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Nokia devices are not only known for their durability but also for their stunning camera technology that produces captivating photos. Here are tips to help you improve your smartphone photography skills with your Nokia smartphone.

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Nokia 3310 (2017)
From RM 38.00
3 Stores
**Ready Stock & Fast deliveryPRICE MARK DOWN, FURTHER DISCOUNT** GRAB IT NOW, WHILE STOCKS LASTS! [IMPORT] 2017 New Nokia 3310 with Dual SIM/ Camera/ MicroSD Card slot (AP set) Colours: Black, Grey, Orange, Yellow, Blue (5 colours) - Language: Bahasa Melayu, English, Bahasa Arab dan etc. For Chinese language, kindly chat with us for more detail. (while stock lasts) Product features: 1. 2G connectivity for calling and texting 2. 1500mah Battery 3. FM radio and MP3 player for music 4. 16 MB storage4 plus a MicroSD card slot with support up to 32 GB 5. Beautiful push buttons and iconic, shaped design 6. 2 MP camera with LED flash for simple snaps 7. All-new UI with nods to the original 8. Awesome battery life, with up to 22 hours talk time 9. Headphone jack for your tunes 10. 2.4” curved window with polarized layer for better readability in sunlight 11. Dual SIM variants Packaging included: 1x Nokia 3310 1x Battery 1x Charger 2 pin Plug . Important Notice: This is not an Original set so pls don't compare this phone with Original set...If you can't accept pls don't place order on it to avoid any misunderstanding... 1/3 price of the original one... Don't expect to purchase a car in price of Kancil and to get City performance @Cannot support Whatapps - In case of warranty claim please contact us for exchange address and procedure. - Both side shipping charges will be paid by buyer for any warranty claim. - Please pack the goods safely to avoid any damage during transit. Please take note that warranty does not cover: - Damage to item done deliberately or miss-handling from end user.. - Water damage, physical damage. - Please keep the original box for warranty claim . Read more
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Nokia X3-02
RM 229.00
Shopee

Nokia X3-02 mobile was launched in September 2010. The phone comes with a 2.40-inch touchscreen display with a resolution of 240 pixels by 320 pixels at a PPI of 167 pixels per inch. The Nokia X3-02 is powered by 1GHz processor and it comes with 128MB of RAM. The phone packs 50MB of internal storage that can be expanded up to 32GB via a microSD card. As far as the cameras are concerned, the Nokia X3-02 packs a 5-megapixel primary camera on the rear It measures 106.20 x 48.40 x 9.60 (height x width x thickness) and weighs 77.40 grams. The Nokia X3-02 is a single SIM (GSM) mobile that accepts a Regular-SIM. Connectivity options include Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, FM and 3G. About Nokia Nokia used to be one of the world's biggest mobile phone manufacturers but it fell behind with the advent of iPhone and Android smartphones. In 2014, Nokia's Devices and Services division was sold to Microsoft. In 2016, Finnish company HMD Global bought a part of Microsoft's feature phone business and has a licensing agreement that allows it to make smartphones under the Nokia brand. Nokia X3-02 full specifications GENERAL Alternate names Nokia X3-02 Touch and Type Release date September 2010 Form factor Bar Dimensions (mm) 106.20 x 48.40 x 9.60 Weight (g) 77.40 Removable battery No Colours Black, White, Blue DISPLAY Screen size (inches) 2.40 Touchscreen Yes Resolution 240x320 pixels Pixels per inch (PPI) 167 HARDWARE Processor 1GHz RAM 128MB Internal storage 50MB Expandable storage Yes Expandable storage type microSD Expandable storage up to (GB) 32 CAMERA Rear camera 5-megapixel Front camera No CONNECTIVITY Wi-Fi Yes GPS No Bluetooth Yes, v 2.10 NFC No Infrared No USB OTG No FM Yes Number of SIMs 1 SIM 1 SIM Type Regular GSM/CDMA GSM 3G Yes 4G/ LTE No Supports 4G in India (Band 40) No SENSORS Compass/ Magnetometer No Proximity sensor No Accelerometer No Ambient light sensor No Gyroscope No Barometer No Temperature sensor No

