Here are some rumors about the Nokia N96. So is this how it looks it? This is said to be the concept of Nokia N96. It is said to come with a WCDMA 2100 850/900/1800/1900MHz handset with HSDPA connectivity, 10GB of internal memory (yeah, right), a 3.2″ 16 million color display, WiFi and Bluetooth 2.0 connectivity, a full QWERTY keyboard, a 6.0-megapixel camera with Carl Zeiss optics, an integrated FM radio, GPS navigation, and a motion sensor. No memory card slot? I don’t think you need one, it’s already 10GB.
AllAboutSymbian is showing us the video demo of the Nokia forthcoming touch interface for the S60. The touch interface will work with both finger and stylus and supports for tactile feedback as well as the existing S60 platform now. Video after the jump. Read more…
Ok now looks like Nokia is coming out something like the iPhone. It that real? Well check it out after the jump. Read more…
The Nokia PowerPack DC-1 is power storage you can anywhere. This PowerPack is equal to three batteries (950 mAh) and compatible with Nokia 2mm charging interfaces and come along with two charge output cables so you can charge two devices at the same time. It will be your best device when your phone runs out of juice during your emergency need. The Nokia PowerPack DC-1 will available globally for 105 Euro ($143).
Nokia has released their new Bluetooth Speakers MD-7W to sync with your Nokia mobile phones. It has the 3D stereo sound and a dynamic bass control and they are developed with D & M Premium Sound Solutions and with Nokia Nseries finish. The speakers also have magnetic attachments for easy portability and a LED indicator for on/off, pairing mode and battery status. The Nokia MD-7W Bluetooth speakers are available globally for $170.
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has got their hands on the Nokia N81 dummy. Yes still a dummy but clearer look and more views. From the pictures you can see that the phone has a 2.0-megapixel camera, stereo speakers, 3.5mm standard headphone jack, dedicated music keys (a bit like the N91) and 8GB memory storage. Check more images after the jump.
The picture above is showing a dummy phone so is that the new Nseries phone from Nokia, the N81? There are rumors saying that the upcoming N81 will comes with 8GB built in memory and will support new N-Gage gaming platform. Other features include 4″ QVGA 240 x 320, 16M colors, 2.0-megapixel camera and a CIF as second camera. It is also said to have a battery life that provides 3-4 hours gaming time or 12.5 hours music playback time or a 15 days standby time. It measures 102 x 50 x 17.9 mm and weighs 140 grams.
This is not the real picture of Nokia N98 but a great photoshop work by the French, it’s just a concept. Here are the made specs from this N98, a 7.2 mega pixel camera with Carl Zeiss lens, 5x optical zoom (20x with digital), 3.5″ inch touch screen, integrated GPS receiver, integrated TNT receiver (Télévision Numérique Terrestre – this is what French call digitally broadcast TV channels), Symbian S70 3rd edition, 3D graphics accelerator, Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, HSDPA, video recording at 720×576 and 30fps and multimedia support. Great huh, wonder what’s the real specs are.
Is this how the 8GB Nokia N95 Music Edition suppose to look like? Not sure who and where this picture taken. Rumors for the exception of GPS are still unconfirmed. I thought the black supposed to be glossy for the music edition but this is rugged. Still waiting for info. One more shot after the jump.
Here’s video preview on the Nokia 8600 Luna from Hi-Mobile. It comes with all glass front and stainless steel back, OLED display, 1GB of internal memory, 2.0-megapixel camera, Bluetooth connectivity, SD card slot and FM radio. Video after the jump