In All About Symbian Insight 194, we start with a brief discussion of CarrierIQ, which Nokia says is not present in any of its devices. Steve brings news of SPB's acquisition by Yandex, before David summarises his conveniently timed review of SPB Shell 3D. In the second half of the podcast we discuss NFC, which a recent report suggests will be on 50% of smartphones by 2014 and the team, before moving to talk about which design features from an older S60 devices (N86) we would like to see make a return in newer devices.
AAWP Insight #201: Steve Litchfield - Origins part 2
In All About Symbian Insight 193, Steve rounds-up his Nokia 701 coverage, with additional comments on font size and screen technology. Rafe says the reviews of the Nokia 500 and Nokia 603 are coming soon, as are the Symbian Belle updates for existing devices. We highlight the availability of free gifts in the Nokia store, David reports on an update to the Business Calendar application and each of the team answer the Opera question.
In All About Symbian Insight 192, Steve starts off the podcast by talking about the Q3 smartphone sales numbers from Gartner. In the main portion of the podcast, Rafe and Steve share their first thoughts on the Nokia 701, including insights into the battery, camera and screen. To finish off the podcast, David offers his thoughts on the Nokia E6 and the team share their thoughts on the future of the QWERTY form factor.
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.
In All About Symbian Insight 189, we start with the news that Ovi Suite has now officially been replaced by Nokia Suite. Steve talks about an update (v40) for the Nokia X6, David does the same for the Nokia E72 (v81). The team discuss the formal release of Nokia Maps 3.8. In the second half of the podcast we talk through some of the future technology demos that were on display at Nokia World - from flexible screens to hydrophobic nanotechnology.
In All About Symbian Insight 190, we start with the news that Nokia Store has increased its download limit to 10. Steve summarises part 2 of his Nokia 700 review, which covered multimedia and Rafe offers an explanation for the cancellation of the Nokia 600. In the second half of the podcast the team discuss some topics related to Nokia World, including hands on time with the new Belle devices (Nokia 603 and 701), the performance of Belle on the first generation Symbian^3 devices (N8 and E7) and a demo of upcoming Office apps.
The All About team sit down over breakfast to talk in-depth about Nokia's announcements from the London ExCeL centre, what it all means, Nokia's approach to differentiation, the announced handsets, new applications, and marketing.
In this Insight Special, the team descend on the ExCeL center to talk about Nokia World. With comments, thoughts, and news from Rafe, Ewan, Steve, and David, along with guest commentary from around the smartphone world, it's a detailed snapshot of the impact of the news from Nokia.
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.
In All About Symbian Insight 189, we start with a discussion of Nokia's Q3 2011 results, which Rafe says suggests Nokia is on the road to recovery. We look ahead to Nokia World, in what is certain to be a busy week of announcements, and the team shares what device they'll be carrying at the event. In the second half, we share our first thoughts on the Nokia 700. It is Nokia's smallest smartphone and runs Symbian Belle; we'll be returning to the device in more detail in a future podcast.