Nokia N73: a Music Mobile Phone

Nokia’s phones are technological marvels with abundant multimedia features in easy-to-use devices. Nokia’s handsets have brought a deluge of entertainment in our lives, whether it is the N-series or the music edition range. Nokia N73 music edition comes with a digital music player, dedicated music keys and a FM radio with a visual radio. With support for MP3, AAC, AAC+, eAAC+ and WMA, you can choose how to split your tunes and play them. Visual radio allows you to interact with the station; you can purchase tickets of your favourite band and also get the latest news.

The Nokia N73 is a candy bar handset, with a large display in the front. The screen is one of the best displays in the segment of smart phones, with an amazing 240 x 320 pixel resolution and 262,000 colours. The keypad is regular like the Nokia N70, but we would have preferred a little larger key.

The Nokia N73 has upgraded the camera in a big way. The camera comes with Carl Zeiss optics and CMOS sensor, built-in flash, 20x digital zoom, macro mode, plenty of optional settings and a photo editor. Video recording is at CIF resolution with a frame rate of 15 frames per second. There is also a second inward facing Video VGA camera for making video calls.

A complete delight for the user, the Nokia N73 includes voice dialing, voice activation and Push-to-talk. This gadget also includes voice command features which simply activate the functions with a simple voice command. The users can stay in touch with friends, relatives and partners with an Email sender, instant messaging and SMS. You can also send important attachments with your Emails. So, get this rustle handset and enrich your life with 3G brilliance.

You can store upto 1.5 hours of your video footage in the MPEG4 CIF format with the 42 MB memory of this handset. There is also the provision of a special MiniSD memory card for extra storage. The Nokia N73 operates on a Quadband operating frequency which offers you unlimited mobility throughout the world. You can communicate with everyone without any hassle.

Source: Jack Mitchelson

Get Excited About BlackBerry SIP

Are you excited about the possibility of being able to make calls to anywhere in the world from anywhere in the world via BlackBerry SIP?  Do you even know what BlackBerry SIP is?  No?  Well, let’s put it this way: if you want to be making those calls from wherever you happen to be to wherever the other person happens to be, BlackBerry SIP is what will allow you to do it.  If there is a wireless connection available, BlackBerry SIP can make you communicable, wherever you want to communicate with.  If you want to be communicating, get very excited about BlackBerry SIP, as that is what will let you do it.

BlackBerry SIP is what lets you make any kind of voice call over the internet.  Its full name is Session Initiation Protocol, which to some people is just three random words thrown together, but what it really means is that this is the key to voice communications over the internet.  Skype uses this to let you talk to anyone on any other computer in the world for free.  Now you can get the power of this kind of communication, on your fully mobile, handheld BlackBerry, with BlackBerry SIP.

Can you think of all the great ways BlackBerry SIP can impact your life?  You already know that you can store any number of images, text files and information on your BlackBerry.  Imagine that you are out at lunch when you get that important call you have been waiting for, but had kind of given up on, which is why you went to lunch in the first place.  Imagine you are at lunch at your hotel because it’s a Saturday and you thought you’d get out of the city for the weekend.  There may not be a cell phone signal where you are, but you  have your BlackBerry and with BlackBerry SIP you are as communicable as if you were standing beneath a cell phone signal tower.

When you decide to get away from the hustle and bustle of the city, you often choose to go somewhere that doesn’t have a cell phone signal.  Your other half might have deliberately chosen your destination because of this factor, and you probably do want a break, but what happens if you really do need to be able to receive those important calls?  With BlackBerry SIP you don’t have to worry anymore.  Since most modern hotels have wireless internet available, at least in certain areas, you can receive emails, check the important bits, go over the necessary files and/or attachments and then call whoever you need to call in order to make sure that you are on top of things.

