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|Google purchased Android in 2005 for a small, undisclosed amount of money.||In the year 2005 when Google chose to make the Android company as part of its own the outside world of smart phones was overwhelmed by existing giants like iPhone and Microsoft. It was in their acclaimed presence that a noisy inclusion into the market might not have been able to bloom to its fullest. The publicity it would have gained would have involved severe comparisons with tried and tested counterparts. Any lacking on the part of Android would have been severely shunned and may have resulted in the breaking down of the entire launch sequence of it. It was in the light of these thoughts that Android, embedded with, wireless connectivity, social networking service, Google short messaging service, ability to locate the owner’s location and preferences silently made its way through to its present strong position. More >|
It was just a few days ago that we were praising another Windows Phone 8 Smartphone and its color options but the best was yet to come. Though Nokia had already entered the Windows 8 Smartphone regime quite a while back their latest addition to the family Nokia Lumia 620 has the property of being the least costly Windows 8 Phone in the market as yet. Available in beautiful and eye-catching seven colored options the phone precedes its sober colored Nokia Lumia 920 and Nokia Lumia 820 predecessors.
Nokia has recently unveiled and launched their three new models of smartphones that are notably powered by the latest version of Symbian operating system called Symbian Belle. Each of these three smartphones by Nokia has their own distinctive styles and features, like Nokia 700 is the one that is titled as the smallest smartphone in the world, while Nokia 701 shows it’s uniqueness by carrying the brightest display screen in the world and Nokia 600 is named as the loudest smartphone in the world, but all of these devices have one thing in common that is their 1GHz speedy processors. Read more details of each phone after the break.
Recently, we took you on a hardware tour of Nokia’s latest communicator phone, Nokia E7. And as you might have guessed, we are here to summarize and share with you the experience of our play time with Nokia’s QWERTY based phone. Details after the break.
Nokia, the Finland based mobile company which is now providing its exceptional service in almost every country of this world has announced some special offers for the Muslims (Local Community) in this Holy Month of Ramadan.
It has been a while since we did a mobile phone related hands-on video, last one being that of the Dell Streak 5. So I thought why don’t break the silence and do some smartphone video. Our wish has come true thanks to Nokia who has provided us with a review unit of Nokia E7 and the hardware tour video awaits you after the break.
Nokia and Etisalat have joined hands to announce that their customers in UAE will now have the opportunity to purchase content from the Nokia Ovi Store with billing directly to their mobile phone account. Etisalat is the first telecom company to launch this kind of service in UAE. The pleasant news is that the consumers will be able to use this service for both pre-paid and post-paid accounts. So, now you can download plenty of games, apps, wallpapers, videos, other personalized content for your Nokia devices and enjoy this excellent billing facility that has been provided to you by Nokia and Etisalat.
Note: For reading more about the service please see the Press Release that has been posted after the break.
Nokia has seen its share of the smartphone market slide as its handsets based on the Symbian operating system (OS) went from being top dogs to struggling contenders. There was talk that the Finnish firm would be partnering with a different OS developer for its future projects, a rumour which proved to be true when it recently announced a deal with Microsoft to bring Windows Phone 7 to its next array of smartphones. However, Nokia does not seem to be abandoning its other platforms outright as Symbian is being kept alive in the short term on models like the X7 and E6. The announcement of the Nokia N9, a smartphone based on the MeeGo OS, caused even more speculation that Nokia might not be putting all its eggs in the Windows Phone 7 basket.
Nokia has today launched in Middle East its latest compact QWERTY and touch-enabled smartphone which is known as Nokia E6.
Nokia has said on several occasions that it will unleash its first Windows Phone device later this year but has failed to provide a precise release date. WPCentral seems to have knowledge of the all important release date. According to the Windows Phone loving blog, the Finlanders will unleash their first Windows Phone device on 26th October.