Funny, not a single website had an idea of how much the C905 will gona cost. Then you make an issue from a pre-order price? If that was the real price im sure that guys at gsmarena who did the preview would react just the same The only time that you can pound on the price of this phone is when it start selling. Really, plain stupidity. LOL!
1399.00 se c905
849.00 extra for the se c905!
My advice, obviously buy the n95. Even the samsung omnia i900 at 800.00 u.s dollars.
Except for the glass screen , the rest is plastic.
We just went over this, don't you read.
Your advice is for people to buy this phone.
Are you going to loan people 1399.00 u.s dollars!
Grover, 22 Jun 2008No vga video recording at 30 fps. Bit confused I thought this was a top of the line camera phone. great point well made grover!
1399.00 for this phone at cellhut which sounds like u.s dollars.
Omnia i900, 1098.00 in singapore which is 800.00 in u.s dollars.
600.00 less then the c905! Wow!
SE C905 for only $1,399.99!! ridiculous.
This phone hasn't release yet. But obviously you're already flipping out! LOL!
Allan, 22 Jun 2008@Anonymous. 2gb is a lot you say. Not when you put maps on a phone. The maps for north america... moreFeature phone and windows mobile has dif'rent platform and audience
Allan, post your opinion, not your stupidity.
No vga video recording at 30 fps.
Bit confused I thought this was a top of the line camera phone.
@Anonymous. 2gb is a lot you say. Not when you put maps on a phone. The maps for north america on my phone are 1.5 gb's.
@other anonymous. Exquisite design and fine materials you say of the c905.
How would you know when the phone hasn't even been released yet.
What do you think, it's made of steel. LOL.
How do you know how many gb's it hold's.
This phone hasn't even been released yet, or maybe it will get cancelled like the p5 and the g702!
Anyways the omnia will kill this phone!
Anonymous, 22 Jun 2008nick, tis fon supposely can do video at qvga resolution, fyi, qvga = 320x240. which in fact f... morewell...if your so disapointed about the qvga..dont let that 5mp's get you down too much ok?..cheer up
tis fon supposely can do video at qvga resolution, fyi, qvga = 320x240. which in fact for such a cutting edge fon, is a real disappointment. bcos u see, nokia long ago on some mid range fon can already did vga video which is at 640x480.
this phone is capable of shooting photos with 8,100,000 pixels within them
yet cannot make a video about 320x240.
this is supposed to be a cameraphone!
Shayn, 22 Jun 2008SE and Nokia they all say 2GB Max etc. Coz they want you to buy the memory card from SE or Nok... moreactually shayn..go search through those n82/n95/n96 threads...come back when u find something posted by me ok???..dont worry bro i aint that petty...unlike some right?
as i said if you so happy with your n82..what u doin here bro?
its funny cas u say your happy with ya phone but your novel size comments on se threads say otherwise.
BTW, i own a samsung and wouldnt buy either the c905/n82/n96 etc..for that reason, they are to big in my opinion..but at least this phone looks half decent.
Now once again..run off son.peace.
the onl thing the n95 has over the c905 is it has infa red and its a smart phone. who really needs a smart phone who not a business person. thats what computers are for. the n95 is start to be out dated. the omnia and x1 are better smartphones
lee, 22 Jun 2008will someone please tell me wot all the fuss bout memory is the phone comes with a 2gb memory ... moreSE and Nokia they all say 2GB Max etc. Coz they want you to buy the memory card from SE or Nokia direct. Nokia and SE dont make higher cards for eg 8GB, 16GB, 32GB so they just say 2GB.
For SE in M2 Card = these will support 8GB. P1i supported 8GB and K850i so i dont see why C905 wont work with 8GB.
For Nokia MicroSD = N95 supports 8GB with abit of a firmware update so does N76. N82 supports 32GB straight out of the box n no updates needed.
Remember if buying a card eg from San Disk always check there specs on how much memory ur device can support coz they make the cards and they test it on the devices.