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The Nokia 2630 White is a sophisticated mobile phone and has a very classy look; its design really looks so sophisticated. The mobile phone has an elegant, slim and slender design and is quite easy-to- arry and its built-in features allow its users to enjoy amazing multimedia and communication features.
The Nokia 5310 XpressMusic is a compact and really fascinating music mobile phone. The handset is a truly astonishing handset and comes in a black coloured framing. The vibrant looking mobile handset comes in bright red and blue coloured sections which highlight the phone’s appearance with a large screen and dedicated music keys.
The Nokia 2630 White’s key features include dual band technology (GSM 900 and GSM 1800), VGA Camera with 4x Digital zoom, FM Radio with one touch access key and Bluetooth. Whereas, the Nokia 5310 Xpress Music‘s key features include music player with three dedicated music keys, Bluetooth technology, 30 mega bytes plus microSD memory option of up to 4 Giga bytes, and 2 inches 16.7 million colour QVGA screen with a resolution of 240 x 320 pixels.
The Nokia 2630 White has entertainment options for its users, it has two types of gaming options they are-preloaded games (games which are already present in the mobile handset) and Java games. In the 5310 XpressMusic, a user can enjoy and entertain themselves by 5 variant types of gaming options, the Nokia 5310 XpressMusic Pink’s gaming options are-music guess game, Snake III game,Towerbloxx game besides options like the Java games and downloadable games (where a user can download games from any other sources.
The Nokia 5310 Xpress Music weighs 71 grams and its dimensions are 103.8 x 44.7 x 9.9 mm and the Nokia 2630 White weighs only just 66 grams and its dimensions are 105 x 45 x 9.9 mm.
Both the mobile handsets of Nokia have different network connectivity options. The Nokia 2630 has network connectivity options related to dual band technology, it supports dual band technology (GSM 900 and GSM 1800 frequencies). Whereas, the 5310 has Triband technology, it supports Triband technology (GSM 900, GSM 1800 and GSM 1900 frequencies).
Sound specifications are also variant in both the mobile phones, the 5310 XpressMusic has an exemplary music player supporting the playback of MP3, MP4, AAC, eAAC+ and WMA files, three dedicated music keys, loud speaker, magnificent stereo handset, real time equaliser, album art display, playlist, video ringtones, MP3, MP4 Polyphonic MIDI Ringtones. On the other hand, the 2630 White has only 6 types of specifications in sound features, they are -FM Radio, one touch radio access key, P3 Ringtones, polyphonic ringtones (24 channels) and handsfree speaker. With the Nokia 5310, a user can access and control music easily by just using the 3 dedicated music keys which are located at the side of the high colour screen of the mobile phone. Whereas, the Nokia 2630 simply comes with a kit which allows its user to enjoy personal and private listening experiences.
The Nokia 2630 mobile handset is really a simple looking mobile handset which comes with easy-to- ccess features and useful specifications. It has some of the most outstanding qualities which can suit the most of the mobile phone’s users needs and necessities. On the other hand, the 5310 XpressMusic Pink is simply a music features’ enabled mobile handset but yet the handset looks very stylish and sleek. The Nokia 5310 XpressMusic is actually the member of the XpressMusic family which also has other music acclimatize stylish mobile handsets including the Nokia 5300 XpressMusic and Nokia 5700 XpressMusic.
Both the mobile handsets come up with user-friendly features because these handsets are made up by taking care of users’ tastes and preferences.
It is not an exaggeration to say that there are no other phones in the market to compete with Nokia N series gadgets. They are unique and marvellous Nokia mobile phones.
Let us discuss about two Nokia N series phones that have received countless praises from all segments of the mobile users across the world. They are none other than the Nokia N97 and Nokia N96 devices. The Nokia N96 has been recently released in the market where as the Nokia N97 is expected to be released in the market in the second quarter of 2009.
