Nokia 6151: a Mobile Phone for Mass, of Mass

By: Samuel Herrick

One could guess the magnitude of the hype on the Apple iPhone with the fact that reams and reams of newsprint, costly news hour, everywhere-anywhere websites were vigorously devoting on it... involving on it... thus, creating a SUPERNOVA of hype and hoopla. So, before anyone catch the glimpse of this "revolutionary " phone, rumour mills were busy and were in full swing in the anticipating game of Apple new product, the iPhone. Some failed badly and some some got great reviews. But overall, it got the required momentum and energy of people's frenziness that is being witnessed now after its post launch.

Now, when it has been launched with stratospheric fun fare, users and their die hard brethren, the technofiles got mesmerized with its three-devices-in-one feature, all accommodating in one single set, the Apple iPhone. They found Apple iPhone comes as the best convergence device, combining the best iPod video with a great Web browser and a full-fledged phone. It works as a three in one device, much to Apple's minimalistic approach.

Those who have seen and experienced this "convergence" device, they have the same thought: Apple iPhone sets the bar for multimedia phones to come. It has really changed, not changed but revolutionized the whole concept of mobile phone design and embedded features that are packed in the present day hand sets. iPhone introduces an entirely never conceived new user interface based on a large multi-touch display, rather than resorting to "buttons" and pioneering new software, which lets users to control iPhone with just their fingers. iPhone also ushers in an era of software power and a giant leap into the world of mobile telephony.

The iPhone allows users to make calls by simply pointing at a name or number. It has a Visual Voicemail feature, by which users can listen to, and then go directly to those voicemail messages without listening to the prior messages.

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