Posts Tagged ‘N Series’

Nokia N80: the Mobile Imaging Powerhouse

December 11th, 2011 No comments

Picking up a Nokia N80 in a Clearance deal is a good idea. The exceptionally desirable smartphone in smooth titanium silver finish at an even lower price in a Clearance deal should save anyone a good amount of hard earned money other than the long range of functionalities the Nokia N80 includes.

The Nokia N80 is a 3G slider phone with top of the line imaging and business features. The handset fits nicely to the hand and feels really solid at 134 gm. The active matrix 262k colour display puts into rest any doubts about its superior specs and functionality.

This S60 third edition based smartphone uses Symbian operating system. The Nokia N80 supports all for GSM mobile network bands other than 3G (UMTS) networks. The Nokia N80 uses its secondary VGA camera located at the to of its display to make video calls. Endowed with UPnP technology, the Nokia N80 is also at home with advanced voice functions like conference calling and Push to Talk.

The Nokia N80 represents the apex in the field of still mobile photography of the N series. However, there are other N series models designed to shoot videos. The primary camera module of the Nokia N80 is 3.15 megapixel based on CMOS. Imaging with the Nokia N80 is not only about high resolution but a complete imaging experience that allows you to print ‘real’ photographs. The camera is endowed with autofocus, 20x digital zoom, integrated LED flash, Anti Red Eye, self timer as well as advance camera modes and special effects.

Transferring data to and from the Nokia N80 is quick and painless. Other than 3G, the smartphone can also give you a ‘slower’ speed of about 236 kbps through EDGE or even ‘slower’ GPRS. WiFi, Infrared, Bluetooth and USB are other ways to get connected and share information with compatible devices.

Feature list of the Nokia N80 is so long that it would take a while for a new user to get accustomed to the wide array of functions.

Nokia N80 Clearance

Keith Rickwood

Nokia N82: a Premier Phone From Nokia

November 21st, 2011 No comments

Nokia must have taken the pledge that it would beat all its contenders with its army of N series phones and would rule an age which history of mobile phone would remember. Day by day they are making new devices in N series and are improving the qualities of these phones with advanced features. The wait is over and the much awaited and talked phone called Nokia N82 with 2GB and 5 Mega pixel camera is here!

Yes the Nokia N82 is a phone which would make all stand up in surprise when its said that the phone has a 5 megapixel camera and Carl Zeiss lens. You will also be surprised when its said that the phone has an integrated GPS to navigate the places you travel now. There are offers to download Nokia Maps of more than 150 countries of the world. All these new stunning features make Nokia N82 a must buy. And more than that the service providers too are offering lucrative offers in UK like free roaming, free SMS, discounted call rates and others subjected to the plan you take. The New Nokia N82 had been announced after the tremendous success of Nokia N81. There was a rumour that Nokia would launch Nokia N82 to beat all other mobile phone companies in the race of mobile phones. People waited long for this phone since it had been promised that features of the new phone would match top slot models of Nokia N series. The wait is over and now yo have this phone available in the market.

Some other mind blowing features of Nokia N82 are SMS, MMS, email, instant messaging, Wi-Fi internet, built in FM radio, TV out, Bluetooth, photocall, VGA Camera, 5 Mega Pixel auto focus camera with Carl Zeiss Tassar lens and 20x digital zoom which enables you to video shot at a speed of 30 frames per second (fps), great multimedia operations like real player, windows media player, 2.4 inches TFT screen with resolution of 320 X 240 and 16M colours for excellent quality imaging and videos. These features do not an end the name and fame of this phone and you have more than what you expect from this smart and sexy phone. The Mp3music quality is equivalent to Nokia N95. The Nokia N82 is tough rivalry to Sony ericsson Cybershot phones.

Rahul Bhadaurya

Nokia N75: the New Kid in the Block

November 17th, 2011 2 comments

Nokia is going to launch its latest N-series gadget, the Nokia N75. The newest product in the line of Nokia’s ‘multimedia computers’, the Nokia N75 offers you innovative technology and unlimited entertainment. Book your gizmo in advance by signing up the best contract deal available with it in the market.

Encased in clamshell design, the Nokia N75 boasts some smart features balancing your business and pleasure. The handset features a 2 mega pixel camera with 16x digital zoom, built-in flash and video recording facility in MPEG4 format. Capture your photos and view them on its QVGA screen with 16 million colour resolution. Share your pictures with friends through multimedia messages integrated with the Nokia N75. Connect your device to your PC using Bluetooth, Infrared or USB, and enjoy your videos.

