Yugi, 21 May 2012Why would I need a high-res camera on my phone? I would just bring my DSLR.OK! Enjoy making/receiving calls, sending/receiving SMS, browsing the web, listening to music/radio, reading some e-books, playing games, etc. using your dslr camera. lols!!
Yugi, 21 May 2012Why would I need a high-res camera on my phone? I would just bring my DSLR.for the same reason you need 4 cores on a phone. Pretty much useless except for specific things(In this case heavy gaming). Then again If I wanted to do heavy gaming I would just bring my psp, or play on my xbox360.
Also, unless you carry your DSLR EVERYWHERE(and i mean it literally hangs from your neck)this phone is a good alternative for photo enthusiasts who want great pictures on the go, everyday. It's not for everybody that's for sure.
Why would I need a high-res camera on my phone? I would just bring my DSLR.
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Rs, 21 May 2012You are totally wrong.who said that android os has bugs?you?then i must say u r new in the fie... moreandroid been unbeatable for the last 5 years???? whatta jokessslolllololololol
i my self using android honeycomb phoneblet and its a very unstable os i've ever use, but yes it has plennty apps just for fun game
for serious matter i use symbian belle e6
What a heck nokia should change its biz advisors. This fone is it for movie shooters or what? Dis cam fon is total flop. Start making android fons and b free.
Whatever anybody has to say about it,I will be the first person to buy it when it gets launched in INDIA.
Jude, 21 May 2012
Lovers and haters of Nokia come and go on this page. They don't like nokia phones because it... moreYou are totally wrong.who said that android os has bugs?you?then i must say u r new in the field.even the new belle ver(111.020.0607)was a bug for file recieveng problem by bluetooth.coz i used 701 that time.n most of the nseries were hanged,some time crashed.i know that better that you because i used every version of symbian.
Symbian has aged now,like great great grand father,so his ryt place is in grave yard.not in the field.n 4 ur kind information in last 5 year android become almost invincible os in today market,after ios.so u also go to bed with ur symbian.have a good day
Does anyone know what the battery life is like in the real world so to speak? Like do you have to charge it every night to get average use of say browsing the internet for about an hour, taking a few pictures, watching some videos and probably sending about 20 texts? Cheers
AnonD-11851, 21 May 2012"Get S3 for everything else one wants from a phone, albeit with a acceptably good camera&... moreYou're right dude... I was just talking about the choice, the choice we have to make.
S3 is quite a fine all rounder, and 808 has the best Camera+Video+Music+HDMI Setup.
But yes, I shouldn't have said "S3 has almost everything" because it doesn't like you pointed out.
But yes, I think I will get 808 only...
AnonD-4254, 21 May 2012@ Thunder66: You're right. Many people out there reading my post, would love to have this came... more"Get S3 for everything else one wants from a phone, albeit with a acceptably good camera"
Aside from acceptably good camera, I want my phone to have FM transmitter, I want rich audio recording & excellent audio quality, i want my phone to have NFC. So will I have these if i get S3?
piplop, 21 May 2012what is the UPnP technology? thanksuPnP means Universal Plug and Play.
Universal Plug and Play (UPnP) is a set of networking protocols that permits networked devices, (such as personal computers, printers, Internet gateways, Wi-Fi access points and mobile devices) to seamlessly discover each other's presence on the network and establish functional network services for data sharing, communications, and entertainment. UPnP is intended primarily for residential networks without enterprise class devices.
Bluetooth 3.0 HS (High speed) is also an example of UPnP.
AnonD-54889, 20 May 2012Dont complain at Nokia,complain to your android phone maker why they dont spend more time in m... more@ Thunder66: You're right. Many people out there reading my post, would love to have this camera in an Android setup.
And so, as of today, it has become a matter of choice:
Get 808 for camera/ video excellence,
Get S3 for everything else one wants from a phone, albeit with a acceptably good camera.
And Apparently, Samsung decided to stay out of the Megapixel Race, even though Megapixels, or Lens Size does matter after all...