AnonD-5197, 28 Apr 2011Is that Opera 10? I'll give it a try on my friend's phone.this is very smart mobile fone
AnonD-5449, 28 Apr 2011oh, so you have got stuck with the "need" of an mediasexy 1GHz processor. With the U... moreI like carrying around a laptop-like device that is as compact as possible. It seems even with the opera, N8 is not fast enough for my taste.
AnonD-5197, 27 Apr 2011680 MHz Nokia devices all seem to have similar symptoms of having severe lag when it comes to ... moreoh, so you have got stuck with the "need" of an mediasexy 1GHz processor. With the UC browser on my Nokia 5800, which runs on an ARM11 434 MHz processor, downloads webpages very fastly and with Opera Mobile, scrolling is very smooth. It's really sad when people only rely on the specs and believe in what haters have said. And yes, the Symbian default browser still sucks, but you're not stuck with it! Tell me, where have you tested the updated Symbian browser, when the update isn't even available yet.
AnonD-5197, 27 Apr 2011680 MHz Nokia devices all seem to have similar symptoms of having severe lag when it comes to ... moredude, the browser isnt slow because of the cpu
the browser just plain sucks, ill admit
im using opera which is better than stock android browser
other than the stock browser, i see no lag.
that's the beauty of smartphones. look at windows internet explorer. it's rubbish, but that doesnt mean windows are bad
this guys are just amazing.
the ways they find to cheat the costumers.
this is not a leak guys, just marketing!
AnonD-3575, 27 Apr 2011you're mentioning the lag king galaxys and then you say nokia lags at the end im using n8 wi... more680 MHz Nokia devices all seem to have similar symptoms of having severe lag when it comes to loading web pages. Galaxy S? I'm actually talking about all devices being released with 1GHz+ CPUs. They all seem to load everything faster than N8 + E7 put together. I did try the web browser on N8 with the new update. It is VERY SLOW.
AnonD-3575, 27 Apr 2011you're mentioning the lag king galaxys and then you say nokia lags at the end im using n8 wi... moreN8? WOW...haha...Trust me..If OS not good enough + boring + old fashion, it's totally pointless eventhough it smoother than others..You said you using N8, I never doubt that, cause I use to be Nokia N97 user until I totally gave up and give it to my mum who doesn't know anything about smartphone and start using the REAL SMARTPHONE (Android) And I believe I'm not the only one who jump out from Nokia..
AnonD-5197, 27 Apr 2011Define "forceful conversion"...
No one was forced to switched to Android or iOS. ... moreyou're mentioning the lag king galaxys
and then you say nokia lags at the end
im using n8 with the newest update and it doesnt lag
your post is full of nonsense
picture reminds me of the pre-auto focus era and when 1.3 megapixels were conciderd a lot. they need to improve the overall picture quality, add xenon flash, and also ditch the qwerty unless the unit will be compact like the x10 minis.
anonymouse, 27 Apr 2011what you are discussing can be defined as "a forceful conversion of choices and requireme... moreDefine "forceful conversion"...
No one was forced to switched to Android or iOS. Android and iOS just get things done faster.
Battery? CPU? Read that.
"While it’s almost universally agreed that power efficiency is a priority for these processors, many criticize the amount of processing power these new chips are bringing to mobile devices, and ask why so much performance is necessary. Whether or not mobile applications actually need this much power is not really the concern however; improved processing and graphics performance with little to no additional increase in energy needs will allow future phones to actually be much more efficient in terms of power. This is because ultimately, power efficiency relies in a big part on the ability of the hardware in the phone to complete a task quickly and return to an idle state where it consumes very little power. This “burst” processing, while consuming fairly high amounts of power for very short periods of time, tends to be more economical than prolonged, slower processing. So as long as ARM chipset manufacturers can continue to crank up the performance while keeping power requirements low, there’s nothing but gains to be had."
Nokia phones are too laggy. Argue all you want... They are too slow.
anonymouse, 27 Apr 2011what you are discussing can be defined as "a forceful conversion of choices and requireme... moreYeah..too bad I'm not a celebrity, not most wanted person,not politician..I'm just an ordinary citizen and I don't mind at all about what privacy intruder..in fact, u not really know the difference between IOS and Android facing..Android's Tracing user location without at information,without idendity..it's simply anonymous data with coordinate..So who care? I don't really know about IOS problem since steve jobs doesn't defend theirself..So is that you Nokia fanboys take this as topic to defend Nokia's failure? :( too bad
AnonD-5791, 27 Apr 2011U.S Smartphone market share (March 11, Nielsen Mobile Insights) - Android OS 37% , Apple IOS 2... morewhat you are discussing can be defined as "a forceful conversion of choices and requirements"... Andriod and iOS are battery guzzlers with an intention of intruding privacy of users
[deleted post]U.S Smartphone market share (March 11, Nielsen Mobile Insights) - Android OS 37% , Apple IOS 27% , RIM Blackberry OS 22% , Microsoft Windows Mobile/WP7 10% , Palm/WebOS 3% , Symbian OS 2%... Nokia's Symbian rules Finland not U.S...Not even the world =D
ALL THE POSTING RULES . . . .can i use the word crap ? well thats the word i use for all android and apple phones. Like all comments previously posted before me, all phone manufacturers have completely forgotten (in their quest to reap all the $$$ fr innocent consumers !) that the best phone is still one that can make & receive calls effeciently & clearly, one that can assist the user to sms out (one hand sms is always faster than the QWERTY) at "high speed".