Powered by Carl Zeiss optics, NOKIA N93i

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Powered by Carl Zeiss optics, NOKIA N93i

Powered by Carl Zeiss optics, NOKIA N93i

The third phone unveiled today by Nokia at the Consumer Electronics Show 2007 in Las Vegas was the Nokia N93i, which was leaked a little ago. The company refers to the N93i as a “digital camcorder and multimedia computer in one” with “DVD-like quality video capture”.Powered by Carl Zeiss optics, NOKIA N93i

The N93i runs on Symbian OS S60 3rd Edition and it records at up to 30 frames per second, stereo audio and digital stabilization. It also features a 3.2 megapixel camera with Carl Zeiss optics, 3x optical zoom, autofocus and close-up mode. Unlike the N76, the N93i comes with a 1GB miniSD card, which can records up to 45 minutes. Other features include a 2.4″ main display of up to 16 million colors, joystick, dedicated camera keys, WLAN and Universal Plug and Play.

Softbank 9225H handset with a PC keyboard

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Softbank 9225H handset with a PC keyboard

Softbank 9225H handset with a PC keyboard

Sharp unveiled its new handset ‘Softbank 9225H’ equipped with a qwerty keyboard like a PC during CEATEC 2008. Read more

Zune software coming to Windows Mobile

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ZuneWindows Mobile rumors were being whispered around quite forcefully earlier this year, and now we know why. In February, Mel Sampat asked the following question on the Windows Mobile Team Blog: “What are some ways the Zune player and a Windows Mobile device can work better together?” In April, blogger Chris Lanier reported that we would be hearing details of a “Zune integrated with a phone later this year.” Apparently, it’s late enough in 2008. In an interview with CIO, Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer said that the Zune software will be coming to Windows Mobile. 
“At the end of the day, one of the big trends is that all content is going digital. And if we don’t have the software and services that are useful, helpful and valuable for the consumption of music and video, we are sort of not really a player,” Ballmer told CIO. “Now, we built the Zune hardware with the Zune software—and what you’ll see more and more over time is that the Zune software will also be ported to and be more important not just with the hardware but on the PC, on Windows Mobile devices, etc.” 

So Ballmer has finally confirmed what some have speculated: there won’t just be a Zune Phone, there will be many Zune Phones. Windows Mobile may not be the biggest platform when it comes to mobile phones, but it does have a presence on every major handset maker, except for Nokia and Apple, and is a major player in the smartphone market. If Microsoft can get Zune-like functionality integrated into Windows Mobile in time for when version 7 ships on various new phones, the Zune ecosystem could get a big boost.  Read more

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