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On top of the Asha feature phone series, Nokia annouced its premier series of smarphones, the Lumia 710 & 800. Elop actually called the Lumia 800 “the first real Windows Phone” which is a pretty bold statement. The Nokia Lumia 800 which is on the right hand side has already launched an entire video series is you’re keen on checking out their marketing. The 800 sports a 3.7-inch ClearBlack AMOLED display, a single-core 1.4GHz processor and an 8-megapixel camera with a f/2.2 Carl Zeiss lens capable of shooting 720p video. The specs won’t exactly set anyone’s world on fire, but the design might: like the N9 before it, the Lumia 800 features a stunning unibody design that’s shaped out of a slab of durable polycarbonate material. The style-conscious among you will also be glad to know that the Lumia 800 comes in three colors: black, cyan, and magenta.
Below we’ve got the 710 (formerly known as the Sabre) is the smaller and the chunkier of the two, but that doesn’t mean it’s a slouch when it comes to hardware. It repackages the same 1.4GHz as seen in the Lumia 800, and pairs it with a 3.7-inch WVGA screen, and a 5-megapixel rear camera. It also bears the distinction of being the only Windows Phone with physical navigation keys, which is sure to please fans of tactile feedback.
Expecting to see it hit shelves in both stealth black and crisp white.
The Lumia 800 will begin shipping in November to select markets, for around €420, or about $585. It’ll roll out next month across France, Germany, Italy, the Netherlands, Spain and the UK, before making its way to Hong Kong, India, Russia, Singapore and Taiwan, by the close of 2011. The Lumia 710, meanwhile, is priced at €270 (around $376), and will be available in Hong Kong, India, Russia, Singapore and Taiwan by the end of this year.
A new version of Gmail featuring a revamped look, redesigned conversation threads and improved search is slated for pending released, according to an official video that was mistakenly posted to Google’s YouTube channel.
Jason Cornwell, user experience designer for Gmail, unveils the new version in the video. The Google Operating System blog spotted the video and it has since been made private — but not before YouTube user crlsndrsjmnz had time to repost it.
“Oops, you weren’t supposed to see that,” Gmail representative Andrea Freund tells Mashable. “Stay tuned, we’ll be sharing more info on Gmail’s new look soon.”
But, back to what’s new. “We’ve been hard at work to update Gmail with a new look,” Cornwell shares in the video. “We’ve completely redesigned the look and feel of Gmail to make it as clean, simple and intuitive as possible.”
Here’s some of what you can expect: Gmail will expand dynamically to accommodate any window size; users can adjust the size of label and chat areas; themes will include high-definition imagery; conversations — a.k.a. email threads — have been redesigned for readability and will include profile pictures (conversations look like more status updates); and search has been made more user-friendly, which means regular users can stop worrying about using Gmail search operators and simply input text into fields to find email messages.
This strikes us as the most dramatic change to Gmail since its debut, and likely marks a concerted attempt by Google to modernize and simplify the Gmail interface for the mainstream email user.
Gmail’s makeover has been several months in the making. In late June, Google released the “Preview” Gmail theme as a sneak peek of things to come.
The Samsung Galaxy Nexus, the latest Android Smartphone running the latest OS Ice Cream Sandwich was released in Hong Kong today. If you didn’t catch the live stream luckily we have the one below for you to enjoy, the build quality isn’t great but it defiantly is worth watching. The Samsung Galaxy Nexus will have a 4.65″ Super AMOLED display with 1280 x 720 screen resolution. The hardware has a 1.2 GHz TI OMAP 4460 dual core processor with 1GB of RAM, 32GB of storage, 802.11a/b/g/n WiFi, Bluetooth 3.0, A-GPS, and a 5.1MP camera that can record 1080p HD video. The battery life of the Nexus has a shot at being great with a 1750mAh battery.
Google and Samsung launched the latest Android OS Ice Cream Sandwich and the Galaxy Nexus smartphone Wednesday morning in Hong Kong.
We’ve broken down the long-awaited phone and OS’s new features, so that you can see exactly what is now brought to the table. Our pick for most impressive new feature is that glorious camera, which includes native features ranging from filters to panorama shooting.