Experience exhilarating music with the high definition media player of the Nokia N75. You can play your favourite sound tracks in multiple formats including MP3, MP4, M4A, AAC and WMA. The integrated FM radio enables you to play your songs as well as interact with different radio stations. Upload latest music and MP3 ring tones directly to your device. The handset incorporates a microSD card slot that expands its memory space up to 2 GB making it a huge storage device. So download all your preferred tracks and store comfortably in your gadget.

Explore the Web through WAP browser and XHTML. Download and play the latest Java games on the high resolution 256K colour display of the Nokia N75. Document viewer allows you to open your business files and edit them. Enjoy hi-tech performance with this upcoming Nokia phone.

Check out the deals available with this handset. Login to any top online phone shop and browse through the Nokia N75 contracts. The Nokia N75 tariffs on different network providers can avail you free line rental, free gifts and cash backs. Select the best contract deal and make the best of your N-series experience.

Carlodanie Janee

Nokia N73: With Amazing Set of Features

November 14th, 2011 No comments

Nokia N73 .

Nokia N73, the multimedia computer is aimed at meeting a large number of the everyday user’s needs. Coming with superb photography features and integrated stereo speakers with 3D sound for optimized audio pleasure, the Nokia N73 is as easy to use and compact to carry.

The phone comes with 3.2 megapixel camera with Carl Zeiss optics, a mechanical shutter, advanced autofocus and support for internet communities like Flickr. You get sharper images even in an optimum light condition and you can even also share your photos with your friends and colleagues.

Besides the large display, there is a powerful and intuitive active toolbar interface providing one-touch selection to send photos via email, Bluetooth connectivity or MMS. The Nokia N73 is designed to make photography easy with the dedicated controls for capture, zoom and review. Organising and moving your images and videos into a compatible PC is simple with Nokia Xpress.

The classy phone acts as a mini computer with great photography features and great sounds. With the camera capture and zoom keys at the top, the phone looks like a stand alone digital camera. There’s no self portrait mirror but there is a second camera located just above the screen in the upper right corner.

The N73 comes with a digital music player with equalizer and FM radio and if you want to share your images, you can do it through the built-in email functionality, or store them on the FREE 128MB miniSD card.
The N73 is one of Nokia Mobile Phones
newest S60 3rd Edition phones and is available in either 3G or Quad band EDGE/GSM networks

We can say that it is the Nokia’s best N-series phones so far because of its attractive feature set and fantastic screen. So grab the attractive Nokia mobile deals with the Orange and 3 networks on the Nokia N73 .

Alice Erin

Nokia N78: Innovative Entertainer

October 14th, 2011 No comments

As the time passed, to change that perception, Nokia has adopted advanced technology culture and started launching phones with stylish looks, sleek designs and multi-media features. To prove it as one of the top market leaders, it started introducing N Series gadgets in the market including all the high-end personal, business and entertainment features. The journey of Nokia N series was started in the year of 2005 and continuing till now. They are the unparallelled mobile phones ever and forever. In the same year, one billion Nokia mobile phones were purchased by the users.

The Nokia N78 is one of the gems, which has recently joined the crown of Nokia N series. This compact candy bar device is manufactured for offering high performance services like photography, music, web access and navigation. This sophisticated phone is also known as a multimedia computer. To slip or fit into any pocket, this amazing phone measures 113 x 49 x 15.1 mm, weighs 101.8 grams and has a volume of 76.5 cc. Its sleek dimensions and lightweight facilitate great flexibility to the users, while holding this phone in their hands. Its 2.4 inches large TFT display supports up to 16M colours and comes with a wide 160° viewing angle, which enables the users to view images, videos and all the other information on the screen without any hassles. To optimise brightness, display and power consumption, this stylish device is equipped with an ambient light detector. Colourful wallpapers and screensavers can dance on its display as this phone allows the users to download themes.

This GSM-enabled N78 comes embedded with an internal memory of 76 MB, 96 MB SDRAM memory and has a microSD (TransFlash) memory card support. This internal and external storage capacity of this phone allows the users to save nearly 3,400 images, 1,500 songs including up to 120 minutes video recordings. To search, find places and get information to reach your destinations with ease, this N78 mobile phone from Nokia comes with a built-in GPS receiver with A-GPS support and supports navigational maps of many countries across the world. This is the most helpful feature for the users, when they visit unknown places.

If your wish is to enjoy your free time via this Nokia N78 Mobile Phone, you can get ultimate mobile entertainment experience with its enhanced multimedia features. Clicking and capturing images is possible with the user-friendly 3.2 mega pixels digital camera of this sleek phone. To offer digital clarity images, this camera comes along with auto-focus, Carl Zeiss optics, LED flash and 2X zoom features. To record videos at any time, you can use its VGA 15fps video recorder. To communicate and watch your near and dear ones, you can make video calls with the help of its secondary CIF videocall camera. The Photo editor/blogging feature tags images automatically and uploads them directly to the websites over the Internet. Its integrated music player and RDS technology FM radio allow you to stat connected to your favourite tracks. The Navi wheel feature can be used to scroll to your favourite songs.

