Thursday, December 31, 2009

LEGO video camera

LEGO Animation Station Video Camera At the CES Digital Blue announced LEGO brand licenses and said that it is to be borne by the products such as digital camera, walkie talkies and digital video camera. We have seen several photos of the concept, but now we have more information on what the call LEGO Animation Station Video Camera.

While LEGO Animation Station Video Camera is not the same as the other bricks to build the products we have seen so far, are by far the LEGO elements throughout the video camera. The specification is not yet completed, but we know, the device is equipped with a 1.4 "color LCD flip-out display five way navigation pad on the back, the expression / function buttons on the top and detachable remote control. The camera will be put in tips for shooting video, and also comes with video editing software for PCs.

Digital Blue Animation Station expects LEGO Video Camera to be available in summer / fall of the retail price of 79.99 dollars.

Dell All in for Studio

Dell All in One Studio One 19Here are the latest in a Dell, the Studio One 19, with a 18.5 "LCD Full HD (1920 x 1080). Available in different colors wannabe this iMac is powered by a Core 2 Duo E7500 or Core 2 Quad with 4 GB of RAM, Vista 64-bit GeForce 9400 Blu-ray player or DVD Multi, 500GB hard drive, a 1.3MPix web camera, Wifi B / G ...

It will be available in Japan at the end of March for around € 1400.

Bluetooth Headset

Logitec LBT-HS300C2 No messages or product to age, but here is the LBT-HS300C2 Series, Logitec Japan Bleutooth latest 2.1 + EDR headset (with the HSP and HFP profiles). It is available in six colors and jonly weight 9g each. The handset will be released in Japan in April to 3,980 yen (30 €).

Panasonic RP-HJE600 Headphones

Panasonic RP-HJE600 In-Ear HeadphonesPanasonic is back with its latest in-ear headphones called the RP-HJE600. With 12.5mm drivers for sound, these headphones work on an area of frequency from 6 to 26,000 Hz and provide an impedance of 16 Ohms. These earphones also come with a 24K gold plate connector 3.5 mm and are available in a variety of colors including White, Black, Silver, Blue and Red.

Sager NP8690 Core i7QM Notebook PC photo

Sager NP8690 Core i7QM Notebook Following Asus, Dell and Toshiba, Sager NP8690 Notebook Launches 15.6-inch Notebook PC based on new Intel Core i7 Extreme Edition Mobile, the choice of Core i7-720QM, 820QM and 920XM Extreme Edition. He gets up to 8GB of DDR3 RAM, a 1GB NVIDIA GeForce GTX280M, a 2.5-inch hard drive and a slim optical drive, a DVD burner or combo blu-ray/dvd.

Sager NP8690 is 15.6-inch 1920 × 0180 or 1600 × 900 LCD display with backlit LED, a 7-in-1 card reader, fingerprint reader integrated card slot ExpressCard34/54 has 2 megapixel webcam, HDMI, eSATA and FireWire Port. The laptop is Bluetooth and Wi-Fi 802.11a/b/g/n.

The Sager NP8690 is running Windows XP / Vista. It will be delivered in October and is now available for pre-order from $ 1789.

Fujifilm FinePix F70EXR

Fujifilm FinePix F70EXR CameraThe Fujifilm Finepix F70EXR is the successor to the F60fd, Fujifilm EXR inheriting technology that was introduced earlier this year on the camera FinePix F200EXR. The F70EXR of 10 megapixel 1/2-inch Super CCD EXR sensor turns into three basic types of camera in one, which offers three selectable modes. A method of capturing the highest resolution possible, another lower noise, and the third, the best dynamic range, the camera can automatically choose the most adapted for the stage in progress if you're not sure at all.

Other notable features of the F70EXR Finepix include a wide-angle 10x optical zoom (27-270mm equivalent) with a CCD-shift dual image stabilization, 2.7 inch LCD screen, technology, Face Detection 3.0, Super Mode Intelligent Flash for flash-assisted macro shots, self-explanatory Portrait Enhancer, Focus Mode Pro and Pro new low-light modes that take advantage of multi F70EXR The chassis technology, and ISO settings up to ISO 12800. The F70EXR also offers creative exposure modes in the form of aperture priority and full manual, making it more attractive to the keen shutterbug.

With an introductory price competitive $ 279.95 / £ 229.99, if we find the Fujifilm Finepix F70EXR is the best compact for photographers.

Fujifilm FinePix Real 3D W1 camera

Fujifilm FinePix Real 3D W1The Fujifilm Finepix Real 3D W1 uses two lenses and two sensors 10 megapixels for a 3D stereo effect, taking simultaneously and layering together two 2D images into one 3D composite, both in 3D still images and video with stereo sound to offer.

Fujifilm FinePix Real 3D new system also includes an 8-inch 3D image viewer, called the FinePix Real 3D V1, and a 3D printing service (direct from Fujifilm). It is important to note that you can display 3D images in one of three ways - on the LCD screen of the 3D/2D camera, the viewer or as lenticular printing - otherwise, they appear as regular 2D images. The W1 Fujifilm can also be used as a regular 2D camera at any time, with the capture Dual shooting mode allowing you to simultaneously take two shots with different settings.

Costs around £ 430 / $ 600 for the camera W1 and £ 360 / $ 500 for the viewer V1, taking part in future 3D Fujifilm is certainly not cheap, so carry on reading to find out if it worth it.

SKY IM-U540L Sportiv Phone

SKY IM-U540L Sportiv PhoneSky has announced the launch of its new touch phone 'Sportiv (model: IM-U540L)' in Korea market through LG Telecom.

With its sporty design with a slim body and white colors on the other side of the phone, he Sportiv takes a number of buttons with a convex shape on the side of the phone. Above all, he supposedly universal three key dimensions of analog control, such as radio tuning, right on top, adjusting the brightness level of display or navigate the phone menu.

Boasting enhanced widgets, Sportiv the phone lets you download files without DRM protection MR3 usual, watch digital TV programs in standard T-DMB, and use built-in electronic dictionaries. Other features include an LCD screen 3-inch touchscreen, camera 3M Bluetooch, external memory, Google Maps and subway.

Coming in blue, white, red, black and white silver pink is available for around 600,000 (KRW).

