RUMOUR :- Nokia Belle FP1 is Nokia Carla!


Many people have started tweeting us that the custom version v112 on the Nokia 808 is the Symbian Carla Software. We do not yet have any message from Nokia confirming this as the Carla Update. Nokia most probably might have changed the Nokia  Carla name to a more illusive and proper name by calling it ” Nokia Belle Feature Pack 1″. But kind personalities in Nokia Conversations have confirmed that this software will roll out as an update for Nokia 700,701 and 603. The new 1GHZ Symbian devices would be shipped pre installed with Nokia Belle Feature Pack 1 from May onwards.We also Hope this update even rolls out for first gen. S^3 devices too.We also have been hearing rumours that a lite version would be released for the father devices.Lets hope Nokia clarifies this issue soon. Here the Nokia browser is also updated in this software version v112 and the version of the browser is 8.2 to be accurate.

We would be posting more accurate and official news shortly. STAY TUNED TO OUR WEBSITE !

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Hands on With Belle Feature Pack 1 on NOKIA 808 !


So alot of you guys have been asking for a demo of Belle Feature Pack 1 on the 808 highlighting some of the features so here it is: (can’t do anymore as the device is no longer with me)- As always guys Prototype so the video recording is going to get some major changes..

General Symbian UI :

Camera/PureView UI :

VIDEOS MAY BE HAZY BUT WILL GET THE HD VERSION SOON !

Accessories: Colourful Nokia Portable Charger sticks, Nokia DC-16


More cool Nokia accessories!

This is the Nokia Universal Portable USB Charger DC-16. Basically it’s a pocket portable charger. I’ve got some from other manufacturers (before Nokia began making their own) and they’re so useful! If you know you’ll be using your phone heavily for a long period of time and that might be quite away from a charging source, then something like this would come in handy. e.g. travelling or video recording for long extended amounts etc.

The Nokia Unversal Portable USB Charger DC-16 (Oh Nokia, why no memorable name) is an unconventional design, it’s like a stick of dynamite or a big long battery.

It comes in Nokia’s usual four bright colours, blue, pink, black, and white and comes with it’s own short microUSB cable that matches the colour of the battery pack. Thank goodness it looks like a thick cable as often, they might come in a weak retractable cable that breaks should you look at it the wrong way.

I might show you my other portable chargers tomorrow to see what they’re like. Quite important is the amount of charge it holds – for something of this size, Nokia has managed to pack 2200mAh. They say that’s enough for 2 cycles (though most likely will depend if your phone has zero charge, what’s being used etc).

  • 23.3 mm x 23.3 mm x 120 mm
  • 75g
  • LED charging status indicatorPower indicator key
  • Fast charging with 950 mA output < quite high for a tiny device.
  • Up to 3 months standby time with up to 75% capacity

Here’s a video of it.

SymbianApps: Opera Mobile 12 available for Symbian!


Check it out, more love for Symbian as your favourite 3rd party browser (the one that makes browsing usable and fun) Opera Mobile is upgraded to v12.

Opera Mobile 12 is available to download at  m.opera.com

More details at: http://www.operamini.com/mobile/new/

What’s new

The latest version of Opera Mobile gives you:

  • 3D graphics
  • Location-based services
  • A camera in the browser!

Along with these cutting-edge features, we’ve also made lots of other nuts-and-bolts improvements, which means faster and smoother browsing for you. But, that’s not all…

Dial up your favorites

Speed Dial shows you all of your top websites at a glance. Now, you can keep adding new favorites as you discover them — as many as you want. Add websites to Speed Dial just by pressing the “+” sign. Organizing your Speed Dial choices is easy, too. Just click the “Manage” button to edit them or to rearrange the way they appear on the page.

More power to you

The latest version of Opera Mobile gets a boost from an all-new, supercharged browser engine. That means better HTML5 performance with the new Ragnarök parser, and WebGL support for 3D graphics. Graphics of all kinds, including graphics on games, look sharper and brighter too

Interview:- Nokia’s Damian Dinning on the 808 PureView’s history and future


Nokia rather blew the doors off MWC 2012 this morning by announcing a 41-megapixelcamera sensor ensconced within the confines of a smartphone, the 808 Pure-View. The product of five years of development work, the collection of technologies under the PureView umbrella is only starting off with the Symbian-based 808 and should make its way to other devices and platforms over time. Nokia is promising amazing image quality from this camera thanks to some oversampling wizardry — taking data from seven pixels in order to fill just one — that uses the full 41-megapixel canvas to generate excellent 5-megapixel stills. At the same time, as a sort of creative mode, Nokia’s also allowing users to capture images as large as 38 megapixels in size. They’ll be nowhere near as pretty, but the option’s there if you want to mess around.

