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Key features:

  • Full QWERTY keyboard
  • 2.4" 262K-color QVGA display inside
  • 1.45" 262K-color secondary display
  • Symbian OS v9.2 with S60 rel. 3.1 UI
  • 3G with HSDPA
  • Compact dimensions for a communicator
  • 2 megapixel fixed-focus camera
  • Built-in GPS receiver with excellent sensitivity
  • More affordable than other communicators
  • Bluetooth and USB v2.0
  • 64MB of internal memory and microSD card slot

Main disadvantages:

  • No Wi-Fi
  • Mediocre camera
  • No image geotagging
  • Tiny external display of little usability
  • Unimpressive battery life
  • No A-GPS
  • No document editor out-of-the-box
  • No PDF reader or ZIP manager preinstalled
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To do this you just need a memory card reader and a pc. Right put your memory card in your memory card reader and use windows defrag to defragment all the files on your memory card.Then after the defragment is complete put the mmc back in your phone and it works 100% and with better speed than previous.Because I have tested it myself and i know it works u will notice your apps open quicker. Enjoy with your fast access mobile phone.
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Not only do all of the mobile phone operators have search engines built into their portals (some of which are powered by internet search engines) but the main internet search engines have gone mobile too:

Google mobile: http://www.google.com/m/
Yahoo mobile: http://wap.yahoo.com/
MSN mobile: http://www.msn.com/ (the site knows automatically that you are on a mobile).

Use this search engines and search any important information instantly through mobile phones.
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Nokia N96 Will Be First Released in September

According Tech2, the Indian version of the N96 will be special, come with pre-loaded Bollywood content, including: Om Shanti Om film (full length), about 50 video clips and many songs in English and hindi. The smartphone will be three N-Gage games as well as maps of India, Singapore and the United Arab Emirates.

As the "normal" features of the new Nseries, they include: 2.8-inch TFT with 16 million colors and resolution QVGA, a 5-megapixel autofocus camera with Carl Zeiss optics, flash and video recording, GSM and connectivity HSDPA, a huge internal memory of 16 GB (expandable through a microphone or product and map), GPS, Wi-Fi, full HTML browser, e-mail, Media Player with many formats supported , A 3.5 mm headphone jack, FM radio with RDS, TV output and DVB-H TV receiver, with 2.0 Bluetooth A2DP and many others.

The N96 runs on Symbian S60 Edition 3.2 and comes with a dual-sliding

Features of N96

  • 5MP Auto-Focus camera with Carl Zeiss Optics
  • 2.8-inch TFT display with a 240 x 320 pixel resolution and 16 million colors
  • Automatically tag images with capture location and upload to web
  • Wireless LAN with auto hotspot authentication
  • Access images, music, podcasts, video with high speed WLAN, or 3.5G connection
  • Provides you the way with Nokia Maps and integrated A-GPS
  • Bluetooth wireless technology with A2DP stereo audio

Price list of Nokia N96 Mobile phone in India

The division of India introduced the Nokia N96 during a recent event held, saying that users would be able to buy from September. The retail price of the new Nseries smartphone will be around 36000 rupees (828 USD or 526 Euros).

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LG KF700 mobile phone review

The LG KF700 (codenamed Virgo) is among the latest LG full touch handsets. Besides being one of the most affordable one among those, it stands out with multiple control-and-navigation methods. LG KF700 puts together a 3" touchscreen display, a slide-out standard keypad and a side mounted scroll wheel with an adjacent OK key. The neat and solid KF700 blends together elegance and great web surfing to broaden its appeal beyond the fashion-savvy.

With 3.5G aboard on a sharp and nifty touch UI, we waste no time to fire it up and see it perform. Stay with us for more of LG KF700.

Key features

  • Tri-band GSM/GPRS/EDGE plus HSDPA 7.2Mbps
  • 3 megapixel autofocus camera
  • Secondary camera for video calls
  • 3" 262K-color TFT touchscreen display with a 240x480 pixel resolution
  • Touch feedback (haptics)
  • FM radio
  • Stereo Bluetooth
  • 176MB internal memory, microSD card slot (hot-swap)
  • Sliding hardware keypad
  • Side scroll wheel with an OK key
  • Retail headset has a standard 3.5mm audio jack
  • Office document viewer
  • Multi-tasking support with a task manager
  • Pleasing touch-optimized web browser
  • Google Maps pre-installed

Main disadvantages

  • The side scroll wheel seems redundant
  • Image quality is only average
  • Video recording maxes out at QVGA@15fps
  • FM radio has no RDS
  • Music player lacks equalizer settings
  • Web browser doesn't have flash support
  • No screen auto rotation

The LG KF700 was announced back in February 2008 and this review is not our first encounter with it - you may remember we did a quick and dirty preview of a pre-release sample back in May. Now that we have a retail KF700 unit, we decided to upgrade our preview to a full-featured review, covering all the ins and outs of this affordable touch phone.

