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Nokia heads into 2135

Posted in Mobile Phones,Nokia by Chetz on October 16th, 2007

Nokia 2135 is an affordable CDMA mobile phoneNokia has announced a new CDMA mobile phone called the Nokia 2135. The new gabber is expected to be introduced into the North American marketplace later this fall and features a nice array of features for an introductory model. This new model will target those just looking to stay in touch with others and aren’t concerned about any of the bells or the whistles.

The handset does have a speakerphone for hands-free talks, user-assignable ringtones to identify different callers, a built-in calendar and voice recorder good for up to 60 seconds of note taking and a phonebook holding up to 400 different entries. Battery life is also decent for 3 and a half hours of talk or 11 days of standby. The phone will come in two color models, one with a black keypad and the other in silver to complement the unit’s silver finish. No price was provided but Nokia did use the word “affordable” more than once.

Nokia N95 8GB shipping worldwide, some with Spiderman

Posted in Mobile Phones,N95,Nokia by Darrin Olson on October 15th, 2007

Nokia N95 8GB model with special Spider-Man 3 editionNokia has announced that today the larger capacity 8GB N95 will start shipping worldwide, going for about $764. The release has been enhanced for some geographical areas with a little help from Sony and the new N95 will come loaded with a feature-length version of Spider-Man 3, a Siper-Man ringtone and games. Unfortunately for those of us in the U.S. this is only going to consumers in Europe, the Middle East and Africa.

Nokia 6301 UMA phone uses GSM and Wi-Fi

Posted in Mobile Phones,Nokia,Orange,UMA,Wi-Fi by Reuben Drake on September 21st, 2007

Nokia 6301 is a cell phone that provides seemless switch between GSM and WLAN Wi-Fi connections via UMANokia launched a pretty cool product yesterday with the Nokia 6301 mobile phone. The device features a thin, sleek design and looks similar to many other mobile phones that are released these days, but it has a more unique feature you’ll probably be seeing more of going forward.

The 6301 phone is able to seamlessly switch between GSM cellular connections and Wi-Fi connections, allowing voice connectivity through each when needed. The phone can pick up standard cell coverage when you’re out and about like any other cell phone. When your indoors where you might not get the best cell coverage it can switch over and start utilizing your Wi-Fi network instead through Unlicensed Mobile Access (UMA) technology.

Nokia E51 smartphone for business and pleasure

Posted in Mobile Phones,Nokia,Smart Devices by Matt on September 18th, 2007

Nokia E51 Smartphone for business use with a simple designNokia’s release of the E51 comes in response to the demand for business users who want a device that provides both the latest business technologies as well as functionality found in their private phones. Nokia E51 owners with Mobility Solutions will enjoy mobile telephony, email and messaging, office phone functionality while lightening expenses by consolidating to one phone number, one voice mailbox and one dial plan.

The E51 is a simple and elegant solution to an increasing demand for simplicity, with dedicated keys for quicker access to email, calendar and contact screens and a home screen displaying user selected icons to most used applications. An indicator light alerts the user to incoming mail from a number of sources including Microsoft Exchange Server, and the phone provides a streamlined email experience with easy access to attachments. The phone includes set-up wizards for simple step-by-step set up of these applications providing business users a smartphone that is easy to use, setup and maintain.

Nokia’s Flip-Open Portable Speakers

Posted in Nokia,Speakers by Darrin Olson on September 9th, 2007

Nokia Mini Speakers MD-6 are portable and the top flips open for useNokia has some new, small portable speakers that were launched along side their XpressMusic phones to give a handy and portable way to share music on the go. Nokia says that the Mini MD-6 speakers give “great sound” in full stereo from your mobile devices when you on the move, but what we really like about it is the case design.

The MD6 comes in just under a 5-inch case in which the top hinges open to expose two small speakers, and protects them when closed. They then connect to your media player through 3.5mm AV connector (headphone jack?). The specs also mention that the speakers have a built-in FM radio antenna which must be for bringing better FM reception to your player since the speakers don’t appear to have any FM tuner controls on it.

