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Nokia Releases 6133 With T-Mobile

Posted in Mobile Phones,Nokia,T-Mobile by Darrin Olson on October 23rd, 2006

Nokia 6133The Nokia 6133 mobile phone became the latest of many available from T-Mobile USA recently. The 6133 is a clam shell design with a 1.3 megapixel camera and video recorder, integrated music player and T-Mobile’s “myFaves” service, which lets you call 5 different predefined numbers unlimited in the US.

The Nokia 6133 also has quad-band technology for world use, and supports multiple audio formats including MP3, AAC, AAC+ and eAAC+. The mobile phone can also store approximately 750 songs with an optional 1 GB MicroSD card, and uses Bluetooth technology for a wireless headset. The handset is available for $100 with a plan with T-Mobile.
Nokia 6133 Dimensions: 3.61 x 1.88 x 0.79 inches (at largest points), 3.95 ounces.

Press Release [Nokia]

Nokia Teams with Digital Media Distributor Loudeye

Posted in Nokia by Quagmire on October 17th, 2006

NokiaNokia recently announced that it has completed its acquisition of Loudeye Corp for about $60 million. Loudeye is a leader in digital music distribution across Europe. The company’s digital media offerings range from application development to content acquisition, fulfillment, and distribution with services consisting of encoding media content and metadata content creation.

“With this acquisition completed, Nokia is on target to deliver the best fully integrated mobile music experience to our customers during 2007,” said Anssi Vanjoki, executive vice president and general manager, Multimedia, Nokia. “This new team brings the enthusiasm and expertise that make experiences such as our recently announced Music Recommenders service possible. Our vision is to enable people to access all the music they want, anywhere, anytime and at a reasonable cost; this is driving the development of our music offering.”

Digital music is one of the key drivers for selling higher-priced phones …

Orb Networks MyCasting For Your Phone

Posted in Mobile Phones,Nokia,Services by Darrin Olson on October 11th, 2006

Orb MyCastingNokia is hooking up with a place called Orb Networks to make what seems to be a little competition for the SlingBox with something called MyCasting. The product will be software that will allow people to stream media from your home PC to your mobile phone, and specifically they are rolling it out with the Nokia N80 internet enabled mobile phone.

The software will allow users to seamlessly work with different media files on your PC at home, such as record television shows and watch them on the mobile phone, view videos, music and pictures. THe Slingbox’s main focus is television shows streaming to laptops without the need of a home PC to facilitate it, but Orb Networks and Nokia have a little different spin on this. It really takes a decent size step forward to being more mobile with more types …

Street Smart Nokia 5200

Posted in Mobile Phones,Nokia,Smart Devices by Chetz on October 5th, 2006

Nokia 5200Nokia says their new 5200 mobile phone has a street smart design, and I have to agree with this one. This phone has a simplistic look that makes it easy to use and straight forward. No excessive bling or anything that will bring on any unnecessary attention. It almost looks like a phone you might use for talking.

Of course, the Nokia 5200 is a new mobile phone that has been recently released, so you know it’s not just for talking. Behind this unassuming exterior is a mobile phone that has all the features you would expect from a phone these days. It covers the big three frequencies (900/1800/1900), so you can go places, lots of places. And it travels well at only 85cc and 92mm tall.

The Nokia 5200 has a VGA camera with 4x zoom, along with a built in landscape camcorder and video …

Twist with the Nokia 3250 XpressMusic

Posted in Mobile Phones,Nokia,Smart Devices by Chetz on October 2nd, 2006

Nokia 3250 XpressMusic

This is what I like to see. Another mobile phone that is breaking the mold. Too much emphasis has been placed on being so thin and it’s nice to see Nokia tout the full-figured look with their 3250 XpressMusic. Another credit to their design ingenuity for not making this phone with a clam shell design, but more so for taking a different angle and making the design so that the base of the phone twists to perform different functions.

In the normal forward mode, the Nokia 3250 operates like a regular phone with the keypad in front for dialing and common functions. Twist the base 90 degrees and you are using the camera to take a picture at 2 megapixels or to record a short video. Turn it the same direction another 90 degrees and the multimedia controls are facing the front to play …

Nokia N75 – The Smaller New Multimedia Computer

Posted in Mobile Phones,Nokia,Smart Devices by Darrin Olson on September 27th, 2006

Nokia N75

As the smallest of the new “multimedia computers” that have been announced recently by Nokia, the N75 mobile phone does not lack in it’s multimedia features. The N75 has a clam shell design with a pretty slick multimedia interface and screen that is viewable and runs when the device is closed, which makes it real handy to navigate music, pictures and video without having to even open it up. The 2 megapixel camera on the Nokia N75 mobile phone has a dedicated button to allow for quick capture of photos, as well.

The N75 also has a web browser built in to support viewing the original format of web pages and can download rss feeds with a reader to allow for reading news and information right on your phone. You can also stay connected with features for setting up email accounts or SMS and MMS. And …

Nokia N95 is Sliding in Large and in Charge

Posted in N95,Nokia,Smart Devices by Chetz on September 27th, 2006

Nokia N95
Here we go. I like to see a little innovation with some different designs in phones. The clam shell is overdone and the slide is so last month.

Nokia has come out with a new multimedia-centric mobile phone called the N95. This phone, although not real large, is not following the slim down trend of many of the other new phones. So what’s the innovation of this phone, you say? It’s the slide. Not only does the Nokia N95 slide open to expose a keypad for dialing, but it slided the opposite direction as well to expose multimedia keys on the other side. Finally a phone that goes both ways. Who would have thought?

Some other key points that makes this phone site large above the rest is it’s 5 megapixel camera, built in WiFi and integrated GPS with built in Map software with over 100 countries. …

Nokia to Embed Microsoft Live Search

Posted in Microsoft,Mobile Phones,Nokia by Paul Patterson on September 21st, 2006

NokiaNokia announced today an agreement with Microsoft to embed functionality into its Mobile Search platform. Mobile users will now have access to Live Search directly from their compatible Nokia S60 devices. The Mobile Search experience from Nokia lets users find search results faster because search will be accessible directly from the menu screen. In addition to search, Microsoft will provide advanced features such as stock quotes, movie times, and information via Encarta Instant Answers.

Windows Live“We are pleased to provide advanced Live Search services to enhance the search experience on Nokia’s S60 handsets,” said John DeVitis, product unit manager of Live Search for mobile at Microsoft Corp. “Live Search offers consumers unprecedented control and personalization giving them easy access to searching the web plus targeted instant information from their mobile devices.”

The Mobile Search service will be available …