AnonD-706209, 12 Feb 2018Never take out any nokia phone to compare it with the X brand on the camera quality in dayligh... moreWrong my friend, nothing can reach clear 5/8MP night photos of Nokia 808 (ISO 200-400, handheld) or 38MP (ISO 50, long exposure on tripod).
Common Sense, 10 Feb 2018Samsung did NOT introduce the "tall aspect ratio". Jeez. Never take out any nokia phone to compare it with the X brand on the camera quality in daylight. Because X brand will be the one who become silent. But if you take out nokia phone to see the quality in low light or darker place. X brand will start to talk.
Common Sense, 08 Feb 2018You should have a reality check. Samsung did not introduce 18:9. Do a little research to back-... moreOne more things a non-nokia fans wouldn't know is that. Since there have been a lot of Nokia fan posting and commenting in forum, facebook page that they wanted a 18:9 nokia phone. To them they will be skeptical whether their comment been seen or read by Nokia. Unfortunately, i can tell you from the design of Nokia 7 Plus. Nokia did really sees your comments. They really listening....
3D Memorys, 10 Feb 2018Display: 5.8" Super AMOLED, 2,960x1440px resolution, 18.5:9 (2.06:1) aspect ratio, 570ppi; HDR... moreIt was NOT the company named SAMSUNG that first announced a "tall aspect ratio" for smartphones. English, do you speak it?
Common Sense, 10 Feb 2018Samsung did NOT introduce the "tall aspect ratio". Jeez. Display: 5.8" Super AMOLED, 2,960x1440px resolution, 18.5:9 (2.06:1) aspect ratio, 570ppi; HDR 10 compliant (no Dolby Vision).
18.5:9 consider a long tall phone if you watching YouTube it must have a black bar or lost some views.
Well, it's already something, the nkia rises from the knees, the specification has touched on the future gold standard of midrange segment devices, it's not clear what is with battery, but if there is a NFC, this device can rock quite well!
Common Sense, 08 Feb 2018You should have a reality check. Samsung did not introduce 18:9. Do a little research to back-... moreWhatever it named infinity or bezelless is refer to a long tall display unit. 18:9 or other more than 18:9 are also a long tall screen ratio.
Florin , 08 Feb 2018Why on earth manufacturers follow this 18:9 screen ratio trend? It's completely useless, all m... moreBecause multitasking is much more convenient with 18:9 (2:1) screen. Never going back to 16:9 once you've used 18:9.
Why on earth manufacturers follow this 18:9 screen ratio trend? It's completely useless, all media has 16:9 format. I guess they should come up with something "new" even if it's completely unnecessary
If this phone has dual SIM and SD-card tray separated with a 4kMah battery, I'll get it, am tired of Chinese brands and hybrid sim slots.
If its come with bigger battery 4000mAh and above it attract a lot people buy.
3D Memorys, 07 Feb 2018Why manipulated by Samsung screen ratio marketing? 18:9 screen ratio is not perfect for one ha... moreYou should have a reality check. Samsung did not introduce 18:9. Do a little research to back-up your statements before bashing a brand with your uneducated hate comments.
Why manipulated by Samsung screen ratio marketing? 18:9 screen ratio is not perfect for one hand, Samsung introduce 18:9 due to later Samsung will release foldable smartphone. Why follow the 18:9 screen ratio trends? It is no perfect but just give Samsung have a chance to blow away 18:9 when foldable smartphone released!
Nokia connecting people, I believe the advanced voice commands is the future for wearable devices, you should lead everyone but not follow the Samsung's trend. Please think about it....
CAVBR, 06 Feb 2018I've never said that Samsung and Apple do the same thing is OK. On the contrary, the idea of ... morethen dont buy it, simple as that. dont moan for product which is not made for you. sd660 is fantastic soc for midrange, and i know million of people are waiting for it and they will prefer it over sd 630
Alien , 06 Feb 2018Pffff...
Ok, officially NOKIA is dead from my point of view. I'm interested in using my phone... moreNokia 6 released in january 2017 still they havent released kernel sources to all their mobile...
according to General Public License 2 (GPLv2) OEM should release kernel sources within the three months of release... but most of the OEMs (HMD, samsung, Xiaomi etc) are not following GPL rules.... this is really shame...