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Philippines: Nokia X7 mobile phone price

The Nokia X7 has joined the Nokia E6 as the second Symbian Anna mobile phone to become available in the Philippines. Nokia has called it the extreme entertainment mobile phone.

The X7 is made of Gorilla glass and stainless steel. The phone has a 4-inch 640×360 capacitive AMOLED display, 8-megapixel camera with dual LED flash capable of 720p video recording. It supports upto 32GB of external microSD storage. Other standard smartphone features include 3D graphics support, bluetooth, Wifi, accelerometer and proximity sensor. It comes with quadband GSM and pentaband 3G making it a truly global mobile phone.

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Nokia E6 now available in the Philippines

I just saw the Nokia E6 become available locally for about Php 16,000+. The Nokia E6 is the first mobile phone from Nokia that is running the newest Symbian Anna operating system to be available in the Philippines. It’s a QWERTY phone like the Nokia E71. This will be a nice mobile phone for those who love to text since the display has a 640×480 resolution that makes the display of the characters very sharp and readable. The display is also a touch screen and uses Gorilla glass for durability.

The Nokia E6 comes with the usual features that you’d find in a modern smartphone like GPS, Wifi, 3.5G data speeds, stereo FM radio, bluetooth. It has a dual camera with the primary camera capable of taking 8-megapixel shots using a fixed focus lens and dual LED flash.

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Ovi Maps with Navigation simply works

I’m starting off my comparision of the Symbian based Nokia 5800 XpressMusic with the Android based Samsung Spica on this post. Both phones are in the same price point and has the basic features of the new breed of smartphones – touchscreens and GPS.

Last Friday was a Philippine holiday, the Ilagan family has decided to spend the holiday weekend at the Matabungkay beach in Batangas. I have recently decided to spend more time using a mobile phone for other things beside voice communication and text messages. On the trip, I’ve decided to compare getting directions using the free Ovi Maps with Navigation and Google Maps with direction.

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