Friday, April 29, 2011

Video Chat on Your Android Phone

Sometimes, the expressions on a person's face can mean much more than what they say. To help you stay in touch with your friends and family, we’re launching Google Talk with video and voice chat for Android phones.

You can now video or voice chat with your friends, family and colleagues right from your Android phone, whether they’re on their compatible Android tablet or phone, or using Gmail with Google Talk on their computer. You can make calls over a 3G or 4G data network (if your carrier supports it) or over Wi-Fi.


In your Google Talk friends list, a video or voice chat button will appear next to your contacts and you can simply touch the button to connect with them. Any text chats from the person you’re talking with will be overlaid on your phone’s screen so you can read them without having to leave the video. And, if you need to check something else, the video pauses automatically so you can go back to your phone’s home screen or another app. The audio will keep going even though the video has paused. Check out how this works:

Google Talk with video and voice chat will gradually roll out to Nexus S devices in the next few weeks as part of the Android 2.3.4 over-the-air update and will launch on other Android 2.3+ devices in the future. To learn more about using video and voice chat, check out our Help Center.

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Wednesday, April 27, 2011

Introducing the new Google Docs app for Android

(Cross posted on the Google Docs Blog, and Google Enterprise Blog)

Increasingly, people are using mobile phones to access information -- from email to web browsing to editing documents. Part of getting work done on the go is being able to easily access, edit and share content, which is why we’re happy to announce the new Google Docs app for Android.

With this new app it’s easy to filter and search for your content across any Google account, then jump straight into editing docs using the online mobile editors. The app also allows you to easily share items with contacts on your phone, right from within the app.

The Docs app also allows you to upload content from your phone and open documents directly from Gmail. You can also add a widget to your home screen for easy access to three core tasks: jumping to your starred documents, taking a photo to upload, or creating a new document with one tap.

And my favorite feature: Using the app and your phone’s camera, you can turn photos with text into editable Google documents with the power of optical character recognition (OCR). Just create a new ‘Document from Photo' or select the camera icon from the widget, and your converted document will appear in your documents list shortly after you snap the picture. You can also convert photos already stored on your phone by sharing them with the Google Docs app. OCR does a pretty good job capturing unformatted text in English but won't recognize handwriting or some fonts - stay tuned, it will get better over time!

The Google Docs app is currently available in English and works on Android 2.1+ phones. Try it out by scanning the QR code below or by visiting Android Market.

Let us know what you think of the new Google Docs Android app in our forum.

New Smartphone User Study and Webinar

79% of smartphone consumers use their phones to help with shopping, from comparing prices and finding more product info to locating a retailer, 72% use their smartphones while consuming other media, and 88% of those who look for local information on their smartphones take action within a day.

These are some of the key findings from “The Mobile Movement: Understanding Smartphone Users,” a study from Google and conducted by Ipsos OTX, an independent market research firm, among 5,013 US adult smartphone Internet users at the end of 2010.

Check out our post on the Google Mobile Ads blog for more of the study’s findings, or join us in tomorrow’s webinar where we’ll present the full research findings. In the meantime, enjoy this research highlights video.

Posted by Dai Pham, Google Mobile Ads Marketing Team

Tuesday, April 26, 2011

HTC HD7 vs HTC Desire HD Comparison Chart

HTC HD7 is a great phone from HTC which is also known as HTC HD3, HTC Gold, HTC Diamond3 and HTC Mondrian. It is first Windows 7 smartphone from HTC. HTC has also released 2 more Windows 7 based smartphones along HD7. They are HTC 7 Mozart and HTC 7 Trophy. I think the purpose of releasing those smartphones is to provide smartphone user slightly low price smartphones with Windows 7 operating system with little less specification and size.

We may discuss other smartphones in detail later on. Currently my focus is Desire HD and HD7. The main difference between these two is operating system. HD7 is Windows based while Desire HD is android based that is supported by Google itself.

Here is the specification of these two.

