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 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.
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.
For modder please delete this topic
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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.
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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.
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!