• Main camera sensor: 6.7 megapixels
  • Flash type: LED flash 
  • Display size: 4.3''
  • Processor name: Qualcomm Snapdragon™ S4
  • Maximum 3G talk time: 13.4h
  • Maximum 3G standby time: 520h
  • Music playback time: 79h
  • Display technology: IPS, ClearBlack 
  • Touch screen technology: Super-sensitive touch 
  • USB: USB 2.0 
  • Bluetooth: Bluetooth 3.0 
  • NFC: NFC sharing, NFC pairing, NFC tagging
  • Wireless charging: Yes, with accessory cover 
  • RAM: 512 MB 
  • Mass memory: 8 GB 
  • Maximum memory card size: 64 GB 
  • Software release: Windows Phone 8 
  • Location technologies: Magnetometer, A-GPS, Glonass
  • Secondary camera - other features: Video recording, Still image capture, Video call, HD 1.3 MP wide angle, Glam Me Lens

Sony Xperia™ tipo



Camera and video

  • 3.2-megapixel camera
  • 4x digital zoom
  • Video recording
  • Image playback, supported formats: BMP, GIF, JPEG, PNG, WBMP
  • Image capture, supported format: JPEG
  • Video playback, supported formats: 3GPP, MP4
  • Video recording, supported formats: 3GPP, MP4
  • Touch capture

Connectivity and communication

  • USB High speed 2.0 and Micro USB support
  • WiFi and WiFi Hotspot functionality
  • Synchronisation via Exchange ActiveSync and Google Sync
  • aGPS
  • WebKit web browser with Pan & zoom
  • Bluetooth technology
  • Native USB tethering
  • Handwriting recognition


  • Internal phone storage: 2.9 GB MB (up to 2,2 GB user-accessible memory)
  • RAM: 512 MB
  • Expansion slot: microSD™, up to 32GB


  • TrackID music recognition
  • xLOUD Experience – audio filter technology from Sony
  • FM Radio with RDS
  • 3.5 mm audio jack for headphones
  • Audio playback, supported formats: MP3, 3GPP, MP4, SMF, WAV, OTA, Ogg vorbis
  • Audio recording, supported formats: 3GPP, MP4, AMR
  • 3D and Motion gaming
  • Facebook™ application
  • Sony Entertainment Network (selected markets only)

Display and design

  • 3.2”, 480 x 320 pixels 262 000 colour TFT
  • Capacitive touchscreen on-screen QWERTY keyboard
  • Shatter-proof sheet on scratch-resistant PMMA

Pre-loaded applications

  • Google Voice Search
  • Google Talk
  • Google Mail
  • Google Maps with Street View and Latitude


  • GSM GPRS/EDGE 850, 900, 1800, 1900
  • UMTS HSPA 900, 2100 (Global except Americas)
  • UMTS HSPA 850, 1900, 2100 (Americas)


Nokia 808 PureView

The Details        The Details

Display Size

WLAN support

  • WEP
  • WPA
  • 802.11b/g/n
  • WPA2

Local connectivity

Bluetooth Stereo Audio
Bluetooth 3.0

Total user memory

16 GB mass memory, expandable with micro-SD card up to 48 GB (max 32 GB cards)  

SDRAM memory

512  MB

Main camera

Primary camera sensor size

41 megapixel camera sensor with Nokia Pureview Pro imaging technology and Carl Zeiss optics  

Camera resolution height

5368  pixels

Camera resolution width

7728  pixels


Carl Zeiss  

Camera Focus Type

Auto focus  

Camera F number/aperture


Camera minimum focus range

15  cm

Camera focal length

8  mm

Flash type

Xenon flash  

Image capturing

Photos viewed by

  • Tag cloud
  • Month
  • Album
  • Slide show

Secondary camera

Secondary camera resolution height
Secondary camera resolution width
Secondary camera F number/aperture
Secondary camera image format
Main video camera
Camera video resolution width
Camera video resolution height
Video Recording
Camera video frame rate
Local video playback
480  pixels
640  pixels

