N78 Comes Loaded with Wi-Fi, HSPDA, GPS, Touch Surfaces, Tricorder

The new Nokia N78 candybar cellphone comes absolutely loaded: HSPDA 3G support, Wi-Fi connectivity, FM music transmitter and integrated Assisted GPS. The later has obligatory Nokia Maps support and automatic geotagging of photos taken by its 3.2-megapixel sensor with Carl Zeiss optics. Unlike the previous N73, the

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Nokia 6210 Navigator Keeps Pedestrians on Course with Compass, Accelerometers

If you thought the iPhone's accelerometers trick was cool, wait until you see the new Nokia 6210 Navigator GPS in action. Using the GPS, an integrated compass and accelerometers, the 6210 will always show you the map in the right orientation, no matter how you turn the cellphone around. This is great especially when… »2/11/08 4:15am2/11/08 4:15am

Nokia 6220 Classic Takes 5 Megapixel Geotagged Photos, Includes Widgets

The 6220 Classic seems to be Nokia's answer to the latest Sony Ericsson Cybershots: a compact candybar with 5 megapixel camera with Carl Zeiss lens that gets all its photos tagged thanks to its built-in Assisted GPS, a feature that is the norm in the latest Nokia lineup. The only bad thing: the candybar 6220 doesn't… »2/11/08 4:15am2/11/08 4:15am

XPERIA X1 Hiptop Killer: Sony Ericsson's First Video Plus Gallery

Sony's XPERIA X1 is a hiptop killer that has a touch UI, but a Hiptop-esque slide keyboard. A Windows Mobile device, the X1 features full QWERTY, a 3.2MP camera, 3-inch touchscreen at 800 X 480 resolution, Wi-Fi, 400 MB of internal storage and microSD support. Plus it's ready for every frequency under the sun for… »2/10/08 4:41pm2/10/08 4:41pm