better touchscren respose nd camra nd new releases
[deleted post]What is better on X6 than C7, hmm?
Say one reason
I live in the middle east where no Brown Mahogany color :(
If I buy the C7 with the preffered color from Europe, can I update the firmware to read and write Arabic Language?
John, 13 Jan 2011I hv heard that there r some problems arising in c7.... Is it true? Plz plz plz help me out...like what, i have been using for a week now but i dont face any prob till now
Yo man, 13 Jan 2011C7 is better than x6 bcoz.c7 have a good processing speed .touch screen of c7 is advanced than... moreI hv heard that there r some problems arising in c7.... Is it true? Plz plz plz help me out...
C7 is better than x6 bcoz.c7 have a good processing speed .touch screen of c7 is advanced than x6 and c7 looks cool but x6 have dirty looks. Bye
Price Match: Motorola Defy vs Nokia C7 http://ow.ly/3CUsS
John, 12 Jan 2011Guys plz suggest Which on is better c7 or x6?which one should i buy?lol sure nokia c7
Anonymous, 12 Jan 2011hello who is better vivaz or c7 C7 + points
-AMOLED capacitive touchscreen, 16M
-360 x 640 pixels, 3.5 inches
-accelerometer,magnetic sensor and Proximity sensor for auto turn-off
-Scratch resistant Gorilla glass -display 8 GB storage, 256 MB RAM, 1 GB ROM
-Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n
-microUSB v2.0, USB On-the-go support,usb charging.
-Bluetooth v3.0 with A2DP
-excellent sound quality
-extremelly good HD recording 720p@25fps(worthy replacement of handycam)
-Secondary camera with VGA -Symbian^3 OS
-3D Graphics card HW accelerator
player Adobe Reader,zip and rar file extractor,quickoffice support window 7 office documents like doc,ppt,xls etc,nokia push email with upto ten accounts.
-Active noise cancellation with
Sony viva z + points
-97 g of light weight
-autofocus(c7 has full focus camera) camera but no secondary
-smile detection 720p@24fps, continuous autofocus
720 MHz, PowerVR SGX graphics,
Now i have given u +points of both phone now its upto u which phone u choose.
IF I WAS IN UR PLACE I WOULD DEFINITELY GO FOR C7.
hello who is better vivaz or c7
The one I got has a terrible manufacture. The sides are all open.
John, 12 Jan 2011Guys plz suggest Which on is better c7 or x6?which one should i buy?c7 is better bro buy it i also have it....tell me wht do will buy okay...?
Rohit, 12 Jan 2011c7 in cheap rate at inorbit mall Rs-15000@ROHIT
reallyy????only for 15k???wid tax n vat???
John, 12 Jan 2011Guys plz suggest Which on is better c7 or x6?which one should i buy?c7 is better than x6
c7 in cheap rate at inorbit mall Rs-15000
him, 12 Jan 2011try this,
-reinstalling ur phone firmware from
nokia care center.
-just update ur phone.
-... moreThanks dear//
Very long lesson boring but...good
John, 12 Jan 2011Guys plz suggest Which on is better c7 or x6?which one should i buy?for detail head to head specification just go to
The Nokia X6 was the company’s first delve into capacitive screen
technology and with the smartphone now being over one year
Nokia X6 … The Nokia X6 has proven a popular
smartphone, so much so that Nokia
launched three different flavours – 32GB, 16GB and the entry-level Nokia
Nokia C7 may well be
the smartphone for you. As i said,
you get the 8-Megapixel camera, but
to make the most of it the screen size has been beefed up to a nice 3.5-inch
AMOLED screen with full capacitive
touch control. The Nokia C7 also comes with 8GB of
mass storage, along with support for
32GB microSD memory cards. With all
the usual tech, such as Wi-Fi, GPS and
Bluetooth, tucked away inside this
Nokia smartphone, this is one indulgence you may not be able to
deny yourself this holiday season.
new feaure which C7 has over X6 are usb otg,680mhz cpu,256 mb ram,3d graphic card,hd video recording,tv out.s^3 os,8mp camera,s^3 has very good high end games.
I thing go for C7.as it is new phone with big updates in future as told by nokia.
Guys plz suggest Which on is better c7 or x6?which one should i buy?
Want to buy this phone but is it out of your budget??
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sanjeev, 12 Jan 2011i purchased my phon on last week of novmber..and m nw getting d problm of battery backup,my ba... moretry this,
-reinstalling ur phone firmware from
nokia care center.
-just update ur phone.
-2 firmware has been release by nokia
in india. v 012.003(at the end of nov) &
012.004(on 31 dec).
This will solve ur problem.
Similar problem was took place In
X2.and that was solved by firmware
for battery better performance follow these tips.