2G Network GSM 850 / 900 / 1800 / 1900 GSM 850 / 900 / 1800 / 1900
3G Network  HSDPA 900 / 2100 HSDPA 900 / 2100
HSDPA 850 / 1900 HSDPA 850 / 2100

HSDPA 900 / 2100
Announced 2010, September 2010, October
Status Released 2010, October Released 2010, October
SIZE Dimensions 123 x 68 x 11.8 mm 122 x 68 x 11.2 mm
Weight 164 g 162 g
DISPLAY Type LCD capacitive touchscreen
16M colors
LCD capacitive touchscreen

16M colors
Size 480 x 800 pixels, 4.3 inches 480 x 800 pixels, 4.3 inches
Other Features - Gorilla Glass display

- Accelerometer sensor

for UI auto-rotate

- Proximity sensor for auto turn-off

- HTC Sense UI

- Multi-touch input method
- Accelerometer sensor

for UI auto-rotate

- Proximity sensor for auto turn-off
SOUND Alert Types Vibration, MP3, WAV ringtones Vibration, MP3, WAV ringtones
Loud Speaker Yes Yes
Audio Jack 3.5 mm 3.5 mm
Other Features - Dolby Mobile and

SRS sound enhancement
- Dolby Mobile and

SRS sound enhancement
MEMORY Phonebook Practically unlimited entries and fields, Photocall Practically unlimited entries and fields, Photocall
Call Records Practically unlimited Practically unlimited
Internal 1.5 GB, 768 MB RAM 512 MB ROM, 576 MB RAM

8GB (Europe) / 16GB (Asia)
Card Slot microSD, up to 32GB

8GB included
Not Available
DATA GPRS Class 32 Class 32
EDGE Class 32 Class 32
3G HSDPA, 14.4 Mbps

HSUPA, 5.76 Mbps
HSDPA 7.2 Mbps

HSUPA 2 Mbps
WLAN Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n, DLNA

Wi-Fi hotspot
Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n
Bluetooth Yes v2.1 with A2DP Yes v2.1 with A2DP
Infrared Not Available Not Available
USB microUSB v2.0 microUSB v2.0
CAMERA Primary 8 MP, 3264x2448 pixels, autofocus, dual-LED flash 5 MP, 2592х1944 pixels, autofocus, dual-LED flash
Secondary Not Available Not Available
Video Quality 720p Video recording 720p Video recording
Other Features Geo-tagging, face detection Geo-tagging
SPEC Operating System Android OS, v2.2 (Froyo) Microsoft Windows Phone 7
Processor 1 GHz Scorpion processor, Adreno 205 GPU, Qualcomm MSM8255 Snapdragon 1 GHz Scorpion processor, Adreno 200 GPU, Qualcomm QSD8250 Snapdragon chipset
Messaging SMS(threaded view), MMS, Email, Push Email, IM SMS (threaded view), MMS, Email, Push Email
Browser HTML WAP 2.0/xHTML, HTML
Radio Stereo FM radio with RDS Stereo FM radio with RDS
Games Yes Yes
Colors Black, Brown Black
GPS Yes, with A-GPS support Yes, with A-GPS support

Bing Maps
Java Yes, via Java MIDP emulator Yes, MIDP 2.0
- Digital compass

- Dedicated search key

- Google Search, Maps, Gmail

- YouTube, Google Talk, Picasa integration

- MP3/AAC+/WAV/ WMA9 player

- DivX/Xvid/MP4/ H.263/H.264/WMV9/player

- Facebook, Twitter applications

- Adobe Flash 10.1

- Voice memo

- Predictive text input
- Digital compass

- MP3/WAV/WMA/eAAC+ player

- MP4/WMV/H.264/H.263 player

- Facebook and Twitter integration

- YouTube client

- Pocket Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, OneNote, PDF viewer)

- Voice memo

- Predictive text input
BATTERY Type Standard battery, Li-Ion 1230 mAh Standard battery, Li-Ion 1230 mAh
Stand-by Time Up to 490 h (2G)

Up to 420 h (3G)
Up to 310 h (2G)

Up to 320 h (3G)
Talk Time Up to 9 h 15 min (2G)

Up to 5 h 30 min (3G)
Up to 6 h 20 min (2G)

Up to 5 h 20 min (3G)

