wisdom_itself, 22 Nov 2010Guys stop bashing the Nokia processor...Mac always had lower processor speeds than Windows, bu... moreYou R 100% right. I was trying thousands time to clarify the same in this post as well as in N8 post, but seems the people are not believing......
The Symbian^3 is very light so the 256RAM is enough..
Guys stop bashing the Nokia processor...Mac always had lower processor speeds than Windows, but because of their lighter OS, it always did a smoother job. Same here. Symbian is optimised to use minimum battery and processor time. This is why you get great features at relatively acceptable prices. It's not about putting everything in a phone...that jacks up the price!
Never under estimate the power of nokia hardware. I played NFS Shift in my N8 with a dozen of apps open, with no lags at all. And the 680mhz processor performs better than those 1GHZ processors available right now.
I don't understand why there is no OTG cable in the sales pakage of e7 when it costs that much.........n8 has external memory slot & still OTG cable is given, then why not in e7 which lacks memory slot..........
i m waiting for this phone for a long time .i want to purchase it as soon as it releases.plz tell me when it would be release.
I like it more than any phone currently available in the market.
Can any1 tell me when is E7 exactly going to be released in Kuwait n all over the world??,in December or Junuary??...:)
compared to HTC, iphone4 & blackbery tourch this phone has the smallest RAM.
shouldnt nokia have stepped up their game by now?? is this phone any different than the N97. cause with a 256 RAM i see it lagging and crashing after the download of 2 applications
cause i dont see this phone changing my expectations in nokia @ all.
i really want to buy it but we'll have to wait and see the reviews
Anonymous, 20 Nov 2010This h/s is really having many prblm im staying in US and aftr buying this im really got fedup... moreExcuse me, please. The handset isn't released yet. So you must have bought a dummy one that's why you are having issues. E7 is the ultimate business phone - I've had the privelege of testing one.
Really looking forward to see the preview.
What is the estimated Price?
Will it be Priced too higher than N8?
Read the below:
(The choice to include an EDoF camera module in the C7 and E7, rather than an auto-focus one has stirred some spirited debate. The E7, in particular, has attracted criticism for the camera specification. Shouldn't a €500+ device have a auto focus camera?
First of all its worth pointing out that many people who buy these devices won't even notice - they just want a camera that takes decent shots - something that shouldn't be an issue here, as the examples above demonstrate. Moreover the 'grab and go' nature of EDoF is often more suited to the typical cameraphone use cases. It is worth noting that the camera module in the C7 and E7 is significantly ahead of anything else on the market, but we'll have to wait for some real world testing before a full assessment can be made. With that said it is clear that keen amateurs and professional photographers will notice the extra processing (e.g. sharpening) that gives EDoF's characteristic 'artificial' feel in some pictures.
Second the camera module choice in these devices is a design compromise, a trade off between two competing aspect of the the device design and functionality. In this case its all about the size of the device. Auto-focus camera modules require significantly more room. In the case of the E7 it is clear space is going to be at a premium. Remember, because of the hinge mechanics and form factor, the E7 effectively has only half the device thickness to play with. The E7 is already 3mm thicker than the N8, how much more would have been acceptable? Clearly that is a matter of opinion. It is never possible to make everyone happy. In this cases Nokia has to find the middle ground, or put another way, has to find the maximum happiness point on the design compromise curve)