1920  pixels
1080  pixels
HD (1280x720), 20-30 fps  
30  frames per second
30  frames per second

Sales Package

  • Nokia 808 PureView
  • Nokia AC-50 MicroUSB Charger
  • Nokia Charging and Data Cable CA-190CD
  • Nokia stereo Headset WH-209
  • NFC info card
  • Nokia Wrist Strap Black
  • Quick Guide, User Guide and Product information leaflet

  • 10 Tips for a Longer Battery Life on your Phone
1. Power Save
Starting with the most obvious, depending on the model, your phone may have a built-in power-save mode which is always a great battery saver.
2. 3G/Bluetooth/Wi-Fi
Who would buy a smartphone without 3G? Yeah, I didn’t think so. Even so, just because we have 3G, it doesn’t mean that we have to use it all the time. When you’re not using it – turn it off, or alternatively use GPRS. The same goes for Wi-Fi and Bluetooth when not using them.
3. Reduce multi-tasking
Multi-tasking on a smartphone is very useful, but it also drains the battery, especially if you’re running a very active Twitter client! A quick and easy way of minimizing this is by using App Stop, which will instantly close all of your running apps – if you’re interested you can download it for free from the Ovi Store.
4. Reduce the brightness
The brightness of your screen has a huge impact on battery usage. Try turning down the brightness on your screen to save power.
5. Keep things cool
Lithium Poly Ion (or Li-Poly) batteries have allowed for up to 40% more battery capacity than previous batteries of the same size, but while that means more talk-time you need to keep them at the optimum temperature (usually around room temperature) and away from hot places which may drain the battery.
6. Noise Control
If you do have your phone set to ring, then try turning down the volume a few notches, the same goes for message tones.
7.  E-mail addict?
Turning off push email or reducing the frequency of email refreshes will mean less use of data and less use of your battery power!
8. Back to black
Did you know that AMOLED screens use a lot less battery power when displaying black rather than white? So, changing your background colour to black could save valuable minutes of battery!
9. Bad Vibrations
Vibrations aren’t necessarily bad, they’re just not efficient! It’s one of the most power consuming features on a mobile phone, so ask yourself, do you really need it?
10. Battery Life Extender
OK, so we might be cheating here a bit but there is an app you can download from the Ovi Store called Battery Life Extender. It’s free and can extend the stand-by time on your phone by up to 30%. It does this by simply tweaking the settings on your mobile.
We hope you found these useful. There are plenty more tips and tricks to prolonging your battery life, we just need to you to let us know what they are. Share away!


Here are several steps and methods you can use to try and save your wet cell phone.

