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Communicator Flashback: From the Nokia 9210 to the Nokia E7

Posted by Moverick on March 25, 2011  /   2 comments

By definition, the Nokia Communicator is a brand name for a range of business-centric mobile phones. Traditionally, they wore a clamshell form factor, allowing them to be used as ordinary phones in closed mode and as palmtop computers when opened up. The earliest of Nokia’s Communicators were the fore-runners of today’s smartphones. I wasn’t available […]

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Symbian-Guru gives up on Symbian

Posted by Moverick on July 05, 2010  /   18 comments

Similar to Matthew Miller (an avid WinMo fan) giving up on Windows mobile, Ricky Cadden and Rita El Khoury of have resigned from being advocates of Symbian. The popular site will also no longer be updated. To them, I say, Welcome to the club. If you have been following Mobility Nigeria for at […]

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Mister Mobility’s Smartphone of the Year 2009…

Posted by Moverick on January 11, 2010  /   12 comments

I thought it would be both fun and informative to do an article on my smartphone of the year 2009. It was unfortunate that we didn’t get good participation for the MobilityNigeria 2009 Phone Awards. Thanks to all those who did drop their nominations. Anyway, in this article, I will list all the smartphones I […]

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N86, N97, iPhone 3G, T-Mobile G1 Browsers Go head-to-Head

Posted by Moverick on July 21, 2009  /   no comment

The guys at All About Symbian went all out to pitch the browsers on a number of competing mobile phone platforms represented by the following devices: N86 N97 iPhone 3G T-Mobile G1 AAS concludes: In general the Nokia devices with version 7.1 of the S60 browser out-performed the iPhone 3G and T-Mobile G1. The iPhone […]

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Nokia E75 First Impressions

Posted by Moverick on July 02, 2009  /   2 comments

I just got my hands on the Nokia E75 slider QWERTY smartphone. The E75 runs on Symbian S60 3rd Edition OS and is being marketed by Nokia as a descendant of the Communicator dynasty (I’m not convinced yet). Here are my first impressions: Very good hardware build; feels solid in the hand QWERTY keyboard is […]

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