EskeRahn, 18 Nov 2019We generally simply needs more variety, and these almost identical slabs.
Some (like you) w... moreThere is two major problem for this
1.reviewers will bash the phone
2.carriers and stores won't promote them. They just push iPhone or Samsung s models
Jimbob, 19 Nov 2019They need to refresh this phoneSeriously. I wish a company would do that.
Even better would be to convince the best of existing tech from other devices into one. And charge an unteasonable markup. Fat chace of course
matjaz, 18 Nov 2019how big is sensor on lumix dmc-cm11 inch. So bigger. They don't seem to fact check here so well anymore.
Luv U Gsmarena/The person who put so much effort in this article. . I literally feel like crying reading this . I still have my Nokia N8 in working condition (minus bad battery back up). .
Back those days I remember How Nokia did so much R and D in terms Of Imaging and Video. . I so wanted something like 808+1020 In Android, Like a dream come true for the photograohy/videography Enthusiast( but feel pity for Nokia..sob sob).. Nokia was the only Company who had Huge budget for its R and D and not for Marketing Gimmick. .I hope the new Nokia gets all the tech and R and D of the old Nokia Mobiles.
Thank you Gsmarena for such wonderful Article depicting the huge potential of Nokia . . . .
Would luv to Read another Article on Meego/Maemo O.S as well. .
Anonymous, 17 Nov 2019Not like that. You are ignoring crop factor.
The f1.5 of note 10 is equivalent to f9 on FF.
... moreOh god. Are you the same one that was spreading that fud in previous articles?
The f1.5 on the galaxies is miles ahead of an f9 on a full frame.
Stop spreading lies.
This phone was screaming innovation. The mind-blowing camera, the sound recording, the screen, and much more and all this was being achieved with specs so low that today are unheard of. Nokia weren't afraid to try new and crazy things, it's such a shame that Nokia is not anymore, I'm not talking about Nokia HMD, I'm taking about the good old Finnish Nokia that was backed up by those bright minds that gave us this phone and symbian and meego and so much more.
We all remember what happened to Windows Phone but the question remains unanswered: 'Could Symbian UI/UE be fixed?'
Anonymous, 18 Nov 2019That's the problem on recent phones, camera sensors are tiny
We need a phone with a big senso... moreGreat article.
Agree. No messy looking multi cameras. Just one really solid beast with a large sensor and top line processing
Proud owner of Nokia 808 pureview and nokia 1020, Still having these 2 phones in perfect condition. the value is going to increase for these day by day. The one good thing with 808 compared with 1020 is the 808 is small and handy so, we can take it to anyplace and half the size of my Galaxy note 9.
Incredible article to be written in these days.
The Pureview's sensor was nothing like any of the 40s megapixel Quadbayer sensors we are seeing nowadays.
It is way way better.
Anonymous, 17 Nov 2019Binning does not work for video.
Huawei does not record HDR not even with rear cam. Of course it does, the real time HDR readout function is there so that HDR image can be captured... literally in real time. It's a function that is mainly for videos and Mate 20 Pro, P30 Pro and Mate 30 Pro all captures HDR videos in FFC (but NOT in the rear, apart from Mate 20 Pro). It becomes less effective in low light, but works great during the day.
By the way just in case you are being confused, by HDR videos I mean videos with extended dynamic range like what you see on iPhone, not videos that have been recorded in HDR10/HLG format.
Anonymous, 17 Nov 2019Not like that. You are ignoring crop factor. The f1.5 of note 10 is equivalent to f9 on FF. ... moreI meant to say that F2.4 aperture reduces the amount of light that the camera captures which allows phones with smaller sensors but with larger aperture lens to *get close* in terms of sheer amount of light being collected (obviously modern phones still capture less photons per time, but they are not that far off from N808). And as for its low light performance, I would say it was comfortably behind old phones that lacked computational processing like iPhone 7 or even iPhone 6s Plus, so software wasn't really the issue at that time.
That's the problem on recent phones, camera sensors are tiny
We need a phone with a big sensor like the 808
I dont care about 3, 4, 5 cameras in the back, i just want one good camera
Anonymous, 18 Nov 2019You wouldn't want it for size reasons.I don't f care
And this was way back when there was no AI processing on photos. I mean, look at that natural bokeh.
I still have my 2nd 1020 in a box somewhere. Wish it was as good as the 808 in pictures.
necropedo, 17 Nov 2019I would take ANYTIME a phone with 23 mm thickness if it could gimme 20-30hours of SoT, 16:9 ra... moreWe generally simply needs more variety, and these almost identical slabs.
Some (like you) want large devices with long stamina, other want compact devices that slip easily into a dinner jacket or purse. Why do they think that all people got equal wishes/needs for their devices???? With literally BILLIONS of users even a 1% segment is still a fairly huge market to target... And if you can get just 10% of that small segment, you are still selling millions...
My point was here that fully extended the lens of CM1 was quite a bit out (browsing images it actually might have been closer to 30 than 23mm), but a longer optic system is needed to have a larger sensor - with the physics/materials we know. So thin phones do inevitable mean inferior cameras. And sure they try to compensate for that combining multiple images, and that is all well if the motive is still, or there is plenty of light.