Tuesday, January 8, 2008

Nokia 7900 Prism

Nokia 7900 Prism Key Features

  • Cutting-edge design with anodized, diamond-cut patterns on an aluminum back cover
  • Fascinating light effects – customizable with 49 different colors – when phone is turned on and off, or in idle mode
  • Marvel at a living wallpaper that animates new, dazzling patterns unique to each phone
  • Enjoy fast web browsing, quick downloads, and 6 bands of coverage with 3G capabilities
  • Capture stylish photos or videos on a 2 megapixel camera with 8x digital zoom and flash
  • Store more pictures, videos and music on 1 GB of internal memory
  • Synchronize data and contacts with PC applications using high speed USB connection or Bluetooth
  • Experience peerless color clarity and brightness with the 16 million color OLED display


  • Java™ MIDP 2.0
  • Over-the-air (OTA) download of Java™-based applications


  • WAP* 2.0 xHTML/HTML multimode browser
  • OMA (Open Mobile Alliance) DRM (digital rights management) 2.0 for secure content downloading
  • *Please note that this service is operator dependent

Camera & Video

  • Integrated 2 megapixel camera with 8x digital zoom
  • Flash modes: on, off, and automatic
  • Video recording and playback in QCIF, 3GPP, H.263, and MPEG-4 codecs and formats


  • Bluetooth 2.0
  • MicroUSB connector for charging and data transfer with USB 2.0
  • Local and remote SyncML data synchronization

Data Transfer

  • EDGE*: Class B, multislot class 10
  • GPRS: Class B, multislot class 10
  • WCDMA with simultaneous voice and packet data
  • CSD (circuit-switched data) for browsing and as data modem
  • * Please note that these services require network support


  • OLED (organic LED) display 16 million colors 240 x 320 pixels display


  • Sudoku
  • Tower Bloxx
  • Snake III
  • Music Guess


  • Text messaging: Supports concatenated SMS, picture messaging, and SMS distribution list
  • Audio messaging: Record your own voice message and send it to compatible devices
  • Nokia Xpress audio messaging: Send a spontaneously recorded voice clip via MMS
  • Predictive text input: Support for all major languages in Europe


  • Music player for MP3/AAC/eAAC+/WMA formats with skins and album art support
  • Playback of up to 9 hours
  • Exchangeable music themes
  • Interoperable with Windows Media Player
  • Visual Radio: listen to music and interact with your favorite radio stations, find out what song is playing, who sings it, and other artist information, and enter contests and answer surveys, or vote for your favorite songs
  • Download songs you buy directly to your device
    FM radio
  • Five music tracks pre-installed

Operating Frequency

  • GSM quadband 850/900/1800/1900 MHz
  • WCDMA 850/2100 MHz

Sales Package Contents

  • Nokia 7900 Prism phone
  • Nokia Battery BL-6P
  • Nokia Standard Charger AC-6
  • Nokia Headset HS-82
  • Nokia Connectivity Cable CA-101
  • User Guide
  • Product leaflet

Nokia 7900 Prism Size

  • Volume: 55cc
  • Weight: 101g
  • Length: 112 mm
  • Width: 45 mm
  • Thickness: 11 mm

Sunday, January 6, 2008

Nokia 6500 Classic

The Nokia 6500 Classic is actually a refashion of an aged French telephone release some 5 old age ago also called the 6500, Nokia are the first maker to try releasing a new French telephone with the same theoretical account figure as an old one, but in this twenty-four hours of retro smart it makes look to be the manner things are going from clothing to electricals, the aged designings are coming back from the dead and wowing audiences once more.

The new Nokia 6500 Classic is the thinnest Nokia mobile telephone ever released measurement a mere 9.5mm, the adjacent closest theoretical account is the 6300 at 11mm, the 6500 Classic may well be named after an aged theoretical account but it offers todays high specification characteristics packed into a highly desirable casing.

To begin their is a 2.0 megapixel photographic camera with a flash for mediocre visible light conditions, a digital zoom along for stopping point up picture taking and support for picture recording and playback of short picture clips. For music lovers their is an MP3 Player which can be filled with music paths by either uploading from a personal computer using a USB cablegram or downloaded direct from the mobile cyberspace before arranging paths into playlists.

