Video: Nokia Bluetooth Headset BH-310 – Easily manage your calls when driving

| July 5, 2012 | 17 Replies

This is James Hammond, Senior Manager from Nokia’s Gear department. In this video he’s showing off the Nokia BH-310 NFC Bluetooth Earpiece, and quite interestingly, demoes the NFC connection on a Nokia Lumia 610 NFC.

I like it when the Nokia peeps themselves demo their devices or accessories.

BTW, do you guys think NFC should have it’s own renamed brand thing at Nokia? That’s all the rage these days to rename every day things so that regardless of what the other competition does, (even if they match or better yours) you still have your unique sounding technology. e.g. ‘Retina’ display for high resolution or ‘Android Beam’.

 

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  1. knowfirst says:

    nokia high resolution display- pure display
    nokia nfc- pure share
    lol..

  2. Slayer says:

    You mean like the S hit samsung does?

  3. Rebbe says:

    Wouldn’t it be much easier to press a button on the device to answer a call? Great video!

  4. stormtroller says:

    this leave wonders to simple minded customer..

    “IF L610 can do that, L800 and L900 should be able to do better! Maybe with NFC filesharing too!”

    Yeah it wont’..just day-dreaming

    • Jay Montano says:

      Nokia must have the details if people looking at the C7 thought that about the N8/C6-01/E7.

      Watch how NFC becomes THE NEXT BIG THING when the next iPhone has a renamed NFC. Watch the extreme and the ignorant of the iZealots shout out how much better their AirShare is compared to the NFC of others. Like how Retina display is still somewhat better despite another display possibly having higher resolution, “yeah but it’s not Retina” :/

      • Tom says:

        Nice point Jay. It’s the ignorant people using iPhone that makes me annoyed, not the iPhone itself

        • Lord US says:

          Yeah, it’s possible that Apple will face some serious problems. They are overconfident and they are not responding to the threat of the Android.

          It’s apparent that the iOS is almost as closed as the Symbian was at it’s heyday back in the 2007. Not in the same way but that’s not the point.

      • Lord US says:

        The NFC is a great tech but it’s mostly useless because it’s not widely supported.

        It’s not about features. It’s about how they work. Nokia is dying because they never got his.

        Nokia tried to replicate the Retina display experience with the 808. A huge sensor with lots of pixels and a hardware filter called the PureView. Both are basically old tech with an increased resolution. Let’s hope Nokia will replicate the profits.

  5. Aliqudsi says:

    First off I read James Hammond and though James & Hammond (of top gear) and got all excited for nothing :(

    The problem is that Nokia is technical, they don’t like dumbing things down because let’s face it it loses alot of it’s glammor when you simplify years of research into a gimmick name, even with PureView they go on and on about oversampling and nobody knows what that is (but the pureview name is awesome), like CBD it’s nice and all but ti’s too long I would prefer sometihng around the lines of True Blacks (like microsofts cleartype) or maybe Pitch Black. If NFC was to be called something maybe just “tap technology”…. kind of lost track of my thoughts…

  6. meh says:

    Waiting for Nokia BH-907 (Nokia Reaction) review… :)

  7. Carbontubby says:

    How about not driving and talking?

    It’s the act of concentrating on the conversation that’s dangerous, when your full attention should be on the road instead. It doesn’t matter if you use a separate Bluetooth headset or pair the phone with the car’s audio system.

  8. Aliqudsi says:

    First off I read James Hammond and though James & Hammond (of top gear) and got all excited for nothing :(

    The problem is that Nokia is technical, they don’t like dumbing things down because let’s face it it loses alot of it’s glammor when you simplify years of research into a gimmick name, even with PureView they go on and on about oversampling and nobody knows what that is (but the pureview name is awesome), like CBD it’s nice and all but ti’s too long I would prefer sometihng around the lines of True Blacks (like microsofts cleartype) or maybe Pitch Black. If NFC was to be called something maybe just “tap technology”…. kind of lost track of my thoughts…

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