Saturday, July 26, 2008

Sony Ericsson W595 (2nd latest)

The quad-band W595 is a slider handset, featuring a 240x320-pixel resolution screen, a 3.2megapixel camera, integrated stereo speakers, stereo Bluetooth, 40MB of internal memory expandable with Memory Stick Micro M2 cards, and it weighs 3.7 ounces.


• Walkman player - music on the go(assumes eAAC+encoded files).
• 2GB Memory Stick Micro (M2) - store and play more than 1,900 songs.
• Share jack and stereo speakers - share your sounds.
• Bluetooth - use the many wireless speakers for loud sound.
• TrackID and SensMe - lets you know what you are listening to.
• 3.2 megapixel camera - snap some great shots and share with friends.
  • AAC,Polyphonic & MP3 Ringtones - Vibration - Stereo speakers,
  • Phonebook = 1000 x 20 fields and Photo call - Call records 30 received, dialed and missed calls.
  • GPRS Class 10 (4+1/3+2 slots), 32 - 48 kbps.
  • HSCSD.
  • EDGE Class 10, 236.8 kbps,
  • USB v2.0,
  • Bluetooth v2.0 with A2DP
  • 3G HSDPA 3.6 Mbps - SMS, EMS, MMS & Email Messaging,
  • 3 megapixel camera with 2048×1536 pixels, video and videocall camera,
  • HTML (NetFront ) & WAP 2.0/xHTML Browser,
  • Java MIDP 2.0,
  • Shake control,
  • TrackID music recognition,
  • Built-in handsfree,
  • SensMe,
  • FM radio with RDS,
  • Up to 385 hours standby time plus Up to 9 hours talk time.
  • Screen- QVGA (320x240)- 18-bit (262k) colour TFT.
  • Memory- 40 MB Phone Memory- Memory Stick Micro™ (M2™) support.
  • Sizes- 47.0 x 100.0 x 14.0 mm- 1.9 x 3.9 x 0.6 inches.
  • Weight- 104.0 gr- 3.7 oz


Tuesday, July 22, 2008

Sony Ericsson W902(latest among walkman series)

Sony Ericsson can now also announce best-in-class sound quality and a clear audio experience from its W902 WalkmanTM. The W902 features the same superior sound quality as the W980, about to launch shortly, which was rated “best audio experience” this month, in a trial conducted in Germany by TESTfactory*.
With the W902, users can listen to music the way it should be heard: true to original. It’s also a mobile phone for those that want it all, with a 5 megapixel camera and great video capturing and sharing capabilities, an 8GB Memory Stick MicroTM (M2) for storing more than 8,000 songs**, the W902 is a top-of-the-range.

Surround yourself in a panorama of sound. Clear bass, clear stereo and the premium HPM-77 headset - the W902 brings you a clear audio experience. Snap your stills and videos using the 5 megapixel camera. Then enjoy them on the the bright and clear 2.2" display.

Features :

Photo flash
Digital Zoom - up to 16x
Auto focus
Image stabiliser
Photo light
Picture blogging
Video light
Video recording
Video stabiliser
Camera - 5 megapixel

Album art
Bluetooth™ stereo (A2DP)
Media Player
Music tones
Shake control
Walkman® player

Polyphonic ringtones
Video calling
Vibrating Alert

Radio - FM radio RDS
Video viewing
Video streaming
3D games

USB mass storage
Bluetooth™ technology

Phone book
Flight mode
Alarm clock

Exchange ActiveSync®
Instant messaging
Picture messaging (MMS)
Predictive text input
Sound recorder

Access NetFront™ Web Browser

- 49.0 x 110.0 x 11.7 mm
- 1.9 x 4.3 x 0.5 inches

- 99.8 gr- 3.5

Wednesday, July 16, 2008

Nokia 5320/ 5220 reviews

Nokia 5320/5220 pictures

Duel camera mode

music edition

5320 & 5220 on the display

USB, headphone jack...

illuminated music keys
Nokia 5220 XpressMusic - Edgy, unique design, music for the massesThe Nokia 5220 XpressMusic device offers instant access to music on-the-go with a unique, asymmetrical design. Featured for the first time on a Nokia XpressMusic device, a built-in lanyard makes the device easy to carry anywhere. Additional features of the Nokia 5220 XpressMusic include up to 24 hours playback time, dedicated XpressMusic keys and a 3.5mm audio jack.

