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December 20, 2008

Nokia E66 Review - Trusted Reviews

Nokia E66 Trusted Reviews has a review of the Nokia E66 and writes, "Despite the niggles, I have to say I like the E66. If you do a lot of emailing and messaging while you're out and about and prefer the convenience of a QWERTY keyboard, then you're probably better off with the E71 (which we'll be reviewing very soon)...But for those who prefer a phone to be, well, a phone first and an emailer second, then its combination of sleek design, solid business features and ease of use make it one of the most attractive handsets on the market right now."

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Posted by BJ at 10:51 AM

December 19, 2008

Apple iPhone 3G Review - The Syndney Morning Herald

The Syndney Morning Herald reviews the Apple iPhone 3G and writes, "...what you see with the iPhone 3G is what you get: a powerful, multi-featured, music and video-playing, internet- and email-capable mobile phone with a crappy camera...While Apple has added a feature which allows you to attach geo-locational data to photos taken on the phone, the camera is otherwise unchanged from the first version."

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Posted by BJ at 10:43 AM

December 18, 2008

Nokia E71 Review - Trusted Reviews

Nokia E71 Trusted Reviews has a review of the Nokia E71 and writes, "The Nokia E71's minor niggles are quite simply swamped by its positive attributes. It's a beautifully engineered phone, with great looks, slim build and fantastic ergonomics. It has wonderful battery life, a superb screen, effective GPS and fast mobile data...Better than all that, it's reasonably priced. In fact the only major thing I can see wrong with this handset is that I'm going to have to hand it back to Nokia. All I can say is: please don't take it. Please!"

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Posted by BJ at 10:36 AM

December 17, 2008

Nokia N78 Review - Trusted Reviews

Nokia N78 Trusted Reviews has a review of the Nokia N78 and writes, "There is a front-facing camera for two-way video calling, as well as the main camera. Yes, the latter can geotag your photos, but as mentioned earlier it offers 3.2-megapixel capture. With 5-megapixels becoming the norm on higher end phones, it might appear that Nokia has sold itself short here...However, the Carl Zeiss optics with auto focus, macro mode and LED (not xenon) flash all help matters along nicely, plus we should not forget that cramming more megapixels onto a tiny sensor can actually be detrimental to picture quality in terms of elevated noise (a 3.2-megapixel sensor has the potential to offer cleaner images than a 5-megapixel one of the same size). Anyway, with all the settings on auto mode and the flash turned off my tests shots were encouraging."

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Posted by BJ at 10:29 AM

December 16, 2008

Samsung BlackJack II (i617) Review - ZDNet

Samsung i617 ZDNet reviews the Samsung BlackJack II (i617) and writes, "On the back of the device you will find the 2 megapixel camera and self-portrait mirror. As you can see in the photo below and in a couple others in my image gallery the device takes decent photos and is one of the better for Windows Mobile devices. I am also using a beta version of the Qik streaming video service and it is performing very well with the camera and 3.5G wireless data connection."

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Posted by BJ at 10:12 AM

December 13, 2008

Sony Ericsson C902 Review - Trusted Reviews

Trusted Reviews has a review of the Sony Ericsson C902 and writes, "Another nifty aspect of the C902 is the camera's lens cover. Where these are provided on candybar style mobiles they are usually a sliding cover which you flick back to get the camera started...The camera's performance is up there with the best 5-megapixel offerings I've seen on a mobile phone. My test shot of the coloured dish photographed under normal household lights is very sharp and its colours are vibrant."

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Posted by BJ at 02:45 PM

December 12, 2008

Samsung Instinct Review - Geek

samsung-instinct Geek reviews the Samsung Instinct and writes, "It actually takes decent pictures (via its 2 megapixel camera) and offers up video recording, too. You can also browse your photos and literally flick through them, like you can on the iPhone."

