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  • The Nokia 6700: The New Classic
    Posted on November 30, 2009 by Pure Mobile

    At a first glance, the Nokia 6700 is reminiscent of a luxury vehicle. It is sleek and stylish with a refined and dignified design which would fit just as comfortably in the palm of any business executive as it does in your pocket. It is a polished, evolved and no nonsense take on the already-classic Nokia design which, on the pure basis of aesthetics, can hold its own in comparisons with smartphones such as the iphone or blackberry pearl. This is even more impressive due to the fact that it is not a smart phone but just a solid piece of technology that gets the job done beautifully—and quite frankly, it is beautiful.


    Amongst the clamor, clangor and chrome of the oversaturated market of handheld devices that resemble smartbooks more than mobile phones, The Nokia 6700 is indeed a breath of fresh air. It dares to remain handsomely minimal in terms of both looks and function; standing confidently defiant in the face of the smartphone arms race. Respectively, there is not much to cover here. All of the basic elements are in place. There is the keypad, which may be so effortlessly glided-over that it may as well be a virtual one. It contains a five megapixel camera that takes surprisingly lucid photographs which display vividly on the 56mm screen. There are also volume keys, a memory card slot and a micro USB port. Otherwise there aren’t many other features to speak of that do not come standard with basically any medium range phone. It has Bluetooth 2.1 capability, comes equipped with sms and mms messaging, including AIM, GPS navigation, a media and even OSS web browsing.

    It has been a very long time since a phone that was not a smartphone or touch screen has come around that could stand up to the competition as a viable alternative. For those who seek simplicity and smartness, the unlocked Nokia 6700 is not a smartphone but it is indeed a smart phone.

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  • They are in the homestretch, with Apple iPhone inching forward, they are nose to nose now, no, wait, they are passing, yes they are passing Nokia, and pulling away in the lead, and it is Apple for the win in profits over Nokia in the most recent financial quarter. This is the latest race in a competition that has been remarkably close for some time.

    Competition between Apple Corporation and Nokia Corporation for the top profit in cell phone sales has been very close in recent times. The second quarter of the year 2009, saw Nokia's income around $1.1 billion, and Apple's estimated income for their popular iPhone was just $1 billion. Apple iPhone cellular phone profits at one point had been trailing behind Nokia's by approximately $100 million before they surged into the forefront and took away the lead.


    These two rival companies have both produced some impressive new cell phones, but Nokia perhaps had the advantage having been producing cell phones for considerably longer than Apple who just hit the market a little more than 2 years ago. The only phone that Nokia produced that seemed to compare favorably against the popular iPhone was the Nokia 5800, but the price difference was quite noticeable with an Apple costing around $250 to $300 while the Nokia commanded a price of $600.

    Nokia has been coping with some tough times, though they have continued to fare quite well in Europe. The company has had to cut expenses due to issues with the global economy, and has had to lay off many employees.

    With the new crown as the top most profitable players in the business of cellular phones, Apple is moving forward and making its mark, but is unlikely to really phase Nokia, a huge company that is going to remain a serious competitor and continue to grow in the ever expanding technological world of cell phones.

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  • The Nokia X3: FCC Approved
    Posted on November 9, 2009 by Pure Mobile

    Good news Nokia fans! The Nokia X3 made it. Rather surprising but it passed through FCC's bowels. The Nokia X3 was launched in September this year and not many really expected it to be in the US like many of the company's unique and fun handsets. But hey, it is now here in all its glory. The sleek handset was revealed in Germany together with the Nokia X6 last September. It came with the first wave of Nokia's X Series.

    The Nokia X3 (not the SE X3) is not 3G equipped so either T-Mobile or AT&T will be carrying this new handset. Its European specs remain; the slider comes with a 3.2 megapixel cam along with an FM radio with stereo speakers, dedicated music keys, and microSD ports ready for expansion.


    For music lovers, it is interesting to note that the Nokia X3 enables its users to continue listening to favorite songs while on a flight -thanks to Nokia's innovative “flight mode” that does not affect any signal or frequencies while onboard a plane. Now that is cool.

    The X3's messaging system is well supported. It has an inbox for SMS and MMS in messenger/conversational view while Nokia Xpress Audio Messaging is also supported. It also brings in users' instant messaging and email accounts on the device through Nokia Messaging 2.0.