Vivitek H9080FD LED Projector

Vivitek H9080FD Full HD LED Projector Vivitek has introduced a new Full HD projector LED lineup by announcing the H9080FD. Targeted at home theater enthusiasts and professional installers, this projector provides 1920 x 1080 full HD resolution, brightness of 800 ANSI lumens, contrast ratio 100,000:1 and up to 20,000 hours of lamp life. In terms of connectivity ports, it features two HDMI 1.3, S-video, VGA, RCA and BNC. The H9080FD Vivitek is now available for purchase for a retail price of $ 14999.

LG Pastel SU410 Clamshell phone pictures

LG Pastel SU410 Clamshell PhoneLG has announced a new phone in Korea - the LG SU410 Pastel, available now through SK Telecom for 400,000 won (around $ 338).

The SU410 is a stylish clamshell dressed in white and pink - colors that make a perfect Christmas gift.

The features of LG SU410 Pastel include: internal screen of 2.8 inch WQVGA, external LED display for notifications, DMB TV, a sort of recognition of movement, 2MP camera, 2GB of internal memory, support MicroSD card ( up to 16GB) and a 900 mAh battery.

LG SU410 Pastel is also available via NTT DoCoMo in Japan (like LG L-02B), where he is featured in the ads presented by the Japanese star Aoi Yu.

BenQ 27-inch M2700HD Full HD LCD Monitor pics

BenQ 27-inch M2700HD Full HD LCD Monitor BenQ used to be a company which is cheap, decent gear. Now they are cheap stuff and a little more substantial premium. I'm not sure what their first 27-incher will cost when it hits this month, but it could be cheap. And no matter what, the model should be competitively priced.

The M2700HD is a 27-inch, 16x9 monitoring devices to 1080p. No contract right ratio is listed, but the dynamic contrast ratio is 50,000:1, for whatever that's worth. However, with two HDMI inputs and 10W of virtual surround, the M2700HD is ready to fill the niche PC or TV without too much difficulty. And as I said like five times now, it might be kinda cheap.

Google Nexus Smartphone pics

Google Nexus SmartphoneSlowly but surely, the attention seems to be completely focused on the pair of manufacturers: Apple and Google. Apple, a newcomer, but immediately impressed with their iPhone, and Google will finally take the rumors ended with the introduction of the first true Google phone. The Nexus One, that we all should be included in the first quarter of 2010. Rumors have been around for a while, but the pieces of the puzzle do not fit enough to make a complete picture. Continuous innovation, with which Google is thinking ahead with the already popular Android, Google OS, it seems that Google Nexus One will soon be a reality.


LG XG1 Chic USB External HDD Besides its appearance in our XG1 Chic is nothing other than your external USB hard drive on average. Available in 1, 1.5 or 2 TB, and in black or white, the goal Chic XG1 the average consumer in Korea looking for something else.

Friday, December 25, 2009

Sony Ericsson W395- cell phone

Different high tech mobile phones are introduced by Sony Ericsson lately targeting the high strata of the society. All models of this brand come with exclusive designs as well as advanced technology. From clamshells to sliders to candy bar handsets, are really worthwhile extravaganza of this innovative brand. So many series of handsets like K-series, W-series etc., are available in the worldwide market.

Sony Ericsson W395 Mobile Phone

The young appealing model namely the Sony Ericsson W395 is blessed with numbers of user friendly features. It has 2 inches TFT display that delivers the resolution of 176 x 220 pixels and supports 265 colours. This phone is completely a slider phone and has an amazing design. Capturing of image is a simple task for the 2 mega pixel camera of this gadget. You can collect several good quality pics of your beautiful moments. To facilitate you in capturing distant images, the camera menu is supported by 2.5 x digital zoom. By zooming, you can come more close to the image subject while finally capturing it.Travelling alone can be treated as a big boredom. In that case, the built-in music player will help you a lot to lessen your boredom. While listening to the collection of favourite music tracks, one will not feel lonely in the whole journey. The Sony Ericsson W395 also allows the users to enjoy features like Walkman, Album Art Display, Stereo speakers, MP3, AAC tones and FM Radio. Java gaming facility is also available with this phone. Apart from java and motion games one can download one’s more favourite games with this phone.

Monday, December 21, 2009

Nokia 6600 slide.

In a time when the world seems to be overwhelmed by the size and design in all aspects of our lives, moving from very small to very "glossy", Nokia brings a phone that includes a perfect balance between a discreet look and useful features under the name of Nokia 6600 slide.

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Nokia 6600 slide's package box contains a decent and complete content. The phone comes with a Nokia battery BL-4U, which is a very light and thin battery at 1000 mAh and 3.7 V, sufficient to give life to the new Nokia model. We continue with the memory card MU-28 which is a microSD card with a capacity of 512 MB, perfect for storing music, software and your data. Last, the Nokia Connectivity Cable CA-101 is actually a high-speed microUSB cable (USB 2.0) for bidirectional data transfer with the personal computer and at the same time, an alternative charger.

Being as easy as a feather is a huge advantage in the mobile industry, but Nokia 6600 slide does not come under this category, but rather in the average category because it weights 110 grams.


The case is made of bright steel and has carefully designed lines so it fits perfectly in your hand, making it at the same time very easy to handle. The first part, represented by the 2.2 inch display, 2 buttons with double functions each and one aluminum multifunctional center button, cover perfectly the bottom where the phone keypad is located.

On the top right corner, we find the secondary camera used during video calls. The primary camera impressed me with the generous number of megapixels, replacing a decent digital camera. If you like to modify pictures generally, the phone has a limited number of special effects available that may be applied after or while you are taking the picture. The camera can make films at a VGA resolution and only with 15 fps. The other camera functions has autofocus, macro, flash, digital zoom and video calls.


The first part of the phone is almost entirely occupied by the TFT screen with over 16 million colors, a diagonal of 2.2 inches and a resolution of 240 x 320 pixels. Under the TFT screen is the first keyboard with 3 buttons, 2 of them with dual functions such as taking calls, refusing calls, access the functions shown on the screen to the right of each key and the third button that makes it possible to navigate both vertically and horizontally. The keyboard is "hidden" under the first part of the phone occupying no more than 30% of the phone's length, with well defined and spaced keys. The charger slot is on the right side. On the top side, we have the microUSB port and the headset port, both covered with plastic lids. The hand strap support is located on the upper right corner.

On the phone's backside, we find a 3.2 megapixel primary camera with flash. Unfortunately, at least for me, the phone is only available in one color: black gloss.


