brynn, 16 Jul 201315mm is not thick and it gives you something to get hold of,,,these slim miserable slabs are f... moreHear, hear. I had a 15mm thick phone 10 years ago and it was perfectly pocketable. Hell, my Motorola from a few years ago was probably just as thick when folded. I admit navigating the menus is easier on a touch screen but I miss the good old keys every time I have to type a longer text, or play a game... All the good ones require the accelerometer so I have to play them sitting in the same position. At least Samsung is doing something out of the ordinary here, it's crazy, exaggerated, extreme, and just because of that it caught my attention. As I said, if it was black and had a higher contrast display it would be great, even though I don't like Android too much.
Just because this has low score and folk are taking mickey GSMArena only accounts for few thousand folk out of the 7 billion in the world ..At least Samsung are doing something different from the same old boring samey phones that are announced everyday,,oh look Sony announces new phone,oh look LG announces new phone and guess what they all look exactly the same..Is this it now forever a boring slab is launched and its classed as NEW,change the record its dead easy for manufacturers to just choose a screen and make a phone..Get off your backsides fire your so called designers who are designing nothing and design something that resembles a mobile phone.
15mm is not thick and it gives you something to get hold of,,,these slim miserable slabs are for women get yourself a bloody mans smartphone.
Bring back the good old smartphone designs with peoper buttons to press instead of tapping at a silly touchscreen its irritating for me.
Imagine this. You are in a crowded room and your phone rings. So you reach into your pocket and take out your camera and starts speaking into it. People staring all over. No way am going to become the laughing stock. Hehehe.
Anonymous, 16 Jul 2013Nevermind, I just mixed up between which side is the 808. It's much better than most phones wi... moreYes it is. This one is more like a regular camera with a phone attached. It's not bad if the size, weight and poor visibility in daylight aren't a problem for everyday use. If it was available in black it would look much better.
MdN, 16 Jul 2013Part 2: http://www.allaboutsymbian.com/features/item/17932_Crossover_smartphones_Nokia_80.php ... moreNevermind, I just mixed up between which side is the 808. It's much better than most phones without a large lense
Anonymous, 16 Jul 2013Acording to gsmarena's photo comparison tool, this is falsePart 2: http://www.allaboutsymbian.com...Nokia_80.php
I'm a Nokia user btw, but well done Samsung. Still too big to carry around, I guess.
Nokia 808 PureView vs Galaxy S4 Zoom (intro):
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Anonymous, 19 Jun 2013Well i love photography and i have used Samsung Galaxy S4, Nokia 808 Pureview and Nokia Lumia ... moreAre all you trolls that clueless? Or just that much of trolls? Did you even read what I replied to or look at the words Samsung and just get angry and start typing? Im gonna vote for the second. Grow up
In reply to Rani Sarma's post on 19 June 2013, I think it may be wiser to wait and read a review of the Nokia 1020 vs the Samsung S4 Zoom, as you might change your mind and decide to buy the Nokia, mainly because it seems to give more real colours and depth in better photos, due to th breakthrough "pureview" technology. Also the Nokia is not as bulky as the heavy and bulgy Samsung. I've always thought of Nokia as "better by design"!!
Peter Rvs, 13 Jul 2013Nokia lumia 1020 is better?in every possible way...
Vettichira Dymon, 13 Jul 2013How is its camera performance..not so good,if you want a good camera phone wait for honami if you cant live with android and sdcard or if you are okay with wp8 and usb-otg go for nokia 1020..if camera quality is the only thing you care about its better you get a dedicated camera..