Of course, it is not a bad thing to let those you work with know that you are on top of things.  An uninvolved or absentee boss is not a good thing for company morale.  BlackBerry SIP allows you to stay in touch with your colleagues and clients and let everyone know that you are there, ready and waiting, to handle their needs whenever necessary.

Source: David Nalin

Vinyl Replacement Windows: What do they cost?

here at my consulting company, we often get asked the basic question, “what should an average vinyl replacement window cost?” This is not always such an easy question to answer! But I do realize that the typical answers you find on the internet try to avoid answering with a price.  The fact is, a vinyl replacement window is bought from a manufacturer at a dealer cost of generally between $70 – $250.  This DOES NOT mean that you will be able to buy the window for this amount, because companies need to make a profit.

How a window is priced is not so much what brand or quality, but more so the size and profitability of the company selling it.

Let’s take into consideration what a private contract needs to build into the price versus a larger remodeling company with salespeople, and an office.

Private Contractor Pricing

Window cost (lumber yard or retail store)  $120 each

extension jambs/shims                           $8 each

insulation (foam or fiberglass)                  $5 each

Labor                                                    $65 each


Gas  (give estimate, pick up windows)     $50 per job

Dispose of old windows                          $20 per job

Coil stock for outside trim                       $90 per job

cover overhead                                       $50 per job


So our private contractor probably needs to charge roughly $200 plus tax just to cover materials and labor, but also needs to price in enough to cover the time to give the estimate, the trips to pick up the windows, do the exterior trim, and cover expenses like contract forms, invoicing paperwork etc…

Also keep in mind that if a contractor breaks a new window, it cannot be returned so smart contractors typically build some “insurance” into the price as well.

Now add sales tax to this job, and also keep in mind that these costs just cover the labor and materials, not a profit (which too many contractors actually do not make enough profits so they go out of business frequently).  A typical profit markup would be at least 20%

If you were to say buy 10 windows from this private contractor, fair pricing would be approximately $2900 or $290 per window installed.

Now lets take a look at a remodeling company

Remodeling Company Pricing

Window Cost  (high quality custom built)    $200

Extension jambs, interior stops                  $9

Labor                                                       $75

Sales commissions                                  $40

insulation/caulk                                        $10


Cover costs for materials list, and estimate  $100 per job

Cost for lead generation (marketing)          $200 per job

Cover insurance, workers comp, licensing  $100 per job

Overhead (full office staff, rent, phones,etc)  $300 per job

Company vehicles, loans, credit lines       $200

Profit Markup (generally 50% or higher)


Our remodeling company now has to charge at least $6400 for the same 10 window job.

There are benefits to using a private contractor, namely a lower price.  The benefits of going with a remodeling company can often far outweigh the contractors low price selling point.

Should you choose the right remodeling company to complete your project, you may be offered attractive financing options, year round service, long warranties on both labor and materials, and sometimes a broader resource of industry knowledge.   Of course you must do your due diligence on your local contractors and companies, or use a service to help you out.  If you are going to be in your home a long time and want higher quality, full service, and long warranties then you should consider paying a little more in order to get back a ton.

Source: Jacob Renault
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In this day and age, the consumer is very smart when he/she comes to pay good money for a new phone. When asked to make a choice between the smart phone options available, the consumer becomes very confused as the market covers thousands of smart phones, of different brands. We will be comparing the features of the Nokia 5800 and the Nokia N97, to try and make the decision making process, hopefully easier. One thing is sure. Both the Nokia 5800 and Nokia N97 have the Nokia stamp on them, therefore their quality is guaranteed.