    The Nokia X3 price in Europe is at 115 Euros (when unlocked) so it will probably go in a similar price here as well. At $169 with all these specs, that is a good enough deal.

    American fans are now salivating for the phone's release in the US and that is of course not without basis since the phone is amazing in its own right. In fact, many of us are now thinking of throwing our old handsets away and get this Nokia X3. Thank goodness, it passed FCC's process! Amen to that.

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  • Nokia has added a low-end selection of Nokia handsets -the Nokia 1616, 1818, Nokia 2220 slide and the 2690. The four new handsets have basic features with really low price tags.

    Let us get to know them better shall we? The Nokia 2690 has a VGA camera along with an FM radio/built-in stereo and a 3.5mm audio jack. It also has microUSB support and Bluetooth. It is global roaming capable with its quad band and the internal memory can support up to 8GB.


    With it being quite cheap, it does not mean, the thrifty buyer will have a black and white phone. In fact, the Nokia 2690 includes a 1.8 inch 262K colors LCD display. The resolution is 128 x 160 pixels.

    The estimated price is 54 Euros that is before taxes -that is still quite cheap with the functionality and capability the phone has. It will be available in white silver, graphite, blue and hot pink. It will be out in Europe in the first quarter of 2010.

    The Nokia 2220 slide that is capable of showing 65K colors with a resolution the same as that of 2690. It comes with an FM radio a VGA camera and an EDGE support. The 2220 slide will have six sexy color options: turquoise, graphite, warm silver, purple, hot pink and blue. This phone will cost about 45 Euros and will come out before the end of '09.


    Ultra low-end Nokia 1616 and 1800 come with an LCD display of 65K colors and a resolution of 128 x 160 pixels. The two handsets also has LED flashlights and owners can change color covers anytime. The 1616 has a standard 3.5 audio jack while the 1800 has a headset included for its FM radio.

    The 1800 will be out in 2010 at 26 Euros while the 1616 will be out in the earlier part of next year at an affordable 24 Euro rate.

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  • Nokia 5630 XpressMusic Review
    Posted on October 28, 2009 by Pure Mobile

    Music and media lovers everywhere are falling in love with the new Nokia 5630 XpressMusic.  The device features a rare voice recognition system that will play artists, songs, videos, and games just by telling it what you want to do.  The standard microSD card included with the phone is 4GB and should hold up to 3000 tracks, but it can be switched out for a 16GB microSD card for music lovers who find the generous 4GB still is not enough.  An FM radio is also included on the phone, as well as an excellent media player providing top-notch audio quality.  Wi-Fi capability makes managing your music collection a breeze with easy access to the Nokia Music Store for easy purchasing of new music and the Nokia Music for PC software making transfer of your existing music collection as easy as drag and drop.  Voice dial and commands can prove to be very convenient features for those who take the time to learn how to use them.


    The Nokia 5630 XpressMusic phone features are practical and efficient as well, such as quick access to all recent communications with your 20 closest contacts including emails, text messages, photos shared and phone logs in one place.  A 3.2MP camera with flash also comes standard and is perfect for quickly sharing photos on the most popular social networking internet sites, many of which also happen to be easily accessible with software included on the phone.  The device also boasts an N-Gage game catalogue of leading publisher’s mobile games and the ability to have multi-player challenges. USB charging can be quite convenient when open power outlets are hard to come by, and allows you to load music files onto the device without the purchase of another gadget. Developers continue making new phones more compact, and the Nokia 5630 XpressMusic is no exception to this rule.  The Nokia 5630 XpressMusic is sleek and user friendly and comes packed with a long list of solid features you cannot get anywhere else.

    More information on the Nokia 5630 XpressMusic is available at

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  • Four New Phones Coming Soon
    Posted on September 3, 2009 by Pure Mobile

    This week 4 new phones have been announced by Nokia and Sony Ericsson.  Nokia has announced the Nokia X3, Nokia X6 and the Nokia N97 Mini.  Sony Ericsson on the other hand has announced the Sony Ericsson Xperia X2.

