Nokia 7500 Prism: It is really a prism

The Nokia 7500 Prism comes with a cutting-edge design with bold geometric patterns and distinctive detail. Users of the Nokia mobile phone can capture life's great moments in still photos and stunning video quality on a 2 mega pixel camera with 8x digital zoom. Moreover, they can capture memorable moments in black and white, sepia, and solarize color modes.

There are other features in Nokia 7500 like Exchangeable accent colors; enjoy your favorite tracks on the music player that allows you to change the skin to match your mood; store more music, high quality videos, and photos with expandable memory of up to 2 GB; are your latest images and videos via email; extend your internet browsing experience with Widest, Yahoo Go, and Opera Mini; share more of your memorable moments using Nokia Sensor, the social network application; send voice messages to friends and family.

Coming to the applications part of the phone, the Nokia Sensor application allows you to connect and communicate with other Nokia Sensor users around you and widen your social circle. It also comes with Java™ MIDP 2.0 applications. Browsing feature comes with Full OMA Client provisioning version 1.1 and OMA Digital DRM 2.0.

Well, in the camera section of the phone it comes with an Integrated 2 megapixel camera with 8x digital zoom, Flash modes: on, off, and automatic, Video recording and playback in QCIF, 3GPP, H.263, and MPEG-4 codecs and formats.

And in the messaging part of the Nokia 7500 mobile it comes with array of features that includes - Email: Supports IMAP4 idle, push email with attachments. OMA email notification, OMA DA and Nokia Intellisync solution support; Text messaging: Supports concatenated SMS, picture messaging, and SMS distribution list; Audio messaging. You can record your own voice message and send to compatible devices. Advance Multimedia messaging: MMS 1.2 for image message creation, receiving, editing, and sending (300k). I think it is any a phone of advance technology.

Nokia 6111 is a mid- range slider phone

The Nokia 6111 is a mid- range slider phone that comes with just basic functions and carries nothing flamboyant. It features 1 MP camera and a radio in its small package. The handset looks like a small bar of shiny soaps and comes in three colours – black, silver and pink. It is light as well; its weight being only 92g. Further, it fits well in the pocket at only 84 by 47 by 23mm.

In terms of design mechanism, the Nokia makes some innovation. It comes with a different sliding mechanism. It is made up of a solid bottom section and a thinner top section that is spring mounted. When opened, the handset presents you with a glossy black keypad. If you have large thumbs, there simply isn't enough room to comfortably press the top three buttons on the keypad. Otherwise the keypad feels smooth and responsive.

The front of this nokia phone features a 262k-colour, 128x160-pixel display, that measures 29 by 35mm. underneath the screen there is a four-way silver navigation button. It has a soft key in the middle, and two soft keys either side. The Nokia 6111 runs on the third edition of Series 40. The phone book can hold 1,000 contacts and five telephone numbers per name. There are 20 polyphonic tones to choose from and you can also use MP3s as ring tones. But with the limited 23 MB of internal memory, one cannot expect more storage of tunes.

Texting is straightforward and the keypad is easy to use. There is an updated T9 text input system, which provides a better predictive text service and allows you to change language halfway through a text. Another small change is the addition of message log. This records the numbers that text messages have been sent to and how many SMS and MMS have ever been sent.

The camera has a 6x digital zoom, flash, You can also shoot three-minute video clips,night mode and a mirror for taking self portraits. The Nokia 6111 also has a WAP 2.0 wireless Web browser, email access (IMAP4, POP3 and SMTP), a speakerphone, text and multimedia messaging, a voice recorder, a calculator, nine speed-dial numbers, voice dialling and an organiser with calendar, a to-do list, notes, calculator, countdown timer and stopwatch.