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Sunday, December 14, 2008


Nokia N70 NOKIA N70 IS VERY RELIABLE MOBILE FOR ALL ACCESSING MULTIMEDIA FUNCTIONS: Manufacturer Nokia Available Q3 2005 Screen 176 x 208 pixels, 35 x 41 mm Camera 2 Megapixels (Back) Second camera 0.3 Megapixels (Front) Operating system Symbian OS v8.1a, S60 Second Edition, Feature Pack 3 Input Keypad CPU TI OMAP 1710 ARM-926 220 MHz Ringtone Polyphonic (64 channels), Monophonic, MP3, True Tones Memory 22 MB Memory card DV RS-MMC / MMC-Mobile Networks GPRS, EDGE, WCDMA Battery Li-Ion BL-5C Battery, 3.7V, 850mAh Physical size 108.8 x 53 x 21.8 mm, 95.9 cc Weight 126 g Form factor Candybar Predecessor Nokia 6680 Successor Nokia N73 The Nokia N70 is a multimedia 3G smartphone made by Nokia and launched in Q3 2005. In 2007, it was the second most popular cellular phone, with 8% of all sales at Rampal Cellular Stockmarket.[1] FeaturesThe Nokia N70 (Model N70-1) (2002) is one of the handsets in Nokia's Nseries lineup of smart phones. It is equipped with a 2 megapixel camera with built-in flash, a front VGA camera to allow video calling, FM radio, Bluetooth, digital music player functionality, and support for 3D Symbian, Java games and other S60 2nd Edition software. It uses the S60 user interface and the Symbian 8.1a operating system. At the time of its launch, the N70 had the most built-in memory alongside its system memory and was the penultimate (before the related N72) Symbian OS 8.x device released by Nokia, since the introduction of their new OS9 platform released in 2003 which offers more flexibility than the original that was made in 1998 and upgraded from then on. In 2006 Nokia released N70 Music Edition phoneN70-5 modelTwo months after N70 became available Nokia also released N70 model without 3G support. N70-5 model doesn't have front camera, otherwise all functions are the same as N70-1 model. It was shipped to China, Mexico and East Europe markets and provides a lower-cost option for users who don't want or need 3G services. [2] Music EditionIn 2006 Nokia released its Music Edition series for N70, N73 and N91. All had black housings and new sales boxes and packages, and were special for their extra storage capacity as compared to the standard models. Music Edition of the N70-1 model featured 1GB memory card, 3.5 mm audio adapter, and some additional themes. WELL REPLY BY COMMENTS

Friday, December 12, 2008


The Nokia N91 is a mobile phone that was released to the public in April of 2006. It is part of the Nokia Nseries range of mobile phone. It features a 2-megapixel camera and a 4GB (8GB in the "new" 2006 version) hard disk to store approximately (XpressMusic) that slide down to reveal traditional mobile phone keys. The phone features a new version of the Symbian Series 60 Operating System. It was the first phone with this version (Symbian version 9.1, Series 60 version 3.0). The new version is needed for the support of a mechanical hard disk. In the past, the version of the Symbian operating system has been a good indicator of CPU speed. In the adverts for the phone it was stated that because of its 3.5 mm plug input, Nokia recommends quality headphones made from Bose and Sennheiser. N91 also comes standard with a full Web browser Also, in old firmware versions, when you install a new theme, it will reset itself back to the default theme. Users can update the firmware using Nokia's PC Suite. The key features which holds it on is a steel body with a futuristic look, N91 has a heavy body to subtle its loud music vibration and to hold the 4 gb Hard disk, first of its kind in mobile phones. With a 2 mega pixel camera to add on its an added advantage, but the resolution has been reduced to 176 x 208 CIF to increase the battery power to an optimization of min 8 hrs to 24 hrs of pure music play, depending on the format used but it can’t play an OGG format :( . It’s a hard hit on a MP3 market but wait till the Mp3 kings like ipod coming up soon with their own mobile phones. Advantages: Steel body parts External music controls on the sliding keypad cover 2 Mega Pixel Camera 4 GB hard disk Standard 3.5 mm jack Wi-Fi 3G support via network Symbian 9.1 OS Active stand-by mode Built-in FM radio USB support Extremely fast Java Manual keypad lock A number of extras that come in the original package Disadvantages: OS incompatibility Way too many constructional drawbacks for this price range Quite big and heavy Display is poorer than competitors' displays Poor macro mode of the camera No Infrared port Slower than common mobiles WELL I THINK THE DISADVANTAGES ARE IGNORABLE SO THAT TO BECOME COMFORTABLE WITH HANDSET
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