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Posted by BJ at 02:37 PM

December 11, 2008

Nokia N96 First Look Review - Trusted Reviews

Nokia N96 Trusted Reviews has a first look review of the Nokia N96 and writes, "Alas, the camera worked intermittently on my preproduction sample, but when it did function, results were similar to the N95. On automatic settings it tended to wash out a little in flat light and couldn't match results achieved with the N82's excellent camera and Xenon flash indoors, but it's still better than the cameras I've used on most high-end smartphones. Final judgement will have to wait until final production samples are available."

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Posted by BJ at 02:33 PM

December 10, 2008

Nokia N78 Review - CNET UK

Nokia N78 CNET UK reviews the Nokia N78 and writes, "We're disappointed with the 3.2-megapixel camera on the N78. It can't compete with the camera on the N82, as the picture quality isn't very clear. There's no xenon flash either and without a camera cover, you have to wonder why Nokia has bothered."

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Posted by BJ at 09:45 AM

Nokia N78 Review - CrunchGear

Nokia N78 CrunchGear reviews the Nokia N78 and writes, "The 3.5-megapixel camera is excellent and the version of Symbian running on this phone is much improved over even last year’s version. Everything was very peppy and browsing was a pleasure. It has GPS and Wi-Fi built-in and along with video and music playback."

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Posted by BJ at 09:36 AM

December 09, 2008

Sony Ericsson C902 Review - CNET UK

CNET UK reviews the Sony Ericsson C902 and writes, "The C902 is a great-looking phone with some really cool design features, such as the slide-out lens cover. Despite being packed with a wealth of features, it remains very easy to use. Although the 5-megapixel camera takes very good shots, they're still not going to rival those from a dedicated digital camera."

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Posted by BJ at 01:41 PM

Apple iPhone 3G Review - Engadget

Engadget reviews the Apple iPhone 3G and writes, "There have been a number of other fixes to better the device as well. For example, the phone now has two proximity sensors to better detect when it's held to your ear. We also found that while the camera was essentially identical, we were getting images that were ever so slightly sharper and crisper than the original iPhone on 1.1.4 (check it out below). Still, knowing that HTC's Touch Diamond -- which features a 3.2 megapixel sensor and mechanical autofocus -- could pack such a great camera in an even smaller form factor than the iPhone's left us pining for something a bit more than the same 2 megapixels from the first time around."

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Posted by BJ at 01:35 PM

December 06, 2008

Nokia E71 Review - CNET UK

Nokia E71 CNET UK reviews the Nokia E71 and writes, "The only feature that left us very disappointed was the 3.2-megapixel camera. Its shutter speed was slow and it took blurry photos. We hope the next model in the E series offers a better camera...It looks gorgeous, it works well and most importantly it packs enough features to deal with a smorgasbord of situations. We're disappointed with its camera, but we think this is one of the best Nokia email phones to date, and highly recommend it if you're looking for a phone with a Qwerty keypad."

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Posted by BJ at 06:01 AM

Nokia 6220 Classic Review - All About Symbian

Nokia 6220 Classic All About Symbian reviews the Nokia 6220 Classic and writes, "But it's round the back where the real appeal of the Nokia 6220 Classic lies. Ignore the flimsy rear battery cover - just look. There's a Carl Zeiss-lensed, protected 5megapixel camera with Xenon flash. Wow...The results from it match up, more or less, to those from the likes of the N82, with the Xenon flash being every bit as bright as that in its much more expensive stablemate. For casual users there's no question that this will replace a basic digital camera."

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Posted by BJ at 06:01 AM

December 05, 2008

Sony Ericsson W350i Review - CNET UK

Sony Ericsson W350i CNET UK reviews the Sony Ericsson W350i and writes, "Aside from weak audio compatibility, there's a rear-mounted 1.3-megapixel camera without a flash for still images only, plus FM radio, stereo Bluetooth, email and RSS support, games, but sadly no 3.5mm headphone socket. This is a standard seen across the industry, despite our constant complaints...As a pocket camera, it's fine for quick snaps, but it can't compare to even slightly more capable handsets in terms of image quality. Don't forget there's no flash, either."

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Posted by BJ at 05:27 AM