- Big, fast and powerful: the Nexus Prime has a 4.65-inch display and LTE, runs one of the fastest 4G networks in the world and has a dual core 1.2ghz processor.
- Everything about this phone is smoother. There’s a new font optimized for HD, software buttons replace hardware buttons and the keyboard’s improved.
- Your face unlocks the phone, as facial recognition replaces a traditional pass code.
- The new and improved camera has zero shutter lag, autofocuses, takes low-light photos, stitches together images into seamless panoramas and shoots 1080p, time-lapsed video. You also have lots of instant editing options such as removing red eye, adding a “hipster” filter or cropping.
- The phone gives you a detailed analysis of your data usage, down to the very app sucking up all your bytes.
- Android Beam eases sharing between phones — simply bump your phone against another Android to transfer videos, maps or other content.
- Gmail and Google calendar have slick new looks and are integrated into the OS.
- The People app innovates your contacts list, linking individuals with all of their social profiles.
- You can multitask and view your recent apps.
- Developers can download the SDK starting immediately. The phone will ship to the U.S., Canada, Europe and Asia in November.
What do you think of Ice Cream Sandwich? Is it a game changer from Gingerbread or does it merely add some new bells and whistles? Let us know what you think in the comments.
California Gov. Jerry Brown officially declared Sunday (10/16/2011) Steve Jobs Day in California, and Apple is holding an invitation-only memorial event for Steve Jobs at Stanford University. To commemorate Steve Jobs Day, I found a video I think he would have liked.
Of the dozens of memorial videos that honor Jobs, I thought this one was the most appropriate for the occasion, created by a musician who calls himself AzR. Here’s how he describes the production of this profoundly moving work of art:
“I made this song using only sounds from Apple products and Steve’s 2005 Stanford commencement speech. Every instrument, including drums, has been sampled from a Mac product, tuned by ear, and replayed in the context of the song.”
If you take away nothing else from this day, just remember what I think is the most important quote ever said by Steve Jobs: “Your time is limited, so don’t waste it living someone else’s life.”
Rovio is usually releasing a special edition for holidays like the upcoming Halloween and the video they published on YouTube speaks of “a big surprise”. Of course you’ll notice the costumes and the date is getting closer but, on “a dark and stormy night”, “as the birds continue deeper into the forest” you’ll notice they discover something. The (not so) surprised look on their faces doesn’t give anything away but let us know of your thoughts on what it might be. A new bird maybe?
Rovio is usually releasing a special edition for holidays like the upcoming Halloween and the video they published on YouTube speaks of “a big surprise”.
Samsung Galaxy Tab 7.0 Plus
Imagine that, Samsung releases a tablet out that isn’t banned for sale in Germany! Its particularly exciting because its predecessor, the Samsung Galaxy Tab 7, held down best 7″ tablet, so we’re keen to find out if the Galaxy Tab 7.0 is a clear step up. Specification wise its an obvious improvement, it features a PLS LCD display with 1024 by 600 pixels of resolution and is powered by a 1.2GHz dual-core processor. On the Software side, Android 3.2 Honeycomb comes out of the box beautified by Samsung’s very own TouchWiz user interface. In addition, there is a 21Mbps HSPA+ radio on board so you can connected to the web when you’re on the go. The video below shows off exactly how smooth this 7 inch tablet performs, its personally my fovorite form factor. The reason being is that I use my tablet often when I’m on the go, which means standing up. Its too difficult to thumb type on a 10 inch tablet but is a breeze on a 7 inch. The display looks fantastic although I do wish that they had put in a 1280 x 800 display to give it a few a few extra pixels.
Mobile video calling app Tango is now on PC desktop computers supporting XP, Vista and Windows 7 . Tango launched on Android and iOS devices a year ago and got great response from Users. The company says After Desktop version a Mac version will be available later this year.
Mobile video calling app Tango’s new PC version has the same look and feel as the Tango app for mobile devices . After installing the tango you have to enter your email and phone number to get started . If you are the existing Tango user then PC app will automatically populate your address book with your Tango contacts.