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Tuesday, September 29, 2009

12MP Samsung W880

It's not every day we write about CDMA phones, but monsters like W880 are something we just can't miss. It's the world's first 12 megapixel cameraphone with 3x optical zoom, xenon flash and HD video recording at 30 frames. But even with the GSM capabilities, what is meant for South Korea stays in South Korea.

You probably remember the Samsung M8920, which leaked several months ago. While it's still in Rumorlandia, Samsung have just announced its Korean counterpart - the SCH-W880 or Anycall AMOLED 12M as its mundane name goes. Yes, it's a silly name, we know, but South Korea is a market that's entirely different from Europe or the Americas.

The W880 AMOLED 12M is the world's first 12 megapixel cameraphone with 3x optical zoom. Despite being mainly a CDMA mobile phone, the W880 will sport tri-band GSM connectivity and 3G connectivity (WCDMA 2100). But don't just open champagne yet as the W880 will remain exclusive for the South Korean market and the GSM radio will be used for roaming purposes only.

Thursday, June 4, 2009

Nokia N97 to hit 75 countries this very month

In an attempt to stir things up around the Nokia N97, Nokia have just announced that the device will hit the global market this month in the staggering 75 countries simultaneously. Well, it was about time!

Not that we've had any concerns that Nokia would stick with the initially announced release date, but we guess getting the Nokia N97 finally on the shelves will be a time of joy for many Nokia fans.
The Nokia N97 is hardly revolutionary anymore and we can't really see what's the point in all the fuss. We would have preferred Nokia to announce several more high-end devices instead of still sticking to their February agenda.

Monday, May 11, 2009

little bit of story about N-series

Nokia Nseries offers the latest technologies and new fusions of digital media and mobility to consumers

Amsterdam, Cancun, Hong Kong, Kuala Lumpur - Nokia announced today the Nokia Nseries branded range of next generation multimedia devices. Packed with the latest technologies such as 3G, Carl Zeiss Optics, megapixel cameras, multi-gigabyte memory, VHS resolution video and WLAN, the Nokia Nseries offers new fusions of digital media and mobility to the hands of mobile users. Consumers can now use a single device to do everything from snapping print-quality images, reading email, listening to music, browsing their favorite websites, watching mobile TV and much more. The Nokia Nseries multimedia range is styled to meet the expectations of the most demanding customers with stainless steel finishes and black pearl and smooth silver color pallets. The first Nokia Nseries products are expected to become available during the second quarter of 2005 followed by several more by the end of 2005.

Thursday, February 12, 2009

iPhone 3G Replica

Model Number
iPhone 3G Replica
Launch Time
January, 2009
Sales point
Copy 1 to 1 with original iPhone 3G, The first steel glass cover lens, 3.2 inch super size flat touch screen, Multi finger touching function, The unique input hitting interface hitting virtual keyboard to zoom out and zoom in with selected character, Special menu flying put or flying in feeling, Sensor of power and gravity can change the directions as you like, Slip unlock technology, Change songs, movies, pictures, standby pictures by swing the phone, Dual sim standby, Can drag a picture to enlarge or reduce

Wednesday, February 11, 2009

China Phone price list

N96 Replica TV RM499
N99 RM389
N95 8G 1 to 1 TV RM479
N77 Twin Sim RM359
Mini iPhone RM499
A968 RM429
C702 RM459
N88 RM329
S350 RM299
N77 TV RM399
E90 RM539


Friday, April 18, 2008

NFC-enabled handset

Today Nokia announced their latest NFC-enabled handset - the classic-shaped Nokia 6212 classic. Near field communication or NFC is the next generation of mobile connectivity (based on Bluetooth though) and it allows user to seamlessly share content, pay bills or use their cellphone as an electronic traveling ticket.
While NFC may sound exciting, it will take long before the technology gets wide support. The Nokia 6212 classic is not the first Nokia handset to feature NFC though - last year saw the announcement of the NFC version of Nokia 6131 for example.

Beside NFC, the Nokia 6212 classic features dual-band UMTS support and quad-band GSM/GPRS/EDGE connectivity. It has a 2-inch 16M color TFT display with QVGA resolution, much like the Nokia 6500 classic. The 6212 classic is nowhere near the minimalist dimensions of the 6500 but it's compact nonetheless and weighs only 88 g.
Onboard the Nokia 6212 classic you will find a 2 megapixel snapper, miniUSB port, microSD memory card slot (up to 4GB), FM radio, and stereo Bluetooth. All this runs on the popular non-smartphone Nokia S40 software platform.
The Nokia 6212 classic will be available in Q3 2008 for around 200 euro before subsidies and taxes.

Ericsson Z770

Another Sony Ericsson handset is in the works it seems, as some small photos and scarce information leaked online. The soon-to-be mid-range Sony Ericsson Z780 will be a close relative to the already announced Sony Ericsson Z770 both in features and design.
As the Sony Ericsson blog reports, the new Sony Ericsson Z780 will be a tri-band phone in two versions - Z780i for Europe and Z780a for North America. The phone will sport a main 256K TFT QVGA display and a secondary external one with unknown parameters.

Being an upgrade of Z770 it is almost certain that Z780 will sport the important goodies of its forerunner as EDGE and HSDPA support, Bluetooth, FM radio with RDS, M2 memory card slot, etc.
Unfortunately, the Z780 will again feature a 2 megapixel snapper, yet we still don't know whether it will have autofocus. The latest web browser NetFront 3.4 will also come with the clamshell.
Sony Ericsson Z780 will be available in two colors: Amethyst Silver and Grand Onyx. Bear in mind that so far this is only leaked information. We'll just have to wait for the official announcement to hear more about the specs and availability.