Nokia 5800 Xpress music

The Nokia 5800 xpress music is the very latest phone from Nokia, available in both 2G and 3G network.
As clear from its name, The Nokia 5800 is a music phone that comes with an impressive 3.2 inches TFT resistive touchscreen, with16 million colours, proximity sensor for auto turn off, accelerometer sensor for auto rotate and handwriting recognition.
The Nokia 5800 is a speaker phone with a standard 3.5mm audio jack and vibration, downloadable polyphonic and MP3 ringtones as alert types.
The Nokia 5800 also comes with a 3.15 megapixel primary camera with CARL ZEISS optics, auto focus and LED flash, which produce high quality pictures.
 A secondary videocall camera and a VGA@30fps video camera are also included in the Nokia 5800.
The phone has 81 MB internal memory and 128 MB ram. Memory can be expanded to 16 GB, via the included micro SD card slot.
GPRS, HSCSD, EDGE, 3G, W-LAN, Bluetooth and USB are the data transfer features supported by the Nokia 5800.
It is a WI-FI phone and has SYMBIAN OS V9.4 and also a GPS support system. This handset comes in the colours black, red and blue, and has stereo fm radio with RDS option.

Nokia N-97

Like the Nokia 5800, the Nokia N97 also comes in both 2G and 3G network.
The Nokia N97 features a QWERTY keyboard, as well as all the display features that are there in Nokia 5800. It has a 3.5 inch TFT resistive touchscreen with 16 million colours. Handwriting recognition, accelerometer sensor for auto rotate and proximity sensor for auto turn off are also featured in the Nokia N97
The phone has a 5 MP primary camera with CARLZEISS optics, led flash and auto focus, and also a secondary video call camera and VGA@30fps video camera is also included.
GPRS, HSCSD, EDGE, 3G, WLAN BLUETOOTH and MICRO USB are the data features in the Nokia N97.
The mobile phone works on SYMBIAN OS V9.4 and has JAVA MIDP v2.0 feature. The Nokia N97 also features an FM RADIO with RDS and FM TRASMITTER, and comes in two colours, white and brown.

Source: Dharmendra Chaudhary

The New Blackberry 9300 Curve 3G – A Review

The Blackberry 9300 Curve 3G is RIM’s attempt to pitch a smart phone at first time users by trimming down a host of needless features, leaving a good quality and appealing handset ideal for people upgrading from a feature phone or indeed, owning a phone for the first time.

At just 60mm in width, the phone has a narrow chassis for a handset incorporating a full Qwerty keypad. This lack of width however does not make the keys feel cramped, they are still well spaced and just as responsive as those on previous models. Blackberry made this style of keypad famous on mobile phones and if this is what you are seeking, then there are no better phones available. Asides from these keys, the front of the handset features the Call, End, Back and Blackberry menu keys. Above the keypad is the now familiar optical trackpad which navigates the user around the screen in a precise and responsive manner, which is just as well as the screen itself is not touchscreen. The phones display has not undergone too much work on this model. It still sports a fairly average 320 x 240 resolution in QVGA quality, however at 2.4 inches this is adequate for most peoples everyday phone needs and the display does produce a good image quality. Only real media fans would be looking for more, in which case it is doubtful they would be purchasing this phone as it is really aimed at people who place great importance on messaging and e mails.

Where some big improvements have been made on the Blackberry 9300 Curve 3G is in the area of connectivity. As its name suggests, the biggest change is the phones new support for the 3G network. This means users can benefit from much faster data network speeds whilst on the move. This results in an all round more pleasing online experience, plus enables the phone to support useful features such as push e mail, which can update your inbox and real time and notify you of any incoming mail. Up to ten separate e mail accounts can be supported on the new unified inbox, or if you choose you can view them all separately. In addition to this messages from the phones apps such as Facebook can also be linked, and SMS text messages can be displayed there too. For anybody who checks there emails, and then exits to read a text before logging onto Facebook when finished, can see, the unified inbox is a time saving and convenient way way of performing multiple tasks in one place. It because of features such as this that the Blackberry is no longer just the handset of the businessman, and is becoming ever more popular with the youth market who inevitably utilise SMS and social networks more than anybody. The Blackberry 9300 Curve 3G is a fairly basic smartphone that performs very well. Messaging and social network facilities are great, and these are backed up by great network coverage allowing you to use the handset to its maximum potential.