In order to understand what lies beneath the large bump on the back of the 808 handset, I spoke with Nokia’s Damian Dinning, the man in charge of keeping the company’s leadership in camera performance. He was able to elucidate the finer points of the technology, while also bringing a little surprise out of his inside jacket pocket. Watch the video interview below to uncover the mystery for yourself.

The development tracks were apparently different for N8 and PureView – N8 was amazingly, in a different line. i.e. PureView is completely a whole new breed.

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Detailed Information :- COMPLETE speck’s OF NOKIA 808 PURE-VIEW.


Here’s the Nokia 808 technical specifications. This is pretty much every minimum you wanted to remain from the Nokia N8, and then some. 41MP sensor, Xenon AND LED for video. Boom. How can these camera phone wannabes be proud of their camera without Xenon for full flexibility to fully cover all conditions?

Dimensions:

  • Size: 123.9 x 60.2 x 13.9 mm (17.95 mm at camera)
  • Weight (with battery):
  • 169 gVolume: 95.5 cc

Memory:

  • 16 GB internal user memory
  • Support for up to 48 GB with an external microSD memory card
  • Use as USB mass memory device for storing photos, documents and more

Camera

  • 41 megapixel camera sensor with Nokia Pureview Pro imaging technology and Carl Zeiss optics
  • Fullscreen 16:9 viewfinder with easy on-screen touch controls
  • Xenon flash with operating range up to 3.5 m depending on conditions. 
  • Automatic fill-flash
  • LED for video recording
  • Focal length: 8.02 mm (35 mm equivalent focal length -26 mm, 16:9 / 28 mm, 4:3
  • )Auto focus and touch to focusFocus modes:
  • Hyperfocal, Macro, Infinity and AutoFocus range: 15 cm ~ infinity
  • Macro focus 15-50 cmF number/aperture: F2.4
  • Supported aspect ratios and resolutions
  • True 16:9 (2 MP, 5 MP [Default], 8 MP, 41 MP) 4:3 (3 MP, 5 MP, 8 MP, 41 MP)
  • Three shooting modes: Auto, Scenes, Creative
  • Face detection software
  • Launch camera from lock with full press of capture key
  • Still images file format: JPEG/EXIFAutomatic location tagging (Geotagging) of images and videosAutomatic time and location marking for images and video in galleryOne touch access from camera to captured imagesImages automatically taken in the correct orientationPinch zoom in Photos image viewer and double tappingIntegrated photo editor
Video:
Main camera 

  • 41 MP sensor with PureView Pro imaging technology and Carl Zeiss optics
  • Video resolutions: Full HD (1920×1080) 30fps [Default], HD (1280×720) 30fps, nHD (640×360) 30fps
  • Slide Zoom: 4x1080p [Default], 6x 720p, 12x360p
  • Frame rates supported: 15, 24, 25, 30fps
  • Stereo High Amplitude Audio Capture (HAAC)

Video encoding: H264 High Profile Level 4.0, H263 / audio: 128 kbps, 48 kHzThree shooting modes: Auto, Scenes, CreativeIntegrated video editor for trimming video

Display

  • Display and user interface
  • Screen size: 4″
  • Resolution: 16:9 nHD (640 x 360 pixels)
  • AMOLED16.7 million colours
  • ClearBlack display
  • Corning® Gorilla® Glass2.5 D
  • curved glass
  • Capacitive touch screen
  • Orientation sensor (Accelerometer)
  • Compass (magnetometer)
  • Proximity sensorAmbient light detector

Keys and input methods

  • Keys: home, call, end/power, lock, volume, cameraFull touch controlOn-screen alphanumeric and full keyboard

Power Management

  • BV-4D 1400 mAh high voltage Li-ion batteryTalk time (maximum):
  • GSM 11 h
  • WCDMA 6.5 h

Standby time (maximum):

  • GSM 465 h
  • WCDMA 540 h

Data network

  • GPRS/EDGE class B, multislot class 33HSDPA Cat10, maximum speed up to 14.4 Mbps, HSUPA Cat6 5.76 MbpsGSM CS data class 33, GSM EGPRS data class 33, DTM 32WLAN IEEE802.11 b/g/n with UPnP supportTCP/IP supportCapability to serve as data modemSupport for MS Outlook synchronisation of contacts, calendar and notes

