Nokia P1 smartphone leaked: Watch the concept video, design and specifications

This next smartphone by Nokia will feature a 5.3-inch IGZO display and a refreshing rate of 1 to 120 Hz alongside a Corning Gorilla Glass on top. The smartphone is expected to run Android Nougat 7.0 and powered by the Snapdragon 835 processor. NokiaPowerUser had earlier reported that Nokia China had confirmed on Weibo that the company has been working on a smartphone which will containt the Snapdragon 835. The phone will have 6GB of RAM and a battery of 3,500 mAh power along with the QuickCharge 4 technology. The device will also contain an Ultrasonic fingerprint reader.

The source code for Symbian ^ 3 has been leaked

The full sourcecode for Symbian^3 has been released, unofficially, together with the bootloader for Nokia devices running the OS, opening the door to other platforms being installed on the company’s phones. The source, shared at DailyMobile, means that enterprising hackers could eventually install Android, Windows Phone 7 or other platforms onto Nokia hardware.

 

Guys today i post the full sourcecode of symbian^3
I hope it will be useful to modders to be able to create new mod and finally unlock the bootloader or change the system clock.

EDIT:

This Source code have done too much fuss,and nokia want to remove the access to database at some developer,so for now i delete all the file hoping to calm the waters.
If some modder need this source for make a mod,just ask me via P.M. o via email.

P.S.
For modder please delete this topic

Choose, Compare your smartphone with online tools

1. Phonesize.com is an excellent online tool that lets you see the actual size of a phone on your computer screen. An interesting part is that you can compare any phone and model with others in real time.

The service has a large database of most popular smart phones. Just enter the site, simply select phone model from the selection box. To remove one, click the remove button underneath it.

2. Sizeeasy is another excellent service that helps you visualize and compare product size when shopping online.

3. DemoAnywhere is another service that provides virtual handsets, and provides interactive tutorials and demos.

If you considering to buy a new phone online and if size is a matter, I am sure  the above three services will certainly help you.

Flexible Paper Phone

Though we saw another paper phone not to long ago, but the latest paper phone we’re seeing is much more high tech. Like the Kindle, it uses an E-Ink display and works by bending the phone into different positions to make calls, use apps, and listen to music.

Created by research teams at Queen’s University in Canada and Arizona State University, the 9.5-centimeter (diagonal) screen is actually a lightweight flexible display. It’s said to feel similar to a bendable piece of plastic.

Its thin body resembles that of a paper document, but, according to the video below, underneath the screen is a “flexible printed circuit with resistive bend circuits,” which are used to identify the bending of the display screen. The user actually chooses the shape for each function. For example, you can choose to bend the upper-right corner to make a call, or bend the lower left to listen to music. These shapes are then recorded into the software, and when repeated, they send the appropriate action to the device.

Ookla: AT&T iPhone 4 Faster than Verizon in 3G Tests

AT&T lost its exclusivity grip on the on the iPhone 4 when Verizon started carrying the Apple device earlier this month, but if it comes as any consolation, the wireless carrier won Ookla’s head-to-head broadband tests, Wired reports. You may recog…

AT&T lost its exclusivity grip on the on the iPhone 4 when Verizon started carrying the Apple device earlier this month, but if it comes as any consolation, the wireless carrier won Ookla’s head-to-head broadband tests, Wired reports. You may recognize Ookla as the team behind Speedtest.net, an online broadband metric. Ookla recently turned its attention to the iPhone 4 by compiling data from iPhone users who downloaded and ran the mobile version of Speedtest.

The average download speed on AT&T, as represented by 43,000 AT&T iPhone 4 owners, was 1,769Kbps and the average upload speed was 730Kbps. The former is twice as fast as was reported by Verizon’s 14,000 customers, whose average download speed was 848Kbps (average upload was 506Kbps).

“I think that’s the story I expected to see,” said Doug Sutties, co-founder of Ookla. “Verizon has never talked up their speed, but they always talk up their coverage and reliability. I think the story is quality versus throughput. What are you after?”

Good question, and we’ll pass it on to you. Which do you value more? Sound off in the comments section below!

Sleek Smartphone Antenna Booster Review: The Dropped Call Eater [Review]

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Top 5 Best AntiVirus (Mobile Security Software) for Smartphones

Mobiles have become the real personal computers with important private data like contacts, emails, photos etc stored on them. Till now mobiles have not been targeted aggressively by viruses, malwares and spywares. But McAfee Labs, in its 2011 Threats Predictions report, predicts that 2011 will be a turning point for threats to mobile devices. The... Read More…

Mobiles have become the real personal computers with important private data like contacts, emails, photos etc stored on them. Till now mobiles have not been targeted aggressively by viruses, malwares and spywares. But McAfee Labs, in its 2011 Threats Predictions report, predicts that 2011 will be a turning point for threats to mobile devices.

The reality of this threat has already been witnessed in the android malware that surfaced in the Chinese app market. That makes it extremely critical to get an anti-virus software that can protect your mobile against any such attack. Following is the list of the Top 5 Antivirus for Smartphones (not in any order) based on their popularity and features.

Kaspersky Mobile Security:

Kaspersky is one of the most trusted Anti Virus for Computers. They now have antivirus software for smartphones as well, known as ‘Kaspersky Mobile Security’.

