“What does all these mean? It means there is a very bright future for Nokia Symbian smartphones to be low cost with 3G connectivity without relying on expensive 2G, all they need to do is to improve their screen technology. New Technologies involved, I can insert midi, MP3, voice mail or photos with a limited file size(100kb) into SMS and sent by normal sms network. Next, I will try to insert a 20MB file into an MMS. I did it by separating voice calls into 3G GSM networks, and everything else into 3G HSPA/CDMA networks.” – Contributed by Oogle.
My Nokia C2-00 Dual Simm Smartphone
I have totally modified the software for my Symbian phone.
It now functions totally as a smartphone with all application working perfectly, running on 3G while I have disabled 2G(WAP), everything now uses my 3G data bundle including MMS, Voice Messages, Browser, Facebook etc.
I can connect via 3G without GPRS.
I can sent and receive MMS/Flash/Voice messages
I can view photos.
I can play MP3.
I can play 3GP videos.
Not only that I can also login to;
Opera Mini browser without issue.
And my add ons are:
To do list
Without any problems.
I even have bluetooth to connect a wireless headset or computer.
I can even backup all my contacts lists/messages/photos/music/videos via Nokia Ovi Suite.
Download Nokia Maps app to use for navigation.
Imagine a S$125 mobile can do all that on Symbian OS.
Therefore any Nokia smartphones on Symbian OS can also do the same.
Will it be the only perfect smartphone on such a low budget?
“Nokia shares will raise as much as 20% next week, the perfect smartphone as low as $100 I have managed to customise where there is no competition against. There is no reason for me to hack or steal anything because I can create so much money myself nobody in the world can to access unlimited resources.”
– Contributed by Oogle.