To break the silence and to compete with the 3G technology Apple iPhone, Nokia is going to launch the N97 phone with innovative features and stunning looks. To serve and please the demands of the modern mobile users, who are eagerly waiting to have a touch screen phone in their hands, this world class phone comes with a large 3.5 inches TFT touch screen display with 16M colours and offers a resolution of 360 x 640 pixels. The users can enjoy its easy to use and simple to drag touch screen features. Beside the advanced navigations features such as the Proximity sensor for auto turn-off, Accelerometer sensor for auto-rotate and Handwriting recognition, this stylish phone also comes along with a QWERTY keyboard.
To prove it as a complete Internet-based entertainment phone, the N97 handset from Nokia is compatible with WAP 2.0/xHTML, HTML Internet browser and RSS feeds. One of the major features of this upcoming phone is its storage capacity. To our great surprise, the microSD (TransFlash) memory card of this phone has the capacity to support nearly 16 GB memory card slots. Its power-packed entertainment features like audio player, video player, video recorder, secondary video call camera, 5.0 mega pixels digital camera, RDS technology stereo FM radio definitely prove it as a seamless entertainer. This 3G technology Nokia N97 phone has a Built-in GPS receiver with A-GPS support and is installed with thousands of Nokia Maps 2.0 Touch along with a digital compass feature. It supports the operating system of Symbian OS v9.4, Series 60 rel. 5 and comes preloaded with all the endless features like class 32 GPRS, class 32 EDGE, HSCSD, 3G-HSDPA, WLAN-Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g, UPnP technology, Bluetooth connectivity and microUSB support.
While on the other hand, the Nokia N96 has already proved it as a high-end device and reached the pockets of most of the modern mobile users across the world. Like an unexpected storm it has entered the mobile market with all the powerful multi-purpose features. Its 2.8 inches colourful TFT display is the first attractive feature of this phone. The user-friendly slider mechanism and great quality multimedia features like 5.0 mega pixels digital camera, MP3/AAC/AAC+/eAAC+/WMA player, Stereo FM Radio with RDS, DVB-H TV broadcast receiver, 3.5 mm audio output jack, T9, TV out, secondary VGA videocall camera and video recorder offer ultimate fun and entertainment to its users. Some of the other sumptuous features of the N96 from Nokia include the Built-in GPS receiver with A-GPS function, SMS, MMS, Email, Instant Messaging, RSS reader, WAP 2.0/xHTML Internet browser, Office document viewer, push to talk, Voice dial/memo and Built-in handsfree.
After the clear description of these two gadgets such as the Nokia N97 and the Nokia N96, we can strongly say that both phones surely offer wonderful mobile experience to their users.
Nokia – the world leader in mobile manufacturing, sells one in every three phones in the market. It produces mobiles for every market and protocol. This includes GSM, CDMA as well as WCDMA. What makes Nokia mobile phones phenomenal, is a simple fact. Nokia believes and understands the industry’s dynamics, that is, the design, brand, usability and price, are the prime considerations for customers. This means that Nokia mobile phones are not only visually appealing but also score high due their ergonomics.
The portfolio offered by Nokia mobile Phones is quite varied. Where on one hand we have Xpress music phones and camera phones, on the other, we have the multimedia phones and sensational L’Amour series. For flip phones one can choose from a host of options like Ã¢Â€Â“ Nokia N92, Nokia 7390, Nokia 6290, Nokia 6086 and Nokia 6085. Options for slider phones include Ã¢Â€Â“ E65, N95, 8800 Sirocco Edition, 5300 Xpress music and many more. While choices for wide screen display under Nokia Mobile phones include Ã¢Â€Â“ N93i, N95, N73, Nokia 7373 etc.
Each Nokia Mobile Phone is marketed with a definite USP kept in mind, however they offer more in terms of application and appeal. For example, Nokia N95 was marketed as a multimedia powerhouse, with a great Mp3 player, a camera and 3G capability, but the wide screen look of the gadget also became its Unique selling proposition. In the first quarter of 2006 Nokia sold over 15 million MP3 capable mobile phones, and it plans to further raise the number to outpace sales of iPods from Apple.
