Saturday, 9 June 2012

Nokia NFC Technology


Nokia NFC Technology

The Touch Of Genius

The Nokia NFC is ingenious technology that makes life more simple, easy and straightforward with fun. NFC is a quick and easy way you can connect, share, transfer and play with your Nokia Mobile phone.

The Nokia NFC technology is one step ahead to make Nokia smartphone more better.

What is NFC?

What could be easier than touching phones together to share your world and connect with friends? That’s pretty much all it takes to make Near Field Communication (NFC) work on an enabled phone.

NFC makes it possible for your phone to instantly connect and interact with other phones, devices and interactive tags. 
You can use an NFC-enabled phone to simplify purchases, or as an alternative to a travel card. You can also get information such as news or travel updates by touching your phone to a ‘smart’ poster – or swap personal details with a new contact with a simple tap.

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NFC makes it easy to share your world with friends and family. Whether it’s photos and videos you’ve taken, or a film you just have to show someone – NFC makes it so simple. 
How simple? Find the photo you want to share, tap the phone you want to pass it to, and that’s it – even easier than taking a photo! You can share videos between phones the same way. 
Swapping contact details with people is now simpler too. There’s no need to send messages or make calls. NFC also helps you in your work life. Who needs business cards when you can swap contact details just by tapping two phones together?

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NFC turns your entertainment completely wireless. You can pair your device with compatible headphones and wherever you are, whatever you’re doing – you can listen to what you love.
You can start a party anywhere by pairing your phone with compatible speakers to create the ultimate in home-entertainment. And if you’ve got a lot on your hands, you can go hands-free by tapping your phone to connect to a compatible handset. Then you can carry on the conversation as you go about your business. When you’re finished, just tap to hang up.


It’s not only devices that you can interact with. With NFC tags you can touch ‘smart’ posters in the street to download a trailer for the next blockbuster movie or music festival.  
Clothes shopping becomes even more fun and convenient when you can check size and colour choices just by tapping the in-store display. And dining out is even more tantalising when you can touch an interactive ad in the newspaper to get directions to that great new restaurant everyone is talking about.
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Share the magic

NFC takes gaming to whole new levels. Tap into the challenge of Angry Birds with Magic with your friends.
It features 20 levels, 15 of which can only be activated by touching your NFC-enabled phone with another. Can’t find someone else with an NFC phone? Simply wave the phone in front of NFC tags embedded in selected locations and there’s your next level – now that’s magic!
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Tap for apps

Drivers, start your engines...Experience the excitement of multiplayer gaming and tap into NFC racing with Asphalt 5. 
Everything you’ve ever dreamed of doing behind the wheel is here on your phone. Stop dreaming and get in!

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Wednesday, 6 June 2012

10 things to know about Nokia C-Series…


10 things to know about

      Nokia C-Series

1. Nokia C2 is the first dual SIM phone from Nokia

If we were to name just one thing you guys have been hankering for over the past two years, it would be dual-SIM phones. Cue the fanfare and the Nokia C2: Nokia’s first dual-SIM phone. The Nokia C2 can keep both SIM cards active, meaning calls and text messages can come to either number while the phone is on. The first SIM card on the Nokia C2 sits underneath the battery. The second SIM card is ‘hot-swappable’, a feature unique to Nokia, meaning it can be removed and inserted when the phone is on. But, what we want to know now is, what would you do with a dual-SIM phone? 

2. Grab your Nokia C3 from Indonesia, but you’ll have to join the queue

This week, the Nokia C3 landed in Indonesia and caused quite the furore. Across 10 cities including Jakarta, Bandung, and Yogyakarta, avid fans queued in torrential rain to get their mitts on Nokia’s latest offering. We’d be glad to join the end of that queue, as the Nokia C3 is a stonker. It’s the most affordable QWERTY device ever to come out of Es-poo. Based on the same form factor as the now popular Nokia E71 and Nokia E72. Inspired by its elder brethren, the C3 brings messaging to the masses, coming as it does with Ovi Mail pre-installed so users can get up and running on email in a snap. It’s also a very capable snapper and – with GPRS and WiFi on board – is perfect for sharing pictures, too. Users can also access their favourite social networks, such as Facebook and Twitter, right from the homescreen.
Nokia Lumia Series Mobile

All the details: Nokia Lumia Series Mobile Phones: 

3. Nokia C1-00 boasts double SIM functionality 

We’ve had the Nokia C2 sporting dual SIM, but there’s also the Nokia C1-00 boasting double SIM. Similarly to the Nokia C2, the Nokia C1-00 can house two SIMs, but both won’t work simultaneously.  Slip in your pair of SIMs and decide which one you’d like to use when you power up. Swapping is simple enough, just press the appropriate button and the handset will switch.