The 6500 is 3G enabled which lets for extremely fast download velocities and screening of streaming media, 3G services include entree to the up-to-the-minute news headlines, weather condition reports, new film dawdlers and music pictures before their release. 3G also supplies a immense database of new mobile content such as as games, themes, ringtones and wallpapers as well as new applications for compatible devices.

There is a 2nd photographic camera situated on the presence of the Nokia 6500 which together with 3G lets the user to do and have human confront to face picture phone calls where companies can actually see as well as hear the individual they are talking with. This same engineering open ups up many new avenues of chance such as as concern usage for sharing locations and experiences with the business office whilst out in the field.

Bluetooth is also present which can be utile for custody free drive by connecting the 6500 to headsets and auto kits wirelessly keeping the drivers custody firmly and safely on the guidance wheel, as well as connecting with other compatible devices for data file sharing and presentation.

The new Gold Edition of the Nokia 6500 is a portion of the Classic scope of Nokia telephones that also includes the 6120 Classic pinkish and White Person plus the 6500 Slide, a microscope slide discrepancy with slightly higher specs and features.

The Nokia 6500 Classic sports a quad-band (850/900/1800/1900 Mhz) GSM radio with 3G and microUSB in a 9.5mm super-thin package - now that’s thin! The Nokia 6500 Slide also boasts a 3G radio and features a 3.2 megapixel camera in a stainless steel body.

Even though we still wait to see the Nokia 6500 released, Finish giant is already working on the black version of its powerful feature phone. Somehow this makes sense - the black phones usually look better, although even the original silver version of the Nokia 6500 Slide impresses. It’s kinda robust, simplistic yet it has that cool 3.2 MP camera with Carl Zeiss optics on the back.

Features of the Nokia 6500 Classic include:

  • 2 megapixel digital camera
  • Video camera (176 x 144 pixel resolution, MPEG4 format)
  • Display: 16 million colours, 240 x 320 pixels (2 inches)
  • Music player (AAC, eAAC+, and MP3 formats)
  • Integrated handsfree speaker
  • Ringtones: MP3, MP4, eAAC+, AAC, WMA & Video ringtones / 64-voice polyphonic (MIDI) ringtones
  • Voice recorder
  • Voice controls
  • Messaging: SMS, MMS, Email with attachments (POP3, IMAP4 & SMTP protocols)
  • AMS (audio messaging service) for sending voice clips over-the-air
  • Java games
  • Themes: wallpapers, sounds, screensavers, and backgrounds
  • Calendar, To-do list, Notes, Alarm clock, Stopwatch, Countdown timer, Calculator
  • xHTML web browser
  • Memory: 1 Gbyte (not expandable)
  • Connectivity: Bluetooth, micro USB 2.0
  • WAP 2.0, GPRS, EPGRS, 3G (max download 128 kbits; upload 356 kbits)
  • Quadband (GSM 850/900/1800/1900) plus dual band 3G (WCDMA 850/2100)
  • Size: 110 x 45 x 9.5 mm
  • Weight: 94g
  • Talktime: 3.5 hours
  • Battery standby: 9 days

Nokia 6500 Slide



UMTS / GSM 850 / 900 / 1800 / 1900


2007, May





96.5 x 46.5 x 16.4 mm


125 g



TFT, 16M colors


240 x 320 pixels, 2.2 inches



Polyphonic (64 channels), MP3







1000 entries, Photocall

Call records

20 dialed, 20 received, 20 missed calls

Card slot

microSD (TransFlash),

- 20 MB user free internal memory



Class 11, 53.6 kbps




Class 10, 236.8 kbps


Yes, 384 kbps




Yes, v2.0 with A2DP

Infrared port



Yes, microUSB



SMS, MMS, Email, Instant Messaging


WAP 2.0/xHTML, HTML (Opera mini)


High Roller Casino, Golf Tour, Rally 3D, Snake 3* + downloadable




3.15 MP, 2048x1536 pixels, Carl Zeiss optics, autofocus, video(VGA 15fps), flash; secondary QCIF videocall camera

- Stainless steel case
- FM radio with RDS
- Java MIDP 2.0
- Push to talk
- MP3/AAC/AAC+ player
- T9
- Calendar
- Calculator
- TV out
- Built-in handsfree
- Voice memo


Standard battery, Li-Ion (BP-5M)


