Thursday, February 21, 2008

My Another De-Stressing Hobby

I am truly a Sagi person. I am getting bored with my Nokia E90 and I am thinking of selling it, and replacing it with SE G900 - I love the idea of (a) post-it notes on my handphone screen and (b) direct interaction with in-phone imaging (which to date the "b" feature mentioned is not available yet in many digital cameras).

Product Details:

Touch to go
Choose how you want to use your phone. Make a call, listen to a song, visit a Web site. Use the key control or just touch the screen to make it happen.

Quality pictures
The 5 megapixel camera lets you take print quality photos. Set your picture's focus area by touching the screen. Take your photo, then share blog it.

Quick Notes
What you can do with pen and paper, you can do with your G900. Press the Notes key and use the stylus to write in your own handwriting. Quick and easy, no keyboard needed.

Features:

Push email
Instant email on your mobile phone, just like on your home computer. Messages are sent directly to your phone as soon as they arrive.

Handwriting Recognition
Text input using stylus on touchscreen: write a character as you would with a pen, and it transforms it into the corresponding letter on a keyboard.

RSS feeds
Use your phone to view up-to-the-minute news and other content from selected Web sites and blogs. Just subscribe to the feed and let it come to you. New content is available in standby on the main display.

Web wherever
Truly mobile Internet lets you enjoy browsing the Web and manage your email effectively with the convenience of your phone, wherever you are.

Alarm clock with radio
Need to get up at a certain time? Got an event you can't miss? Set the time, and let your favorite radio channel play or the alarm signal ring to remind you.

3G
Quick and easy access to broadband Internet. Say hello to video calls, audio and video streaming, Internet surfing, multimedia messaging and email on the go.

Integrated camera
Built-in digital camera with screen viewfinder, dedicated menus and direct interaction with in-phone imaging and messaging features.

Capture the action
Video clips are ideal for those unexpected great moments that happen when you're out there, enjoying life.

Blog your life
The easy way to share your life in pictures. Take or choose a photo, add a little text and publish it for friends and family to enjoy.

Media manager
With your phone kit you get a CD with software for managing music, photos and video clips. Transfer music, videos and photos to and from your phone.

Symbian OS
An open operating system for mobile devices that enables you to download new applications to your phone.

Source: www.qqestore.com/

2 comments:

woofhams said...

It looks like a cool phone but it can be quite expensive I think. But then again if it's too cheap, I think you have doubt about the phone. Haha!

pancake Queen said...

HaHa ... you really read my mind - very well!!!