The Lumia 800 and 710 weren’t the only new devices unveiled earlier today during Nokia World. The Finnish company hasn’t forgotten its featurephones division, which has announced no less than four new handsets today.
These S40-based devices focus on connecting the next billion internet users, something which has become one of Nokia’s main targets over the past years. It goes without saying that all of these handsets will be cheap, and they’re aimed mostly at developing markets. All of the new S40 offerings share the Asha brand, which is derived from the Hindi word for hope.
The Nokia Asha 303 combines a touchscreen with a full physical QWERTY keyboard.
It has a 2.6-inch 320×240 capacitive touchscreen, a 1 GHz processor, a 3.2 MP EDOF camera, 100 MB of user accessible storage, microSD card support, HSPA, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, and a 1,300 mAh battery. It comes with Nokia’s Opera Mini-like data-compressing Web browser preinstalled, Flash Lite 3, Nokia Store, a Social client for Facebook, Twitter, Flickr, and Orkut, and, wait for it… Angry Birds!
The Nokia Asha 303 will become available before the end of the year for €115 before taxes and subsidies.
The Nokia Asha 300 is another ‘touch&type’ device, only unlike the 303 it has a T9-style numpad, and not a full physical QWERTY. Some people still prefer this type of phone keypad, so this is for them.
The Nokia Asha 300 has a 2.4-inch 240×320 resistive touchscreen, a 1 GHz processor, a 5 MP EDOF camera with video recording, 140 MB of user accessible built-in storage, microSD card support, 10.2 Mbps HSDPA, 2 Mbps HSUPA, Bluetooth, FM radio, and a 1,110 mAh battery.
The Nokia Asha 300 comes with Nokia Store, Nokia Life Tools, Nokia Money, Nokia Messaging, Nokia Browser, and Angry Birds preinstalled. The Nokia Asha 300 will be available later this year for €85 before taxes and subsidies.
The Nokia Asha 200 and Asha 201 are basically the same device, with one difference. The 200 has dual-SIM support, whereas the 201 doesn’t. Both phones have a 2.4-inch display, a full physical QWERTY keyboard, bold color choices, GSM/EDGE network support, 10 MB of built-in storage, microSD card support, Bluetooth, a 2 MP camera with video recording, and a 1,430 mAh battery. They come with a myriad of Nokia apps and services preinstalled too. The Nokia Asha 200 supports hot-swapping of SIM cards.
Both the Nokia Asha 200 and the Nokia Asha 201 will cost €60 before taxes and subsidies. The Nokia Asha 200 will be available this year. The Nokia Asha 201 will be out in early 2012.
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Now HTC Sensation Xe has been available in the UK since earlier this month, but now you can also buy it from O2.O2 is offering the Sensation XE for free on monthly plans starting at £36.
The Sensatoin XE is HTC’s first smartphone to come with Beats Audio technology, an Beats by Dre in-ear headphones.
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Specifications of HTC Sensation XE
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According to the Canadian company, OS 2.0 will be available to PlayBook tablet users in February 2012. About BlackBerry OS : BlackBerry OS is a proprietary mobile operating system, developed by Research In Motion for its BlackBerry line of smartphone handheld devices. The operating system provides multitasking and supports specialized input devices that have been adopted by RIM for use in its handhelds, particularly the trackwheel, trackball, and most recently, the trackpad and touchscreen.
The “difficult decision” to postpone the software update has been made because RIM is not yet sure if the fresh version of the OS “fully meets the expectations of our developers, enterprise customers and end-users.” RIM also noted that PlayBook OS 2.0 will sadly not include a BBM application (as many have requested).
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Review & Specification of Blackberry PlayBook
With dimensions not much different, almost the same size with the Galaxy Playbook Tab. Even so, a sense of who presented the two gadgets when digengam apparent opposites. According to PULSE plastic material that feels like rubber on the back of the Playbook make it not slippery and more comfortable to use for long.
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BlackBerry Tablet OS by QNXIn contrast to Apple that uses the same operating system on your iPhone and iPad. RIM is working with QNX Software Systems chose to develop an operating system specifically for the tablet device called the BlackBerry besutannya Tablet OS.
This one is clearly the benefits of BlackBerry Playbook than some competitors. This feature allows you to run multiple applications simultaneously, and not just multi-tasking like on a tablet device or other mobile phones.
Because usually when you run an application and switch to the main menu to run other applications are usually applications that run going to pause the currently running processes but not so when when using the Playbook, any running process will still take place even if you open an application or feature another. And more interesting all the processes running without any lag at all.
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This feature serves to connect and synchronize with your BlackBerry Playbook you use. Once connected you will get one extra fruit tray titled "BlackBerry Bridge" on the homescreen. This displays the tray icon to access some features on the BlackBerry is synchronized. For example, the calendar features you can access a variety of appointments on the BlackBerry even make a new appointment.
Playbook equipped with 2 pieces of a camera, 5MP 3MP at the rear and front facing. Besides being a secondary camera with highest resolution at this time, the camera feature on Playbook has other advantages, namely the second camera can record moving images are in full HD resolution (1080p).
Both of these advantages have not been found in other competitor vendors tablet Playbook output, but that does not feature a camera Playbook without flaws, because in fact there are several points to be minus the value of its own, such as the unavailability of a second flash for the camera as well as the absence of autofocus features.
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BlackBerry Playbook Advantage can also be felt through the browser features. Through the default browser that is embedded in the Playbook, you can feel the experience of internet as when using a desktop. Third open a site, you will not be automatically directed to the mobile version of the site.