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Nokia’s X7 Symbian smartphone gets torn down by the FCC

Posted in Nokia by Conner Flynn on May 16th, 2011

The X7 is Nokia’s latest Symbian smartphone featuring slanted sides and a brushed aluminum back, giving it a futuristic industrial look. Going beyond looks, the X7 features a 4-inch 360 x 640 display, 680MHz ARM 11 processor, 256MB of RAM, 1GB of ROM, 8GB of internal storage with microSD storage supported, an 8MP camera with dual LED flash, WiFi, Bluetooth and GPS. The X7 runs Nokia’s Symbian Anna OS.

And now we can check out the device’s innards thanks to some FCC photos of the X7. The FCC documents give a good look at the device’s Samsung SDRAM, Broadcom transceiver, Gorilla Glass display and 8MP image sensor, as well as the X7’s unique back cover, which features a honeycomb pattern.

Nokia E6, X7 show up early in official promo videos

Posted in Nokia by Conner Flynn on April 10th, 2011

British carrier 3 and Nokia have posted some videos of the E6 and X7. The X7 features a four-inch ClearBlack display as well as an eight-megapixel camera and a newly updated version of Symbian. You can expect the browser to be three times faster than it is in Symbian^3 devices like the N8 and it looks like it will feature a portrait ratio on-screen keyboard instead of making you switch into landscape mode.

We don’t know much about the E6, but it will be the first modern Symbian device with a 4:3 ratio screen and a fixed QWERTY keyboard. It packs a 640×480 resolution screen, and it should have up with 720p video recording along with other modern features.

Symbian Goes Open Source Ahead of Schedule

Posted in Mobile Phones by Darrin Olson on February 4th, 2010

Symbian, the world’s most popular smartphone operating system, has announced that it’s going open source about four months ahead of schedule. This move will allow more software developers to have access to develop applications and mobile devices based on the operating system.

The plan was to complete the transition of putting the OS under the Eclipse development license and work out deals with existing third party developers by later this summer. Symbian was able to move ahead more quickly, most likely to try and keep an edge on the newer open-source Android mobile operating system from Google.

Nokia X6 16GB gets official

Posted in Nokia by Conner Flynn on January 26th, 2010

Well, that didn’t take long. The Nokia X6 16GB is now official. Yesterday we told you about the pink version. The phone doesn’t have Comes With Music, but here’s some of what it does have:

This one features Symbian S60 5th edition, a 3.2-inch touchscreen display, 360 x 640, HSDPA, Wi-Fi, GPS, Ovi Maps, free navigation, TV out and a 5-megapixel camera.

Zoho Mobile branches out to Android, BlackBerry, Symbian

Posted in Mobile Phones by Conner Flynn on April 28th, 2009

Zoho Mobile branches out to Android, BlackBerry, SymbianThe online collaborative applications suite, Zoho, is expanding its mobile territory to Android, BlackBerry, and Symbian. It was initially for the iPhone and Windows Mobile. The new Zoho Mobile includes all the new platforms and is accessible from http://mobile.zoho.com/.

You’ll get Zoho Mail, Zoho Calendar, Zoho Writer, Zoho Sheet, Zoho Show, and Zoho Creator. Zoho Writer, Zoho Sheet, and Zoho Show files are in read only mode while Zoho Mail lets users compose, and send email and can access their Zoho Creator applications. The company plans to expand the feature functionality and the portfolio of Zoho applications.

Sony Ericsson unveils Idou

Posted in Sony Ericsson by Conner Flynn on February 15th, 2009

Sony Ericsson unveils IdouSony Ericsson unveiled Idou today, it’s new high-end device, which runs a Symbian operating system. Idou features a 12.1 Megapixel camera, xenon flash and a large 16:9 touch-screen. Looks like a real winner.

As of now the Idou has no model name, but will be available in selected markets from the second half of 2009. The official website just launched.

Samsung i8510 camera phone gets support for AT&T 3G

Posted in Samsung by Shane McGlaun on December 29th, 2008

Samsung i8510For a long time one of the things that had people upgrading to new handsets was an integrated camera. Camera phones today are so common that the sole addition of a camera isn’t a draw to one handset over another.

However, the vast majority of camera phones on the market share something in common – horrible performance for taking images. Even the iPhone has a bad camera that often takes grainy and dark images. For mobile phone users looking for a handset with great picture quality the coming Samsung i8510 may be just what they need.