Wavelog: WordPress client for S60 devices

12. January 2008 at 11:27

Wavelog is a WordPress client which allows you to post your content from your phone to your blog. So you can post text, image, audio or video to yout blog. Wavelog isn’t avalable yet. However, visit the developer’s site after 14 January 2008 to get a free trail version. I’m looking forward to get my hands on this software, because my Blog is running obviously on WordPress.com. Stay tunded to read more about Wavelog.

Almost official: E71 and E66

6. January 2008 at 12:21

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Another day, another news. In the last couple of days we have speculated about the E71 and the E66. However, the boys over at boygeniusreport have posted some interesting pictures with the E71, E66 and the features on it. Both the devices have GPS, WiFi, 3.2Megapixel camera and a lot more hot features. More over they will be available in the Q2 2008. For more specs check the pictures out.

First picture of the Nokia E71

5. January 2008 at 11:46

Some days ago we reported about the Nokia E71 and the E66. Today a picture of the E71 leaked and it seems to be no fake. It looks like the successor of the E61, E61i and E62. Above all, it looks pretty similar like the E51. So, what do you think? Will it be launched and if so, when and where? In my opinion we will see it on CES or 3GSM

Source: Dailymobile.se

Rumors: Nokia E71 & E66

3. January 2008 at 15:27

According to Mobile-Review, we will see two new Eseries device soon. The E71 should be the successor to the Nokia E61/E62/E61i. So, will we see a QWERTY keyboard? However, it will have a 3.2 megapixel camera, GPS, WiFi, HSDPA. More over it will weigh “only”120 gram and be 57 x 112 x 10 mm. The second device is the E66, the successor of the E65. It will also have a 3.2 megapixel camera, GPS, WiFi and HSDPA. Unfortunately no pictures leaked.

If the rumors are true, we could see the devices on CES or later on 3GSM where Nokia has announced the E90, E65 and E61i one year ago.

Source: Intomobile