Despite an outpouring success of Nokia Mobile Phones, the manufacturers have not become complacent. The manufacturers see a lot of potential left specially in the area of low-cost handsets and more sophisticated devices. In the world where around 500 million people have never made a phone call, Nokia through Nokia mobile phones envisages to empower at least another 2 billion to get them introduced to the world of mobile telecommunications, and reaffirm what they always believe – ‘connecting people’.
Nokia Mobile Phones
. Because of its elegant style and technical sophistications Nokia mobile phones are all time favourites of most of the mobile phone users.
Mobile phones are no more a communicating device alone, but are becoming multifunctional gadgets with varied features. Nokia is also introducing mobile phones with multiple features that could easily satisfy any customer’s need. In most of the Nokia mobile phones one can find unparalleled solutions for games, media, imaging as well as businesses. Whether you are an arrogant boss or a cute school girl, or a mod teenager, Nokia mobile phones will never disappoint anyone. You can opt for the one you desire, as there is a medley of easy-to-use mobile phones that would surely suit your tastes and pockets.
Nokia mobile phones have already become the hub for communicating by voice, pictures, video and Internet. With the addition of Java enabled games it has also become one of the easy to access source of entertainment for game lovers. The recently introduced Nokia N95 integrates features, such as global positioning. The advanced connectivity features like Bluetooth, Infrared, Edge in Nokia mobile phones like the N76, Nokia 6111, Nokia 7373 enables hassle-free communication. The multimedia features in Nokia mobile phones are also quite amazing, for example the Nokia N91, the company’s latest device with a room for up to 3000 songs on the integrated 4-gigabyte hard disk delivers a premier music experience. The Push to Talk solution often described as a “walkie-talkie” service in Nokia 6600 adds up new modish gears in Nokia mobile phones.
Thus, Nokia mobile phones are not merely a connecting device, but a multi-purpose accessory that could meet every need of a consumer, including music, games, photography, video, Internet, global positioning and so on. Moreover, Nokia provides its handsets in a variety of designs– clamshell, flip, teeny-tweeny, bar, smart phone, block, slide and lot more. Because of its advanced technology and graceful appearance Nokia mobile phones surpasses its contemporaries.
Nokia is meant for wireless or wired telecommunications. It produces mobile phones for every major market segment and manufactures products for every kind of individual and still it is manufacturing Nokia mobile phones including GSM, CDMA and W-CDMA (UMTS).
The Nokia N-series handsets are just masterpieces from the house of Nokia, with each and every handset holding very special kind of specifications by which make its user feels that they are class apart.
The effervescent Nokia N96 is a member of the popular N series mobile phone, it is also called a 3G smartphone which comes with easy to use features and high-end technologies. Here in other hand the Nokia N85 is also an astounding looking mobile phone which comes in a splendid high gloss black coloured framing which looks beautiful and comes with easy-to-use built in features.
As Nokia N85 is well equipped as a 3G smart phone it comes with a fully rechargeable battery which can provide up to 4.5 hours of WCDMA talktime 6.9 hours of GSM talktime or we can say approximately six hours of voice over IP talk time. Whereas the Nokia N96 is also a 3G smartphone which comes with the popular Symbian Operating system which completes with the S60 software. The highly reliable standard battery when fully charged can provide up to three hours of talk time or again we can say two hundred and twenty hours of standby battery time. This phone’s battery time is fully dependent on the services and features which are being used in the mobile phone but there is a guideline to handle the sophisticated features of the mobile phone.
