*Get professionals such as the guys who did the panasonic tough book stress test to conduct a test on mobile phones.
lol what rubbish, the iphone isn't really a durable phone at all.. heaps of people I know have managed to break the screen in accidents and i've seen a number of people eg. builders, who have broken iphones due to their workplace being such a harsh environment, so I don't really how this test conducted is fair.
Get professionals such as the guys who did the panasonic tough book stress test who conduct a test on mobile phones
Ex N8 user and lover, 20 Feb 2011My N8 survived a fall onto the pavement without any casing.
2 months later however it's d... moreThis has nothing to do with the fall.
Give it a hard reset. There few different codes such as *#7373* [i think] which will give it a hard reset. If not google code for symbians and i'm sure it'll work.
I've had that problem before, a reset will do it.
My N8 survived a fall onto the pavement without any casing.
2 months later however it's died saying 'full memory' and will not let me organise my apps and cannot load applications anymore. It can only make calls if I know the number. Hoping I'll recieve some 1st Class after care from Nokia.
[deleted post]Finally! Somebody who read it right and understood the article. The other guy missed the part where it says "by the end of next year" and the article was written last year.
LOL He went on to claim that it already sold 11 million. 11 million by the end of 2011 and February is not the end of 2011.
Anonymous, 20 Feb 2011Nokia fan boys are like this all the time. They defended the N97 to death until ANSSI VANJOKI ... moreI did go to the website as the videos shown in this article seemed rather incomplete and did not fully explain the poor score of the N8. When I went to the web site, I could not believe how they could give the N8 a score of 0 on tests after the phone broke. I give the iPhone credit for surviving an immersion in liquid. However, you don't immerse the N8 in liquid, break the phone, and then go on and do other tests with the broken N8 and then give the phone a 0 on those subsequent tests because it was already broken. This screams flawed methodology here.
By the way, I am neither a Nokia user nor an iPhone user. I am just astonished that this web site had such a flawed methodology. I am also astonished that GSM Arena chose to publish this flawed article.
What standard of testing is this? IEC, ISO??? Clearly you can see it's more of like a home made test.
You guys are childish. Better throw away your smartphones and use tin can walkie-talkies.
Anonymous, 19 Feb 2011This test is completely bias towards iphone 4. 1- they did not show the iphone 4 after the du... moreThat's so true. Everybody knows iPhone and water don't mix. Basically what that video is saying I could get an iPhone and pour water on and everything is going to be fine HA!!!
both are nice phone...but only thing that i dont like about nokia is symbian...this is an outdated OS..now they are with windows..not bad...
but they should think about this that if windwos is good then android is best...
- click to read, 20 Feb 2011Yep:- http://www.google.com/m?oe=utf-8&client=ms-opera-mobile&channel=new&aq=&a... moreLol! Click to read, why do you think I'm a Nokia Only Fanboy? You can bash Nokia all you want and it'll have no effect on me. You sent the link asking for an explaination and I simply responded by sending you a link that the Iphone has the same problems. I posted the iphone failing links because the videos provided were clearly one sided. I like Android, Symbian and Meego. I've demoed iOS and it's not for me. It's nice for a very simplistic customer. I'm just keeping the playing field level while it seems like you just want to bash Nokia for no reason. Lol!
this video sucks!!
its too obvious that it is one sided
(for iphone 4)
how about n8??
Here is a proper test for the Nokia N8. Watch this Iphone fans.