Nokia Eseries Devices Firmware Updates!

18. November 2011 at 16:35

A bunch of Nokia Eseries phone models received an update in the past few days, SymbianTweet reports.

Paid Contents Now Available at Nokia Store In the Philippines

17. November 2011 at 07:46

 

Hey look what’s finally here! I’ve been begging for Nokia since last year to make paid contents available here in the Philippines. And it has finally came! You can now buy paid apps, games, themes, or anything that is available at Nokia Store. Currently, the prices are in Euro (€) so if you’re planning to buy using your credit or debit card, you may incur higher charges as Euros have higher exchange rate than US Dollars.

Download: Swype 2.1 for Symbian, Supports Belle

11. November 2011 at 10:43

After two months of beta testing the Swype 2.0 that Nokia released in Beta Labs for Symbian users, they’ve finally updated it to 2.1 which brings many new changes and features. The 2.1 version is the last beta version before it graduates and become live in Nokia Store

Nokia N8 Successor Nokia 801 on Symbian C In The Making, Ready To Be Unveiled On MWC 2012?

10. November 2011 at 14:36

I’m not sure if this info is new, but again I’m pretty sure that this is rumor so just take a very small pinch of salt for this topic. Unwiredview have dug on some Nokia related rumors on the web. It’s about the Nokia N8 successor, either be it on the name of Nokia 801 or Nokia 810 or whatever, it seems this rumor is opening some light to the future camera king of Nokia that will replace N8 on its throne by the time it will be launched next year on February during MWC 2012.

Poll: Nokia N9 or Nokia Lumia 800 or Nokia N8 with Symbian Belle – Which One To Get?

7. November 2011 at 10:11


If you have the chance to get or buy one which will you pick? Do the Swipe and Nokia N9 combo hooked you already? Or it is the Metro UI on the Nokia Lumia 800 that is more strikingly attractive for you? Or maybe the monstrous and unbeatable camera of Nokia N8 paired with Symbian Belle is still your top priority?