You can enjoy hassle-free web access and high-speed data transfers with wireless connectivities as the Nokia N78 device comes preloaded with the most innovative features including class 11 GPRS, HSCSD, Bluetooth v2.0 with A2DP connectivity, WLAN-Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g, UPnP technology, 3G-HSDPA, USB-v2.0 microUSB support and class 32 EDGE beside WAP 2.0/xHTML, HTML Internet browser and RSS feeds. The most advantageous Nokia accessories of this phone are the Nokia Bluetooth Headset BH-902, Bluetooth Speakers MD-7W and Bluetooth Stereo Headset BH-903. This phone works on different GSM frequencies like 850, 900, 1800 and 1900 MHz. These frequencies allow the users to enjoy roaming facility, when they are out of their region.

Stephen George

Top Ten Camera Phones: Camera Phones and the Ones That Took the Best Pictures

September 27th, 2011 2 comments

Camera phones have metamorphosed the way we see, perceive and recollect the fleeting everyday life. Owing to its portability, compactness and multitasking capabilities, camera phones have gradually overshadowed the utility of the traditional camera. And camera phones these days are not mere imaging devices but have literally evolved into digital studios!

The upward trend in the sales chart of mobile phones with camera capabilities has been simply phenomenal. Brilliant high-resolution display, top notch image management softwares, multitude of sharing options – shutterbugs couldn’t have been more delighted. Just how many bloggers blog about camera phones – news, reviews, rumours, ratings etc – itself would make for some interesting stats.

The figures released by Flickr shows that Camera Mobile Phones from Nokia and Sony Ericsson are the most popular among users and the K750i constantly features as the numero uno. The imaging prowess of the CyberShot K800i from Sony Ericsson has been a visual revelation. Excellent colour saturation, crisp detailing and the inclusion of auto and macro focus have boosted the popularity of the CyberShot Series.

The multimedia heavy N-Series phones from Nokia too are hugely popular. The technological expertise of the N-Series family – the N73 & N93 in particular – gives you comprehensive imaging solutions. The branding with Carl-Zeiss optics was a masterstroke as it has reinforced the brand value of Nokia. Having trailed in the race so far, LG have recently announced their partnership with Schneider-Kreuznach and their forthcoming handsets will feature the German company’s world leading lenses.

Samsung’s SGH-D900, LG’s KG920 and the SL91 from BenQ-Siemens also deserve mention. The Nokia N95 and the LG KG920 sport 5 megapixel cameras and the Samsung SCH-B600 is loaded with a colossal 10 megapixel shooter. The future will see camera phones with incremental technological advancement. Stay alert, shoot sharp.

Bradley Ben

Nokia N93: Taking your Digital Camera Head on

September 27th, 2011 No comments

There has been a lot of discussions about how mobile phones are competing with digital cameras. Though the arguments are convincing in favor of mobile phone that would subsequently uproot digital cameras as consumer’s first choice for imaging needs, this sounds like a scene of a distant future. With the launch of Nokia N93, the future suddenly is within our grasp. Being a top end member of the highly acclaimed N series, the Nokia N93 is essentially a 3G enabled, multimedia communication device. The handset is a bit on the heavier side at 180 gm and resembles a miniature digital camcorder.

The twist and rotating QVGA screen of the Nokia N93 displays more than 262k vibrant colours. The screen can work in imaging mode, viewing mode, fold open mode and fold closed mode. The sleek black casing with chrome edging give an impression of reliability and sophistication. The Nokia N93 is endowed with a massive 3.2 mega pixel camera sporting lens made by Carl Zeiss. High definition images do not compromise on its resolution when you zoom in unlike other camera phones. The Nokia N93 is endowed with 3x optical zoom than the more common digital zoom.

Though 3.2 mega pixel camera module with auto focus and integrated flash is available with other models in the market, what sets the Nokia N93 apart is its DVD like video recording quality. The Nokia N93 is capable of taking part in video calls across UMTS network other than voice calls across triband GSM networks. 50 Mb of internal memory and the 128 Mb memory card included in the kit leaves you with enough space for all types of content you want to download to the Nokia N93. Other connectivity options incorporated in the Nokia N93 are GPRS, EDGE, WiFi, Blue tooth, Infrared and USB – in a nutshell, more than you’ll ever need.

Caitlin Lucy