Nokia it is not all about the camera please try to improve the OS so u can beat IOS and android this is the only point of failure in Nokia devices right now, user need more flexible applications like IOS the OVI store comparing to the other market is the last one, knowing well that i adore Nokia and symbian from long time ago but now i am so disappointed from the OS except that i respect the shape performance and hardware
Ghost, 10 Mar 2012I think you see only opera mini or uc browser in an android.and not see cpu setter or mobo pla... moreIt is like mac and windows. Are all their applications can be used in each of them? Not really unless after some tweaks. That's are the reasons behind it.
Avenger Osiris, 10 Mar 2012The applications back in win98 that are used totally different and the applications used today... moreI think you see only opera mini or uc browser in an android.and not see cpu setter or mobo player or chain fire3d.if you saw any one of this you will not say symbian apps are similar to android apps.ok
Ghost, 10 Mar 2012Ok.You agreed that symbian is in the old 98 age so multiple cores are not needed.thank youThe applications back in win98 that are used totally different and the applications used today are incompatible with win98.
Meanwhile Belle can use the similar applications like android does so it is totally different with win98.
Learn to read with understanding before you comment.
Avenger Osiris, 10 Mar 2012In win98 era, the applications are not as complex as today so it is incomparable that's why it... moreOk.You agreed that symbian is in the old 98 age so multiple cores are not needed.thank you
ayon01, 09 Mar 2012go to galaxy forum why shout here. always nokia is best.no galaxy will never beat nokia
Ghost, 10 Mar 2012Windows 98 does not require multicore processors and graphics card.but windows 7 want it.here ... moreIn win98 era, the applications are not as complex as today so it is incomparable that's why it does not need dual or quad core processor like win7.
For Belle, it runs almost similar application with android smoothly (even multitasking) yet just with a single CPU...
For those who are ranting about the phone's processor, think about this: The device used in the MWC was just a prototype. What if this is not the final specs?
Look at this info: http://www.arm.com/products/pr...assic/arm11/
What if they really did put a dual-core processor in this?
Belle/Carla are rumored to not have support for dual-core processors. But what if they release the next OS with this, then configuring this phone's OS to enable the usage of the second core?
One can speculate, but this is Nokia.
While reading through the comments, there's many people comparing phones. So, I wanted to do it too.. Here's the thing, my friend bought a Sony Ericsson Xperia Neo and my cousin bought a Samsung Galaxy Note. While comparing both and everything is at default, the Galaxy Note has a small lag when sliding through the application and the Xperia Neo worked smoothly. So, in conclusion, when comparing specs it may be better, but, while trying it in real life is a different thing. SO DON'T TRY TO UNDERMINE OTHER PHONES! TRY IT BEFORE YOU DO!
stylinred, 09 Mar 2012android requires high specs to be able to run smoothly/properly its because its an inefficient... moreWindows 98 does not require multicore processors and graphics card.but windows 7 want it.here 98 is symbian and 7 is android.you got it?
Nav N70, 09 Mar 2012Wake up ,android needs 4Ghz 8 core 25000 Mhz battery 6 Gb ram & 5 more years to have a... moreWhy people using 8 core processors and 8gb ram and 2 gb graphics card in windows 7 pc?does it mean windows 7 is unstable or for fancy works?android is like windows 7 it is hunger to perform faster and faster.i think android quad cores are not expensive as this brick.
Nikon has claimed that it's not worried
by the new Nokia 808 Pureview
smartphone, which features a 41
million pixel camera and Carl Zeiss
lens, instead claiming that it is still
growing in a shrinking market.
Speaking to TechRadar, Jeremy Gilbert,
UK marketing manager for Nikon UK,
said "As long as people come into
photography, then that's all that
"We're not thinking too hard about it, if
we started worrying what the mobile
phone industry was doing then that
would complicate matters."
Last year, the Nikon Coolpix S3100 was
the best-selling compact camera in
Europe, while earlier in the year James
Loader, product manager for Coolpix
claimed that Nikon had yet to feel the
bite from the rise of smartphones.
The news comes after it was revealed
that compact camera sales were down
30% in 2011, when compared with
"We're still growing in a declining
market," Gilbert said, "We're still
building our proportion of the market."
Gilbert also said that Nikon was the
top-seller of compact cameras during
February 2012, knocking the previous
leader, Fuji, off the top spot.
"Our L series [Nikon's budget range] is
doing extremely well, and we have
worked hard to get a much broader
variety of cameras in supermarkets to
He joked that he'd like to see a head-
to-head between the Nokia Pureview
cameraphone and one of Nikon's
Ghost, 09 Mar 2012Camera is hot in this model.ok but do you think left is ok?why Nokia dont make a phone with du... moreandroid requires high specs to be able to run smoothly/properly its because its an inefficiently designed OS, mainly because its rather new, especially when compared to Symbian; we can use the same apps on Belle that you use on Gingerbread/ICS without issue so what does that tell you about androids inefficiency?
my N8 with 680mhz and 256mb ram can run Belle smoothly the 808 has 2X (double) the N8s specs which is more than enough for Belle far more its overkill what that means though is the 808 is able to upgrade to future iterations of Symbian without any worry
mvrck, 09 Mar 2012why is nokia going back to stone age when it comes to battery..?because their stone age battery lasts longer than your android device
If Nokia wants to return to its former glory it has to create a revolution not evolve. Ok here it created a hype with 41MP but for what? Cameras are not the issue for smart phones anymore. They have the chance now as Apple have stalled too. Its evident that the saturation point has been reached.We have to admit it that the "new iPad" is not what was expected. Only a small evolution from the previous one. I do not know what the next generation iPhone will be but i believe Nokia has to act now. Personally the worst decision that Nokia have taken is to create a partnership with Micro$oft. Well only time will prove me and many others right about this stupid decision. IF Nokia wont take the chance now and create the impact needed, its going to be doomed .... and fast.