Nokia 7360

70’s retro with the 2001 technology

The Nokia 7360 is the third and final mobile phone from Nokia’s design collection L’amour. But it is a very traditional mobile phone on good and evil.

by Steen Jorgensen

You may say that the three models that constitute Nokia’s design collection among themselves is very different. The top 180 degrees would be turned on 7370 to activate the phone, while the 7380 is shaped lipsticks and without keypad. Both models are design attention-grabbing, which you can’t blame 7360 to be. Only when you hold it in your hand, make sure you have polished a little bit extra on the exterior, but the shape is of fairly traditional candy-type. Continue reading

3 G Mobile with Fine Mechanics

Samsung completes its 3 g range with a sequel to the sliding GSM favorites. by Tomas Nilsson

Sliding phones has long been a strong card for Samsung. D500 resulted in many raised eyebrows and appreciation glances and successors D600 and D820 also has been popular with critics as well as users. How manages the Samsung SGH-Z400 heritage?

Competition has intensified considerably since the Samsung D500 released. Memory cards and mp3 players, we find now also for real billaga mobiles, so to impress firmly takes more than what the Z400 has to offer. This is not to say that the Samsung SGH-Z400 is a bad cell. The other way around. Most of the features are really well executed and Z400 is a user-friendly mobile-no matter what brand you are used to. The first thing one notices in Z400 is of course shell. The colors you can choose from is silver or black, and the cell phone looks quite plasticky out from a distance. Well in your hand becomes the surprise positive. Even if the materials are not the most exclusive so the fit really well. There is not the slightest tendency to looseness in the slide mechanism and the phone feels like it can keep for several years of use. Continue reading

Sony Ericsson K800

The camera is obviously at the center of the K800 in and with the new name Cybershot. But it’s not all that’s new. Without really revolutionize the contents have Sony Ericsson managed to pack in tons of new features.

If the camera is the reason why many will buy the K800 is not necessarily what impresses most. A great development compared to a predecessor K750 is the screen. It is fully high definition, meaning that everything from menus to images, text and illustrated details feels sharp and very detailed. Otherwise, menus are no news, just dressed up in a little newer costume than before and with a bit more features and possibilities.

Many of the news revolves around the internet, and then you both ways to send content like images and email and different ways to download news. A partnership with Google and their blog services Blogger makes it easy to create and upload photos to your own moblogg there. The fact is that it is so simple that it can be difficult to avoid creating its own moblogg where people can publish their pictures. Continue reading

Sweaty Race

Both Sony Ericsson and Nokia has now released phones that can keep track of workouts, measure the speed when running, and drum up music in sporty headphones. We asked fitness expert and the Stockholm Marathon-winner Anders Szalkai do a really good test. Text Linus Brohult Tester Anders Szalkai and Linus BrohultFoto Fredrik Stehn.

Your phone can now also help us with our training, and Sony Ericsson, and Nokia’s new sport mobile are clear examples of that. We decided to let the two go for a hard match against each other.

Form & ergonomics

One of the points where the Sony Ericsson and Nokia’s sportmobiler differ the most is actually the shape. W710 is a foldable small chubby phone, while the Nokia 5500 Sport is a standard so-called candybar-model. Both phones are betting on to cover parts of the shell with rubber to mark a sporty feel. The whole keypad on Nokia 5500 is covered by a rubber layer that keeps out water. Continue reading

Sony Ericsson W850i

Sony Ericsson’s new 3 g Walkman is, above all, a master of music. It is also the company’s first slide-mobile-where the phone slid apart to expose the keypad. Mobile has tested it.

Music player are all very well, but to get the epithet music champion requires more than that. W850 is the first Walkman phone which takes the music in your phone beyond» only «have a built-in mp3 player.

But I’ll still start with the music player. It is accessed by a big orange button that sits crosswise under the screen. When the player is pressed in time, the orange button up. Version 2 of Sony Ericsson’s Walkman player has a different graphical appearance, and it feels as if Sony Ericsson working on the sound when listening to the same song in W850 and the older W800. It is a slightly wider connotation with better depth, although the difference is very subtle. Continue reading

Camera Expert: K800 Need Good Conditions

Anders Wanell is test manager for the magazine camera & photo. He tests daily new digital cameras from the simpler models to high-end SLRs. Now he has looked at the pictures from the K800.

What do you think about the picture quality?

-K800 can take great pictures, but then required that the conditions are best. If the subject contains the surfaces that are much brighter than the rest of the image rays over and makes the picture blurred. Then there is the noise quite loud, but the noise reduction is powerful. It can be seen by the software sought out contours and smeared out the rest of the image area.   Continue reading

Musician with an Eye

By Linus BrohultSony Ericsson’s new 3 g Walkman is, above all, a master of music. It is also the company’s first slide-mobile-where the phone slid apart to expose the keypad.

