Engineer Man, 15 Jun 2010The N8 might just get a revamped version of the ARM Cortex 1176 Application processor package ... morevery boring and what a show off, carry on to built your own phone, we are buying one not making one like you.
Can You Run Symbian^1 Applications On Symbian^3 Devices Like Nokia N8 ?
Does Anybody Have Answer For This ?
akristill, 15 Jun 2010USB 3.0 devices is back compatible.means it will work in 2.0 also. USB 3.0 devices is back compatible.means it will work in 2.0 also.
it has Bluetooth 3.0, and USB 2.0 connectivity
boromir, 15 Jun 2010hello guys this mobile is not for the big boys lolz:) its a kids toy then no comments on the l... moreDo you even know what is a mobile phone? :)
Is your mobile phone looks like a big bridge?
You never see a high end phone before did you?
hello guys this mobile is not for the big boys lolz:) its a kids toy then no comments on the looks and any function bcoz this are disposable mobile... or maybe this is the right fone for the wrong user lolz:()
Mr. Einstein Wiener, 15 Jun 2010Many peops made an 'educated' guess that the real proc's speed is 750Mhz down-clocked to 680Mh... moreYou are also making a "not so different educated" guess on this issue.
The processor clock speed is not the point.
The point is the REAL PERFORMANCE of the device.
Just test it when it is in store before u decide whether to buy it or not.
minjo, 14 Jun 2010n8 has microUSB v2.0 & USB On-the-go support... from where did u get the 3.0 ???? from gsmarena thak you
Check out this review from the guys over at Pocket-lint
Well, The Symbian Foundation Gurus have already managed to get S^3 running on a N5800 handset!
So S^3 is the milestone. No doubt newer handsets will also support S^3 with upgrade support to 4,5 revisions.
With only 1 year lead to the expected availability of S^4 handsets, do you think N8 may be software upgradable to S^4?
Of course newer handsets will be likely having better hardware and power, but is there any reason S^4 should not be able to run on N8?
Please i will like to know if this N8 product is now in the market.
Mr. Einstein Wiener, 15 Jun 2010I understand your enthusiasm for new tech. But... it won't come to NOKIA N8. do you think it i... moreSuch as shame really. All the minute architectural changes, & sign offs, QOS, Quality control, Qualifications, approvals, it's a shame it couldn't have been achieved slightly sooner than those R&D contracts were put into place.
But fear not. Future for nokia is brighter. It's all thanks to IBM, Samsung still. Theres still new designs to be had. There's still the N9 & beyond not too far away. Anyway I couldn't help but mention applauding Samsung Foundry for the greatness that is ARM 1176 reduction to 32nm. That's all the statement I really wanted to make. KUDOS to Intel Alliance aswell.
the only cuz i will consider n9 over n8 is , n8 dont have video codec supports for divx/xvid ... I have ma 5800 ,n82 to serve me ... I need a all rounder now ... The size never matter .... Whet matters is performance ... Meego is the way with firefox browser ....
Anis, 14 Jun 2010it is not avialable anywhere!i like i want it for contract
Unless apples can draw new licenses, contracts from samsung to use the processors since they fall within the same 1176 family of ARM (SoC) So it could be good news for nokia especially. If Nokia can support this implementation of this New (SoC) design it will virtually drop into the same silicon process as the current (SoC). This is good news for Nokia N8, S^3 lower power computation application processor, lower power OS. This will make a huge difference to N8, it means nokia could integrate a 1Ghz unit, etc... while having the benefits over the iphone 4 in battery life & over samsungs current range of galaxy phones. It all depends on whether these new (SoC) chips can be integrated into these current smartphones PCB design.
Engineer Man, 15 Jun 2010The N8 might just get a revamped version of the ARM Cortex 1176 Application processor package ... moreI understand your enthusiasm for new tech. But... it won't come to NOKIA N8. do you think it is easy to change the hardware specs on two month notice? we are talking about major revamping here. even a small change in the alumunium jacket needs a tick of approval from all nokia's rank and file.
Do you know what this means.This is BIG news. Upto 80% more operational efficiency in these new (Soc) using High-K metal gate logic processes to shrink the technology (fabrication process) super low power requirements for mobiles. I wonder which Samsungs, Nokia, SE, Motorola, HTC phones will be blessed to get these chips unlike the Apple A4 which is a samsung Cortex A8 1ghz 45nm application processor anyway.
The N8 might just get a revamped version of the ARM Cortex 1176 Application processor package family down from 45nm to 32nm!. Better news for Nokia N8. Samsung Foundy Coorp with Intel alliance have found a way to shrink current Cortex A8 1Ghz down from 45nm to 32nm using their High-K metal gate LP (Logic Processes with double the logic density of 45nm processes through minimized restrictive design rules.
As part of the qualification process, Samsung Foundry designed and manufactured a 32nm LP SoC that shows 30 percent dynamic power reduction and 55 percent leakage power reduction when compared to the SoC design implemented at 45nm LP at the same frequency. Samsung Foundry was able to reach these significant power reduction numbers due to its gate-first HKMG implementation.
In developing the 32nm LP process, Samsung Foundry worked in close engineering partnership with its ecosystem partners. The partner IP successfully integrated and silicon proven in this SoC includes ARM 1176 core, ARM physical IP comprising of standard cells, memory compilers and I/Os and Synopsys' USB 2.0 OTG.
Samsung Foundry worked with EDA partners including Synopsys, Cadence Design Systems and Mentor to incorporate advances into the design flow for 32nm LP such as:
- Advanced low power techniques including power gating, multi-threshold voltages, multi-channel lengths and adaptive body biasing techniques were used to reduce leakage power
- Statistical Static Timing Analysis (SSTA) was used to effectively address variation and reduce timing margins
- Various cell and chip level DFM techniques were used to improve manufacturability
Samsung Foundry's 32nm LP HKMG process technology has been developed to offer its customers shrinkable design rules and a smooth migration path to 28nm LP.