The Nokia N96 has an amazing camera features and camera settings this particular mobile phone’s camera is really very attractive and marvellous. It has a 5 mega pixel camera with Carl Zeiss Optics Tessar Lens,Dual LED flash, autofocus, auto exposure, camera key, camera setting (Flash, self-timer, colour, white balance and contrast), video player, video recorder (MPEG4), video streaming, video stabiliser, video light, video settings (White balance and colour tone), it even also has a secondary VGA Camera, video calling, live TV broadcast(DVB H).
Whereas the Nokia N85 also has a 5 Mega pixel camera with Carl Zeiss Optics Tessar Lens but the camera features which has in this mobile phone are quite large in numbers and very tedious in nature. This phone has a CMOS Sensor, 20x Digital Zoom, autofocus with assist light system, Dual LED Flash, dedicated Camera Key, Slide Lens Cover, photo editor, photo gallery with navigation wheel scrolling, photo slide show with Ken Burn Effects and Sound, flash mode(on, off, auto and red eye reduction),White balance (sunny, cloudy, auto, incandescent and fluorescent), capture mode (still, sequence, video and self timer), colour tone (Sepia, normal, black and white,vivid and negative), scene mode (auto, portrait, landscape, close-up, sport, night and user-defined), video player in MPEG4, 3GP, H.263 and H.264, main camera video recording with 8x digital zoom, front camera video recording with 2 x digital zoom, video stabiliser, video light, video modes (auto and night), video streaming, video and picture Blogging, TV-out, video calling and picture caller ID.
The Nokia N85 has incredible five types of connectivity options, they are-3G HSDPA, Bluetooth, Micro USB Cable port, EDGE and WLAN Wi-Fi. The Nokia N96 also has five types of connectivity options, they are-3G HSDPA, Bluetooth with A2DP, USB Cable port, EDGE, WLAN Wi-Fi with UPnP Technology. It operates on the Quad Band technology network, Quad Band technology of GSM 850, GSM 900, GSM 1800 and GSM 1900 and WCDMA. Whereas the Nokia N85 has only Quad Band technology which operates on the GSM 850, GSM 900, GSM 1800 and GSM 1900 frequencies.
The Nokia N85 has the option for internet connection. Internet can be done by the Nokia Web Browser with Mini Maps, HTML,xHTML MP, CSS and WML. While on other hand, the Nokia N96 has three options for internet browsing, they are- Nokia Web Browser with Mini Maps, HTML, RSS Reader.
The Nokia N96 has seven variant types of messaging options, they are – SMS(Short Message Service) for text messages,MMS (Multimedia Messages) for illustrated messages, Email (in SMTP, IMAP4 and POP3), Email with attachments, popular picture messaging, instant messaging and predictive text messages. Whereas, the Nokia N85 has also has seven different types of messaging options, but these options are quite different from Nokia N96 options, they are-SMS (Short Message Service) for text messages, MMS (Multimedia Messages) for illustrated messages, Email in SMTP, IMAP and POP form, Email with attachments, Email with filtering, Wireless Email Support, Predictive text messages.
Anyone who likes touchscreen phones should be excited; the most recognised name in the game has waded in with not one, but TWO mobile phones: the sexy Nokia 5800 and the totally awesome Nokia N97.
The history of touchscreen phones – best left in the past…
Many people are under the incorrect assumption that the Nokia 5800 is the first touchscreen mobile phone Nokia have ever made. It’s not. The opposite’s true, because there’s been several touch-based phones to wear the Nokia badge. Starting at the 7700, the world has seen a few Nokia mobile phones which work by you prodding and poking the screen. They had a relatively big (for the time) touchscreen in common, but the other feature they had in common, unfortunately, was that they were utterly hideous. Just one of those handsets, the 6708, displayed a modicum promise, but it was destined exclusively to be sold in China, and thus, it never saw the light of day in Britain. Unfortunately, that meant that the phones we got were utter, and complete bobbins.
