Pokemon Go : Bangladesh still waits for official launch – Asia Update

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Pokemon trainers in Jakarta, apparently have started their journey on catching some Pokemon. Indonesian Pokemon trainers were the first ones to start off Pokemon Go in Asia. Bangladesh, India , Pakistan and other Asian countries still wait for the servers to be up and running this week. Continue reading Pokemon Go : Bangladesh still waits for official launch – Asia Update

How to Install Pokemon GO in Bangladesh (Bangladeshi users) : Global

This is a tutorial on how to get & install Pokemon GO from the Google Play Store.

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Nostalgia – Motorola Gleam+

It seemed latest trends swept away clamshell form factor of mobile phones, with the rise of capacitive touchscreens and Gorilla Glass. The tides seems to turn again with the unveiling of the Motorola Gleam+  .

 

Motorola took a whole year to update their Motorola GLEAM, reviled back in February 2011 at MWC. Looks like Motorola have learned from previous GLEAM, and so included 50 MB internal storage and a larger 2.8″ TFT display. These numbers are irrelevant now a days where 4″ are cool. MicroSD storage is avaible upto 16GB and does come with the handy dandy large Illuminated binary matrix thingy screen that adds to the aesthetic and ease of use as it offers , from smooth curves of the mainframe and Chiclets style keypad which is well spaced and placed for easy operation.

Fresh new design and 45MB of 50MB;everything else looks similar to the ancestor Gleam.

With  a  basic 2 megapixel camera and only 750mAh battery the Moto Gleam+ doesn’t  “shine bright”  when you think of practical daily usage. With estimated 4.5hr of talk-time GSM , it would probably result to be an Impractical phone unless the battery has something else rather than lithium ions.

Still early to call , but the Gleam+ does look stylish and appealing on the outside,  but disappoints await on the inside with poor spec sheet scores, even for low budget phones.

Nokia 803 – N8 successor?

Having got their hands on a user guide of Nokia 803 coming with Symbian Belle, pocketnow.com think this might be the Nokia N8 ‘s successor.

There is some information regarding the internal hardware of this phone. Apparently, it will have a 1GHz processor, 512MB of RAM, 3.5-inch, WVGA resolution display, NFC, HDMI and DLNA connectivity.

-GSMARENA.com

 

Having a look at the outlines one can easily workout that the camera is the more dominant feature on the phone, next to the 3.5″ display.

More information will be out on the Nokia World Congress in February 2012.

 

Facebook- Chit Chat with Nokia Touch&Type

Being social these days does not need you to talk to your acquaintances, let the thumbs do the talking.

With C2-02 .C3-01 & X3-02 it doesn’t get any simpler.

here is  a fun promo of the nokia s40 touch&type phones using Facebook.

iPhone 4s vs Samsung Galaxy Nexus vs Nokia Lumia 800

 

iPhone 4s vs Samsung Galaxy Nexus vs Nokia Lumia 800 CNET

heres a CNET commentary of the BATTLE OF THE GLADIATORS ; enjoy after the break.

Apple’s iOS platform has recently been upgraded to iOS 5, while the latest version of Android, Ice Cream Sandwich, is about to explode on to the smart phone scene. Meanwhile Mango, the newest iteration of Microsoft’s Windows Phone platform has also dropped from the tree. So which OS should you buy into? Luke Westaway compares the leading phones on each system: the Apple iPhone 4S, the Samsung Galaxy Nexus and the Nokia Lumia 800.