Thursday, September 24, 2009

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The winner of the Design Museum's first Designer of the Year prize was Jonathan Ive senior vice-president of design at Apple in California. By combining what he describes as “fanatical care beyond the obvious stuff” with relentless experiments into tools, materials and production processes, he and the Apple design team have designed and developed a succession of iconic products including the iMac, iBook, Cube, Powerbook G4 and iPod MP3 player. For more information on his work at Apple, go to the Design at the Design Museum section of this site

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Sony Cyber-shot H5 Review

The Cyber-shot DSC-H1 was Sony's first foray into the increasingly crowded compact, image stabilized 'super zoom' market, and it was a very successful one too. The DSC-H5 (along with little brother the DSC-H2) arrived almost exactly a year later in February 2006. The H5 is notable as the first 'big zoom' compact camera to feature a 7 megapixel sensor (a new Sony 1/2.5" CCD), and for its huge 3.0" screen. Otherwise the specification is pretty much the same as the H2, itself a fairly subtle update to the original H1 - no bad thing given the very high standards set by that model. Let's start with the headline features:

7.2 million effective pixels
36-432mm equivalent (12x optical) F2.8-3.7 Carl Zeiss Vario-Tessar zoom lens
Super Steady Shot optical image stabilization
Wide ISO 80-1000 range
Clear RAW™ noise reduction technology
3.0” LCD (230,000 pixels) & 0.2" (200,000 pixel) Electronic viewfinder
Full photographic control
Real Imaging Processor & 14-bit DXP A/D Conversion
Optional wide and tele lens converters
Scene selection (7 modes)
Histogram indication
32MB internal memory, plus a Memory Stick/PRO Duo slot

Cyber-shot DSC-H9 vs DSC-H7

we saw with the previous generation the DSC-H9 has a 'little brother', the DSC-H7. Basically a slightly cut down, cheaper version of the H9, the differences are actually fairly minimal - for most users the screen will be the key.

H9 has a larger (3.0 inch), higher-resolution tilting screen (H7: 2.5-inch non-articulated)
H9 has external buttons for metering and continuous shooting modes, H7 doesn't
H9 is around 32g (1.1 oz) heavier
H9 has NightShot function, H7 doesn't.

Sony Cyber-shot DSC-W200 introduction

The Sony Cyber-shot DSC-W200 is a 12.1 Megapixel compact with a 3x zoom lens and optical stabilisation. Launched in February 2007 as part of an update across Sony’s W-series, it shares the title of highest resolution compact with Panasonic’s Lumix FX100.

Along with the lower resolution W80 and W90 models, the W200 sports an optical viewfinder in addition to a 2.5in screen – something of a rarity in today’s compacts. The W200 also features a reasonable degree of manual control and a surprisingly wide variety of optional accessories including a component video cable for HDTV slideshows and lens converters to widen or lengthen the basic 35-105mm equivalent range.

When Sony announced the Cyber-shot W200 though, you could almost hear a collective groan from reviewers and savvy buyers alike. We’ve all seen the image quality of compacts decrease in recent generations with noise levels becoming a serious problem as manufacturers continue to squeeze more pixels onto the limited real estate of compact sensors. It seems numbers still sell, and for digital cameras that means ever-increasing resolutions, even if it’s at the cost of compromising other aspects.

So along comes the first 12 Megapixel compact and we’d forgive you for expecting the worst – we certainly did. Surely after what we’ve seen at the 7 to 10 Megapixel level, the W200 doesn’t stand a chance – and yet as we discovered in this review, the quality can actually be a lot better than you’d think. Over the following pages you’ll see it compared to rivals with 6 to 10 Megapixels and you may be pleasantly surprised by the results. Not all of them admittedly, but certainly by some.

Has Sony performed a miracle and against the odds delivered respectable output from a 12 Megapixel compact, or is it merely a brave attempt which has just turned out better than expected? Find out in our Sony Cyber-shot DSC-W200 review, and as always to see a demonstration of its key features, check out our Sony W200 video tour.

LG KF700 Released by Telstra LG KP500 Cookie Mobile Phone

LG KF700 (under the name LG KF700Q) has recently been released in Australia via Telstra, the largest mobile operator in the country.

