Archive for February, 2012
Someone in California loves Nokia so much that he announces his love through his car’s license plate. After some digging, it belongs to Alex Bravo, a Software Engineer at Nokia. Photo after the jump.
I can talk to Damian Dinning, Nokia’s head of imaging experience, about cameras for hours, but edited this video down to just 5 minutes. In this video, he talks about the PureView Technology that was introduced in the Nokia 808 PureView. PureView is the combination of high performance optics, high performance sensor, and Nokia industry-leading image processing algorithms.
We’re live at Mobile World Congress and got a look at the Nokia Asha 202. It features Dual SIM Easy Swap technology with dedicated SIM manager to personalize the phone and save up to five SIM cards with unique information. It has a 2-megapixel camera, music player, FM radio, Nokia Browser, and Bluetooth connectivity, and can handle memory cards up to 32GB.
After launching the Nokia Lumia 900 as its first LTE smartphone, Nokia is also making the Nokia Lumia 900 available around the world in a DC-HSPA variant, for high speed data connection (42Mbits download) in countries where LTE is not available. We ask Nokia for any other changes. Video after the jump
Nokia shows off nano technology at their Mobile World Congress booth. Water is dropped on a prototype phone with a superhydrophobic coating and it slides off to a surface with graphene based sensor. This is relevant to the mobile space in that it improves the water resistance and fingerprint resistance.
Here’s a first look at the Nokia Asha 302 from Mobile World Congress. The Nokia Asha 302 is Nokia’s first Series 40 phone to support Mail for Exchange, giving people access to their emails, contacts and calendar on an exchange server. That and a stylish QWERTY keyboard make it ideal for young entrepreneurs and professionals seeking a beautifully designed phone. Video after the jump.
We get a first look at the Nokia Lumia 610, the fourth and most affordable Lumia smartphone. It was designed as the perfect introduction to Windows Phone for a younger audience.
We get a first look at the Nokia 808 PureView during Mobile World Congress. It has a whopping 41 megapixel camera. It’s not all about megapixels though. Out of the box, Nokia turns on PureView mode which lets you shoot 3MP, 5MP, or 8MP. This gives the Nokia 808 the ability to zoom without loss of clarity and capture pixels of information, condensing into one pixel for the sharpest images imaginable.
The Nokia 808 PureView was announced today at Mobile World Congress. It features a large, high-resolution 41 megapixel sensor with Carl Zeiss optics, xenon flash, and runs Symbian. It also includes full HD 1080p video recording. Are Lumia owners considering this device?