Thursday, September 25, 2008

Nokia 7900 Prism or Nokia E71, Which One to Get?

It time for me to change my old beat up Treo 650 for a new handphone. I am zooming on these two Nokia Model. I am a bit outdated on handphones technology. Not sure to get Nokia 7900 Prism or Nokia E71 Pda phone. Any comments? Nokia 7900 Prism Cutting-edge design with anodized, diamond-cut patterns on an aluminum back cover Fascinating light effects – customizable with 49 different colors – when phone is turned on and off, or in idle mode Marvel at a living wallpaper that animates new, dazzling patterns unique to each phone Enjoy fast web browsing, quick downloads and 6 bands coverage with 3G capabilities Capture stylish photos or videos on a 2 megapixel camera with 8x digital zoom and flash Store more pictures, videos and music on a 1GB internal memory Synchronize data and contacts with PC applications using high speed USB connection or Bluetooth Experience superior color clarity with16mil color OLED display Volume: 55 cc Weight: 101 g Length: 112 mm Width: 45 mm Thickness: 11 mm OLED display 16 million colors 240 x 320 pixels display Integrated 2 megapixel camera with 8x digital zoom Flash modes: on, off, automatic Video recording and playback in QCIF, 3GPP H.263 and MPEG4 format Stereo music player for MP3, AAC and eAAC+ 1 GB internal user memory Text messaging: Supports concatenated SMS, picture messaging, and SMS distribution list Audio messaging: Record your own voice message and send to compatible devices Nokia Xpress audio messaging: Send a spontaneously recorded voice clip via MMS Predictive Text Input: Support for all major languages in Europe, Asia Pacific, China, Middle East and Africa and Latin America Java™ MIDP 2.0 Over-the-air (OTA) download of Java™–based applications Over-the-air (OTA) downloading: graphics, games, ringing tones, themes and wallpapers Bluetooth 2.0 MicroUSB connector for charging and data transfer with USB 2.0 Local and remote SyncML data sync WAP* 2.0 xHTML/HTML multimode browser OMA (Open Mobile Alliance) DRM (digital rights management) 2.0 for secure content downloading EDGE*: Class B, multislot class 32 GPRS: Class B, multislot class 32 WCDMA with simultaneous voice and packet data CSD (Circuit-Switched Data) for browsing and as data modem Battery Talk time Up to 3 hrs Standby time Up to 9 days Nokia E71 Form: Monoblock with full keyboard Dimensions: 114 x 57 x 10 mm Weight: 127 g Volume: 66 cc Full keyboard High quality QVGA display Size: 2.36" Resolution: 320 x 240 pixels (QVGA) Up to 16 million colors TFT active matrix (QVGA) Two customisable home screen modes Easy email set-up Support for Active Sync for Microsoft Exchange via Mail for Exchange Supported protocols: IMAP4, Microsoft ActiveSync, POP3, SMTP Support for email attachments IMAP IDLE support Support for Nokia Intellisync Wireless Email Integrated Nokia Mobile VPN Full keyboard Dedicated one-touch keys: Home, calendar, contacts, and email Speaker dependent and speaker independent voice dialling Intelligent input with auto-completion, auto-correction, auto-punctuation, and learning capability Accelerated scrolling with NaviTMKey Notification light in NaviTMKey Available in-box colours:- Grey steel- White steel Micro-USB connector, full-speed 2.5 mm Nokia AV connector BP-4L 1500 mAh Li-Po standard battery Talk time:- GSM up to 10 h 30 min- WCDMA up to 4 h 30 min Standby time:- GSM up to 17 days- WCDMA up to 20 days- WLAN idle up to 166 hours Music playback time (maximum): 18 h microSD memory card slot, hot swappable, max. 8 GB Approximately 110 MB internal dynamic memory E71-1 Quad-band EGSM 850/900/1800/1900, WCDMA 900/2100 HSDPA E71-2 Quad-band EGSM 850/900/1800/1900, WCDMA 850/1900 HSDPA E71-3 Quad-band EGSM 850/900/1800/1900, WCDMA 850/2100 HSDPA Offline mode CSD HSCSD GPRS class A, multislot class 32, maximum speed 100/60 kbps (DL/UL) EDGE class A, multislot class 32, maximum speed 296/177.6 kbps (DL/UL) WCDMA 900/2100 or 850/1900 