**Obviously the first step is to remove the phone from whatever liquid it was immersed in. Next remove the battery as soon as possible. I can’t overstate how important this step is. The phone is an electronic device and electricity and water do not mix. Leaving the battery in will cause short circuits and damage the phone. If your phone has a SIM card remove that too. Wipe off any excess water with a towel paper or otherwise.
The bad news; it is likely that your battery has been damaged. The good news; most batteries can be replaced for a reasonable price and are certainly cheaper than a new phone. Do not heat the battery under any circumstances; they can explode!
**Try putting the phone in the refrigerator. This may sound strange because most of us associate heat with the drying process. Actually the refrigerator cools things by drawing moisture out of things. Do not put the phone in the freezer as this can damage the LCD (Liquid crystal display) After 30 minutes or so, take it out for about 10 minutes, and repeat until the phone is dry.
**One of the simplest methods is to place the phone on top of a TV, or vent from a cable box or a device which emits a low heat. This can take up to 3 days but it’s better than having to shell out the bucks for a new phone.
**If your accident happens outdoors miles away from home the simplest way to dry a phone is to place the phone on the dashboard. The car should be parked in a place that gets plenty of sun. After about 2 hours check to see if the screen is fogged. If its still foggy put it back on the dash, if not try putting in the battery and boot up the phone.
**Another common method used to save a wet cell phone is to place the phone in a container of rice. Remember how Grandma put grains of rice in the salt shaker to keep the salt dry. Rice can absorb an incredible amount of moisture.
**Other methods along this line involve putting the phone in a sock or pantyhose and placing in a container with silica sand or the new crystal kind of cat litter. On the average these methods take about 3 days to be effective.
Try using a compressed air can like the ones sold at computer stores. Hold the can STRAIGHT (holding the can sideways, upside down, or at an angle, will discharge a freezing liquid damaging your phone further) Shoot the air into speaker, mic, keypad, and hard to reach crevices.
**One of the easiest methods to save a wet cell phone is to use a plain old hair dryer. This method is somewhat controversial. Some sources say that the heat from a hair dryer is too hot. Most hair dryers have a low heat setting and this is the one that should always be used. If the low heat setting on your hair dryer is too hot it is better to use another method. If your phone was dropped in salt water or water containing an excessive amount of minerals you will have to take some special steps. Salt water will crystallize causing its own set of problems.
**You may use alcohol or distilled water to flush out contaminants. If you use alcohol it must be at least 95% denatured alcohol. Rubbing alcohol is only 70% and not effective. Be sure to check what the alcohol is denatured with. Do not use anything other than methanol. Any other kind of alcohol can damage your phone. Rinse the phone with alcohol and dry. Alcohol is flammable so this should be done outside or in a well ventilated area.
**Another way to remove salts and minerals from a wet cell phone is to use distilled water. While not as effective as alcohol, distilled water will dilute minerals and salts. The idea is to get the salts and minerals off the copper parts in the phone before they corrode.

 Baby Mobile for Kids

At Infocom the second best gadget after Nokia E7 was Baby Mobile, a brand new concept mobile by C2K Communications which helps you kid calling you back with just one touch button and it includes location tracking using GPS so you know where your kid is at.The price is estimated within 4000 INR.
Feature list :
  • Children Positioning Inquiry : Parents can specify certain time for baby mobile phone to notify the positions of children.
  • One Key press to call important numbers to Dad, Mom or Uncle.
  • An important security feature of this baby phone is that nobody can call your kid unless the number is fed into the mobile. The count of such phone numbers is set to 50 Max.
  • Limits the time duration when children can talk on phone to prevent from spending too much time on the phone.
  • School Time Shielding : Parents can switch to silent mode according to time period of their classes but the kids get notified about missed calls and message etc.
  • This mobile comes with Software which can be installed on your PC and you can feed in the number, track, and also configure a do not disturb mode.
  • It also has Anti Theft tracing and Restricted Power Off Facility.

Nokia First Dual SIM Phone The C1

Nokia has finally ventured into the dual SIM market. They have launched the new Nokia C1 that is an entry-level mobile phone and is available at a very reasonable price of about Rs.1900. it operates on the Series 30 interface. Another highlight of the new Nokia C1 is that it features a standby time of up to six weeks.
Both SIM cards can be of GSM 900 / 1800 networks. The dimensions if the phone are 107.1 mm x 45 mm x 15 mm, and the volume is about 63 cc with a weight of a about 72.9 grams. It comes with a 1.8-inch TFT display that can display up to 65K colors at a resolution of about 128 x 160 pixels. It features a 3.5 mm audio jack. The internal memory of the phone can support up to 500 phonebook entries and can store up to 20 dialed, 20 received, 20 missed calls in its call record. It comes with an integrated FM radio and comes with a few pre-installed games as well. It is available in Medium Blue, Red, Light Gray and Sea Green colours. The dual SIM phone does not support dual standby though. It also has a LED Flashlight. And last but not least is its talk time which is about 13 hours which is provided by a 1020 mAh lithium ion battery. 