The Blackberry 9300 Curve 3G and the Nokia X6 8GB are available now.

Source: Emma Rosher

Tennessee Cremation Natural or Propane Gas

Tennessee Cremations:

There are pros and cons to using both natural gas and propane as crematory fuels, heavily influenced by their availability in your crematory’s location. If you’re struggling to make a choice between natural gas and propane, you have to exercise due diligence and precisely calculate which is best for you. Doing so will help your operating costs tremendously.

One crematory that has faced this situation head on is First State Cremation Center, Inc., in Millsboro, Del., which opened in May 2009. American funeral Director asked one of First State Cremation Center’s shareholders, David Salmon, how the company arrived at its decision.

Q: How has the natural gas versus propane situation changed for you over the years?

A: Our facility is a new venture whereby several funeral home owners and myself, a licensee without a funeral home, combined their resources to construct a facility like no other in our area. We built our facility from the ground up as a cremation center, recognizing the increased consumer demand for cremation combined with the opportunity to provide client families a state-of-art facility and incorporating a witnessing room, a pet crematory and a pet merchandise resource center.

Once the shareholders accepted the building design we contacted the natural gas distributor in our area, only to find out that there was a natural gas distribution line that ran in front of our building site, not a supply line we could tap into. In order for us to gain access to natural gas we would have to purchase a “Christmas tree” valve at $50,000, plus the cost of trenching a gas line to the building. Hence, plan B.

We sent out bid letters to four propane gas distributors in our area. Three responded. Of the three, one distributor was 4 cents less per gallon then the next lowest bidder. The price points from the three responders were a total of 7 cents difference. Now, that may not seem like much, however, when you factor in the volume we anticipated through historical cremation call data per the funeral home owners, plus a 3-4 percent annual increase in cremation call volume and adding in the pet crematory, the projected volume, on an annual basis, 7 cents is a significant number. We’re anticipating a 20,000 gallon first-year volume.

The fact that the natural gas option was way out of the budget turned out to be a blessing. With natural gas, the Public Utilities Commission regulates these suppliers in Delaware. Propane distributors are not (regulated), and the opportunity exists to bid-out propane.

Certainly, based on volume, a crematory facility may have some leverage with the natural gas supplier, but on the propane side, even a mid- to high-volume facility may garner a better price per gallon than with natural gas.

To keep everyone honest, based on the bid price, we found OPIS (a division of UCG, the parent company of Kates-Boylston). When we receive a propane delivery, our crematory technician notifies me of the gallon amount, price per gallon and the hazmat charge, I receive via e-mail the daily “rack rate” from OPIS. Our terms and conditions with our propane supplier are as follows: The rack rate at Delaware City, Del., where they receive their fuel, plus a per-gallon transport fee which is currently 11 cents per gallon, plus the bid amount. These three prices combined add up to our per-gallon price.

As it turned out, our first delivery was priced at typical commercial pricing. I notified the distributor and advised them that I was an OPIS subscriber and based on our bid contract they were at 70 cents over contract. They made the corrections in their computer and the subsequent two deliveries have been spot on with the OPIS price guide.

Q: Do you believe one method is more efficient than the other?

A: I’m not confident that one fuel is better over the other. Some like the convenience of not having a fuel delivery truck on site, plus not having to deal with underground or above-ground storage tanks. Ultimately, a crematory operation should spend a great deal of time looking at the peaks and valleys of fuel prices of any source and determine the volatility of each compared to the price.

We have three 1,000-gallon tanks buried on the premises to handle the projected at 1.6 months worth of operation (with reserve). We have installed high-pressure meters (at $225 each) for each unit to get readings at the start of a cremation and at the end of a cremation to determine fuel consumption in 100-cubic-feet increments for humans and pets. Based on usage and applying the conversion formula from cubic feet to gallons, we are able to zero in on the gallons of usage per cremation within 100 cubic feet (the meter factor).