Coming in a slider form factor, the KF700Q brings the following features: HSDPA connectivity with high data transfer speeds up to 7.2 Mbps, a 3 inch TFT touchscreen display with 256K colors and 240 x 480 pixels, a 3.15 Megapixel auto focus camera, Bluetooth, Music player, expandable memory and so on.

LG KF700Q is available for retail price of 879 Australian dollars (about 858 USD or 540 Euros).

Cookie Touch Screen Mobile Phone definitely does not come with the war cry fitting an iPhone killer, though it sports a remarkable touch screen. This mobile phone is a compact device that boasts of affordability of price. You know well that Apple iPhone has triggered a new trend that is nothing else than the celebrated touch screen in mobile phones. Cookie too strives to follow this hot trend by etching out a user-friendly touch interface to you. You, once getting used to it, shall find it pretty convenient than the fiddly stylus that is also a provision here. The in-built accelerometer that adorns its screen helps it put forth the virtual keyboard of the QWERTY type the moment you flip this phone to landscape mode. The accelerometer also comes handy in your stints with mobile games. On the whole, there is no wonder if you find this mobile phone a fun-oriented device.

The communication data download area of this quad band GSM mobile phone is explained by GPRS and EDGE. You might get a bit disappointed here, not to find any 3G or super 3G niceties that are the hallmarks of today’s high end enterprise and multimedia phones. However, a WAP 2.0 browser presented here, strives to take you through the websites, with the prompt back up of a document viewer that conceives PDF, PPT, DOC, XLS, PDF and TXT files. Messaging in this mobile phone refers to Email, MMS and SMS, supported by Predictive Text input and T9 dictionary. You have a decent 48MB on-board memory in this gadget that can be expanded up to 8GB using its expansion slot that suits a MicroSD card slot. Further, you can engage in device-to-device file transfer using Bluetooth (Wireless) and USB 2.0 (Wired).

LG KP500 Cookie Multimedia Mobile Phone flaunts a music player that can realise a range of music files such as WMA, MP3, AAC++, AAC+ and AAC. This aspect of the mobile phone comes beside a FM radio. The imaging device of this mobile phone is digital camera that comes with the detailing power of 3 mega pixels. This resolution of the camera is complimented by the digital zooming, as well as the video recording capabilities of it. The video playback is a nicety on its TFT LCD that comes with the resolution of 240 x 400 pixels and 262K colours.

Other Significant Features


64 Voice Polyphonic and MP3 Ringtones

Games (Java)

Vibration Mode

Handwriting Sensor

1000 Entry Phone Book

3.5 H Talktime

350 H Standby

89g Weight

Dimensions: 107 x 55 x 12 mm

Sony Cyber short

Sensor • 1/2.5 " Type CCD
• 6.0 million pixels total
• 6.0 million effective pixels

Image sizes • 2816 x 2112
• 2816 x 2112 (3:2)
• 2048 x 1536
• 1920 x 1080 (HDTV)
• 1632 x 1224
• 640 x 480
Movie clips • 640 x 480 @ 30 / 16fps
• 320 x 240 @ 16 / 8fps
• 160 x 112 @ 8fps
File formats • Still: JPEG
• Movie: MPEG VX
Lens • 38-114mm
• F2.8-5.2
• 3x optical zoom
• Carl Zeiss Vario-Tessar
Digital zoom Precision 2x, 6x TTL
Focus • Contrast Detect AF
• Manual
AF area modes • 5 area Multi-point AF
• Single
• Monitoring
AF assist lamp Yes
Focus distance • Normal: 50cm min
• Macro: 2cm min
Metering • Multi-pattern
• Center-weighted
• Spot
ISO sensitivity • Auto
• ISO 80
• ISO 100
• ISO 200
• ISO 400
• ISO 800
• ISO 1000
Exposure compensation • +/-2 EV
• 1/3 EV steps
Shuttter speed 1/2000 - 1sec
Aperture F2.8-7.1 (wide) F5.2-13 (tele)
Modes • Auto
• Scene
Scene modes • Twilight
• Twilight Portrait
• Landscape
• Beach
• Snow
• Soft Snap
• High Sensitivity
White balance • Auto
• Daylight
• Cloudy
• Fluorescent
• Incandescent
• Flash WB
Self timer 2 or 10secs
Continuous shooting • 1.4 fps up to 3 shots (6MP)
• 1.4 fps up to 98 shots (VGA)
Image parameters Natural, Rich, Sepia, B&W
Flash • Auto
• Auto daylight fill
• On
• Off
• Slow synch
• Red-eye reduction
• Range: 0.2-2.4m
Viewfinder • Optical
• True zoom
LCD monitor • 2.0-inch
• 85,000 pixels • 2.5-inch
• 115,000 pixels
Connectivity • USB 1.1
• AV multi
• DC in
Print compliance PictBridge
Storage • 32MB internal memory
• Memory Stick
Power • Lithium-ion NP-BG1 battery
• BC-CSG ext charger supplied
Weight (no batt) 123 g (4.5 oz) 127 g (4.7 oz)
Dimensions 89 x 59 x 23 mm (3.5 x 2 5/16 x 7/8 in) 89 x 57 x 23 mm (3.5 x 2 1/4x 7/8 in)

