Sunday, December 30, 2012

Nokia Asha 205 and Asha 206 Review

Nokia Asha 205 and Nokia Asha 206 Review. Affordable Dual Sim mobile phone from the Finnish manufacturer, Nokia. Not only are popularized through a row of Windows Phone Nokia Lumia. Now Nokia again presents the latest series of their feature phone at an affordable price. With the latest technological features, Nokia Asha class re-issued two new models to the market the Nokia Asha 205 and Nokia Asha 206. Both even a mobile phone version of the single or dual SIM.

The first, the Nokia Asha 205 is a QWERTY phone with a dimension type screen of 2.4 inches. The resolution is not too big just accommodated the size of 320 x 240 pixels. Component Hardware Nokia Asha 205 only provided VGA camera with video recording QCIF type with frame rate of 10 fps.

While the trailer Nokia Asha 205, the Nokia Asha 206 is caandybar alphanumeric phone with dimensions and same screen size. It's just a better camera sector with 1.3 Mega Pixels and a video rate of 15 fps QCIF frame.

Not only have a similarity about the dimensions and depth of the screen, the other advanced features that were taken by both Nokia products are identical similar. Both have FM radio, 2G connectivity, 64 MB internal memory, support for microSD cards up to 32 GB Bluetooth v2.1. Although only a 2G technology, in both embedded Web browser that is able Xpress Why data compression to about 90 percent. Surely this is the Internet reduce the cost of cheaper and faster data access.

One thing is evident in the Nokia Asha 205 is the phone body. Nokia Asha 205 has instilled a special Facebook button so Facebookers can quickly and easily update their status. While the Nokia Asha 205 has a better camera, so it can optimize the image on the camera before uploading to social media networks.

Interestingly, the two introduced the latest technology in the form of Nokia Slam which allows users to share multimedia content such as photos and videos right into other devices including Android.

Nokia Slam works in a similar way to the NFC, where the files and content can be shared to other devices via Bluetooth connection. Without pairing, pictures or video files can be shared directly to another device. And though other devices do not have this feature Slam applications can still run.

Looks like Nokia Slam will be standard on some models of Nokia Asha next to be present in the market. Another excellent feature, available on Nokia Maps application on Nearby is owned by Nokia as the vendor. With these features you can find places like restaurants, cafes or location so you are easy to find place.

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