Key Features of Kaspersky Mobile Security:

1. Privacy Protection: Make contacts, SMSs, call logs etc private.

2. Locate a lost or stolen smartphone via GPS tracking

3. Encrypt folders and files and remotely wipe or block your phone if it gets stolen or lost.

4. Protect you smartphone from malware and network attacks.

5. Block unwanted calls and SMSs.

Available for following platforms:

1. Symbian OS (Nokia smartphones only)

2. Microsoft Windows Mobile 5.0, 6.0, 6.1, 6.5

Pricing:

1. $29.95 for 1  Phone / 1 year

2. Trial: 30 Day Fully Functional

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F-Secure Mobile Security

F-Secure makes one the best mobile antivirus and mobile security software. It is regarded as light weight fast and effective.

Key features of F-Secure Mobile Security:

1. Complete security solution with automatic updates

2.  Safeguard personal and confidential data

3.  Identifies dangerous and harmful websites and protects your identity online

4.  Remote Data protection in case the phone gets lost or stolen

5.  Robust protection against virus and malwares

Available for following platforms:

1. Android 1.6, 2.x

2.  Symbian S60 3rd and 5th Edition

3.  Microsoft Windows Mobile 6 and 5.

Pricing:

1. € 39,95 per year / per mobile

2. You can get a 180 days free license by liking its Facebook page (5000 Licenses only).

Screenshots:

BullGuard Mobile Security

BullGuard Mobile Security is also one of the good mobile security softwares around. It is one of the very few software which is available for all major mobile OS like Android, Blackberry, Symbian and Windows Mobile. It supports all popular phones from Nokia, HTC, BlackBerry, Sony Ericsson, Samsung, Motorola and others.

Key features of BullGuard Mobile Security 10:

1. Real time detection and removal of virus and spyware which can be delivered by SMS, email, browsing, Bluetooth or Infrared.

2. Antitheft feature which locks the device remotely and tracks the device via GPS. All data can be wiped of remotely in case of theft.

3. Built in Parental controls

4. Firewall and Spam filters

5. Basic backup to save contacts and calendar online and recover them in case of damage or loss.

Available for following platforms:

1. Android (2.0 and higher)

2. Symbian OS Series 60 3rd and 5th edition

3. Microsoft Windows Mobile 6.0 and above

4. Blackberry (4.2 and higher)

Pricing:

1. $29.95 for 1  Phone / 1 year

2. Get a 180 day free license by liking their Facebook page (5000 Licenses only)

Screenshots:

AVG Antivirus


ANTIVIRUSfree from DroidSecurity (Now a Part of AVG) is the most popular Antivirus for Android Devices.

Key features of ANTIVIRUSFree:

1. Whole device scan and virus removal in one click

2. Check apps for malware before downloading them from app stores

3. Check website content, emails and SMS for malware before downloading them

4. Theft protection by locating the lost device via GPS

5. Create and display message on screen remotely

6. Lock device and wipe out all data remotely.

7. Protection from SMS spammers

Available for following platforms:

1. Only Android

Pricing:

1. ANTIVIRUSFree is free

2. ANTIVIRUSPro: $9.99

Screenshots:

Lookout Mobile Security

Lookout Mobile Security is one of the new entrants in Antivirus and Mobile Security game. It is focused only on Mobile Security Software. It comes in a Free and Pro version.

Key features of Lookout Mobile Security:

1.  Protects against threats including malware, spyware and apps that violate your privacy.

2. Privacy control that enables you to find, configure and control how apps access you private data.

3.  Ability to lock you phone remotely from the web in case of loss or theft.

4.  Wipe out all data from phone and memory card remotely.

5. Schedule automatic backup of your phone data online which can be restored anytime.

6. Locate you phone via GPS if it goes missing

Available for following platforms:

1. Android

2. Blackberry

3. Windows Mobile

Pricing:

1.  Free Version

2.  Premium version for $29.99 per year

Screenshots:

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Nasty Android Trojan Spotted in the Wild

Security firm Lookout warns that a new Trojan affecting Android devices has emerged in China. It’s being called “Geinimi” and it’s capable of compromising a “significant amount of personal data” harvested from a user’s phone, which is then sent to remo…

Security firm Lookout warns that a new Trojan affecting Android devices has emerged in China. It’s being called “Geinimi” and it’s capable of compromising a “significant amount of personal data” harvested from a user’s phone, which is then sent to remote servers.

“The most sophisticated Android malware we’ve seen to date, Geinimi is also the first Android malware in the wild that displays botnet-like capabilities,” Lookout says. “Once the malware in installed on a user’s phone, it has the potential to receive commands from a remote server that allow the owner of that server to control the phone.”

Right now it’s being distributed via legitimate applications (mostly games) in third-party Chinese Android app markets, though Lookout warns it could be packaged into apps in other geographic regions, too.

Get the full scoop here.

AT&T Subscribers to Follow iPhone to Verizon

Unless all the rumors turn out to be hogwash, then perhaps the worst kept secret in Silicon Valley is that Apple’s iPhone is headed to Verizon. So then the question is, who cares?
Well, AT&T subscribers, for one. According Piper Jaffray analyst Gen…

Unless all the rumors turn out to be hogwash, then perhaps the worst kept secret in Silicon Valley is that Apple’s iPhone is headed to Verizon. So then the question is, who cares?

Well, AT&T subscribers, for one. According Piper Jaffray analyst Gene Munster, AT&T runaways will make up the majority of early adopters for the iPhone on Verizon, CNet reports.

Munster reckons the iPhone will head to Verzion in the first half 2011, and if it does, he sees the wireless carrier adding some 2.5 million iPhones all by itself, while at the same time siphoning around 6.5 million iPhone subscribers from AT&T. Should it play out that way, AT&T will see its iPhone sales drop by 30 percent next year alone, while it’s conceivable that many more will jump ship once their contracts expire.

In other words, the impending release of the iPhone on Verizon’s network is bad news for AT&T, which Consumer Reports readers recently ranked as the worst carrier in the U.S.