Monday, April 21, 2008

Sony Ericsson K800i: Licensed To Shoot

If you wish to buy a handset with excellent imaging power then, Sony Ericsson K800i fits the bill perfectly. Loaded with high-class imaging features, this Sony mobile phone takes snaps like a digital camera. With a range of supportive features, shooting quality images is as easy as it can get. The mobile phone also boasts of a range of intuitive features to make your mobile communique pleasurable.Sony Ericsson K800i is endowed with imaging options which makes shooting quality snaps easy and comfortable. Also known as a Cyber-Shot digital camera, the mobile phone features a 3.2 megapixel camera with built-in xenon flash and auto focus. In addition, it is also equipped with an integrated video stabilizer. Shooting in dull light also gets possible due to xenon flash. With Bestpic function you can select and save the best image.

Sharing videos and images is hassle-free with Sony Ericsson K800i. Just connect your mobile phone to a PictBridge compatible printer and get prints of your favourite images. You can also transfer the desired images to your computer by connecting you mobile phone to the computer by using a USB cable. With Bluetooth and MMS facility, sending pictures and other mobile content to your friends is just a click away. Browse Internet on your mobile and that too, at high speed- all with 3G technology. The powerful technology also offers fast downloading of multimedia content and a range of interesting features like video-calling and photo blogging. Providing you the best in digital entertainment, Sony Ericsson K800i boasts of an in-built music player and a FM radio to help you listen your favourite music, whichever part of the world you are.

Thursday, April 17, 2008

Open mobile OS efforts abound

At least three industry consortium are attempting to ease development efforts for mobile application builders with Linux-based, open mobile operating system development initiatives. These efforts carry noble and productive intentions. But if there are multiple ones, leaving one "open" platform to differ from the next, will we be back to where we started?

Three organizations with at least a few overlap members are out to help build an open mobile OS with associated middleware and starter applications that would drive application originality across multiple handset platforms. What’s not clear is how having several such efforts will really help complete the platform-independent goals that would free developers from underlying hardware constraint.

Monday, April 7, 2008

latest phone reviews

Nokia N78 - packed with only the best technics
Nokia N78 is designed to take many advantage of the new suite of Nokia services, including the Nokia Music Store, Nokia Maps, and Share on Ovi,etc.....

The Nokia N78 packs a powerful range of technologies, including integrated A-GPS, with free Nokia Maps, WLAN and high-speed HSPDA 3G connectivity, a 3.2 megapixel camera with Carl Zeiss optics, and support for microSD memory card, currently available at up to 8 GB. The novelties of the N78 are geotagging of photos and an integrated FM transmitter that allows music to be played on any FM radio, in a car or at home.

The N78 is expected to start shipping during the second quarter of 2008, with an estimated retail price of approximately 350 euors,before taxes.... Nokia N78 is the smart mobile with all the advantages of nokia services......