Posts Tagged ‘mobile phone

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Lately there was a lot of talk about mobile phones working with two SIM cards at the same time. And a lot of small Asian GSM manufacturers are offering quite cheap dual SIM mobile phones that do work quite good. And now it seems that bigger companies like Samsung are also turning to address the need of the users in using two different SIM cards at the same time, without having to wear to mobile phones with them everywhere they go. Samsung DuoS D880 Dual SIM Card Phone is a stylish slider that will offer the needed functionality, but it may be a bit too expensive for the people that are usually using more than one mobile phone. Apart from being able to work simultaneously with two SIM cards there is nothing else new or some other notable feature in the DuoS D880.

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Samsung DuoS Features
– Works with 2 SIM cards at the same time
– GSM 900/1800/1900 + EDGE connectivity
– 2.3″ QVGA Display
– 3.2 Megapixel camera with autofocus
– MP3 / AAC+ / WMA player
– Built-in FM Radio
– Bluetooth 2.0 A2DP, USB 2.0
– 1200 mAh battery
– Dimensions: 104?“??”51×18.9 mm

The DuoS is expected in November with a price of about $700.

More information about Samsung’s DuoS mobile phone…

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Does your mobile phone look ever so slightly dull? If the answer is yes, you could do with a few Fonies. These impossibly cute critters are set to take the world of mobile phone danglies (of course there’s one) by storm, because as well as being totally adorable they double up as screen cleaners. And while your beloved new companion may not appreciate being wiped all over a grubby screen, but after all your mobile’s screen is no longer an underused luxury; it’s an essential window to the wonders within, used for photography, picture messaging, gaming and more.

Screen cleaning aside, Fonies are a great way of personalizing your phone. And with several different characters to collect you can use them to change the appearance of your mobile to suit your every mood.

And while Fonies don’t light up, spin, dance, play tunes or even vibrate, but there’s something rather reassuring about dangling a squishy thingy from your phone. Maybe it’s their sheer simplicity that makes them so unfathomably desirable.

The Fonies will cost you about $8 each and there are quite a few different models.

If you can’t resist the Fonies anymore, go and order a few…

The Nokia N80 Internet Edition mobile phone brings together wireless LAN (WLAN), a robust browser, support for internet calls, a 3-megapixel camera, and quadband GSM WCDMA coverage along with an easy to use WLAN wizard (to make connecting to the internet easy), and a host of other internet services not previously installed together on Nokia devices.

The Nokia N80 Internet Edition comes out of the box ready to create, connect, consume and interact with some of the internet’s most popular services. Use Yahoo! Search in the Mobile Search application to conveniently search for and find most anything on the web, and use the Mini Map functionality of the internet browser to enjoy the pages you find. Browse through thousands of items at Amazon.com, or scroll though a book with Amazon’s MobiPocket Reader. You can also share your moments online – snap a photo and send it directly from your device to your Flickr site for your friends and family to enjoy too. Connect to the Yahoo! community using the Yahoo! Go for Mobile application. Be it shopping with Amazon, photo sharing on Flickr or simply searching for a restaurant with Mobile Search, the Nokia N80 Internet Edition can provide you convenient internet access when you are away from your PC.

The Nokia N80 Internet Edition comes loaded with Nokia’s new Download! client. Clicking on the Download! folder allows you to see what new applications are available for your multimedia computer, as well as keeping other selected applications current. The fully featured Nokia Web Browser with Mini Map makes browsing the internet easy and you view the web pages just the same way that PC web browsers display web pages.

Making an Internet call with the Nokia N80 Internet Edition is as easy as making a regular voice call only the call is carried over WLAN. The VoIP framework (based on the SIP protocol) is integrated into the Nokia user interface, and the Nokia N80 Internet Edition is allows for downloading compatible third party internet call applications. The wireless LAN wizard will help you locate and set up a WLAN connection, when you are close to a WLAN, either at home or a public hotspot.

The Nokia N80 Internet Edition comes in two stylish colors, patina bronze and pearl black, and is expected to be available from mid-September 2006. No word on pricing yet!

More information about Nokia’s mobile phones…


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