Nokia 150 Mobile Phone / Handy mit bis zu 31 Tagen Standby von Nokia

Nachdem Nokia wieder als eigene Marke auftritt, kommen neue Feature mobile phones mit unique selling proposition Standby time von bis zu 31 Tagen mit single SIM. Dieser Zeitraum ist seit dem aufkommen der Smartphones eine nahezu unbekannte Größe.

Bei einem Preis von circa 25€ sollte sich sicherlich das Gerät eigentlich gut verkaufen. Gerade für den Urlaub finde ich das Gerät sehr interessant, wenn man nicht sein Smartphone mitnehmen möchte. Beim Tauchen wäre der Verlust des Nokia 150 auch zu verschmerzen.

Anscheinend war ich gedanklich länger nicht bei Nokia, sie haben auch eine VR Kamera:


Choosing a new mobile phone

From time to time, exactly every 2 years customers have to choose between quit or extending the mobile contract. The business terms of t-mobile been fine and when extending the next choose will be between invoice credit or a new phone. Mostly my decision had been the new phone, but which one ?

The technical data was discussed alot and I’ll not repeat it here. I hadn’t experience with the Microsoft Windows 8 OS until now and no time to test. Still Android and iOS on the list. The new Nexus and the Sony Xperia Z wasn’t available at the time of ordering and the other competitors are to heavy in their dimensions for a mobile phone. Decision between Android, iOS and Windows 8 was a neck-and-neck race and the key point had been the invested money in Apps. Binding the hardware and the software in the way Apple does makes it some kind of difficult to change the operation system.

iPhone 5 slims in weight and is still good-looking, overall a good decision.

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How do you hold your Nokia?

Personally I’m still unsure if I upgrade to the new iPhone, because I like to hold my phone in different ways. But the nokia article is very amusing.

„We’ve been looking around and noticed there are many ways to hold your Nokia device. Whether you’re left-handed or right-handed, there’s no shortage of ways to hold your phone.“

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Adobe Flash 10 running on T-Mobile G1 Android Phone

„During a recent earnings call, Adobe CEO Shantanu Naraye revealed to investors that a beta version of Flash Player 10 for mobiles will be released in October of this year.

The new Flash player will support Android, Nokia Symbian, Palm Web OS, and Windows Mobile powered devices, and is expected to be unveiled at the Adobe MAX conference for developers that is scheduled to take place in October.“