Archive for March, 2007
The Nokia N95 is now available on eBay from legitimate sellers. For reference, the first released price is around $1200 USD tonight. You can keep track of the price drops here at the price check pages with hourly updates or over at fonegrabber for up to the minute updates. I will be waiting patiently for the call from the New York Store until I lose patience and just buy it online. How patient are you?
Carol Chen, AKA Cybette, says replacing the Nokia N95 cover is easy. Since this highly anticipated phone will only officially come out in plum or sand, this is great news for those who want something different.
When I tried to take apart my N95, I found that the (back) cover can be easily popped out. This makes it easy to customize and change covers…
The Nokia 5300 makes a few appearances in Fall Out Boy’s latest music video of their latest single, Thnks Fr Th Mmrs. The Nokia 5300 will now be getting more popular because I’m expecting this video to be playing a lot on MTV. Also worth mentioning this video on YouTube received plenty of honors already. Check it out.
Nokia started shipping the Nokia N95. But when do retailers receive it? According to Mobile Today Counter Intelligence, shipment takes ‘within five or six days.’ That means we should see it on eBay no later than March 27th, 2007. Initial prices will obviously be high. Read the source…
There are a lot of people waiting for the Nokia N95 to come out. Nokia published today the support pages for the device. It means its release date is very near. All About Symbian even claims their production units have already been shipped and they are waiting for it tomorrow. Look out for the unboxing.
The Evening With S60 event last Thursday at the New York Nokia Flagship was great! I know I was supposed to take lots of pictures, but the people I met there were very interesting that I got sidetracked. I’ll recap what happened that night and highlight a few things that stayed on my mind.
I’ll be “live photoblogging” from the Evening With S60 event with my Nokia N93 here in New York City. I have not done this before so I really hope this works. With only a few hours to go, a couple of tests show it is working properly. The pictures I’ll be taking will be automatically uploaded so refresh this page to check for new images.
The Nokia Blog reached its 100,000th unique visitor last night since opening of late October 2006. I would like to thank all my visitors and would like this opportunity to ask how you heard or stumbled upon here. I encourage especially the lurkers (readers that do not comment) to introduce themselves and other bloggers to leave a link and description to your own blogs.
In conjunction with the website Great Pockets, it looks like the marketing team for the Nokia N95 also created a YouTube account to upload some viral videos. The account was created only 2 days ago and so far have
3 videos 4 videos. Notice that there is no mention of the Nokia N95 anywhere on the videos and you will not know it is an ad for the Nokia N95 until after navigating the website. Check it out.