Anonymous, 30 Sep 2009Too bad it run's Symbian, now run along and annoy the N97 crowd.At one time you had nothing but good things to say about omnia hd, now you've changed your mind.
Anonymous, 30 Sep 2009Too bad it run's Symbian, now run along and annoy the N97 crowd.another turd brain....
Anonymous, 30 Sep 2009I concur. But people (especially those already own the iPhone) will forever defend this device... moreI8910 is also known as the Omnia hd. Its is the best phone to date. Its by Samsung and the first phone that can do HD recording and playback. 3.7" AMOLED screen. Check it out its a monster.
N900 KING, 30 Sep 2009You must of heard all the buzz lately, about Nokia’s upcoming N900 Internet Tablet right? If n... moreFurther to my previous post regarding music player quality on the N900, here's what the review team here at GSMarena had to say about the 3GS;-
"Audio quality deserves a High-Five
Just when we thought that they cannot get much better in this area and here come Apple to surprise us. The audio quality of the iPhone 3G was almost as good as it gets on a portable device and now with the iPhone 3GS it is simply perfect.
The iPod's bigger brother provides the best sonic experiences on the market with all of its readings simply remarkable.
As far as the improvements over the previous gen iPhones is concerned, the iPhone 3GS sports a much improved frequency response with the other readings almost on par. No one will probably be able to tell the differences in distortion levels for example, but this is mostly because the iPhone 3G performed flawlessly there to begin with."
Perfect sound and an equalizer to boot.
N900 KING, 30 Sep 2009You must of heard all the buzz lately, about Nokia’s upcoming N900 Internet Tablet right? If n... moreHere's some more of the "buzz" I've heard about the unwanted N900:-
"It makes very little sense to review this side of Maemo5 in isolation from the hardware department, so we'll try to focus on all aspects right here. The platform employed by the N900 (and Nokia aren't planning to ditch it any time soon) sports DAC33 audio chipset, identical to the one found in the Nokia N97, meaning that all phones running on this platform will have fairly good audio quality. But unfortunately music-related software has never been the top priority for Maemo, so what we can see in the N900 are merely first steps in the right direction, as its player doesn't even feature any equalizers yet. Another drawback we can't overlook are the on-screen volume controls that are way too small and fiddly to use - in most cases you'll be better off punching the volume rocker mounted on the casing. For some bizarre reason the handset doesn't have FM-radio, even though it does offer an FM-transmitter (that allows you to pick a frequency and broadcast some nonsense) whose quality is on par with other transmitters found in mobile devices - in other words, it leaves much to be desired."
I think you should go tell the Nokia sheep who wasted $700 buying N97's about this phone, I'm sure they will appreciate having to shell out for a new phone after a couple of months.
Soulchild_71, 30 Sep 2009Why are we still talking about a iphone competitor? The iphone is not match for the i8910 Omni... moreI concur. But people (especially those already own the iPhone) will forever defend this device. I'm glad they're happy with their toys. But it's those arrogant, biased and uninformed iPhone lovers who irk me. I wanted so much to like the iPhone (and I almost got one), but there are better alternatives out there. i8910 FTW.
N900 KING, 30 Sep 2009You must of heard all the buzz lately, about Nokia’s upcoming N900 Internet Tablet right? If n... moreWhy are we still talking about a iphone competitor? The iphone is not match for the i8910 Omnia hd and there are lots of phones released by LG, Nokia, Samsung, Toshiba and SE that are better than the iphone. The only thing that is worth talking about is a apps store competitor.
I see most people who dont`t permit to buy the iphone 3gs claims that is bad and stupid comments about iphone 3gs.My recomendation is to try one and then speak.This is a masterpiece smartphone.And if u don`t have the money to buy it it doesn`t mean that is not good,it means just that you are an ignorant peasant that is envyous on other brand than yours.I had all the brands,nokia,SE,Samsung,siemens,etc.I didn`t said that there isn`t any other phones with more features but i say that isn`t other phones that works as flawless as the iphone 3gs.For me an other couple of million people is the best phone....al the rest can buy second-hand phones and be happy.But don`t lie if you dont know what you`re saying.IPHONE 3GS IS THE BEST PHONE EVER!!!!excuse my english.