DSC H-5 key Specifications

Street price • US: $470
• UK: £310
Body Material Metal and plastic
Sensor • 1/2.5 " Type CCD
• 7.2 million effective pixels

Image sizes • 3072 x 2304
• 3072 x 2048 (3:2)
• 2592 x 1944
• 2048 x 1536
• 1632 x 1224
• 640 x 480

Movie clips • 640 x 480 @ 16 / 30fps (30fps requires MS Pro Duo)
• 160 x 112 @ 8fps

File formats • Still: JPEG
• Movie: MPEG VX
Lens • 36-432mm equiv
• 12x optical zoom
• Carl Zeiss Vario-Tessar
• F2.8-3.7

Image stabilization Super SteadyShot® (moving lens element type)
Conversion lenses Yes
Digital zoom • 2x (24x total)
• Up to 57x Smart Zoom (dependent on selected resolution)
Focus • Manual (with focus aids and magnification)
• Single
• Monitor
• Continuous
AF area modes • 3 Area Multi-Point AF
• Center AF (selectable)
• Flexible spot AF
• Contrast detect
AF assist lamp Yes
Focus distance • Normal: 50cm (19.7 in) min
• Macro: 2cm (0.74 in)
Metering • Multi-pattern (49 zone)
• Center weighted
• Spot
ISO sensitivity • Auto
• ISO 80
• ISO 100
• ISO 200
• ISO 400
• ISO 800
• ISO 1000
Exposure compensation • +/-2EV
• 1/3 EV steps
Exposure bracketing +/- 0.3, 0.7, 1.0 EV
Shuttter speed • 1/4 - 1/2000 sec. (Auto)
• 1 - 1/2000 sec. (Program Auto)
• 46-step 30 sec – 1/1000 sec. (Shutter Priority, Manual)
* Shutter speeds of 1/2000th are only available at apertures of F5.6 and higher.

Aperture F2.8 - 8.0 (wide), F3.7 - 8.0 (tele)
Modes • Program
• Aperture priority
• Shutter priority
• Manual
• 7-preset select scene modes

Scene modes • Twilight
• Twilight Portrait
• Portrait
• Landscape
• Beach
• High-speed shutter
• High sensitivity
White balance • Auto
• Manual
• Daylight
• Cloudy
• Fluorescent
• Incandescent
• Flash WB