HTC Desire HD Key features:

  • Quad-band GSM and dual-band 3G support
  • 14.4 Mbps HSDPA and 5.76 Mbps HSUPA
  • 4.3" 16M-color capacitive LCD touchscreen of WVGA resolution (480 x 800 pixels)
  • Android OS v2.2 Froyo with HTC Sense UI
  • Unibody design
  • Qualcomm Snapdragon QSD8255 1 GHz processor
  • 768 MB RAM and 1.5 GB ROM
  • 8 MP autofocus camera with LED flash and geotagging
  • 720p video recording @ 25fps
  • Wi-Fi b/g/n and DLNA
  • GPS with A-GPS
  • microSD slot up to 32GB (8GB card included)
  • Accelerometer and proximity sensor
  • Standard 3.5 mm audio jack
  • Stereo FM radio with RDS
  • microUSB port (charging) and stereo Bluetooth v2.1
  • Smart dialing, voice dialing
  • DivX/XviD video support
  • Dolby Mobile and SRS sound enhancement
  • HTC Locations app
  • integration
  • Ultra-fast boot times (if you don’t remove battery)

HTC Desire HD Main disadvantages:

  • LCD isn’t quite as impressive as Retina or Super AMOLED (lower contrast, more reflective)
  • No dedicated camera key and no lens cover
  • No front facing camera
  • Quite heavy at 164 g (not that we mind)
  • The two lids at the rear have questionable aesthetics and usability
  • Disappointing audio reproduction quality

HTC HD7 Key features:

  • 4.3" 16M-color capacitive LCD touchscreen of WVGA resolution (480 x 800 pixels)
  • Quad-band GSM/GPRS/EDGE support
  • Dual-band 3G with HSDPA (7.2 Mbps) and HSUPA (2Mbps)
  • Windows Phone 7 operating system
  • 1GHz Snapdragon CPU, 576MB RAM, 512MB ROM
  • 5 megapixel autofocus camera with dual-LED flash, geotagging
  • 720p video recording @ 25fps
  • 8GB of built-in storage
  • Standard 3.5mm audio jack
  • Standard microUSB port (charging)
  • Dolby Mobile and SRS sound enhancement
  • Wi-Fi b/g/n
  • Bluetooth 2.1 with A2DP
  • Accelerometer for screen auto rotation
  • Office document editor
  • Facebook integration and cloud services
  • Built-in A-GPS receiver
  • Stereo FM Radio with RDS
  • Comes with HTC Hub and exclusive HTC apps
  • Voice-to-text functionality
  • Kickstand with trademark yellow accents
  • Great audio quality

HTC HD7 Main disadvantages:

  • High screen response time causes visible ghosting
  • Non-expandable storage
  • No lens protection
  • Quite heavy at 162 g (not that we mind)
  • Somewhat susceptible to the "antenna death grip" (signal drops by at least two bars)

WP7-specific limitations

  • No system-wide file manager
  • No Bluetooth file transfers
  • No USB mass storage mode
  • Limited third-party apps availability
  • No Flash (nor Silverlight) support in the browser
  • Too dependent on Zune software for file management and syncing
  • No video calls
  • New ringtones available only through the Marketplace
  • Music player lacks equalizer presets
  • No multitasking
  • No copy/paste
  • No DivX/XviD video support (automatic transcoding provided by Zune software)
  • No sign of free Bing maps Navigation so far
  • No internet tethering support
  • No handwriting recognition support
Thanks to for Technical Information.

Saturday, April 23, 2011

STC, Mobily and Zain are now offering 4 Halalas per MB

It has been started by Zain first of all. Zain has introduced a new data sim last week with free 300 MB internet. The price for this data sim was 30 SR. After utilizing your free data bundle of 300 megabyte every additional MB of internet will cost you 6 halala i.e 0.06 SR. Next to that Mobily has introduced even a better package. That was 300 MB in 30 SR sim and every additional MB costs 5 halala.

Next to that, Zain decreased the cost of 1 MB to just 4 halala and they decreased the price of Sim card to 20 SR. Again mobily tried to dominate this offer and they offered 500 MB of internet in Just 30 SR plus additional MB costs same 4 halala.

