No, this isn't a phone. It's not even a 'communicator' in the purest sense, since the LTE version hasn't appeared yet. But the Surface Go is a half way house between a smartphone and a full-on laptop or even a 'Pro' hybrid. Paired with a phone (to provide mobile bandwidth), the Surface Go is quite a lot of computing power and familiar interface in a surprisingly small and light package, offering something different from traditional Macbooks, laptops, even Chromebooks now, and letting you bring the power of a traditional Windows PC everywhere you go.
The retail Nokia 808 PureView is now at AAS Towers and I've been poring over it like a kid at Christmas. It arrived in a special 'journalist' edition bag, and in this image gallery I include some of these elements. The bulk is of the 808 though, with comments on screen quality, battery and fit and finish, including in the official hard case. Our full eight part review of the 808 will commence early next week.
In this gallery we look at the Nokia 808 PureView, which was announced last week at Mobile World Congress. With its 41 megapixel sensor, precision Carl Zeiss optics, and advanced software algorithms it represents a new benchmark in mobile phone imaging. It runs Nokia Belle (Feature Pack 1) on Symbian OS.
The Nokia 701 is the top model in Nokia's recently announced Symbian Belle smartphone range. It has the brightest screen of any Nokia smartphone and a similar outward appearance to the Nokia C7, but there are, as we'll see in our forthcoming review, a number of important differences. Steve's started our Nokia 701 coverage by posting some short tech pieces looking at the increased capacity battery and the improved EDoF camera. This gallery offers a visual overview of the device, ahead of our forthcoming review coverage.
Our Nokia World 2011 gallery contains photos captured, live, from Nokia's biggest event of the year. We aim to give you an inside view into what's going on: from new devices and services announcements in the keynotes, to the latest demos on the show floor. This gallery will be updated through out the two days of Nokia World by the All About team.
The Nokia 700 is a mid tier Symbian Belle smartphone and is Nokia's smallest ever smartphone. It should appeal to those upgrading from older Symbian devices, or those looking to buy a smartphone for the first time. In many markets it is the first device to ship with Symbian Belle, the latest revision of the software platform. This gallery offers a visual overview of the device, ahead of our forthcoming review coverage.
Our original E6 gallery featured the white variant of Nokia's latest slab keyboard device, but this gallery features the black version, reckoned by many to be more usable because of the increased keyboard legend contrast in all light conditions. It's also, in my eyes, more beautiful! Note that this gallery has been shot entirely on the Nokia N8, an experiment in how Nokia's leading cameraphone can be used for detailed macro shots.
As a follow up to the popular E61, E71 and E72 range of devices, the E6 has been attracting a lot of attention from Nokia's QWERTY smartphone fans. Our review coverage will start in the next few days, but as a taster here is a gallery offering a visual tour of the Nokia E6's (E6-00) hardware. The E6, an enterprise focused device, combines touchscreen and QWERTY keyboard in a single form factor. Key features include a high resolution screen, eight megapixel EDoF camera and large 1500mAh replaceable battery.
As a taster for our in-depth Nokia X7 coverage, which will start on Monday, here is a gallery offering a visual tour of the Nokia X7 (X7-00) hardware. The X7, with its elegantly curved back, is a design led phone, with a combination of stainless steel and glass materials. Design aside, key features include the four inch AMOLED touchscreen, eight megapixel EDoF camera and comprehensive connectivity options. The Nokia X7 is also the first Symbian^3 phone to ship with the Symbian Anna software update.
In this gallery we take a closer visual look at the Nokia C7 (C7-00), one of three Symbian^3 phones that were announced at Nokia World 2010 last week. As usual, we show off some of the key hardware features of the phone and include some first impression commentary. The C7 marries sleek design and outstanding build quality with Nokia's new hardware platform and the powerful Symbian^3 software. We'll have more C7 coverage, including a first look preview, on the site in due course.