thanks you,do u know y because u dont have any information about mobile u dont know that nokia is using from samsung technology and recent nokia phones are so ugly and without any new features we haven't seen any 8 megapixel from nokia but samsung has released 2 models and they are going to release 10 megapixel one yes dudes this samsung quality and technology and really pleauge on nokia they are losing thier reputation and competition if u have sth to say im all hearing because i know u nokia fans have nothing to say, sorry for u too
How about 300 Euro?
The initial price may be higher but it has to come down to 300 Euro since it is far inferior to Omnia.
Anonymous, 13 Nov 2008dont you know that mobile-review are Nokia fans ??? This is the best Samsung phone and If it... moreThat may be true, but what was written on that article was also true. N79 has better egronomics, is lighter, has better keypad, better n-series gallery, (i7110 has the basic symbian interface), n-gage, lens cover,dual led/flashlight, 3.5mm audio jack, xpress-on covers, etc. The only thing i7110 has over n79 is the 2.6 inch oled screen and the qvga recording at 120fps.
Sam N91 user Samsung, 13 Nov 2008An article on Mobile-review.com site's english version says:-->
Price would be 400 Euros,
... moredont you know that mobile-review are Nokia fans ???
This is the best Samsung phone and If it wasnt Xperia x1 than this would be my phone
An article on Mobile-review.com site's english version says:-->
Price would be 400 Euros,
Sound Quality is average, not above N79,
Size is bigger & bulkier than N79,
OS is also not same, N-Gage, Wifi Menu, Transition, Gallery etc. are better in N79 ...
Since, I am a Samsung Fan, I'd rather wait for review on GSMArena ...
This device has a great deal of advanced technology on board but it is likely that this price figure of 500 euros is totally incorrect. 300-350 euroes would secure sales for this device and should it be on the market for 250 euros it will sell extremely well and assist Samsung's aim to increase marketshare and promote its commitment to the Symbian OS. At 500 euros it simply isn't going to be viable alternative to the Samsung i8515 Innov8 and the Nokia N and E Series.
Price for sure varies in different region. They have to keep it lower than N79 in anyway. My reading is it will drop down once it hits the stores.
I think Samsung should rethink their marketing campaign and should start on something new, they're going back to their old roots again, I'm a Samsung fan but I think Nokias offering, Nokia n79 and n85 seems to be the definitive choice, just go and read the review. http://www.mobile-review.com/review/samsung-i7110-en.shtml
Wow. been waiting imapatiently to get one of these. but prise bit hight.
hey this is my first time i comment
and i hope to buy this phone coz it have evrey thing i want
Mustafa, 12 Nov 2008First post BABY! Too bad this phone has a bad keypad, or I would totally get it!why do your refuse to grow by continually posting this nonsense about being first to post. Is this your first time to use a computer that has got u excited no end?.
Now hold on..500 euro?? That price is about the same as the INNOV 8!! As this is their sub model, what gives??
yea man 500euro, daam homies thats alot, you can get the same stuff on N95 regaler, except for differences like metal and form factor, this has the potential to be a good seller but that depends on pricing....But i'm gonna hold on longer until the Nokia monsters arrive....these are nothing man compared to them!!! VGA Screen-a-coming!!!!!!!!
rajiev, 12 Nov 2008no buddy intrested in it.becoz the phone is always phone not a box of metalyes ur right
500 Euro is too much? Here in Brazil the N95-1 classic costs 516 Euro, last year it was over 690 Euro. Miraculously N96 costs 'just' 825 Euro here. Disgusting government keep stealing from everyone.
Robert, 12 Nov 2008Mhh, shall I wait for that or take the Nokia E66 instead... ?no,take samy
Recommended retail price is 499€. RRP of i900 Omnia was 649€ (stated in its press release, just to give you the dimensions).