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Nokia N76 review: Elegant and smart

Nokia N76 review: Elegant and smart

Jan Horalík, 12 July 2007

Not so long ago phones with open OS, the so called smartphones, were significantly bigger than standard feature phones. And it was just size that would often deter users from purchasing a smartphone. Nowadays, however, smartphones are slowly assuming the dimensions of standard phones. The new Nokia N76 - the first slim clamshell based on Symbian S60 is a brilliant example of this trend.


Nokia E61i review: Lens-wear for the messenger

Nokia E61i review: Lens-wear for the messenger

GSMArena team, 04 May 2007

You all know Nokia E61 – it’s been among the most popular Nokia smartphones ever since it was presented. Its fans have always been divided over it not having a camera. Taking that into account Nokia decided to release an updated version of the handset marked with “i”. Besides a camera, the new model features a number of small modifications, or otherwise upgrades, which would again reinstate it as a top-notch smartphone messenger. Now join us on our GSMArena journey which would try to answer a good deal of questions for you… and for us, for that matter.


Nokia N95 review: Nokia’s crown jewel

Nokia N95 review: Nokia’s crown jewel

David Polesný, 01 May 2007

This is the our detailed test of Nokia N95, the best equipped phone on today’s mobile market. Nokia N95 is among first mobiles to have a built-in camera with a 5 megapixel resolution. Among its lures are also an integrated GPS module, HSDPA support, two-way sliding construction, and a very handy 3.5 mm jack connector for earphones.


Nokia E65 review: Business beauty

Nokia E65 review: Business beauty

Ivo Mareček, 23 April 2007

Nokia E65 is an attractive slider smartphone powered by the Symbian OS. It offers Wi-Fi capability and has 3G support. Its extensive software equipment is an apparent necessity, while its built-in 2 megapixel camera and dedicated keys for conference call management are delightful extras.


Nokia N95 camera review: High five

Nokia N95 camera review: High five

David Polesný, 19 April 2007

Camera interface, description of functions, sample pictures, comparison to a digital camera, and sample VGA videos. Nokia N95 is among the first mobile phones on the European market to ever offer a 5-megapixel resolution. What’s more, its camera features a Carl Zeiss lens, automatic focus, and detailed user-configurable settings.


Nokia 6300 review: The slim Finn

Nokia 6300 review: The slim Finn

Jan Horalík, 02 April 2007

Nokia 6300 is the new Nokia star in the Series 40 3rd Edition line. It attacks with conservative design, miniUSB, and a slim body with steel plates. The famous Finnish mobile manufacturer has been long expected to launch a new high-end, classic-look phone with state-of-the-art functional menu to substitute the enormously successful couple Nokia 6230 and Nokia 6230i.

Tags: Nokia, S40, MobilMania


Nokia 7390 review: Fully loaded glamour

Nokia 7390 review: Fully loaded glamour

Ivo Mareček, 07 March 2007

The non-OS Nokia phone with the richest equipment up-to-date is a highly stylish clamshell. The Nokia 7390 has 3G support, two colorful displays and an impressive 3.2 megapixel camera with auto focus.

Tags: Nokia, S40, MobilMania


LG KG920 vs. SE K800 vs. Nokia N73: One more photo shootout

LG KG920 vs. SE K800 vs. Nokia N73: One more photo shootout

GSMArena team, 31 January 2007

Recently we've got LG K920 for testing; this is one of the first 5MP camera GSM phones available on the market. We've decided that it's a good idea to test it against one of the best currently available 3MP camera phones, and also great rivals - Sony Ericsson K800 and Nokia N73.


Nokia 6270 review: A bulky slider

Nokia 6270 review: A bulky slider

GSMArena team, 28 December 2006

It's been some time now that the Nokia 6270 has been on the market. This stylish slider is anything but slim and yet it managed to find its fans. The 2 megapixel camera along with the wide connectivity options, the large display and the great 3D stereo sound make it a prefered choice for a lot of… our guess is, die-hard Nokia fans. Our opinion is that there are better rival phones at the same price and functionality price range.

Tags: Nokia, S40


Nokia 5300 review: Hop on the music express

Nokia 5300 review: Hop on the music express

GSMArena team, 04 December 2006

Being part of the revamped XpressMusic line, the Nokia 5300 is expressive more than ever and is one great example of how you can have fun with your mobile phone. The dedicated music keys make a sure statement about the music-orientation of the handset. If the price is right, it really sounds like a good bargain, right? Well, you are not far from the truth.