Unfortunately, Nokia 6600 slide is not a smartphone and does not benefit from an operating system such as Symbian or Windows Mobile. The phone comes with graphical interface Series 40 edition 5, which includes Java Platform Micro Edition (Java ME) for services and applications richer in content.

Nokia 6600 slide's accelerometer is used to determine where an object hits the phone. This function is used to stop the phone from ringing using a tap on the screen or to reject certain calls. The great disadvantage of the Series 40 interface, is that this interface has no multitasking as other phones have, so the phone cannot run 2 or more applications simultaneously. For example, you cannot listen to music while at the same time you add contacts to your phone. This thing is disappointing, because phones with more limited features than the Nokia 6600 slide have multitasking mode.


Another minus is the small memory available, only 18 MB of internal memory, but the phone supports microSD cards so you can add up to 4GB of external memory.

After you select a picture, in the phone's gallery, you have more options available. You can view the picture in several ways, including normal mode or Full Screen mode. Thanks to the picture editor, included in Nokia 6600 slide, we can edit photos directly on the phone. Thanks to the generous 3.2 megapixels camera, the photos have a very good quality. Images can have a resolution up to 2048 x 1536 pixels and you can adjust some options before making a picture, such as white balance, three quality modes starting from basic to high and various special effects.

The audio player from a phone is the direct rival of an MP3 player, or even of an iPod. The graphical interface is well defined and designed to be productive. The audio files can be sort by artist, album or genre. The audio formats supported by the audio player are AAC, AAC +, eAAC +, MP3, MP4, WMA, AMR-NB, Mobile XMF, SF-MIDI, MIDI Tones (64-tons only) and True tones. It has five themes available for the player. Besides the default theme, we have Blue Moon, Asteroids, Dot Matrix, Sound Waves and Black. Like any player, it has an equalizer that contains 5 predefined modes or you can create 2 new presets.


The video player supports videos in 3GP and MP4 format, and the movies can be played in full screen mode. The video player has fast forward and rewind. All the themes used with the music player are compatible with the video player. Because most of the movies come in an AVI format, you can use Nokia Video Manager program to convert movies. The same camera can make videos with 15 fps and with a VGA resolution.

Nokia 6600 slide has a new way to communicate via USB, called USB On-The-Go (USB OTG). The difference between the normal USB and USB OTG is that in the first case, the phone is considered a peripheral and the computer is considered a host. In USB OTG's case, Nokia 6600 acts as a host that has more peripherals. The possible peripherals are USB devices or flash memory card readers.

The internet connection can be done using GPRS, EDGE or 3G technology. Because of the Series 40 interface, finding a certain applications is easier. Many websites offer free Java applications that are compatible with this interface. However, Nokia 6600 slide does not come empty, and it has a good number of preinstalled applications, besides the classic Calendar. Yahoo! is present in this phone through a search type engine like Google. There are 5 preinstalled games, from the classic Snake to complex games and 3D Soccer. Other possible applications: Widgets, Mobile Search, Yahoo Go!, Windows Live, Download!, Calculator, Converter, World Clock, My Nokia and Presenter.

Nokia 6600 slide is a phone that has the perfect balance between the discreet look and useful features. It addresses to the most users, it is easy to handle and complete in terms of multimedia features.

Nokia E71 looks much better

The E series from Nokia has been always dedicated to business people. E71 is a successor of E61, borrowing quite a lot from it. However, Nokia E71 looks much better and is slightly thinner. Now it is much easier to keep it in your pocket, and it is more beautiful and more powerful. It is a smartphone for business people and it is very much appreciated. We will see that in this Nokia E71 review.

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Nokia E71 measures 114 mm in length, 57 mm in width and it is only 10 mm thick. It weights 127 grams, like most smartphones do. Because the phone is very small, its weight gives you the impression that the phone is very compact and solid.

E71 has a stainless steel and plastic case. The metal makes it look very good and gives the feeling of a solid phone. It is available in two colors, black and white.


On the top side of the phone, we have the ambient light sensor, and on its right, we have the video calls camera. A half of the phone's front side, is occupied by the 2.36 inch screen, followed by the navigation keys and a full QWERTY keyboard. Very well located and useful are the shortcut buttons because, with a push you make your way to the contacts, calendar and the email menus. The microphone is on the front side too. It has an unusual location, because usually it is near the Charger plug. On the left side, we have the microSD card slot and the microUSB port. The two slots are covered with plastic lids to prevent dirt and dust. I am surprised to see that the phone still has infrared port, because only few phones still have it. On the right side, we have the 3.5 mm jack for the audio headphones found in the package box and, slightly below, we find the volume control keys. Among them, we find the voice command button. On the bottom side, we find the charger plug and the hand strap slot.

The backside looks very good. It is made from high quality stainless steel. It looks perfect until the fingerprints make their appearance. Above the battery cover, the phone has a 3.2 megapixel camera and a flash with LED technology. In addition, we have a mini-mirror, which helps you do your portrait pictures easier.


Nokia E71 works with Symbian S60 technology. This platform gives us stability. To demonstrate that it is a business phone, it has quick access keys that help you browse very quickly through the menus and access some applications with a single button. One of these keys is Home, which takes you back into the background, no matter the menu in which you are. Although simple, this function is very useful when you have many applications running and you quickly want to pass them in the background. As I said before, in this category of direct access keys we include the email, the calendar and the timetable.

Nokia E71 has a 2.36-inch QVGA screen, which offers 16 million colors and a resolution of 320 x 240 pixels. The screen is slightly smaller than E61's screen, but the phone looks much more compact. The image offered by the screen has a good quality, even under bright sunlight, and you can easily read the information displayed. The screen has an excellent contrast and vivid colors.


Although E71 is a business phone, the multimedia functions are very good. The music player is the standard player used by Symbian and I think it is good enough. It can sort tracks by artist, album, genre and composer. After you add music using the USB cable, the Bluetooth or the memory card, the player automatically scans new files and adds them to your album. The player comes with five equalizer presets, but you can modify them afterwards. Nokia E71 has Bluetooth and A2DP support, meaning you can listen to stereo music on wireless headphones.

The sound quality is good. We used both the standard headphones, and some other pairs and I was happy about the sound quality. It is still a phone, so it cannot be compared to a powerful player, but if you occasionally listen to music then the audio player is very good. The sound is clear, but the volume is not that good, so if you are in a noisy area you will not be able to concentrate on the music.


