Jens, 16 Apr 2012I'm sure this phone is going to drain battery like way hell.. it's only 1400mAh capacity...no it won't. this device uses symbian...and does not consume that much power as my beloved droid. 1400mah is actually great. will give you some extra juice for browsing and gaming after a photo session :)
NobleScarlet, 16 Apr 2012Nice find there. :)
And now we have the 808 PureView. A very potential game changer. But what... morei believe it's the rumored lumia pureview.
nokia is still a bit shy on showing right away that they will continue symbian after ELOP pronounced it dead.
Geetam, 16 Apr 2012the android killernot really. pureview is a photography technology. and not much of the market cares about how their camera perform. i would agree if it's meego.
if nokia didn't ditched meego.... meego would have given android a very tough time.
What a fat and wery hewy phone and poor specs nokia is going back in the time
NobleScarlet, 16 Apr 2012Nice find there. :)
And now we have the 808 PureView. A very potential game changer. But what... moreHaving read this article, it reminded me of yet another article in yet another era:
An open letter to Nokia CEO, Olli-Pekka Kallasvuo: The 10 things you need to do today to be a contender in the high-end smartphone market again tomorrow
I hope the Nokia BoD read this open letter.
steelicon, 16 Apr 2012Read more here => http://communities-dominate.blogs.com/brands/2011/12/calculating-the-elop... moreNice find there. :)
And now we have the 808 PureView. A very potential game changer. But what does Nokia have as its flagship? Lumia 900.
I'm sure this phone is going to drain battery like way hell.. it's only 1400mAh capacity...
the phone with almost 41MP camera has only display resolution of 360*640 with 184 ppi density... Y????
i am completely dissatisfied... y because i can feel the difference of 210 ppi in my 701 and 330ppi in my boss's iphone 4s. i am lil bit confused that as my phone itself has lacking a lil bit of contrast, then how shall this 808 display looks like??
Wow, people really hate windows phone... I love it personally, but each to their own! Why so negative about this phone now? It looks pretty sweet except for the build maybe... Stop with all the hatin'!!
NobleScarlet, 15 Apr 2012Agree. I too smell an Elop sabotage in this model. Form, specifications, battery, features...
... moreRead more here => http://communities-dominate.blogs.com/brands/2011/12/calculating-the-elop-effect-hes-already-destroyed-a-company-the-size-of-oracle-and-profits-the-size-.html
WHAT IS THE ELOP EFFECT
The Elop Effect is similar to the Osborne Effect and the Ratner Effect. Both of them were COMMUNICATION errors. Not errors of management decisions. Errors of communication. Osborne Effect bankrupted the Osborne Computer Company in Britain, and the Ratner Effect almost did the same for Ratners Jewelry Store also in the UK, but they survived only by firing their CEO and changing the name of the company. Imagine how severe your troubles have to be, if you are a retailer and have to change your company name and branding. If Walmart was so poisonous as a brand, or Tesco or Ikea, that they can only survive by changing totally their corporate identity and trying to convince consumers that they are now somebody else. Ouch indeed. Stephen Elop caused the modern version of the Osborne Effect, when he announced that Nokia would switch from Symbian to WP, while at that time, he had no Microsoft WP based Nokia smartphones to sell, or even to show.
That is exactly what Osborne did with his computers. Osborne saw its sales collapse overnight. So did Nokia too. We have now seen Nokia lose more than half of its market in a matter of months - a world record destruction of a global customer base. Elop actually even made matters worse than what Osborne had done. Elop not only announced his current smartphones are instantly obsolete on that fateful February 11 day, he then told the world, that Nokia under his leadership would boldly release dozens more new smartphones on that suddenly-undesirable Symbian OS for more than a year to come. He in fact committed to 150 million more Symbian phones - which would take us to about the end of 2012 before Nokia would stop peddling new Symbian phones at us. And this, when in February he announced to the world that Nokia's own Symbian was to be terminated. What a fool! So Elop looked at the most damaging management communication about new products ever, and decided he can do better. He actually out-Osborned Osborne.
Yes. That alone would qualify us for creating a new word in his honor to commemorate this disgrace. But he was not done. Elop wanted to guarantee he will end up in the Guiness Book of Records for the most incompetent management ever, he compounded his error by replicating the Ratner Effect, except that too, he did with his Microsoftian style.
So just before his big Microsoft announcement, Elop decided to issue an internal memo to all staff, about his thoughts. This is the infamous Burning Platforms memo, the costliest management memo ever written. A memo so toxic it not only wiped out Billions in sales and profits at the smartphone unit - it even caused severe loss at the supposedly unrelated featurephones unit of Nokia (ie dumbphones). The Burning Platforms memo was so devastating it gives new meaning to the term 'poison pen'.
tom, 15 Apr 2012according to this "GSMArena: You advertise 140 db audio recording. What's special about t... moreIt records in stereo but only one speaker at the back,mono when listening thrue the 808,like N8.and one microphone dedicated to phonecalls.
according to this "GSMArena: You advertise 140 db audio recording. What's special about the technology behind that?
D. Dinning: First of all, we have new microphones, which we position at the ends of the device to give as much stereo-spatial awareness as possible, as well as getting them as far away from the camera as possible" 808 has stereo speakers?
amzing low light pics!
how about Nokia 808 pureview VS Samsung galaxy Note.. Note eats away this small chicken in less thn a second
This is one big step to change the game! If Nokia can add more techs on a mobile device, then thats it!
Congrats Nokia! ;)