LG KF700 has a remarkably responsive user interface, fashionable looks and strives to deliver most of the multimedia applications you might want in a mobile phone. The three input methods are diverse enough for you to find your preference. However, all the three types are rather fused - the only one you could go without is the scroll wheel. The touchscreen display does the job for most tasks, but you need the keypad to enter text. The keypad is useless on its own too, because it has no D-pad. So in the end, you are bound to use at least two of the input methods described.

Combining all three navigation modes more or less puts the KF700 in a class of its own, but you may still find a few alternatives worth considering.

LG KF700 is currently selling at about 230 euro (or 340 US dollars), which basically is a really competitive price - you would be hard pressed to find a sleek touch phone for less, unless of course you go for an at least year-old UIQ or Windows Mobile device.

Still, for a little extra cash (about 50 euro or 75 US dollars more) you will have a much wider

choice with some excellent contenders for your money. Both the LG Viewty and the Samsung F480 Tocco are some great devices that deserve your attention. Just in case you really need that hardware keypad, you might also consider the LG KF750 Secret, which offers some touchscreen functionality too - not throughout the whole interface but it covers all the basics. That LG KF700 was thrown directly against Samsung F700 is a tempting assumption to make (how about model designation too). Take the QWERTY away and you got two handsets that are as good as twins.

Ok, there must be a bunch of WinMo phones out there too, but LG KF700 doesn't seem willing to compete with smartphones. Anyway, let's waste no more time and see what the LG KF700 has in store for us. Take the jump for more on construction and ergonomics.

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Sony Ericsson P910i Smartphone



The Sony Ericsson P910 is a smartphone by Sony Ericsson and the successor of the Sony Ericsson P900. The P910 has a full QWERTY keyboard on the back of the flip (the flip can also be removed completely, allowing for a 'traditional' PDA form-factor.) The biggest change from the P900 to the P910 is that the P910 now supports Memory Stick Pro Duo and the phone's internal memory has been upped from 16MB to 64MB. Although Memory Stick Pro Duo comes in larger capacities, the maximum supported by the P910 is 1GB owing to performance lags. It is powered by an ARM9 processor clocked at 156MHz and runs the popular Symbian OS with the UIQ graphical user interface. Also, the touchscreen displays 262,144 colours (an 18-bit colour depth) , as opposed to the P900's 65,536 (16-bit).

It has PDA and digital camera – with video. Writing e-mail on a mobile device has never been easier. P910i has a fully featured keyboard on the back of the flip for easy text input. And what about taking pictures and sending them to your friend’s mobile phone or e-mail – this is easy too. Press the camera button, tap the send button on the P910i touchscreen, choose a contact and your picture or video clip is on its way.
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The Xperia X1i, from Sony Ericsson's swank new Xperia line, has a unique arc slider with a wide pitch QWERTY keyboard in a metal-finish body. The display panel is large and finger-friendly, making it easy to access applications.

It has a ridiculously high-resolution screen and an amazing list of multimedia features -- modem, 3.2 megapixel auto-focus camera, video recording and streaming function, FM radio, support of Bluetooth stereo (A2SP), Windows Media Player, Internet Explorer coupled with RSS feeds, GPS and wireless LAN connection.
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IPHONE 3G review

Introduction:

It's finally here - the iPhone 3G. No, we mean that literally. It's finally at our office and boy, are we excited! GPS, HSDPA purring under the new iPhone hood with a hefty number of software enhancements.

But all them software goodies are available for the first-gen iPhone too - so is it worth the fuss? It may as well be, but we never know before we take it out for a spin.

Key features:

  • 3.5" 16M-color TFT display with a resolution of 480 x 320 pixels
  • Quad-band GSM support
  • Tri-band UMTS support with HSDPA
  • Built-in GPS receiver
  • Wi-Fi
  • 8 to 16GB of onboard storage
  • Accelerometer, proximity sensor and ambient light sensor
  • 2 megapixel camera
  • Silky smooth user interface with multi-touch user support
  • Unsurpassed web surfing experience
  • Push email with MS Exchange support
  • AppStore access for direct application download and installation
  • Redone rear
  • TV-out port

Main disadvantages:

