Wednesday, January 27, 2010

Nokia X6 A Masterpiece Symbian Touch Screen Phone

Okay class, pick up your painting palettes and your coloring books we're going to paint your favorite mobile phone in a new color. Let's start with the Nokia X6,Since Valentine’s Day is coming, let’s make a phone pink. Much better.


X6 is Nokia’s 5th proper Touch-Screen Phone. The slim, stylish and feature packed phone is expected to be released in the fourth quarter of this year. X6 has created a buzz of enthusiasm as well as speculation in the ranks of reviewers and tech lovers. X6 has dimensions of 111 x 51 x 13.8 mm and weighs 122 grams which is quite understandable when looking at its packed specs sheet. Its 3.2 inches, 360 x 640 pixels TFT capacitive screen boasts 16M colors which promises an good display quality.


X6 has, like its predecessors, Proximity sensor for auto turn off, Accelerometer sensor for auto rotate, Handwriting recognition and a Scratch-resistant glass surface which shows Nokia’s commitment to make its new devices elegant as well as rugged.


Nokia X6 Technical Specifications:

Network (2G): GSM 900 / GSM 1800 / GSM 1900 / GSM 850

Network (3G): HSDPA 2100 / HSDPA 900

Form factor: Block

Antenna type: Internal

SAR Value: 1.110 W/Kg

Size Weight: 122.0 g (with battery)

Dimensions: 111.0 x 51.0 x 13.8 mm

Display Type: Graphical

Coloured: Yes, TFT touchscreen, 16M colors

Size: 3.20 inch

Resolution: 360 x 640 pixels

Memory: Shared memory 32 GB

Ringtones: Polyphonic ringtones, Yes

Ringtone profiles, Yes

Networking: HSDPA speed 3.6 Mbps

GPRS: Yes, Class 32

EDGE: Yes, Class 32


WLAN: Yes, Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g, UPnP technology

USB: Yes, 2.0 microUSB

Bluetooth, Yes, 2.0 with A2DP

WAP, Yes

Browser, Yes, WAP 2.0/xHTML, HTML, RSS feeds

Features Vibration: Yes

SMS Send / Receive

MMS Send / Receive

Camera Builtin, 5 MP, 2592x1944 pixels, Carl Zeiss optics, autofocus, Dual LED flash, video light, geo tagging, video (VGA@30fps), secondary video Camera.

Java: Yes, MIDP 2.0

Games: Yes, (changeable)

Games: list Spore, D Mix Tour, Asphalt4

Clock: Yes

Alarm: Yes

Calculator: Yes

Calendar: Yes

To do list: Yes

Voice dialing: Yes

Voice memo: Yes

T9: Yes

Multiple numbers / contact: Yes

Handsfree: Yes

Headset jack: Yes

FM Radio: Yes

Standard Battery Type: Li Ion

Standby time GSM: 401h / 3G: 420h

Talk time GSM: 8h 30m / 3G: 6h


Wednesday, January 20, 2010

Tips on Mobile Maintenance

Looking after your mobile helps to ensure it has a long and productive life. There are 8 easy maintenance tips to help you get the best out of your mobile phone. All of the points below should also apply to your battery, charger and any other accessories.

Keep Your Mobile:

1. Charged: Ensure your battery is fully charged, and then completely run it down before recharging. Recharging too early causes your battery to run out of power more quickly.

2. Secure: For security reasons, enable the PIN on your SIM Card and Phone-lock on your phone to avoid unauthorized used. These security checks will also be activated when the phone is power cycled. You can check with your carrier or the phone manual for the features and also for information on blocking your SIM card and phone IMEI number if the phone is stolen. For more information please see the Security Tips located on the AMTA Lost and Stolen website.

3. Protected: Make sure you use a keypad lock to lock your phone. Unplanned calls can cost a fortune and even though your phone may be in a safe place, such as in a bag, your phone will still get knocked around to a surprising degree. Rough treatment can damage electronic circuit boards so avoid dropping or unnecessarily shaking your phone.

4. Battery: Be safe with your batteries. Use only genuine batteries from your phone manufacturer and only buy from authorized dealers. Going for the cheap option of a counterfeit battery can be dangerous.

5. Clean: Don't use harsh detergents, cleaning solvents or harsh chemicals to clean your phone. Wipe only with a soft cloth.

6. Covered: a protective cover will help repel dust and dirt, and prevent scratches. Make sure the cover you choose is of good quality. Low quality covers with no air pockets can damage you phone by creating humidity inside the cover.

7. Storing your phone: Always store your phone in a dry place. Avoid rain, high humidity and liquids. All of these may contain minerals that could corrode the electronic circuits.

8. At the right temperature: To ensure a long life, keep your phone in a stable temperature. Avoid exposing your phone to liquid and/or exposing your phone to extreme temperature change from hot to cold and vice versa. This might create condensation and damage the phone.

Thursday, January 14, 2010

Google Fone One Of Nexus

Not it is past and twenty four hours, as because of the obtained in the network documentation FCC became known new technicalities about. Here there are slot for the maps of microSD, 802.11b/g Of wiFi a module and Bluetooth 2.1 + OF EDR. Furthermore, this there will be four standard 3G apparatus GSM/GPRS/EDGE with the support UMTS/HSUPA, and work it will be to Android 2.1. As you see, thus far that nothing supernatural. It remains to only hope for some super innovation soft, otherwise is created impression, that this of the simply sequential of smartfon to Android' e, which and so exists no longer little.

Google Phone

Google Phone

Google Phone

"GooglePhone", the Nexus One has been officially unveiled by Google (in chagrin with HTC) at its much talked about Android Press Event earlier today.It is the first time Google has designed and sold its own consumer hardware device.The phone, termed by Google as a "superphone".

Google Phone

Google Phone

The unlocked Nexus One would set you back by a cool USD 529, (Rs.25,000) which seems to be a good price for the phone of this calibre. That by the way sure does not look like the price at which the Nexus One will arrive officially in India! That said, the current iteration of the phone does NOT support the 3G bands that will be operational in India (hopefully, this year). However, Google has confirmed that more localized versions of the Nexus One is on the anvil so we have that bit covered.

Google Phone

Google Phone

Google Phone

Monday, January 4, 2010

The Weather Window Phone

The Window Phone is a concept mobile phone that is able to transform its appearance like a window as per the weather. The phone is designed as a thin, clear and transparent plastic sheet, which remains clear during a sunny day, becomes humid during a rainy day and takes a dump outlook during a snowy day. The user can write text messages or draw pictures on the phone in different weather conditions which will later transform and show as SMS characters. The screen features sensitive interaction with the user and comprises the state of a window in different weather conditions.

The Window Phone is a slice of glass that can display certain information such as current weather conditions as well as predictions for the next day or 2, the design work is truly amazing. Check out the rest of the pictures below

Window Phone

Window Phone

Window Phone

Window Phone

Window Phone

Window Phone

Window Phone


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