Apparently, the Helio Ocean has been popping up on billboards across the greater NYC area promoting it’s 3G capabilities. Hmmm… it seems to me that using 3G on a phone these days are old. See more about Mark and my video opinion on Helio after the black hole.
Here we have a bunch of asians attempting to play ball. Our dear friend Mr. Nokia Blog himself is playing. Can you spot Mark playing ball? Peep after the jumpshot.
Congratulations to Abul Hussain, also known as adonisdemon, who blogs at Symbian in Motion for winning the five Ovi stickers from last week’s giveaway. To make sure that I was not cheating on this contest, I decided to stream the video to Qik from the Nokia N95. It worked as expected.
Lost footage found within my videos is a clip captured on the Nokia N95 when Sheila and I were at Horseshoe Bay beach in Bermuda last summer. It is one of the more beautiful beaches I’ve been to. I heard it is going to snow tomorrow here in New York so I’m happy to see this video again to keep me warm.
Before the Nokia N96 DVB-H (live TV on your phone) demo at the Mobile World Congress Nokia booth, the the stand staff said, “Please don’t play around with it too much.” I’m sorry, but I haven’t seen anything like it and I know I won’t any time soon. Amir from Phone Rush asked the questions while I captured it on video. Take a look.
The most concerning issue on the Nokia N96 is the small 950mah battery. We all know this battery performed poorly on the original Nokia N95 so why did Nokia decide to use it again with the Nokia N96. I was able to talk to the manager at Mobile World Congress and get his answer on video.
The Nokia N96 was announced today and you might be curious how bright the dual LEDs flash. I got it on video for you to find out. This is the product manager of the Nokia N96 at Mobile World Congress showing a demo of the LED brightness.
Using the Nokia N95 8GB, I made another quick video inspired by the movie, I am Legend. I wish I could have been more creative, but the point here is that you can shoot video and share it online right away. The Nokia N95 8GB can record video at 640×480 resolution, 30 fps, and mono audio. Put the earphones on and watch.
I used the Nokia N82 for the whole New Year’s Eve. I brought it to Camelback, Poconos for snowboarding pictures with family, used the GPS navigation to find my way back to New York City, then finished it off by taking video from the house party to watch the ball drop. I’ll share some of the daytime pictures and a nighttime video sample in this post.
For another video quality sample of the Nokia N82, I created a short clip of our pomeranian puppy getting a bath. No fancy editing was done to the video nor the audio other than cuts and the titles added from iMovie. I also created different versions so you can watch on various screens.