Our units are using at 23 gallons for the first cremation and at a 15 percent reduction in fuel usage for each subsequent cremation. Based on Delaware Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Control code we can operate during daylight hours.

There have been discussions as to which fuel burns hotter (propane), yet which fuel is deemed more efficient and less costly (natural gas). In my opinion, based on last year’s run up in oil, gasoline, propane and natural gas prices and the volatility in the oil markets, whatever fuel a crematory is using (and yes, there are some out there still using heating fuel oil in their units) it makes sense to get the most out of your dollars by shopping around or meeting with the natural gas supplier to try and negotiate a better price.

If a crematory is currently using natural gas and is considering switching to propane, there will be some cost involved (i.e., the burner orifice, the thermal-coupler, spark plugs, etc.) Plus it will require propane tanks, or tying you to the supplier to provide the tanks. If you purchase the tanks, be certain you get a certificate of sale with the tank ID/serial numbers on the documentation, along with the meters and pressure valves where applicable.

The piping for natural gas is the large, 2-inch pipe. This is the pipe we installed and is fine for propane. The propane meters are high-pressure, and the system must maintain an 11-inch water column during the entire operation.

Q: Do you know of any other crematories that are going through the same situation?

A: I shared this information with a funeral home/crematory operation I know in Virginia. He had suspected that his fuel usage was at 40 gallons of propane per cremation. After reading his meter and using the formula to calculate fuel usage, he contacted his propane dealer. The difference in what he was billed and what he used was significant. They discovered a leak between the tank and the meter. He was issued a credit of $5,200. That’s at 2,500 to 3,000 gallons of propane he had paid for and didn’t use. If he hadn’t had a meter, this would have been extremely difficult to prove.

The conversion formulas are readily available online for all fuel types. You will need a source (OPIS) to determine the rack rate from the port your distributor is receiving propane or pipeline for natural gas. However, unless your unit is metered, using the fuel conversion formula and subscribing to OPIS is a moot point.

If you or a family member have any further questions or concerns with respect to cremation, cremation services, cremation costs or a direct cremation please feel free to contact Cremation Options toll free 24 hours daily at 1-877-989-9090.

Source: Joshua Cabe Johnson
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Nokia Phone Review Model 1200

Cell phone is very important device to our daily life. Though some of us are already using this product as a fashion but still now many low income based people are finding a used/old model one to communicate with their family members, friends and relatives. So this article can help those people who are trying to get a cell phone by paying little money.

Mobile phone manufacturer Nokia is called the king of Mobile. Worldwide people like this mobile because of its quality and performance. Those of you are using Nokia they have the real experience about the phone company of Nokia. If the phone fall down from your hand there is a some panic about out breaking of your phone. But if the phone is Nokia then you can rest on that nothing happened in your mobile phone.

From the beginning Nokia continually making his various featured phone one after another. Some of them are high price and some of them are low price. Nokia 1200 is a low priced set. It’s a poor people’s hand set. If you are limited budget or very often you loose your phone then you can try it once.

Nokia 1200 is a Unlocked for use with dual-band GSM 900/1800 MHz service provider and SIM card. Affordable candybar-style phone with monochrome display one touch shortcut keys for SMS messaging, Speakerphone and up to seven hours of talk time, up to 390 hours (16+ days) of standby time; measures 4.02 x 1.74 x 0.69 inches (HxWxD) and weighs 2.72 ounces.

Out looking is excellent. very light and small size so it is very easy to keep in your pocket. Although this is a low priced set but lot of functions are present in this phone. Some of them are Alarm clock, reminders, games, Extra (calculator, converter, countdown time, calendar, stopwatch, composer, flashlight, demo of basic operation).

Reminders is one of the most important option of this set. By using this option you can set all your year along programs with time and date. Whose of you forget anything easily this option may be helpful for them. According your setting it will alarm you on the certain time and date.

