Posts tagged ‘Symbian cell phones’

September 6th, 2011

Nokia E6 Review

nokia e6 silver 300x300 Nokia E6 ReviewNokia E6 is the new business phone that brings to you all desired features at affordable price. The phone measures 115.5 x 59 x 10.5mm and weighs 133g and weighs 133g. The phone has a slick design.

Nokia E6 is an addition to the Touch and Type genre of phones which also includes the popular Nokia X3-02. The capacitive touchscreen display measures 2.46 inches and comes with a display resolution of 640 x 480 pixels. The pixel density of this phone is higher than that of iPhone’s Retina display.

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July 23rd, 2010

FingerPrint Scanner for Symbian Phones

FingerPrint1 FingerPrint Scanner for Symbian PhonesHow cool is it to have a touchscreen phone which can scan fingerprint and unlock itself only when it matches with yours?

Here you have it – FingerPrint application for Symbian phones!

Okay, this doesn’t really turn your Symbian phone into a fingerprint scanner. We all know that it is impossible, right? This trick application can really pull a fast one on your friends when you demostrate to them how you can unlock your phone with this fingerprint scanner.

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July 23rd, 2010

Slide Unlock for Symbian Phones

slideunlock1 Slide Unlock for Symbian PhonesOne nifty feature of iPhone is their slide unlock function which enables users to slide their finger across the touch screen to unlock the device.

So is there a way to have this cool feature on Symbian phones? Yes, there is!

This nifty Symbian application is nUnLock. Besides the slide unlocking function, it also acts as a screensaver showing the current time, battery stamina, and call status. Different from other Symbian apps, uUnlock allows you to configure almost everything possible. You can configure the homescreen image to your favourite wallpaper, adjust the slider sensitivity, font colour and text display.

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July 1st, 2010

Using OviMaps for GPS on Your Nokia

viewrangernokia5800db8 300x300 Using OviMaps for GPS on Your NokiaOvi Maps was first known as Nokia Maps and to use it the users had to pay subscription fees. Most people could not afford to pay high subscription fees to get navigation information. Soon Nokia Maps evolved into Ovi Maps that came with plenty of new features but still users were required to pay high subscription fees to use it. Soon Nokia realized that their GPS application is not being used by the people. Rather people preferred to use Google Maps which was available for free. In order to keep with the competition Nokia started giving the Ovi Maps for free which means users are not required to pay any fee to use it. Moreover, most of the new cell phones released by Nokia have Ovi Maps application pre-installed on it.

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July 9th, 2009

Remove Stubborn Applications from Your Symbian Phone

Symbian cell phones allow you install a wide range of applications on your phone such as call recording, personal organizer, music player, video player and Symbian Uninstall image009 254x300 Remove Stubborn Applications from Your Symbian Phonemany more. Hence, Symbian users love to install applications on their phone. Many of the applications are available for free through various forum websites that are available on the internet. One can easily download them to their phone and checkout the application.

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