Sábado, 26 de Maio de 2007



Sampo recently launched its dual-SIM card handset, the GK8800, in the market. The dual-SIM phone permit's user to have two GSM subscriber numbers on different networks at the same time in a single handset. It also allows the user to put the two phones into stand-by at the same time.The GK8800 is a very stylish handset with a 2-inch TFT screen with a solution of 176×220 pixels. It is also equipped with a 1.3-megapixel camera for and a USB hard drive. This handset is also an ideal choice for the music fans as it also has supports MP3 and MP4 formats.

published by Meraj Chhaya às 22:20
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Nokia 8600 Luna to be released on 25th May?

The upcoming Nokia 8600 will be released on 25th May, according to a forum post in howardforum. It will be exclusively offered by Carphone Warehouse UK store for 6 weeks with the following official listed features:

      Organic User Interface and Light Effect
      Smoked Glass Cover
      Stunning, Iconic Design
      2 megapixel Camera
      MP3 Player
      128MB in-built Memory
      FM Radio

Previous rumor also mention a 16M colors screen, no memory card slot was mentioned though. More about Nokia 8600 Luna here
published by Meraj Chhaya às 22:18
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Samsung SCH-W290 and SPH-W2900 Hit Korea!

 Samsung has announced two new mobile phones launching in Korea - the SCH-W290 and the SPH-2900. Both are HSDPA phones featuring a slider form factor, camera, MP3 capability, expandable memory, and built-in printer support.

The phones don't look to have any out-of-the-ordinary features, but have an overall good look and adequate features.

Pricing and launch date aren't yet available, but we do know that these two models will launch on the Anycall network in Korea.

published by Meraj Chhaya às 22:17
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More LG Wine Phone Photos



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New Cellphone Concept. Dialling through keyholes

taranti.jpg Spotted on Gizmodo, one of the stranger cell phone concepts to come along.

Designed by branco Lukic, the Tarati is a phone with no keys, you pass your fingers through the keyholes to dial.

In his own words: Tarati enables the user to connect with others by passing fingers, in order, through key holes. This action of dialing alone is a more magical experience and, hence, more indicative of what's really happening beyond the visible realm. ... Tarati beckons the user to "touch" someone without physically touching a single key. Its design reflects human connectivity in a less material/mechanical, more sensual, way.



published by Meraj Chhaya às 22:15
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Google Calendar for Mobile Devices

You can calendar.google.com from your phone, and you'll see your agenda of upcoming events, complete with details like date, time, location, description, and guest list.

It's worth to try.



published by Meraj Chhaya às 22:14
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Nokia's Dual Screen Handheld Concept

Very well known and very innovative Nokia's research labs are very productive this year with lot of interesting patents, patents like, diamond like casing or lighting detecting and their latest patent proves that.

It describes a laptop-style device with two touch screens and a removable keyboard. Nokia shows in this patent its development breadth towards the convergence of laptops and cell phones and has created this concept to smartly attain a smaller device size with improved functionality.

There is no doubt that concept looks pretty cool, but I’m just curious what it going to be? It looks more like laptop than the smartphone and I don’t think that we’ll see something similar in N series family, or maybe its going to be next internet tablet, N800 successor!?

Or maybe its just an evolution of the Communicator series? God know, we’ll see, the future of smartphones is so exciting ;)

Nokia’s design allows a user to fix the display as a flat single touch screen surface while the keyboard is removed to maximize the viewing surface. With the increasing use of multiple small LCDs on cell phones and the impending explosion that the iPhone should bring in touch screens, the ability to integrate screens for a larger viewing screen combined with a more compact and safer storage design are the clear benefits of this device’s design.

From Nokia’s US 7221330 description: “Because touch mode functionality renders a flat device configuration desirable, the present invention discloses a flat configuration, and sliding pieces for fixing the device in that flat configuration. Thus, the two screens unite in the flat configuration. When the sliding pieces slide away to allow the device to be closed, no screen faces outward in an unprotected folded position.”

published by Meraj Chhaya às 22:12
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Cellphones Could Erase Nissan I-Keys

If you have a 2007 Nissan Altima or Infiniti G35 sedan, you should keep your electronic key in a different pocket than your mobile phone.

According to Nissan North America, placing your electronic key too close to your cell phone could leave you stranded.

Nissan's I-Keys is a wireless device designed to allow drivers to enter and start their cars at the push of a button.

Cell phones kept near Nissan's I-Keys can erase the electronic code on the keys, rendering them unable to unlock or start the cars.

"We discovered that if the I-Key touches a cell phone, outgoing or incoming calls have the potential to alter the electronic code inside the I-Key," Nissan spokesman Kyle Bazemore said.

published by Meraj Chhaya às 22:11
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Motorola's MOTORIZR Z6tv MediaFLO phone outed by FCC

Once again, we tip our hats to the FCC, which today made public Motorola's new and unannounced MOTORIZR Z6tv slider handset. Equipped with EV-DO, a 2 megapixel camera, Bluetooth, 2.5mm jack, and delicious MediaFLO V CAST Mobile TV, if you're Motosexual this might be one to keep an eye out for. More info as we get it.

published by Meraj Chhaya às 22:10
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Sony Ericsson W999i Confirmed!

Featuring a slick slider form factor, the W999i was inadvertantly posted on the GSM association website.

The phone features Sony-Ericsson’s new QWERTY pad.

It is said to come with HSDPA support, 2.4 inch 262k color screen with a QVGA resolution, and a 2 megapixel camera with autofocus, FM Radio, and only 12.5-milimeters thick. \

published by Meraj Chhaya às 22:08
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