Music player in all the glory. But to get the epithet music champion requires more than that. W850 is the first Walkman phone which takes the music in your phone longer than “just” have a good built in mp3 player.

But I’ll still start with the music player. It is accessed by a big orange button that sits crosswise under the screen. When the player is pushed off the orange button up. Version 2 of Sony Ericsson’s Walkman player has a different graphical appearance, and it feels as if Sony Ericsson working on the sound when listening to the same song in W850 and the older W800. A slightly wider connotation with better depth, although the difference is very subtle. Continue reading

Sony SmartWatch 3 Reviews

Being the forerunner in the area of ​​connected watches, Sony has somewhat lagged behind its competitors. But since the beginning of the year, it catches the blow with his SmartWach 3.

Highlights of the Sony SmartWatch 3

The SmartWatch 3 offers a square screen. Unlike competitors that can accommodate any type of bracelet, it will be content with what Sony Mobile offers since the strap completely covers the dial.

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Siemens EF81

Ef81 is a stylish music phone that will surprise you in many ways. Among other things, it is very easy to use.

There’s no doubt which way the Benq Mobile ogled when they designed the EF81. Of course it is Motorola, which stood as a model. Thin and foldable for the naturally brings to mind the Razr. When you then folds up the EF81, noting that the keypad is almost identical, you realize that not only inspired but rather copied a lot. But nothing wrong with it, especially as we got to a really neat mobile-in the eyes of some, certainly better looking than the model.

It’s hard not to be impressed by the bright metallic front and the matte black back. The hinge mechanism feels solid and folding up goes easily thanks to the recesses on the sides of the body. When you fold up the phone meet man who told of a keypad that is made in one piece. The keys are separated by lines in a rubber-like material that sticks up a little from the ground and which is lit with a nice blue light when the screen is active. The buttons on the outside also deserves to be mentioned. Continue reading

HP Ipaq 6915

Last fall, HP Ipaq 6515 began selling and on Mobile, we noted in our test that it was a ” super machine”. Is this upgrade when competitors hard betting?

For those who want to use email seriously means a keyboard to a smartphone becomes a much more useful device. HP realised a year ago when the Ipaq 6515 came out. Then the Ipaq 6515 a really innovative smartphone with built-in gps.

Since then, it has been a lot of water under the bridge. HP is no longer alone in smart phones with gps. And mobile Giants Nokia and Sony Ericsson are releasing right now several convenient Smartphone with a keyboard. Continue reading

How to Choose a Smartphone

In a few years, the mobile phone has taken us from shifting oral telephony to a growing range of services: email, Internet navigation, digital photos, applications, downloads, music, games, video… The smartphone has become a versatile device. So how well choose?

Set the main use and budget

Want primarily be reached by voice or SMS, a smartphone new entry, if used, will be enough for a budget of less than € 100.

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Android Studio 2.0 Officially Arrives in Final Version

About a month after the release of the beta version, and with the successor already in preview phase, Android Studio 2.0 finally arrives in stable and definitive version.

Google has posted a long post in her official developers blog which explains in detail the new features in this release, many of them already seen in previous preview and beta. Among the most important Please note the presence of the new Instant Run mode that allows you to run an application in development without having to wait for its compilation, thus reducing the time required to perform various tests looking for bugs and other problems. Continue reading

Xiaomi Presents Mi TV 3S, 65 “4 k Hunched and 43″ FHD Flat

As anticipated a few days ago, Xiaomi officially unveiled the refresh of the third series of its smart TV. Named Mi TV 3s, and are offered in two variants: a 65 “with curved display 4 k and a 43″ with flat display FHD.

As regards the precise curve TV, whose name is Mi TV 3s curves, the Panel is manufactured by Samsung, and is coupled to a SoC Mstar 6A928, a drive with quad-core Cortex-A7 and Mali-T760, 2 GB of RAM and 8 GB of internal storage eMMC 5.0. Connectivity is WiFi ac, plus Bluetooth 4.1. Continue reading

Moleskine Changes the Way You Write in Digital

A new way of working, create and study. Moleskine presents a special notebook, a pen and an app that combined together allow you to digitize notes and sketches created on paper and turn them into texts and digital images, ready to be edited and instantly shared via smartphones, tablets or laptops. The new Smart Writing Set is a system composed of three elements that works without intermediate steps of photo, uploads or scans:

  • the Paper Tablet, a paper notebook with rounded edges to make it look like a tablet;
  • the Pen +, a relatively thin compared with other aluminum pen with a tiny camera that tracks your smartpen and digitize the writing;
  • the Notes Appto save notes and sketches, share them, export them, edit them and search them.
    This new toolset embodies the final evolution of the legacy

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