Another important options are copying contact from phone to sim and sim to phone, speed dialing, chat, call cost setting, control of your number displaying to receiver’s phone, SMS sync facility and some more options.

Nokia 1200 is polyphonic tone based phone. There is an option to load or compose ring tone according your wish. There is a big digital and analogue clock as a power saving screen saver. Phone contacts memory is 200, voice mail, multi phone book using facility, picture image sending and receiving capabilities.

Now the price of this phone at amazon shop is 40 US dollar. Six months ago it was 30 dollars. However if you are searching for lower price set then you can consider it or you can purchase it to present your relative, family member or school going children as a Christmas gift.

Disadvantages: When you go to compose for SMS after 32 characters you cannot type any more character. To ad more character or word you have to push OK button, then select insert option, from insert option you can select word or number, after selection you will be able to add next 32 characters. This is really restriction of Nokia 1200 and time consuming matter.

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Source: Abdul Halim

Blackberry Bold 9700

Look and feel – extremely Good

as opposed to the last BlackBerry Bold 9000, which was a bizarre mixture of styles and textures, edge got the style perfect with the BlackBerry Bold 9700. The phonephone oozes class, and though it sports a mixture of faux-leather plastics and soft touch paint with that now-signature chrome band, the Buy Blackberry Bold 9700 now feels understated and slight in the hand. It’s smaller and lighter than the BlackBerry Tour, although it packs more features. Overall, the outer layer isn’t a departure from the modern BlackBerry look and feel, it’s simply the most refined version we’ve seen so far.
Like the original Buy Blackberry Bold 9700, the standout design feature on the new BlackBerry Bold 9700 is the screen. Besides the new BlackBerry Storm two we just reviewed, the Buy Blackberry Bold 9700 might have the best screen we have seen on a portable gizmo. It’s bright and colourful, with deep, inky blacks and colourful, shining highlights. It’s also utterly wasted on the bland, textual and dated looking BlackBerry interface. There isn’t a single feature that looks better on a BlackBerry device than on a more polished looking phone, like the Palm Pre or the HTC Hero on run. From the basic menus to the calendar and productivity apps to even the media player and fun stuff, the BlackBerry OS is wanting a serious overhaul, or fickle buyers will start passing on the great features for a phone that looks much more modern.

The BlackBerry Bold 9700 gets the new BlackBerry trackpad, which appears to be the future for BlackBerry telephones with a genuine keyboard. We like the trackpad, and it’s growing on us with each new model. It’s an advance over the trackball that ruled the middle generation of BlackBerry telephones, but we will not help but wonder if navigation on the BlackBerry has gotten any simpler since the days of the old thumbwheel.

The keyboard on the BlackBerry Bold 9700 is classic BlackBerry. It’s a bit tiny for our taste, but the marginally angled keys make for a shallow learning curve. But BlackBerry keyboards have a strong fan base, and for simple typing, you will find a quick and easy QWERTY on the BlackBerry Bold 9700.

Source: Monty Contreras

The Relationship Between Home Prices and Rent Amounts

It is widely accepted that rent amounts are a fundamental factor in determining the value of housing. If housing prices rise too far out of line with rents, a combination of declines in home values and increases in rent amounts will ultimately occur and enable these two averages to correct back toward each other. Although this relationship between housing values and rents has endured the many peaks and valleys of past real estate cycles, the events of the years from 1996 to 2006 strained this interconnection to unprecedented extents. However, just as gravity causes objects to eventually fall to the earth, subsequent years have shown that this correlation between housing prices and rent is destined to survive.

An examination of Freddie Mac’s conventional mortgage house price index reveals that United States home prices doubled from 1996 to 2006. Alternatively, the consumer price index shows that rent amounts only increased half as much as sales prices over the same period of time. This created an identifiable imbalance in this typically synchronized relationship, which then served as a reliable predictor of the paths that both home values and rental amounts would follow in the years to come.

