Archive for December, 2006
Alex Wrege used his Nokia N93 to capture the nice sunny weather at Fort Myers beach. Currently, you can’t have this kind of video quality from any other Nokia phones! I also can’t think of ANY other phone that can handle this kind of video quality, but I’m sure the European and Asian readers here at the Nokia blog can list a few. Check out Alex’s video and the nice background music he included.
I really enjoy capturing videos with the Nokia N93 and editing with Final Cut afterwards. This phone has the potential to make anyone into a filmmaker. I’m starting to learn more about video editing as a hobby and I’m excited that the Nokia N93 makes it so much easier. Another video to add to my creations is captured during one of our game nights playing Jenga. Check it out.
I’m in the middle of two weeks of final examinations so there will not be any new entries until the end of this week. I will also try to respond to article questions as soon as I’m done. Thanks for reading!
The Nokia N93 is the perfect phone to carry around because it lets you capture unexpected events in video at very good quality. This past weekend, I was at Show Nightclub for some fun and drinks when suddenly Clipse took the stage to perform a few songs from their new album, Hell Hath No Fury. I’m not a huge fan of rap, but I’ve always liked the beats coming from Clipse’s producers, Pharrell & the Neptunes. I was not expecting anyone I know, but once I recognized the beats, I took the Nokia N93 out and swiveled into video mode right away.
The Nokia N73 Internet Edition Firmware 3.0622.214.171.124 update is now available. The Nokia N73 Internet Edition was only announced in Taiwan and Hong Kong, but anyone with the N73 can change their firmware to take advantage of the new firmware’s features by tricking Nokia Software Update. How is the Internet Edition different from the recently released Music Edition? Find out now as well as the instructions on how to update your Nokia N73 firmware.
Jamie Lendino from Smart Device Central shares a number of shortcuts for the Nokia E62 phone. The shortcuts should also work for the Nokia E61. This guide should be helpful to first time Symbian-based phone users. Even if you’ve had one of these sleek devices for a while, you might find something you didn’t already know. Check it out.
Jin Khang Ong from MobileBurn reviews the Nokia N93. He thinks the Nokia N93 is a fantastic phone, but is very bulky and has a slow camera interface. However, he still highly recommends it for its imaging and connectivity capabilities. His reviewed Nokia N93 firmware was from the version 11.0.034, but the latest version 20.0.058, which I recently reviewed, has improved the camera’s shot-to-shot time by 2.17 seconds.
Chris Davies previews the Nokia N95 for SlashPhone with three short videos. He thinks the Nokia N95 is packed with functionality but is so user-friendly that this phone will be a best-seller.
This could just be the device that lets you leave your Nano, GPS, camcorder and digital camera at home.
Check out the videos.