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Nokia N82 mobile phone

Posted by: Ralf Jurrien Saturday 29th, December 2007

Nokia announced the N82 multimedia computer optimized for photographers, internet con-nectivity and navigation. With the tools to discover the places and moments worth capturing, and the capabilities to capture and share them instantaneously, the Nokia N82 offers photographers an enhanced camera experience. The Nokia N82 multimedia computer enables you to explore your surroundings and find your way with navigation and routing; document your adventures with the high quality imaging capabilities; and instantly share your experiences with one click upload.

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G800 Samsung review

Posted by: Mark Peters Thursday 27th, December 2007

With the introduction of the Samsung G600 in July 2007 everybody was convinced it would take a while for Samsung to introduce a new five Megapixel camera mobile. How could we get it so wrong, because at the end of October 2007 the Samsung G800 was already available for checking out at a Dutch dealer event. The SGH-G800 is unique in its class thanks to its three times optical zoom and face detection. According to Samsung the G800 has been equipped with a camera that can fully compete with a regular digital compact camera. Samsung also claim that the Samsung G800 leaves all mobile phone competitors far behind. Read the Samsung G800 review at LetsGoMobile to find out if Samsung truly is able to fulfil all the promises they made.

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If there is one segment of the electronics industry that is growing very fast, it is the cell phone market. Where companies like Google get their interaction mostly from desktop and notebook users, the prediction is that within three years Google will become a mobile company. Powerful applications will drive smartphones to amazing levels of experiences. To reach this stage Cloud computing is needed. Super cloud computing will result in impressive user experiences. Today’s cell phones are capable of capturing Full HD video clips, and even 3D photo and later on video is ready to be integrated into this small electronic device. The mobile industry is adapting to the technology that is available. The consumer is waiting for the next generation of mobile devices. The Consumer Electronics Show 2012 in Las Vegas will showcase at least some of the first batch of new cell phones for this season.