Self timer • 10 or 2 secs
Continuous shooting • 7 Shots at 1.1fps (7.2MP JPEG fine)
• 100 Shots at 1.4 fps (640x480 JPEG std)
Image parameters • Saturation (3 levels)
• Contrast (3 levels)
• Sharpness (3 levels)
• Color effects (Sepia, Black and White, Vivid)
Flash • Pop-up
• Auto, On, Off, Slow synch, Red-eye reduction
• Range (ISO Auto): 1’ to 29’ 3" (0.3-9.0m) (Wide)
• Range (ISO Auto): 35.5 ’ to 22 ’ 4 " (0.9-6.8m) (Tele)
• Range (ISO 1000): 2’ 11" to 52’ (0.9 -16m) (Wide)
Viewfinder • 0.2" EVF
• 201K pixels
LCD monitor • 3.0-inch TFT
• 230K pixels
Connectivity • USB 2.0 high speed
• AV out
Print compliance PictBridge, DPOF, PIM III
Storage • Memory Stick Duo / Pro Duo compatible
• 32MB internal memory
Power • 2x NiMH batteries
• Ac adaptor (optional)
In the box* • DSC-H5 camera
• NH-AA-DB Rechargeable AA Batteries,
• BC-CS2 Battery Charger and Cord
• A/V and USB Cables
• Shoulder Strap
• Lens Cap
• Lens Cap Strap
• Lens Adapter Ring
• Lens Hood
• Software CD-ROM
Other features • Real Imaging Processor
• Clear RAW NR
• Filter Diameter: 58mm (with supplied Adapter Ring)
• Optional Flash units, converter lenses, filters
Weight (inc batt) 554 g (1 lb 4.3 oz)
Dimensions 113.2 x 83 x 94 mm (4.6 x 3.3 x 3.7 in)


ony has re-engineered its W-series of top-performing Cyber-shot® digital still cameras to embody the virtues of a traditional camera style and satisfy modern tastes for sleek, compact design.

In addition to sporting eye-level viewfinders in the fashion of traditional cameras, the new DSC-W50 and DSC-W30 models have large LCD screens and are significantly more compact than previous W-series models.

Both new cameras offer six-megapixel image resolution for high-quality prints, high-light sensitivity for fast-action shooting and more natural-looking pictures in low-light conditions, precision Carl Zeiss® Vario-Tessar 3x optical zoom lenses, and MPEG1 movie recording.
Available in silver, the DSC-W50 model features a 2.5-inch, easy-to-view LCD screen wrapped in a metal-alloy body with sophisticated etching and details. The DSC-W30 model also comes in silver with a two-inch LCD.

“These new models will be attractive to people who prefer the look and feel of a traditional camera, but without the bulk,” said James Neal, director of digital imaging products at Sony Electronics. “We’ve also increased the light sensitivity, which minimizes the need for flash photography, and improved the cameras’ user interface for better photography results and overall camera experience.”

No More Guessing What those Icons Mean

Anyone who has ever found menu icons on a digital still camera mysterious will appreciate the new function guide on the latest W-series models. When menu icons are selected, such as a specific shooting function or scene mode, a text explanation is displayed on the LCD making it easier to take a great shot. This function guide can be turned off once the user becomes more familiar with the camera.

Built for Better Performance

Both new models include high light-sensitivity settings up to ISO 1000, which allow for shooting at higher shutter speeds to capture fast-moving subjects with less blur. With higher light sensitivity at your fingertips, you can shoot in available light without a flash for more naturally-exposed, “true-to-life” pictures. With Sony’s Clear RAW ™ imaging technology, you can up the camera’s sensitivity without dramatically increasing picture noise, which makes pictures look blurry and grainy.

Sony’s ultra-fast Real Imaging Processor™ circuit delivers quick start-up, fast shot-to-shot times, and long battery life -- up to 400 shots on a single charge for the DSC-W30 model. It also speeds up the cameras’ sophisticated auto-exposure and multi-point, auto-focus features so that users get the picture right the first time.
Both cameras have 32MB of internal memory, which can be expanded further with an optional Memory Stick Duo™ media card or Memory Stick PRO Duo™ card, now offered in capacities up to two gigabytes.

Make the Most of High-Resolution Images through Prints

You can make high-quality prints by simply connecting these models to a Sony DPP-FP50 digital photo printer. You can even create postcards or calendars using the printer’s supplied software.
With Sony’s ImageStation® online photo service, you can expand your options to print tens or even hundreds of pictures, create online photo and video albums, or make customized gifts such as photo books and calendars.

The Cyber-shot DSC-W50 will be available in early March for about $250, and the DSC-W30 is available this month for about $230. Bundled accessories include rechargeable Lithium ion batteries (NP-BG1), charger (BC-CSG), USB and AV output cables, and Cyber-shot viewer software. Options include a lithium ion battery (NP-BG1) for about $50, a travel charger (BC-TRG) for about $60, a sports pack (SPK-WA) for about $100, and a 30mm lens/filter adapter (VAD-WB) for about $30.

