Now with PureView Phase-2 unveiled; which focuses on acquiring amazing night-time shots by using a mix of springs and floating lenses, a conflict has risen. Some prefer the good ol’ ginormous 41MP sensor, others appreciate the great low light optics. So which one do you prefer? *Note this poll is more focused towards the Pureview Phases: Oversampling/Lossless Zoom […]
So the 808 is a great Camera-phone; it’s also not too bad of a looker, and UI wise Belle Fp-1 has cleaned it up quite well, but there’s still the occasional issue; I noticed this one within day one of purchasing my 808 (bought it abroad so wasn’t worth going through the hassle of replacing it), the issue I’ve noticed with […]
Now that we’ve established pretty much a significant proportion of the voting MNB Readers want the Nokia 808 PureView, the next decision to make is which colour. We haven’t seen that many comparisons yet for actual pics, but here are the press ones. As you can see, they display the curve edge of the […]
There seems to be some confusion and doubts in the blogosphere as to what the N8 successor might actually be running on. It seems highly obvious to some though there is ‘news’ and ‘evidence’ that others put forward to suggest it might be the other. For the benefit of Nokia, what does the N8 successor […]
Yesterday the discussion was mostly about Nokia’s delivery times for updates. Now let’s look at that oh so subtle change of the legend of a name that was Symbian – the first to bring smartphone to the masses which now has been quietly dropped in line for the Nokia brand, Nokia Belle. It’s been almost […]
Now let’s check out the currently available Nokia 800 colours side by side. Like the N9, the Lumia 800 comes in Pink (Magenta), Blue (Cyan) and stealthy black. They’re all pretty stunning, no?
I saw @ChanseArrington, (Head of Developer Marketing – North America – Nokia.) ask on twitter: “New Names or Submit your own idea! -> Poll: What should Nokia call their series of Windows Phones in the US?http://bit.ly/ou3QSW“ Wow, does this mean that in addition to the new numbers convention, as begged, Nokia may also award their […]
Thoughts on Symbian Anna Update and Camera Update for N8 It’s over a week now since the first wave of Symbian Anna Updates was officially released. Then on Monday, N8 users had a special camera update. (Note, the majority of S^3 users have received the update, more waves of updates are rolling out, with some […]
Before the world of smartphones exploded, there was a race in the ‘dumbphones’ to be smaller, and slimmer. Some so slim you could snap it in half. Expectations changed as people started accepting that for more features, the phone would have to be a little bit thicker. But with each successive generation, slimming […]
Time and time again I have noticed long time Nokia fans “defecting”. From friends, to readers here and to the Nokia Blogging community as a whole. Perhaps with the latter it’s normal for blogs to come and go, but it is a shame that so many of the blogs I read just disappeared. Is that […]
A poll is being conducted at Nokia Conversations to possibly decide on the 6th special edition colour. We’ve got Black (ha, Nokia acknowledges it’s black and not “dark grey”/Silver/Blue/Orange/Green (the latter three if you’re lucky enough for your country’s carriers/networks to have it). What should the 6th be? Let’s imagine that there was going to […]
A frequent suggestion in blog comments relating to Nokia is to go with Android/WP7 and when it was available, to go buy Palm for WebOS. Why? Nokia has in house, Symbian and Maemo, the latter of which has become MeeGo – though the phone side has no presence on the market since there are no […]
Poll Results: Nokia E7 versus Samsung Galaxy S . CBD AMOLED vs SUPER AMOLED – over 1000 votes, 88.28% say CBD AMOLED.
Yesterday, we saw some comparison photos between the Nokia E7′s CBD AMOLED and Samsung’s Renowned Super AMOLED. We asked you to vote in a poll, which seemed brighter and more vibrant (points where Samsung’s displays have always been king). Thank you for the incredible response – we had over 1000 votes so far, with 700 […]
I don’t know about you, but I’m hooked on mobile internet and always being ‘online as it happens’. With the Nokia N900, MicroB and FireFox Mobile, the only thing that limits me getting to the sites I want is a signal. In the UK, O2 and T-Mob have been doing a fairly decent enough job […]
Having read YET another article, this time by Gartner predicting the demise of Symbian (Same people that predicted Windows Mobile 6′s dominance over Symbian in the 00′s) and comparing it to the Titanic of all things, Read here: http://blogs.gartner.com/nick_jones/2010/07/11/is-symbian-re-arranging-the-deck-chairs-on-the-titanic/ I thought I’d put up a poll to ask where YOU felt Symbian is heading and […]