Operating Frequency

  • GSM/EDGE 850/900/1800/1900WCDMA 850/900/1700/-21001900/2100Automatic switching between WCDMA and GSM bandsFlight mode

Connectivity

  • Bluetooth 3.0
  • HDMI
  • DLNA
  • High-Speed USB 2.0 (micro USB connector)
  • Micro USB connector and charging
  • USB On-the-Go 3.5 mm
  • Nokia standard audio connector with TV-out
  • Secure
  • NFC
  • WLAN
  • A-GPS
  • FM transmitter

Software platform and user interface

  • Nokia Belle Feature Pack 1
  • Java MIDP 2.1
  • Qt 4.7.3, Web Runtime 8.2
  • HTML 4.1
  • Basic HTML 5
  • Software updates Over the Air (FOTA) and Over the internet (FOTI)Flash Lite 4.0OMA DM 1.2, OMA Client provisioning 1.1

SOLUTION :- What is PureView on the Nokia 808 PureView 41-megapixel camera?


 

As you saw from our breaking news earlier, Nokia has unveiled the Nokia 808 PureView. The most advanced camera phone on the block promises to revolutionise the way we use photos taken on our smartphones. Confused? Read on and we’ll explain all you need to know about PureView, the need for a 41-megapixel sensor, and the latest on the 808 PureView’s video talents.

Nokia 808 PureView amazes with 41-megapixel camera sensor!

 

The Nokia 808 PureView the first smartphone to feature Nokia’s exclusive PureView imaging technology, and the first with an industry-changing 41-megapixel sensor. A breakthrough moment in smartphone photography may have just arrived.

 

A photography breakthrough

 

Its impressive 41-megapixel camera is capable of snapping photos the quality of which have yet to be seen on a smartphone. But PureView isn’t about shooting at sizes you won’t need. It’s about creating the best possible images you can possibly get from a smartphone.

 

The Nokia 808 PureView camera uses Carl Zeiss optics and Nokia’s pixel over-sampling technology to guarantee razor-sharp pictures, and eliminate the visual noise and colour distortion found on rival smartphone cameras. It does this by combining up to seven pixels into one “pure” pixel, says Nokia.

 

This means that you can zoom in up to 3X without losing any detail in your shots. A Creative Shooting Mode’ lets you capture images at 38-megapixels to crop, find the best part of the image after it has been shot, and save it for storage, or to share over social networks, email and MMS. In short, taking a photo using the Nokia 808 Pure View is just the beginning. Once the a photo is taken you essentially have a massive photography canvas to work with.

 

Those images should look great when taken in any condition. With an f2.4 aperture, Nokia promises better low light performance than previous camera phones. More than five times as much light is captured.

 

Full HD video recording

 

And for film fans, the Nokia 808 Pure View also records full HD 1080p video at 30 frames-per-second, with a 4X lossless zoom. The zoom increases to 6X when shooting at slightly lower, but still juicy 720p HD, going up to 12X for 640 x 360 videos.

 

Nokia Rich Recording for CD-quality recording and playback. Exclusive Dolby Headphone technology transforms any stereo content into a surround sound experience using any pair of headphones.

 

Rather than attempt to replace the photographers trusty Digital SLR Camera, the Nokia 808 PureView is suggested as the ideal pocket accessory for the professional photographer who never wants to miss a shot.

 

Not since the Nokia N8 has a camera phone had such an advanced set of photography and audio skills. And just like the Nokia N8 before it, the Nokia 808 Pure View looks set to revolutionise smartphone photography all over again. And we couldn’t be more excited.


Nokia 808 PureView amazes with 41-megapixel camera sensor!

The Nokia 808 PureView the first smartphone to feature Nokia’s exclusive PureView imaging technology, and the first with an industry-changing 41-megapixel sensor. A breakthrough moment in smartphone photography may have just arrived.

A photography breakthrough

Its impressive 41-megapixel camera is capable of snapping photos the quality of which have yet to be seen on a smartphone. But PureView isn’t about shooting at sizes you won’t need. It’s about creating the best possible images you can possibly get from a smartphone.

The Nokia 808 PureView camera uses Carl Zeiss optics and Nokia’s pixel over-sampling technology to guarantee razor-sharp pictures, and eliminate the visual noise and colour distortion found on rival smartphone cameras. It does this by combining up to seven pixels into one “pure” pixel, says Nokia.

