Fring has been updated today for Symbian 9.3 devices which now allows Nokia phones running on S60 3rd Edition (Feature Pack 2) to have video calls.
Just a few days ago, Fring added support for video calls on Nokia E71, and now they have extended this feature on more phones.
Chinese clones of major brand cellphones isn’t a new thing. I had once covered CECT N96, which was a clone of the Nokia N96 and now I bring Nokia E72, a perfect clone by Zoho.
Zoho E72 features something that an owner of Finland’s E72 can’t even imagine to have – Zoho E72 can play TV! There are lots of other features packed into this Nokia E72 clone.
Yesterday, I got my hands on the Nokia E72 which stayed with me for almost 5 hours. That was like a 5-hour date for me with my to-be-soon girlfriend! Yeah, I’m going to buy that phone soon.
The review was actually posted on my new blog, E72User.com, which is dedicated towards the Nokia E72 reviews, tips, applications and themes.
One thing I noticed when I bought my Nokia N96 is that it has a manufacturing fault in its 16GB mass memory. After installing a few applications and uploading about 8GB of music, I noticed some issues with the video playback.
Whenever I tried to play any videos (pre-loaded or my own), it was stalling with sound breaking up. In oher words, those videos were not viewable on the phone at all.
Recently I wrote on how to use Twitter on your Nokia phone. In that article, I wanted to attach a few screenshots of the Twitter clients running on my phone, but I didn’t know how to take screneshots.
I Googled for a screenshot app for Nokia, and found Screenshot. This useful and popular application is a free tool to take screenshot on your Symbian OS mobile phones (UIQ or S60).
Ever since I got my hands on the Nokia N96, Iâ€™ve been trying to find and use a nice, decent Twitter client for Nokia S60 devices. Itâ€™s sad to see that there are very few Twitter apps for Nokia, but still I was able to find some nice free apps.
Below is a list Iâ€™ve compiled which can help you in running Twitter on an S60 device.
Yesterday, I reviewed my latest gadget, the Nokia N96! And just as promised, from now on I’ll be sharing tips and tricks related to Nokia N96 and other similar handsets.
After playing with my Nokia N96 for more than two weeks now, I’ve come to know that many of the nice features have been disabled by default. In this article, I’ll tell you how you can enable the theme effects for a snazzier menu and a nice auto-rotation transition.
Hello readers, I’m very proud to announce that after much waiting for this monster entertainment gadget from Nokia, I finally got my hands on the N96 a couple of weeks ago!
First of all, I would like to thanks all my readers and site visitors for their kind support who helped me in generating enough revenue and made it possible for me to get the Nokia N96 just a week after its release.
Cell phone clones have become quite popular these days. iPhone has been cloned by many manufacturers, including the whole of Nokia N-series and many others. Previously, CECT, a Chinese manufacturer, ripped off iPhone, and named it as iFone. This time, they are back with yet another rip off in the form of Nokia N96.
Surprisingly, the CECT N96 looks 99% the same as the original Nokia N96. But that’s only for the looks. When you go for the features and specifications, they still need to work a lot. Even the firmware has been tweaked to look just like Symbina v3, but it really is something of their own.
- Tri-Band 900/1800/1900MHZz
- 2 megapixel camera
- Bluetooth stereo connectivity
- Dual 3D stereo speakers
- 3″ 262k color LCD display
- Video and audio playback
- 1GB microSD memory card slot