Nokia N95 gets American facelift

Posted in Mobile Phones,N95,Nokia by Nino Marchetti on August 29th, 2007

Nokia N95Nokia today announced it is releasing an American-optimized version of its popular N95 multimedia computer. This new model will price at around $700 and should be available in September.

The American version of the Nokia N95 gains North American 3G compatibility. In addition also added are product upgrades like assisted GPS (A-GPS) for faster navigational fixes, 124MB of RAM memory to go along with included 1 GB microSD memory card and the 160MB internal memory and longer battery life.

Nokia BH-902 & 903 Bluetooth Headsets

Posted in Bluetooth,Headsets,Nokia by Chetz on August 29th, 2007

Nokia BH-902 and BH-903 Bluetooth headsetsNokia has a pair of sexy headsets for the fashion and technology conscious consumer coming our way in the fourth quarter. Dubbed the BH-902 (about $150) and BH-903 (pricier at $275), both models are Bluetooth enabled and have a OLED screen.

The 902 comes with an in-box neckstrap, clip and flexible in-ear earplugs and can display MMS or SMS messages on its screen for you while you’re still listening to your tunes. You’ll get about 8 hours of playtime from its battery.

Meanwhile, the 903 delivers about 15 hours of music in stereo sound and supports A2DP, AVRCP, PBAP, HFP and HSP profiles so you can sync it up with a compatible music player. Suppose a buddy gives you a call while you’re hooked up. Don’t worry about removing the ear buds; the 903 will automatically switch over to talk mode and …

Nokia Intros the 500 Auto Navigation

Posted in GPS,Nokia by Reuben Drake on August 27th, 2007

Nokia 500 Auto Navigation is Nokia’s first dedicated personal in-car navigation GPS systemToday Nokia announced the introduction of its first dedicated in-car personal navigation device called the Nokia 500 Auto Navigation. The 500 utilizes Nokia Maps to provide turn-by-turn, spoken directions, integrated hands free Bluetooth calling and the ability to listen and view multimedia.

The navigation software provides spoken directions which can be enhanced through an on-board FM transmitter and sent through your car stereo. The directions also include the spoken street and city names and the system can identifying points of interest along your route.

These points of interest can then be called directly through your Bluetooth-enabled phone connected to the 500 Auto Navigation, or you can get directions to addresses stored in your phones contacts. The GPS device also has a Traffic Message Channel service which provides a real-time overlay of traffic upcoming on your route …

Nokia 6555: 3G, analog clock, very hip

Posted in Mobile Phones,Nokia by Nino Marchetti on August 21st, 2007

Nokia 6555Nokia is yet again going stylish on us with a freshly unveiled 3G flip mobile phone. The Nokia 6555 is looking hip and ready to let you make your first call.

Nokia says the 6555 is the first WCDMA phone with a “smooth-back fold design.” All we have to say is this phone is hot, especially with the analog timepiece on the front. The 6555 sports a generous, colorful 240×320 internal display screen. A built-in camera provides 6x digital zoom and offers a self-portrait mode with video sharing ability.

Prismatic Phone From Nokia

Posted in Mobile Phones,Nokia by Chetz on July 5th, 2007

Nokia Prism 7500 mobile-phoneSometimes it’s good to be different and stand apart from the crowd. Just because the iPhone has rounded corners does that mean all mobiles should shy away from 90-degree angles? Not if you consider Nokia’s new 7500 Prism phone which just had its first official appearance at an industry event in China.

Nokia N77 Shipping

Posted in Mobile Phones,Nokia by Darrin Olson on June 11th, 2007

Nokia N77 launched in Finland with mobile TVTech lovers in Finland will be the first to get their hands on the new Nseries “multimedia computer”, as Nokia calls it, featuring mobile TV. The Nokia N77 will continue its tour to Vietnam and India later this month offering live television on the 2.4″ screen.

