Nokia 110, Nokia 111 and Nokia 112 announced

Today Nokia have announced the Nokia 110, Nokia 111, and Nokia 112 mobile phones; which aim to bring up to date features and style within a budget handset range. Colourful by design, these vibrant candy bar handsets offer a similar palette to the likes of the Nokia Lumia 800, at an extremely affordable price. Built with a 1.8 inch display and alphanumeric keypad, the handsets are compact and lightweight; the Nokia 111 weighs just 77 grams!

Faster Web Browsing

The key feature across all three new Nokia handsets for 2012, is more efficient web browsing. The Nokia 110, 111 and 112 all claim to use a web browser that uses 90% less data. Compressed pages allow faster downloads and lower data charges. Though operating with a WAP browser, this improved efficiency ensures you can browse more for your money if you find yourself on a low data tariff or Pay As You Go.

Dual Sim Phones

The Nokia 110 and Nokia 112 have the added bonus of being able to hold two SIMS within their compact design. The advantage of this is the ability to text or web browse with the network that suits you best. It’s a handy way to save money, or simply combine your personal and business phones within a single handset. You could even insert and extra SIM only deals card that gives you extra minutes or texts at a low cost. Changing between SIMs is effortless and simple as the handset can stay switched on as you flick between networks.

Social and Entertainment

Just because the Nokia 110, 111 and 112 aren’t on Android or iOS, doesn’t mean they have to lack fun. Connected to the Nokia Store, there are a variety of apps available for the Nokia 110 range. Whether that’s free games from EA such as Tetris, or a Facebook application to keep in touch with friends, there are over ten million apps downloaded per day from the Nokia store. You will need a microSD card plugged into your Nokia 110, 111 or 112 in order to store multimedia files onto your phone but with the option to hold up to 32GB, this is plenty of room for apps and music. The latest Nokia devices come with an FM radio, Bluetooth connectivity and a VGA camera.

Expect the Nokia 110 and Nokia 112 to grace the UK shores late summer or early autumn with a very affordable price tag. Even if you already own a smartphone, we think the Nokia 110 and 112 will make ideal back up handsets. You can view a full comparison of the Nokia 110, Nokia 111 and Nokia 112 on the official Nokia website.

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Nokia 110, Nokia 111 and Nokia 112 announced

Nokia Lumia 710 £134.90 (including £10 top-up)

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Key Features

•Windows Phone 7.5 (Mango) OS
•5 MP Primary Camera
•3.7-inch TFT Capacitive Touchscreen
•1.4 GHz Scorpion Processor
•HD Recording
•Wi-Fi Enabled
•Micro SIM Feature

The Nokia has introduced Nokia Lumia 710, Windows Phone that is designed to be affordable. The touchscreen handset runs on Windows Phone 7.5 (Mango) OS, which supports all kinds of software. Lumia comes with a 1.4 GHz Qualcomm Scorpion Processor with a clock rate speed of 1400 MHz. This is very responsive and thus enhances the performance of the phone. The Nokia handset also supports a 512 MB RAM and has Adreno 205 GPU.
The 3.7-inch TFT LCD touchscreen display screen with 480 x 800 pixel of resolution lets you experience the natural and real colour of the images. Nokia Lumia sports a 5 megapixel camera lens with LED flash light. This helps you to click images and record HD videos through the camera even at night.
The 4x digital focus and 3x video zoom, lets you go closer to subject and get pictures with more clarity. You can also record HD videos with 1280 x 720 pixel resolution at 30 fps. Other camera features like Geo-Tagging, touch focus, continuous auto focus, exposure compensation, auto and manual white balance and image editor provides better quality images.

Nokia Lumia 710 £134.90 (including £10 top-up)

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Nokia Lumia 900 unveiled

Nokia Lumia 900 - America's first real Windows Phone

Unveiled officially at the CES 2012 press conference in Las Vegas, the Nokia Lumia 900 is the first smartphone in the Lumia series to enter America. Designed as the first real Windows Phone smartphone designed for the US market, the Nokia Lumia 900 offers some nice upgrades from the UK release of the Nokia Lumia 800 last quarter. Can we expect a Nokia Lumia 900 release date for the UK any time soon?

Larger Screen
The most notable change from Lumia 800 to 900 is the larger 4.3 inch AMOLED Clear Black display compared to the Lumia 800’s respectable 3.7 inches. The increase in size may raise concern over the performance and battery life of the Nokia Lumia 900; though don’t panic! Firstly the AMOLED Clear Black display offers a bright display without exhausting the battery. Encased within the Nokia Lumia 900, is an 1830 mAh battery which gives an extra 25% kick compared to its predecessor (The Nokia Lumia 800 had a 1450 mAh battery).

Front Facing Camera
The Nokia Lumia 900 also comes with a secondary camera that Lumia fans have been shouting for. Whereas the Lumia 800 lacked a front facing camera, Nokia’s latest release has a 1 megapixel camera suitable for video calls. Not only does the front facing camera have a large aperture to let in more light, its wide angle lens takes in more picture, so you can video call a friend, with another friend by your side! As with the Lumia 800, the 8 megapixel camera with Carl Zeiss optics is still present on the rear of the handset.

Windows Phone Mango OS
Running the same Windows Phone OS as the Lumia 800, the People Hub feature seems a great tool for integrating together your favourite contacts across the wide range of platforms we all use. By linking Facebook updates, Twitter feeds, emails and texts across your chosen friends, it’s even easier to stay in touch and in the know. The People Hub even integrates Facebook chat without the need to download another app. At the CES conference, Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer, promised revolutionary apps on the Windows Phone Marketplace including 20 titles from games giants EA; apps not available on iOS or Android.

A UK release for the Nokia Lumia 900?
Built as a 4G LTE smartphone for high performance browsing and video and audio streaming, the UK’s online connection speed is currently too slow to utilise the Nokia Lumia 900’s performance fully. With a 4G network not expected for completion in the UK until 2015 (Ofcom), will this phone even grace our shores? A UK release of this handset would lack the advanced connectivity but a tweaked version of the Nokia Lumia 900 including a larger battery, screen and front facing camera would be welcome advancement from the Nokia Lumia 800. We hope to see a UK release around autumn 2012. The additional features are steps in the right direction to help Windows Phone OS expand and Nokia to reclaim lost ground from the likes of Apple and Samsung.

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Nokia Lumia 900 unveiled