Nokia E75 Review at brighthand!

Nokia E75“Same with other heavier applications such as Mail for Exchange, Nokia Maps 2.0, and QuickOffice. Applications just loaded fast and in some respects just got out of that way to let you stay productive.The E75 is the first Symbian S60 device from Nokia to come with Ovi Mail pre-installed as the default email solution. Usually, S60 devices have email built into the Messaging application. In addition, adding Mail for Exchange functionality has to be done through a separate download. The E75 gets rid of this complexity, and offers the best built-in Symbian S60 email solution.Email setup is a breeze for all but the most complex of accounts. And when setting up a connection to an Exchange Server, you just need to know the domain, in addition to any other credentials that your IT department has set up.” Read more here:

SciPhone N12 Smartphone, first Nseries to Run Android

Just when we thought HiPhone is winning the cloning wars by a huge margin, SciPhone suddenly made its biggest leap yet in cloning terms. First, the SciPhone N12 is the first SciPhone Nseries phone we’ve ever heard of and, second, it runs a genuine Android OS. Not only that, it’s got crazy specs like WiFi, GPS and CMMB TV support, powered by a 624MHz processor. Yes, it’s also 3G WCDMA. Wow. Price tag must be worth at least a Meizu M8, right? Well, no, because you can have this baby for 1600 yuan ($234). It should be out late this June. Apparently, M8cool is saying there’s a virtual keyboard but a trackball is also provided for navigation. Well, aren’t you aching to see one in a demo video?

Specs of the SciPhone N12

  • 3.2-inch touchscreen
  • Marvell Monahands (624MHz) + Qualcomm MSM6246
  • quadband GSM + WCDMA (3G)
  • 3.2 MP camera
  • WiFi, GPS, Bluetooth
  • Available June 25″ via