Up to 310 h

Talk time

Up to 6 h

Nokia N81


  • Talk time 4 Hours
  • Standby time 384


  • Camera resolution 2-megapixel
  • Digital zoom 20 x
  • Video capture Yes


  • Networks GSM 850, GSM 900, GSM 1800, GSM 1900, UMTS 2100
  • Wireless technology
  • Bluetooth, 802.11b
  • Data services
  • WAP
  • USB connectivity
  • Yes


  • Main display: Screen resolution 240 x 320 pixels
  • Main display: Number of colours 16 million


  • Video player Yes
  • Games Yes
  • FM radio Yes
  • Music player Yes


  • Input method Numerical keypad
  • Voice recorder Yes
  • Java Yes
  • Operating system Series 60
  • Supported audio file formats AAC, AAC+, MP3, WMA
  • Supported video file formats MPEG-4, Real Video
  • Video calls Yes
  • Web browser Yes


  • Form factor Slider
  • Phone type 3G, Multimedia, Music, Gaming
  • Dimensions (W x D x H) 102 x 50 x 17.9 mm
  • Weight 140 g


  • Expansion slot microSD


  • Messaging options SMS, MMS, E-mail

Physical features

  • Available colours Black
  • Included accessories
    Manual, Software (Windows), Charger, Stereo headset, USB cable

    Price : $545.23

Nokia N82

Sales package

· Handset

· Battery (BP-6MT)

· Charger (AC-5)

· Wired stereo-headset (HS-43)

· USB data cable (CA-101)

· TV cable (CA-75U)

· microSD memory card (2 Gb)


The market is now witnessing a unique situation when Nokia has three “all-in-one” devices on offer, retails them for pretty much the same money, yet packages these solutios with different features. In Europe you will be able to grab them for:

· Nokia N95 – 480-500 Euro;

· Nokia N82 – 450 Euro;

· Nokia N81 8Gb – 430 Euro;

The Nokia N82 seems somewhat odd, however –it wedges into the Nokia’s otherwise consistent range and then provokes a natural question – Is there any real need in this phone? But the answer is right on the surface, you just need to take a better look around to figure out that the N82 is in fact strikes back at Sony Ericsson’s flagship – the Sony Ericsson K850i. This is what Nokia was set to do – roll out a direct rival for the K850i with comparable price tag and an edge in the form of S60. Speaking in favor of this guess is the fact that only now does a Nokia-branded device employs the bundled motion sensor for auto menu rotation not only in the camera application. The N82’s Xenon flash is another tribute to its imaging department. So, these two phones share a whole lot of features, plus the Nokia has hastened to release the N82 into the wild, which is not exactly typical of this company – all these facts seem to add up. The Finnish manufacturer had to launch its solution before the Christmas season and trip up the Sony Ericsson K850i. Hard to say for sure, but as I see it, the company has coped with both goals.


Taking other Nokia’s models out of the brackets, the N82 openly clashes only with the Sony Ericsson K850i, matching the former in terms of price and feature pack. Let’s take a look at the table with all primary specs of these two phones:

Nokia N82

Sony Ericsson K850i

Size, weight (mm, grams)

112x50.2x17.3, 114

102x48x17, 118


2.4 inches, TFT, QVGA, 16M

2.2 inches, TFT, QVGA, 262K

Bundled memory

100 Mb

40 Mb

Memory cards


microSD orM2


Li-Pol, 1050 mAh

Li-Pol, 930 mAh

Average battery time

1.5-2 days

2-3 days

MTP mode on USB connection



3,5 mm audio jack

On the casing

Adapter required


5 Mpix, CMOS, lens cover

5 Mpix, CMOS



Xenon + LED

Video record

VGA, up to 30 FPS

QVGA 30 fps





S60 3td Edition FP1



450 Euro

450 Euro

Putting these two handsets up against one another, you will definitely wonder how many things they actually share. All queer aspects of the Sony Ericsson K850i have been addressed in the Nokia N82 and deliberately put into the limelight. As a matter of fact, apart from throwing the camera module that is just as good or even a tiny bit better (still wrangled about), Nokia also kitted it out with the lens cover, bigger memory card shipping in the box and TV out for recorded video. Additionally, the video quality is always quite decent. The Sony Ericsson K850i’s drawbacks, or, let’s put it this way, odd features are: different ergonomics of the navigation pad and the lack of hardware soft-keys. All these sacrifices have been made so as to trim the phone’s length down. But does its size really make this much of a difference, or having a conventional keypad under your fingertips is a more important factor? Hard to tell.

