One of the first owners of the Nokia N96 posted a review on All About Symbian today. Read their first impressions and thoughts on this new multimedia device. For more discussion on the Nokia N96 from other early owners, you can also read the comments on our post, Nokia N96 Starts Shipping.
Eldar from Mobile Review wrote a review of the Nokia N85 (translated) already and I am determined to make this my next Nokia phone. He explained that the N85 is not copy of the Nokia N95 with just a few changes. Instead, the Nokia N85 is one of the first devices built on different, newer chipsets.
Three of my friends celebrated their birthday last Saturday and I’m glad Nokia 6220 Classic was with me to take pictures of the night. What really makes the 6220c worth mentioning, even though it is not an Nseries, is its xenon flash. This is my xenon test and impressions of the Nokia 6220 Classic’s camera.
Trinity, one of our sponsors here at the Nokia Blog, sent a Nokia N82 leather case to review. I have never protected my phones with leather cases before because I think they cover my devices’ beauty. With the Trinity Nokia N82 leather case, the front of the phone retains its appearance with the help of see-through plastic. The rest of the phone is covered by leather. For those who want to protect their phone Trinity can be one to consider.
While traveling, it’s hard for me to trust a stranger to hold my expensive Nokia phone to take a picture. They might drop it or even worse run away with it. The Quik Pod fixes this problem for digital cameras by simulating an extended arm. By attaching the Nokia DT-22 to the Quik Pod, we now have a cool accessory to use for taking pictures or videos using our Nokia phones without the need of a stranger.
I already wrote a great review of the ProClip and believe it is the best device mounting solution for our cars. I tried it on the Nokia N95 8GB, the Nokia N82, and now on the recent popular phone, the Nokia E71. ProClip also just came out with a holder that includes a built-in charger so they sent that as well for the review. Check out the pics and video after the jump.
After two weeks with the Nokia E71, I have prepared the first part of the review for this phone. I’ll talk about the physical aspects of the Nokia E71. A lot of people will be considering this phone because of the QWERTY keypad, slick shape and 3G compatibility in North America, but interested buyers need to consider if they can do with the multimedia features not up to par with Nseries phones.