STC stayed away from this fight and they didn't offer anything. When 1 week passed and both mobily and Zain kept quite on more offers, STC has introduced a little different package. They offered 400 MB of internet data in just 25 SR plus additional MB costs same 4 halala like mobily and Zain.

Now all three of mobile operators in Saudi Arabia are providing the cheapest ever MB in Saudi Arabia. Once you buy the sim card in 20, 25 or 30 SR you could have internet at 4 halala per MB cost. I draw a comparison of intial free MBs and I found mobily is the cheapest among all three. As per my experience mobily's internet services are a lot better than all others.

Provider Package Name Initial Balance Price MB per 1SR
STC QUICKnet Light 400 MB 25 SR 16
mobily Connect 500 500 MB 30 SR 16.67
Zain Delight 300 MB 20 SR 15

These Sim cards are for data purposes. These sim cards cannot be used in your mobile for making or receiving calls.

You can also read one of my another post on How to Subscribe for Internet from your Mobile in KSA.

Get a prepaid QUICKnet Light SIM for only SR 25 with 400 MB free from STC

If you’re looking for internet that fulfills your daily needs at a reasonable price, STC offers you the prepaid QUICKnet Light SIM for only SR 25 with a free initial data allowance of 400 MB. Every additional MB used costs only 4 Halalas – without conditions or limitations. Enjoy internet at its best rate, only from STC

The service's features
  • Without conditions or limitations
  • Prepaid internet SIM
  • 400 MB for free
  • Only 4 Halalas for every additional MB
mobily's Connect 500

With "Connect 500" you'll pay per usage and enjoy the Internet with no constraints for SAR 30 only, in addition to an initial balance of 500 MB with no subscription or time limitation. After consuming the initial balance you'll be charged 4 halalas/MB.

Zain's Delight
Customers who would like to use internet on their computer, laptop or net book is given ample selection of packages based on their internet needs. Customer has the freedom to buy the Mobile Broadband SIM card only or buy the service along with the device of their choice (USB or Zain Fi)

  • Customers will receive the SIM card for FREE with the purchase of data package.Visit your nearest Zain Shop or Dealer to buy one!
  • For further inquires please visit your nearest Zain shop or call customer service on 0590000959 or 959 from your Zain line.
  • Customers can check the data balance by simply sending an SMS command BC to 700212 from their handset or USB Modem dashboard.

Wednesday, April 20, 2011

Jarir Bookstore offers HTC Wildfire for Free

Jarir Bookstore is recognized as the market leader in office supplies, school supplies, I.T. products and books and many Saudi cities. Jarir Bookstore is well reputed and highly respected in the kingdom among its customers and among the business community because it offers amazing offers for its customers in Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.

Currently Jarrir Bookstore is offering HTC Wildfire for Free with every purchase of HTC Desire Z, HTC Mozart and HTC HD7.I don't know if this is to end their stock of non-selling device or they are really showing their generosity to Saudi Arabian customers.

The offer is
  • Buy HTC Desire Z in SR 2699 and get an HTC Wildfire for free 
  • Buy HTC HD7 in SR 2699 and get an HTC Wildfire for free
  • Buy HTC Desire Z in SR 2499 and get an HTC Wildfire for free
The more special thing about this offer is even HTC Desire Z, HTC HD7 and HTC Mozart are discounted from their old prices 2999 SR, 3299 SR and 2999 SR respectively.

Nokia Ovi user will able to buy via Operator Billing in Saudi Arabia soon

Ovi Store is a leading mobile app store. Nokia mobile users can easily benefit from it by installing ovi app in their mobile handsets.Ovi Store has a variety of applications available, some of them paid and some of them are free. However soon Nokia Ovi users in Saudi Arabia will be able to buy paid apps via operator billing.

Nokia and Etisalat have announced that consumers across Middle East will soon be able to purchase content from the Ovi Store with billing directly to their mobile phone account. The service will either be charged as part of the customer's monthly bill for post paid accounts, or deducted from their Pre-Paid airtime credit.