    The Sony Ericsson Xperia X2 is going to be released similar to the Sony Ericsson Xperia X1.  The Xperia X2 is going to come in a X2 and X2a version.  Basically one (X2a) will have 3G for North America and the other (X2) will have European 3G.  The Xperia X2 is going to have Windows Mobile Professional 6.5, Wifi, Bluetooth 2.1 with A2DP, and even an 8MP camera built in.  All in all the Sony Ericsson Xperia X2 does seem like a nice upgrade from the popular Xperia X1

    Sony Ericsson Xperia X2 Sony Ericsson Xperia X2

    Nokia's first phone is a follow up the the Nokia N97.  The new phone is the Nokia N97 Mini.  It is a strange release because the N97 Mini is pretty much the same as the N97.  If you are wondering the difference one website saide the Nokia N97 Mini is the N97 at 90% the size.  Basically it's not really that mini.  It still has the 8GB of internal memory, the 5MP camera and the FM transmitter.  If you found the N97 to be a little bulky then you should definitely give the Nokia N97 Mini smartphone a look

    Nokia N97 Mini Nokia N97 Mini

    [image: Gsm Arena]

    The second phone is the Nokia X3.  This is rumored to be a lower budget phone.  The rumor is that the Nokia X3 will cost around $150USD, but that has yet to be determined.  The X3 looks to be a really nice phone.  It's going to be a slider without 3G capabilities.  It will have a 3.2MP camera, Bluetooth v2.1 with A2DP, and will support up to a 16GB MicroSD card.

    Nokia X3 Nokia X3

    The last phone that Nokia accounced was the Nokia X6.  This new phone will be a touch screen phone.  It will have 32GB of internal storage, a 5MP camera, European 3G and up to 8h 30mins talk time.  The Nokia X6 looks to be a really nice touch screen phone.

    Nokia X6 Nokia X6

    All these phones are expected to be out for Q4 2009.  If they will be pushed back we can't say but for now we are eagerly awaiting all the new phones.

    This post was posted in Nokia, Sony Ericsson and was tagged with Xperia X2, X6, X3, N97 Mini, Featured, Sony Ericsson, Nokia

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  • a few days ago had an article, which we actually would like to post our comments on.

    1 - A weak brand - We wouldn't call them a weak brand but we do agree they need more marketing.  The face time Nokia puts into their US launches is low.  With phones like the E71 and the E72 and N86 getting FCC approval some really good phones are coming to market.  They just need to market them.

    2 - Lack of focus on CDMA handsets - This we had a problem with.  Granted we sell GSM phones but overall CDMA is not as widespread as GSM.  If you get a quad-band GSM phone you pretty much can go all over the world and get covereage.  The same doesn't go for CDMA.  Nokia decided it wasn't really a good investment since it's only the US and Canada that really support the network and now it even looks like the two major CDMA providers in Canada are swtiching to GSM.  Why support something that looks to be dying off?

    3 - Poor execution - In recent history Nokia has made a few mistakes.  The Nokia 5800 XpressMusic didn't have the best launch which is a shame since the phone as actually a very good one and their apps store, Ovi, had a rocky start as well.  Again doesnt' help but anyone can bounce back considering no company has had a perfect launch record

    4 - Lack of carrier relationships - This goes back to the CDMA problem.  They have phone with AT&T and T-Mobile which is the major GSM networks and it's exactly what they want.

    5 - Unusual design - They have a lot of straight body phone and a few sliders.  With the amount of people who love the iPhone people are getting away from the flip phone.  Maybe we will start to see more

    6 - Symbian - Alright it's not a perfect O/S but is there really any that is?  Windows Mobile has its problems, Android has its problems, and Apple has their problems as well.   Nothing perfect, but at least like all of them Symbian is being constantly being worked on

    7 - An insignificant app store - Wired compared Ovi to the Apple Apps Store.  First things first the Apps store launched over a year ago, but Ovi lunched in May of this year.  They also say compare the 20 000 apps at Ovi to the 55 000+ apps at the Apple store... Again over a year.  Personally we feel to have have the apps in only 3 months that's pretty good.

    So overall alright Nokia gets no love in the US and yes they don't do as much as they should but overall we think the landscape is changing.  Nokia makes some great phones and people just need to start giving them a chance

    Nokia Phone

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  • That's right folks according to Nokia is set to release a new cell phone sometime in September.  If the rumors are right this will be the Nokia 3720 and it will be a waterproof phone that is also dustproof.

