Archive for June, 2010
Negri teased us earlier with 3 photos of an unnamed prototype Nokia device, but now they deliver a 4-minute hands-on video. It says Nokia C0-00 on the back of the device, but the model info within the phone settings shows N00. Whatever it’s called, this device is certainly getting attention from Qwerty keyboard-lovers.
Negri Electronics just landed on a fresh Nokia prototype. They’re calling it the Nokia N9, but I’m guessing it’ll be called an N8 variation (maybe Nokia N8-01) because of its strong resemblance to the Nokia N8. Three photos were provided, but they promise to share the rest of the story soon.
The iPhone 4 will be available in just a couple of days and a couple of reviews have already popped up. How are the Nokia faithfuls feeling? The next big thing from Nokia, the Nokia N8, isn’t due until the third quarter of this year, leaving enough time for some fans to join the dark side. Are you ditching Nokia for the iPhone 4?
Joikuspot, an app that lets you turn your device into a wifi hotspot is now available at the Ovi Store for the Nokia N900. The Maemo version came out of beta last March and has been ready for purchase and download at Joiku’s own site. Its presence in the Ovi Store now makes it even easier for users to download this great app.
iPhone users rejoice today as they finally get a taste of multitasking. Nokia users have been doing it for a while now, but with certain limitations. Running too many multiple apps in the background results in “memory full” errors. Previous Nokia N97 and N96 power users are aware of this. Is the Nokia N8′s 256MB RAM memory enough for multitasking?
If you check the “More” option in your favorite Nokia phone’s Ovi Maps, you’d probably notice the current addition of the Time Out service. It suggests events, restaurants, and films depending on the time and your location. Sounds great, but it’s currently only useful if you’re located in one of the 7 regions supported.