One thing is for sure – while yesterdays Sony Ericsson’s imaging-heavy flagships were a step ahead of Nokia in terms of functionality, design and price-quality ratio, these days Nokia has the lead. If you look at the sales packages of these two phones, the Nokia N82 is on the richer side, also it packs a lot of extras under its hood, which is also the amenity we can’t overlook. Speaking in favor of the K850i are its longer battery life, marginally smaller dimensions and probably design for some. And undoubtedly, the love and loyalty of this brand’s followers. It is the first occasion when Nokia has managed to deliver a direct competitor to a Sony Ericsson’s imaging flagship in time. If you try to assess every model’s market performance in terms of sales, even now it’s clear that Nokia comes out victorious – there is such a vast difference between the companies size-wise.

More at http://www.mobile-review.com/review/nokia-n82-en.shtml

Nokia N3250

This model continues the 3230 and is positioned for a youth market segment. The main emphasis is placed on musical capabilities of the device. Also it has an unordinary rotatory module with a key block for controlling the player and and camera with the resolution of 2 MP.

  • Class: smartphone
  • Position in the line: above Nokia 3230
  • Rivals: Siemens SX1
  • Description based on official information
  • General features
    • Made in Finland
    • Announced in 2005, on the market since 1 quarter 2006
    • eGSM900/1800/1900
    • Battery type BP-6M, 1000 mAh
    • Battery life:
      • talk mode up to 3 hours
      • standby mode up to 245 hours
      • playing music mode up to 10 hours
    • High-contrast graphical display, 262000 colours (TFT), the resolution of 176x208 pixels, size 35x41 mm, not a touchscreen
    • 5D navi button
    • The phone is run by Symbian OS version 7.0 (interface Platform 60)
    • 28 menu languages, simultaneously you can use English and two extra languages
    • Body colours - black, silver, pink, green
    • 2.0 MP camera - the maximum resolution of 1600 x 1200 pixels, records 3GP clips (Sub QCIF or QCIF) durable of up to 60 minutes with sound. You can edit photos, video. Night mode
    • Weight: 115 gramms
    • Dimensions: 103.8x50x19.8 mm
  • Memory
    • 10 MB of memory are dynamically shared among a phone book, a calendar, messages, images and applications
    • Expansion slot for microSD cards (cards of up to 1 GB are supported)
    • You can assign to names in a phonebook a photo
    • For a name you can store Name and Surname (two lines), Company name, Position, Phone number, Mobile phone, Fax and E-mail address — totally 8 fields (you can have any number of fields).
    • Unlimited number of groups, you can assign a contact to sevral groups simultaneously
    • SIM-card entries are stored separately, viewing them with phone memory is impossible
    • Call lists, the number of entries in unlimited, all entries contain not only date and call duration, but its type specified. You can set storage period for entries in the list(by default that is a month)
    • MMS up to 300 KB for message
  • Call management, ringing tones
    • Vibracall
    • polyphonic call melodies, 64 tones
    • You can set any supported audio file as a call melody
    • Supported formats - eAAC+, AAC+, M4A, MPEG-4 ACC LC, LTP, MP3, AMR-NB, AMR-WB, MIDI, RealAudio Voice, RealAudio7, RealAudio8, WMA
    • Fast dialing for 9 numbers
    • Voice dialing for 25 numbers, voice commands
    • Speakerphone
    • Automatic redial (10 attempts)
    • Call duration is shown during a call
    • Melody editor, you can assign melodies to names in a phone book
  • SMS
    • Predictive text input Т9
    • Message templates(10 preset, also you can change them or add own)
    • Sending and receiving graphical messages
    • Concatenated messages
    • MMS
  • Connectivity
    • WAP 2.0
    • GPRS (class 10)
    • EDGE (class 10)
    • Bluetooth
    • E-mail protocols: SMTP, POP3, IMAP4
    • Synchronization with PC using a cable (USB 2.0, Mass storage profile)
    • SyncML
    • SMIL
    • Instant Messaging
    • MMS
    • Push to Talk
  • Organizer and extras
    • User's profiles(5), temporary profile
    • Time, date
    • Calculator, currency converter
    • Stopwatch(up to 20 intermediate values), countdown timer
    • Organizer with support for events of various kinds, setting reminders
    • To-do list
    • Dictaphone
    • FM-radio
    • mp3 player
    • You can record video with sound - QCIF (176x144) or subQCIF (128x96)
    • RealOne Player: playing RealMedia and 3GPP-compatible files
    • Photo album
    • MIDP JavaTM (2.0)
    • Games

