We know, we know. It’s hard getting excited for the Nokia 500′s of the world when there are so many smartphones to choose from. But everyone has a mom, brother or cousin who just doesn’t care about pixel density, megahertz and aperture size. Often, these folks want a phone to, you know, call people and, occasionally,
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Stephen Elop, Nokia’s relatively fresh-faced CEO, is a huge proponent of Windows Phone. He’s even putting most of his eggs in one basket as the company scales down its massive Symbian phone output (though complete support won’t stop until 2016) and is hoping to get as many customers to switch over to WP7 as possible.
Nokia is the largest mobile manufacturer in the world and today they have literally just dumped a bunch of impressive stats regarding their Ovi Store. On the company blog they stated that their application store sees a “whopping three million downloads a day”. Those are huge numbers. It gets better… there are now over 165
Video: Nokia demonstrates the future is in “stretchable electronic skin”, “super capacitor” and “nanowire sensing”
Nokia is going through a massive transition in leadership which will hopefully spur on new devices. One of Nokia’s strengths is that they are always sharing their ideas and innovation for possible future technologies. 3 video have just been uploaded by Nokia Conversations that give an insight into what might be coming up in a
The Nokia C3 was recently released on Rogers “Pay As You Go” and comes with a 2.4 inch display with customizable home screena, full QWERTY keyboard, MP3 Player, 2.0 megapixel camera, Wi-Fi and holds up to 8 GB with microSD card (only has 55 MB internal memory). We got a preview of this in action
There are about 30% of Canadians who’ve yet to get their first mobile phone and some of those people just want a basic device. Enter the Rogers Nokia 6700 Slide. You have to admit that for an entry level device it looks good, plus comes with a 2.2-inch display, 5 megapixel camera with Carl Zeiss
The 6700 Slide is off the rumour list and officially available. The price tag for this is as low as $79.99 on a 3-year and ranges to an affordable no-contract $229.99. There are Canadians who will be happy with this as their first device, or those who don’t want the features of a smartphone. Specs
Here’s something cool that Nokia Beta Labs is up to. They’ve put a quick video together that demonstrates how they’re integrating your smartphone right into your car. Basically all you have to do is plug it in everything shows up on the display: maps, music, weather. I guess you could even stream movies and play
At the Nokia E72 launch party it was announced that the device was going to be released by TELUS on July 11th… however it seems that the date was pushed up as it’s now available. As we stated earlier it’s got some good price points to it: 3-year contract: $99.99 2-year contract: $249.99 1-year contract:
You just might find a blue RV make its way through your city as Nokia Canada has started their cross-Canada tour to promote the N97 mini. Nokia will be putting live updates, photos and videos of the experience. Plus Nokia says you can “track our progress as we share our location on Nokia’s Ovi Maps”.