As if imitating a cinema production featuring two lovers involuntarily forced apart, the years of 2007 and 2008 set the scene for housing prices and rents to once again be reunited. Nationwide housing values tumbled by approximately 35% in these two years according to the market tracking company MDA DataQuick. Responding on cue, the real estate research firm RealFacts Inc. reported that rents increased by approximately 10% over the same period.

It may seem illogical that rents could actually increase amidst falling home prices and the economic downturn that usually accompanies a poor housing market. Yet it is actually a poor economic environment that often acts to stimulate the residential rental market. For example, the decline of economic conditions from 2007 through 2008 brought the construction of new housing and apartments to a virtual halt, thereby stunting the supply of available rental property. Simultaneously, the demand for rentals was enhanced by a dramatic increase in the size of the available tenant base. Families displaced from foreclosed properties, growing populations, potential buyers refraining from purchasing until home prices stabilize, difficulties in obtaining financing, and widespread job losses all contributed to make renting a very attractive option for large segments of the population.

As evidenced above, housing prices and rents remained interconnected despite the intense pressures that pulled them apart. Although often overlooked, this durable relationship should be utilized to help predict housing market conditions and prevent the occurrence of economic crises well into the future.

Source: Brian S. Icenhower
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Nokia Mobile Phones: Easy to Use and Sophisticated in Terms of Features

In this modern time, mobile phone has become an integral part of human life. The importance of mobile phone is increasing day-by-day. Mobile phones have brought the world closer in a dynamic way. Now a days, people are becoming more sensitive towards their handset. Nokia mobile phones have achieved a big breakthrough in the field of mobile phone communication. Nokia is known as world’s largest manufacturer of the amazing mobile handsets. The Nokia mobile phones have simplified life of common people by offering them easy operating phones. The handsets are well equipped with modern technologies, fantastic applications and excellent designs. These gadgets are very successful in the world of phone communication. Now a days people are demanding more features from their handsets apart from making and receiving calls. These phones are brilliantly managed to satisfy the the growing needs and wants of people.

Nokia has introduced a wide range of unique mobile phones such as xpressmusic group, N series, supernova series, E series and many other groups. Nokia xpressmusic mobiles are popular for amazing music and sound quality. 5130 xpressmusic, 5230 xpressmusic, 5310 xpressmusic, 5210 xpressmusic, 5320 xpressmusic, 5610 xpressmusic, 5700 xpressmusic, 5800 xpressmusic are well known. These are the fantastic creations of Nokia xpressmusic group. These phones are equipped with the innovative features. Nokia xpressmusic mobiles come with high quality megapixel, 3G technology, Better sound, fantastic music player that can play on MP3, MP4, AAC and EAAC formats.

N series is a beautiful creation of the Nokia mobile. N95, Nokia N96, N73, 71 and N85 are member of the N series that offer modern day phone features and applications. The N 95 highly is a commendable gadget with 3G technology that comes with 5 megapixel camera and 16 million colour TFT screen. The device is preloaded with Quad Band and HSDPA. With the aid of these features, users can enjoy a smooth network in roaming even when they are abroad. N73 is another wonderful handset from N series. It comes with the visual Radio, Bluetooth connectivity, megapixel camera and 42 Mbytes memory. In this phone there is also the provision for external memory card. In E series there are a number of high technology mobile phone such as E71, E51, E65, E66 and many others. E71 is a 2.4 inch TFT screen with 240×320 pixel screen resolution that is capable to show 262 K colours.

Nokia mobile phones can impress people from across the world. These handsets are best suited to every pocket as they are available at affordable cost. These mobiles target every section of society with their wide range of assortment. The battery power of Nokia mobile is amazing. For battery back-up, Nokia receives great applause from people. These devices target a big market irrespective of their social class, gender, region and country. So, Nokia is the best in the field of mobile communication.

Source: David Boon