In addition to operator billing through Etisalat, consumers will continue to have the existing payment option via credit card. The operator billing will be available in the UAE, Saudi Arabia and Egypt during 2011 and the cooperation will be extended to other Etisalat operations in the Middle East and Africa region going forward.

H.E. Mohammed Omran, Etisalat Chairman, said: "we are certainly delighted to partner with Nokia in driving the demand of high quality applications and technology. The growth in the applications industry and the readiness of today`s consumers to adopt new technologies is a ramp curve to pursue. Etisalat is always committed to invest in leading technology with significant players and leaders in the industry. Partnering with Nokia given their industry expertise and their global know-how will aid Etisalat Group to continue our growth and reinforce our position as a technological leader in the global market place. "

Thanks to Ian Mansfield

3G Multi SIM Service by STC is best of its kind

This unique service by ALJAWAL is designed to help you keep up with life’s increasing demands. With Multi SIM, you will stay connected with others without having to buy different mobile numbers. Now, you can get two additional SIM cards for your current mobile number providing the same services and benefits as the main SIM. You can use any of them in another mobile device, in the installed car mobile, or with a computer.

Service Features:
  • You can make calls, send SMS or MMS messages, and use all other services with any of the SIM cards at the same time.
  • You can receive calls and SMS messages only with the activated SIM card
  • Fax and data services will be available only with the original SIM
  • Regular call charges apply to all SIM cards alike
  • One SIM card can be activated while roaming
  • You can use any of the SIM cards at the same time If you’re a JAWALNet subscriber
Service Activation:

  • To activate the current SIM, enter the following: *123#
  • You cannot use one SIM card to activate another
  • To inquire about SIM cards, enter the following: *123*#
  • If you send an incorrect code, you will receive the following message: “Incorrect Syntax,
  • Please Try Again”.

Service Fees:

  • Initial fee (one time only): SR 50
  • Monthly subscription fee: SR 4

Tuesday, April 19, 2011

Download Free Universal Drivers Pack

Universal Drivers is a pack of 150000 Windows based hardware drivers.This pack is offered free of cost and without any kind of registrations. A one click download is offered by Virtual Zone Website. To download this pack please visit This URL and click on Download Link. Download size is 296 MB. It is in RAR format. To extract it you need WinRar software that is available for free.

More Discounts on Smartphones in KSA

Nasa Smart Devices is offering more discounts on top smartphones currently available in the market. This was published at Nasa Smart Devices's blog yesterday. Here are the offers.

Nasa Smart Devices is a leading Smartphone retailer and distributor in Saudi Arabia and Middle east. Nasa deals in top Smartphone brands like HTC, Apple iPhone, iPad and BlackBerry. Nasa Smart Devices has latest android based smartphones in Saudi Arabia. Nasa Smart Devices has showrooms in main Saudi cities like Riyadh, Al-Khobar, Jeddah, Makkah and Madina.
Here are special offers for leading smartphones of 2011. (Click to enlarge the flyer)

Undo certain Gmail actions in your mobile browser

Sometimes when I’m using Gmail on my phone, I delete a message by mistake or label it incorrectly. Sure I can fish the message out of my Trash or remove the label and apply the correct one, but that takes several steps. Even just a few seconds is usually enough time to catch those annoying mistakes.

Now when you use the Gmail mobile web app, you’ll have a small window of opportunity to undo four key actions: archive, delete, add or remove a label, or move a message/conversation.

When you take one of these actions, Gmail displays a yellow bar that recaps what you just did and allows you to undo it:

This bar stays in position even if you move to another screen (e.g. moving to ‘Menu’ from ‘Inbox’). If you don’t happen to catch your mistake in time, not to worry: all four actions can still be undone through other means (e.g. you can move a message from Trash back into your Inbox).

Try it out at in the browser of your Android or iOS device.

Update: 9:09am Pacific time 4/19/11 - This update is available for phones running Android or iOS, but not tablet devices with the two-pane Gmail UI. It is also now available for BlackBerry OS 6.0 phones.