This means that you can zoom in up to 3X without losing any detail in your shots. A Creative Shooting Mode’ lets you capture images at 38-megapixels to crop, find the best part of the image after it has been shot, and save it for storage, or to share over social networks, email and MMS. In short, taking a photo using the Nokia 808 Pure View is just the beginning. Once the a photo is taken you essentially have a massive photography canvas to work with.

Those images should look great when taken in any condition. With an f2.4 aperture, Nokia promises better low light performance than previous camera phones. More than five times as much light is captured.

Full HD video recording

And for film fans, the Nokia 808 Pure View also records full HD 1080p video at 30 frames-per-second, with a 4X lossless zoom. The zoom increases to 6X when shooting at slightly lower, but still juicy 720p HD, going up to 12X for 640 x 360 videos.

Nokia Rich Recording for CD-quality recording and playback. Exclusive Dolby Headphone technology transforms any stereo content into a surround sound experience using any pair of headphones.

Rather than attempt to replace the photographers trusty Digital SLR Camera, the Nokia 808 PureView is suggested as the ideal pocket accessory for the professional photographer who never wants to miss a shot.

Not since the Nokia N8 has a camera phone had such an advanced set of photography and audio skills. And just like the Nokia N8 before it, the Nokia 808 Pure View looks set to revolutionise smartphone photography all over again. And we couldn’t be more excited.

NOKIA ASHA 202, 203, 302 – PHOTOS, SPECS AND VIDEOS!


Along with Lumia 610 and Nokia 808, Nokia has also announced three new budget S40 phones under its new ‘Asha’ series Nokia 202,  Nokia 203 and Nokia 302 for developing markets at MWC12. Check out the photos, full specs, features and promo videos or these Asha phones after break.

 

1- Nokia 202:

The Nokia Asha 202 is a touch phone with a traditional keypad, offering fast and affordable access to the internet, easy access to email and social networks as well as a 40 EA games gift offering. Plus it comes with Easy Swap Dual SIM.

Full Specs: http://europe.nokia.com/find-products/devices/nokia-asha-202/specifications

2- Nokia 203:

The Nokia Asha 203 is a touch phone with a traditional keypad, offering fast and affordable access to the internet, easy access to email and social networks as well as a 40 EA games gift offering.

Full Specs: http://europe.nokia.com/find-products/devices/nokia-asha-203/specifications

The Nokia Asha 202 and the Asha 203 are priced at EUR 60, excluding taxes and subsidies and is expected to be available by Q2 2012.

3-Nokia 302:

Nokia Asha 302 is a QWERTY phone with great value for money. It is packed with a 1 Ghz processor and is great for social networking, Email, Instant messaging, supports Mail for Exchange and has a premium design with stunning looks.

Full Specs: http://europe.nokia.com/find-products/devices/nokia-asha-302/specifications

The Nokia Asha 302 is priced affordably at EUR 95 excluding subsidies and taxes. It is expected to be available in Q1 2012.

NEW UPDATES :- NOKIA MAPS, DRIVE, PUBLIC TRANSPORT, READING AND NOKIA LIFE


Along with 41 MP camera monster Nokia 808, affordable Windows Phone Lumia 610, global version of Lumia 900  and 3 new phones from Asha series, Nokia has also announced a new range of services/updates for all its users worldwide, which includes – the Nokia MapsNokia DriveNokia Public Transport, Nokia Reading and Nokia Life.

1- Nokia Maps

Nokia announces an new updated version of Nokia Maps for Windows Phones, which comes with a simpler and better interface.  Now you can zoom in to get all the detail you need, and pull back for larger context about what route you need to take – with pedestrians and drivers seeing different maps to reflect their different experiences.

With the updated Nokia Maps you can now also create and collect your favourite places, and access places you’ve recently visited. Then, if you’re travelling with friends or colleagues, you can share your route with SMS email or social networks. Nokia Maps now covers over 190 countries – and uses the latest technology to make sure that images are viewable from any browser, device and operating system.

2- Nokia Drive:

Nokia Drive is one of the most popular services on the Lumia, offering free turn-by-turn voice guided navigation in over 100 countries, with multiple views, larger icons for in-car arms length use, one easy search box, and fast route calculation and preview.

Nokia Drive

Now Nokia Drive on Lumia gets full offline support, with offline search and routing from calculating a route, to navigation and re-routing. A newly designed dashboard now shows speed limit alerts, as well as the speed you’re travelling at, as well as estimated time or arrival, time to destination and distance to destination. You can also access a list of recently saved destinations through a single tap, and then start turn-by-turn navigation.

