Last week Nokia broke the silence after a long wait and announced upcoming new Nokia mobiles with features that you have always wished for. The Upcoming new converged devices from Nokia are going to rewrite the way the mobiles are being seen today, they sports features for mobile entertainment, productivity for business users, GPS navigations sytems inbuilt and lots of memory. The prime releases last week were:
Nokia N96 :
Most advanced mutimedia computer optimized for entertainment.
Nokia N96 is a cool slider mobile featuring some never seen before features in a single handset. This mobile is featuring large 2.8 inch screen, 16 Gb inuilt memory with option of 8 GB of card expansion. The Nokia mobile has been built with Nokia’s hugely successful N95 in mind. It supports a wide range of video formats including MPEG-4, Windows Media Video and Flash Video. It even supports a USB 2.0 interface, WLAN and HSPDA support, Integrated DVB-H for TV viewing.
N96 also has handy “kickstand” on the back cover that allows for hands-free viewing.
N96 Music: Nokia N96 features media keys, a 3.5 mm headphone connector and built-in 3D stereo speakers
N96 Navigation: The Nokia Maps application offers richer maps with urban details and satellite views and has upgrade options such as City Guides, turn-by-turn pedestrian mode and voice-guided car navigation,comes with builtin A-GPS.
N96 Camera: Nokia N96 comes with a irresistible 5 megapixel camera with Carl Zeiss optics, flash and video light. It allows DVD-like quality video capture at 30 frames per second.
The Nokia N78 is built along the lines of successful N73 is power packed with great features like 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, to store favourite music and media.
“The Nokia N78 truly lives up to the Nseries pro mise of delivering unparalleled mobile multimedia experiences with the very latest technologies and servic es,” says Jonas Geust, who oversees Nokia’s Nseries devices. “The Nokia N78 empowers people to explore their passions, enjoy their favourite music and share their experiences with others and is set to continue the range of well-balanced Nseries devices such as the successful Nokia N73.”
N78 Music:support for standard 3.5mm headphones, the N78 also comes with Nokia Internet Radio, giving instant access to thousands of radio stations around the world.
Note this: N78 has an integrated FM transmitter that allows music to be played on any FM radio, in a car or at home. wow
It comes with a inbuilt compass built along with GPS enabled handset for pedestrian guidance.The device also features a 3.2 megapixel camera, MP3 player, stereo FM radio and 3.5G HSDPA technology. Nokia 6210 Navigator supports assisted GPS (A-GPS), which enables the GPS receiver to acquire the satellites in just seconds.
Combined with an ‘accelerometer’ which measures changes in direction and orientation, the built-in compass makes it easy to follow the map when strolling about on foot. When turning the device, the map automatically maintains its orientation.
Nokia 6200 Classic:
A-GPS functionality to give new meaning to the phrase “to share”. High quality images and videos can be snapped, tagged, edited and shared online, phone-to-phone or even viewed on a television as it comes integrated TV-out feature.
“The Nokia 6220 classic will help web 2.0 novices and experienced bloggers snap, save and share pictures and videos easily. Saving, tagging and uploading pictures can now be done on the phone, seconds after the picture has been taken,” says John Barry, Director, Connect devices, Nokia. “The Nokia 6220 classic, with its 5 megapixel camera, auto focus and xenon flash is a credible and reasonably priced alternative to single-purpose digital cameras and has the added benefit of A-GPS for location tagging, Nokia Maps and possibility to upgrade to full navigation.
Nokia 6220 classic also sports Wideband speech coding technology, giving a more natural sound to human voice in phone calls. It helps when having a conversation in a noisy environment such as in traffic or public place.
As a full-featured converged device, the Nokia 6220 classic also includes internet browser, email, music player, FM radio with RDS and up to 8 GB of expandable memory.
Release date, Prices INR( Indian Rupees) of New Nokia Mobiles :
Nokia N96: Releasing 3rd quarter 2008, Price: 550 Euro( Rs 32,018 )
Nokia N78: Releasing 2nd quarter 2008, Price: 350 Euro( Rs 20,375)
Nokia 6210 Navigator: Releasing 3rd quarter 2008, Price: 300 Euro( Rs 17,464)
Nokia 6220 classic: Releasing 3rd quarter 2008, Price: 325 Euro( Rs 18,919)
All prices are without taxes.
So these are the major upcoming new mobiles from Nokia, they comes fully loaded with features and you can always find your perfect mobile among these.
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