The camera has 3.2-megapixels and a LED flash. The lenses are not protected by plastic. As time passes, it is possible that the lens will scratch and the pictures will come out worse. The second problem is that we do not have a dedicated camera button. These two issues clearly show that Nokia has thought from the beginning that we will take photos with E71 only occasionally. The picture quality is average. The colors are not too real. The video recording does not manage to impress. With only 15 fps, you cannot make a decent video. The video player is the well-known Real Player. How the phone's screen is already horizontally, the player works only in landscape mode.

The FM radio is good if you get bored of your own music and want to listen to something new. It can automatically scan and save channels in your area. If you access the Internet, the Visual Radio application can download all the local stations and save them in your phone. This is a old version and it does not have RDS. I was not bothered by that.

Nokia E71 is very rich in the connectivity chapter. It even has infrared technology and it can be useful if you want to transfer something to an older phone that does not have Bluetooth. Of course, the Bluetooth is not missing.

For the Internet, we have WiFi and HSDPA. Therefore, you will have better transfer speeds in your operator network, and in hotspot areas. It is a pleasure to surf on the Internet with Nokia E71's web browser. The fact that the screen is already placed horizontally makes the pages fit better and it does not need so much horizontal scrolling. The pages load quickly and are rendered well. As you already know, the Symbian browser is very good, so I did not felt the need to install anything, although there are alternatives like Opera Mobile for example.


Because it is a business phone, I was mainly interested in what applications the phone has for time management. Nokia E71 comes with one of the best organizers any phone has released so far. It is easy to use and highly functional. Dates can be displayed in four ways (in days, weeks, months and to-do lists). You can add more types of events such as meetings, memos, birthdays, etc.

The Office applications are not missing. All Nokia Symbian phones come with QuickOffice, which lets you view Word, Excel or Powerpoint files. Nokia has a better version of QuickOffice on E71, and you have the possibility to modify the documents. This version must be paid on other Symbian phones. E71 can read PDFs too, and it even has a ZIP extractor application.

Nokia E71 has a built-in GPS. With the big horizontal screen, it might be very good to use it for navigation and you will not need to spend money on a dedicated GPS. For navigation, E71 comes with Nokia Maps. The maps are good, but if you want to have voice commands, you will have to pay for each country.

From this Nokia E71 review we found out that it is one of the best equipped Nokia smartphones. No wonder it became so popular. It moves well, it looks good, it has a more than reasonable size and it offers an excellent connectivity.

Nokia 6600 fold

Nokia has found a profitable segment of customers and exploit it fully. It's about customers with money, who appreciate design more than functions. They realized this since 8800, but they are so sophisticated now that they have more expensive and weak product lines to satisfy all tastes. Whether we talk about the 8800 Sirocco or Arts, the attributes are high cost, distinguished design, but very modest functions.

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Here is a new Nokia phone has arrived in stores, with the hope of convincing women that they really need it. This is about 6600 fold. Nokia is relatively new on the clamshell phone market, but after a few fails (phones too square), they managed to do beautiful things. And when we talk about beauty, 6600 fold deserves all the praises because it looks really good.


The accessories that come with the phone are the usual ones: a charger, a microUSB cable, manuals, software CD, handsfree with remote control on the line. The only thing we do not find in most phones is the cover. This cover is another proof that women are the target for 6600 fold.

The phone is extremely compact. I could not believe it is so thin. With just 15.9 mm, is thinner than most candybar phones. Weighing about 110 grams it seems slightly large for a phone of this type, but that is because it has many metal parts. The 110 grams are not at all excessive, the phone makes you a first impression of compact phone that is pleasant to hold it in your hand. It fits in any pocket, without problems.

6600 fold is made out of quality materials. I already said it looks solid, I will mention it is shiny. That makes it look good, but attracts fingerprints. The phone is available in two colors, black and purple. The problem with fingerprints is more evident for the black version.


Most clamshell phones stay closed with the help of some little springs that hold them in this position. 6600 fold has a different but interesting approach. The phone stays closed because of small magnets, which are located inside, above the screen and the keyboard. The magnets are colored and well masked. Moreover, the opening is made by pressing a button on the right side. When I saw this, I remembered the Ericsson T28.

On the sides, it has only one button and two connectors. On the right is the button that opens the flap and the plug charger. On the left we find the microUSB port. On the backside, we have the camera with a dual LED flash.

The graphic interface of 6600 fold is Nokia's S40 5th Edition. It is the operating system that Nokia installs on all its phones that are not smartphones. The menus are easy to use after you familiarize with them, even if they sometimes are not the intuitive.


The keys are well made, even if they are quite small. Between two adjacent keys is a small ditch that will help you push the right button and even write messages without looking at the screen.

The main screen has the OLED technology, 2.13 inch and 240 x 320 pixels. Compared with a TFT screen, the colors are more vivid and the pictures are sharper. The problem is that in strong sunlight is very difficult to use it because the screen becomes difficult to read. The external screen has 1.36 inch and 128 x 160 pixels resolution. It is also based on OLED technology.

The music player of 6600 fold is the standard one from all Nokia S40 phones, but you do not need more. It knows how to organize your songs by artist, album and musical genre, it has equalizer and even album art. The sound quality is quite good, I did not expect to be too excited about a phone that is not considered a "music phone". Furthermore, we also have an FM radio with RDS. The list of pleasant surprises continues, because although the phone has a 3.5 mm audio jack on it, the remote for the headphones also has an audio jack, so you can connect your headphones using this adapter.


The video player is also the standard one, it is not very impressive, but it does its job well. It supports 3GP and MP4 files. If you want to watch movies from your PC, you must first convert them into one of these formats.

The camera is poor. Already, 3 to 5 megapixel cameras are considered standard and most manufacturers offer 8 megapixels; not to mention the xenon flashes and other wonders of technology. Well, Nokia 6600 fold has only a 2 megapixel camera. Not having autofocus, you can not take close pictures, it will come out blurry. Therefore, it remains useful only for poor picture, best to send via MMS. The camera knows how to take pictures at a 640 x 480 resolution, but only 15 fps.

Nokia 6600 fold supports GPRS / EDGE / 3G, so you can quickly navigate on the Web from your phone. There is no HSDPA or WiFi.

The browser of the phone is reasonable. It is comparable to the Nokia Symbian phones, but I saw many worse browsers. Nokia does not have a very good impression of their browser so they installed Opera Mini. A decision worthy of all praises, because Opera Mini is rendering pages faster and more accurately than the standard browser. However, I do not think that anyone could sit all day on the Internet from 6600 fold, the screen is not very big so, it is not that comfortable. The email client knows POP3 / IMAP and SMTP. It sends and receives emails as text messages. Nokia 6600 fold has Bluetooth and miniUSB, but it has no infrared port.


