X, 06 Jun 2013Put the link with a photo here! I can't find any.You are so desperate to prove me wrong. Judging by the time of your response, you are indeed in a deep mood to troll hard. Therefore, I won't bother. Search it yourself. Don't believe it, doesn't matter. I am not obligated to prove myself to you.
X , 06 Jun 2013What would you say if EOS will have a 20 MPix sensor?I guess you are out of trolling so you are throwing some random stuff just in order to build a hate on.
Seriously, how much outdated you are? Didn't you notice even once, whenever Nokia is going to release a big cameraphone than they always put XX as hidden pixel size. Check out the N8.
Just quit it dude. Admin it that you are out of trolling stuff. It is not even funny now.
Anonymous, 06 Jun 2013yes.. in your dreams. wait until release, this are just rumors.
p.s. 808 still has bigger s... moreHonami appears on the list of devices that will carry the Snapdragon 800:
AnonD-128083, 06 Jun 2013The sensor in the honami is smaller than the 808. The pixel sizes for the 808 at 5 mp are 4mic... moreWho's taking nowadays 3 and 5 Mpix pictures? The 808 has 41 MPix for the whole sensor, at 9/16 ratio it has 34 MPix. The Sony sensor has 20 MPix at 9/16 ratio. Anyway, the Sony package is way more atractive than Nokia EOS, even if EOS will have the "41 MPix" sensor(not confirmed though).
hello Guyz.. do u agree with me. ?.. I doesn’t matter how heavy or how big the bump of Nokia 808 was .. we all liked it .. But this ?
its looking so ugly from behind.. how could the Nokia create this ugly looking device ? … I was waiting for Nokia EOS for almost 7 months … since my Nokia 808 was stolen when it was 2 months old.. :(
I wish atleast the camera was in the center so there could be some possibilities to attach external camera lenss for some hard core photography.
I still like this RENDER
X, 06 Jun 2013I just read about the upcoming Sony Xperia Honami.
Will have a 20.1 MPix 1/1.6" Exmor R ... moreyes.. in your dreams. wait until release, this are just rumors.
p.s. 808 still has bigger sensor and read the whitepaper about the PureView PRO technology.
Andrei, 06 Jun 2013hey, I'm looking to buy a Lumia 820(can't quite afford 920) to replace my android Acer Cloudmo... moreProbably yes. You can look for Nokia stress tests on YouTube, and see how hard they test them in the factory.
Also check this out and see what Juha Alakarhu (who is now head of the Nokia Iimaging department) does at 1:00 ;-)
AnonD-143158, 06 Jun 2013awwwwh,,,, i hate the the word non-expandable,,,, wish it had an SD slot,,,,awwww... i hate the the word non-removable.
awwwwh,,,, i hate the the word non-expandable,,,, wish it had an SD slot,,,,
X, 06 Jun 2013I just read about the upcoming Sony Xperia Honami. Will have a 20.1 MPix 1/1.6" Exmor R ... moreThe sensor in the honami is smaller than the 808. The pixel sizes for the 808 at 5 mp are 4microns, and doing the calculations based on the senor size and resolution, the the pixel size for the Sony honami will be more than a full micron and a half away.At 3mp the 808 has 5 micron pixels, which would put the Honami more than 2.5 microns away from the 808's pixel size.
Andrei, 06 Jun 2013hey, I'm looking to buy a Lumia 820(can't quite afford 920) to replace my android Acer Cloudmo... moreNokia is something more than strong :D
If you want a Nokia then you have two best choices. Nokia Lumia 820 and 720. I would prefer 820 but if you are a bit out of budget than 720 is your best choice. The difference between them is chipsets, RAM and camera. 820 is superior than 720.
Still I would prefer 820 :)
hey, I'm looking to buy a Lumia 820(can't quite afford 920) to replace my android Acer Cloudmobile whose screen literally cracked while in my pocket(probably the keys pressed on it and it cracked as it only had a screen protector, idk. Took it out of the pocket and surprise. cracked screen). I am now afraid to use it even if I replace the screen because it may crack again. That's why I was looking for a nokia that seems more solid. Do you think the 820 is worth it? Are the specs good enough to replace my old phone? is it strong enough to survive ocasional drops and not crack in my pocket?
I just read about the upcoming Sony Xperia Honami.
Will have a 20.1 MPix 1/1.6" Exmor R II sensor. The pixels on the sensor will be bigger than on the 808, so with less noise, and the Exmor sensor is the best in low light. It will carry also the Bionz dedicated camera processor (capable of 10fps for 24 MPix pictures, see Nex 7 camera specs). The phone will have a Snapdragon 800 quad core processor at 2.3 GHz, Adreno 330, 2GB of RAM, 1080p screen, and it will be dust and water protected. I think I've just met my new phone:).
lol, 06 Jun 2013Nokia can't make slim phones. Small screen in a fat body. It adds more thickness and heavyness.Now now, no need to create irrelevancy with the topic. The thickness and heaviness are for a reason. Compare it with slim phones drop tests and you'll get your answer or probably, you have one but despite of the fact that hate Nokia so therefore, your mind, if would be giving you the answer, you just didn't stop and posted the same comment again.
AnonD-134497, 06 Jun 2013Just like your name, I will "laugh out loud" on your comment. Do you even know how m... moreNokia can't make slim phones. Small screen in a fat body. It adds more thickness and heavyness.