Thursday, October 29, 2009

The W890 is one of the newer Walkman phones around.its dimension are extremely compact, and the phone is very slim(half the size of N95). The screen although small sports a high resolution of 240×320 pixels and at 78 grams the W890 won’t damage your shirt pocket. Build quality is also pretty good, and although metal hasn’t been used in the construction everything feels solid and well put together even after a week of usage.
The keypads is slightly cramped, but taking into consideration that this is a small phone Sony has done a commendable job of using every available millimeter of space to prevent the keypad from becoming a serious hindrance to usage.The W890 is a snappy phone, and it has a nice 3.15 megapixel camera that offers some good result. In terms of connectivity the W890 is loaded, and WiFi is the only trick it misses out on. If you are looking for  a very compact, light phone with a good music quality and a good camera then W890 makes a good buy.
Heavily Armoured Foe

Nokia’s 6500 has the best slider mechanism one has seen from any Nokia phone barring the Sirocco. Its outer body is built out of brush steel, which exudes a quality feel. Needless to say the phone’s heavy, although you’d be hard pressed to find better quality. The keypad is well laid out but the buttons are a little flat. The quality of accessories is as good as we’ve seen, and a TV out cable has been provided; just like N95 and the N82-both much costlier phones! The 2.2-inch screen features a high resolution of 240×320 pixels and has a rich 16 million colors. Camera and music playback quality are well above the par, although not enough to sway a purchasing decision solely on their performance.
Although it is well built, the look itself is unexciting, and may not inspire interest when compared to its beautiful siblings the 6500 slides makes a good buy for some one looking for a feature-rich, usable and very sturdy cellphone. Expect too much in the way of good looks from it and you’re going to be disappointed.

What’s this odd connection between Rani Mukherji and Rakhi Sawant. Any guess? Rani Mukherjee set to dance an item number with Rakhi Sawant now. Both the girls are busy preparing for their dance number together in Yash Raj Film’s Dil Bole Hadippa!.
The item number, titled ‘Bhangra bistar’ is sung by Sunidhi Chauhan and Alisha Chinai. These singers are considered by YRF as their lucky mascots for giving them ‘Dhoom machale’ in Dhoom and ‘Kajrare’ in Bunty Aur Babli.
Yash Raj’s two biggest hits in recent times have been the Dhoom films and Bunty Aur Babli. So the banner insisted on them singing ‘Bhangra bistar’ as they want to make the song a sure-fire hit. The song is a rumbustious Punjabi track composed by Pritam.
Apparently, Rani Mukherjee spent weeks getting into shape before they began rehearsing for the song. Rani took it as a challenge to match steps with Bollywood’s original item girl.
Rani Mukherjee is dressed like a man for the major part of the film, the idea was to get Rani to do that one sizzling feminine number to balance the gender bender. Just like Saira Banu did a ‘Thoda sa thehro’ in Victoria No. 203 where as was dressed as man, Rani has ‘Bhangra bistar’ in Dil Bole Hadippa!.