Archive for October, 2011
A photo of an unreleased Nokia Windows Phone showed up at Nokia UK’s Facebook page. Is that the Nokia Ace or the Nokia 900? Maybe Nokia Ace 900? It could be just a generic render, but I thought you might want to take look. The photo was taken from the London Design Museum where Nokia currently has an exhibition.
After over 2,000 votes, a recent poll shows Windows Phone fans would buy the Nokia Lumia 800 instead of the HTC Titan or the Samsung Focus S. These are the top-tier Windows Phone devices that will be available this holiday season. Which phone is for you?
I took a look at the Nokia Asha 200 during Nokia World. Nokia Asha 200 is Nokia’s latest dual SIM phone with Easy Swap functionality, allowing consumers to easily change their second SIM without switching the device off. Watch the video!
We got a closer look at the Nokia Asha 300 at Nokia World. The Nokia Asha 300 is a touch device which also offers the convenience of a keypad. The Nokia Asha 300 has a 1GHz processor and 3G. It has a 5 megapixel camera, a music player, FM radio, Bluetooth connectivity and can handle memory cards up to 32GB.
We found a white Nokia N9 at one of the booths in Nokia World. It’s glossy and not the matte-like material that we’ve previously seen (Cyan, Magenta, Black). It looks great. Take a look.
I was uploading Nokia World videos to Youtube, then noticed an ad for the Nokia Lumia 800. I’m sure this is based on location, so you might not see it. Go check the Youtube homepage now and let us know if you see these banners.
I was very fortunate to take the Nokia Lumia 800 out for a spin during the first day of Nokia World. Of course whenever there’s a new device, an unboxing has to be done. This should give you a clear idea of how the sales packaging is going to look in stores.
Here’s a concept device from Nokia called the Kinetic. You use it by bending and twisting. It is not a touchscreen! This new technology is very beneficial for those who live in cold environments because gloves don’t work well with touchscreens.
We took a look at the Nokia Asha 303 at Nokia World. It has a 2.6″ capacitive touch screen with a QWERTY keypad. The Nokia Asha 303 is built with Internet and social networks ease in mind. There’s a 1Ghz engine, 3G and WLAN. It will also be affordable.
Nokia Lumia 710 hands-on preview from Nokia World 2011
Here’s a first look at the Nokia Lumia 710. The Nokia Lumia 710 features the same 1.4 GHz processor, hardware acceleration and graphics processor as the Nokia Lumia 800. The front is made up of mostly glass. The back can be personalized with exchangeable back covers.