Sony Ericsson W950

This was the first smartphone of the Walkman line by the company. It works in UMTS networks, has a 4GB flash memory and a preinstalled original player supporting a plenty of multimedia formats.

  • Class: smartphone, musical
  • Position in the line: starts
  • Rivals: Nokia 3250
  • General features
    • Announced in 2006
    • eGSM900/GSM1800/GSM1900/UMTS2100
    • Battery type 1120 mAh Li-Pol
      • standby mode up to 340 hours
      • talk mode up to 7.5 hours
    • Graphical color touchscreen , 262000 colours, 2.6", the resolution of 240x320 pixels (QVGA)
    • Hand input (stylus)
    • J2ME MIDP 2.0 - executable applications for Java
    • OS: Symbian 9.1 UIQ 3.0
    • Weight: 112 gramms
    • Dimensions: 106x54x15 mm
  • Memory
    • Internal memory 4 GB (Flash), dynamically shared
    • Call lists

  • Call management, ringing tones
    • Vibracall
    • 40-tones polyphony, MP3, AAC, AAC+, E-AAC+, WAV as call melodies
    • Voice dial, control
    • Speed dial for 9 numbers
    • Automatic redial

  • SMS
    • EMS
    • Sending and receiving ringing tones and animated images
    • Predictive text input Т9
    • Message templates

  • Connectivity
    • WAP 2.0
    • GPRS
    • Mail client (POP3/IMAP4)
    • Bluetooth 1.2
    • MMS
    • IrDA
    • Synchronization with PC (Bluetooth,USB 2.0,IrDA)

  • Organizer and extras
    • FM-radio with RDS
    • Walkman player
    • Processed formats: MP3, AAC, AAC+, E-AAC+, WAV and m4a
    • Preset browser Opera8
    • Support for RSS-лент
    • Stream audio and video
    • Dictaphone (works in the talk mode)
    • Automatic answering machine
    • Time, date, World time
    • Calculator, currency converter
    • Organizer with a capability to set reminders and sound alerts
    • Complete data synchronization with PC, you can view on smartphone files MS Exel, Word, PDF, PowerPoint
    • You can download Java and C++ applications
    • Games

Apple IPhone

Here is the first Apple phone. The developer claims the iPhone is not a plain phone, that is a "smart" device run by OS X. Unique user interface Multi-Touch is provided. That is a touchscreen control system ignoring accidental pressures, however it responses complex pressure combinations. The screen is 3.5" in diagonal (160 pixels for inch). Horizontal and vertical orientations are supported, switching is automatic. iPhone works in GSM netowrks (quadruple band), supports EDGE, Wi-Fi and Bluetooth 2.0. Besides, there is a 2MP camera, 3.5 mm earphone connector. The American operator Cingular will release this device in two versions - with 4 and 8 GB of integrated flash memory.

  • Class: smartphone, multimedia
  • Position in the line: starts
  • Rivals: Sony Ericsson W950
  • Description based on official information
  • General features
    • Announced in 2007, official announcement on the 09 January 2007
    • eGSM 850/900/1800/1900
    • Battery type Li-Ion
    • Battery life:
      • talk mode/video playback/web-surfing up to 5 hours
      • music playback mode up to 16 hours
    • 3.5" touchscreen with the resolution of 320x480 pixels
    • Operating system: OS X
    • Input system: Multi-touch
    • Сolours: black and silver
    • Weight: 135 gramms
    • Dimensions: 115x61x11,6 mm
  • Memory
    • Phonebook, each name entry may contain several numbers, assign an image, a photo and a melody, including MP3/AAC
    • Users groups
    • Call lists with date and time specified
    • 4 GB or 8 GB of internal memory
  • Call management, ringing tones
    • Vibracall
    • Polyphonic call melodies
    • Automatic redial
    • Speakerphone
  • SMS
    • Concatenated messages
    • Message templates
    • Sending and receiving graphical messages
  • Camera
    • Integrated 2.0 MP camera (the maximum resolution of 1600x1200 pixels)
  • Multimedia
    • mp3/aac files as a call melody
    • Integrated video and audio player (MPEG4, H.263, МР3, ААС, ААС+, е-ААС)
  • Connectivity
    • Integrated mail client (SMTP/POP3/IMAP4)
    • GPRS
    • EDGE
    • WAP 2.0/xHTML Safari Web-browser
    • Bluetooth 2.0
    • Wi-Fi (802.11b/g)
    • MMS
    • SyncML
    • Synchronization with PC
  • Organizer and extras
    • Google Maps
    • Date, time, world time
    • Alarm clock, reminder
    • Timer, stopwatch, calculator