From all of the interesting applications that come installed, I noticed Nokia Maps. So far, Nokia put Maps only on Symbian phones. They did a version for S40. And they did well because it is a good application. Unfortunately, Nokia 6600 fold does not have GPS, so I was limited to just look over the map; we made simulations for different routes and that is about all. The good thing is that you can buy a separate GPS receiver, which communicates via Bluetooth with your phone. In this case, Nokia Maps can be used for navigation.

Nokia 6600 fold comes with several games installed. Besides the preinstalled applications and games, you can install many other Java programs.

It was always easy for me to put a label on a phone so targeted as Nokia 6600 fold. So if you like the design, buy it. You can talk and send messages. Do not purchase it to surf on the Internet or to modify Excel files. The phone does not know how to do things that are too complicated. Nevertheless, that does not make it less beautiful.

Nokia E61 MOBILE

The image of a business phone has been associated, from the beginning, with Nokia Communicator series, some mini laptops if you want. These models had a huge success among those who need access to e-mail, Internet and mobile office functions during trips.

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Many years ago, RIM Blackberry has become the preferred business phone, due to its small sizes, the QWERTY keyboard and the push-email function, which allowed the delivery of emails to your phone within seconds, after receiving the messages on the email server.

From the appearance of the first Blackberry, many phones, that had several attempts to imitate the success of RIM, appeared, but only few of them manage to win significant market share. Now I look at the Nokia competitor, eager to regain the lost crown. The model is called Nokia E61i, and is the successor of the E61 model, towards which brings some improvements, some minor, others major, which justify launching a new model.


The comparison of the two models (E61 and E61i), reveals the narrow profile of E61i comparable to a wallet without any money in it. E61i has a smaller amount of internal memory compared to the E61: 60 MB compared to 75 MB. It lacks the FM radio, but it has a 2 megapixel camera without autofocus and flash.

At a first look, you will be impressed by the thickness of Nokia E61i, which, with its 11.5 mm, enters on the territory of Samsung. Once taken in hand, things change; it weights 150 grams, falling in the PDA Phone category it.


The metal caps, that cover the back and the front of the phone, contribute to the mainly increased weight. However, they give you a feeling of strength and resistance to prolonged use. The camera is placed on the back of the phone and is framed by a metal ring. The lens is not protected, so beware of how you keep the phone in your pocket. On the phone's side, on the left, we find the volume control buttons and a button used for initialization of a new audio record.

Placing the screen of the phone horizontal, allows to view the information easily, especially Web pages. Unfortunately, the large screen size could have had a high resolution, at least 416 x 351 pixels, like on Nokia E60 and E70 models. The screen behave decently in direct light, but there is room for improvement.


A real Communicator must have a very good keyboard and Nokia E61i no exception to the rule. The good, hard keys prove excellent at writing email and SMS messages, where E61i excels. The keyboard automatically illuminates when the sensor records that there is not enough light. The illumination is done uniform, being among the best phones that I have had in my hands. The battery, which has an impressive capacity of 1500 mAh, is one of the strengths of the phone.

Nokia E61i is powered by the Symbian 9.1 Series 60 UI operating system, so we have installed a derivative of the Mozilla web browser, QuickOffice suite, Flash player, audio, video and PDF files viewer. A notable absence is Mail for Exchange program, but it can be downloaded for free.

E61i's processor, a Texas Instruments OMAP, behave decently most of the time, but not well enough for those who were used to PDAs powered by Intel PXA270 processors, which allow viewing of uncompressed DivX movies.

Phone - PC synchronization is made with Nokia PCSuite that is a program very easy to use, improved with each new version. For the connection, you may use a USB cable or Bluetooth.


Initiating conversations, sending SMS messages, call record, all phone functions are identical to those on Nokia models powered by Symbian 9.1 S60. As a personal observation, a Symbian smartphone is closer to a mobile phone, while a PDA phone powered by Windows Mobile is closer to a PC than to a phone.

Any Communicator should excel here, at the connectivity chapter. Nokia E61i is no exception: we have Bluetooth 1.2, Wi-Fi 802.11b / g, HSCSD, EDGE, 3G and IrDA. All work as you expect, that means without problems. A great plus to the wireless connection wizard: you can scan available networks, select desired network, enter password if necessary and that is it, you are online.

Although it is a business smartphone, E61i is equipped with a decent media player, but it does not have advanced functions. The camera takes pictures ok, but do not expect the picture quality of Nokia N95.

The supplied headset is mono and it cannot offer a good audition, compared with N series or Walkman series phones from Sony Ericsson.

It is distinguished by:
• Large screen
• QWERTY keyboard
• battery life
• connection possibilities
• solid construction
• very thin

Disappoints by:
• large width compared to a typical phone
• weight
• slow processor (sometimes)
• mono headset

Sony Ericsson W910i CELL PHONE

I do not know what happened to the designers at Sony Ericsson, but it is as if all their phones look the same lately. Sony Ericsson W910i is no exception in this case, but promises to impress with a rich functionality. It wins by its small size and its excellent Walkman functions.

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Because of the design, that I consider conservative, Sony Ericsson has made a fan base which remains loyal to the brand because of the mobile performances. Let us see how good Sony Ericsson W910i is and if it is right for you.

W910i comes in a medium sized package box. It has all the accessories you need: the charger, the HandsFree, the USB cable, the Memory Stick Micro M2 memory card, the card reader, manuals and the software CD. The card reader is very useful because it allows you to quickly copy files from your PC to USB card and to use them on your phone. It is ideal for music, because it is faster than Bluetooth and easier to use than a USB cable.


The phone is made from quality materials and it is solid, even if it is a slide model. Being thin and relatively easy, I could slip it smoothly into any pocket. The screen is large, it has 2.4 inches, and occupies almost the entire surface of the phone. The number keys are available only after opening the slide. Most functions can be used without opening the slide, with the help of the keys that are below the display.

Near the speaker, there are two buttons that are used only to view images. One of them opens the album and the other selects larger image. I would have liked to have other uses, depending on the application open.