This update will be available in the coming weeks.

3- Nokia Public Transport: 

Nokia Public Transport is a unique service that allows you to plan fast inner-city routes from point to point, and work out your time of arrival.

Using Nokia Public Transport you can see when the nearest train, bus, tram or metro leaves, find out how to get to the station, discover if you need to change trains or lines along the way, and then use walk routing to reach your final destination.

This new app will be available in the coming days.

4- Nokia Reading:

This is the latest service announced by Nokia, it converts your Lumia smartphone into a premium e-book reader. Using Nokia Reading you can choose your own favourite authors, or select from bestselling novels and an extensive selection of top local books in your own language. The service integrates beautifully with the Lumia in the same “hub” and panorama experience we’ve seen working so fluidly with other services.

Nokia Reading

Once you have chosen a book, large, clear, smartphone screens like those on the Nokia Lumia make reading an enjoyable experience. It’s great for reading on an underground train or plane, as you can read everything offline after downloading beforehand.

In coming months you’ll also be able to create a personalised magazine page called “my stream” that automatically updates content across the most popular categories, and adds web content from your chosen sites.

Nokia Reading will be available for Nokia Lumia handsets from April. The service is initially launching in six markets (UK, France, Germany, Italy, Spain and Russia) with more to follow

5- Nokia Life:

Nokia Life Tools has now become the new and enhanced Nokia Life, which includes great extra services like Life Skills and Parenting Advice, as well as new social elements.

Nokia Life

People have loved learning English, getting health tips, preparing for exams and downloading ringtones with Nokia Life Tools – and now there’s even more that you can do with the new Nokia Life. You can ‘Ask an Expert’ – like a doctor or career advisor – for specific health or work tips. Then you can ‘Share’ that information with friends from your phone book – or take part in a poll to express your opinions.

Crucial Update :- MEEGO HARMATTAN PR.1.2 update now available


Good News, Major firmware update PR 1.2 (30.2012.07-1) is now rolling out for MeeGo smartphone Nokia N9.

The updates are published in waves and your phone will display a notification once it’s available for you. You can also check for the updates by heading to Settings>Applications>Manage Applications>Updates and check for updates manually. The update is about  282,8 MB in size.

Tutorial Video – How to update Nokia N9 software over-the air :

NOKIA LUMIA 610 ANNOUNCED AND COMING SOON !


Nokia today expands its Lumia family by announcing the new Nokia Lumia 610 smartphone. Nokia Lumia 610 is a affordable Windows Phone targeted at teenagers, features a 3.7-inch display, 256MB RAM, 8GB storage and 5 MP Camera.

The new Nokia Lumia 610 is Nokia’s fourth and most affordable Lumia smartphone, designed as the perfect introduction to Windows Phone for a younger audience.  The Nokia Lumia 610 makes it easy to keep in touch with friends, providing instant access to social networks and bringing all mobile, email, Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn contacts into one place.  It also makes it easier to browse the Web with Internet Explorer and to access games through Xbox Live. Available with Nokia Maps, Nokia Drive, Nokia Transport and Nokia Music, people can also choose from thousands of apps in the Windows Phone Marketplace to further personalizethe experience.


With a distinctive profile and finely beveled metallic edges, the Nokia Lumia 610 is built to convey both quality and aspiration.  It comes in white, cyan, magenta and black, is priced at EUR189 and is expected to begin shipping in the second quarter of 2012.

The Nokia Lumia 610 was made possible thanks to a new software release from Microsoft delivering enhanced capabilities to the Windows Phone 7.5 platform.  The software release, available from April optimizes Windows Phone to support lower memory and processor requirements, while still delivering the same great experience for more affordable products.  In addition, Windows Phone will now include the network and language requirements for China. As a result, Nokia announced plans to make a range of Lumia smartphones available in China, covering both CDMA and WCDMA technologies, in the coming months.

Nokia 808 Pure-view with 41 MP CAMERA !


After many rumors, Nokia finally announced the Nokia 808 PureView, a Symbian based 41MP camera phone in a press conference today at MWC.

Nokia today ushered in a new era in high-end smartphone imaging with the Nokia 808 PureView. This is the first smartphone to feature Nokia PureView imaging technologies, bringing together high resolution sensors, exclusive Carl Zeiss optics and Nokia developed algorithms, which will support new high-end imaging experiences for future Nokia products.

