Monday, January 08, 2007

Nokia New Cell Phones

There is no doubt that Nokia is the best known for its cell phones. In 2007 Nokia is introducing some enhanced models that can do more than just calls. Here are some good upcoming models which will make you to play with your cell as "Multimedia Computer".

Nokia N93i is an advanced version of Nokia N93 Serius, The new handset features a camcorder that is designed to offer "DVD-like quality video capture" and direct video uploads from the phone to blogs or online video posting sites. The camcorder can capture MPEG-4 VGA video at 30 frames per second. It also includes a 3.2-megapixel still camera. The N93i includes a miniSD card slot; the Nokia N93i will include a 1GB card that will hold up to 45 minutes of video or 1250 photos. And it will support 900/1800/1900 MHz GSM networks for calling, and includes support for 802.11b/g, WCDMA, and EDGE networks for data access.
Nokia N76 is designed to offer plenty of multimedia features. The slim clamshell-style phone includes dedicated music controls on the outside of the handset. It supports Windows Media DRM-enabled tracks and also enabled with a 2.0-megapixel camera and with basic editing tools included on the handset. The handset includes a microSD slot for additional storage. And Nokia N76 is dual-mode, means it support both CDMA/GSM. Its include symbian Operating System and Nokia Web Browser.Nokia N800 is upgrade version of Nokia's earlier Model 7700, this known as Internet tablet rather than a cell phone. You can access the internet any time any where. Same like 7700, N800 is also Linux based device with touch Screen dispaly includes in-built 802.11 b/e/g wireless networking and as well as support for Bluetooth. It also can be connected to your PC via USB 2.0 for transferring information and data. It features the Opera 8 browser for surfing the Web and applications for sending and receiving e-mail, chatting with friends via instant messaging, a Web camera, and support for Internet calling applications.
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