Howdy! Here’s something out of the depths of my heart… coming directly to your monitors (mobile screens?) – a retrospective featuring one of the very first Nseries crusaders.
Author Archive: Sergejs Cuhrajs
I'm Journalism and English student with a passion for mobile phones and the industry.
In the first half of my review, I was thoroughly impressed with the hardware aspect of Nokia N9. Now it’s time to dive into the software department of this unique phone, and things are starting to look even more intriguing…
The long and controversial journey of Nokia N9 is finally over. Whether or not one should be worried that it’s the first and last MeeGo phone from Nokia, one thing is clear – it’s an incredible smartphone worthy of attention. Author’s note: My initial idea was to deliver all my impressions and conclusive thoughts on […]
Update: Here’s another teaser for the #NokiaGulp video that is said to be ‘coming soon’. This latest behind the scenes video reveals pixilation artist Todd, and his role in the project. If you’re interested to see a new piece of the puzzle that makes #NokiaGulp or simply interested in animation, I definitely suggest to give […]
While attending an Intel MeeGo event this Tuesday, there was a chance I’d finally catch a glimpse of Nokia MeeGo phone in the wild. Probably not the N9, but its geekier counterpart… And, well, turns out I did!
Fresh from my trip to #NokiaGulp in Wales, it’s time to share some closing thoughts about the event along with a comprehensive photo gallery I took with the N8.
The fourth day of shooting the world largest stop-motion animation with the N8 – #NokiaGulp proved to be immensely challenging due to the increasingly hostile weather. As I write this post (Friday 1 am-ish) there’s an insane gale wreaking havoc outside. And it’s cold.
With day 3 of #NokiaGulp now over, I managed to get a glimpse into the technical side of the project, and in particular, where the Nokia N8 comes into play.
So I’ve been teasing for a while on twitter about a mysterious Nokia event in UK… Well, here’s what’s really going on.
[Update – added PDF] What’s up everyone? I’d like to present here my little pet project I’ve been piecing together in my spare time… a visual guide to Nokia E7.
A diverse group of bloggers from all around the world, including Canada, USA, UK and India – were invited to fly to Germany to meet the team behind Nokia Ovi Maps – in my opinion, the most popular service on Nokia phones.
On the day preceding the Royal Wedding, along with a few other bloggers I was invited by WW/N to a mysterious little event held London. There, in collaboration with Nokia, a selected group of CNN iReporters were given out Nokia N8’s to capture the big day. And the best part – everyone attending got a […]
As Jay already hinted out, there was a lunch/meeting yesterday at WOMWorld/Nokia HQ in London , where bloggers could familiarize themselves with the freshly announced Nokia X7 and E6 smartphones, and even more – ask questions to the respective product managers of these devices. I was extremely happy to be there as well, as seeing […]
Sometimes before actually writing a fully fledged review it’s useful to put down some raw impressions first. These immediate reactions of using the Nokia E7 might be able to convey a more vivid image than a perfectly constructed and though-out review. Of course, for every type of article there’s the best time and place. Now […]
Due to popular (kind of) demand, I’ve conducted a short yet conclusive test on the 8 Mpix camera capabilities of the Nokia C7-00. Similar fixed-focus or EDoF (Extended Depth of Field ) camera modules are also used in a pair of other Symbian^3 based Nokia smartphones like the C6-01 and the upcoming E7, so I […]