  • No video calls over the 3G network
  • The handset wobbles on hard even surfaces
  • There are a number of messaging downers
  • Camera has no auto focus, nor video recording… nor any settings at all
  • Safari browser doesn't support Flash and Java, doesn't have a download manager
  • Bluetooth support limited to headset use only (no A2DP or file transfers)
  • No office document editor
  • No copy/paste functionality
  • You cannot sync Notes and TO-DOs
  • No memory card slot (but knowing Apple there will never be one)

Now, since we'll be heavily comparing the old and new iPhone, how about the following arrangement - the first one we'll call Number One and the newbie will be Number Two. Sorted. Wait a minute, no good? Crap, we knew it. OK then, the first one will be the iPhone 1G (as in "generation" of the device), while the new one will still be iPhone 3G (as in "generation" of the wireless network). That might sound inconsistent, but it's short and we like it this way, so before you go ballistic in the comments section, remember Number One and Number Two.

So, back to the drill - the 3G-enabled iPhone was rumored ever since the iPhone 1G surfaced last year. Now that we have the real thing in our hands, it doesn't seem that groundbreaking anymore. Nevertheless, there are quite a few things to cover so we think reviewing it in detail is worth it. There's the updated design, the new white color (which we happen to have), the new iPhone 2.0 firmware/software/OS (call it what you will) with AppStore on board, the push email functionality and, finally, the GPS and HSDPA topping.

We will also be on the lookout for improvements in terms of audio quality, loudspeaker volume and camera image quality against the iPhone 1G.

Seems like quite a workload, so let's waste no more time and get to it. Join us after this short break for more on the iPhone 3G.

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The first information that Sony Ericsson is going to let out a remake of the is no time successful T610, has appeared in the beginning of July. And here all rumors and guesses were materialized in the form of new Sony Ericsson T700 – 3,2 Megapixel with stereo columns and the 2-inch TFT-display. Phone is intended for work in networks GSM/GPRS/EDGE,UMTS/HSDPA 3G, its thin metal the body has only 10 mm in thickness, onboard there are 512 Mb of memory. To get T700 it will be possible in silvery, black-silvery and black-red colors of a body. The output of phone is planned for 4-th quarter of this year.
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Sony ericsson w595

Sony Ericsson W595 comes next in line sporting quad-band GSM support and 3G with HSDPA. The slider also boasts a 3 megapixel camera that unfortunately has no autofocus. The display will be a 2.2" one of QVGA resolution, capable of showing up to 262K colors.

The usual suspects - Bluetooth (with A2DP), USB (through Sony Ericsson's proprietary port) and FM radio with RDS are all on board Sony Ericsson W595. A 2GB M2 memory card will come in the retail package to extend the 40MB of built-in memory.

The color versions of the Sony Ericsson W595 are Active Blue, Cosmopolitan White, Jungle Grey and Lava Black. The handset will be released in Q4 of 2008.
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Samsung i900 Omnia 16GB 5 MegaPixel Camera

It seems like Samsung will offer a new color for the i900 Omnia. The 16GB version of the Windows Mobile powerhorse will have a white back panel as an option. The front panel of the Omnia will stay the same and the changes will only apply to the battery cover.

By the end of this month the Samsung i900 Omnia will have a white dress to show off with - after all one of its greatest rivalries (you know who) is already selling with one. As it's evident, the changes go further than the color itself. The new Snow White Omnia back panel doesn't have the brushed metal finish but instead it comes with a wavy pattern that reminds of some of Nokia N-series devices.

Currently this is the only photo that's available, but we bet we will be buried with them sometime this month. The new color will hit Singapore, there's no word for now on its wider-scale market availability.

In the meantime you are welcome to jump to our Samsung Omnia review for a quick fix on why the Omnia will be one of the most popular devices this year.

Source: gsmarena

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Skype available for Windows Mobile download now

Skype has finally been updated to run of Windows Mobile 6.1 Professional. WM 6.1 devices are spawning recently and it was about time to add support for those too. We successfully installed and used the Skype for Windows Mobile client on both the Samsung i900 Omnia and the HTC Touch Diamond.

Chatting over Skype is not bad at all; unfortunately making calls over HSDPA is still a mucky business when it comes to voice quality. It's much better on Wi-Fi internet connection.

Another drawback is that during calls the touchscreen remains active and you are bound for accidental cheek-and-ear presses on the display. Also the green and red receiver keys don't seem to work for Skype call management and video calls are not an option despite both handsets have dedicated video call cameras.

The new Skype 2.2.0.45 however failed to make use of the full Samsung Omnia screen real estate in all application windows. Yes, it gets used properly when you are viewing your contacts list or the settings page, however most of the other windows leave an unused white or black band at the bottom of the screen. At least it doesn't hurt functionality.

You can download Skype 2.2.0.45 here both in .exe and .cab variant.
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