Nokia 8800 Sirocco review: Luxury redefined

Nokia 8800 Sirocco review: Luxury redefined

Michal Sedlák, 20 Nov 2006

Sirocco is currently the most expensive Nokia model on the market. It has a sapphire protecting glass and glossy steel panels; among its standard accessories are a leather case, two batteries, a earphone, a Bluetooth handsfree, and a cleaning cloth. Apparently, future owners of Nokia 8800 Sirocco will be happening to rarely run one into another if ever.


Nokia 5500 Sport review: Smartphone for active lifestyle

Nokia 5500 Sport review: Smartphone for active lifestyle

Ivo Mareček, 22 October 2006

If Nokia 5500 Sport doesn’t manage to win you with its combination of a modern Symbian and a resistant body, you will surely give in to its touchpad control, its numerous functions that help you enhance your physical condition, or to its incoming SMS reader.


Nokia E50 review: Economy business class

Nokia E50 review: Economy business class

GSMArena team, 03 October 2006

Nokia E50 is another Series 60 Symbian 9.1 smartphone from the famous Finnish manufacturer. It’s the small sizes and ergonomic shape that attract most of the attention. The new quad-band handset has connectivity features like Infrared, Bluetooth, USB, GPRS and EDGE. As it comes at a low price, it will be a phone with many fans. Packed with features in small dimensions, coming at the right price, E50 is surely a bright addition on the GSM phones’ market shelves.


Nokia N93 review: Ringing camcorder

Nokia N93 review: Ringing camcorder

GSMArena team, 10 September 2006

The Nokia N93 has been on the market for some time now and it did arouse a lot of commotion when it was first officially announced. The extraordinary Carl-Zeiss optical zoom combined with a Vario-Tessar lens was enough to rocket the anticipation of Nokia fans to the skies. Now the time has come to see for ourselves how good in reality the ground-breaking Nokia N93 is.


Nokia N73 review: Pole position

Nokia N73 review: Pole position

Michal Sedlák, 28 August 2006

Being the best equipped handset ever Nokia N73 has managed to overrun the king of all mobiles - the slider Nokia N80. It features Symbian OS, 3 megapixels backed up by the label of Carl Zeiss, USB Mass Storage, and works with office documents. Nokia N73 has a brilliant phonebook and a good time organizer as well as an exceptional Internet browser. The interest in this new Nokia phone is overwhelming worldwide.


Nokia N72 review: Controversy all around

Nokia N72 review: Controversy all around

GSMArena team, 25 August 2006

Nokia N72 bar-shaped phone is another Nokia smartphone but differs from the latest additions on the shelves of the Nokia smartphones as it runs on Symbian 8.1 OS with 2.8 edition user interface. This transitional system has to offer features from both previous Nokia Symbian smartphones and some of the characteristics of the 3rd edition UI.


Nokia N73 vs. Samsung D900 vs. SE K800: Photo samples

Nokia N73 vs. Samsung D900 vs. SE K800: Photo samples

Mobilmania team, 07 August 2006

The three contenders in this article are some of the hottest phones on the market. Each of them has 3.2 megapixel autofocus camera and the logical question is - which one takes the best photos? We are now presenting you full resolution sample photos taken by Mobilmania.cz team and we wont comment on the results. You are very welcome to post your opinion in the review comments section.


Nokia N93: Photo and video samples

Nokia N93: Photo and video samples

GSMArena team, 30 July 2006

Nokia N93 was just released on the market and it’s still not available everywhere in the world. Because of its extended photo and video capabilities we believe that the most of the future N93 owners are interested in the quality of its camera. Until we are able to publish full review of the phone we are presenting you some photo and video samples and also some comparison shots to Sony Ericsson K800.


Nokia 6233 review: Discreet business tool

Nokia 6233 review: Discreet business tool

GSMArena team, 26 July 2006

A medium-sized candybar with a lot of nerves, Nokia 6233 is one of the current Nokia handsets that might interest you in case you are looking for non-smartphone 3G solution. What is more, the classic styled mobile offers a great TFT display, great stereo speakers, microSD card slot, and a 2 megapixel camera capable of capturing video in the exciting VGA resolution, just to name a few.

Tags: Nokia, S40, MobilMania


Nokia E70 review: Folding typewriter

Nokia E70 review: Folding typewriter

GSMArena team, 10 July 2006

Nokia has released another handset based on the 3rd edition of Series 60 user interface. This phone runs on Symbian 9.1 as the other new smartphones from the Finnish manufacturer. With its interesting design solutions and great features, it surely aims for lots of fans and will be a huge success. With its 2 megapixel camera, folding QWERTY keyboard and great connectivity features like WiFi, Nokia E70 is more than just a business phone; it is a dream phone.


