The Nokia N85 is the first Nseries device to use an OLED display and it looks FANTASTIC. The N85 may be one of the best Nokia S60 devices and should replace the N95 as the most popular Nokia device in 2009. All I needed to see to convince me to purchase the device was the OLED display, but there is a ton more packed into the device too. Take a look at several photos of the device as I start working on my full review.
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There are several excellent applications for Nokia S60 devices and some of the best utilities are included in the Handy Tools Pack from Paragon Software. There are 11 utilities in the suite and I took a quick look at 7 of them that I found very useful. Take a look at the screenshots and then check out the video of each application in use.
MessagEase has been around since the days of the Palm Pilot and provides you with an alternative text entry method that is optimized for taps and slides. The QWERTY keyboard is for two hands on a PC and this MessagEase model is made just for stylus/finger focused text entry on a mobile device.
Microsoft's next version of its Windows Mobile operating system was revealed with lots of usability improvements. The lines between different device models continues to blur into a single platform for mobile productivity.
The HTC DROID Incredible is getting quite a few people excited about the next Google Android device on Verizon Wireless and in this image gallery we present a much closer look at functions and applications. Microsoft Exchange ActiveSync is supported quite well and we present screenshots of this, along with the text input options, document viewer, Skype Mobile, and NFL Mobile.
Nokia World 2009 was held in Stuggart, Germany in September 2009 and a few new products and accessories were shown with some beta services. Check out these images of the upcoming Nokia products.
The HTC Advantage X7501 was just made available at U.S. retailers like CompUSA and Amazon starting at US$850. This Windows Mobile 6 Professional device packs in everything, but the kitchen sink and after just a couple of hours with the device I found it does many things very well.
The Samsung Blackjack II has been out for a few months, but will soon be getting an upgrade to Windows Mobile 6.1. I had a chance to use this cool device with the latest operating system and find it to be a very solid and responsive Smartphone.
People who have Macs and Windows Mobile devices have a syncing solution that actually turns out to be much more functional and powerful than the ActiveSync client found on Windows PCs. Mark/Space just released their latest version that adds support for Windows Mobile 6, improves SMS log functionality, and many more new features.
HTC and Google launched the "Google phone" yesterday called the Nexus One. Mine came overnight and is up and running on T-Mobile at this time. The hardware is sleek and the internals are the best we have seen on an Android device. Check out a few unboxing and orientation photos in this preview of the Nexus One.