On the sides, the phone has the volume control buttons, the card slot, the camera button and the Fast Port. The Fast Port is a proper format for PC, handsfree and other accessories connections. I am for standardization, so I would have preferred a miniUSB or microUSB port. If I do not have a cable around, there are high chances to find one at my friend or to buy one at a lower price, but a specific producer cable is harder to find and more expensive. On its backside, a 2 megapixels camera without flash was added.

The screen has 2.4 inches and a resolution of 240 x 320, and it does its job well. The images are clear, and the text can be read very well. Even in bright light, the screen remains visible.


Sony Ericsson W910i is a walkman phone, so listening to music is a pleasure. The audio player is one of the best players. We used the MegaBass equalizer and we were very happy about it. The coolest function is the Shake Control. You can control the player with hand motions. Therefore, you can skip songs or activate random playback.

Another unique function is SenseMe. SenseMe automatically adds a tag that reflects the mood and the tempo of the songs when you copy it to your phone. Using the audio player, you can choose to listen to songs that are tagged with the tempo and the mood you want. If you want to add tempo and mood tags, it is necessarily to transfer your songs using the software phone. From this, I concluded that the PC software analyzes and adds these tags, not the player of the phone.

The video player is also very good. It has all the controls you need. The phone has an auto-rotate function, which does its job well. I was happy with the image gallery too. Sony Ericsson W910i has an FM radio with RDS.


The camera has only 2 megapixels, no flash and no autofocus. This means that the picture quality is average. If you try to take a picture at a close range, it will not come out clear. The pictures are good enough to see them on your phone screen or send them via MMS, but if you copy them on your computer or if you put them on a photographic paper you will not be happy. The camera can record videos at a resolution of 320 x 240 with 15 fps.

It has everything you need except for a WiFi connection. It has GPRS, EDGE, 3G and HSDPA. That means you can quickly navigate on the Internet. The Bluetooth supports A2DP, which means you can connect your Bluetooth stereo headphones to listen to music. It does not have an infrared port.

The browser made by Sony Ericsson is NetFront and it is reasonable. I like the browser on the Symbian Nokia phones better because they render pages faster. You have the option to install Opera Mini, but I never had to do it.

The email client of the phone is even better than I expected. It supports POP3, IMAP and SMTP and can do a lot of configurations. It has a separate inbox for SMS / MMS. The attachments can be saved in the memory of the phone and if the file type is known by the phone it can also be opened.


Sony Ericsson phones have always had reasonable organizer functions, although they are not smartphones. The calendar can add any events and they can be synchronized with Microsoft Outlook. You can even add to-do. I liked at Sony Ericsson that I could add a to-do as a call type. When the alarm of the reminder rings, you just have to click a button and the call is made.

Do not dare to think that Sony Ericsson W910i is suitable for mobile office. This privilege remains to BlackBerry, Symbian and Windows Mobile phones. Therefore, there is no support for Word, Excel, PowerPoint or Excel. I guess someone could have made a Java application for this thing. W910i comes with three games pre-installed, but you can install yourself many Java games.

Sony Ericsson W910i is a phone suited for those who listen to music on headphones a lot. You can copy many songs on the memory card and it has a good audio player. Users searching for a smartphone should look elsewhere.

Blackberry Strom PHONE PICTURES

After it gave us the opportunity to review the first clamshell smartphone produced by RIM (Research in Motion) - BlackBerry Pearl Flip 8220, Pure Mobile has given us the opportunity to test the first BlackBerry touchscreen smartphone, the Blackberry Storm 9500. From the terminal building, but from the list of specifications too, we realized that the Blackberry Storm 9500 has been designed to compete directly with phones like iPhone 3G and HTC G1. Whether it succeeds or not to raise itself to the value of its competitors, we will find from the following material. Even if the Storm 9500 is sold under the Vodafone brand, it can be found in a decoded version too, so that it can be used with other mobile operators.
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The address book can store an unlimited number of contacts, as long as your available memory allows it. Each contact can be supplemented with more numbers, as well as with email addresses, birthdays, anniversaries, and addresses both office and home.

You can play two games when you get bored. Those games are BrickBreaker Word and Mole. Of course, there is the possibility to add more programs Blackberry or Java compatible.

One of this smartphone’s main disadvantages is the fact that it does not have a Wi-Fi connection. However, this is compensated by the fact that it includes the latest HSDPA technology.


The Blackberry Storm 9500 that we received has engraved on it the Vodafone brand and includes Opera Mini browser that works great. Web browsing is excellent, and pages load fast enough, especially when using HSDPA connection.

The browser has several settings that allow you to choose to see the page in mobile mode, or simply as a computer screen. However, the main reason people are determined to buy RIM phones is the advanced messaging services. Blackberry Storm 9500 is no stranger to this, and it includes all the Blackberry specific features. The phone even includes the possibility to have multiple email accounts. You can use any of the following instant messenger applications: Yahoo! Messenger, Windows Live, AIM, ICQ or Google Talk. All are easy to access and operate in standard parameters. Unfortunately, even if the number of accounts is not limited, these are available only through the BlackBerry Internet Service. Therefore, in order to integrate the BlackBerry system within a company, it is necessary to install the BlackBerry Enterprise Server (BES).

The Smartphone Synchronization with the PC can be done easily using the BlackBerry Desktop Manager. The transfer is very fast, whether you synchronize your messages and e-mails or simply want to fill your phone with music.


Blackberry Storm 9500 smartphone is compatible with quad band GSM (850 / 900 / 1800 / 1900), which provides GPRS, EDGE and HSDPA connections. Other tools include Bluetooth 2.0 connectivity with A2DP and microUSB support (including charging). The sound during calls is excellent, almost impressive. You will be able to talk on the phone, even in noisy environments. The GSM received signal is also very good in both cases: EDGE or WCDMA.

Blackberry Storm 9500 includes a Qualcomm processor, which works with speeds up to 624MHz. This seems to be a powerful processor, unfortunately I experienced lags even blockings of the operating system, but occasionally and only occasionally. I am not very sure why this is happening, but I am sure that such problems are from the software and not from the hardware.

The Smartphone includes 1GB of internal memory and 128 MB of flash memory storage. The storage space can be expanded up to 16GB via the microSD slot. The sales package contains an 8GB microSD card.

Because it is a phone dedicated to the business area, I did not have too high expectations from the Storm 9500. However, I was surprised by the quality of the multimedia features, even if present in limited numbers. The music player interface is very appealing, and the options and features you can use are the following: Shuffle, Repeat, Playlists and Equalizer. You can listen to songs stored in MP3, AAC and WMA formats. The music player is compatible with the function, which displays the album cover of the song you are listening.


