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Friday, December 17, 2010

MY CHRISTMAS WISH THIS YEAR: A NOKIA C7

I just added Nokia C7 to my current wishlist this year.Here's why I deserved it.

Beautifully crafted design

  • A sleek design constructed from polished stainless steel and glass.
  • Videos and images look sharp on the vivid 3.5" high-resolution display.
  • Three home screens you can personalise with contacts, apps and more.
  • Use finger gestures – pinch to zoom, flick to scroll and tap to select.
  • View all running apps and tap the screen to easily switch between them.
Currently, I'm using a simple phone from Nokia. A phone that can sent message and make calls. Well, I deserve a total upgrade. So I can experience touch screen phone, taking videos and images using phone. :).

Integrated social networks

  • Get live updates from Facebook and Twitter directly on the home screen.
  • Update your status across all your social networks at the same time.
  • Add social events to your calendar easily with just one click.
  • Share your location through Facebook and meet friends who are close by.
  • Post comments and photos directly from the home screen.
 I'm planning to be bum and do nothing. Was that even a plan? haha. Don't get me wrong, Its just that I'm looking for work elsewhere- overseas. If I can get this phone I will able to update my blog via Nokia C7. I can even blog my job hunting right in the front of interview. haha.


Apps and more from Ovi Store

  • Choose from 1000s of apps including Sports Tracker and Here and now.
  • New apps constantly added to Ovi Store – many for free.
  • Try out new games and buy the ones you like.
  • A wide selection of wallpapers and themes for every taste and style.
  • Download podcasts – news, sports, entertainment and more.
If I get this phone it will be total experience for me. I can try here more games and apps because my psp games was not updated anymore. My bad. It will be cool, playing NBA Live on phone. Wait Is there NBA in App store? If no, I can try other games. ;)

Maps with free GPS navigation

  • Find the best route and get to your destination on time with Ovi Maps.
  • Get free lifetime navigation with turn-by-turn voice guidance.
  • Record your own voice guidance with Own Voice and share on Facebook.
  • Discover nearby restaurants, landmarks and other points of interest.
  • Use the Nokia Bluetooth Headset BH-217 for clear voice navigation as you walk.
 It has GPS. So maybe, once I ride again I can activate so I don't get lost. Make sense, right?

The best in mobile entertainment

  • Capture high-quality photos and HD video using the 8 megapixel camera.
  • Watch National Geographic, CNN, BBC and many more channels with Web TV.
  • Listen to music on your car stereo with the built-in FM transmitter.
  • Flip through album art and make playlists of your favourite songs.
  • Play music out loud on the powerful Nokia Mini Speaker MD-9.

Powered by SymbianĖ†3

  • Enjoy over 250 new features from the SymbianĖ†3 operating system.
  • Customise your phone in more ways than ever.
  • Easier, more intuitive touch screen controls.
  • Run multiple apps without sacrificing battery life.
  • Develop your own apps with ease.
Symbian? Am I that geek  enough?









Everyday Eveready Moments

What are we looking for when our racing car, the talking toys or the laser gun, was out of battery? Or when our remote control for the tv or radio component were dead? Remember back in the 90s where blackout were still part of our everyday lives, and flashlights are very necessary. And flashlights were run by battery. When your tamiya or auldey's batteries dried? Its time for Eveready.
 Yes, battery from Eveready.And its always ready in the drawer. Triple AAA, Double AA or Nine volts or the bigger battery its always ready in the drawer with battery tester lol. So, your mother won't scream at you the "Its in the drawer" when you ask her about the battery. Keeping batteries in the drawer thought us something. You have to be ready, always. haha

I noticed Eveready has been part of our lives from good times to bad times. Hope they still exists for many generations to come. ;)

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