    Being waterproof and dustproof the Nokia 3720 will let you worry less about common problems that plague cell phones.  Many people spill a little water on them.  Another feature is the Nokia 3720 is also shockproof.  This means that it can be dropped and the phone will still work.  Granted we're not saying take it to the top of a 5 story building but you won't have to worry anymore if it falls of the table or slips out your pocket

    So for now this is simply a rumor and we will have to all wait to an official announcement with specs but at least it looks promising.

    Nokia 3720

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  • So this week brings us some really good news.  The Nokia E75 NAM (North American version) is coming to PureMobile this week.   That means that you'll be able to use North American HSDP or 3G with the phone rather then having to suffer on the slower EDGE network.

    This is great news.  This means all the goodies that come wiht the Nokia E75 will be finally fully available.  You get the convenience of Nokia's first slider phone, Wi-Fi,  MicroSD support with a 4GB card included.

    According to a review from Softpedia for the display quality

    ...As usual, the colors, the contrast, as well as the quality of the image displayed are flawless. Add to that perfect sunlight eligibility and you get an excellent display that can meet any user’s expectations....

    And in a review from MobileBurn the have a positive review of the keyboard

    The QWERTY keyboard is extremely pleasurable to type on, with large keys and easy-to-read labels. Like the numeric keypad, the QWERTY keyboard's backlight is bright and even, illuminating even the outer keys. There is also some space between the top keys and the top half of the phone, so you shouldn't have any trouble hitting these top keys.

    From the reviews this seems to be a very good phone and with the Nokia E75 NAM now released everyone can enjoy the phone

    Nokia e75 NAM

    [image: BoyGeniusReport]

    This post was posted in Nokia and was tagged with North American, Feature, E75, Nokia

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  • The latest Nokia Phones
    Posted on April 2, 2009 by Pure Mobile



    Nokia is one of the world’s largest manufacturers of mobile phones with a global market share of   38% in Q3 of 2008. The company provides solutions and services for mobile telecommunications as well as network infrastructure The Nokia cell phones cover all type of subscribers-may be a business man or a general end user. The exclusive range of Nokia wireless handsets are manufactured using GSM and latest mobile technologies. Nokia Cellular Phones are high on style as well as offers optimum functionality. Here is a list of popular cellular phones from Nokia.

    Nokia N96: The Nokia N96 smartphone offers a great multimedia experience. It supports high quality DVD like videos in great formats, such as MPEG-4, Windows Media Video and Flash Video at 30 frames per second. Capture high quality clear images with its 5 MP camera and share them on internet or TV. You can also geotag these pictures with location data as it features an integrated A-GPS. Other features include 128MB RAM, 256MB storage memory, and 16 GB internal memory and support for GPRS, HSCSD, EDGE, v2.0 microUSB and 3G, UPnP, Bluetooth 2.0 +EDR and USB 2.0 High-Speed.

    Nokia N78: This sleek, smart and stylish phone is a combination of great style and unmatched functionality. This multimedia 3G smartphone comes in a stylish candybar design with great cutting edges and a glossy finish. The phone comes with a  2.4 Inch QVGA type screen, 3.15 MP camera, built in A-GPS,s 96 MB SDRAM memory, 70 MB internal memory and a support for  WCDMA 900/2100 HSDPA, EGSM 850/900/1800/1900 ,WLAN, Bluetooth 2.0 and USB 2.0

    Nokia 6600 slide: The Nokia 6600 slide comes in a fashionable sleek casing and claims to be the smallest ever slider phone designed by Nokia till date. This unique phone boasts a very stylish look and great functionality. One interesting feature about this slider phone is that it indicates time, snoozes, alerts and silences or rejects incoming phone calls when it is tapped twice. Some other features in this phone include a 2.2 inch QVGA display, 3.2 mega-pixel camera, Bluetooth, or GPRS Nokia Xpress Audio Messaging and USB.

    Nokia 5800 XpressMusic: This phone comes with a great style and sophisticated looks and is a superb phone to offer rich multimedia experience. This touch screen phone provides an excellent entertainment source as it plays your favorite music, video and more with a one touch. Other features in this phone include a QWERTY keyboard, 3.2-megapixel autofocus, microSD slot (with support for 16GB cards), 3G, Wi-Fi and Bluetooth.

    Nokia phones are always give you a bang for you buck.  With new phones like the N86 and N97 slated to be released later this year Nokia looks to keep themselves firmly ontop in terms of quality.

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