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Nokia 6682 Reviews

Nokia 6682 cellphoneHere are some reviews of the Nokia 6682 1.2 megapixel camera phone with flash.

Nokia 6682 Reviews

Nokia 6682 receives 4 points (out of 5) in a cameraphone review from PC Magazine:

A smartphone with the accent on “phone,” the Nokia 6682 is a powerful, flexible device for people who want a phone that happens to do more than just make calls. The Nokia 6682 is the successor to the Nokia 6620 and the Nokia 7610, and it improves on both of them. Like the 6620 and 7610, it runs on the Symbian Series 60 operating system. Symbian Series 60, like Windows Mobile and Palm OS, has plenty of third-party software support; Symbian phones, however, typically focus more on phone functions than on messaging.

The bottom line of this Nokia 6682 review: “A powerful, flexible smartphone that never forgets it’s first and foremost a phone.”

Another good Nokia 6682 review comes from BargainPDA that states:

“After several weeks with the 6682 as my primary phone and sometimes PDA, I enjoy it. It’s small enough to be pocketable, but has enough functionality to let me put out fires when they occur. I don’t feel comfortable living on the 6682 as a PDA for an extended period of time, but that’s largely due to the input issues, lack of Exchange connection and a few software limitations. I feel like this device serves well as a notebook compliment, for someone who doesn’t really need the features of a full-fledged PDA, but needs more than what a typical mobile phone can deliver. ”

Phone Scoop also reviews the Nokia 6682 the and writes :

“Considering its great battery life, reception, camera and features, there are few for whom the 6682 would not be a great phone. Like all smartphones, the 6682 has a steeper learning curve than most feature phones. Nokia continues to make progress with Series 60 in an effort to make it the most user-friendly smartphone OS, and they continue to dominate the smartphone market thanks to these efforts. Once familiar with the 6682 and its OS, there are few needs it can’t safisfy.”

Nokia N90 – Media Phone of the Year in Europe

Nokia N90 wins a new award From EISA Awards 2005/2006 : the european media phone of the year is the new Nokia cell phone N90 which features Carl Zeiss optics, 2 megapixel sensor, 20x digital zoom, integrated flash, Bluetooth and more.

You can read more Nokia N90 reviews and info here.

About EISA and EISA awards

EISA is the largest editorial multimedia organization in Europe, with a membership of 50 Audio, Mobile Electronics, Video and Photo magazines drawn from 20 European countries. At the end of June all EISA member magazines come together in an European city for the most important meeting in the year – the elections of the European Awards. From all products introduced during the preceding twelve months, each panel must choose the best equipment in each category. One strength of EISA’s European Awards is their flexible approach. The Awards categories, for example, are not recreated automatically every year. If the jury decides that, during the previous 12 months, and within a certain category, there have been introduced no new products that really deserve an Award, which category can be cancelled temporarily. On the other hand our juries are aware of the need to follow market conditions, so every year there is the opportunity to introduce new categories.

Nokia 3230 Reviews

Nokia 3230 SmartphoneNokia 3230 camera phone features a large high-resolution color display (65.536 colors) and an integrated 1.3 megapixel camera sensor with effective resolution 1.23 megapixel( Video recording, editing and sharing, Movie Director application). Nokia 3230 cell phone also has expandable memory with a hot-swappable memory card and is powered by Symbian OS, the Series 60 platform.

Other Nokia 3230 features
– Bluetooth technology
– MMS, chat and Instant Messaging
– XHTML and HTML browser
– Push to talk with dedicated key
– Presence enhanced phonebook
– New games incl. Agent V
– Stereo FM radio and MP3 player
– Visual Radio

This is the first S60 phone from Nokia that includes a Radio Player.

Nokia 3230 Reviews
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The new N-Gage QD Silver Edition

Nokia NGage QD Silver Edition SmartphoneNokia Releases N-Gage QD Silver Edition

In a press release Nokia announced that it will be releasing an N-Gage QD Silver Edition to the European, Middle Eastern and African markets. The company affirmed that it continues to support the N-Gage platform.

“We have had a lot of requests from both consumers and trade to provide an N-Gage QD variant. This is very much in line with our fall consumer activities,”said Jukka Hosio, Director, Global Sales, Games Business Program, Nokia. “We chose silver as it’s one of the season’s most fashionable colors.”

The new N-Gage QD Silver Edition game deck has all the smartphone functionalities and connectivity features as the original N-Gage QD game deck has, including calendar, contacts, e-mail, web browsing, Bluetooth connectivity and GPRS.

The new N-Gage QD Silver Edition game deck is expected to be available, September 1st, in the European, Middle Eastern and African markets.

