Other features that I amazed is "Remote Control", it enables me to handle MS Powerpoint presentation slides, listen & skipping thru MP3 on Media Player, and wireless mouse (controlling your desktop with the phone's joystick, cool huh?!)
I wish it have WiFi and GPS receiver.
The new phone, Nokia C5
When I bought that SE K800i, I hadn't taken up mountain biking thus a little lavish on big boys toys didn't hurt that much. With current cycling 'commitment', RM1500 is a price for good performance fork while RM1000 can get me Fulcrum Red Metal 5. As such, I keep telling myself, get a cheap one, get those with features that you really need.
|Photo from Nokia website|
Firstly, I set my mind on the features: -
- WiFi - faster internet access.
- 3G - mobile internet access.
- GPS - for impromptu needs of navigation.
- USB connectivity - for 3G connectivity and it must also able charge the phone at same time.
- Instant flash drive - The phone must be able to function like flash card without the need of installing any driver.
- Candy form factor - sure grip feeling.
- Keypad (not touch screen) - obvious touch screen cost even higher. I want the keypad type because it is so much easier to SMSing without the need to have a look on the phone while typing.
- Symbian Series 60 - abundant software available in this platform e.g.
So far, I like the phone. It performs just as expected. Other things that I like: -
- geotagging on still photo and video.
- A2DP bluetooth supports.
- 3.5mm audio jack (works with standard headphone and earphone)
- Fully integrated Gmail (native)