The Nokia 6300i looks simple but is loaded with the latest features. This gadget is an upgradation of the Nokia 6300 mobile. It works on 2G networks and is GSM enabled. The handset's capabilities are extended with features such as a 2 MP camera, a music player, a FM radio and a large memory support. The memory card can be further extended to 2 GB.
The connectivity of the handset is exalted with options such as GPRS, HSCSD, EDGE, WLAN, Bluetooth and USB port. This gives the user the opportunity to connect with people wirelessly. One can also send and receive files with the aid of cable cords. The handset can store large number of files in its whopping memory. A 512 MB card is included that gives the option of storing files, pictures, videos and ringtones.
The ringtones are polyphonic and MP3 in nature. The user can also download ringtones of choice. Many of these sites offer free ringtones that can be easily downloaded. Then there is the option of downloading videos and pictures. The pictures can be captured with a 2 MP camera of the mobile. This camera is also good for capturing videos with a resolution of 1600×1200 pixels. The other entertainment options are the MP3 player, a FM radio and obviously photography with the camera. The power of this camera is 2 MP and it gives a resolution of 1600 x 1200 pixels.
Messaging of any kind is possible with options such as SMS, MMS and emails. It is possible for the users to send attachments with these messages. The TFT display screen gives a resolution of 240 x 320 pixels and supports 16 million colors. The users can also play interesting games as the screen offers a very sharp resolution. The battery gives a standby time of 340 hr and talktime of 3 hr and 30 mins. The Nokia 6300i can thus be used for long hours to surf the net and download items such as wallpapers, screensavers and music files.
Here is my battery charge test between the Redmi Note 7, Honor V20, Nokia 8.1 and Pocophone F1. This is an OUT OF THE BOX charge test, meaning I have used the chargers that came included and that most people will be using if they buy these phones. Which phones offer the best out of the box charging experience? #RedmiNote7 #HonorV20 #Nokia81 #PocophoneF1
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The latest Nokia E72 is yet another BlackBerry-style device from the handset manufacturing giant and it seems that Nokia wants to keep milking the growing demand for such smart-devices in the market. The E72 is a follow up on the E71which was released last year and it comes with few upgradaes like enhanced software and an improved camera. This one comes with a 2.36 inches TFT screen of 320 x 240 pixels resolution along with a full QWERTY keypad. The keypad appears to be good with distinct keys and should aid texting messages and mails. The phone integrates with email clients and business systems such as Microsoft Exchange apart from mailing applications like Hotmail and Gmail. Messages can be sent and received in the form of SMS, MMS, Email and IM. Also included are an optical trackpad and an accelerometer sensor that facilitates UI auto-rotate.
The Nokia E72 is a Symbian S60 device and it runs on a 600 MHz processor from ARM that ensures high speed and response time. Apart from the 128MB RAM, the device incorporates an internal memory of 250MB storage which can be easily expanded up to 16GB by using external microSD cards. The phone-book in this handset can store unlimited contact entries and fields and also keeps records for dialed, received as well as missed calls for an entire month. This Class32 GPRS device comes along with a built-in WAP 2.0 / xHTML, HTML web browser that allows the users to access mobile Internet. Wi-Fi allows the device to access any local area network or to synchronize with a laptop or a PC, while Bluetooth assists in convenient data sharing between compatible devices.
Most interestingly, the Nokia E72 also includes a 5 mega pixel camera with a resolution of 2592 x 1944 pixels and features like auto-focus and LED flash. The music player which can cope with MP3, WMA, WAV, RA, AAC and M4A file formats turns out to be really versatile. The music can be restored either in the speaker-phone or on any standard headphone which can be plugged in the propitious 3.5 mm audio jack. The video player on the other hand can play WMV, RV, MP4 and 3GP. And the entertainment does not stop there-a stereo FM radio with RDS feature is also included so that users get to listen to their favorite radio stations.
