Nokia E51

The E51 is a gadget which  already using the symbian as the operating system this make the E51 as complete as it can be. Since it is based on symbian we can add any useful program (like maybe some mobile office program: word and xl) that can be used to open any doc or xls file from this gadget. Also the mail exchange that already available in the gadget  since first time you but the gadget, it really helps us for doing the synchronization for our office email that using Microsoft exchange as the mail server.

Now the display, it big enough to see the entire menu icon and especially when you create the text message the fonts look very cool and easy to read. Also when you playing the game in this gadget,the 240×320 pixel is good enough and satisfy me for the detail of the picture/pixel of the game.

THe price of this gadget is not to expensive, for me this a great gadget.


Nokia 2600

Like most cell gadget today, it is tiny, simple and of course, powerful. Powerful because even it is not the latest model of Nokia, it has the all the features that satisfy a young user like me. I can easily create and send a text message from it. The colored images this device have always entertain my eyes. I can even make calls with it in a snap, no worries of many submenus to puzzle with. And most of all, it also contain games that I can play at pastime.

NOKIA 6110 Navigator

This the new gadget era with navigator feature. Many people have used this gadget and most of them was enjoy using the  gadget.

My experienced using this gadget. The only setback I encountered was the battery running low very quickly but this was easily remedied by plugging the gadget  into my vehicle’s cigarette lighter via a travel charger. The other annoyance is the devices small screen and lack of mounting brackets, which makes it nearly impossible to view the on-screen map or information, and therefore you have to rely solely on the voice prompts given. It’s a minor complaint but if such a device has any hope of replacing a dedicated GPS unit in the future, then the manufacturers better find a way to incorporate a bigger, brighter screen with the unit as well as a set of mounting brackets for the dashboard or windscreen. The voice prompts are loud and clear thanks to a pair of speakers on the rear of the device and can be heard clearly over my cars sound system.

As a mobile gadget, the 6110 Navigator performs as well as we’ve come to expect from Nokia. When not using the GPS, battery life is quite good, call quality and signal reception is very reliable. A host of standard features like 3G, bluetooth, a memory card slot and a 2MP camera round out the package. The device uses a slide form factor and my only complaint is with the hard plastic keys on the numerical keypad and a tight, flush mounted volume rocker that is nearly impossible to press. Taking the gadget price point into consideration though, you’d be hard pressed to find another device with such a high level of ‘convergence’ that performs as well as the Navigator does.

The Nokia E90 Communicator

This gadget has a battery life that can last for 24 hours of heavy duty work. If it’s plain SMS and call only, expect it to last until the next day. It cost me around $1,000+. Really expensive, but the features of the Communicator compliments the price. Other than that, everything is superb with this gadget!

Its design is very sophisticated and looks very professional. You can also use it in two different ways because it is convertible which a very cool feature. This gadget also has two cameras- a 3.2 mega pixel auto-focus camera with flash and a second camera that can be used for video conferencing.

As an events coordinator, I’m going places all over the country. Most of the time, I am not familiar with the places I need to go to. This gadget is just my best friend in finding routes and locating services. It has an integrated GPS and Nokia Maps Application. I don’t need to worry of getting lost while traveling.

I think ou Will try this gadget too

Nokia N73 Music Edition (2GB)

A 3.2 MP camera housed on the back is decent enough to capture quality images in good lighting, but suffers a little in low light conditions. The N73 is also capable of recording video, restricted only by the capacity of your memory card. JAVA games work well, but thanks to a fiddly thumb stick, control is inaccurate and frustrating. The phone is able to handle videos in the .3gp format, but trying to watch anything longer than a two or three minute video clip will make you cross-eyed. As a portable MP3 player, the phone performs pretty decently, able to handle files and playlists with relevant ease, but at the cost of the battery, which lasts about a day or two with moderate usage, but once you start using the multimedia features, that figure is pretty much halved.

The device benefits from Nokia’s market leading expertise, and is a solidly built handset with a large, bright LCD screen. The phone comes bundled with a set of headphones, a wall charger, a USB cable, a 2GB memory card, an instruction booklet and a CD with the PC SUITE software for syncing your phone to your computer. The phone features 3G and due to its strong signal detection (which will still vary based on network performance) I more often than not use the phone as a 3G modem to connect to the Internet via my laptop. Thanks to the phone’s bluetooth capabilities, no cords are required to establish a connection.

he Nokia N73 Music Edition is part of Nokia’s N-Series range of smart phones and is the second iteration of the popular Nokia N73. The N73 Music Edition features an all black casing, an included 2GB memory card, upgraded software and a dedicated music key, but other than that, it remains largely unchanged from its predecessor.

Sadly, the same problems from its first iteration still plague the device such as the phone taking a long time to load applications or freezing altogether, requiring a complete restart. The software is buggy and has a very slow response time, and scrolling through images or videos on the device is a nightmare. The thumb stick and tiny numerical keys are also problematic, especially for people with larger hands, and often you’ll find yourself entering the incorrect digit or selecting the incorrect option from the menu as a result. The camera lens cover that activates the camera when slid back seems cheap and fragile, and often causes the phone to freeze when pulled back. The 3.2MP camera delivers decent quality pictures but nowhere near the quality of dedicated digital imaging devices.

All in all, the phone is packed with features that are sadly not well implemented and due to the buggy software and poor performance of the device this was a missed opportunity for Nokia.

Nokia 2115i

I love the simple but elegant design. It flash light also very usefull when i need a light in the dark area or trying to search things under the dark area. The keypad is so soft and easy to used, make your finger stay smooth. The signal reception is also very good compare to other CDMA cellphone with the same price. The menu is simply understandable and easy to remember.

The special note for me is the durability. It’s not to fragile, i’ve crash my cellphone so many times but it still operate normally althought the casing already has many scratch mark. The minus things is only the battery, it only can standby not more then 1 1/2 days or 3 hours talking time. So you have to charge the battery every 1 1/2 days which very annoying for people who lazy to charge their belongings like me. But hey, 1 minus compare the other positive things worthed right?

Communication is one way to success, therefor in the modern era you have to support yourself to easy to communicate with. I love to make phonecall especially to my close friend and my family.

Nokia 3600 Slide

I really liked it as it is very easy to use. And it also has everything an average user like me needs (from a good music player to a quite good camera). It is true that it is missing now almost self-evident characteristics, such as the GPS receiver and support for 3G networks. Nevertheless, I believe that the Nokia 3600 slide is a good multimedia phone.

It has quite a god battery, as even with lots of usage it still keeps the phone running for a couple of days. It has really nice menus and different additional functions make this phone very easy to use and flexible. All in all Nokia 3600 slide is an excellent little slide phone. SO if you do not need a lot of cutting-edge features this phone will be more than good for you.

It is quite small and light phone. The phone uses well-known Nokia’s S40 user interface, which, despite its years is still good. I must say I have not encountered any problems while using it. It is an elegant phone. I really like it’s nice big screen (240×320, 16m colors) as it makes it much easier to browse through phone and to watch photos. You can capture really nice and quality photos (3,2MP), though it takes some time for the phone to open the camera mode, but I do not mind.