Light Nokia extra power DC-11 helps you to work productively everywhere and at any time and remain in connection. Now you can charge two mobile phones...... more
Light Nokia extra power DC-11 helps you to work productively everywhere and at any time and remain in connection. Now you can charge two mobile phones at the same time, which are most frequently used for calls, reports, navigation or music. The capacity is enough for a charging cycle per device. High-quality materials, an efficient battery and the outstanding cable routing makes the life easier for you, when you are driving.
Ice-cool protection is the name of the game when you choose the Pro-Tec Glacier case for your Nokia X2 phone. The tough but soft, silicone material...... more
Ice-cool protection is the name of the game when you choose the Pro-Tec Glacier case for your Nokia X2 phone. The tough but soft, silicone material design enhances your Nokia device stylish exterior while also keeping it in tip-top condition.The case features raised edges, ensuring screen protection even when put on surfaces face down. Fitting your Nokia handset like a glove, the glacier case is ergonomically designed for full access to your phone's buttons and ports at all times.A transparent, contemporary appearance means this Pro-Tec case keeps your phone safe and secure without compromising on the original's stylish appearance. So your phone will always remain in the lime-light.
The Nokia Lumia 520 comes with digital lenses built in - exclusive to Nokia and guaranteed to wow your friends. Add motion to your images with...... more
The Nokia Lumia 520 comes with digital lenses built in - exclusive to Nokia and guaranteed to wow your friends. Add motion to your images with Cinemagraph. Take multiple photos with a single click using Smart Shoot, so you can edit effortlessly to make the perfect shot. And with Panorama, you can get the whole picture.
The Nokia 300 mobile phone comes in a compact design with an intuitive touchscreen and ergonomic keypad. Offering a speedy connection to the internet...... more
The Nokia 300 mobile phone comes in a compact design with an intuitive touchscreen and ergonomic keypad. Offering a speedy connection to the internet with 3G you can take advantage of on-the-go social networking. The Nokia 300 has a built-in 5 megapixel camera and a 128MB internal memory with a capacity of up to 32GB.Includes headphones.
Advantages: Great feel to the phone, free Nokia services, superb battery life, Windows 8 mobile is smooth Disadvantages: None really, doesn't look that great in boring black
...After owning and using the Lumia 620's bigger and better brother the 920, I decided to see what the competition was like in the lower Smartphone end and more importantly what you get for 1/4 of the price of the Nokia Lumia 920. So here we go... Yet another Mobile phone review!
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Advantages: Great Screen/Picture Quality, Super Quick, Zune Has Been Removed, 4G Capable Disadvantages: No Wireless Mat Provided in Box, Fiddly Micro Sim,
Having been fortunate enough to be selected to take part in Ciao?s recent Nokia Lumia user test campaign, I was asked to test the newly released Nokia Lumia 920 (released 02/11/2012 in UK). Having done quite a bit of research to find out all I could about the phone, and also to find out what other people thought of it, I felt armed with all the relevant facts about the phone...
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Review of Nokia Lumia 920
Advantages: wi-fi sharing, 4g, camera is fab, good sound quality, colours Disadvantages: doesnt come with wireless charging, a bit heavy, not a lot of apps available
Smart phones. I?ve had a couple now. An Xperia X-10, a Samsung S3 and more recently I was asked politely by the lovely people at Ciao Towers to trial the Nokia Lumia 820. I felt slightly bad as I posted a borderline scathing review of a phone that was not quite as brilliant as I had hoped it would be, but alas, I could only give my honest opinion. Someone at Nokia ever so...