Saturday, April 16, 2011

HTC Smartphone Prices in Saudi Riyals (April-2011)

Here are the prices of Latest HTC Smartphones in Saudi Arabia. Please note that I don't promise the availability of these devices in the market. These prices were taken from Jeddah Market.

HTC Smartphones

#Smartphone ModelPrice in Saudi Riyals
1HTC HD73299 SR
2HTC 7 Mozart2999 SR
3HTC HD22490 SR
4HTC HD mini1490 SR
5HTC Viva650 SR
5HTC Desire HD2790 SR
5HTC Desire Z2890 SR
5HTC Desire1999 SR
5HTC Legend1790 SR
5HTC Wildfire1290 SR

Friday, April 15, 2011

Listen to more languages in Google Translate for Android

(Cross-posted on the Google Translate blog)

Today we launched an update to Google Translate for Android that allows you to listen to translations in several more languages.

We’ve dramatically improved the quality of our spoken translations in over 15 languages, including Russian, Chinese and Portuguese, and added the ability to listen to three new languages: Japanese, Arabic and Korean. Text-to-speech is one of the most popular features of this mobile interface. Whether you’re learning how to say a foreign phrase, or trying to share information with someone in their language, simply tap the Speaker icon after doing a translation and you’ll hear the difference.

With today’s launch, Google Translate for Android supports translation between 58 languages and can speak translations in 24 languages. The application works on phones and tablets running Android 2.1 and above. To download Google Translate for Android, scan the QR code below, or visit us on the Android Market.

New Google News for Opera Mini

cross-posted from the Google News blog

While the Google News team has been hard at work redesigning our service for smartphones, we’ve also been thinking about our milllions of users around the world who access the web not from a smartphone, but from a feature phone, using Opera Mini as their browser.

So we have rolled out a redesigned Google News for Opera Mini in all 29 languages and 70 editions of Google News. This includes an enhanced homepage featuring richer snippets, thumbnail images, links to videos and section content without explicit navigation, a convenient search bar, comfortably spaced links and the ability to access your desktop personalization on your phone.

We hope that this will improve the news browsing experience for Opera Mini users around the world, including millions of people using a feature phone as the primary point of access for the web. See it here in the Indian Hindi and Nigerian English versions.


So, pick up your feature phone and point your Opera Mini browser to to catch up on news anytime and anywhere. For more information or to share your feedback with us, please visit our Help Center.

Posted by Arun Prasath, Tech Lead and Dimitris Meretakis, Product Manager

Wednesday, April 13, 2011

BlackBerry and iPhone Prices in Kingdom of Saudi Arabia

Here are the latest BlackBerry and iPhone Models prices in Saudi Arabian Market. These smartphones are available at different shops at Palestine Street Jeddah.Please note that you may find a variation of price from 10 SR to 50 SR at retail stores. Because these smartphones prices are renewed daily. These prices were takken on 10th April 2011. (I cannot gurranty availability of all devices and the prices.)

Mobile Phone Model Price
BlackBerry 8520 Silver 870 SR
BlackBerry 8520 870 SR
BlackBerry 9000 White 1370 SR
BlackBerry 9105 1020 SR
BlackBerry 9300 900 SR
BlackBerry 9550 1650 SR
BlackBerry 9700 White 1820 SR
BlackBerry 9700 Black 1740 SR
BlackBerry 9780 White 1700 SR
BlackBerry 9780 Black 1630 SR
BlackBerry 9800 2100 SR

Mobile Phone Model Price
iPhone 4 8GB 2150 SR
iPhone 4 16GB 2950 SR
iPhone 4 32 GB 3750 SR
iPad 16GB (3G) 2380 SR
iPad 16GB (WiFi) 1820 SR
iPad 32GB (3G) 2750 SR
iPad 64GB (3G) 3075 SR
iPod 8GB (3G) 875 SR
iPad2 16GB (WiFi) 3800 SR

Nokia Mobile Phone Prices in Saudi Arabia for April 2011

Here are the prices of Nokia Mobile Phone in Saudi Arabia. These prices are obviously in Saudi Riyals. A Saudi Riyal is normally has an exchange rate with US Dollar like this.
1 USD = 3.75 SR.