The Nokia 808 PureView features a large, high-resolution 41 megapixel sensor with high-performance Carl Zeiss optics and new pixel oversampling technology. At standard resolutions (2/3, 5 and 8 megapixels) this means the ability to zoom without loss of clarity and capture seven pixels of information, condensing into one pixel for the sharpest images imaginable. At high-resolution (38 megapixel maximum) it means the ability to capture an image, then zoom, reframe, crop and resize afterwards to expose previously unseen levels of details. With superior low-light performance and the ability to save in compact file sizes for sharing in email, MMS, and on social networks, the Nokia 808 PureView makes it possible for anyone to capture professional looking images in any conditions.

In addition to superior still imaging technology, the Nokia 808 PureView, also includes full HD 1080p video recording and playback with 4X lossless zoom and the world’s first use of Nokia Rich Recording. Rich Recording enables audio recording at CD-like levels of quality, previously only possible with external microphones. The Nokia 808 PureView also features exclusive Dolby Headphone technology, transforming stereo content into a personal surround sound experience over any headphones and Dolby Digital Plus for 5.1 channel surround sound playback.

Nokia Lumia 800 tops marketshare, but what about app usage?


Lumia is king

It feels like it was just yesterday that we ran the story about Nokia stealing the top-spot with regards to Windows Phone market-share.

Analytic firms often throw around numbers, and for the most part we just believe them. This does of course make sense, as any reputable firm would much rather keep a good name, than make up random numbers. But it’s always good to see actual data backing up what they tell us. Enter: app statistics!

So I thought now would be a good time to checkout the usage of my apps on a device level. My first app was published just 6 months ago, so obviously that is the furthest back I can see.

In the image below I have rounded up the total device usage over the apps since the beginning of their lives up until today. Although there are no numbers on the graphs, the height of each device’s blue bar represents how many unique users that app has had over the alloted time. It makes sense that the older the app, the lower the Lumia’s position will be (because users of those devices have had less time to use apps). The only app that varies from this is Metro Wall, but I cannot figure out why. It could be that it is featured in the ‘App Highlights’ app that comes pre-installed, but then again, Tweet This Song is mentioned there most of the time too.

So without further ado, I bring to you (yes, that may have been an Eminem quote):

App device usage

But far more important than the above, is whether recent stats show that the Lumia’s position has gotten better. So the next set of graphs are taken from the time between 24’th December 2011 and 24’th February 2012. Not only is this a two month stretch, it also seemed fitting as it starts just before Christmas day, when a lot of people are getting shiny new toys.

App device usage over 2 months

Just like in the first image, the yellow stars show the Lumia’s positions. But in the above picture we can also see the change in position (marked by a faded star). So in every single app (except Project Mosaic for some reason) the Lumias (whether it be the 800 or 710) are the most used phones for the last two months.

Nokia have been doing an amazing  job at marketing their new devices, and it really is paying off. And the people that are buying these phones are most definitely using them.

Other manufacturers seriously need to take note of what Nokia is doing. In just a few months they have cemented themselves as the number one seller, and although they do have good devices, I think with a little effort the other manufacturers could get good results too. It’s nice to see the money Nokia is putting into marketing translating into sales. Maybe, just maybe, others will consider doing some actual advertising one day too.

What do you, our readers, think? Are Nokia’s devices just far superior to anything else on the market, or are they gaining traction so fast because of their marketing? Or is it a mixture?

You can download these apps here. And the in-app data is from Localytics.

New Widgets coming soon for Nokia Belle Devices !


new widgets for belle from carbideNokia Tweet got the tip that new homescreen widgets like Mobile Data On/Off, 2G to 3G switch, Data Counter are coming to Nokia Belle devices. Check out the complete  list of widgets after break.

List of Belle widget elements over Carbide Tool:

  1. VPN On/Off
  2. Offline On/Off
  3. Mobile Data On/Off
  4. Silent On/Off
  5. 2G to 3G
  6. 3G On/Off
  7. Digital Clock (Looks like dynamic clock icon)
  8. Analog Clock (Looks like dynamic clock icon)
  9. Data Counter
  10.  Weather Widget
All these elements are present over Nokia Carbide tool running Belle plug-in v1.6 . We are not sure about this, but the presence of all these widget elements over Nokia’s theme development software indicates that these wigets will be made available for Nokia Belle devices in near future (or may be soon). What do you guys think, do let us know in your comments below.