Nokia E52 is Classy Elegant

Nokia E52
I just bought a new Nokia phone and I decided on a Nokia E52. Why? Well, the Nokia E52 basically fits my needs and I guess style. It looks cool and decent at the same time, perfect for work and the after hours fun. What brought me over to the Nokia E52 is these specs: a 600mhz processor, 2.4" screen with accelerometer, 3.5mm jack, wifi, and a whopping 1500mAh battery, which means a lot more time to enjoy its many possibilities. And oh, did I mention the price of a new Nokia E52? It is reasonably priced for its capabilities.

The only downer for a Nokia E52 is that it only has a 3.2 Megapixel camera that does not have Autofocus. But it is forgivable for me, I have a better digicam for photos. Plus a 3.2MP cam is handy enough for unexpected photo-taking events.
Nokia E52

Samsung Omnia i900

Samsung Omnia i900

The new Samsung Omnia i900, now here's a good non-Nokia phone but is expensive. It seems like a lot of people are into Samsung now unlike a year ago wherein being seen with a Samsung phone is like being the poorest of the poor or the most uncool thing ever. There is one catch though, despite the Samsung Omnia 1900's power packed features, users are reporting that no one gets to use the GPS of their Omnia because of a bug and no firmware flash update is available.

Here's the Pros and Cons of the Samsung Omnia 1900:


* Quad-band GSM support
* 3G with HSDPA 7.2 Mbps
* Windows Mobile 6.1 Professional OS
* 624MHz Marvell PXA312 CPU and 128 MB RAM
* 3.2" 65K-color touchscreen with resolution of 240 x 400 pixels
* 5 megapixel autofocus camera with wide dynamic range mode, face tracking, smile detection, geotagging
* 8 to 16 GB of storage memory, microSD expansion
* Built-in GPS receiver with A-GPS
* Wi-Fi
* Stereo Bluetooth and USB connectivity
* FM radio with RDS
* Optical joystick with virtual mouse functionality
* Built-in accelerometer for auto screen rotation and call muting
* TV-out
* Solid build and great finish
* Slick design and slim body
* Nice battery life
* Fast response and performance
* Excellent thumb-optimized software package
* Thumbable virtual QWERTY keyboard with optional landscape mode
* TouchWiz UI
* DivX video support right out of the box
* Above average audio quality
* Headset comes with a 3.5mm audio jack


* No stylus slot
* Poor sunlight legibility
* Memory card not hot-swappable
* Non-standard display resolution
* No dedicated 3D accelerator
* Non-standard USB port
* Web browser lacks real Flash support