Tag Archive: New in Phones

iPhone was never intended to be a corporate smartphone like that of Blackberry devices.But the features supported and its popularity turned iPhone into a business-friendly device. Blackberry’s [RIM’s] new device “Bold 9000” is a deadly match with iPhone.Blackberry still remains email-king. iPhone’s email client needs to be more powerful.There are actually different audiences for both Blackberry and iPhone.

Both the phones are pretty cool !  😉 

Blackberry Bold 9000

Blackberry Bold 9000


Check out the some of the specifications of Blackberry Bold 9000:

Size – Length: 144mm, Width: 66mm, Thickness: 14mm

Weight (with battery) – 133g

Memory – 1GB on-board (storage) and 128 MB Flash (applications)

Battery – 1500mAhr lithium cell

Network Support – UMTS: 2100 / 1900 / 850MHz, GSM: 1900 / 1800 / 900 / 850 MHz, GPRS, EDGE and HDSPA networks
Wi-Fi – 803.11a/b/g enabled

Display – HVGA, 480 x 320 pixels, Transmissive TFT LCD, supports over 65k colors
Media Player, Video Support – DivX 4, Div X 5 & 6 are partially supported, XviD is partially supported, H.263, H.264 and WMV3
Media Player, Audio Support – .3gp, MP3, WMA9 (.wma/.asf), WMA9 Pro/WMA 10, MIDI, AMR-NB, Professional AAC/AAC+/eAAC+
Media Player, Audio – BlackBerry Media Sync allows you to transfer your desktop iTunes music to your BlackBerry!!!

Camera – 2.0MP, 5 x digital zoom

GPS – internal GPS with extended ephemeris, BB Maps is standard

Bluetooth – Bluetooth v2.0, all the normal stuff and Bluetooth Stereo Audio via A2DP and AVCRP

USB Port – Enables charging and high-speed data synchronizations via USB “A” to mini-USB “B” cable

Browser – HTML browsing, View Movies/Clips from websites built for mobile streaming, RSS feed support








Nokia Supernova



Nokia has announced 4 new mobile devices under its new Supernova line, that lets consumers express themselves with stylish designs, personalization, and vibrantly hued, exchangeable covers and they combine high levels of mobile functionality with a variety of music and Internet experiences.


These devices are based on Series 40 platform and full fledge Java support (Good News for Developers)!!!


Devices under this series are: 

So mobile application developers, get ready to try your applications on these phones  😉


Along with this launch of new series, Nokia shares a good news : “Nokia to acquire Symbian Ltd.”  🙂