“The materials of the US Patent Office contain the info on a new Nokia slider. It is equipped with a camera module, which is located in an unusual place and can be revolved, and a flash, which can be hidden inside the device. Uncustomary for standard applications Nokia has provided a good image of the phone in addition to the schemes. The product is probably in the process. Under the camera lens we can hardly see an “8 megapixel” mark. Does it mean we are to see an 8-megapixel N-series smartphone next year?” via mobile-review.com
“The Swedish manufacturer of carrying cases for portable electronics, Krusell, has released their “Top 10”-list for November 2007. The list is based upon the number of pieces of model specific mobile and smart phone cases that have been ordered from Krusell during November 2007. Krusell’s list is unique due to the fact that it reflects the sales of phones on six continents and in more than 50 countries around the globe. (1) Nokia 6300 (2) Sony Ericsson K810i (8) Sony Ericsson K850i (3) Nokia N95 (5) Apple iphone (6) Nokia 3109/3110 (4) Nokia N73 (10) Sony Ericsson K530i (-) Nokia 6500i (-) Nokia 6120 () = Last month’s position. “According to sales in November it looks as if people either will have a Nokia, Sony Ericsson or iPhone in their Christmas stocking this year,” says Ulf Sandberg, Managing Director at Krusell. “Moreover, this month showed that ‘The battle of Megapixel devices’ was won by Sony Ericsson’s K850 over Nokia N95. If that will last over Christmas is hard to predict,” Sandberg ends.” via cellular-news.com
Discover and listen to radio shows broadcasted over the internet with the Nokia Internet Radio service now available. The application can be downloaded for free from http://www.nokia.com/internetradio and will also be embedded in upcoming Nokia S60 3rd edition devices. “Most new music discovery occurs while you’re listening to the radio,” said Tommi Mustonen, head of the Nokia music business. “By offering the Nokia Internet Radio service on mobile devices, the radio experience becomes more accessible, giving people new ways to find music.” With hundreds of internet radio stations to choose from worldwide, the station directory of Nokia Internet Radio makes music discovery effortless – browsing can be done based on station name, genre, country or language. To find out what hits are hot around the world, hourly updates of the top ten most popular internet radio stations are also available in the station directory. Plus, there is no need to search for your top stations time and again because adding them to the list of ‘Favorites’ makes them easily accessible. Moreover, the audio quality is enhanced by selecting appropriate streaming servers that match the speed of the current network connection.The Nokia Internet Radio application is currently available for download to the following devices: Nokia N82, Nokia N91, Nokia N95 and Nokia N95 8GB. The application is planned to be available later on further devices and will be embedded in selected upcoming Nokia S60 3rd edition devices. Please visit here for the list of the latest compatible devices.