Samsung Galaxy Note. First Look
Today, large companies, especially corporate giants like Samsung, do not surprise users with extraordinary products...
|First look. Sony ST21i Tapioca Microsoft Windows Phone 7: Reasons for Failure First Look at Samsung Galaxy S3 as a 2012 Flagship|
This model was introduced at CEBIT'2000. Its appearance created a furore that is connected with unusual specifications. It is the first serial phone with a built-in protection from water, dust and hits. Most likely competing companies will produce similar model soon and for now let's have a closer look at Nokia 6250.
The model can be reffered to an upper-cost class. And at the same time extra firm and waterproof qualities cost rather a big weight (167 g) and a built-in antenna. In all the rest the phone justifies all the possible expectations. A very convenient battery level and network indicator consists of 7 lines. Contrast level can be set according to your taste. A built-in sound meter is used to change loud speaker volume depending on surrounding noise. You can keep up to 500 numbers in a phone book and have several numbers for a single name. Also the phone allows to store up to 50 pictures and 150 text messages or have any combination of them. For typing you can use T9 function to save your time. Software for phone base synchronization with PC is provided with the device. This version of PC Suite allows to create your own logos in a built-in graphic editor and set them, edit notes in phone base, operate with groups of numbers and set your own ringing tones.
A built-in modem allows data transfer on the speed of up to 14400. You can exchange notes from your phone book, logos and calendar notes via IR-port.
And the last pleasant feature of the phone is voice dialing for up to 10 numbers.
A great number of accessories is available for this model:
A device for charging a battery in a car, several variants of Handsfree, RS-232 cable for synchronization with PC.
Summing up we can say that Nokia 6250 will certainly gain its place in the market, but it's interesting to hear first users' opinions. Most likely Nokia 6250 will not be used much in cities that is connected with its high price and low sensitivity of its built-in antenna.
The description of the construcion you can find here.
Eldar Murtazin (email@example.com)
[ 31-07 16:21 ]Sir Jony Ive: Apple Isn't In It For The Money
[ 31-07 13:34 ]Video: Nokia Designer Interviews
[ 31-07 13:10 ]RIM To Layoff 3,000 More Employees
[ 30-07 20:59 ]Video: iPhone 5 Housing Shown Off
[ 30-07 19:12 ]Android Fortunes Decline In U.S.
[ 25-07 16:18 ]Why Apple Is Suing Samsung?
[ 25-07 15:53 ]A Few Choice Quotes About Apple ... By Samsung
[ 23-07 20:25 ]Russian iOS Hacker Calls It A Day
[ 23-07 17:40 ]Video: It's Still Not Out, But Galaxy Note 10.1 Gets An Ad
[ 19-07 19:10 ]Another Loss For Nokia: $1 Billion Down In Q2
[ 19-07 16:57 ]iPhone 5 To Feature Nano-SIM Cards
[ 18-07 14:20 ]What The iPad Could Have Looked Like ...
[ 13-07 12:34 ]Infographic: The (Hypothetical) Sale Of RIM
[ 13-07 11:10 ]Video: iPhone Hacker Makes In-App Purchases Free
[ 12-07 19:50 ]iPhone 5 Images Leak Again
[ 12-07 17:51 ]Android Takes 50%+ Of U.S. And Europe
[ 11-07 16:02 ]Apple Involved In 60% Of Patent Suits
[ 11-07 13:14 ]Video: Kindle Fire Gets A Jelly Bean