Samsung Insider, 09 Mar 2014What trolling? I'm just stating facts. My alias has nothing to do with brand. It's just for fu... moreforgot the compare tool link. edit button would be nice,
and put the green rectangle exactly over the girls nose..it will show the skin tone and eyes and hair clarity and also the lips gloss which is missing on both the z1 and 808 38 mp
Samsung Insider, 09 Mar 2014What trolling? I'm just stating facts. My alias has nothing to do with brand. It's just for fu... moreforgot at 1) clarity:
the dslr has better clarity despite the almost double mp of 808..38 vs 23ish on dslr.
look for yourself at the compare tool
so that 808 achieved with 38 mp ? almost as good resolution and clarity as a 23 mp dslr and colors similar to the z1 with 20,7 mp and colors a tiny tiny bit better than every other smartphone with 8 mp...wow that sure is worth the brick form factor.
Samsung Insider, 09 Mar 2014What trolling? I'm just stating facts. My alias has nothing to do with brand. It's just for fu... morelook at the photo compare tool and select xperia z1 , 808 38mp and the dslr and consider clarity(resolution) and colors:
the 808 with its 38 mp isjust a bit better than the xperia z1 with 20.7 mp...thats like half the mp count.
ok ? just a bit better resolution....why ? cause the z1 uses sonys bionz dslr processor..a proper photo proccesor with proven generations.
this is where:
1 dslr is miles ahead
2 the 20.7 mp z1 shows its bottlenecked by the sensor size..ok..not very good
3 the 808 with its wopping 38mp (vs 20.7 z1 and 23ish ?!? dslr) looks just like the z1 in colors. remember the z1 has halp the resolution and smallest sensor. the 808 sensor is almost as big as dslr sensor but does a terrible color job vs dslr...really really not very good
lol, 08 Mar 2014apart from the obvious name and comment contradiction which suggest your trolling...why resure... moreWhat trolling? I'm just stating facts. My alias has nothing to do with brand. It's just for fun. There's not a single cameraphone (By camera phone, I mean a phone with a camera, not a camera with calling functionality) that can beat the picture quality of Nokia 808 PureView. Symbian Belle was just a solid OS with more customization options than Android.
Samsung Insider, 08 Mar 2014Till date, no phone has beaten the Nokia 808 PureView in terms of sunlight visibility and cam... moreapart from the obvious name and comment contradiction which suggest your trolling...why resurect the dead ? belle shmelle..android was okish for its time..now completelly obsolete...should i remind everyone what a fail the n97 was ? but it had a flasgship price.
Till date, no phone has beaten the Nokia 808 PureView in terms of sunlight visibility and camera quality. Wish I could have owned two 808 PureViews. Symbian Belle was the right direction for the development of the OS but then sh*t happened. Symbian OS was very battery friendly
pratsarolkar, 08 Mar 2014i find nokia 808 pw's img offensive. cz of tht wp7.5 display edit. show the world how beautifu... moreTotally. I tried other phones, Android, iOS, WP, but no OS looks better than Belle. None. No matter how much they customize them or not, after a while they get boring to look at. Belle doesn't. Change a theme on Belle (wallpaper, all UI elements, all icons at once), it still brings a smile on your face when you unlock the display.
At that time, i only wanted the nokia N8 and the e6 but i only got the c2-00. Still it is in ok condition.
i m using black 808 since one year , default camera app in shadow sunny area doesn't perform well, maybe because of no software support now but yes by 3rd party apps it can surely beat anything else in smartphones world, i hope other brands will also give such things in future with same hump on back by collaboration with some camera companies like Nikon or Cannon,,
hope so, in-shaah-ALLAH then i can upgrade to other brands. May be in project Ara...
i find nokia 808 pw's img offensive. cz of tht wp7.5 display edit. show the world how beautiful symbian belle ui was..
Sizz, 08 Mar 2014It is indeed amazing to see how far tech has come, I remember how much I wanted the HTC Magic,... moreToshiba can make awesome devices. It is sad they choose not to enter in the global market with some really high-end devices.
Nokia 808 is still the king cameraphone.
Nokia 1020 does not beat it, maybe the next Nokia(Microsoft) camera flagship will.
Let's face it. No solution compares to physical keyboard.
My Pentagram Quadra 9,7 " IPS has the same 2048 x 1536 pixels and the colours are even better then in Apple.And this Pentagram ,made in Poland,is BETTER then iPad .It has even HDMI and USB socket,card slot ,bluetooth accu can be loaded from main or from PC .It works smooth and long,has super Wi-Fi and will cost you jus 1/3 of the Apple price !!!!
And has alu body and 2 cameras
loco-loco, 08 Mar 2014No! I still like classic keypad! And I miss clamshell design too!Me too.
At least I would like an Android Clam-shell phone, can do much smaller screen than 4 or 5 inch. X10 Mini had a 2.6" screen and was great in it's smallness.
Hardware keyboards needs to be large, much bigger than an ordinary smartphone, else it won't do.
Hassan1970, 08 Mar 2014Will we ever see QHD screens on mobile phones this year 2014? I was so disappointed after wait... moreI think you will. The Oppo Find 7 which is supposed to be unveiled on march 19, comes in 2 versions, one with a QHD display and one with a 1080p display :)
I think QHD means 2560x1440 and 3840x2160 means 4k UHD. Gsmarena correct it.
It is indeed amazing to see how far tech has come, I remember how much I wanted the HTC Magic, thought I just had to have it, a year later I got a Xperia X10i. To think my 1st Androids specs (the X10) were impressive at the time with a WVGA (854x480) 4.0inch Display, 1GHz Snapdragon single core CPU and Adreno200 GPU, 384MB RAM, 1GB internal mem with a 8GB MicroSD, 8MP Camera which got an update to record at HD720P in Android2.1 and a 1500mAh battery, these days those specs are poor for even a low end Android, lol, yet that was high end just 4years ago. Now I have a GS4 with a 5inch HD1080P display,an 8core CPU, 3core GPU, 2GB RAM, 32GB built-in mem, 32GB MicroSD, 13MP Camera that can capture HD720P@120FPS and HD1080P@30FPS, a huge 2600mAh battery, and a whole lot of sensors to detect my movements to control UI, detect temp and humidity etc... It's madness!
The Toshiba TG01 not only brought a huge display at the time, it was the 1st phone with a Snapdragon chip, and 1st phone to run at 1GHz, the numbers the TG01 brough to the spec game were mindblowing at the time, as at that time 600mHz was the highest CPU speed in some WM PPCs.