Are you looking for a Nokia phone with a difference? It has been a while since Nokia have delivered a really well designed device like this. Once king of the cell phone market, competition from popular smartphones like the iPhone 4 and the HTC Desire S swept Nokia off the radar for a while. With the Lumia 900, Nokia has come crashing back into the game and this phone will definitely win over many smartphone users. The Nokia Lumia 900 has a beautiful design with a large vibrant 4.3-inch AMOLED ClearBlack Display. This screen performs great, even in direct sunlight because it uses a ClearBlack Display feature that blocks incoming light reflections through a polarized layer to improve screen visibility in bright conditions.
Nokia and Windows announced their partnership last year and since then gadget lovers have been waiting around for the launch of the first Nokia Windows phone. You need to wait no more with the introduction of the beautiful Nokia Lumia 800, a Windows Phone Mango based smartphone with an incredible 3.9inch 16-bit AMOLED ClearBlack display and almost excessive 1.4GHz MSM8255 Snapdragon/Scorpion CPU.
Like the idea of a touch-screen phone but not sure if it’s for you? The C3-01 is a totally different and innovative mobile device for Nokia. The design and the menu layout make it extremely simple to use this phone. The Nokia C3-01 has a unique touch and type interface. It has a regular keypad for texting, messaging and emailing and it also has touch-screen elements that allow you to navigate and operate the phone using the touch-screen rather than the keypad wherever is more convenient.
Do you miss having a keyboard on your touchscreen phone? The Nokia X3-02 is quite a unique phone because it gives you the best of both worlds. It has a touch screen interface but a candy-bar style keyboard also. A lot of phones like the Nokia N97 have a slide-out keyboard, but these can make the phone very bulky. The Nokia X3-02 is very thin and light. The touch and type option means that you can interact with the phone by scrolling and swiping with your fingers but when it comes to typing, you can stick to using a traditional tactile keyboard.
Do you take a lot of pictures on your mobile phone? Would you like to have a phone that looked more like a digital camera? The Nokia N8 is Nokia’s entry into high-end dedicated camera phones. The N8 also introduces a new Symbian operating system to smartphones. The new Symbian 3 Operating System debuts with this phone delivering an experience that is much faster and has a more responsive interface. There are new personalization features and usability enhancements that make Nokia a real player in the competitive market of smartphones once again.
Are you looking for a reliable phone on a budget? The Nokia X2 is just that. It has a simple, sleek design with slightly curved edges and is slim and compact enough to fit comfortably in your pocket. It measures 4.7 inches long by 2.35 inches wide by 0.56 inches deep and it weighs just 3.79 ounces. The Nokia X2 is made of pretty solid material and it feels comfortable in hand. With all the icons and application shortcuts in the home screen you might be tempted to touch the screen to start the application but unfortunately the Nokia X2 is not a touch-screen device.
However, the X2 has a simplistic menu design that lets you access applications easily, giving you the option of launching your favorite features right from the home screen.
Do you want a mobile phone that has great mobile messaging capabilities along with nice social networking features and excellent voice communication? Then you have to take a look at the Nokia C6. It has a glorious 3.2-inch touch screen display along with a slide out full QWERTY keypad. Its gorgeous form factor is very reminiscent of the very popular Nokia N97. The large screen along with the keypad makes this phone excellent for browsing the internet, checking and replying to emails, social networking on Facebook, twitter, MySpace and others.
We’ve featured the Nokia 5800 here before, the brilliant Xpressmusic edition that was geared towards audiophiles, but now Nokia have brought out the excellent Nokia 5800 Navigation Edition. It’s the same great phone with all the connectivity and multimedia features of the Nokia 5800, except this version is GPS centric.
If you’re a Nokia fan that wants a small and simple straightforward flip phone look no further then the Nokia 2705 Shade. This is a gorgeous budget flip phone with a straightforward and compact flip design that has a variety of Xpress-On colored covers, so you can choose what color to suit your outfit or your mood. Something you won't find on other flip phones, like the Motorola Razr V3.
A slick smartphone that is ideal for e-mail, the Nokia E71X is a great device for business users who like style. As a quadband phone, you can bring this device around the world with you to stay connected as it offers support for corporate communication via Microsoft Exchange which comes pre-loaded.
Do you wish your phone made you twist and shout? The Nokia 7705 Twist is a quirky and cool square phone that with a twist reveals a full QWERTY keyboard for easy texting and email. This really unique design is clean and minimalist, and when closed the phone slips easily into your pocket, weighs very little and fits neatly into your hand. Unlike the Sidekick 3 which we featured here before, which is bulky and cumbersome.
