Here are some unboxing pictures of Nokia E65 Black!. Looks way better than the brown one. Enjoy!
Just to briefly inform you guys that the new and upcoming Nokia N85 is soon to be released. It's UAProfile is now available on Nokia's website at the following link. http://nds1.nds.nokia.com/uaprof/NN85-1r100.xml . Although many expected this to be a video focussed device, it seems that it doesn't pack anything unique or interesting, not even any unusual video codecs. The device runs S60 3rd Edition Feature Pack 2 and packs a 5MP camera. More info will come when its available
A new released demo video of the new Sony Ericsson W595
22 07 2008
Sony Ericsson announces new mobile accessories: MBS-200, MBS-400, MPS-100, HBH-IS800, HPM-88 and HPM-66
Posted by: Phat^Trance in Bluetooth, Sony, Sony Accessories
Listening to music has never been easier following the launch of Sony Ericsson's latest range of music accessories. With innovative wireless music solutions and premium quality headsets that enhance the Sony Ericsson clear audio experience, the new range offers you something no matter how and where you want to listen to music!
London, July 22 - Sony Ericsson knows how important music is to everyday life and has delivered a brand new range of accessories that are smart, innovative and convenient for any music situation.
Today the market-leader in music phones has unveiled three new sets of speakers, the MBS-200, MBS-400 and MPS-100, to help music lovers go beyond the individual and play music directly from their mobile phone. Enhancing its music accessories collection Sony Ericsson has also introduced three new stereo headphones, HBH-IS800, HPM-88 and HPM-66 for the optimal listening experience.
"Sharing music and experiencing high quality sound is a fundamental human desire." said Jacob Sten, Head of the Accessories Division at Sony Ericsson, "Whether you are in the car, at a party or listening to the radio at work, music is around us all the time. We have designed our new range to ensure users get great performance with extensive listening time, crystal clear sound and sophisticated design that suits the needs of music fans everywhere. Our accessories ensure that people have an optimal experience however they choose to listen to music."
Premium wireless music
For those who want a more powerful sound, the MBS-400 comes with two speakers and allows you to experience high-quality stereo sound wherever you are.
Free your music
Clear audio experience
When combined with a compatible Sony Ericsson phone, clear audio allows you to listen to music as it was meant to be heard.
• The Active, behind the ear, stereo headphones HPM-66 allows you to get active with your music. Convenient and easy to use these comfortable and stable headphones will help you go that extra mile.
• Want to protect your phone? Keep your Sony Ericsson WalkmanTM phone safe with a new stylish phone case, IPC-40, which is available in two colours.
With this new range of accessories Sony Ericsson looks beyond the individual and continues to let you experience music on your mobile.
The Wireless Portable Speaker MBS-200 will be available in selected markets from Q4 2008.
The Wireless Stereo Speaker MBS-400 will be available in selected markets from Q4 2008.
The Portable Speakers MPS-100 will be available in selected markets from Q4 2008.
The Wireless Stereo Headphones HBH-IS800 will be available in selected markets from Q4 2008.
The Noise Cancelling Headphones HPM-88 will be available in selected markets from Q4 2008.
The Active Stereo Headphones HPM-66 will be available in selected markets from Q4 2008.
The Phone Case IPC-40 will be available in selected markets from Q4 2008.
Sony Ericsson’s new accessories at a glance
Eldar Murtazin of Mobile Review has published a preview of the Sony Ericsson W585 which is the successor of the W580.
"The W585i is a pretty late call, since the Nokia 5610 has been around for ages and its price has been on a downswing of late. And while the W585i will go for 50-80 Euros more, it won’t have much to offer – the 5610 already trumps it in terms of player functionality, camera and sales package. This way, the future of the Sony Ericsson W585i appears to be vaporous at best; but probably they haven’t thought about it much, releasing the remake of a marginally popular device. Hello? I can see no owners of the W580i lining up for such a steep upgrade."
22 07 2008
Music is reborn as Sony Ericsson announces three new Walkman phones and the next generation music accessories
Posted by: Phat^Trance in Sony
To coincide with the WalkmanTM phone's third birthday, Sony Ericsson has unveiled three brand new mobile phones giving music on the go to more users than ever. Best-in-class sound quality takes music on your mobile to the next level.
London July 22 - Building on three year's experience and technology 30 years in the making, Sony Ericsson continues to lead the way in the mobile phone music arena with cutting edge music technology and unique accessories.
Today, Sony Ericsson unveils its latest innovative additions to the WalkmanTM phone family: the W902, W595 and W302, and seven new music accessories. Sony Ericsson is unveiling phones and accessories with superior sound quality and pioneering features that take WalkmanTM phones beyond music and expectations with fantastic extras such as great imaging and video capabilities.
"Since the launch of our first WalkmanTM phone in 2005, Sony Ericsson has continued to pioneer a superior mobile music experience - and the 77 million WalkmanTM phones sold to date are testament to this commitment," says Ben Padley, Head of the Music Category at Sony Ericsson. "With this latest range of phones and accessories, we are offering high quality sound and a rich feature set that cements our position as a leader in the music phone category. We are pushing the boundaries of what people think is possible and are offering best-in-class sound quality and our most exciting WalkmanTM phones to date."
The list of pioneering and innovative features found on WalkmanTM phones continues to be unmatched in the industry. Features like the music recognition application TrackIDTM, SensMeTM, for matching your mood to the music and Shake control to change tracks with the flick of your hand make WalkmanTM phones stand out from the rest.
Sony Ericsson can now also announce best-in-class sound quality and a clear audio experience from its W902 WalkmanTM. The W902 features the same superior sound quality as the W980, about to launch shortly, which was rated "best audio experience" this month, in a trial conducted in Germany by TESTfactory*.
With the W902, users can listen to music the way it should be heard: true to original. It's also a mobile phone for those that want it all, with a five megapixel camera and great video capturing and sharing capabilities, an 8GB Memory Stick MicroTM (M2) for storing more than 8,000 songs**, the W902 is a top-of-the-range device that will make you the envy of your friends.
The W595 WalkmanTM is perfect for those who want to share sounds with their friends. Store and play more than 1,900 songs** through the built in stereo speakers. Plug in the in-box sharing jack to listen silently to your tunes with a friend or BluetoothTM your sounds to Sony Ericsson's range of wireless speakers.
The new W302 WalkmanTM is packed with impressive features in an affordable no-compromise slim handset. Targeting all audiences, the phone comes complete with an impressive two megapixel camera, FM radio, TrackIDTM and 512MB Memory Stick MicroTM (M2).
The next generation of accessories includes three new sets of speakers, the MBS-200, MBS-400 and MPS-100, to help music lovers go beyond the individual and play music directly from their mobile phone. Enhancing its music accessories collection Sony Ericsson has also introduced three new stereo headphones, HBH-IS800, HPM-88 and HPM-66 for the optimal listening experience.
22 07 2008
Posted by: Phat^Trance in Java Applications, Nokia, Nokia Apps (S60v3), Reviews
With the questions about the new Opera Mobile browser, I decided to run some non-scientific tests on sites I use regularly. First off, let me say that I'm a huge fan of Opera. I've run Opera Mini on various phones back to the original V3 RAZR since it came out. I've run Opera Desktop since it was shareware, for over 12 years I'm pretty certain. So I was hoping Opera Mobile would win.
Spoiler: It didn't.
I've performed a simple experiment - I've loaded the same pages in three browsers.