Anonymous, 08 Oct 2009No WiFi? wtf?Its got all the stuff needed for an awesome all round CAMERA phone
please, 07 Oct 2009you know its called ahmohled not A .M .O. L .E .DHe's closer to the right name than you, DOH!!!
this isn't camera in phone...its phone in camera...better buy sony digicam(12MP)+nokia 5800 xpress music...save money aswell ;-)
anycall, 06 Oct 2009no wlan :cry:
no gps (really not necessary, but worthy).are u guyz that much ignorant....lol
read the review
initially this phone is launched only in south korea BUT THE GOOD NEWS IS it will launch for the whole world early next year WITH Wi-Fi and GPS on board.
i should write it again...
"WITH WIFI $ GPS"
now stop cryin bout wifi.
multitouch, 06 Oct 2009does "capacitive touchscreen" mean multitouch?It means the opposite of multitouch. It uses the heat from your fingers to make the screen work, nothing else will make it work but u can get a special stylus. Its much more responsive to a resistive screen like on the n97. Its very unlikely that this phone will have multitouch as the capacitive screen only reacts to your one finger.
the 3G support isn't the best but it can do the trick and it is sufficient (check here: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/E...ta_Optimized )
If the CPU isn`t specified then it should be an AMR type. No OS? or it is unknown or it is Java and that's why they don't say it
this the cool phone + camera i dream of this phone ...huhu happy if my love give as present ...
the best camera all the mobile phone.but have not os-no windows mobile or no symbian-no fm transmitter-no bluetooth v2.1-no gps-no cpu-no 3d graphic-no ram-no tv out-no document viewer-no windows media player-no wifi-no hsdpa-no hsupa-no 3.5 audio jack-no stereo speakers-no tft display
i think the best camera mobile phone but no cpu-no 3d graphic-no ram-no tv out-no document viewer-no bluetooth v 2.1-no fm transmitter-no os or windows mobile 0r symbian-no windows media player-no wifi- no hsdpa-no hsupa-no 3.5mm audio jack- disaplay amoled is not god tft is better -no stereo speakers