These prices have been collected from Palestine Street Jeddah. You can visit any good Mobile Phone retail store in Al-Ameer Center to buy any of the following devices with following prices.

Mobile Phone Model Price
Nokia 1280 90 SR
Nokia 1616 120 SR
Nokia 1661 130 SR
Nokia 1800 115 SR
Nokia 2220 180 SR
Nokia 2330 180 SR
Nokia 2323 210 SR
Nokia 2600 200 SR
Nokia 2630 245 SR
Nokia 2690 220 SR
Nokia 2700 265 SR
Nokia 2710 420 SR
Nokia 2720 220 SR
Nokia 2730 300 SR

Mobile Phone Model Price
Nokia 5030 130 SR
Nokia 5220 420 SR
Nokia 5130 320 SR
Nokia 5230 570 SR
Nokia 5235 760 SR
Nokia 5250 470 SR
Nokia 5330 640 SR
Nokia 5530 695 SR
Nokia 5730 920 SR
Nokia 5630 720 SR
Nokia 5800 800 SR
Nokia 5800 China 700 SR

Mobile Phone Model Price
Nokia 6085 325 SR
Nokia 6120 510 SR
Nokia 6303 410 SR
Nokia 6303i 435 SR
Nokia 6700 Slide 610 SR
Nokia 6700 Gold  1400 SR
Nokia 6700 Classic 710 SR
Nokia 6710 935 SR
Nokia 6730 710 SR
Nokia 6760 785 SR

Mobile Phone Model Price
Nokia C1 110 SR
Nokia C1-01 200 SR
Nokia C2-01 365 SR
Nokia C3 420 SR
Nokia C3-1 660 SR
Nokia C5 Hungary 540 SR
Nokia C5 China 525 SR
Nokia C5-03 730 SR
Nokia C6 930 SR
Nokia C6-01 1280 SR
Nokia C7 White 1220 SR
Nokia C7 Black 1200 SR
Nokia X2 355 SR
Nokia X2-01 370 SR
Nokia X3 Hungary 460 SR
Nokia X3 China 450 SR
Nokia X3-2 545 SR
Nokia X6 (8GB) 940 SR
Nokia X6 (16GB) Hungary 1030 SR

Mobile Phone Model Price
Nokia 7020 330 SR
Nokia 7230 Pink 415 SR
Nokia 7230 Graphite 410 SR
Nokia 7310 405 SR
Nokia 7500 Finland 510 SR
Nokia 7610 510 SR

Mobile Phone Model Price
Nokia E5 Black + White 710 SR
Nokia E5 Brown + Silver 715 SR
Nokia E7 2500 SR
Nokia E52 780 SR
Nokia E52 Gold 880 SR
Nokia E63 Hungary 665 SR
Nokia E66 Red 800 SR
Nokia E66 White 810 SR
Nokia E66 Gray 800 SR
Nokia E66 Black 760 SR
Nokia E71 White + Red 885 SR
Nokia E71 Gray + Black 820 SR
Nokia E72 White + Bluetooth Gift 1140 SR
Nokia E72 Amethyst 1010 SR
Nokia E72 Brown + Gray  1010 SR
Nokia E72 Black 1020 SR
Nokia E75 860 SR

Mobile Phone Model Price
Nokia N8 Black + Silver 1770 SR
Nokia N8 Blue + Orange 1770 SR
Nokia N8 Green 1720 SR
Nokia N900 1570 SR
Nokia N95 Korean (1GB) 1120 SR
Nokia N97 Finland 1390 SR
Nokia N97 China 1370 SR
Nokia N97 mini Finland 1250 SR
Nokia N97 mini China 1235 SR

Monday, April 11, 2011

Nokia Mobile Prices in Pakistan April 2011

Nokia Mobile Phone Prices for Pakistan for the Month of April, 2011. You can find a variation of Price between Rs 200 to 500 in different cities on different Mobile models.