Anonymous, 30 Sep 2009To the people who've got iPhones: you just bought one, you didn't invent it!" If you've eve... moreWhat's embarassingly funny, is you. You're totally wasting your time here. Why don't you just stay in the N900 forum? It seems like you post more comments here than the N900 thread. Is it because no one's there? lol. You look like a desparate hater. You really need to see a psychiatrist. Your hate is starting to consume you. You need to let it go. The iphone will be here to stay. Learn to accept the things that you do not have control over and move in with your life. Strive for goodness rather than bitterness. Learn to respect others. Avoid things that upsets you (iphone). Keep away from those things as far as possible. Do that, and you will have a happier life :)
To the people who've got iPhones: you just bought one, you didn't invent it!"
If you've ever spoken to an iphone owner you'll appreciate why that is funny
•Perfect outdoors grill: iPhone 3G S.
•Don’t be afraid of winter , you have iPhone 3G S to warm you!.
•Fast breakfast: iPhone 3G S-crumbled eggs!.
•First phone ever that changes collors from white to brown! (New invention!).
.The list could go on and on…but I think you get my point?
For those that are confused by above “jokes”, iPhone 3G S is overheating, yep it does not even have to be in charging mode…
You must of heard all the buzz lately, about Nokia’s upcoming N900 Internet Tablet right? If not, you don’t know what you’re missing, as the phone is definately shaping up to be great device.
After seeing all the videos of the Nokia N900, as well as the first look at the stylish Maemo 5 interface, could the N900 step up to be a competitor to the iPhone? If you are not too bothered about the N900, then what about the Nokia X6? That has just been announced too and looks like a good option for those looking for an iPhone alternative coz it knocks spots of Kiddy phones
n900 eats a apple a day
Anonymous, 01 Jan 1970Dear Hassan,
i think will not release in etisalat emarates as there is no deal with etisalat Egypt unfortunally to release it however the deal here with mobinil and vodafone and i bought the 3gs from vodafone but waiting to unlock 3.1
Anonymous, 30 Sep 2009You must of heard all the buzz lately, about Nokia’s upcoming N900 Internet Tablet right? If n... morewhat buzz lately??LOL haha if youre talking about buzzing the crowd, i remember the last 2 was the iphone 3G and 3Gs. so what about the n900?LOL do you think a nokia phone with big memory, a 5mp cam and a new o.s. can already beat an iphone??LOL you are funny man.LOL
you are a stand-up comedian!LOL
Anonymous, 30 Sep 2009You must of heard all the buzz lately, about Nokia’s upcoming N900 Internet Tablet right? If n... moreThe N900?
Sorry it's got no document editing.
Can't send MMS.
Most things are stuck in landscape mode.
Here's something about the browser:-
"The browser boasts built-in support for Flash 9.4 as well as AJAX. It would seem not much has changed compared to the previous version, but in terms of philosophy Nokia have tried to deliver browsing experience as close to Apple's Safari as possible, since it's the effective benchmark on the market, that is still unreachable for many other phone makers. And Nokia with their Maemo Browser are not an exception.
But the first thing we need to find out about this browser is how quickly it renders pages. For reference, The Nokia N810, compared to any iPhone, ends up hopelessly behind Apple's smartphone. Being an owner of both devices, however, I must say that my bedside table has been occupied by the iPhone for quite a while now - the simple fact is that it is speedier and doesn't have as many flaws (it does crash occasionally, but in return its page rendering speed is phenomenal). That's why I had been really looking forward to the new N900 and its revamped browser, however after a month of quality time with it I reached an unfavorable conclusion - even though Maemo Browser is developing at a rapid pace, it hasn't caught up with the rest of the pack yet, as it still can't stand comparison to the browser application found in Android-based phones or Apple's iPhone (Safari WebKit). Why so? Perhaps there is not a whole lot of resources allocated to this department, although Maemo Browser still beats the application available in S60 devices."
So the browser is still not as good as Safari.