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Nokia Mobile Phones

Also known as cell phone, cellular telephone or wireless phone, a mobile phone is a short range electronic device used for mobile voice or data communication over a network of various base stations. In addition to the standard voice function a mobile phone has various extra added features. These include sending and receiving emails, packet switching for access to the Internet, gaming, Bluetooth, camera with video recorder, MMS for sending and receiving photos and video and SMS for text messaging. Most of the mobile phones that are used today connect to base stations or cell sites which are further connected to PSTN or Public Switched Telephone Networks. Mobile phones derive power from batteries which are recharged through USB ports. In addition to the battery, the GSM phones require a small microchip called ‘SIM’ or ‘Subscribers Identity Module’ for functioning.

The mobile phones are manufactured by various companies, of which Nokia manufactures the largest number of mobiles per year. Nokia mobile phones are one of the trendiest, useful and trust worthy phones that are used by millions of subscribers worldwide. Armed with the latest features these are available in various price ranges depending on the budget and tastes of the buyers. Among the various GSM sets that are manufactured by NOKIA, the NOKIA N96 deserves a special mention. One of the most stylish phones in recent times the N96 model has various user friendly features. Some of them are listed below:

•    An inside browser
•    A 16 GB Internal Memory
•    Quad band 5 Megapixel camera
•    Carl Zeiss Lens with VGA recording capacity at 30 FPS
•    Dual LED flash for better video recording

A popular GSM brand the model (N96) is available at various frequency brands such as 850/900/1800/1900 MHz. Armed with a Li-Ion battery the model has a standby capacity of 220 hours. It has a dimension of 103x5x18 mm having a weight of about 125 gm. Mainly available in black colour this N96 model has an internal antenna and a ‘slide’ form factor. The phone has a display size of 240 x 320 pixels with an inbuilt camera. It supports a video resolution of about 2592×1944 pixels with digital video stabilization facility.

In addition to the above features, the N96 series has a secondary camera supporting a resolution of 640×480 pixels. It has ‘Bluetooth’ connectivity with Wi-Fi or Wireless Fidelity advantage. N96 also has an USB port for data transfer in various modes such as GPRS / EDGE (EGPRS) / WCDMA (UMTS). It has a powerful browser supporting mark-up languages such as HTML and XML. N96 has various inbuilt polyphonic ringtones and supports different audio formats such as AAC, MP3, WMA and Real Audio. The set also supports various messaging services such as SMS, EMS or MMS. Messages can be sent in multiple languages making it widely popular among the subscribers.

In this age of rapid modernisation, mobile phones has become an indispensible part our daily life. The changing need of the subscriber has forced the manufacturers of mobile phones to manufacture more innovative sets thus making the mobile market more competitive.

Abhishek Rungta

  1. Sapan Shah
    May 27th, 2012 at 03:15 | #1

    What is difference between wlan 802.1b & wlan 802.1g in nokia mobile phones?
    Friends I want to know the difference between wlan 802.1b & g.
    Because in mobile future in nokia phones there are two type of wlan. So what is different between them??

  2. Fluke
    May 27th, 2012 at 08:17 | #2

    g is a more recent, and faster, standard than b. There’s recently been another update – the ‘n’ standard, which gives faster, stronger signals.
    References :

  3. New2VB
    May 27th, 2012 at 08:19 | #3

    wlan 802.1b & g are just different connection signals, some wireless routers may only notice one of the signals but most newer routers will recognize both signals. If your having trouble connecting just switch to the other signal and try it out.
    References :
    I worked with AT&T and Nokia phones for 2 years.

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