Nokia 6102 Camera Phone with Cingular service

Nokia 6102 Camera Phone with Cingular service

Was using AT&T until they were acquired by Cingular. Been using this service 3-1/2 years and I've never had a dropped call! Just switched to the camera phone and I love it! Still trying to figure out all the features.

  • Shoot like you're used to even when your camera isn't at your side!!

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  • This 3G phone may be the hottest thing since the iPhone. Customizable homepage, qwerty keyboard, resistive touch screen, orientation sensor, proximity sensor, video recording up to 1 hr per clip, music playback, direct media downl... This 3G phone may be the hottest thing since the iPhone. Customizable homepage, qwerty keyboard, resistive touch screen, orientation sensor, proximity sensor, video recording up to 1 hr per clip, music playback, direct media downloads, up to 32 GB internal memory + 16GB memory card, email, PIM (calendar, todos, notes, detailed contacts), view word docs, excel, pdf, powerpoint, connect to the real internet with a full web browser (flash 3.0 Lite, flash videos, javascript support) rss reader and so much more. If this thing performs well with all of these features...Nokia is going to be killing the game, except for the hefty price.

  • Use these step-by-step directions to share special holiday memories with your family and friends.

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  • This is a site where photographers can create their own page, post photos, exchange ideas and share their experiences.

  • I really do love my Exilim... and I'm so psyched to hear that there has been more development in the merging of digital cameras and phones. Taking it from just a "camera phone" to be something like a "digital-camera-slash-phone".... I really do love my Exilim... and I'm so psyched to hear that there has been more development in the merging of digital cameras and phones. Taking it from just a "camera phone" to be something like a "digital-camera-slash-phone". The camera on this phone has 8 MP, the most I've ever heard of on any phone.

  • Print wirelessly from a computer or camera phone and/or print directly from a Pict-Bridge enabled camera. Print text, color graphics and photos. And, with the addition of a two-sided print accessory, save paper by printing on bo... Print wirelessly from a computer or camera phone and/or print directly from a Pict-Bridge enabled camera. Print text, color graphics and photos. And, with the addition of a two-sided print accessory, save paper by printing on both sides of a page. Print your resume and thank-you notes. Save money printing photos at home. And create your own cards and gifts using HP's Creativity Center. All for just little more than $100.

  • Who said you can't take a stunning photo with your camera phone? This book was published by the National Geographic Society (a trusted source) and helps you learn photo tips, techniques, printing, displaying, and other info all in... Who said you can't take a stunning photo with your camera phone? This book was published by the National Geographic Society (a trusted source) and helps you learn photo tips, techniques, printing, displaying, and other info all in it's well illustrated pages. A fun gift that might actually teach you a thing or two.

  • You really can't accuse Nokia of failing to differentiate their range of S60 3rd Edition devices - each one has been wildly different from the rest, at least to the trained eye. The N73 has been widely touted as a natural successo... You really can't accuse Nokia of failing to differentiate their range of S60 3rd Edition devices - each one has been wildly different from the rest, at least to the trained eye. The N73 has been widely touted as a natural successor to the best-selling S60 2nd Edition-powered N70, but that's only really half the story. The truth about the N73 is that it's all about the camera. And what a camera, 3.2 megapixels with greater clarity, far less compression artefacts and better colour than even Nokia's own flagship N93. Where the N70 was perhaps 70% smartphone and 30% camera, the Nokia N73 is a true half and half. With such a strong imaging focus, it won't appeal to the 'why do I need a camera in my phone' brigade, but I doubt Nokia will mind. In truth, the N73 is less than perfect as a smartphone, as you'll see below, but for the target market the photos it takes will more than make up for this.

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  • Finally- a cellphone that takes album worthy pictures! With 3.0 megapixel capability with flash, a camcorder and a panoramic picture option the FlipShot (comes in red and black) from Samsung/Verizon offers what is arguably the bes... Finally- a cellphone that takes album worthy pictures! With 3.0 megapixel capability with flash, a camcorder and a panoramic picture option the FlipShot (comes in red and black) from Samsung/Verizon offers what is arguably the best cell phone camera available.

  • Here is a 8X zoom lens for your camera phone. Most phones out there dont have a digital zoom let alone an optical zoo. For about 100 dollars you can turn your camera phone into a professional camera.

  • It's an Iphone.. need I say more :)

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  • I love this phone, sleek cool lines and has everything a girl could ask for when it comes to versatility.

