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The N-Gage (a pun on engage ) is a smartphone and handheld game system from Nokia , announced on 4 November 2002 and released on 7 October 2003. [2] It runs the original Series 60 platform on Symbian OS v6.1. Its original development codename was Starship . [ citation needed ]

N-Gage attempted to lure gamers away from the Game Boy Advance by including mobile phone functionality. This was unsuccessful, partly because the buttons, designed for a phone, were not well-suited for gaming and when used as a phone the original N-Gage was described as resembling a taco , which led to its mocking nickname "Taco phone". [4] [7] [8]

Nokia introduced the N-Gage QD in 2004 as a redesign of the original "Classic" N-Gage, fixing widely criticized issues and design problems. However, the new model was unable to make an impact, and with only 2 million units sold in its two years, the N-Gage and its QD model were a commercial failure , unable to challenge their Nintendo rival. [9] The N-Gage was discontinued in November 2005, with Nokia moving its gaming capabilities onto selected Series 60 smartphones. This was announced as the N-Gage platform or "N-Gage 2.0" in 2007, carrying on the N-Gage name. [10] [11]

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In 2014, Microsoft acquired Nokia's mobile phones business. As part of a licensing agreement with the company, Microsoft Mobile is allowed to use the Nokia brand on feature phones, such as the Series 40 range. [4] However, a July 2014 company memo revealed that Microsoft would end future production of Series 40 devices. [5]

The integrated web browser can access most web content through the service provider's XHTML / HTML gateway. The latest version of Series 40, called Series 40 6th Edition, introduced a new browser based on the WebKit open source components WebCore and JavaScriptCore. The new browser delivers support for HTML 4.01, CSS2 , JavaScript 1.5, and Ajax . Also, like the higher-end Series 60, Series 40 can run the UC Browser web browser to enhance the user's web browsing experience. The latest feature phones from the Asha lineup come with the Nokia Xpress Browser which uses proxy servers to compress and optimize web pages in a similar fashion as Opera Mini .

Support for SyncML synchronization with external services of the address book, calendar and notes is present. However, with many S40 phones, these synchronization settings must be sent via an OTA text message.

The N-Gage (a pun on engage ) is a smartphone and handheld game system from Nokia , announced on 4 November 2002 and released on 7 October 2003. [2] It runs the original Series 60 platform on Symbian OS v6.1. Its original development codename was Starship . [ citation needed ]

N-Gage attempted to lure gamers away from the Game Boy Advance by including mobile phone functionality. This was unsuccessful, partly because the buttons, designed for a phone, were not well-suited for gaming and when used as a phone the original N-Gage was described as resembling a taco , which led to its mocking nickname "Taco phone". [4] [7] [8]

Nokia introduced the N-Gage QD in 2004 as a redesign of the original "Classic" N-Gage, fixing widely criticized issues and design problems. However, the new model was unable to make an impact, and with only 2 million units sold in its two years, the N-Gage and its QD model were a commercial failure , unable to challenge their Nintendo rival. [9] The N-Gage was discontinued in November 2005, with Nokia moving its gaming capabilities onto selected Series 60 smartphones. This was announced as the N-Gage platform or "N-Gage 2.0" in 2007, carrying on the N-Gage name. [10] [11]

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At first glance the two cameras may appear to offer the same sensor, although Sony claims the one inside the A6300 is newly developed. Once again it’s an APS-C sized Exmor CMOS chip, and offers approximately 24.2MP, in contrast to the A6000’s 24.3MP. One significant difference between the two is that the new sensor has been constructed with copper wiring, which Sony claims not only boosts light capture efficiency but also quickens readout speed.

One further changes that can be attributed to the new sensor is the expansion to the camera’s sensitivity range. Whereas the Sony A6000 topped out at ISO 25,600, the A6300 reaches ISO 51,200.

A BIONZ X processor has once again been used for the A6300, although here it’s said to feature “an upgraded image processing algorithm designed to maximise the sensor’s overall capabilities”.