Posts Tagged ‘Smartphones’

The first thing I bought for my Nokia N8 was a screen protector. It was a cheap, RM10.00 piece of sticky plastic pasted on the N8 screen. First, the clear display was blurred by the screen protector. But I thought I could live with that as long I can protect my N8 screen from scratches. I put my phone in my pocket with my keys and coins … sure enough after a few days, there were scratches on the screen protector.

I said to myself, “see … the screen protector is doing its job, preventing the keys and coins from scratching the display”.

After a few more days, after hundreds of phone calls later, my oily cheek started to weaken the screen protector adhesive and a few days after that the screen protector just peeled off in my pocket.

Not satisfied with the “cheapo” screen protector, I searched the net for a good screen protector for my N8.

And … this is what I found!

I don’t need a screen protector after all. The N8 is fitted with a gorilla glass which is very scratch resistant and the anodised aluminium body is hard enough to withstand the daily abuse of keys and coins in my pocket.

I have not found any information on the glass used for the N8 camera … hopefully it’s gorilla glass as well.

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Nokia Booklet 3G Video

Posted: 24 August, 2009 in Gadgets & Toys
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I don’t have the full specifications yet … but drooling over the promo video.

Check out the video.

The Nokia E75 slider phone is out … ahead of the official announcement, but it’s out.

Here’s the specifications taken from Expansys (the one jumping the gun)

 

Package Contents
– Nokia E75
– Battery (BL-4U)
– Mains Charger (AC-3)
– Software CD
– User Guide
– Stereo Headset (HS-45)
– Data Cable (CA-101)
Battery:
– Capacity: 1000 mAh
Display:
– 320 x 240 pixels
Network:
– GSM: 850/900/1800/1900 (Quad-Band)
– WCDMA: 900/2100 (Dual-Band)
– HSDPA (3.6Mbps)
Camera:
– 3.2 mega-pixels (auto-focus)
– Digital Zoom
– LED Flash
Video:
– Hi-Resolution VGA Video Recording
– 30fps Video Recording (QVGA)
– Supported formats: MP4, 3GP, H.264, Flash, H.263 & Real Player
– Video Streaming
Music:
– Supported formats: MP3, AAC, eAAC+ & WMA
– FM Stereo Radio
– Nokia Music Store
– Nokia Podcast Support
– Nokia Music Manager Support
– Windows Media Player Sync
Ringtones:
– Monophonic
– Polyphonic (64)
– MP3
– AAC
– Talking Ringtones
– Video Ringtones

Messaging:
– SMS

– MMS (with video) – E-mail (POP3, SMTP, IMAP4, MS Exchange)
– Instant Messaging (MSN)
– Text-To-Speech Reader

Memory:
– Phone Book (unlimited)
– Dialled Calls (30)
– Missed Calls (30)
– Received Calls (30)
– microSDHC (external)
Call Features:
– Hands Free
– Caller ID
– Voice Dialling
– VoIP Support
Connectivity:
– microUSB
– Nokia 3.5mm AV connector
– Bluetooth (2.0)
– Wi-Fi (IEEE 802.11g)
– GPRS Class 32
Navigation:
– AGPS
– Nokia Maps
Security:
– Device Lock
– Remote Lock
– Device and memory card encryption
– Mobile VPN support
Features:
– Dual Home Screens (Work/Personal)
– Office Document Viewer (Word, Excel & PowerPoint)
– PDF Document Viewer
– ZIP File Manager
– Nokia Web Browser
– Dual Keypad Design

The E75 is expected to retail around  US$580, so that would make  this the new E series flagship model.

While the info on the E75 is still stealthy, I came across this one … another slider.

It’s the 5730 XpressMusic line from Nokia. Go over to mobile-review and check out a full review with photos and screen shots … very impressive. The one specification that really excite me is the Carl-Zeiss branding stamped on the 3.2MP camera. The name alone says that it’s going to take great images. 

Ah well … I already spent my money on the E71, so I’ll just check this out just as a cat, msatisfying my curiosity.

 

mobile-review [via Engadget]