All those saying the CPU is slow coz its nt 1ghz just go to gsmarena on the Glossary section read about CPU on mobile en y u cnt compare speeds of cpu on diff OS'es.
Symbian^3 will have lots of visual capabilities. Transparencies, misting, ghosting, movement & animations that are hardware accelerated & not. With incorpporation of webkit & Qt you can do nice things with python scripting & with HTML that you couldn't do before.
You no longer need just the Symbian SDK kits, you can use th Qt tools, multiple third party solutions, you can use your favourite webmonkey running in firefox to simply do some scripting access the qt core & get some really strong application capabilities on the platform.
Symbian going on into the future you get all this power & Symbian has completely merged the capbabilties of the web, data being remote or local is a concept which has gone away you don't need to know about it you simply call it in terms of content or information you need, on the cloud, it's cross platform.
What happen to gsmarena? First i read that N8 is powered with 1Ghz Processor, now its 680Mhz ?
[deleted post]Pre-Orders are ranging from 600 USD to 900 USD. Release price would be much much lower than that.
k. This phone has broken the limits in my opinion. No RIVAL phone stands agains this beauty, and with those features, its gona be awesome. Just waitingg for this phone to be released and thoroughly reviewed, but nothing is going to stop me buying this phone ;)
the only doubt i have is that my 5730 XM has a 480 Mhz processor and it runs S60v3 which is laggy and slow. so this phone having all the hyped HW and the infamous S^3 with a 680 Mhz processor is going smooth, i want some expert reviews for that, KUDOS Nokia for inventing this UNRIVALED SMARTPHONE
Anis, 11 Jun 2010Its commonoly known as each ( 1 GHz = 1000 Mghz )
but in IT matter , each ( 1Ghz = 1024 mghz )I'm a IT professional, and I think you're may be wrong.
As far as I know Giga is a prefix meaning 10^9 as defined by SI.
Even Gigabytes is 1000 Mega bytes. Ghz is 10^9 Hz there is no IT thing its physics unit, in this case cycles per second.
This is a common mistake, but only aplies to information storage units, since some softwares use the wrong prefix, Windows for example use 1024 as the multiples from to mega to Giga, the correct one is Mebibyte and Gibibyte as defined by IEC.
1 Gigabyte = 1000 Megabyte
1 Gibibyte = 1024 Mebibyte
I've learned this because of DVD storage size diference from qhat see on box and qhat you get for real.
Sorry for my english, i'm still learning
Yes .mkv, no divx out of box yet (they are considering it) the specs for the meego device posted are correct, N9 will be pushed hard in q4 in select markets.
Also, N8 in new walkthrough is very frackin fast:
Anis, 11 Jun 2010Its commonoly known as each ( 1 GHz = 1000 Mghz ) but in IT matter , each ( 1Ghz = 1024 mghz )No, that only applies to Mb to Gb. Not Mhz to Ghz.No binary growth in Mhz to Ghz. Its like grams to kilo. 1000 = 1.
Happy Visitor, 11 Jun 2010Watch this (translate with Bing or Google): ''http://mobile.it168.com/a2010/0611/1065/00000106... moreN9
dual core arm corex a9 1ghz
64 gb storage
12 mega pixel cam
meego device .
Watch this (translate with Bing or Google): ''http://mobile.it168.com/a2010/...065177.shtml''. If this is true, I will gladly get the N8 in August and will sell it again half a year later, when this beast is coming up. Meanwhile the N8 will deliver all I need with bravour. Nokia forever. They can't be beaten.
Nokia N8 is a good phone on specs but it takes them so long to release it. I remember when the Nokia N95 was supposed to be released I waited almost 8 months than I finnally bought it. so sad for them Lookk The apple Iphone 4 is released this month on the 24th....
Anonymous, 11 Jun 20101Ghz = 1000Mhz
giga = 1000 megaIts commonoly known as each ( 1 GHz = 1000 Mghz )
but in IT matter , each ( 1Ghz = 1024 mghz )
ok ok ok ok lets stop the crap!
Now! nokia have done the preview for the N8, and the walkthrough and everything is great.. so lets focus on one thing!
What left? What nexT?