However, these bad mental images have all been removed due to the announcement of a pair of new Nokia mobile phones, both of which come with touch-sensitive displays, and both of which are much, much sexier…
Nokia 5800 – music, rhythm, who oculd ask for anything more…
The first phone up is a completely new entrant into Nokia’s Xpress line of music mobile phones, the mouth-watering Nokia 5800. This one’s pretty obviously built for music and video; you can tell by the separate XpressMedia touch-key that pops up a list of shortcuts to music, videos, the web, and more. Then, of course, the Nokia 5800 has a 3.2 inch touchscreen, to actually muck about with those different media files. Basically, the Nokia 5800 was designed to be a teeny handheld entertainment centre, and as music devices go, this is just about the sexiest. The Nokia 5800 also comes with a 3 megapixel camera, HSDPA internet access and sat-nav, so that it’s a wonderful all-round mobile phone, in addition to being a brilliant media box. Oh, and it’s got a strap to clip on an imitation guitar plectrum. Pointless, but brilliant.
Despite all those features, the Nokia 5800 is very definitely a mid-range device; it isn’t, nor will it ever be, a full-fat top-end monster. That role falls to a different mobile…
Nokia N97 – the Superman of mobile phones?
With the Nokia 5800 all set to bring touch-based mobile phones to the mid-range market, that leaves a great big gap at the absolute top-endof the product range; well, there IS a touch-based mobile phone on its way to take its place as the top-end powerhouse: the utterly mind-blowing Nokia N97. This takes the same Symbian S60 Touch interface and crams it within the body of a proper, full-on smartphone. So it has a massive, 3.5 inch screen, a kick out QWERTY keypad, and the camera’s been upgraded to 5 megapixels. The Nokia N97 is, in a very definite way, destined to be the new flagship Nseries mobile phone, and it’s genuinely as powerful as the rumours had us believe, with HSDPA, sat-nav, digital compass, and built-in Flash, so that you have an internet experience that tops any other mobile phones! Put simply the Nokia N97 is awesome. It gleefully relieves itself over other mobile phones and while the Nokia 5800 angles firmly for the mid-range, I’m predicting that the Nokia N97 will utterly DOMINATE the world next year!
Anyone who likes touchscreen phones should be excited; the most well known brand in the industry has brought out not one, but TWO mobile phones: the sexy Nokia 5800 and the terrifyingly jaw-dropping Nokia N97.
Phase 1 â€“ Nokia’s not-so-brilliant early attempts at a touchscreen phone
Many people seem to be under the incorrect assumption that the Nokia 5800 is the first touchscreen mobile phone Nokia have ever made. It isn’t. The opposite’s true, because there have been several touchy-feely phones released under the Nokia name. Starting with the 7700, we’ve seen a few Nokia mobile phones that are controlled by you pressing directly on the screen. They had a relatively big (for the time) touchscreen in common, but the other feature they had in common, unfortunately, was that they were irredeemably hideous. Just one of those devices, the 6708, displayed a modicum promise, but it was made only for the Chinese market, and so, we never got to play with them in Britain. Unfortunately, that meant that the phones we got were utter, utter garbage.
However, those bad mental images have now been removed by the launch of two new Nokia mobile phones, both of which have touch-sensitive displays, and both of which are much, much sexier…
Nokia 5800 – the magic touch
The first phone on the roster is a completely new member of Nokia’s Xpress range of music mobile phones, the gorgeous Nokia 5800. This phone is very obviously built for music and video; you can tell by the separate XpressMedia touch-key that brings up a list of links to music, videos, the internet, and more. Oh, and the Nokia 5800 has a 3.2 inch touch-sensitive display, to let you use those different media files. Essentially, the Nokia 5800 was created to be a teeny handheld entertainment centre, and as music handsets go, this is just about the sweetest. The Nokia 5800 has also got a 3 megapixel camera, HSDPA internet connection and sat-nav, so that it’s a superb all-round mobile phone, in addition to being a superb media box. Oh, and it’s got a strap to clip on a fake guitar pick. Pointless, but brilliant.
