Nokia N8 has a 12-megapixel camera with xenon flash that also captures HD video at 720p. It also has a 3.5 inch OLED screen, 16GB memory with micro SD card slot supporting up to 32GB memory cards, FM radio, FM transmitter, GPS, micro USB2.0, and an HDMI connection. What? A phone with an HDMI connection. Well if you can record in 720p, you may want to just hook it up straight to your HDTV or home theater system and see the quality. Nokia didn't skimp on audio either. The N8 supports Dolby Digital Plus, one of Dolby's high definition audio formats. That means surround sound from your phone when you connect it to your home theater with an HDMI cable.
Apple is expected to release its 4th generation iPhone soon after WWDC, which starts on June 7, but I'm not sure the new iPhone will measure up to these hardware specs.
Thursday, April 29, 2010
Thursday, April 8, 2010
It's been almost three years since the release of the first iPhone. Users have been asking for the ability to multitask for that entire time. Well, Apple has heard it, I'm sure, but is now ready to do something about it. Apple announced today that multitasking will be part of iPhone OS 4.0, which will be released this summer and available on 3GS models. Multitasking will also be available for the iPad in the fall.
Monday, March 29, 2010
This could be good news for New Yorkers and fellow San Franciscans. The Wall Street Journal is reporting that Apple's exclusive carrier deal with AT&T may be ending this summer with the release of it's next iPhone. If that is the case, AT&T may see a massive exodus of customers. Read more here.
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Thursday, March 25, 2010
Tuesday, March 9, 2010
CNet's post of the top 25 features. Some are clearly not going to happen, like integrating Flash, but others will very likely happen. Upgrades like increased memory and battery life along with a decrease in price for existing models have always been the core of Apple product updates. I personally would like to see at least a 5MP camera to compete with other phones (likely) and support for Dolby Mobile (not likely).
Posted by Ryan at 4:49 PM
Thursday, February 25, 2010
Getting paid for your old electronics and gadgets just got easier. Forget the hassle of trying to sell them on eBay or wondering how much you can get for it, just go to gazelle.com and they will pay you to take if off your hands. It's quick and easy and they even send you the box and pay for shipping.
Posted by Ryan at 12:41 PM