GeekBeat.TV #36 | New Phones at Nokia World, Walmart’s Phone Plan, Canon G12, Panasonic Micro Four Thirds Camera, RED One Mysterium X

New Phones at Nokia World
Nokia has introduced a bunch of new phones at Nokia World this week. The N8 brings a touch screen and 12 megapixel camera (as well as a second camera for video calls), the C6 and C7 both have 8 megapixel cameras and the ability to capture 720p video, and the E7 is being positioned as the “ultimate business smartphone”.

Walmart’s Phone Plan
Walmart’s been selling phones for a while, and now, with the help of T-Mobile, they are offering their own branded service plan. The Walmart Family Mobile plan will give you unlimited voice and texts for $45 a month, with no contract and no early termination fees.

Canon G12
Canon’s bringing increased video quality and an HDR mode to their new G12 camera, which will arrive in October for $499.

Panasonic Micro Four Thirds Camera
Panasonic is bringing Micro Four Thirds to the camcorder form factor, but at a cost. This model will run you just under $10,000 without lenses.

RED One Mysterium X
The RED One Mysterium X has been available before, but only as an upgrade from a RED One. Now anyone with $25,000 to spare can pick one up!

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  8. says

    It’s sad to say that the walmart plan is half the cost of regular cell plans here in Canada.

    In Canada its still $60 a month for 2000 mins, 3GB data, and voicemail etc…even with all the competitors we have here. So I am jealous of how cheap it is there.

  9. Bruce R. (BPR639Geek) says

    The new Nokia phones are very cool. I just wish they *would* make a stronger presence here in the U.S. I see almost no Nokia phones in my long day *anywhere*. With the E7 though, picture taking is often done in business on job sites where equipment surveys are performed. I do this myself for the bidding process to determine customer needs based on *currently* installed equipment and for calculating space requirements for the *new* equipment I’m proposing. It’s much easier at times to use a camera phone, than carrying a full or even compact sized camera into a factory or office building. If companies distribute phones with cameras to their employees, the management should have an option to disable the camera option if not needed.

    I really love the new Wal-Mart phone idea as a lot of people cannot afford contract plans. Being a 30 year telecom man, it still boggles my mind how the phone companies keep coming up with all these new 11 digit phone numbers.

    I am in the market for a new backup camera, and the Canon G12 might just fit the bill, epically for the HDR features.

    Good show today, I’m glad you’re still adding the bloopers and outtakes, really makes me smile… “B”

    • says

      I second that!

      Plenty of interesting stuff for Micro 4/3rds has been announced leading up to and during the Photokina photography convention in Cologne, Germany.

      I guess a look at the mirrorless format in general would be more fitting, since M4/3 isn’t the only player in the game.