Both models can be purchased at, at Sony Style® retail stores (, and at authorized dealers nationwide. Pre-orders begin today at and

LG Rumor Available via Virgin Mobile Canada LG KT520

LG KT520, a mid-end handset was recently launched in Taiwan. First unveiled at the beginning of the year, the new KT520 comes in a elegant slider form factor.

LG KT520 packs 3 Megapixel camera with digital zoom, auto focus and video recording. Other features include: tri-band GSM connectivity (900 / 1800 / 1900 MHz) plus HSDPA 2100 connectivity for data transfer speeds of up to 3.6 Mbps, a 2.2 inch TFT display with 262K colors, 240 x 320 pixels and a 2000:1 contrast ratio, finger mouse, Music player, 60MB of internal memory, expandable to up to 4GBs with a microSD or microSDHC card, Bluetooth 2.0 with A2DP, email, Web browser, Instant Messaging, voice command and pre-installed games.

LG Rumor is now available via Virgin Mobile Canada. The popular and affordable handset has been released in the US for about one year, and it was already available for Canadian users via Bell Mobility.

Virgin Mobile Canada offers LG Rumor for Canadian consumers at the following prices:

– $79.99 with a contract agreement for three years;

– $99.99 with a contract agreement for two years;

– $149.99 with a contract agreement for only one year;

– and $199.99 on pre-pay

Nokia N91 phone

Nokia N91 WCDMA
The main feature of the device is that it can store up to 4GB of music. With dedicated music keys, listening to music with the phone is a most pleasurable experience. Its other features include 2 megapixel camera with 20x digital zoom and a full-screen playback video to view video clips in large size. It also has WLAN for hot spot connectivity.

The device is 113.1 mm long and 55.2mm wide. It has a thickness of about 22mm and weighs about 164g. It has S60 user interface and also automatic brightness for keypad and display. The Nokia N91 WCDMA phone has advanced camera modes like still, video, night options, brightness adjustment and self-timer. The phone’s image formats support includes JPEG, GIF and BMP.

It also has the capacity to download and play multimedia files both video and music and can also stream media files from compatible media portals. Other multimedia features of the Nokia N91 WCDMA phone include Visual Radio where one can listen to music and interact with radio stations of our choice. The Nokia Music headset HS-28 with remote control can be used or one can even connect independent headphones to the 3.5mm audio jack on the phone and can also connect the phone to external speakers through the stereo audio jack. The voice recording application can be used to make one’s own recording.

The Nokia N91 WCDMA has enhanced music features like a 5-band equalizer, mixer and music DRC (Dynamic Range Compression). Calls can be answered while listening to music as the music pauses and resumes again once the call ends. It has good music services including convenient access to music shop.

Another important feature of Nokia N91 WCDMA phone is that it has multimedia messaging for sending and receiving videos and pictures with AMR voice clips, automatic resizing of megapixel images to fit MMS and support for the various Indian languages as also major languages of Europe and Asia Pacific.

It has 3G connectivity which almost matches broadband speeds for faster downloads. It has integrated Bluetooth technology, Browsing and also Data transfer facilities. The Nokia N91 WCDMA has a 4GB built-in memory apart from another 30Mb of storage capacity.

Nokia N91 8GB

The Nokia N91 8GB :is 113.1mm long and 55.2mm wide and has a thickness of about 22mm. With a weight of 165g it is pretty bulky in design. It has a color display with 262K color and S60 software on Symbian OS operating system. It has dedicated music keys which allow you to switch between Music Player and last used application. It has 8 GB hard drive memory capacity for up to 2000 songs. The device has speed dialing and also conference call. The phone’s digital services include the possibility to download games as well as new Themes.

The Nokia N91 8 GB has a 2 mega pixel camera with digital zoom 20x stepless. It has image viewers such as JPEG, EXIF and BMP and still images file format JPEG, YUV and RGB. It also has advanced camera modes like still, burst, video, options for night, brightness adjustment and self-timer.