NOKIA 1280
Rs  1850
NOKIA 1616
Rs  2250
NOKIA 1800
Rs  2450
NOKIA 2700
Rs  6500
NOKIA 5130
Rs  7900
Rs  2400
NOKIA C-1.01
Rs  4250
Rs  10,000
Rs  8600
Rs  7850
Rs  11200
NOKIA 5233
Rs  11500
NOKIA 5250
Rs  10800
NOKIA 7020
Rs  7530
NOKIA 7230
Rs  10250

Tuesday, April 5, 2011

See your location history dashboard and more with Google Maps 5.3 for Android

Today, we’re happy to announce Google Maps 5.3 for Android, which lets you see your Google Location History dashboard, check in at “home,” and add your own aspects for places when rating them.

Location History dashboard
If you’ve enabled Location History for Google Latitude, you’ve been able to visualize interesting trends in your location history with a personal dashboard at on your computer. Now, you can also see your dashboard on your phone by tapping View location history from your Latitude profile. You’ll be able to see right on your phone how far you’ve travelled as well as an estimate of how much time you’ve spent at home, at work, or out.

If you haven’t yet, you can enable Location History from your computer or from Latitude’s Settings menu on your phone. Location History is 100% opt-in and is private to you and nobody else. You can always delete any of your location history from the Manage History tab or correct the estimated work and home locations from the dashboard on your computer.

View your location history dashboard from your Latitude profile on your phone and see estimates of where you’ve spent your time.

Check in at home
Now that you can see how much time you spend at “home”, you might want to let friends know when you’re there. Checking in at places using Latitude is another way to keep a history of places you’ve been and also lets you share when you’re there. I love letting friends and family know when I’m at a cafe or park, but sometimes I want them to know that I’m relaxing at home or made it back safely from a road trip. So now, I can start checking in at “home” in Latitude:
  1. Check in from Latitude and tap “Home - Tap to set your location” at the bottom of the nearby places list if you don’t have one yet.
  2. Use the estimated current address or enter in your home address yourself.
  3. Once you’ve checked in at home once, “Home” will appear at the top of the list when you’re checking in near there.

Like Latitude and other check-ins, checking in at home is entirely opt-in. Your set “home” location is not searchable and only you can check in there. Just like any other check-in, you can choose with whom to share your home check-ins (along with your name and address info).

Add your own aspects for places
When you’re rating places on the go in Maps using Google Places with Hotpot, you could always quickly leave feedback on a specific aspect or characteristic of a place, such as the food or ambiance. Before, we’d automatically include aspects about places that were commonly mentioned in reviews. Now, you can add your own aspects for each place. So if you think a place has a beautiful view or great music, you can add it yourself and quickly share it with the world.

When rating places, you can add your own aspects like “music” for places and leave quick feedback.

To get started, update Google Maps from Android Market on devices with Android OS 1.6+ anywhere Google Maps and Latitude are already available.

Saturday, April 2, 2011

Meow Me Now

Search using your location is extremely helpful while on the go. Today, we’re excited to announce Meow Me Now, a new feature that lets you find the kittens that are near you. You can find kittens either by searching for [kittens] on on your Android or iOS device, or by using the Near Me Now drop-down feature on the Google homepage.

Voice search to locate nearby kittens will also work on Android devices, and iOS devices with the Google Search App, so try meowing into your phone to find the kittens near you.

Posted by Yusuke Tabata, cat herder

Friday, April 1, 2011

Stay connected to the market, wherever you are

Mobile phones are great for keeping in touch with the latest information, but when there’s a lot of data to look at, a small screen can be a drawback. For financial queries, where you might want to see stock quotes, the latest news, a market overview or portfolio details, we’ve just launched a new approach in Google search.

To try it out, go to on your iPhone or Android-powered device (2.1 or later) and search for your favourite stock ticker symbol.

The first thing you’ll see is an interactive graph shown on a card - you can switch views to different date ranges by tapping on the buttons below the graph.

If you swipe the card from right to left, you’ll get the latest financial news for the company.

Swipe again for a market overview, and if you’re logged in to your Google account and have created a Google Finance portfolio, a further swipe will show a summary of your stock portfolio. Give it a try on your mobile device now to see how it works.

This feature is available in English with support for more languages coming soon. We hope you enjoy it and find it useful.