After Nokia’s undisputed cameraphone, the 808 PureView went on sale, we have heard of a issue with its display where it forms a purple tint under specific brightness conditions. While we would have thought it as a hardware issue but
We guessed we wouldn’t see the 41-MP behemoth Nokia 808 PureView go on the sale in the US and our guessing was based on the fact that Symbian which runs the amazing cameraphone is not exactly a favorite in the States. But Nokia
We saw the camera monster Nokia PureView 808 running a newer Symbian Belle iteration named the Nokia Belle Feature Pack 1 which was quite a substantial improvement over Belle and Nokia is now rolling out the Belle FP1 as an
The Nokia 603 was officially announced last October 2011. It is one of the first Symbian devices that feature the latest Nokia Belle software version. It has a very youthful looking design. It also comes with two (2) interchangeable back
Nokia unveiled the amazing Nokia PureView 808 with a whooping 41 MP camera at the MWC and we were quite amazed and equally impressed by the prowess of the camera sensor but it seems not everyone is excited especially the other makers
Well this was expected, Nokia’s camera mammoth 808 PureView won’t be coming to the North American markets which includes US. In the specs sheet, there’s a note about “global” availabilty which says excluding North America.
The newly unveiled camera mammoth, the Nokia 808 PureView is running on a more improved version of Nokia Belle known as Nokia Belle Feature Pack 1 and it will be brought to older Symbian 1GHz devices namely Nokia 603, 700
Nokia has been hard at work creating software for Windows Phone that is aimed at separating its Lumia lineup from the rest, but there’s been news that it’s also developing software for other platforms as well, namely iOS and Android.
With only a few days counting for MWC 2012, there has been many leaks on mobile phones. One of such which got leaked today is the Nokia 3020 from Chinese Ministry of Industry and Information Technology Ministry of Telecommunications authority.
Nokia users have started to receive the Belle update for their S^3 devices since yesterday. Meanwhile, many users may have found trouble in installing their old applications. This is because the applications that were compatible with Anna are not compatible with the
Famous for knowing absolutely nothing useful about Nokia, Eldar Murtazin ‘confirmed’ rumours and speculation of two supposed Nokia devices; the Belle running 801 and the Windows Phone running 910. Well, he’s wrong.
Nokia has officially launched the update to Nokia Belle today. The Belle update is available for all S^3 devices like Nokia N8, Nokia E7, Nokia E6, Nokia X7, Nokia C6-01, Nokia C7. The new Nokia Belle has a new interface with
According to the IDC’s annual report, Nokia is still the world’s largest mobile phone manufacturer with a 26,6% market share, shipping 417,1 Million phones in 2011. Samsung follows with a close second place at 22,8% and Apple is third with
According to a survey from Check Point Software, Apple’s iOS is the most popular platform among the IT pros, followed closely by RIM’s Blackberry platform. Check Point surveyed a total of 768 respondents across the United States, Canada, United Kingdom, Germany,
Nokia has Windows Phone as its primary OS, Symbian for midrange and Symbian and Series 40 combined for low end feature phones, plus there have been rumors of Maemo and Meego based Meltemi in works. If this wasn’t enough, the