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  • Take pictures with your cell phone's camera dark or lowlight areas with this gadget. it attaches onto your cell phone, and all you have to do is hold down the button while taking a picture and voila - you've got well lit subjects ... Take pictures with your cell phone's camera dark or lowlight areas with this gadget. it attaches onto your cell phone, and all you have to do is hold down the button while taking a picture and voila - you've got well lit subjects no matter how dark of a hot club you're in!

  • This one maybe small but.. sophisticated. here. With its 3.2 megapixel camera, you're always ready for a flash. Any moment.. Anytime.

  • Photograph your meals with your camera phone and send them to your nutrax account. Digital cameras and Blackberries work too. Then you use your photo food log with tools to learn how to improve your diet and health based on your... Photograph your meals with your camera phone and send them to your nutrax account. Digital cameras and Blackberries work too. Then you use your photo food log with tools to learn how to improve your diet and health based on your goals. Receive private coaching from your dietitian to improve your diet. Together set goals and keep on track to reach them. You'll soon start taking photos of healthier food and a healthier you! S tudies show that people who utilize personalized, web-based nutritional programs have a better success rate for losing weight than off-line dieters.

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  • I'm Wild about my Wild Card. Don't downplay prepaid cell phones as they're starting to catch up to the flashier phones found from major cell phone companies. A Virgin Mobile product the Wild Card is a fun flip phone with a QWERTY ... I'm Wild about my Wild Card. Don't downplay prepaid cell phones as they're starting to catch up to the flashier phones found from major cell phone companies. A Virgin Mobile product the Wild Card is a fun flip phone with a QWERTY board, a camera, and other cool features. It's definitely a good choice for the multi-media obsessed consumer. What I like the most is the keyboard - I don't think I'll ever be able to go back to a regular phone again! It's perfect for texting friends and shooting emails. There is an Email feature on the phone which grants me access to my Yahoo! accounts and I love the Internet option where I can easily check my accounts and favorite sites when I'm on the road. Only pitfalls is the speaker phone could be louder, and the internal screen could be a bit bigger. Besides that it was worth the $99 bucks!

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  • It's a simple phone with an excellent browser and camera

  • What if the whole world was hyperlinked? The mouse & web browser version of last year's Adam Sandler starrer "Click". This product could be a step towards exactly that.

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  • Ive had it for a solid 6 months and still love it. It's the best camera phone, loaded with features available for Verizon Wireless at the moment.

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  • Another good and reliable mobile phone to buy. Price is pretty good compared with other mobile phones. This phone runs on Windows Mobile 5.0 but can be hacked to run Windows Mobile 6.0 Professional. I have personally used this pho... Another good and reliable mobile phone to buy. Price is pretty good compared with other mobile phones. This phone runs on Windows Mobile 5.0 but can be hacked to run Windows Mobile 6.0 Professional. I have personally used this phone and bought it for my girl friend. The slide keyboard is nice. They have excellent silicone cases for this phone on the web (use Google Products). The link will take you to the cheapest one I found on the net. Also, this phone comes unlocked. The camera can be made better by using a software called CoolCamera by Ateksoft. Plus there are other softwares that can be used to change the look, feel, and functionality of this mobile phone; all for your needs. I recommend this to any light to moderate pocket pc users but if you are looking for power, go with an intel processor based cpu.

  • This is an impressive little package. Compared to my beloved treo 650, it trades the 650's touch screen for wifi. I'm convinced that any navigation that involves the treo's touch screen is about five times slower than using the ... This is an impressive little package. Compared to my beloved treo 650, it trades the 650's touch screen for wifi. I'm convinced that any navigation that involves the treo's touch screen is about five times slower than using the ubiquitous rocker button interface, so that doesn't seem like much of a loss. And the wifi is a huge gain! It's much smaller than the treo. The screen is lower resolution, but the quality seemed on par with the treo 650. Of course it does run Windows Mobile rather than PalmOS. The main reasons I'm afraid of Windows Mobile are: I would have to re-purchase all the apps I already own on PalmOS; I'd have to migrate all my calendar, contact, etc data from the treo; I don't know how well Windows Mobile syncs with linux. I haven't heard great things about Windows Mobile in general, but then PalmOS is nothing to write home about either. It's benefited from nothing but the most cosmetic updates over the past 10 years. They seem to be in the same position Apple was in 2000. If they can successfully make the leap to Access Linux Platform (analogous to Apple's OSX), they might stay ahead of Microsoft. But it looks to me like Palm is currently focusing on new hardware rather than overhauling their aging OS.

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