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Rumours!!!Sony Ericsson Idou to Arrive in October?

The Idou from Sony Ericsson might not be the must-have phone you were waiting for but we have a rumored date for it. The Idou should go on sale in October which means you will get plenty of time to adjust your budget for it. That impressive camera will definitely cost you an extra buck or two.

The phone will offer you a 3.5-inch touchscreen, a 12 megapixel camera, GPS and probably more smartphone-like features. According to Sony Ericsson officials the phone will ship “sometime in the second half of the year” but nobody is confirming the October launch date.

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Nokia 6210 released in Asia

Nokia 6210 reached Asian market too late. This phone was initially released in Europe in Summer 2008. Nokia’s plans to re-enter the South Korean market have been confirmed today, as the Finnish company officially announced this phone release in Asian Market.

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The phone currently does not supports navigation capabilities because of country regulations that ask GPS-capable handsets to use locally-based map servers.   

Without its navigation capabilities, 6210s is presented only as Nokia’s first 3G handset to be sold in South Korea.

Manufactured at the Korean Masan facility, Nokia 6210s should be available as of today, via KTF, for 396,000 KRW (about $300).

LG KG 300 – Losing its value or still in demand?

LG KG 300 is one of the most commonly used phones in Asia. Beside its cheap price, it has many other cool specifications that usually Asian users need in their handsets – Like GPRS, Bluetooth, color display, FM coder, good battery and more memory space.

lg-kg300-00However, don’t know why, but I found many user reviews where I found them complaining about this phone – Few of them have complaints about poor battery, low sms memory, bad camera and themes –  

“This Phone has both good and bad qualities. I am using this phone from since it was released (Dec’2006). I found one problem that its vibration mode is not working sometimes. Its battery life is poor. Even though there is 1 point of battery, the phone is turning of automatically after you receive any incoming call. It is having codec problem while playing an MP3 file. it plays only some mp3 files that are decoded according to this phones spec.” says Ram Mohan at a popular site.

Another annoyed user commented : this phone is very bad: poor camera; poor display; very bad sound quality; no themes; slow menu; slow Bluetooth speed; poor battery talk time

buy any nokia 3110c, 3500c, 6080 , 6151, these phone are of best quality, nokia, have all the features of all latest phones & available at the same price as of this ugly kp220.

A phone with 100 x 46 x 17 mm dimension and weight almost 89 grams – The phone has 60 MB shred memory along with GPRS, USB and Bluetooth port(v 1.2). The phone has stand by battery up to 250 hr and talk time up to 3 hours. However, many users still demands this phone – probably that’s the reason this phone is not available in local market.

Nokia 6300 with a battery solution ?

Nokia has been pioneer in providing the most user-friendly handsets so far that even looks great. Hira my sister had this phone last year – Today I decided to write her personal opinion about this cell phone.

nokia-63001She is an M.B.B.S student , and always saw her taking snaps of the environment around her – Before asking her the reason , I thought may be its her hobby but when she told me that she is collecting these pictures for the research for her Community Medicine subject. I was surprised to know how the advancements in today’s technology can really help a MBBS student as well.

Besides collecting pictures, other advantages include a slim candy bar build and solid design. At just 91g it is as close to a featherweight as you’ll get for a phone with so much metal in its casing. A good proportion of the front fascia and the back battery cover are made of cold silver metal. The front buttons are silver plastic, while the upper third of the back of the casing, screen surround and shortcut buttons are black plastic, the latter punctuated by a silver navigation key. The color scheme and use of metal lend an air of sophistication to what is essentially a low cost, mid range handset.

It is 106.4 mm tall, 43.6 mm wide and 11.7 mm thick. That doesn’t quite match the W800i’s ‘Size Zero’ 103 x 47 x 9.4mm but it gets close enough for me, and very importantly, this phone beats the W880i hands down on the all important factor of usability.

The 6300’s main keys are sizeable and clearly marked, making fast texting unproblematic. The Nokia selection keys and Call and End keys are well spaced, and the navigation pad and its central select button are large.

The major disadvantage of the phone includes no UTMS support, and low battery. It is prone to fingerprints and it always takes the portrait orientation of images taken with the camera. Videos can only be taken at QCIF (176 x 144 pixels) resolution only. Side keys are difficult to press although the keypad of the phone itself is very convenient. Last, there is no infra red port.

Nokia 6300 has a memory card slot located under the rear plate, on the left – a happy solution allowing memory card changing without switching off the device. The slot is for microSD cards; one such of 128 MB capacity is directly available with the purchase of the phone, whose internal memory is otherwise rather limited (approximately 7.5 MB).