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Top Nokia Price List 2018

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Nokia 3310 RM 78.00 Lazada
Nokia 7 Plus RM 1,506.60 Amazon
Nokia 6 RM 780.00 Shopee
Nokia 8 RM 1,289.00 Lazada
Nokia 3 RM 429.90 Shopee
Nokia 5 RM 569.00 Shopee
Nokia 2 RM 348.00 Shopee
Nokia 1 RM 299.00 Lazada
Nokia 105 RM 139.00 Lazada
Nokia 8110 4G RM 274.00 Lazada
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7 Tips for Taking Impressive Photos with Your Nokia Phone

Nokia smartphones, such as the Nokia Lumia 1020, are renowned for their remarkable photography features. Despite having the technology to enhance the quality of photos, it takes more than that to get magnificent photos. Here’s how you can get the most out of your Nokia smartphone’s impressive camera.

Tune the aspect ratio till you get the largest possible image

Normally, Nokia phones’ factory settings are not set to optimal which means it is usually in a lower resolution. Although this offers a better digital zoom, it doesn’t give you the largest possible image. To achieve this, just tune the aspect ratio till you get the largest possible image.

Insert a microSD card for high-resolution images

Since high-definition images consume a lot of memory space, it’s best to store them in a microSD card so you can have more memory left for other files and apps. However, if your handset doesn’t come with a microSD slot, then save your best pictures and delete the ones you don’t need before taking more photos.

Clean the lens

Before taking a picture, make sure the camera lens doesn’t have dirt and fingerprints. Since phones spend most of their time in the pockets or purse, the dust and dirt can get on the lens. To eliminate fingerprints and dirt, wipe the lens with a cloth before taking a picture. A microfiber cloth or an optician cleaning cloth are recommended since they are smooth and will not scratch your phone’s lens. If you don’t have these items, facial tissues will do just fine, however, they often leave behind pesky dust.

Determine the right exposure settings

There are three essential settings for taking photos: the ISO, exposure time, and the aperture. Their values determine how blurred is the image of the object in motion, how strong is the exposure of the photo, and how well is your device focused on the background.

ISO

ISO determines the light sensitivity of the camera. A higher ISO value means it’s more sensitive to light. This also allows you to truncate the exposure time, hence, providing sharper photos. A high ISO value is also needed when taking photos in dark settings. But there’s a downside to having a high ISO value on your phone’s sensor – that is more noise in the photo. The level of noise depends on the smartphone model; some smartphones experience noise issues at ISO 400 and above, while others experience the noise problems even at a lower ISO value. That is why you should know how your phone’s sensor manages this and determine which ISO value provides decent results. In most cases, an ISO value of 200 is acceptable enough.

Exposure time

This is a setting that improves the illumination of an image which comes very useful in dimly lit settings. Capturing moving objects while the exposure time is set to a higher value often leads to a photo that is marred with streaks. However, this can be used creatively for night views of the hustle and bustle of a city or for rivers.

Aperture

Most smartphone cameras come with fixed values for aperture, meaning you cannot adjust it. Thus, it’s important to determine the right settings for ISO and exposure time since they can be adjusted. Normally, the aperture comes with two modes: automatic and manual mode. The latter provides better and sharper results.

Tune the focus manually

Great images are often captured by using the right focus. Thus, it’s important for smartphone photographers to set it right. The autofocus is helpful at times but it is infallible since it doesn’t know the right focus. Using the touch or manual focus, on the other hand, solves the issue and allows you to focus anywhere you want, capturing sharp photos with no blurriness.

Take multiple snapshots

Capturing a single shot of your subject isn’t always the perfect snapshot, so it’s best to take multiple snaps of it and sort the images later. For instance, if your only image of the Eiffel Tower in Paris is blurry, you will most likely regret it later. But if you take several shots of the subject while paying attention to the focus, you will probably get at least two or more decent images. Today, most of Nokia’s top-of-the-line flagship smartphones come with a burst mode that enables its sensor to take multiple photos in a series with just one press of the button.

One-handed photography is not enough

Taking several shots of your subject quickly can result in shaky and blurry images. Smartphone photographers often produce such results when they only use one hand for taking photos. But your photos can be improved by holding your smartphone using both of your hands. While doing this, make sure your arms are completely extended to lessen the movement of the smartphone. With that, the resulting images will appear steady and sharp. You can also use a tripod that provides more stability.