivity, Large 3.2" External Touchscreen, Virtual QWERTY Keyboard, 3.2 Megapixel Camera and Camcorder, Bluetooth Connectivity and Google Maps Navigation.
User can customize up to 7 Home screens to easily access favorite games and apps at any time.
The phone is DivX certified and can play DivX quality movies up to 320x240 resolution.
Another feature worth mentioning is Google Voice, which can serve as a forwarding service from your landline to mobile phone but also has many other useful options. The only downside is that the most of the better features are only available to the citizens of US, more precisely North America.
For all those addicted to posting your status updates, there is a quick-send option for posting to Twitter, Facebook, Myspace, and others.
The price is around $230 in most shops.
For full technical specifications please see attached file below.
On the 22nd of November Nokia announced a new mobile phone (smartphone) named Nokia X2-01.
The phone will have full QWERTY keyboard and will be based on Series 40 6th Edition, which supports quad-band GSM 850/900/1800/1900.
As with all series "X" mobile phones from Nokia, X2-01 will be also geared towards younger users and as such will have emphasis on social networking and fast communications, making the text messaging and status updates as quick and easy as possible.
These features will be supported by the new Communities app which will integrate Facebook into the device.
Nokia X2-01 key features will include Nokia Messaging 3.0 IM/SMS service, 2.4" QVGA display, VGA camera on the back, MP3 player, Bluetooth, Flash and Java. You'll be able to store your favorite music, videos, pictures and other stuff on a 55MB internal memory or a memory card with capacity of up to 8 GB. The lack of WiFi or high speed data transfer (only GPRS/EDGE) will be compensated for with low price.
The "X" series also has a heavy emphasis on music, enabling you to listen to FM radio, media player and Ovi Music. You'll also have the option of visiting the Ovi Store to purchase the newest apps and music.
The Nokia X2-01 will be available in stores this quarter (Q4 2010), just in time for Christmas shopping. The price is expected to be around €80.
Check out the official video below and take a look at the technical specs in the attachment!
Yeah, that really was one legendary widespread phone!
I had used Nokia 3410 before I bought my current 6233 and I was very satisfied.
I don't know about 3310, but on my 3410 all of the markings on the rubber keys worn out after a year so I had to guess or memorize which key corresponded to which letter or number
Of course, there was no option to send MMS or take pictures or videos, but that stuff was still in wraps at that time.
1940. During World War II, the allies train a group of soldiers to carry out special missions: “The Commandos”. Take control of the Green Beret, the Spy, the Sniper and the Sapper. Infiltrate, dodge enemy soldiers or shoot them from a distance, deactivate mines and destroy targets to successfully execute missions in Germany, France, Norway and North Africa.
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