Camera Duel: Nokia N95 vs. Samsung G810

11. March 2008 at 12:23

On sunday I’ve been visiting the CeBIT to take a closer look at the latest Symbian devices. At the Samsung booth I could play with three S60 based devices. One of them is the Symbian v9.2 S60 3rd Edition based Samsung G810 which features a 5 megapixel camera with 3x optical zoom, Wi-Fi, GPS, HSDPA and a lot more. So, both, the N95 and the G810, have a lot in common. But especially the 5 megapixel camera is worth to compare.

Left: N95 right: G810 (click to enlarge)

CeBIT068Samsung G810

Nokia Music Store hits Germany and Finland

11. March 2008 at 12:09

Music Store Choose country

Rafe Blandford brought us news that the Nokia Music Store is now available in Germany and Finland. You can access the Music store on your PC ( Internet Explorer only) and a bunch of Nokia S60 devices like the N95 (8GB), N82, N81 N91 and the N76. More countries will be added to the service in the next months.

Source: Allaboutsymbian

Freeware: CpuMonitor

10. March 2008 at 11:29

S60 smartphones have become little computers. Using CpuMonitor you can check now the CPU graph, CPU and FreeRAM just like on your real Computer. CPUMonitor is a simple freeware application you can download here.

Source: Symbian-freak

Brief: MobiTubia hits v1.76 build 4

8. March 2008 at 19:50

 

MobiTubia, the YouTube Client developed by Sittiphol Phanvalai, just hits version 1.76 build 4. The freeware application can be downloaded here.

Changes:

– Fixed: “Video Not Found” error
– Change Splash Screen Image
– Reduce SIS file size to 175 KB

MobiTubia: Available for public

31. January 2008 at 22:03

Finally, MobiTubia is available for the public. After a long trial period, everybody with a suitable phone can download MobiTubia, a great YouTube client. I’ve already took a brief look at MobiTubia and I have to say that it’s a kick ass application.