or 850/2100, maximum speed 384/384 kbps (DL/UL) HSDPA class 6, maximum speed 3.6 Mbps/384 kbps (DL/UL) WLAN IEEE 802.11b/g WLAN Security: WEP, 802.1X, WPA, WPA2 TCP/IP support Nokia PC Internet Access (capability to serve as a data modem) IETF SIP and 3GPP SMS Multiple SMS deletion Text-to-speech message reader MMS Distribution lists for messaging Instant messaging with Presence-enhanced contacts Cell broadcast Supported markup languages: HTML, XHTML, MP, WML, CSS Supported protocols: HTTP, WAP 2.0 TCP/IP support Nokia browser- JavaScript version 1.3 and 1.5- Mini Map Nokia Mobile Search Nokia PC Internet Access (capability to serve as a data modem) Integrated A-GPS Nokia Maps application 3.2 megapixel camera (2048 x 1536 pixels) Autofocus LED flash Image formats: JPEG/EXIF CMOS sensor 4 x digital zoom Focal length: 3.8 mm Focus range: 10 cm to infinity Macro focus: 10-60 cm Flash modes: Automatic, On, Red-eye, Off Flash operating range: 1 m White balance modes: automatic, sunny, incandescent, fluorescent Centre weighted auto exposure; exposure compensation: +2 ~ -2EV at 0.7 step Capture modes: still, sequence, self-timer, video Scene modes: auto, user defined, close-up, portrait, landscape, night, night portrait Colour tone modes: normal, sepia, black & white, negative Full-screen viewfinder with grid Active toolbar Share photos with Share on Ovi Main camera 640 x 480 at 22 fps 320 x 240 (QVGA) at 30/15 fps 176 x 144 at 15 fps (QCIF) Digital video zoom Front camera- Video recording at up to 128 x 96 pixels (QCIF) and up to 15 fps- Up to 2x digital video zoom Video recording file formats: .mp4, .3gp; codecs: H.263, MPEG-4 VSP Audio recording formats: AMR Video white balance modes: automatic, sunny, incandescent, fluorescent Scene modes: automatic, night Colour tone modes: normal, sepia, black & white, negative Clip length (maximum): 1 h RealPlayer Video playback file formats: .mp4, .3gp; codecs: H.263, H.264 ,Real Video and MPEG-4 Video streaming: .3gp, .rm, mp4 Customisable video ring tones Software platform and user interface S60 3.1 Edition, Eseries Symbian Os 9.2 Two home screen modes with customizable active standby views Voice commands Personal information management (PIM): contacts, clock, calendar etc. Advanced contacts database: multiple number and e-mail details per contact, contacts with images Support for assigning images to contacts Support for contact groups Closed user group support Fixed Dialling Number support Clock: analogue and digital Alarm clock with ring tones Reminders Calculator with advanced functions Calendar with week and month view Converter Active Notes To-do list PIM information viewable during call Applications JavaTM MIDP 2.0 Flash Lite 3.0 Chat and instant messaging Nokia browser- JavaScript version 1.3 and 1.5- Mini Map Dictionary Quickoffice (Quickword, Quickpoint, Quicksheet) PDF Viewer ZIP Manager Download! File Manager Nokia Search Nokia Maps Adding more applications:- Use the Download! client- Over-the-air (OTA) downloads

4 comments:

Calvin Soo KJ said...

bro, the prism looks a little girly lah. summore, the keypad is placed rather clumsily. i reckon the e71 would be a better choice. nokia's e series are more business minded. can do a lot of stuff especially with emails.

garfield said...

i also agree that u choose the PDA phone. it has more features, and it is more customizable.

if u want. u can actually flash the firmware and run either windows mobile or Linux gnome mobile in it so that u can use like those HTC PDA, coz this 1 doesn't seems like running on Windows mobile OS.

Pete said...

Calvin : Ha Ha girly, lucky I didn't buy it lorrr.

Garfield : Thks for the info, I will chk out HTC also, I think HTC price is more competative.

garfield said...

yeah, HTC is quite expensive for a local made PDA.

anyway, u know that HTC is actually dopod? they was taken over by another company, then they re brand it.

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