New iOS and Android Challenger
At the Nokia Connection 2011 event in Singapore, Nokia finally unveiled its MeeGo-based smartphone. The launch of this device had been expected for a long time, because of rumors that Nokia would stop working with Intel. Instead, they would focus on Windows Phone 7. The event centered around Nokia’s commitment to the MeeGo operating system and highlighted the potential of the platform. Attendees got the chance to try the device and were given a glimpse into the potential applications and features that the platform could offer. Nokia made its promise to the MeeGo platform clear and stated its commitment to developing the platform further. With the launch of their new MeeGo-based smartphone, Nokia has shown that they are dedicated to providing for their customers.
Unexpectedly, Nokia released not one, but two MeeGo smartphones at once, the Nokia N9 and Nokia N950. Both devices are well-equipped with modern technology, designed to satisfy even the most tech-savvy users. The Nokia N9, for instance, comes with a 3.9-inch AMOLED display with a resolution of 854 x 480 pixels. Additionally, it runs a powerful 1 GHz OMAP3630 processor with 1 GB of RAM and a PowerVR SGX530 graphics processor. This combination of hardware and software provides excellent performance, allowing users to quickly and easily run multiple applications and games with ease.
The modern smartphone comes with a camera button, equipped with an 8-megapixel resolution that allows for 16:9 720p video recording. The camera has been designed with an autofocus function as opposed to EdoF, providing users with a clear and sharp image. Compact and lightweight, the measurements are 116.45 x 61.2 x 7.6 – 12.1mm and it weighs only 135 grams. This smartphone also features internal memory with an impressive 16 GB or 64 GB capacity, allowing for the storage of important data, photos, and videos. With convenience and quality in mind, this smartphone is the perfect device for capturing memories.
The Nokia N950 is a touchscreen smartphone with a sliding QWERTY keypad, crafted with a sleek aluminum body. The device boasts an impressive 4-inch TFT touchscreen display with FWVGA resolution, yielding a clear and vibrant viewing experience. The device is powered by a 1GHz OMAP3630 processor, accompanied by a PowerVR SGX530 graphics card, the same graphics card used by the popular Nokia N9. The Nokia 950 also features an 8MP camera, allowing users to take detailed and high-quality photos right from their pocket. All of these impressive features make the Nokia N950 an ideal solution for users looking for a modern, attractive, and reliable smartphone.
Motorola Droid 3
Doesn’t Support 4G
Motorola is preparing to launch its latest smartphone in the market: the Droid 3, code-named Milestone 3. Set to go into production in Q3 2011, this smartphone will be the latest in Motorola’s Droid line. While there are not many changes from its predecessor, the Droid 2, the Droid 3 will come with improved specifications. These include a larger 4.3-inch touchscreen display, an 8-megapixel camera, and a dual-core 1GHz processor. Furthermore, the Droid 3 will come with a RAM of 1 GB, a battery life of 12 hours, and will run on the latest Android 2.3 (Gingerbread) operating system. All these features make the Droid 3 a powerful and versatile smartphone.
The Droid 3, an impressive smartphone from Motorola, offers a unique design with its sliding keypad. It features a reliable and powerful dual-core processor, as well as 512 MB of RAM, to ensure smooth and seamless multitasking. The display has been upgraded to a 4-inch qHD touchscreen, providing a vivid, vibrant picture. Users will be delighted to know that the Droid 3 runs the Android 2.3 Gingerbread operating system, offering many customization options. Unfortunately, the device does not support 4G, contrary to the expectations of many consumers. Nevertheless, the Droid 3 remains a reliable and powerful option for those who are looking for a quality smartphone.