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Articles tagged with: Nokia

RAZR V, Now In Canada

Motorola rolled out the RAZR V phone in China and recently announced the phone for Canada. The RZR V phone is a decent addition to the RAZR line.

The design is sleek and appealing; it is only 8.4mm thick and is protected by DuPont Kevlar fiber that provides a tough and scratch-resistant outer surface…

LG To Make It’s Own-In-House Processor

LG clearly is not one of the most wanted Android manufacturers in the United States or even across the globe. The problem is not with their software theme but their hardware is quite tasteless and lifeless. Samsung, Nokia, HTC and Motorola have far better hardware than the LG.

MeeGo Is Back To Life!

Jolla is a Finnish company smartphone product company that consists majorly of former Nokia employees. They have announced to take over the Nokia’s left-for-dead brand operating system that’s known as MeeGo operating system. The operating system basically was developed by Nokia for N9 smartphone but then decided to drop the plan and rather go for Windows OS.

Is HTC Really Going Down?

It seems like confronting Apple legally wasn’t such a good idea, HTC ended up losing the fight and hurting its sales. Normally nothing big is expected from patent lawsuits but that not always is the case. HTC is living examples. Due to the poor economic situation in Europe and the requirement for customs inspections after it lost a patent dispute with Apple, its profit fell down substantially by 57 percent!

Nokia 41MP PureView Camera Phone To Cost $700 USD

Nokia has just said that its 41-megapixel 808 PureView camera phone will cost $700 when it goes on sale to U.S. customers in unlocked form. Presales will begin on Amazon later this week.

Android Dominates Mobile OS Market

The OS war between different mobile operating system vendors is not new. Apple, Google, Microsoft, Nokia, RIM are some of the major contenders.

However, a study that was conducted recently states that Google dominates this pool of contenders with its Android OS. A research firm named Canalys recently carried out this survey which indicated that almost half of the world’s smartphones run Android while there is a major gap between iOS and Android. About 48 percent of the OS market belongs to Android while mere 19 percent is owned by iOS.

A No-Contract Dream For $200: Nokia 500

It looks like we may have an introductory touch screen smartphone before the famous Sea Ray debuts. The Nokia N500, a Symbian Anna powered phone, runs on a 1GHz processor (single-core), and while that may not seem like much, Symbian has been known to not use too many computing resources.

The device itself rocks a 3.2″ capacitive touchscreen with a modest 640 x 360 pixel resolution and a 5MP rear-facing camera to snap photos on the go.

Foxconn Will Replace Workers With 1 Million Robots

Foxconn is a Chinese based company and the biggest manufacturer of products of some notable companies such as Nokia, Apple and Sony. Foxconn recently got ripped from an iPad 3 manufacturing contract. Moreover the company had been suffering with some serious problems concerning mostly the labor.

The serious problems with labor were suicides of some of the workers because of low wages, protests against the company and an explosion in the factory. Consequently, Foxcon has now decided to replace manual labor with automated machine robots.

Nokia Tablet Concept, By Gregory Pizzato

Gregory Pizzatto, the man behind the Nokia BlackBerry concept, once again came up with an innovative concept. However, it is the tablet with the Nokia branding that he designed this time.

The Nokia tablet features a 10 inch screen and a 3D camera. The specific model is available in two colors, the black piano finish and a silver one.

The only real guess is what kind of operating system would be used on the new Nokia concept. The speakers implanted on the back side look bizarre, as if they were copied from some dummy and pasted there on the original.

Capacitive Touchscreen Vs Resistive Touchscreens

Most of us today have upgraded to gadgets with touch screens but have you ever wondered that what’s the difference between capacitive touch screens and resistive touch screens? These both are quite different.

The main reason they are different is the way they register the sensation of your finger.