4. The Nokia C5 is one of the first devices to include the joint mobile app store – Mobile Market – Ovi Store in China

Hot-to-trot after the initial announcement, the Nokia C5 will soon be available to China Mobile customers. Along with the X5, the C5 is the first in the East to glean access to the joint mobile app store, Mobile Market-Ovi Store. Not only will users have access to brand-spanking new apps, they’ll be a cinch to get hold of too, as the Nokia’s C5 will be able to make the most of China’s high-speed 3G network. It’ll also come preloaded with apps including CMCC Music, Mobile Video and Fetion IM.

5. It’s not all about the candybars when it comes to the Nokia C-Series

We all love a bit of candy, but the C-Series offers a bit of variety too. True, the latest Nokia C1 bunch (C1-00, C1-01, C1-02) and the Nokia C2 are all candybars, but there’s also the full QWERTY keyboard flavoured Nokia C3, and the slide-out QWERTY Nokia C6.

6. The Nokia C3 is the first Series 40 device to come sporting a full QWERTY keyboard

The E-Series isn’t the only club that’s privy to a full QWERTY keyboard. Launched in April 2010, the Nokia C3 won the accolade of being the first Series 40 device with a full QWERTY keyboard. Putting messaging firmly in the palm of your hand, this tiny tyke comes packing access to your favourite Instant Messaging, social networking and email accounts, all courtesy of Nokia Messaging.

7. The Nokia C2 has some bang-for-your-buck, and is one of the most affordable Series 40 devices to date

Not only is the Nokia C2 the first dual SIM phone to make it out of Nokia’s stable, but it’s also the most wallet-friendly Series 40 device. With more features that you could shake a smartphone-shaped stick at, it comes in at a bargain price of 45 Euros before taxes and subsidies. Along with the dual SIM, the Nokia C2 also offers a wide range of information covering healthcare, agriculture, education and entertainment via Nokia’s Ovi Life Tools, as well as the email account for the developing world, Ovi Mail. In addition to Ovi Mail, people’s favorite consumer email and chat accounts can be pushed direct to the phone via Nokia Messaging. Listening to music is simple with the FM radio and music player, with a massive amount of music storage with the phone supporting micro-SD cards of up to 32GB. There’s also enough room for up to 1,000 entries in the phone book, and a standby time of up to 16.5 days. A VGA camera, Bluetooth and GPRS also make the Nokia C2 a very attractive offering.

8. Nokia Cseries was the first to receive a new-generation Nokia name

We’re pretty accustomed to Nokia’s naming conventions now, but the first to adopt the change was the Nokia C5. Launched back in March, the device heralded a change in Nokia’s monikers. There are now four series of devices – Nokia C-Series, X-Series, E-Series and N-Series. Whilst the latter two have been around for a while, and X-Series has been around since last year’s Nokia World, the latest addition of
C-Series rounds off the complete set. What’s more, within each series of devices, we’re seeing a new range of numbers, from 1 to 9, each signifying the range of functionality on offer, and the approximate prices of the devices – 1 being the lowest and 9 being the highest.

9. Ovi Life tools is available on the Nokia Cseries

We mentioned it above, but we think it’s worth mentioning twice as Ovi Life Tools is such a fantastic offering for many emerging markets. Sitting pretty in the Nokia C2 and Nokia C1-01 and Nokia C1-02, the SMS-based subscription service is split into three areas: agriculture; education and entertainment. Users can get daily weather updates, agriculture news and advice, plus the latest market prices for three chosen crops. The education texts provide English language tips, exam preparation hints and career information, while entertainment keeps users up to date with cricket scores and the latest ringtones.

10. Messaging for the masses is what the C-Series does best

Across the board, each C-Series device is designed with keeping connected in mind, with either Nokia Messaging or Ovi Mail is on board. Nokia Messaging brings together a pretty compelling communications package, with support for up to 10 email accounts, support for major email vendors, including business email through Microsoft Exchange and Lotus Notes Traveller and support for major Instant Messaging accounts, as well. Ovi Mail, on the other hand, offers an email solution for everyone. There’s a beefy 1GB of storage included, along with extras such as out of office, and tapping into Ovi Mail is easy, whether you’re on the web or on your phone. Use a PC and web browser to log in and you’ll see neat options to select multiple messages, sort through them by sender or date, and even drag and drop to quickly move emails from one folder to another.