Not only with the mobile handset pick up live DVB-H mobile TV, but it also has a 30 second replay function to catch key moments in sporting events and it remembers the last channel you were watching. In addition, you can set the N77 to remind you when a show you want to watch is on and plan out your viewing times with a 7 day program guide. Other more standard Nseries features of the Nokia N77 include support for playing MP3, AAC, AAC+, eAAC+ and WMA files, a 2 megapixel camera, and tri-band GSM …

Nokia CK-15W Bluetooth Display Car Kit

Posted in Automotive,Bluetooth,Nokia by Chris Weber on June 7th, 2007

Nokia CK-15W Bluetooth Display Car Kit displays mobile phone information on in your carIt looks like Nokia is getting ready to release an in-car Bluetooth product to provide the driver information on their Bluetooth enabled mobile phone while driving.

According to Crave the Nokia CK-15W Bluetooth Display Car Kit provides on-screen information to manage incoming and outgoing calls through the 2.2″ TFT display. The device is mounts on the dashboard at more of an eye level to keep drivers eyes more on the road and less looking down at their handset.

The CK-15W is expected to have some “handsome” looking menus and can download the entire Contacts list from your mobile phone to the device. The photo shows a graphical menu with what looks to be icons for Contacts, a Bluetooth connection, some synchronization function and a couple tools that may be used to configure the device.

No information …

Nokia 8600 Luna Glass Slider

Posted in Mobile Phones,Nokia by Darrin Olson on May 31st, 2007

Nokia 8600 Luna mobile phone crafted of glassNokia released news of three new mobile phones today, the priciest of which being the Nokia 8600 Luna with an expected asking price of a little over $900.

Features include connectivity via Quad-band GSM, a 2 megapixel camera and a single micro-USB port for transferring data and charging, but the real focus on this one is the physical materials and design.

The Nokia 8600 Luna is crafted from smoked glass and stainless steel to give it a solid and smooth feel and a dark glowing look, according to Nokia. It’s a slider-type design where the smoked glass covers the keypad which pulses light when calls come in. Sliding the glass cover down exposes the keypad.

If your not big on internal features but are swayed by the design and feel of your phone in your hand then you may want to …

Nokia Goes Green With Phone Chargers

Posted in Chargers,News,Nokia by Darrin Olson on May 12th, 2007

Nokia Energy Saving Phones alert to unplug chargerNokia has come up with a plan to help out the environment by saving some energy when your not charging your mobile phone.

According to Kirsi Sormunen, Vice-President of Environmental Affairs at Nokia, “Around two-thirds of the energy used by a mobile phone is lost when it is unplugged after charging but the charger itself is left in a live socket. We want to reduce this waste and are working on reducing to an absolute minimum the amount of energy our chargers use. The new alerts also play an important role, encouraging people to help us in this goal by unplugging their chargers.”

This seems like a good idea, and most people have no idea that electricity is still being used by chargers that are plugged into a socket but not plugged into any device. I would imagine that electricity might …

Nokia N82 Preview

Posted in Mobile Phones,Nokia by Chris Weber on May 11th, 2007

Nokia N82Along with the preview of the N81, RingNokia also got a look ahead at the Nokia N82. The model number is only incremented by one, but we have a feeling price will be incremented a fair amount more.

The Nokia N82 is also quad-band GSM supporting Bluetooth and WiFi, but only has 100MB of memory built into it. You can add your own though, with an included 1GB microSD card or your own card (hot-swappable no less).

Some additional features round out the N82 to be a pretty nice system, including a GPS receiver, TV-out, and FM tuner and the relatively high quality cameras it houses. One for still photos at 5 megapixels with a XENON flash and another for VGA recording at 30 frames per second.

Most of our curiosity regarding the N82 now focuses on the price tag. I can’t imagine a package like …