The phone offers a pair of headphones compatible with the 3.5 mm audio jack, but I recommend changing them with a better pair. You also have the choice to listen to music via Bluetooth. The music player can run in the background, however, be careful how many applications you use at the same time. The external speaker is very strong and clear enough.

Overall, the characteristics of the multimedia are surprisingly good for a business phone, and especially for a Blackberry device.

The 1400 mAh Li-Ion battery has autonomy of 360 hours in standby mode, and about 5 hours and 30 minutes of talk time. From the tests we made the average time of use is for about 4 days. The users, which use the calling function very often, will need to charge the phone for about two to three times a week. However, the autonomy of the smartphone is acceptable for a person that mostly uses the Blackberry messaging services.


At first sight, Blackberry Storm 9500 is very attractive. Moreover, it will become even more attractive as you start to use it. However, there are some imperfections of the operating system. Some bugs make the device not to raise itself to the quality level expected. Being the first of a series of other touch-screen smartphones from BlackBerry, it might prove itself as fatal for many devices made by other brands, but Storm 9500 makes a good overall impression, even if it has some drawbacks.


One of the first smartphones including the latest Microsoft operating system for mobile devices, Windows Mobile 6.5 - HTC Touch2 is a Pocket PC for average budgets. The phone’s appearance was preceded by numerous rumors since the beginning, when information about the entire line of HTC for 2009 were disclosed on the Internet.

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With the code name HTC Mega, the smartphone was officially launched this autumn, under the official name of HTC Touch2. Touch2 has a beautiful design, having the same lines as his older predecessor, HTC Touch. The test equipment that we received included an earlier version of the new Windows Mobile 6.5 operating system, so I will try to focus more on its new features, and less on their functionality.

Announced in September 2009, HTC Touch2 is available on the market from October 2009. HTC Touch2 is available in three colors: black, brown and silver.


At a first look, HTC Touch2 is small and quite thin, just the kind of phone that fits in any pocket. The compact form also makes it resistant to easy falls, but I do not think it is an extremely durable device, because it is a phone for average budgets. The front of the whole phone is covered by a 2.8-inch touch screen, while the back of the phone includes only a 3 megapixel camera. Below the screen, there is a set of keys to improve the user interaction with the interface of the phone. Starting from left to right those are Accept calls, Home, Menu and Back, Reject calls. On the bottom of the screen, between the screen and the keys mentioned above, there is a graduated scale, which is used to make the zoom in / out when you open the interface of the camera.


HTC Touch2 has a resistive touch screen, so you will need a stylus, which was placed in the right corner, on the bottom of the smartphone's. There is also a miniUSB port near the stylus slot and a 3.5 mm audio jack port on the top of the phone. The left side of the device includes a microSD slot and a long volume key. The camera on the back of the phone does not include other options like flash, but it appears to be well protected with a metal plate surrounding the module. There is also a small speaker near the metal plate that protects the camera module of the smartphone. The dimensions are 104 x 55 x 12.9 mm, while the phone's weight including the battery is 110g. The plastic used in its manufacture does not seem cheap at all. However, the smartphone is surrounded by a strip of silver plastic, which will certainly peel after an intensive use. Certainly, this will make the phone look pretty ugly. However, HTC Touch2 benefits from a simple, yet elegant design, which will almost certainly attract most customers.


HTC Touch2 benefits from a TFT resistive touch screen of 2.8-inch that supports 65,000 colors and a resolution of 240x320 pixels. Being a resistive screen has some disadvantages such as low sensitivity to touch, lower functionality of finger control, low visibility under strong sunlight, and lack of the multi-touch function. However, this type of screen lowers the price of the phone, making it cheaper. Yet that deprives him of several more functions. HTC Touch2 does not have the accelerometer function, so users will not be able to rotate the image of the phone in landscape or portrait modes. In addition, the quality of the displayed image is a bit mediocre, since the contrast is not so good and the colors are a bit dull.

The 3 megapixel camera is easy to use, because it does not benefit from advanced features. Basically, you will need to direct the module towards the subject and just press on the button. Even if there is not a dedicated button for the camera, you can use the touch button that appears on the screen. You can zoom in / out passing your fingers on the graduated scale from the bottom of the screen.

The interface of the camera is simple and easy to use. The maximum resolution that you can use for images is 2048x1536 pixels. Video clips can be recorded in CIF mode at a maximum resolution of 352x288 pixels. Unfortunately, there are no features like autofocus, flash or others, even standard, but only the basic settings, such as White Balance, ISO, Brightness and Effects. The obtained images are decent, but do not expect more than average quality.


HTC Touch2 is running the new Microsoft Windows Mobile 6.5 Professional operating system, and the second version of the HTC TouchFLO interface. The HTC TouchFLO interface was stripped of any transition animation effects for the messages menu, email, gallery, music, weather, and more. The test terminal that we received has an older version of the operating system - build 21839, version that has been improved.

Even if the HTC TouchFLO 2.0 interface allows navigation through the menus by the "swipe" method, the lack of the accelerometer function limits its functionality. Thus, you will be able to navigate using "swipe" more as you scroll, and less when you move from one menu to another. However, this model introduces a new way to navigate through menus. The small icons from the bottom of the Homescreen will help you reach your desired application or function very quickly. Hold your finger down on any of these icons and then move your finger left or right until you reach the window you are looking for.

The main menu of Windows Mobile 6.5 does not impress me much, but at least the boring white background from the earlier version of the operating system was removed. Instead, the icons of the settings, functions and applications contained in the operating system are now presented in three columns, spaced winding. Strange at first, but I found no real advantage or disadvantage. Of course, there is an aesthetic side, but as tastes differ, you may enjoy this new settlement of the icons in the main menu or you may not.


The navigation is easy with no need for a stylus, using only finger swiping to the right or to the left of the screen, just as I described above. The Start menu no longer contains the frequently used programs list, but it will send you to the main menu of the smartphone. To facilitate the method of writing and to help those who use different methods for entering data, HTC has introduced three types of keyboards: telephone type keyboard, compact QWERTY keyboard and full QWERTY keyboard. For the business people, HTC has included Office Mobile package, which now includes also the OneNote Mobile application, in addition to the usual Excel, PowerPoint and Word.

