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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.
So the long rumored Nokia N96 finally got announced. Nokia is naming it as the upgrade to the Nokia N95. We had a meeting with the product manager and I also took some hands-on pictures of this beauty. It looks good from the front, but I’m not as fascinated with the back. Read on for the pictures.
In lieu of the new Nokia N96′s release in the near future, it seems that the Nokia N95 has finally been released to the masses. I was browsing my local mall yesterday and happen to come across a very good friend of mine, and it looks like he’s going to be around more. Apparently, Best Buy now carries the Nokia N95 NAM in it’s inventory. Pics after the jump.
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.
I arrived in Spain this morning and headed to a beautiful resort, Le Meridien RA in Calafell. I’m staying at a duplex with a balcony having an incredible view of the beach. Jeremiah from Nokia Users and I decided to preview Barcelona before meeting up with the rest of the bloggers at night. Knowledge deficit in the Spanish language led to getting lost in the train. We eventually found our way back to meet with the rest of the group, though. Take a look at my picture story with the Nokia N82.
Read on as I try to liveblog from Barcelona. I’m in the press box above the Nokia booth watching the keynotes. My wifi access is going nuts, but I’ll try to make this work.
I’ll be there in person, but you can experience it through your computer by attending Nokia Nseries virtual event at the Mobile World Congress. From the itinerary it looks like two new devices, Ovi Share, and new Nokia Maps will be announced. You can directly ask questions to the product managers through the virtual event. Read on for the itinerary and your invitation link.
I’m about to preview the New Nokia Maps 2.0 beta, but before I use it, let me share with you what’s new with Nokia Maps 2.0. In summary, the update includes new pedestrian navigation, satellite and hybrid images, improved car navigation interface, and real-time traffic information. Read on for the specifics.
I just received confirmation that I’ll be heading to the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona. I’m excited that Nokia and Nseries WOM World are giving me the opportunity to attend such events and share my experience with my readers. I’m looking forward to see some cool new gadgets and services related to the mobile industry. Read on to see my coverage plans.