Posts Tagged ‘Mobile’

Nokia E75

If we can think of one reason to take being told “to mind your own business” with a smile it would be the Nokia Eseries. A household name for enterprise users, it’s hardly a surprise that each E-series update is greeted with plenty of excitement. The Nokia E75 is no exception, even if it doesn’t […]

Nokia Aeon Advertised in Echelon Conspiracy Movie?

Yes it’s true, Nokia Aeon might be the handset that appears a couple of times in the new motion picture Echelon Conspiracy. In case you haven’t got the time and patience to watch the movie, we provide some shots from it, showing the mystery device and there’s even a trailer featuring the phone below. This […]

Nokia N97 Review

So, guess what Nokia came up with as a follow up for their Nokia 5800 XpressMusic Touchscreen phone? The Nokia N97, a Google G1 phone look-alike that sports a 3.5 inch touchscreen and a slide-out QWERTY keyboard. Here is a review by DesignThe Nokia N97 looks like a cross between a lot of different […]

Official Themes by Nokia for N70

Today, I am posting something different that I’ve never posted before. Themes, the themes I often use in my Nokia N70. I hope most of the people have N70 or Symbian 60 V2 Phone. Here are few simple but official and modified themes for your Nokia mobile phones which are converted from latest Nokia’s models […]

Samsung Omnia review by Engadget

Samsung Omnia is now available in my country. I searched a review about the Omnia over internet and Engadgets comes with good review.No longer does Windows Mobile alone a capable smartphone make. The platform’s core is as relevant, powerful, and well-supported as ever, but that’s not the problem — the real issue is that it’s […]

Samsung Propel – green (AT&T) by Nicole Lee

The name might not indicate it, but the Samsung Propel is one of the latest in a line of AT&T messaging phones (the Pantech Matrix is another one), perhaps as a response to the recent text messaging craze that is sweeping the nation. Equipped with a slide-out QWERTY keyboard, the Propel is not a smartphone, […]

Palm Treo Pro review by Ryan

The Treo Pro is Palm’s second new device of 2008. The Treo Pro brings something to Palm’s lineup that has been sorely needed in recent times, a dramatically refreshed smartphone that delivers a modern new look with the features to match. It further enhances its profile with a pleasant amount of innovative new features packed […]

Nokia E71 Review by

Have you wondered if this could replace your work Windows Mobile device or Blackberry?. My impressions (both good and bad) after the break. Let me start off first by saying that I love this thing. While Mark is quite fond of camera/media features (as he blogs/vlogs much more than I do), I appreciate the business […]

Nokia 5800 Tube Express Media

The Nokia Tube will feature a 3.2 megapixel camera with autofocus, 3.2-inch touchscreen display with 16 Million colors which ok is a little smaller than the iPhone but still good, there will be quad-band (850/900/1800/1900Mhz) GSM/EDGE radio with 3G UMTS/HSDPA, TV-out port, Bluetooth 2.0, GPS and the what everyone wants on their mobile phones WiFi, […]