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Monday, 4 June 2012

Nokia Lumia 900 Specification and Price


DescriptionNokia Lumia 900 is the rumored successor of the newly launched Nokia Lumia 800 smartphone . It will more powerful than its predecessor and will be running the next upgrade of the Windows Phone OS (Tango) . Also it will sport a larger touchscreen display (4.3-inch) in comparison to the 3.7-inch display of Nokia Lumia 800 . The design of both the phones looks similar with uni-body encasing and slim form factor (merely 9mm thick) . The new Nokia Lumia 900 is said to sport the same micro-SIM card mechanism (pin-out) as is that of its biggest competitor , the Apple iPhone.
Dimensions127.8 x 68.5 x 11.5 mm
Weight160 g (With Battery)
Battery TypeLi-Ion 1830 mAh (BP-6EW)
DisplayDisplay Colors16M Colors, WVGA
Display Resolution480 x 800 Pixels, 4.3"
MemoryMemory InBuilt14.5 GB (Internal) + 512 MB RAM
Push MailNo
Mega Pixels8.0 MP, 3264 x 2448 Pixels
Camera ZoomDigital Zoom with Auto-focus and Dual LED Flash
Video CaptureMPEG-4, 3GP, 3GP2, MP4, M4V, MBR, WMV, H.264
ConnectivityPortsUSB Port 2.0
BluetoothBluetooth v2.1
WifiWi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n
InternetGPRS, EDGE, HTML 5, IE9
EntertainmentMusic PlayerMP3, M4A, M4B, AAC, AAC+, eAAC+, WMA9, AMR-NB&WB
FM RadioYes
GamesXbox Live Games
Ring TonesYes
Loud SpeakerYes
Technology3GHSDPA upto 14 21 Mbps; HSUPA upto 5.76 Mbps
OSWindows Phone 7.5 Mango

Touch ScreenCapacitive Touch Screen
Dual SimNo

NetworkOperating FrequencyQuad-Band GSM 850/ 900/ 1800/ 1900 MHz
Talk TimeUpto 7 Hours
Standby TimeUpto 300 Hours
GPSA-GPS, Nokia Maps, Bing Maps
Special FeaturesProcessor : 1.4GHz, Calendar, Contacts, To-Do list, Media (Music, Video, Photos, Podcast), Zune for PC and Mac Connector Software, Marketplace, App Highlights, ESPN Sports Hub, AT&T U-verse Mobile, Notes, Calendar, To-Do List, Detailed Contact Information, Gmail, Nokia Mail, Yahoo Mail, Outlook Mobile, Other Email Accounts, Windows Live & Hotmail, Document format (PDF, Word, Excel, OneNote, Powerpoint),

Price of Nokia Lumia 900 is Approx about ₤ 600.

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Nokia Lumia Series Mobile Phones

With each Nokia Lumia you'll discover Live Tiles for instant updates on your Start screen, Internet Explorer 9 for super-fast browsing, and beautifully sleek award-winning designs. Nokia Lumia – experience the amazing everyday.

Nokia Lumia makes browsing, sharing, and connecting faster and easier. With Live Tiles, People Hub, and Internet Explorer 9, you'll never miss an update or an opportunity to post what's going on in your world. With an engaging interface and intuitive design, you'll be just a few taps away from enjoying the people and things that matter most.

There's Nokia Drive for free turn-by-turn navigation and Nokia Maps to explore new places nearby and around the world. There's Nokia Transport to show you bus, train, and metro stops, routes, and times. And there's App Highlights too, to keep you up-to-date with the newest and best apps and games.

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Nokia C5 TD-SCDMA Specification and Price

Dimensions112 x 48 x 14.6 mm, 56 cc
Weight122 g (With Battery)
Battery TypeLi-Ion 950 mAh (BL-5F)
DisplayDisplay Colors16M Colors, TFT
Display Resolution240 x 320 Pixels, 2.4"
MemoryMemory InBuilt256 MB
Memory ExtendedmicroSD upto 8 GB
Push MailNo
Mega Pixels5.0 MP, 2560 x 1920 Pixels
Camera ZoomAutofocus
Video CaptureMP4, H.264, H.263
ConnectivityPortsUSB Port 2.0
BluetoothBluetooth v2.0 with A2DP
InternetGPRS, EDGE, WAP 2.0
EntertainmentMusic PlayerMP3, WAV, eAAC+, WMA
FM RadioNo
Ring TonesMP3 Ringtones
Loud SpeakerYes
OSSymbian OS v9.3, Series 60 rel. 3.2

Touch ScreenNo
Dual SimNo
JavaJava MIDP 2.0
NetworkOperating FrequencyQuad Band GSM 850/ 900/ 1800/ 1900 MHz
Talk TimeUpto 5 Hours
Standby TimeUpto 190 Hours
GPSA-GPS; Ovi Maps 3.0
Special FeaturesCPU: ARM 11 600 MHz processor, Document Viewer, Video/Photo Editor, Organizer, Facebook, YouTube, Flickr, MySpace, Flash Lite 3.0, Voice Memo

Price of Nokia C5 TD-SCDMA is Approx about 
RS. 14,600 (INR)

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