Some non-obvious highlights from the first week or so of the Ovi Store? Try these, spotting a few examples from each content type....
Recent Features - Page 63
Steve Litchfield directly compares speeds of text entry on a range of PDAs and smartphones and draws some conclusions about design and general form factor. [original article 2006, updated 2007 and June 2009]
Everyone loves a peek into someone else's life - here's 24 hours with me and my Nokia 5800 in a totally non-work scenario.
The Samsung i8910 has been released in the UK exclusively on the Orange network; they're still not available SIM free... so, I've bitten the bullet and bought an Orange-branded i8910. Below are my first impressions of using the phone and the trials and tribulations of living with it exclusively for a week.
There is now just over a month to go before the Forum Nokia Calling All Innovators competition closes to entries. So it seems like an opportune time to catch up with Srikanth Raju, head of marketing for Forum Nokia, to find out more.
Steve Litchfield explores the notion that there's one perfect form factor 'to rule them all'. A form that could suit everyone. And he has an answer, though don't hold your breath if you think you might see other form factors fading away anytime soon....
We have shown you how to get the Nokia Messaging client into your S60 smartphone and also how to manage IMAP folders inside Nokia Messaging. This time, we will look at the the email setup process. This guide applies for all Nokia Messaging users who are not using the E75 (at the moment) because this (and soon, E55 and E52) has a different (newer) version of Nokia Messaging.
This tutorial is using Nokia Messaging for S60 5th Edition on the Nokia 5800. Everything is the same for S60 3rd Edition, FP1 and FP2, only the screenshots shown here are different. There's also another way, by logging in to http://email.nokia.com to set up emails to be used in Nokia Messaging, but that's for another writeup :-)
This is part of a series where I will bring you a rundown of Nokia Messaging. It is the new application for managing emails on Nokia's S60 smartphones, which brings a massive improvements over the built-in S60 Messaging client.
Nokia Messaging was officially announced by Nokia in December 2008 and many users were quite sceptical to see another service offered by Nokia. However, for many other users, especially those who have been waiting for a proper and powerful native S60 Email client, the news was happily accepted. However, please bear in mind that while all functions of Nokia Messaging are offered free at the moment, in the future, the situation will change.
Check out how to manage IMAP folders in Nokia Messaging here.