Nikia N8 lanche , it price is Rs 22000 or 470 USD in inda. I will hope samsung galaxy price is Rs 17000 or 380 USD in india.If price is above the 380 USD the Nokia N8 is better option in india.
- 2010-04-28 06:29
everyone complained about no flash for the phone, bring a touch light for the night...hhahhaa
- 2010-04-28 04:48
> In reply to Anonymous @ 2010-04-27 14:36 from MB15 - click to readThe ONLY thing better in N8 than in Galaxy S is the camera, EVERY other thing is worst..from screen to processor, built in mem, HD recording and reproduction, OS, apps, etc.
So pls compare apples to apples, N8 is a super 5800xm...no more no less.
- 2010-04-27 18:11
> In reply to Anonymous @ 2010-04-27 14:36 from MB15 - click to readSymbian^3 is just ugly : I don't like Nokia GUI of this OS
- 2010-04-27 17:23
The high end Nokia N8 is expected to hit UK market with the price tag of 325 GBP in third quarter - this price factor will be a big challenge for Galaxy S. Unless resonably priced, it is worth waiting for N8 istead of wasting huge money on Galaxy S which doesn't have HDMI and has only 5 MP
- 2010-04-27 14:36
Hello People, I just finished reading most of the recent opinions. Anyone has clue on when the Galaxy S & Beam are gonna get released? I know 2nd qtr but believe that by now we should have had the fixed date in hand. Inside news anyone???
- 2010-04-27 09:33
COMING SOON 3Q, 4 2010
Galaxy s PRO with keypad qwerty
4" same spec.
- 2010-04-27 05:10
I have been waiting for a good android with the qualitys of this calibre,,i am sold..
- 2010-04-27 04:37
ok, so i've emailed a couple online vendors and asked specifically if their Galaxy units had LED flash like their product pages claimed. they've confirmed that the phones have LED flash. but i remain a skeptic, since i havent seen a photo of the phone where the flash is visible.
so for all you out there complaining about the absence of flash - you may not need to worry after all
- 2010-04-27 02:49
I would LOVE to see a good dual LED/Xenon arrangement on a top-notch smartphone, but its not much of a deal breaker for me. For instance, I was REALLY rooting for the X10, but the apparent lack of multi-touch due to hardware issues put it out of the running.
Let's face it, outside of a couple phone models, flashes -Xenon or LED- are substandard anyways. I avoid using a flash whenever possible, because more often than not, they make a picture worse in all but really bad lighting conditions.
And, the lack of a flash doesn't render HD recording useless.
Of course, it all depends on what kind of user you are. I almost never use a phone camera unless I need to take a picture, and I don't have my P&S on me. If your phone is your primary or ONLY camera, then I can understand
How many top-shelf smartphones have a great camera with a great flash? Not many. Even the X10 only has a LED flash. I would think that once manufacturers consider what is most important to most of their target customers, a great flash quickly falls by the wayside. Better flashes add to bulk and cost to the unit, and are a greater drain on the battery. And for many heavy smartphone users, a camera is an essential but ultimately secondary function of the phone.
- 2010-04-26 21:54
It has a flash!
Are you happy now?
Everybody bent out of shape of the fucking thing...and it In it.
Can WE all relax now?
Can the Android be updated to 2.2?
- 2010-04-26 21:09
- Stephane M
REALLY NOT FLASH ??? If that's true, too bad. Prefer S8500 or I8520....
- 2010-04-26 14:39
full spec Samsung GT I9000 GALAXY S 16GB
(width x height x depth):
64.2 x 122.4 x 9.9 millimetres
2.5 x 4.8 x 0.4 inches
118 grams (battery included)
Google Android 2.1
Browse devices running this OS
Browse devices based on Hummingbird
32KiB data cache / 32 KiB instruction cache
16.36 GB (billion bytes)
color Super Active Matrix OLED display
24 bit/pixel (16777216 scales)
4 " (102 millimetres)
480 x 800 (384000 pixels)
2.07 " x 3.44 " (52.48 x 87.46 millimetres)
232.3 pixel/inch (0.10933 millimetre/pixel)
16 bit nominal quantization
48000 Hz sampling frequency
16 bit resolution
48000 Hz holding frequency
GSM850, GSM900, GSM1800, GSM1900, UMTS900, UMTS1900, UMTS2100
CSD, GPRS, EDGE, UMTS, HSDPA, HSUPA
40 -chord melody (polyphonic)
microSD, microSDHC, TransFlash
Supports High Capacity (SD 2.0/HC) memory cards with capacity of up to 32GB
USB 2.0 client, Hi-Speed (480Mbit/s)
USB Series Micro-B (Micro-USB) connector
Bluetooth 3.0, Internal antenna
IEEE 802.11b, IEEE 802.11g, IEEE 802.11n, 108 Mbit/s
FM radio (87.5-108MHz) with RDS radio reciever
Proprietary headset as antenna
Assisted GPS, Geotagging
2560 x1920 pixels (4.92MP)
mobile light (LED)
1080x720 pixels , 30frame/sec
640 x480 pixels (0.31MP)
built-in digital compass
GPRS Class 12
Bluetooth stereo audio profile (A2DP
Chrome Lite Browser
Mar 26, 10 18:13:34
- 2010-04-26 11:56
> In reply to nk 5800 @ 2010-04-26 04:38 from sE8v - click to readMulti-tasking has never been a problem with Android OS
- 2010-04-26 09:22
just a personal suggestion to phone manufactures out there. If a person is worried about over exposure of images,i would hope that there is this mechanism where we can set the brightness of the flash according to our preference (just like those lights in cinemas).. so, the light flashed out would be just right.. hmm, is it possible to do so?
- 2010-04-26 07:09
> In reply to Anonymous @ 2010-04-25 08:42 from 2T0E - click to readyeppppp... but give us the option... there are times when i need a flashlight
- 2010-04-26 06:17
> In reply to [deleted post]maybe the person feels unsafe without the trackball... LOL
- 2010-04-26 00:40