Recently, Sony Ericsson has presented a new mobile phone called Zylo. This is the latest of their “Walkman Phone” lineup. One main feature of this mobile phone is that it includes plenty of social features, so it is effortless for you to easily access Facebook and Twitter.
Sony Ericsson Zylo supports the HD FLAC audio format, a high-quality lossless audio codec. Unlike the MP3 and AAC audio codecs this doesn’t reduce the audio quality and delivers the best experience with the proprietary Clear Audio technology! Another key feature on the Sony Ericsson Zylo mobile phone is TrackID – which allows users to access the name and artist of a track they hear playing. This function has proved popular with music lovers with 129 million TrackID lookups in 2009 alone! This is really amazing, isn’t it?
Nokia 7100 Supernova is a new addition to the popular Supernova series. The mobile phone is actually targeted at “developing countries” as it is a basic cellphone that only costs US$94.
The Nokia 7100 Supernova is certainly one of the more affordable Supernova phones from Nokia. It is not equipped with those fancy high-tech features, but it is a really practical handset. If you are interested in a basic cellphone that only costs around US$94, then you can consider Nokia 7100 Supernova.
Nokia has recently announced a new arrival, the Nokia 6720 Classic, which builds on the Nokia heritage of traditional candybar cell phones that excel in all areas and loved by many around the world. The Nokia 6720 Classic is a Symbian S60 smartphone with GPS, a 5 megapixel camera and 3.5G support.
The 6720 Classic has a 2.2-inch TFT QVGA, music player with support for MP3, AAC and WMA, FM tuner, and a dual-LED flash. Standby time is 20.5 days and talk time is 5 / 8.5 hours for 3G and GSM, respectively.
Many people these days are finding ways to enhance their cell phone… for instance turn a non touch screen photo into one which is, similar to iPhone; or hack a non-3G phone to become a 3G phone, etc. Today, I am going to show you some tricks on how to hack and modify your cell phone.
Video says a thousand words… so let the video does the talking… enjoy!
You could try this hack on your brand new mobile phone… but do remember the final step is to take your cell phone and toss it into the waste basket!
The Nokia E63 is essentially a cut-down version of the existing Nokia E71. It is a 3G smartphone with a QWERTY keyboard and WiFi, aimed generally more at consumers than business people, and with a significantly lower price tag.
Some obvious features that the E63 shares with the E71 are the QWERTY keyboard and the 2.36 inch QVGA display. As with the E71, the E63 is a 3G phone with WiFi support, microSD expandable memory, email and VPN support, a web browser, multimedia player, an FM radio and the Symbian S60 operating system. I have to admit I particularly love its email and VPN support.
Both handsets can use Nokia’s Ovi service, and E63 even has enhanced file sharing capabilities.