Say hello to the Nokia Surge, a smartphone that fits a huge amount into a small package.This full QWERTY slider phone has the fantastic Symbian S60 smartphone OS that you need to browse the web and enjoy e-mail.
Looking for a great multitasking device to bring with you everywhere? The Nokia n900 offers you the full computer experience in your hand, wherever you go. The n900 runs on the new Maemo 5 software which allows many applications to run simultaneously.
The Nokia N85 is a new dual-slider smartphone from Nokia. It is an extremely capable multimedia phone with a lot of emphasis on gaming. The N85 has an excellent music player that is very user-friendly. It supports many different files including MP3, MP4, AAC, AAC+, eAAC+ and WMA.
Nokia's first foray into touchscreen handsets was with the 5800 Xpress Music but they finally added it to a real smartphone with the N97 Touchscreen. Featuring a gorgeous 3.5inch widescreen display, Symbian OS, and slick slide out keyboard, this phone can be as fun as it can be productive. You can literally do anything you can on a PC with this gorgeous little smartphone. Not only does Nokia pack in a machine about twice as powerful as the iPhone 3G, Nokia have chosen not to restrict you to the software you can install on the device, or your mobile phone network.
The Nokia e63 has been introduced as an affordable alternative to the Nokia e71. It is very similar to the e71 in design as it has a large QWERTY keyboard and a large 320 x 240 pixels QVGA screen.
The Nokia E66 is designed for professionals with its superb personal information management which includes features you’d expect from the Nokia Eseries including e-mail support, Wi-Fi, GPS navigation and productivity tools. Covered in stainless steel, the E66 is sturdy and well-built. The slider works well, it does not feel flimsy like other sliders on the market. It’s comfortable to hold and easy to navigate.
The Nokia E71 is a damn sexy smartphone with a full QWERTY keyboard. It is candybar shaped and marketed towards business professionals because of its huge range of specs. It has a 2.4 inch QVGA screen, a 3.2 megapixel camera with autofocus and flash.
The Nokia N75 is a clamshell smartphone with great multimedia features. It has a nice glossy exterior display and dedicated media keys underneath to make accessing your music, messages, calendar and camera that much easier.
The Nokia 2610 sees Nokia returning to its roots. We’ve seen a lot of candy bar type phones like this in the past, but there hasn’t been a new release like this in a while. The 2610 is compact and light (3.21 ounces) with an incredible battery life.
This phone is perfect for those looking for a user friendly device that’s easy to navigate with a large toggle button. It won’t stretch your budget (unlike the new nokia n96) yet it is solidly built and reliable. The phone itself has space for 300 contacts.
The N73 is a candybar style smartphone. It has been described by Nokia as being a "multimedia computer". It comes in a range of colours including white, white and pink, white and red, silver and plum, silver and blue and black.
The Nokia 6102i is one of Nokia’s mid-range flip phones. It has all the features you'd expect from a Nokia- an FM radio, a camera, an alarm, a calendar, games, Bluetooth, voice memo and a to do list. It’s a very user friendly phone- the large backlit keypad buttons are easy to see and easy to use and the layout is easy to figure out.
The Nokia N96 has generated a lot of excitement coming up to its release and for good reason! This baby comes packing a dual sliding QWERTY keyboard and a one way sliding dial pad as well as a 2.8 inch display with 16 million colours. There’s also a 5-megapixel camera with Carl Zeiss optics and double LED flash.
The Nokia 6500 Slide was announced the same time as the 6500 classic. One would assume that these phones had the same features but they are completely different. The Nokia 6500 Slide is a 3G phone that features a 3.2-megapixel camera accompanied by a double-LED flash.
The Nokia N95 is all that is right with mobile phones today. A fierce competitor and mobile phone/PDA of choice for those who don't want to take the iPhone (or complex smartphone route) route. The N95 has made a name for itself by being one of the most user friendly, highest capacity all round brilliant phone with the highest resolution camera available.
The Nokia 6300 has received outstanding reviews recently. People are impressed with its simplicity, its slim design and the fact that it is so lightweight even with a metal casing. Not everyone needs a phone with high specifications. A lot of people don’t need their mobile to conquer the world, so what’s the point in paying top dollar for features that you’ll never even use?
The Nokia N70 is perfect for someone who doesn’t want to fork out two weeks wages for a mobile, someone who simply wants a nice sized phone with a few frills on a budget. With an excellent 2 megapixel camera (with a powerful zoom), real player, Bluetooth and a built in FM radio, it has all the basic frills you’d expect from the “n” series.