Nokia 6131 review: Highly addictive

Nokia 6131 review: Highly addictive

David Polesný, 29 June 2006

Nokia has prepared an excellent new phone, which is not only attractive, but also well equipped with modern capabilities. At a pretty competitive price you get a black-silver clamshell with two top-class color displays, automatic opening system, a megapixel camera, radio, a MP3 player, a memory card slot, Bluetooth, EDGE, and a detailed menu.

Tags: Nokia, S40, MobilMania


Nokia N71 review: A matter of taste

Nokia N71 review: A matter of taste

GSMArena team, 19 June 2006

Nokia N71 is another Symbian 9.1 smartphone in the collection of Nokia. The new clamshell is well equipped and is aimed in the mid-range of customers. It is based on the S60 3rd edition user interface. N71 has 3G UMTS support and can offer fast data transfer via GPRS and EDGE. Besides the 2 megapixel camera there is also a VGA one for video calls. The construction and design of the phone are quite controversial as it is bulky and somewhat unstable in hand, but this, of course, is a matter of personal taste.


Nokia E60 review: Strictly business

Nokia E60 review: Strictly business

GSMArena team, 26 May 2006

Nokia E60 is available on the market for some time now and offers the users powerful business solutions in almost every possible way. The tri-band phone has 3G UMTS network support and features a fabulous TFT 16 million colors display. E60 is based on the 3rd edition Series 60 and runs on Symbian OS 9.1. It has GPRS, EDGE, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, Infrared and USB support.


Nokia N80 review: Jack of all trades

Nokia N80 review: Jack of all trades

GSMArena team, 17 May 2006

N80, one of the latest Nokia handsets, hit the market about 20 days ago and surely it made some big waves along the way. The phone comes in a place of very high class business phones with bunch of features and extras. It features a very good 3 megapixel camera, a hi-resolution display, a miniSD card slot, a FM radio and all this is backed up by advanced connectivity technologies such as quad-band GSM, 3G UMTS, EDGE, and Wi-Fi.


Nokia 5500 Sport: First look

Nokia 5500 Sport: First look

Michal Sedlák, 16 May 2006

Now we present you the first and only Nokia sport smartphone. The 5500 Sport model combines rubber and steel. It also has an uncommon square-shaped display and a bean-shaped body. It pronounces text messages and is prone to fingerprints.


Nokia N91 review: Real celebrity

Nokia N91 review: Real celebrity

Michal Sedlák, 09 May 2006

4 GB hard disk • 2 megapixel camera • Symbian 9.1 OS • brilliant music player • Voice recognition • Bluetooth • EDGE • Wi-Fi • 3G compatibility. With all those rich features the phone packs quite a punch, but would it make it to the final round?


Nokia N80 vs. Sony Ericsson K800: 3 megapixel shootout

Nokia N80 vs. Sony Ericsson K800: 3 megapixel shootout

GSMArena team, 29 April 2006

The first Nokia 3 megapixel camera phone, N80, just hit the market. The Sony Ericsson K790/K800 might follow soon and it comes with the famous Cyber-shot logo. We decided that it will be interesting to test the photo capabilities of the two phones head to head. Sony Ericsson K750 joins the party.


Nokia 3250 review: Rubik's phone

Nokia 3250 review: Rubik's phone

Michal Sedlák, 05 April 2006

Nokia's portfolio features another new music phone and that's the Nokia 3250. The device features a 2 megapixel camera, a built-in radio, the latest Symbian OS 9.1; on the top of it, it uses the tiniest memory cards in the world and comes with a wide range of accessories. If you wonder whether you should buy Nokia 3250 or Sony Ericsson W800, read our detailed review, which we hope will help you to make the right decision.


Nokia 6280 review: High-class slider

Nokia 6280 review: High-class slider

Marek Lutonský, 05 March 2006

Nokia has created its new 6280 as a substitute for Nokia 6230i. Is this a successful move? Nokia 6280 is literally bulged with functions. On the other hand, it features quite an exotic slide-out construction, which provokes missunderstanding in the end user. Read this detailed mega review to find the answer to this question.

Tags: Nokia, S40, MobilMania


2 MP camera test: 6280 vs. N70 vs. D750

2 MP camera test: 6280 vs. N70 vs. D750

M. Lutonský, D. Polesný, 02 March 2006

Nokia 6280, Nokia N70 and Sony Ericsson D750 all belong to the camera phones elite. Each of them is equipped with a 2 megapixel camera. So which one takes the best pictures then?