The Notes application can not be accessed when talking on the phone, unless you click on the Menu button on the screen and you choose Create new note. The touch screen offers a number of interesting features like zoom (zoom in / out) when browsing the Internet or when viewing pictures. This is done by double-clicking on the screen. The Internet Explorer browser was equipped with Adobe Flash Lite 9.0, but we had some problems with some websites. I think the new version of firmware corrects the errors that I experienced while browsing.

The remaining included applications are standard for a Windows Mobile device, with a few exceptions. Touch2 includes standard productivity tools: Notes, Tasks and Calendar, Mobile Office suite with Word, Excel and PowerPoint, Adobe Reader (version 2.5) to view PDF documents, Voice Recorder, and the same boring games, Bubble Breaker and Solitaire.

Nokia N97 32GB PHONE

Nokia N97 32GB is neither thin nor easy, primarily because of the QWERTY slide keyboard, being a phone that sits better in a hand of a man. The slide is firm, its opening being a bit tricky at first. At least it got me a little, until I figured out how and where to click to open it. When the keyboard is opened, the phone looks like a laptop, a micro one of course.

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The front is dominated by the touch screen, which, to be honest, could have been even bigger. At the top end of the phone, we find the speaker, the camera and the photo sensor, and on the bottom end, we have three buttons, one for accessing the menu, placed obliquely, and the touch sensitive buttons, which accept or reject calls.

The 3.5 inch screen is big enough for almost an optimal viewing, in mobile conditions, of websites and various office-type documents. It is quite bright even in daylight and has an excellent viewing angle. It responds very well to tapping, even at the multi-touch tapping, so I cannot say that I encountered problems while using it. I like a lot the fact that it has an accelerometer, which repositions the image depending on the phone’s position. it is realized quickly and without errors.


Should I say something about the pure telephony? It became kind of a secondary application for the smartphone of today. It remains the most effective way of communication. It worked perfectly, without losing the signal and the conversations I have had were decent. When writing telephone numbers, the virtual numeric keypad worked great. It has large enough buttons, so you cannot accidentally click on another number then the one desired. A little harder, I adapted to the address book search. It is quite hard, and is one of those minor drawbacks.

Another element, which has not left me careless, is the battery autonomy. The Li-Ion BP-4L battery provided us about 3 days of use. I want to say that after using it, every time I blocked the screen to save energy.

The phone has available the GPS and the A-GPS functions, the last one being of great help in a faster positioning. On this big screen, the maps can be viewed in quite visible conditions for our eyes.


The Navteq map is more complete, more detailed, even with different POI (points of interest) and, with the possibility of navigation. The phone has 4-ways to view them, 2D, 3D, Satellite and Hybrid, I choose the last one for its combination of Photo / Map that it provides, with which we can focus more easily. Thanks to the 3G, the map is loading very fast when walking. The A-GPS positioned me accurately, and as long as I used it, I encountered no errors.

Nokia N97 32GB is a business phone. Or, at least through the aspect, this is the first impression that it leaves us. Now, those from Nokia, after bringing together a touchscreen with a QWERTY keyboard, they have included multimedia top features. They have expanded its area of use in this segment so loved and used by us.

First, the phone has an internal memory of 32 GB. Huge! How many documents or emails you need to take with you? Honestly, I do not have so many tons of documents or emails not even on the computer. The huge internal memory is not for documents but for collections, many music, photos or videos collections.

The first multimedia applications, which we all think of, are the ones used for listening to music or viewing some small videos. The phone is compatible with MP3, AAC, eAAC, eAAC +, WMA audio files. Unfortunately, it does not have support for HD files. Maybe the next generation will have. So far, we are limited to MP4 and 3GP video files. It can be considered another small inconvenient. They did not go all the way with the multimedia facilities.


I liked how the music sounds both through the built-in loudspeaker and through the headphones from the package. We can even use other headphones, because the phone has a 3.5 mm jack. The phone has the same player that we are used to from the Symbian OS, which also has predefined equalizer settings. The sound has a decent quality, at least for me.

The following is a 5 megapixel camera that gives good results for a cell phone, both on the photo and especially on the video part. Nokia N97 32GB’s camera has Carl Zeiss Tessar 2.8/5.4 AF lens and 5-Megapixels. The Auto Focus works precisely, without errors, even from very close range in Macro mode. The flash is powerful enough even for the largest outdoor shooting in these conditions causing noise, but the best is to photograph from a close range, max 1.2 meters.

The phone has available some settings such as scenes (Automatic, M - user defined, Macro, Portrait, Landscape, Sport, Night, Night Portrait), color tones (Normal, Sepia, Black & White, Vivid, Negative), White Balance, Exposure, ISO (automatic, low, medium, high), contrast, type of shooting (single shot or multishot).


The images made have geo-coding possibility or can be shared directly through the Internet through OVI. They can be edited too. At Micro Edit, we can make minimum changes and add text or different effects. The photos have a maximum resolution of 2584 x 1938 pixels. They are clear in natural light. The colors are natural, and the environmental noise is a medium one.

As a mobile operating system, the phone has the Symbian S60 5th Edition. I do not have news about it. I will try only to show some applications that have left me a good impression.

As business applications, the phone has available the Office and PDF reader, a small notes editor, an archiver, a converter for various units of measure and a useful English Dictionary. We must not forget the calendar for meetings or the possibility to receive mail even in sync with an Exchange server.

Next, I like the default Symbian browser with Adobe Flash Lite support, one of the most complete, where we can watch without problems even the videos on Youtube. The resolution of 640 x 360 pixels is also quite ok for viewing in good conditions web pages. Along with the 3G modem, most of the web pages I have visited were loaded quickly and without errors.


As a proof of Nokia’s orientation to the consumer market, and by that I mean to our needs for fun and entertainment, the phone included some dedicated applications, especially social networks such as Hi5, Facebook or YouTube.

Nokia Ovi is actually a suite of applications, in which the manufacturers have merged about everything you need to do with a phone. You can access it, you can make a backup and synchronize it with your PC, you can manage contacts, you can browse the photo galleries and you can show them to your friends via the internet and even download Ovi maps when you need them.

In the end, I can conclude that the model N97 is the most "powerful", the smartest and most "full" of multimedia “goodies” smartphone currently available from the Finnish company. It is a functional device that can replace a laptop when you need one. You can access the Internet, read e-mails and documents but also listen to music or attend your favorite sites for social networking. Nokia N97 32GB is a device that can achieve the necessary balance between work and fun, occupation and hobbies.

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