On the inside, the Nokia N72 is just a quad-band GSM phone that also supports tri-band 3G network. 3G enables high speed data download through HSDPA at the rate of 10.2Mbps. Released in October, 2009, this handset is now available in interesting color schemes of Zodiac Black, Metal Gray and Topaz Brown. Other important and useful features that have been added in this ensemble include Digital compass, Document editor (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, PDF), Flash Lite v3.0, Push to talk, Voice command / dial, Organizer and Nokia Maps 3.0 application. The standard Li-Po 1500 mAh battery turns out to be really efficient with a talk time of 6 hours and a standby time of up to 576 hours while using the device in 3G service. Considering the fact that the previous E-Series models-E71 and E63 have gone down pretty well with the people, we can only expect that the E72 does good business.
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In The Unboxing of Nokia 6.1 Plus (Nokia X6) we have seen that the company saved some money by not providing A Fast Charging Adapter but they have mentioned in the Product Description that the Nokia 6.1 plus (Nokia x6 2018) Supports Qualcomm 3.0 Quick Charging.
So is that another Marketing strategy Or the Nokia 6.1 plus Really Supports qualcomm’s quick 3.0 Fast charging.
And if the new Nokia 6.1 plus Does Supports fast charging then How Long it takes to get the Device Charged compared to an ordinary Charger.
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Nokia 3310 Review, Will This Wireless Charger Kill My Phone??? G Suite Help, EcoTank & INKvestment Ink Tank Inkjets!
00:38 Wireless Charger Help!
Jim’s new Fossil smart watch, “charges via a magnetically connected Qi charging cord. While this works it works slowly, taking nearly 3 hours to fully charge from 50% to 100%. I briefly placed my watch on my Samsung Qi charging puck that I use every night with my Note 5. Not only did it start charging the watch, but it was charging faster. Is this dangerous for the watch? Can I use any Qi charger for my watch?” Answer in the video, along with tons of info on wireless charging and chargers! (BTW, here’s that ComputerWorld article, “Is Wireless Charging Bad For Your Smartphone.” https://www.computerworld.com/article/3229750/mobile-wireless/is-wireless-charging-bad-for-your-smartphone.html
10:18 Inkjet Printer Help
Mike emailed firstname.lastname@example.org, “I was in a Sam’s club and saw a Brother MFP which has the refillable bottles for very low consumable costs. My concern is that, with my print volumes, would the ink clog up in the nozzles and ruin the printer over time. Is this a valid concern?” We think it’s a valid concern with -any- inkjet printer, not just EcoTank or INKvestment models… find out what we do to keep our heads flowing in the video!
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16:32 G Suite Tips and Tricks
Frank emails, “I’m a former Office and PC user who just joined a company who uses G Suite for everything on my shiny new MacBook Pro. What programs and/or tips/tricks do you recommend I should use as I get used to doing everything from a browser?” “An integrated suite of secure, cloud-native collaboration and productivity apps powered by Google AI. Includes Gmail, Docs, Drive, Calendar, Meet and more,” G Suite is showing up in offices more and more. Shannon talks about G Suite’s Learning Center, GSuiteTips.com, and some of her favorites (like keyboard shortcuts for Docs and Gmail!) in the video!
24:17 Nokia 3310 Review: Beater Phone For Basic Comms!
Patrick’s oldest child needed a phone, but didn’t want the 11 year old Minecrafting or playing Alto’s Adventure till 4AM. Enter Nokia’s $60 3310: phone calls, T9 Texting, minimal data usage, and Snake. Did the kid like the phone? Is this the phone to pack to the next festival if you’re scared for your $1000 flagship? Watch the video to find out!
29:10 Thanks Hak5!!!
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29:33 Do Something Analog
Like @cjammer, who tweets, “@Snubs @patricknorton sometimes you have to do something analog! Almost 40 yrs in computing arena.” Pix of a MIG welding torch, a couple of locking C Clamps, and a freshly built welding table in the video. Nicely done, CJammer!!!