Nokia to begin rolling out Nokia 808 PureView + Time-Lapse Film

4. May 2012 at 10:19

Nokia t confirmed that the Nokia 808 PureView will start rolling out in select markets in May. The first markets to begin selling the Nokia 808 PureView include Russia and India. More markets and shipping dates haven’t been revealed yet.  The full press release can be found here:

Espoo, Finland – Nokia today confirmed that the Nokia 808 PureView will start rolling out in select markets in May. The Nokia 808 PureView is the first smartphone to feature Nokia’s award-winning PureView technology. PureView represents Nokia’s highest level smartphone imaging experiences, bringing together high-performance sensors, exclusive Carl Zeiss optics, and Nokia developed imaging algorithms. The first markets to begin selling the Nokia 808 PureView include Russia and India.

http://press.nokia.com/2012/05/02/nokia-to-begin-rolling-out-award-winning-nokia-808-pureview-in-may/

The Nokia 808 PureView features a 41 megapixel (!) camera and puts photography to another level. And indeed you can see the difference. Nokia uploaded a time-lapse video giving you a good idea how good the camera is. Enjoy!

Guide: Connect To Xbox Live & PSN via a Nokia Phone

23. March 2010 at 16:22

Mobile Phones and Mobile Broadband are very similar things – they run on “mobile signals” and the newer phones try to connect to 3G Data services when making calls and browsing the internet on the phone, which is the same data service that Mobile Broadband users use.

Now you might be thinking “whats that got to do with gaming”, however you can easily use your
Mobile Phone (or even a USB Mobile Broadband dongle) to connect to Xbox live and Playstation
Network, and with that i have made an easy, but effective guide on how to use a Nokia Handset, Nokia PC/OVI Suite software and a Computer to get an Xbox 360 connected to Xbox Live AND a Playstation 3 connected to the Playstation Network – it seems impossible, but it works and the best part about it – it works rather well.

Nokia To Axe N-gage Gaming Service

31. October 2009 at 00:41

N-Gage has been Nokia’s gaming focus for quite some time, but after several attempts of trying to revive the service, Nokia has finally decided to call it a day. As mobile gaming evolves and begins to encompass social gaming, Nokia want to offer one store front with a wider portfolio of games – games for everyone. It’s much more convenient to have one place to get all your mobile content, and this it what the Ovi Store aims to provides. You can see the full N-Gage press release after the jump…

N-Gage: Mega Monsters Now Available!

14. October 2009 at 23:27

14/10/2009 by you.

The N-Gage Application showroom has recently been updated today with Firemints N-Gage Debut of Mega Monsters.

Mega Monsters is an arcade style game, in tribute to the arcade classic “RAMPAGE!” where the player takes control of giants monsters and wreak havoc across fully destructible enviroments.

N-Gage: Dirk Dagger And The Nuclear Zeppelin Now Available!

2. October 2009 at 18:26

Last week Dirk Dagger And The Nuclear Zeppelin was added to the “Coming Soon” section of the N-Gage Showroom, now today (or late last night) the game has been uploaded onto the N-Gage Servers for us to download. Thats right Dirk Dagger 2 has finally landed and is available for purchase via the N-Gage Application on your phone.