Saturday, February 27, 2010

Nokia n900: Leather Case from Noreve

Noreve has come out with yet another variant of its popular Tradition Leather cases - the TraditionC. Unlike the previous N900 Tradition Leather case, this one is not a flip type, but rather a slide in type. As usual various kinds of premium leathers are up for purchase over at the portal so make sure you check them out.

This particular case is made of full grain calf leather and has a smooth and soft texture. It is top of the line natural leather with a matte-like finish making it practical for daily use - i never really liked the glossy ones. More exclusive leathers such as suede are also available but they're expensive as well.

You can also see the other review of Noreve case for n900 here.

Sunday, February 7, 2010

GSM network is going to get a Virgin addition

Virgin Mobile, the youth brand of India has lentered into the Indian GSM network starting with Andhra Pradesh, Tamil Nadu, Karnataka, Kerala and Orissa. Reportedly, it will be rolling its services across India within 3 months time. The rates for Virgin’s GSM consumers as of now are as follows :

20p/min to STD and local to any Virgin mobile
40p/min to any other local network (Local)
50p/min to any STD

All the above rates are without any packs. The SMS packs are available from Rs 33 onwards which offers 2000 free local and national messages for 30 days.

Read More at MobileGyaan

Wednesday, February 3, 2010

Nokia welcomes symbian v3

Nokia skips Symbian v2, Jumps directly to v3
In a bid to speed up development of Symbian, Nokia plans to skip to version 3 with the multi-touch functions, states Michael Hsu, general manager of Nokia Taiwan. Symbian version 3 will be here for the third quarter of 2010. Nokia’s QT development framework featured for symbian version 4 will allow developers the ability to develop for both Symbian and Maemo platforms simultaneously.
Nokia will continue with its present categorisation of series s40 products at a shipment rate of 35%, symbian s60 will account for 55% of Nokia’s handset shipments, with Maemo at 10%.

Courtesy digiTimes

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