By Honest…

Telling truth is not so easy….

Mobile Phones

Hi, some 2 weeks before I heared that iPhone is coming to India in half of price. We really pleased to hear this. And got some mails about the features of this phone. I was socked, how Apple let this phone in so cheap price. Later when it launched, I socked …. it is considered at 31k. And thats also coming with Airtel and Vodafone, means you can not change the SIM. Do you think it will run in Indian market, where people are buying laptops in 15k – 30k?

Let it…..

Yesterday I got a mail saying the disadvantages of iPhone. Here is the list:

No video calling
No AD2P on the Bluetooth
CAN’T share ANY (mp3, images,videos. …) files via bluetooth
No copy and paste (canNot copy a part of a…. say…. email & send it….have to type it out yourself)
can’t use as a wireless modem (you pay ridiculous data charges to activate internet on your phone but canNot connect it to your PC and browse when you are at home)
No 3.2 or 5 megapixel camera (the 2MP camera it carries is worst camera i’ve ever seen….. photos look like they have come out of a VGA camera)
No video recording with camera
No front camera
No flash
No JAVA support
No 3G network yet in why pay for expensive 3G phone if you cant use its 3G services … so, for India, iPhone 2.0 is No better than its first version
No removable battery. (You canNot change battery. Have to send it to apple outlet.. Come on Now!!!!…This is Not an iPod. Its a bloody phone. You canNot live without phone for 2-3 days)
CanNot send MMS
No FM radio
No FM radio
CanNot insert any other SIM card…. etc.

what you say about this?? A brand new Phone launched in India which is not made for Indian field. Please post your comments here.


…By Honest… >>>@

Nokia Launches Two New N-Series Handsets

Nokia has just launched 2 new handsets as additions to their popular N-Series range – The Nokia N79 and N85. The N79 has a typical candy bar form factor where as we see yet another N81 slash N95 type design in the N85.

The N79 will offer users plenty by way of multimedia and functionality with features that range from GPS with A-GPS support on Nokia Maps 2.0 and Geo tagging support, a 5MP auto-focus camera with Carl Zeiss optics (behind a lens cover like the N82) and dual LED flashes and N-Gage on board. The handset will also come with Xpress-on smart covers that are available in five colors: Light Sea Blue, Espresso Brown, Olive Green, White and Coral Red. A combination of three of these comes with each Nokia N79.

It’s a 3G enabled handset with HSDPA speeds and Wi-Fi support as well, aside from the usual EDGE and GPRS. It also has Bluetooth with A2DP support. The N79 comes equipped with a 2.4 inch TFT display with a 240 x 320 pixel resolution sporting 16 million colors.

“The Nokia N79 packs cutting-edge technology into a compact design – a characteristic of the iconic N-series – that allows people to discover, create and share their passions with others,” said Juha Kokkonen, Director, Nokia N-series. “It has been designed for those who want a device that is as appealing as it is powerful and comes with interchangeable covers that have automatically matching screen themes.”

The Nokia N79 comes packaged with a 4 GB microSD memory card. A Friendster widget will also be made available for the Nokia N79 via the WidSets service. This will allow people to browse Friendster friends’ profiles, view and post shoutouts, upload pictures taken with their handset, and browse their own and friends’ photo albums. New users can even register for Friendster directly on their device via a link to Friendster’s mobile site (, create an account and instantly begin participating in the Friendster global community.

By Honest ….>>>@



  1. Hi,

    But not sure how its true this news is. lets see…

    Comment by byhonest | August 25, 2008 | Reply

  2. I think, its very difficult to access it. Also, the price, Huh.

    It can be only suitable for businessman or unemployed. Normal people cant manage it. also, if the disadvantages of iPhone is true, then this phone is worse. There is no future for this phone in India.

    Don’t TRY to FIX me, I am not BROKEN!

    Comment by Munna | August 26, 2008 | Reply

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