Nokia 3250 Music Phone Quick Review

You could say it´s a budget version of the N91 and aimed for the mass markets. Nokia 3250 will not keep Santa busy as the phone is shipping next year in the first quarter 2006. Estimated retail price is 350 Euros.

Key features:

– Supports MP3, M4A, WMA, AAC and eAAC+ music files

– 3.5mm connector for headphones

– 262K color TFT display (resolution of 176 x 220 pixels)

– Stereo FM radio

– Bluetooth

– USB 2.0

– Triband

– Talktime up to 3 hours, music listening up to 10 hours

Comments and Conclusion

The Nokia 3250 is an good alternative if you plan to buy a music phone. In terms oif technical specs and features it seems to be somewhat better than the Motorola Rokr iTunes phone. The Motorola Rokr has USB 1.1 (can take up to 40 mins. to transfer 100 songs), 512MB TransFlash memory, and the iTunes software is limited to store 100 songs. The Nokia 3250 uses the Nokia Audio Manager software to transfer music files from PC to phone. This is a clear disadvantage compared to Motorola that synch with iTunes.


Nokia has traditionally been using the MMC format for storage, but this phone relies entirely on microSD (TransFlash) cards. The microSD card is based on TransFlash(TM), which was developed by SanDisk in cooperation with Motorola and is the world’s smallest flash RAM memory card format.

How to Use Your Headphones With the New iPhone 8 Mobile Phone

Apple announced some of its greatest phones last year, such as iPhone X, iPhone 8, and iPhone Plus. These devices have some of the exciting features like wireless charging and high res display.

When Apple released its iPhone 7 phone, it was missing headphone jack and people were wondering how they will use the upcoming iPhone 8. But the good news for the Apple fans is that the new iPhone 8 lets you plug your regular old earphones.

The most famous updated feature inside all the new iPhone is related to their potential to charge wirelessly. This is something that the previous models were missing, just because of their design structure.

But now Apple provides the facility of wireless with its earphones. But the fact is that not everyone wishes to use wireless headphones. Some people just don’t like these wireless earbuds, while others don’t want to spend extra money for different earbuds when they have already got a pair.

Moreover, headphones by Apple are not designed to fit all type of ears, so you have to compare and check other designs by other manufacturers. Although this doesn’t mean that the Apple products are not comfortable despite the fact these Air Pods just don’t fit some of the consumer’s ears right.

So this is not an entirely surprising thing to require to use regular, corded earbuds with your phone, and people will likely still want to do that with the iPhone 8 smartphone or the other similar Apple devices.

The good news for those who have no issues regarding wired headphones that come with new iPhone 8 will be able to do just that conveniently, thanks to adapters.

Now it is confirmed that the new iPhone 8 mobile phone doesn’t include a headphone port, so you will have to use headphones with cables either via a “lightning connector” or “iPhone 8’s headphone jack adapter”.

This choice is not new in any means though, but users who don’t want to use Air Pods or any other wireless earphones will probably praise that they still have their favorite listening option with the iPhone 8 phone.

This is also great news for those who might have allocated for a new Apple iPhone, but don’t have much to spend extra other than that. This new and exceptional iPhone 8 will retail for $699 at Apple for 64GB model, but available at relatively less price at different mobile phone carrier companies depending on the selected plans. This is considered to be a big change, and some people might not wish to buy wireless headphones separately. Therefore, the inclusion of Apple’s ear pods and a way to connect wired earphones to the iPhone 8 phone is a smart move, without any doubt.

Samsung SGH-T219 Review – A Review of the Samsung SGH-T219 Mobile Phone

The Samsung SGH-T219 is a stylish cellular flip phone with excellent features and talk time. The 65K UFB internal display has a resolution of 128 by 160 pixels, and the phone includes a built-in camera and digital music player (capable of playing MP3, MIDI, ACC, and ACC+ files). In addition to the included poly ringtones, the phone is also able to use MP3s as ringtones. The Samsung SGH-T219 mobile phone model weighs only 2.8 oz and measures 3.46″ high, 1.77″ wide and 0.78″ thick when folded.

The Samsung SGH-T219 mobile phone comes with a white, red and black clamshell exterior and a flat number pad. Users can access MyFaves with the Samsung SGH-T219, as well as send SMS and instant messages with multimedia enhancements. The phone includes Java games, wallpaper, and mobile TV.

Voice memo and voicemail are included on the phone, which also holds up to 1000 alphanumeric phonebook entries (plus SIM card). Speakerphone and voice recognition features also come standard. The phone is capable of multiparty calls and features a number of Personal Information Management functions, including memo book and calculator.

The Samsung SGH-T219 operates on the GSM 1900, 1800 and 850 MHz frequencies for maximum connectivity. Users can talk for up to 6 hours, and the phone will stand by for up to 210 hours. With optional accessories and features, the phone is capable of interfacing with Bluetooth technology and of handling enhanced T9 messaging through AIM, ICQ, and other popular messaging programs.

All in all, the Samsung SGH-T219 incorporates many of the most useful mobile phone features.