Despite all those features, the Nokia 5800 is very definitely a mid-range device; it isn’t, nor will it ever be, a full-on powerhouse. That role falls to another device…
Nokia N97 – touched by an angel
With the Nokia 5800 all set to deliver touchscreen mobile phones to the mid-range market, that opens up a very big gap at the absolute top-end of the product range; well, there IS a touch-based mobile phone on its way to take its place as the top-end powerhouse: the utterly jaw-dropping Nokia N97. This uses the same Symbian S60 Touch operating system and packages it into the frame of a proper, full-on smartphone. So it has an even more huge, 3.5 inch screen, a slide out QWERTY keypad, and the camera now weighs in at a meaty 5 megapixels. The Nokia N97 is, as should be glaringly obvious, destined to be the new flagship Nseries mobile phone, and it really is as hyper-powered as the rumours had us believe, with HSDPA, sat-nav, digital compass, and integrated Flash, so that you have an internet experience that tops any other mobile phones! Put it like this: the Nokia N97 is awesome. It gleefully relieves itself over other mobile phones and while the Nokia 5800 angles firmly for the mid-range, I reckon that the Nokia N97 will completely DESTROY the competition next year!
This pair of Sigillu Secure Encrypted Phones is a pair of Nokia N73 unlocked phones bundled with strong encryption software which makes them absolutely secure and unbreakable. It was developed especially for those who work every day with sensitive data and know how important it is to prevent confidential information from falling into the wrong hands. It passed highly advanced security tests performed by both civilian and governmental experts, and is licensed by the … More >>
This pair of Sigillu Secure Encrypted Phones is a pair of Nokia E61 unlocked phones bundled with strong encryption software which makes them absolutely secure and unbreakable. It was developed especially for those who work every day with sensitive data and know how important it is to prevent confidential information from falling into the wrong hands. It passed highly advanced security tests performed by both civilian and governmental experts, and is licensed by the … More >>
The Nokia 7020 is a Series 40 6th Edition fold phone, supporting quad-band GSM 850/900/1800/1900. Other key features include Nokia Maps, accelerometer (tap), 2 megapixel camera, Flash Lite 3.0, Bluetooth 2.1 + EDR and MIDP Java 2.1 with additional Java APIs…. More >> Nokia 7020 Unlocked Cell Phones
The blackberry bold phones do not even seem to be real phones. They are a compromise between a PDA and a cell. However, big, ugly, funny looking device is finding more & more fans day by day.
One of the main advantages of a blackberry is of course its taste… oops, sorry… what I meant to say was its screen. As they say: size does not matter, well… in this case it definetely does. Another obvious thing for sure is QWERTY keyboard. Although, it might seem hard at first, writing a message on this bad boy is much easier than on a traditional cell. Take for example the letter â€œsâ€. To enter that into a message on a traditional cell keypad, youâ€™d have to press the â€œ7â€ key four times! So not only is blackberry great for multimdia, but also for economy which makes it a real time-saver.
This is where all its uniqueness unfortunately ends and it does not even matter that some sites offer you blackberry free themes. Sad as it may seem all the other fuctions or refinements do not really impress the genuine cell phone heads. You might say the embeded GPS receiver. Sure, however there is a bundle of phones out there that already take advantage of this function. Take Nokia n95 8GB for example, of which I happen to be a proud user. In my humble opinion there is nothing more in blackberry that apart from QWERTY keyboard that could cpmpete with this Nokia. I mean it has got built-in GPS receiver, 8BG of RAM (duuh…) and 5mpx cam on top of it. So my question is who would want this hunky piece of hardware. I mean itâ€™s huge. I always thought the technology should go the other way, you know, makeâ€™em smaller not the other way round.
