Updating java nokia 770
If you read the comments on the Nokia 770 Review – mobile internet without holding a PDA brick to your ear, you’ll see that the following themes pop out: – The need for a full browser : the default one (Opera mobile) doesn’t play well with Ajax, so you’re hoping that there is a functional HTML only website version available (e.g.
there is for Google mail , but for a lot of other websites you’re sunk). – Skype rather than just plain VOIP for free telephone calls.
Introduction The first thing that strikes you from the Nokia 770 is its sleek appearance and small size.
The device has two zoom/volume buttons, an on/off button (loads an alert asking if you would like to lock the buttons, go to offline mode or switch off the device), a fullscreen/windowing button (some applications can render in full screen), a D-pad navigation system, an Escape button, a "menu" button and a Home button that switches to the main desktop view (or cycles between open windows when pressed and hold).
The N770 features a 4.13" 65k color LCD that is able to deliver the very respectable 800x480 resolution which is a good resolution to browse most web sites today (even if and moved to 1024x768 these days).
The N770 users a 250 TI ARM CPU, 64 MB of RAM and 128 MB of flash storage (64MB available for the user).
European owners of the Nokia E71 can now update their smartphones with the latest firmware version that brings a whole raft of improvements.
The update brings along new applications, camera improvements, bug fixes, localization improvements and new themes.