Nokia N95 8GB

Main disadvantages

  • Comes at an overpriced price tag
  • Wobbly slider
  • 2 MP camera with neither autofocus, nor flash
  • Only 40 MB internal memory
  • Video recording in QVGA resolution at 15fps
  • Irrelevant gaming/photo keys
  • No skins for the Walkman player

Key features

  • 2.8″ 16M color QVGA display
  • 5 megapixel camera with auto focus and Carl Zeiss optics
  • Massive storage capacity and increased RAM
  • Wi-Fi with UPnP technology
  • Built-in GPS receiver and A-GPS functionality
  • Nokia maps application covering over 100 countri es worldwide
  • Dual-slide design with dedicated multimedia keys
  • Standard 3.5mm audio jack
  • 3G (with HSDPA), EDGE and GPRS support
  • Symbian OS 9.2 Series 60 3rd edition Feature Pack 1 user interface
  • TV-out functionality
  • 1200 mAh battery

Main disadvantages

  • No camera lens protector
  • No RDS system for the FM radio
  • Below average GPS performance, no 3rd party apps support
  • Extra charges for voice assisted navigation
  • Cannot edit office documents
  • No card slot
  • Doesn’t charge when connected to USB

Sony Ericsson W910

Key features

  • HSDPA (3.6 Mbps), EDGE, Bluetooth (with A2DP)
  • SensMe™ and Shake control features
  • Slim sliding construction
  • Media Center, Walkman 3.0
  • Dedicated Call and End keys
  • Fast photo browser
  • Ample 2.4″ display
  • Powerful loudspeaker
  • FM radio with RDS
  • 1GB or 2GB M2 card included, M2 USB card reader

Main disadvantages

  • Comes at an overpriced price tag
  • Wobbly slider
  • 2 MP camera with neither autofocus, nor flash
  • Only 40 MB internal memory
  • Video recording in QVGA resolution at 15fps
  • Irrelevant gaming/photo keys
  • No skins for the Walkman player

Nokia 3110 Evolve

General Network GSM 900 / GSM 1800 / GSM 1900
Announced 2007, December
Status Coming Soon
Size Dimensions 108.5 x 45.7 x 15.6 mm, 72 cc
Weight 87 g
Display Type TFT, 256K colors
Size 128 x 160 pixels

- 5-way navigation key
- Downloadable wallpapers, screensavers
Ringtones Type Polyphonic (64 channels), MP3, AAC
Customization Download
Vibration Yes
Memory Phonebook Yes
Call records 20 dialed, 20 received, 20 missed calls
Card slot microSD, up to 2 GB supported
- 9 MB internal memory
Data GPRS Class 10 (4+1/3+2 slots), 32 - 48 kbps
EDGE Class 10, 236.8 kbps
3G No
Bluetooth Yes, v2.0 (with A2DP)
Infrared port Yes
Features Messaging SMS, MMS, Email
Browser WAP 2.0/xHTML
Games Downloadable
Colors Grey
Camera 1.3 MP, 1280×960 pixels, video
- Java MIDP 2.0
- Stereo FM radio
- MP3/MP4/AAC+/3gp/WMA player
- Calendar
- Calculator
- Built-in handsfree
- Voice memo
- Voice command
- T9
- Built-in handsfree
- Push to talk
Battery Standard battery, Li-Ion 1020 mAh (BL-5C)
Stand-by Up to 380 h
Talk time Up to 3 h 30 min