The Music Player is wisely designed with dedicated playback keys and enhanced on the go playlist management. Meta data for tracks can be viewed and modified directly on the Nokia N91 8GB. The device also has enhanced music features like mixer and 8-band equalizer. Another added feature of the phone is that you can answer calls while listening to music, as the music pauses and resumes once the call is over. One can even transfer any multi media content from the personal computer to the Nokia N91 8GB phone.

The device has a 3.5mm audio jack where one can connect directly with your own headphone or can simply use the Nokia Music Headset HS-28 with remote control. Visual Radio is one other feature of the Nokia N91 8 GB phone where one can listen and interact with your favorite radio stations. You can even obtain information about the song that is playing and other related artist information.

The Voice features of the phone include voice dialing, voice commands, voice recorder and an integrated handsfree speaker. Using the voice record application of the phone one can even make your own music recording. The phone has a talk time up to 3 hours and standby time up to 190 hours .And music playback of up to 10 hours.

Nokia N81 8GB mobile phone

he Nokia n81: has dimensions of 102mm length and 50mm width. It has a thickness of 17.9 mm and weighs about 140g. It has up to 8 GB internal memory for various applications like music, games, video and images among others. The device has a talk time of up to 240 minutes GSM and 180 minutes WCDMA and a standby time of up to 17 days. It has a video recording time of up to 3.5 hours and video playback time of up to 4.5 hours both with QVGA. It also has a Browsing time up to 5 hours, music playback time of up to 11.5 hours and Gaming time of up to 6 hours.

The Nokia N81 8GB phone has S60 3rd Edition, Feature Pack 1 user interface and S60 software on Symbian OS operating system. It has dedicated media keys which enables easy access and usage of various applications like music and video. The phone has an active matrix 2.4” QVGA main color display with up to 16.7 million colors.

Other features include speed dialing, automatic redial, logs and Conference call. The Voice features of the phone include Speaker independent name dialing, talking ring tones, internet calls apart from the voice commands, voice recorder and integrated handsfree speaker. The Multimedia messaging facility can be used to share your views in graphic detail using a multi-slide presentation. It also has the capacity to automatically resize your megapixel images to fit MMS, of course depending on the network support in use..

The Nokia N81 8GB has WLAN connectivity with UPnP support, Bluetooth technology and a 3.5mm Nokia AV Connector. It has a 2megapixel camera with digital zoom up to 20x and MPEG-4 VGA video capture of up to 15fps. The device has integrated flash modes including automatic and for red-eye reduction. The Music features include 8GB internal flash memory, playlist management, dedicated volume keys with 20 volume steps, 5-band equalizer and Nokia Stereo Music Headset.

The phone also has the facility to subscribe to and download podcasts over the air direct to the phone. It also has stereo FM radio and Visual Radio support.

Top 10 Nokia Mobile Phones Till Date

* Wireless Interface ; Infrared (IrDA), IEEE 802.11g, Bluetooth (A2DP), Bluetooth 2.0 EDR
* Integrated antenna
* Operating System : Symbian OS
* Camera Sensor Resolution 3.2 Megapixel , Still Image Resolutions : 2048 x 1536 ,Focus Adjustment : Automatic
* Video Recorder Resolutions : 640 x 480 (VGA)
* GPS System
* Display Resolution : 320 x 240 pixels
* Display Diagonal Size : 2.36″ with 16.7 million colors
* Battery : Rechargeable - lithium polymer, capacity - 1500 mAh, Up to 270 min talk, Up to 480 h standby, 4.4 oz


Nokia n 95
* Wireless Interface : IEEE 802.11b, IEEE 802.11g, Bluetooth 2.0
* Camera Sensor Resolution : 5 Megapixel, CMOS Sensor, Auto Focus, LED light focus,Video Recorder Resolutions : 640 x 480 (VGA)
* Display Resolution : 320 x 240 pixels, Diagonal Size :2.4″ with 16.7 million colors
* Flash Memory : 8 GB - flash - microSD
* Battery Capacity : 1200 mAh with Talk time: up to 6.5 hours, Standby time: up to 363 hours
* Built-in GPS receiver, A-GPS function


