Wednesday, May 13, 2009
Nokia has recently released the Nokia 8800 Gold Arte, which is another additional luxury phone to their Arte series. After having the original Arte, then the Sapphire Arte and the Carbon Arte, Nokia is now having a luxurious Gold Arte phone.
This phone comes in 18-carat gold with white leather on the front and back. And just like the other Arte devices which are in luxury materials, this phone boasts the same features. It is a Tri-band GSM handset that supports GPRS/EDGE/3G connectivity. It sports a 2-inch OLED display with 240 x 320 pixel resolution of 16 million colors, and in scratch-resistant glass. It is also equipped with Bluetooth, Series 40 5th Edition Interface, 3.2 megapixel camera with autofocus and video recording capabilities, and 4GB internal memory.
With dimensions of 109 x 45.6 x 14.6mm, this phone is expected to carry a price of about $1,350. Well, just imagine the gold plated cover all throughout. This truly makes this phone a luxury, even if it lacks Wi-Fi. However, buying a gold plated phone would probably make you less concerned about the features anyway.
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The Nokia 7510 Supernova is not a new phone except for the people in US. Mobile network operator, T-Mobile, is said to launch this particular Supernova sometime in January of 2009 and to be an additional handset on their fashion phone portfolio. This is actually the only clamshell phone in Nokia’s Supernova range.
It measures about 92.5 x 46.4 x 16.7mm, and has a 2.2-inch screen of 240 x 320 16M colors. It also features an external monochrome TFT display of 128 x 160 pixels. It is in Xpress-On covers which allow users to change the style and look of their phones easily.
Aside from that stylish design, this phone boasts entry-to-mid level features. It is a quad-band GSM phone with GPRS and EDGE connectivity, and uses the Symbian S40 User Interface. It has a 2-megapixel camera with LED flash and video capture, Push-to-Open mechanism, Stereo FM with RDS, music and video player, and 27MB internal memory that is expandable to 8GB through the microSD transflash.
It is said to expect this phone with a price of $100 on a contract. And to keep the stylish design of T-Mobile devices, this will come in Storm Blue, Red, Emerald Green, and Espresso Brown.
Nokia N96 now has a Music Edition. Well, that will only be available for the people in UK, but let’s hope it will soon be distributed worldwide. Nokia has already come up with lots of “music edition” phones, and this one is their latest addition.
The Nokia N96 Music Edition will let you access a collection of over two million songs for one year, without paying any amount. The phone is equipped with a 16GB internal memory which could possibly store all your favorite songs. Other of the phone’s features include a 5-megapixel camera in Carl Zeiss optics and with autofocus, flash, video capture and secondary camera for video calls, built-in GPS receiver, music and video playback, stereo FM radio with RDS, 3.5mm audio jack, TV out and DVB-H TV broadcast receiver for a full entertainment in one device.
This GSM phone also supports 3G/HSDPA/GPRS/EDGE and has Wi-Fi connectivity. With dimensions of about 103 x 55 x 18mm, this dual-slider handset has 2.8-inch screen that displays 240 x 320 pixel resolution of 26M colors. This phone is indeed a smartphone and more so with its latest Music Edition. The Nokia N96 Music Edition is said to be available in January 2009 with a price of about $800 or 540 GBP.
The E-Ten Glofiish DX900 is perhaps the best dual-SIM phone so far. Well, with all the features packed in this phone, who wouldn’t want to have such on their hands despite its hefty price of $742.
Considering that this is the first VGA screen equipped with Windows Mobile 6.1 smart phone and with two SIM cards, you might probably think that the price is fair enough.
This supports both quad-band GSM that is capable of global roaming, and tri-band UMTS/HSDPA/3G. It also has GPS receiver, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, 3 megapixel camera with autofocus, digital zoom, and secondary front camera for video calling.
The E-Ten Glofiish DX900 is indeed a feature-packed handset that almost everybody would like to have, although the price might possibly be of a hindrance.
This is a linux-based handset with a 2.2-inch touch screen display of 240 x 320 pixel resolution and 256k colors. It is a tri-band GSM phone that supports EDGE and GPRS, and has Bluetooth, FM radio, Music player, 3.55mm audio jack, and a 2-megapixel camera with video recording.
That’s basically it. No GPS or Wi-Fi, just a simple device for those who only need the basics on touch screened mobile phones.
Asus Galaxy P835 is a new phone from Asus that will retail sometime around the 1st Quarter of 2009 in Europe. It has also been said to be the Omnia-killer since it kind of resemble to the Samsung Omnia, but then, considering the specs would probably make you see a difference.
There were plans that this phone will be powered by an 800MHz Marvell CPU processor, but what we have now is only a 528MHz Qualcom MS7200A. This phone will also run Windows Mobile 6.1 Professional with a custom Glide User Interface which is on par with the TouchFlo 3D UI. Aside from that, the Asus Galaxy will have 5-megapixel camera, built-in GPS, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, accelerometer and a 512MB internal memory which can be expanded to 4GB through the microSD slot. The screen will sport a large 3.5 inches of 800 x 480 pixel display.
The Asus Galaxy P835 is said to retail for a hefty $737, which is indeed a very expensive handset from Asus.
Motorola introduces the RAZR2 V8 Luxury Edition, clamshell mobile phone. The luxury edition of the RAZR2 V8 is more or less the same as the original version.
Motorola RAZR2 V8 Luxury Edition features a 2.2-inch LCD display, a 2-inch external display, a 2 Megapixel camera with 8x digital zoom, integrated media player, Bluetooth, and CrystalTalk technology. The V8 runs the Linux OS and it comes with the Opera Mobile internet browser.
The V8 Luxury Edition has “18 K and 24 K gold plated accents, soft-touch, snakeskin texture on back, engraved diamond-cut pattern on sideband, and laser-etched details on the navigation wheel.”
2 Mega Pixel camera with video function ,24K gold color.MP3 MP4,
Language :english,russia,Arabic ,france,deutsch,italiano,espanol,Spanish
* Dimensions:101*44*15MM Weight:101g
* Network frequency 900/1800MHz GSM
* LCD Display: TFT, 256K colors, 176*220 pixels,18inch
*Standby time: 90-150h talk time:90-160min
* Card slot: microSD (TransFlash)
* Memory:64mb max support 1GB microSD
* Phone book: can save 300 pieces of name card, picture call-in show
* Supported language: english,russia,Arabic ,france,deutsch,italiano,espanol,Spanish
* Camera: 2.0 mega pixel CMOS
*Ring tone: 64 chord ring tone Game:2 kinds
"*Support:mp3 mp4 , MMC,World time,Sound record.Wap ,GPRS
Accessories:charger, ,Li-ion battery(2 pcs ),Boom stereo headset ,USB cable,presents256mb microSD
If you're that kind of person who would rather put diamonds on their mobile phone, we've got some good news for you. Designed by Peter Aloisson, this Motorola V3i gold plated phone has 855 diamonds which weigh a total of 3.8 carats. In the phone's price, which is about $10000, is also included a free mobile box cover. Click more to see a couple more pics.