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It has been 10 years since the world’s first 3G network became available. To celebrate this milestone, Mashable published a list of the 7 most influential phones of the last decade. A Nokia phone made the list; the Nokia N95!
You can’t wait for the Nokia N97 or the E75? Why not get a really cheap N95 8GB or E71 for now? They are currently being sold on Dell SB at a 25% discount, but use the stackable coupon 2J0TX0Z5NW22MB to bring the discount total up to 33%. This makes the N95 8GB and E71 on sale for $365 and $270 respectively. Act fast because the deal expires in 24 hours.
When Nokia started to ship their Nseries devices with high Megapixel Cameras, a new era of photography was started, and a whole new crowd of photographers carrying mobile phones instead of professional cameras, stated to appear. I was among this new generation of photographers and my specific interest was pointed at nature. Here’s a quick guide on Nature photography which might help other Mobile Nature photographers.
Some people asked me how the dual LED flash is on the Nokia N85 compared to the xenon flash on the Nokia N82. What better way to answer by showing the results instead? I took pictures with N95 8GB, N96, N85, and N82. Sheila was kind enough to stand in front of the camera and try not to get blinded.
If you are in a area well covered with 3G internet speed, you might want to force your Nokia phone to stay on the fast 3G connection instead of automatically switching to the slower EDGE. Some people might prefer to do this if their phone disconnects when the phone is trying to switch between the two. I’ll show you how to do it.
Sure, the Nokia N82 and the 6220 classic got the powerful xenon flash, but the weaker LED flash on phones like the N95 8GB are actually much better in certain situations. For example, I like using it to take pictures of what I eat. Today, Sheila and I took pictures at the famous Grimaldi’s Pizzeria under the Brooklyn Bridge.
I have some free time before the Maemo Summit gets started so I made a quick video in front of the Reichstag building with my thoughts on Berlin and bicycles. A lot of people here use them and I noticed one major difference from New York City. The bike lanes are mostly on sidewalks… not the roads!
When I read that the Rugby Ralph Lauren store in Union Square New York City were using QR codes, I had to check it out myself. QR codes are basically barcodes that compatible phones can read and redirect to a website URL. The cool thing about this is that the barcode reader comes pre-installed with the latest Nokia phones like the Nokia N95 8GB I was carrying.