Top Interesting Features of Nokia N-Series

Top Interesting Features of Nokia N-Series

The N-series has introduced lots of smart phones which can double-up as portable computers, cameras and music players. Moreover, in the past four years we have seen the Nokia N86, Nokia N95, Nokia N82, Nokia N97 and most recently the Nokia N900, Nokia N97 mini and Nokia N8. Here we take and in-depth look at the N-series to tell you everything you need to know:

Nokia Nseries devices are the most advanced in the Nokia range

Nseries has welcomed the features of the Nokia N86, Nokia’s first 8MP camera phone, the N95, one of Nokia’s most popular devices ever, and the most recently the 12-megapixel touting Nokia N8.

 

Nokia N-series

 

Over 17 million pictures uploaded onto Flickr are from N-series devices

About 2.4 billion friends are tagged in Facebook using N-series devices, and this figure will increase in the future.

 

Million pictures uploaded onto Flickr are from Nseries devices

 

The Nokia N8 is the first Nokia with a 12-megapixel camera and the capability to record HD

Nokia N8 is the first Nokia to sport a 12-megapixel camera with the most advanced imaging talents ever to appear in a Nokia smartphone, and it comes to capturing HD video footage in stunning 720p.

 

Nokia N8 is the first Nokia with a 12-megapixel camera and the capability to record HD

 

Over nine hours of video is uploaded to YouTube just in minute by an N-series device

Thanks to the Nokia N8, it shows off its HD camera ability and HD resolution.

The Nokia N95 was the first to introduce GPS and Maps

The Nokia N95 was the first Nokia handset to support Maps and GPS navigation service to mobile devices. It was the first smartphone to offer voice-commands and deliver maps for 100 countries.

The Nokia N95 was the first to introduce GPS and Maps

 

All current N-series devices pack Carl Zeiss lenses

All of the current Nseries support a Carl Zeiss lens. Moreover, the first Zeiss lens Nseries came in the form of the N90 back in 2005, and since then no less than 16 phones have equipped with the lenses.

The Nokia N800 was the first Nseries device to run Maemo and the Nokia N900 is likely to be the last

The Nokia N900 is likely to be the last handset running the Maemo OS which will feature on media phones, netbooks, connected TVs, in-vehicle entertainment units and beyond.

Nokia N800 was the first N-series device to run Maemo and the Nokia N900 is likely to be the last

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The Htc Desire Features Great Integrated Social Networking

The Htc Desire Features Great Integrated Social Networking
The HTC Desire provides great integrated social networking with the integration of Facebook, as well as photo sharing on Flickr and video sharing on YouTube. The Android 2.1 with Sense user interface handset also has a 5 megapixel camera for video recording and image capture among its other features.

Multimedia is offered with the preinstalled Photos application which allows you to view photos and videos on the phone, while the Music application provides an intuitive music player with playlists and album artwork to enjoy through the 3.5mm audio jack connector with headphones or utilizing the Bluetooth 2.1 with Enhanced Data Rate which comes with the A2DP (audio description) profile for wireless stereo headsets. Additionally, you can get live news and music from the handset with the built-in FM radio.

The Desire features Friend Stream which combines all of your contacts together and includes their phone details as well as their social networking status on Facebook, all in one view. The Facebook integration also means that it is quick and easy for you to update your Facebook wherever you go, or use the Peep application if you are more into twittering on Twitter. Additionally, Twitter is also integrated, as is the People app for easy access to all your contacts. More widgets and apps are downloadable to help customise your handset.

The phone has a QUalcomm Snapdragon 1 GHz processor and 576 megabytes of random access memory in addition to 512 megabytes of read-only memory to power through multiple applications on its Android 2.1 (Eclair) operating system which includes the HTC Sense user interface to provide a combined and easy view of social networking and friends, among its other features. This is all brought to you through the full touch bar design of the handset featuring a large 3.7 inch touch sensitive WVGA (480 by 800 pixel) screen, which has pinch to zoom capability.

The handset also features an impressive 5 megapixel camera with both auto focus and flash, along with face recognition software for fast and simple photo shots that look great. Video capture is in widescreen ratio (16:9). Both images and videos have automatic location tagging (Geotagging), along with the other location based features offered by the handset due to its internal GPS antenna and digital compass. Google Maps and Footprints for navigation are also included.

The HTC Desire is a compact touch screen handset featuring a great camera for images and videos to capture good moments, while also allowing instant sharing on social networks or through its messaging capabilities. The Sense user interface combines with the power of the Android operating system to provide an intuitive experience.

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