Reliance Mobile and HTC launch the 3G Android Phone HTC 
                              Wildfire in India

HTC Wildfire Features
  • Processor: Qualcomm® MSM7225-1, 528 MHz
  • Operating system: Android™ 2.1 with HTC Sense
  • Memory ROM: 512 MB Flash RAM: 384 MB
  • Dimensions: 10.66 cm (L) x 6.09 cm (W) x 1.21 cm (T)
  • Display: 3.2-inch QVGA 262k colour TFT capacitive touch screen
  • Network: HSPA/UMTS dual band (900/2100mhz); GSM/GPRS/EDGE: 850/900/1800/1900 (Band frequency, 3G network availability, and data speed are operator dependent.)
  • Connectivity: Bluetooth® 2.1 with Enhanced Data Rate
  • Camera: 5 megapixel colour camera with auto focus and LED flash GPS GPS/AGPS
  • Battery: 1300 mAh rechargeable lithium- ion battery
  • Special features: Proximity sensor, G-sensor, Digital compass, Light sensor, FM radio, Optical joystick
  • Users can download and install various applications from the Android Market with a single click
“Social networks have really caught on the fancy of today’s young generation, who like to stay seamlessly connected with each other even while on-the-go,” said Ajay Sharma, Country Head, and HTC India. “The stylishly designed HTC Wildfire combined with the HTC Sense experience bring all your communication requirements into one place, whether it’s through Facebook, Orkut, Twitter, Flickr, text messages, images or email, ensuring that one is never far away from the conversation and always close to one’s friends.”
“We are proud to further our association with a telecom leader like Reliance Communications who share our commitment of ushering in the latest innovation for Indian mobile phone user”, Ajay added.
“The launch of HTC Wildfire is in line with our strategy to offer next-generation service on mobile phones enabled with superior voice clarity, hi-speed wireless data network access and ultra-fast application downloads to Reliance Mobile customers”, said Mr. Mahesh Prasad President Marketing – Wireless Business, Reliance Communications.
“Empowering Reliance Mobile customers to access work and personal information on the move in addition to a host of fun applications, the feature-rich HTC Wildfire is a powerful Android powered 3G smartphone which will protect customers’ interest in the mobile phone once the 3G network and services are launched by RCOM,” Mr. Prasad added.

Reliance Mobile / HTC Wildfire Price & Availability

The phone is available for a MOP of Rs. 16,590 and Reliance Mobile customers will get 500MB of data usage per month free for 6 months.



These codes will work on most Nokia Mobile Phones

To activate EFR (Enhanced Full Rate) Enter the code- *3370#
This improves call quality but decreases batterylife by about 5%
To deactivate it, Enter the code- #3370#
*#4720# / *#4720# Activate / Deactivate Half Rate Codec - Your phone uses a lower quality sound but you should gain approx 30% more Talk Time 

*#7220# / *#7230# Enable / Disable PCCCPH support (faster GPRS)
To check the phones Software revision type- *#0000#
Information you get from the Software revision-
V 05.31
1ST Line  = Software revision
2ND Line = The date of the software release
3RD Line = Phone type
Nokia Codes Tips and Tricks - To check the IMEI (International Mobile Equipment Identity) Type-  *#06# - 
Information you get from the IMEI-
    TAC      FAC     SNR      SP
TAC = Type approval code
FAC = Final assembly code
SNR = Serial number
SP    = Spare
*#67705646# Removes operator logo on 3310 & 3330
*#7760# Manufacturers code 
*#7780# Restore factory settings 
*#8110# Software version for the nokia 8110 
To enter the service menu type-
*#92702689# (*#WAR0ANTY#)
Serial number (IMEI)
Production date (MM/YY)
Purchase date (MM/YY) You can only enter the date once.
Date of last repair (0000=No repair)
Transfer user data to another Nokia phone via Infra-Red
Clock Stopping 
If you short-circuit theleft middle and right pins on the bottom of the phone with all connections touching each other, the Nokia software hangs! The profile "Headset" will be activated. Before you do this just activate the "Automatic Answer" in the headset profile and set the ringing volume to "Mute". Now you can use your phone for checking out what people are talking about in a room. Just place it under a table in a room and call it. The phone receives the call without ringing and you can listen to what people are saying.

hope u might have found something useful for you frnds..........