Video Diary: James Whatley from LA

James chats through the impressive array of handsets on show at MGoLA and, unusually for him, includes a surprise Motorola in his line-up.

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Author: James Whatley

Experienced advertising and communications strategist working in brand, games, and entertainment. I got ❤️ for writing, gaming, and figuring stuff out. I'm @whatleydude pretty much everywhere that matters. Nice to meet you x

33 thoughts on “Video Diary: James Whatley from LA”

  1. New Jersey used to have a carrier called Cellular One, then it changed to Cingular which I think was then bought/merged with AT&T.

    It’s amazing to see how far phones have come in such a short space of time.

  2. After seeing the Cellular 1 I thought of this – unfortunately they don't sell it any more

  3. After seeing the Cellular 1 I thought of this – unfortunately they don't sell it any more

  4. you are seriously turning into James Body 🙂

    jamesbody Reply:

    Turning into me? I hope not (for his sake).

    Whatleydude has infinitely more hair than I do!

    BTW – I realy do rate the N79 – it is a VERY nice little phone – which does all the really good stuff that the venerable N95 did plus more!

    JB

    James Whatley Reply:

    I spent some time hanging out with Jennifer Hanen (@MsJen) while I was over in L.A. and – according to her – the N95’s camera produces everso slightly better images than that of the N79.

    But yes, agreed – the N79 is a bit of an unsung hero.
    Maybe we can poke Nokia/WOM for one to review…

  5. New Jersey used to have a carrier called Cellular One, then it changed to Cingular which I think was then bought/merged with AT&T.It's amazing to see how far phones have come in such a short space of time.

  6. New Jersey used to have a carrier called Cellular One, then it changed to Cingular which I think was then bought/merged with AT&T.

    It's amazing to see how far phones have come in such a short space of time.

  7. Turning into me? I hope not (for his sake).Whatleydude has infinitely more hair than I do!BTW – I realy do rate the N79 – it is a VERY nice little phone – which does all the really good stuff that the venerable N95 did plus more!JB

  8. Turning into me? I hope not (for his sake).

    Whatleydude has infinitely more hair than I do!

    BTW – I realy do rate the N79 – it is a VERY nice little phone – which does all the really good stuff that the venerable N95 did plus more!

    JB

  9. I spent some time hanging out with Jennifer Hanen (@MsJen) while I was over in L.A. and – according to her – the N95's camera produces everso slightly better images than that of the N79. But yes, agreed – the N79 is a bit of an unsung hero. Maybe we can poke Nokia/WOM for one to review…

  10. I spent some time hanging out with Jennifer Hanen (@MsJen) while I was over in L.A. and – according to her – the N95's camera produces everso slightly better images than that of the N79.

    But yes, agreed – the N79 is a bit of an unsung hero.
    Maybe we can poke Nokia/WOM for one to review…

  11. Please guys! I have n 79 and i do love it! Don’t bash it’s camera. All it little thing want is steady hands 😉

  12. Please guys! I have n 79 and i do love it! Don't bash it's camera. All it little thing want is steady hands 😉

  13. Please guys! I have n 79 and i do love it! Don't bash it's camera. All it little thing want is steady hands 😉

  14. James, you can activate the transitions on the Nokia 5800 by going> themes>general>options>theme effects. Its really hidden but its there,

    James Whatley Reply:

    Cool, but is that the same on the US variants?
    I’ll ask Jeb 🙂

    Edward Umana Reply:

    Yeah, I bought mine on NokiaUSA, its a NAM

  15. James, you can activate the transitions on the Nokia 5800 by going> themes>general>options>theme effects. Its really hidden but its there,

  16. James, you can activate the transitions on the Nokia 5800 by going> themes>general>options>theme effects. Its really hidden but its there,

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