Nokia N91

Nokia N91 Smartphone Nokia N91 Previews, Reviews and Information

Nokia N91 Specifications and Features
This new phone from Nokia features a TFT, 256K colors display with 208 x 176 pixels resolution. This is a Nokia camera phone with a 2 MP camera ( 1600×1200 pixels for photos) and video capabilities. Nokia N91 is powered by the Symbian OS v9.1, Series 60 UI 3rd Edition and includes Wireless LAN (Wi-Fi) connection and MP3/AAC player.

With room for up to 3000 songs on the 4 GB hard disk, the Nokia N91 delivers a premier music experience.

Nokia N91 Reviews and Previews

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Nokia n90 Reviews and Information

New Nokia N90 Camera PhoneNokia N90 Features and Specs

The new phone model from Nokia features an amazing 2 MP camera , (1600×1200 pixels resolution) with Carl Zeiss optics, autofocus, video, flash. This Nokia smartphone is powered by the Symbian OS 8.1a , Series 60 UI. The display size is 352 x 416 pixels featuring a 90 deg rotating screen (TFT, 256K colors)

The phone also features RS-DV-MMC card slot for external memory (up to 1 Gb).

Other features: MP3/AAC/MPEG4 player, Java MIDP 2.0, Bluetooth, EDGE, Push to talk, xHTML/HTML browser.

Nokia N90 Reviews

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Nokia 6600 reviews

Nokia 6600 camera phoneThe Nokia 6600 camera phone is one of the best phones out there. It has everything—the Symbian OS for e-mail, MMC support, streaming video, a camera and video recorder, and Bluetooth. Business users will appreciate the small size and features Symbian delivers. Consumers will love it because it’s simply a very cool phone.

Nokia 6600 reviews

PC Magazine has a Nokia 6600 review:

The next-generation Nokia camera phone is an ideal blend of both useful and cool features. Offering everything from streaming video to Symbian e-mail, this hot phone is fully loaded.
Wrapped in a sleek-looking 4.4 ounce package, the 6600 includes a crisp 2.1-inch screen, Bluetooth and IR ports, a VGA camera, MMC support, and Symbian OS 7.0.

Whether you’re a business professional or a consumer just looking for a cool camera phone, the 6600 has you covered.

CNET Reviews writes in its Nokia 6600 mobile phone review:
“There’s so much to like about the 6600 that its thickness is easily forgivable. It is one of the best-featured Nokias we’ve seen, and better yet–most of these functions are well-implemented.” The mobile phone got an “Excellent” 8 rating from editors.

ZDnet has an Nokia 6600 review and writes:

“Nokia’s smart phones never scored major points for style, and the Nokia 6600 for T-Mobile service is no exception. Armed with Bluetooth, Symbian OS, a quality camera, and an MMC memory-expansion slot, the 6600 offers a feature list similar to that of the Nokia 3620 but in a smaller package. Overall, it’s a solid addition to the carrier’s lineup, and at $149.99 with service, it’s fairly priced. ”

Bottom Line of this Nokia 6600 review:
“The Nokia 6600 isn’t the sexiest or the smallest cell phone we’ve seen, but it packs plenty of high-end features that will please smart-phone addicts.”

Another Nokia 6600 smartphone review comes from InfoSyncWorld:

The 6600 is more of an evolution than a revolution. In spite of this, Nokia’s third generation smartphone finally performs the long-anticipated, proverbial slam dunk as a number of scattered improvements raise the overall impression to one of utter reliability and versatility. Frustratingly, it still lacks Notes synchronization with desktop PIMs, but this aside the Nokia 6600 presents itself as a potentially excellent tool for business users and one very smart phone for everyone else.

Nokia 7650 first camera phone from Nokia

Nokia 7650 smartphoneDo you remember the Nokia 7650 camera phone? Yes, it was the first camera phone and the first mobile phone with color screen from Nokia. When it was launched back in 2002 this phone made a lot of waves.

Another great feature of the Nokia 7650 smartphone was the Symbian OS. The Nokia 7650 uses the Nokia Series 60 platform (powered by Symbian OS v6.1), and it was viewed as a combined mobile phone, digital camera and PDA.

The Nokia 7650 mobile phone has 4MB of onboard memory, a colour screen, digital camera that takes 640×480 images, and has screen dimensions of 176×208 pixels (34×41 mm). It also have features like Bluetooth, GPRS, MMS (Multimedia Messaging Service) that today are a standard.

This Nokia Mobile Phone was also the first Slider Phone. Yes it was the first, and until this year Nokia never released another slider phone.

Nokia 7650 features an 103 Mhz CPU which is fast enough. The phone still can handle almost any Symbian application on the market but is very limited by the memory (only 4 megs available).

A lot of people loved Nokia 7650 and a lot of people still use it today.