inbuilt flash

rear view 5220
specification summery
Excellent audio quality with fast and easy music downloads, and space to store your music with a microSD slot supporting memory cards up to 2 GB.
Music player supporting various formats (MP3, MP4, AAC, -AAC+, and WMA)
Dedicated music keys and rhythmic lights flash to the beat of the music.
Up to 30 MB internal user memory,
512 MB MicroSD card included support for up to 2 GB cards.
Enhanced S40 Music player supporting MP3, M4A, eAAC+, AAC and WMA music formats-
Dedicated music keys (play/pause, forward/rewind),
Stereo FM radio with RDS (Radio Data System),
Bluetooth stereo audio,
Supports OMA DRM 2,
2 megapixel enhanced camera with 4 x digital zoom,
Bluetooth 2.0 connection,
USB full speed with micro-USB connector,
3.5 mm AV connector,
2.0” QVGA, 240 x 320 pixels, 256k colours,
Volume: 53 cc,
Weight: 78 g with battery,
Length: 108 mm,
Width: 43.5 mm,
Thinness: 10.5 mm,

side view 5220

Sideview 5320
Nokia 5320 XpressMusic - Dynamic design, 3G social entertainment packageFeaturing a dynamic design with 3G social entertainment capabilities, the Nokia 5320 XpressMusic delivers exceptional music and web 2.0 access. With the innovative new voice-controlled Say and Play feature, consumers can merely say the name of a favorite artist or song to automatically play it. Offering an array of additional features, the Nokia 5320 XpressMusic device includes dedicated XpressMusic keys, a 3.5mm audio jack, up to 24 hours of playback time, an audio chip for hi-fi sound quality, extendable memory up to 8GB, HS-USB for fast music transfer and HSDPA for fast access to data.The full featured Internet browser, access to Ovi and Nokia Search 4.1 allow users to find and share media content and information with ease. In addition, dedicated N-Gage gaming keys and landscape view deliver a true gaming experience, while HSDPA provides fast access to N-Gage, which will be available for download.

nokia 5320

Rear view 5320
Specification summary
Symbian S60 9.3, S60 3rd Edition (Feature Pack 2),
2" QVGA (320 x 240 pixel) 24 bit colour display,
GSM/EDGE 850/900/1800/1900 MHz,
WCDMA/HSDPA 900/2100 (1900/850 support available in Latin America)
Dimensions: 108 x 47 x 15 mm,
Weight: 90g,
2 Megapixel camera with integrated LED flash,
User facing CIF+ (384 x 320) camera for video calls,
Dedicated keys for music and N-Gage gaming.
Gaming optimised 8-way Navi key,
N-Gage games available via download app (Games folder) or online,
Memory Card: Micro SD - Max Card Size: 8 GB,
Stereo FM radio with RDS and Visual Radio,
Bluetooth 2.0 +EDR inc Bluetooth Stereo Audio (A2DP),
High-speed USB 2.0 with micro-USB connector,
3.5 mm AV connector.

Both handsets are compatible with the recently launched Nokia Music Store and offer easy music side-loading. With Nokia Music Store, consumers can choose from more than 2 million tracks from both major and independent labels; international and local artists and simply browse, download, stream and sync either to a PC or side-load directly to a mobile device.

Monday, July 14, 2008

A N78, a pair of MD 4s and a BH703..

Ye, that's right buddies - I'm gonna get a N78, a pair of MD 4s and a BH703 this week from WOM WORLD/Nokia for checking it out! Lucky me!! But i have a surgery planned this week, so it could be a little lat before i actually get the reviews out - something like next week perhaps.

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Friday, July 11, 2008

Cons on the N95 firmware update..

George has left a new comment on your post "N95 FirmwWare updated too!":

Hi, I did the update too and I am really very very disappointed and very angry. And this is because I lost the tracking feature. It was a main reason to buy the phone and Nokia has not the right to take it back in this snaky way.A friend who has the same N95 and bought it about the same time didn't update and still has the feature (laughing at me). What is also unacceptable is the stupid answer of Nokia (to people who e-mailed it for this) that the feature was promotional or trial and so limited. Bullshit!! Nobody told that before we bought the phone or nowhere this was written in the adds. And the proof is that I had the feature for 9 months until I updated.Plus my friend who didn't update still has it and will have it if not update. Its only a cheap trick to make us pay for navigation which changed my opinion for Nokia until it apologize and give us the feature back. I payed for the phone with the tracking feature and so it belongs to me.This is a rip off. Sorry Nokia ,BIG mistake and against the law. I have spent hours and hours for this story and I am furious. If someone has a solution I'll be glad to see it as I will not stop reacting for my rights on this matter. thanks

Things that went unnoticed..

Guess there's more to a Series 60 V3 phone than meets the eye.
Only recently did I come to know about the great alarm feature
and a way to disconnect GPRS instantly on our Nokia N95, the N95 8 Gb and the n95 NAM.

The Alarm Feature

You can put up numerous alarms on the phone simultaneously, each of
which can be scheduled to ring-up on working days, week days -
practically whenever you feel like it. The previous Symbian versions
required certain 3rd party apps for these functions to be used -
really sad considering that we're talking about the so-called
smart phones here. The S60 3rd Edition phone also has another feature
worth noting: The alarm will wake you up even if the phone's been
switched off! What's more, it will even ask you whether it can switch
itself on now that you are awake so that it can continue to help you
around..such a helpful dude huh? :)

Fast Disconnect

The GPRS connection can be hung up just as you disconnect regular
voice calls by pressing the Hang-Up button for 2 secs. Upon doing this
it will ask for a confirmation - it comes in handy when you're
entering areas wherein the data charges are sky high, or for any other
reason that you can think of.

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to know feel free to comment about
it here.
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