Jumat, 24 April 2009

Sony Ericsson C510 CyberShot Mobile Phone

Sony Ericsson C510 3G Mobile PhoneAn affordable mobile phone with Cyber Shot camera, geo-tagging facility, motion gaming and YouTube videos – its the Sony Ericsson C510 Camera Mobile Phone that we are talking about. Its a mid range phone gaining popularity because of its remarkable features and elegant looks. This candybar handset is available in two colour options – Black and Silver. Designed with a neat keypad, this mobile phone makes texting such an ease and it comes with a standard size of 107 x 47 x 12.5mm, but is relatively light weight, weighing just 92g.

Sony Ericsson C510 3G Mobile Phone comes with a display of 2.2” 320 x 240 pixels screen supporting 262k colours. The display can rotate automatically from portrait to landscape mode, thanks to the built-in accelerometer. It also supports motion-based gaming. Since it is a CyberShot phone, naturally, the highlight of the phone is its 3.2 megapixels camera with features like face detection, LED flash, auto focus and digital zoom. It has a Smile Shutter that automatically takes a shot when your subject smiles. All that you have to do is point the camera towards the right direction. There is geo-tagging too. You can even record video footage with this camera and also make video calls. Though the camera does not match that of the Sony Ericsson C905 or C902, this is a decent one considering its price.

Sony Ericsson C510 Bluetooth Mobile Phone is equipped with a music player with MegaBass, PlayNow, TrackID, all these enhancing the total music experience. There is FM radio with RDS to add on to the entertainment. With its 100MB integrated memory you can store plenty of music. You can even expand the memory by way of Memory Stick Micro up to 4GB. Its HSDPA lets you enjoy high speed internet access and faster data transfer rates. Bluetooth and USB further enhance its connectivity. This Sony Ericsson C510 Mobile Phone is a midrange phone with a lot of great features.

Source : http://www.mobilephonereviews.org/category/sony-ericsson/

Minggu, 19 April 2009


Take a look at pictures of Nokia's 7500 Prism, or its sister handset the 7900 Prism and you can be forgiven for thinking it is a very distinctive looking candybar mobile which ought to feel like a million dollars in the hand. Surely that is the idea behind the design, which makes the phone look like a cut precious stone. Distinctive it certainly is, but I'm not convinced about the expensive sheen.

The number keys are triangular in shape, as are almost all of the other keys on the front fascia. The mini joystick that acts as a navi key is housed in a diamond shaped surround. The back fascia mirrors this idea, being designed with pairs of triangles making diamond shapes. The whole of the front fascia has a shiny, reflective finish whereas the back mixes this with mat.

The front fascia also has a slightly raised main section, partly to add to the ‘cut like a precious stone' appearance and also, I am sure, to help the light bounce off it at interesting angles, which is, after all, the key to making precious stones glitter and glisten.

The problem with all this is that the effect doesn't work that well. You really don't feel that you have a piece of polished and cut jasper or jet in your hand because there's no getting away from the fact that the casing is made of lightweight plastic. In fact this mobile weighs a mere 83g, which is pretty light for a candybar of average proportions - 109mm tall, 43.9mm wide and 14.4mm thick.

Nokia has tried to integrate innards and shell when it comes to themes. You can select from among 12 themes for the phone, and the predominant colours they offer are blue, green, pink and red. Some are called ‘shards pink', ‘shards blue' and so on and these have a sort of angular design within them.

You can coordinate your chosen theme with a band of colour round the edge of the phone. You get three bands - blue, green and pink. You slot your chosen one onto the back of the phone before putting the back cover on. To be honest, neither effect makes much difference. This is still a plasticky mobile trying to look like something more than it really is, and failing.

Senin, 22 September 2008

NoKia Press Release

Nokia 8801
April 07, 2005

Exclusive audio accompaniment, including signature ringtone "Dharma", by award-winning composer Ryuichi Sakamoto
Espoo, Finland - Drawing upon modern watchmaking and jewelry techniques, Nokia has unveiled a truly inspired mobile phone for today's connoisseurs of quality and taste. Encased in a slim stainless steel body, the Nokia 8801 subtly glides open to reveal a number of distinctive details, each meticulously considered and researched to complement the prestige and quality of the device. To heighten the experience, the Nokia 8801 features exclusive audio accompaniment, including all ring tones and alerts, by award-winning composer Ryuichi Sakamoto. This attention to detail continues Nokia's heritage of premium mobile phones that have set the industry standard for elegance and performance.
With a Zen-like goal to balance form and functionality, the guiding principle of Nokia's designers and engineers was to create a truly modern mobile phone, the epitome of style and elegance, which would be a pleasure to use and a delight to behold. The organic flowing lines and dynamic surfaces perfectly complement the stainless steel and resin materials -- steel for its tensile strength and durability, and resin for its organic properties. The result is an elegant, 'human' design, comprised of materials destined to age with grace.
Finding inspiration in non-traditional sources, Nokia designers employed modern watch-making techniques, such as the use of metal injection molding on the function keys. A specially reinforced glass used in luxury timepieces provides added toughness and scratch-resistance to the front display, and even the Nokia marque has been chemically etched on the back plate using a process typically used by watchmakers.
The 'pop-up' mechanism of the Nokia 8801 is another study in functional design. Using a bi-stable spring mechanism and stainless steel ball bearings, like those used in high-performance automobiles, the keypad of the Nokia 8801 gracefully glides from its protective casing, revealing a hidden camera on the back.
The aural accompaniment of the Nokia 8801 is equally inspired. Award-winning composer and musician Ryuichi Sakamoto was commissioned to compose the ringtones and alerts. Throughout his distinguished career, Sakamoto has crossed musical and technological boundaries, experimenting with different musical styles and making a name for himself in popular, orchestral and film music.
Inspired by its modern lines and organic curves, Sakamoto has produced a musical accompaniment for the Nokia 8801 that captures an essence and emotion that touches both heart and mind. His creation draws on his vision of the Nokia 8801 user -- a world citizen constantly on the move, making an impression in a grayscale world and through great cities such as New York, Paris, Sydney and Shanghai.
"Subtlety and refinement are requirements of modern high design, appealing to consumers who place a high value in quality and attention to detail," explains Frank Nuovo, Nokia's Chief Designer. "We believe the Nokia 8801 belongs in this pantheon of iconic products - a sophisticated mobile communication device that quietly earns a nod of appreciation and admiration from other connoisseurs of fine taste."
The Nokia 8801 is expected to begin shipping in select markets during the third quarter of 2005. Today in Melbourne, Australia and Marrakech, Morocco, Nokia introduced the Nokia 8800, a new device that shares the same premium design details and features, but is designed expressly for the Asia/Europe market. The Nokia 8800 is expected to begin shipping in the second quarter of 2005. The Nokia Wireless Stereo Headset, also introduced today, is expected to begin shipping in the third quarter of 2005.
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Sabtu, 20 September 2008



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