Nokia N96

* Wireless Interface : IEEE 802.11b, IEEE 802.11g, Bluetooth (A2DP), Bluetooth 2.0 EDR
* Operating System : Symbian OS
* Built-in User Memory 16 GB
* Camera Sensor Resolution : 5 Megapixel, Still Image Resolutions : 2592 x 1944, Auto Focus, Flash Light
* GPS satellite navigation
* 3G video calling
* Display Resolution 240 x 320 pixels, Diagonal Size : 2.8″, with 16.7 million colors
* Battery Capacity : 950 mAh,Talk Time Up to 220 min, Standby Time Up to 220 h



Nokia N95

* Wireless Interface : Infrared (IrDA), IEEE 802.11b, IEEE 802.11g, Bluetooth 2.0 EDR
* Operating System : Symbian OS 9.2 / Series 60 3.1 Edition
* Built-in User Memory : 8 GB
* Camera Sensor Resolution : 5 Megapixel CMOS Sensor, Still Image Resolutions : 2592 x 1944
* Video Recorder Resolutions : 640 x 480 (VGA)
* Display Resolution : 240 x 320 pixels, Diagonal Size : 2.8″ with 16.7 million colors
* Battery : Capacity : 1200 mAh, Talk Time Up to 300 min, Standby Time Up to 280 h
* GPS System
* Integrated antenna



Nokia N82

* Unlocked quad-band GSM cell phone compatible with 850/900/1800/1900 frequencies and International 3G compatibility via 2100 UMTS plus EDGE capabilities
* 5-megapixel digital camera with Carl Zeiss Optics, autofocus, digital zoom; DVD-quality video capture (640 x 480 pixels at 30 fps)
* Wi-Fi connectivity (802.11b/g); Bluetooth 2.0 connectivity for both handsfree communication and stereo music streaming
* Digital audio player; FM radio;
* MicroSD memory expansion;
* Access to email and instant messaging
* Up to 4.3 hours of talk time, up to 9.5 days) of standby time; backed by third party 1-year warranty



Nokia E75

* Display Type TFT, 16M colors, Size : 240 x 320 pixels, 2.4 inches
* QWERTY keyboard
* Features OS Symbian OS, S60 rel. 3.2
* Camera 3.2 MP, 2048×1536 pixels, autofocus, video (VGA), flash; secondary VGA videocall camera
* Bluetooth Yes, v2.0 with A2DP
* Battery Standard battery, Li-Ion 1000 mAh (BP-4L), Stand-by Up to 264 h, Talk time Up to 5.4 h


Nokia 6300

* 2 megapixel camera with 8x digital zoom,Video camera (176 x 144 pixels)
* Display: TFT, 16.7 million colours, 240 x 320 pixels (2 inches)
* FM stereo radio with Visual Radio
* Integrated loudspeaker
* Memory: 7.8 Mbytes plus microSD card slot (expandable up to 2 Gbytes)
* Connectivity: Bluetooth 2.0, USB


Nokia 3110

# Card slot microSD (TransFlash) upto 2GB
# FM stereo radio
# Display Type TFT, 256K colors Size 128 x 160 pixels
# HSCSD EDGE Class 10, 236.8 kbps
# Bluetooth v2.0, Infrared port
# USB v2.0 miniUSB
# Camera 1.3 MP, 1280 x 1024 pixels, video(QCIF)


Nokia 5200:


* Wireless Interface : Bluetooth, Infrared (IrDA)
* Still Image Resolutions : 640 x 480, Digital Zoom : 4x
* Display Resolution : 128 x 160 pixels
* Color depth : 18-bit (262K Colors)
* MP3 player and stereo FM. MP3 ringing tones



Nokia N97:

* High-Speed Data GPRS, Wi-Fi
* 5+ Megapixel Camera, A2DP, Bluetooth,
* Edge, Email Client, FM Radio
* GPS / Location,
* Memory Card Slot, MP3
* Qwerty Keyboard
* Smartphone, Speaker Phone,
* Symbian OS
* Touch Screen, Video Capture, Video Clip, Voice Dialing,
* Talk Time: Up to 6 hours 40 mins
* Stand By Time: Up to 430 hrs



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