Nokia Booklet 3G – Multitasking at Its Best
The Nokia Booklet 3g was a small netbook originally manufactured by the Finnish electronics giant Nokia. It was introduced on 24 August 2020 with the plans of competing with the market leader, the Apple iPad. Nokia presented the device as a tool for taking notes and surfing the Internet in the same device.
However, it soon became clear that this was not the way to go, especially when the Apple iPad came out with the touch screen feature that made everything possible.
Nokia quickly realized that it had to come up with a different approach, and so the unit was redesigned, with the help of Bluetooth. The new version of the Nokia Booklet featured a complete screen hinge allowing it to be opened like a book and used like a PDA or cell phone.
The result was a unit that felt solid in hand, offered a comfortable keyboard and had a bigger touch screen than the original. The result was something that could compete with the best of the Apple iPad, and yet it did not compromise the quality of the device in any way.
Nokia Booklet 3g Features :
Nokia Booklet 3g with its Bluetooth and WiFi features enabled it to function like a traditional laptop, even though it was only a portion of the size of the usual ones. The screen was also large enough to be an ideal viewing surface for reading, along with the integrated three USB ports, including an Ultra Charger for those that wanted extra juice from their laptops. Connectivity was quick and easy, and the keyboard provided good tactile feedback with the required pressure.
Nokia Booklet 3g Disadvantage
The main weakness of the original Booklet was its keyboard, which fell short of expectations. The hinge on the top was easy to operate, but the rest of the screen was difficult to type on, even with a full-sized keyboard, and there were some problems with the accuracy of the touch-typing. That issue has now been corrected, as Nokia has replaced the hinges on the bottom with a much sturdier glass, allowing for a far more ergonomic design. This makes using the keyboard on the Nokia Booklet 3g much easier than before, and it now sports a much wider and larger keyboard, making it much easier to use.
Nokia Booklet 3g Design
It would be unfair to say the Nokia Booklet 3g is a replacement for the original Nokia Booklet, as the latter has just become one of the most popular designs of all time. However, the improvements made by Nokia are very noticeable. The netbooks of today have the ability to access internet, to play music and videos, to edit images and documents, to edit video and to download and view ring tones easily.
Some are designed with a stylus while others are designed with the use of a finger. Nokia’s new netbooks are lighter and more compact, using aluminium instead of magnesium, and they also feature a far more advanced graphical user interface than their predecessors.
Nokia Booklet 3G Screen
Nokia has not rested on their laurels, however, and has released several updated netbooks, each with a different colouration and a different configuration. The first of these is the Finland Environmentally Friendly Smart Mobile Phone (SEP 15) which features a 1.2-inch Super AMOLED screen, a 10.1-inch widescreen LCD with VGA connectivity, a built-in speaker and many other features. The second release of the netbook series is the Nokia E71. This one comes with a single, large, touch-sensitive screen, a 1.2-inch Super AMOLED screen, and a 10.1-inch widescreen LCD. The E71 has similar connectivity features to the Nokia E71 but has a few added extras including an infrared camera and a USB port.
Nokia Booklet 3g Battery Life
The other major improvement with the netbooks of today is the battery life. Most netbooks feature a full-sized keyboard with a chiclet-style home button. However, the newer models offer battery life periods up to 10 hours, which is more than double the life provided by standard netbooks. As a result, users can have netbooks on the go without missing a beat, and they no longer need to replace their batteries as frequently as they used to. The battery life in netbooks like the Nokia Booklet 3g proves that Nokia has answered the call for an upgrade in the netbook market.
Nokia Booklet 3g – Sd Card Reader
While all netbooks come with keyboards, not all have keyboards with USB ports, such as the Nokia Booklet 3g. That is why the Nokia E71 comes with an SD card reader. The use of an SD card reader enables the user to add photos and music to their Nokia Booklet without using up the memory on their phone.
The Nokia Booklet 3g can be used as a memory saver as well, allowing the user to enjoy photos and videos that they take long ago without having to upload them to their phone. The addition of a micro SD card reader to the Nokia Booklet 3g and its larger battery makes this phone perfect for someone who wants to have their hands free while they are multitasking on their phone.