Another thing is it does not go with the fashion trends at all. Listen to this phrase: free blackberry curve themes. Just because it says â€œcurveâ€ does not mean itâ€™s fashionable! You know the pockets they make especially designed to fit cell phones. Guess what? It just doesnâ€™t fit! And try talking through it. Half of your face is covered and the radiation is probably so strong that the cancer is going munch through your jaw like a fat American on a hamburger. Sorry for being so graphic but thatâ€™s the way I feel about those â€œberriesâ€. Iâ€™m not saying: â€œdonâ€™t buy oneâ€, iâ€™m not saying: â€œdonâ€™t try itâ€, Iâ€™m saying: â€œget it, taste it, get rid of it and get yourself a decent cell phoneâ€.
BlackBerry mobile phones are known to be hot selling mobiles in the market, across the globe. Whether the buyer looks for an out and out multimedia centric mobile or a mobile to execute your corporate communication on the go, an absolutely entertaining device or a mobile phone which would fetch your computer in your handset Ã¢Â€Â“ diverse range of Blackberry mobile phones can fit to your expectations.
Different ranges of Blackberry Phones take account of diverse demands of today’s discerning mobile users to offer unique features, functions and unlimited options to have fun and entertainment. Though these latest phones were preliminarily designed for business people, however, gradually, handsets have been revolutionized to comprise various other features other than business centric features in its lightweight and slick structure.
Recent series of Blackberry mobile phones have include QWERTY keyboard to give users much more ease of typing, large enough screen to soothe users’ eyes without having them to squint those, voice mail system, all the popular instant messengers such as Yahoo!, AQL, Google Talk, MSN etc., to stay connected from any part of the globe, expandable memory, advanced imaging and music playing features, expandable memory to accommodate space for more documents, audio and videos etc.
Blackberry mobile is built to target the million of business-minded people all across the world. Blackberry Pearl 8120.it is light in weight at 91g and in terms of size it just 107 x 50 x 14 mm. Blackberry Pearl 8120 is the smallest Blackberry Smartphone to hit the market. the Pearl 8120 come in a neat package which really catches the users eye.
The Sony Ericsson W910i is available in three colour schemes, Havana Gold, Black and Red.
The Sony Ericsson W910i is a sleek slider. The front fascia of the mobile phone is dominated by a 2.4 inch TFT screen that can produce more than 262k colours across its 240 x 320 pixels. The Walkman logo in iconic orange colour affirms the handset’s affiliation to the Walkman family.
Being a Walkman phone, the Sony Ericsson W910i’s finesse lies in its music playing skills. The handset is endowed with an upgraded Walkman 3.0 media player with many integrated features that were not found in the earlier version, including the fabulous ‘shake control’, allowing you to change song by jiggling the phone. TrackID feature of the updated player is a great way to find out more about a song’s artist and other relevant information just by sending a part of its recording to the server. Similarly, other features like playlist support, equalizer, MegaBass makes for a unique mobile music experience. The Sony Ericsson W910i’s built in memory is supplemented by external memory cards.
One of the most appreciated feature of Nokia N81 mobile phones, is its imaging prowess. The handset comes with an excellent 2 Megapixel camera, with video recording capabilities and 20 x digital zoom. The dimension of customization and editing are huge, giving the users every cause to revel in creativity. One can choose from eight Sony Ericsson shooting modes, ranging from portrait to sports to night portrait, and five resolutions: 2,048×1,536, 1,600×1,200, 1,280×960, 800×600, and 640×480. Further, one can also play with the contrast, white balance, brightness, colour tone and exposure value.
One may add clip art or text to the snaps, or reduce red eyed, cut audio, trim clips for multimedia messages, etc. Not only this, the photo sharing ability of Nokia N81 is also more powerful than its contemporary. In addition to email and saving document, one can also use Nokia mobile phones Xpress Solutions to print photos, upload them to the Web, or transfer them to other Sony Ericsson devices. Besides its outstanding imaging quality, the Nokia N81 also includes 3G, WLAN, EDGE, four GSM band, Symbian’s S60 software platform, and media player for musical bonanza.