-. Deep or Cold Recharge is the key: Every time you buy a new device with some sort of battery, you get suggested that you need to recharge it overnight. Because when you get your new device, then you don’t know that since how long this has been in store without a charge.How many of you actually do it? Note that this is not a formality, you need to give your device a minimum of 12 hours recharge, even if it says battery full on screen. Do it today, if you haven’t done the same yet and see the difference in next coming days. 2. WAP or Crap? While arrival of One click Connectivity in Symbian^3 is solution for some of the connectivity worries, it also presents some worries of its own if you are on some crappy connection. Most of the provider offer you a free WAP connection activated by default that takes only data charges. But the issue with the WAP is, not only slow but it allows only one connection at a time and works for mobile sites only. So, if one of the services already keeping the connection busy then OCC
will keep on retrying till get the connection. Obviously, Nokia Messaging will be one of the services that will run most of the time and will ask for connection time to
time.. so as many retries, as much battery drain unnecessarily. I found a drastic difference in terms of battery life after subscribing to Vodafone Mobile Connect and also those annoying connection pop up’s were also gone. 3. Bright or too bright? You must have seen posts and
comments like Nokia N8 over jealous light sensor doesn’t let it go for the full brightness and even workaround for the same, but the question is how much bright you want and what you are paying for the same? Brighter the screen more the battery consumption is. If you go in too bright area like direct under sun,
then it brighten up your screen to match it and if you go in darker area like black room, then it dims the lights coz only that would be enough for the human visibility, this is how light sensor on Nokia N8 works and take my words on it, it does a great job. But still you have to decide that do you really want a much brighter screen on the cost of battery or it’s just a show off. Best is to choose Settings- >Phone->Display->Light
Sensor as lowest level. Works perfectly for me as you can always choose white background in application like Gravity while under sunlight. 4. Too many home screens
and widgets.. Do you need them all? Yeah I know that this was taken as negative to Symbian^3 that why it has only 3 home screens and not more like Android etc. While having more and more home screens facilitates you larger space to customize the device as per your needs by putting different class of widgets over different home screens, on the other side, do you know that how hard this all goes on your battery? Unfortunately as of now, Symbian^3 seems to be loading the home screen widgets each time, when you visit the particular home screen means more battery drain and worse if you have widgets, which needs internet connection or GPS for displaying/ refreshing their info. You need to constantly question yourself that why you need them. Putting offline seems to be a solution, but still there will be widgets, which will be processing in background like Nokia Battery Monitor etc. For me, its Notifications, Default Shortcut bar (Web,
Contacts, Maps, Ovi Store) does on one home screen
and mails on the other. Think once, if you really need more widgets and screen, they are gonna cost you in terms of battery. 5. Do you really need 3G all times? Not sure about other regions of world, but for Indian continent, 3G network is yet to be established in all areas and keeping your phone in dual mode or UMTS mode might be good for data usages but gives a lot of stress to phone due to constant switching between 2G and 3G due to variation in signals. While 3GLife sounds awesome to geeks, it wont be that efficient for daily usages. So, why not using 3G only when it needed? you can change to 3G anytime by tapping over the right top connection icon and then changing the settings from there. 6. Always open connections cause more trouble than serving you: I hope most of us already keep the Bluetooth connection off, when not required. Same should be the case with WLAN connectivity as well by keeping it on never. Though Nokia also advise
not to use When Available in packet data settings, but I don’t think that any of us gonna use Nokia N8 without internet
connectivity, so no need to remove that. Moreover, I will suggest you to remove all the extra GPRS settings from your internet folder in connection settings so that it may not be trying others unnecessarily. 7. Animations, Effect .. nothing comes free of cost: We all blamed Symbian for being boring kind of, but do you know that all these effect also work against the battery life? You don’t wanna get a dead phone at the end of day, just because you wished to keep those smooth transition effects on (are they even worth on Symbian?), don’t you? In practical,I didn’t found this tip making some very significant difference but it works. 8. Event tones and vibrations: While most of us already like to mute the keypad and other events tones except the critical ones, one thing many of us like to keep, is the touch screen vibrations. For geeks, who don’t care for such gimmicks with super responsive capacitive screens like Nokia N8 at least, one can always choose to switch off the same touch vibrations by personalize the profile settings. Obviously, you can come back to other side by changing the profile any second. 9. Third party software and themes: Thanks to Nokia Battery Monitor and Nokia Energy Profiler,
you can easily diagnose that even if you snap a lot or hear hours of music, it doesn’t cost you as much as the third party apps, which get categorized as others. In my case, it happened to be the case of well known twitter client Gravity, which was costing me a lot due to in proper settings of update interval and also downloading of a lot of feeds. Putting Google Reader portion of Gravity for longer intervals and for unread items only worked in my case. Third party themes also stands as culprits sometimes as the default ones are well tested keeping the battery usages in mind, while in most of the cases, eye candy stands for objective of other theme developers, which might not be too friendly for the battery usages. 0. Why Loud speakers, when you have headphones? Prefer using headphones for music or calls rather than putting your phone on loud speakers. I am not talking about the normal one for calls, but Loudspeaker option only
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