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Nokia 7500 Prism

Posted by: Dennis Hissink Tuesday 7th, August 2007

Nokia unveiled the Prism collection, its latest range of mobile phones aimed at style-conscious consumers. The Prism collection consists the Nokia 7500 Prism, a handset which combines individual style and state-of-the-art technology. The Nokia Prism collection is highlighted by cutting-edge colors, materials and graphics. The Nokia 7500 Prism is the Nokia 7900 Prism's quirky sibling. The Nokia 7500 Prism's slick black exterior is spliced with bright, interchangeable color accents. The Nokia 7500 Prism camera phone has a 2 Mpx camera and it can record high quality movies. The Nokia 7500 Prism mobile phone can play music for nine hours and hold up to 1500 songs on an optional 2 GB microSD card.

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Apple iPhone mobile widgets service

Posted by: Dennis Hissink Monday 6th, August 2007

Plusmo announced the availability of its free and customizable mobile widgets service to users of Apple's new iPhone. A custom interface gives Apple iPhone users access to more than 20,000 Plusmo widgets - most of them created by users. Plusmo enables people to extend social networking through mobile devices. Content providers, media houses and bloggers can now extend their services to the Apple iPhone through Plusmo widgets for free within minutes. Plusmo also enables users to create personalized widgets out of useful web services, XML/RSS based sources including news feeds as well as professional media, and user generated content such as blogs, photos and videos, and other Web 2.0 content.

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Samsung SGH-U600 review

Posted by: Dennis Hissink Sunday 5th, August 2007

LetsGoMobile reviewed the Samsung U600 mobile phone. At the start of this year Samsung introduced a new mobile in their Ultra Edition line at the 3GSM in Barcelona. One of the phones introduced was the Samsung SGH-U600, also known as the Samsun Ultra Edition 10.9. The Samsung U600 is a mobile phone that appears at first glance to fulfil all the wishes of the average mobile phone user. Approximately 8% of the profits return to R&D so that Samsung can continually put new, innovative phones on the market. The Samsung U600 is a slider phone equipped with a 3.2 Megapixel autofocus digital camera with flash, an MP3 player and a microSD card with extendable memory and some touch sensitive keys.

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Samsung G600

Posted by: Dennis Hissink Monday 30th, July 2007

Samsung Mobile has announced a sleek new camera phone, the Samsung G600, at an exclusive global launch event today. Housed in a fashionable black two-toned slider shell and equipped with a 5 mega-pixel camera, the Samsung G600 is a fusion of design, photography and the ultimate in phone functionality. A design icon and high performance camera in one, the Samsung G600 is the latest member of Samsung’s range of handsets and is made to capture quality pictures of priceless moments. At work or at play, consumers can now get creative with various modes such as panorama or mosaic settings and enjoy the quality of built-in Power LED flash.

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Sony Ericsson W660

Posted by: Ralf Jurrien Wednesday 14th, March 2007

Sony Ericsson announces the W660 - a Walkman phone which places an emphasis on style and feel. With a tactile finish that just begs to be touched, it's a classic-design 3G phone available in two distinctive colours, Record Black and Rose Red. Also introduced is a compact new music accessory, the Snap-on Speakers MPS-75, which let you play the tracks stored on your Walkman phone out loud. "The Sony Ericsson W660 has a finish that stands out among its peers," explains Steve Walker, Head of Product Marketing at Sony Ericsson. "Although the Sony- Ericsson W660 places the emphasis firmly on design, it is also a full member of our Walkman phone family, able to store several hundred full-length songs.

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Motorola K1 Camera Phone review

Posted by: Mark Peters Monday 5th, March 2007

LetsGoMobile published the Motorola K1 review. The Motorola K1 mobile cell phone is a rather striking blue colour and it shines and glistens. You can flip open the Motorola KRZR K1. When the phone is closed, the time, date, status indicators and announcements about incoming calls and other matters are given on the external screen. On the one hand, the Motorola KRZR K1 looks professional, but on the other, its shiny appearance makes a rather kitsch impression.

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Samsung SGH-t719

Posted by: Mark Peters Friday 2nd, March 2007

Smart phones have been taking the wireless market by storm. Samsung Telecommunications America (Samsung) recognizes this growing trend with a focus to continue to provide consumers with slim. "The pressure on mobile professionals and business consumers to stay wired into their e-mail and Internet while away from the office continues to grow by leaps and bounds," said Dale Sohn, President, Samsung Telecommunications America. "To meet that need, Samsung has several quality messaging and smart phones that provide e-mail, voice and Internet services while remaining slim and sleek. We look forward to bringing consumers more devices, such as the Samsung SCH-i760, a CES Innovations Award Honoree."

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Sanyo M1 mobile communicator

Posted by: Mark Peters Friday 23rd, February 2007

Sprint and Sanyo today announced the full channel availability of the M1 by Sanyo, a Sprint Power Vision enabled wireless phone that offers an unprecedented combination of features and capabilities aimed at today’s mobile music and entertainment users. As Sprint’s first phone with 1GB of internal memory, the M1 By Sanyo features storage for up to 16 hours of music and other multimedia files including pictures, video clips and voice recording. The M1 by Sanyo’s advanced power management offers up to 18 hours of continuous music playing time to support extended use of the multimedia capabilities. Additional key features include stereo Bluetooth wireless technology, a 2.0 megapixel camera with auto focus, nine equalizer settings for fine tuning the listening experience, and background music mode for listening to music while checking e-mail, surfing the Web or sending text messages. The M1 by Sanyo also has external controls and large external LCD for optimal usability.

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Both the traditional photographer and the camera trade, have always turned up their nose at the camera-phone. The PMA 2011 emphasizes mainly the traditional photography, albeit in a digital way. In terms of image quality, the photographer is right, while the camera cell phone is nowhere near able to come up with the same high quality that puts digital photography ahead of mobile imaging. However, when we consider the possibility of sharing, and the fact that a mobile phone is always at hand, we should not underestimate the impact of mobile imaging. Mobile photography is continuously subject to innovation, and the speed at which these technological advances take place, is at least impressive. Perhaps the PMA 2011 will adopt mobile imaging as a permanent phenomenon?