which is much better? digital zoom or optical zoom? need your opinion, thanks
X-man, 03 Oct 2010Best phone to date! A must buy! touchscreen and keyboard....and no autofocus :-(
hey guys i had the nokia n82 than i bought the communicator and both of them had the graphics accelerator. when using a phone with dedicated graphics the cpu is nothing( by the way 680 mhz is not bad specially for symbian os. i used the n82 and it was one of the best i had ever had.
in addition the symbian os got the same games running on android and iphone with the same quality( i heard that you can play multiplayer games with different os like running the asphalt 5 on the 3 os mentioned above)
i'm going to buy the n8 since i'm a camera lover( maybe the next year i'll buy the e7)
symbian rocks!!! But for an E phone I still need the office editor 2!!! Nice phone nokia, please never take big consuming Os! Nokia 4Ever Greets to the arena team
TC, 03 Oct 2010It is only possible to lika N8 or E7 if you never ever have really used Android. I was a Nokia... moreYeah ur right man...why cant nokia upgrade to android while all other companies have...they can also produce symbian and phones with other os's side by side...like wat sony ericsson is doing they hav android(xperia x10) symbian (satio vivaz) and also windows in aspen(greenheart range)...i really want nokia to stepup and once again gain its past glory!
The processor looks a little bit slow but aside from that I think its a pretty good looking phone.
I've checked the Nokia italy site and it says that it will be available by the end of october so maybe I'll preorder one
I really like this phone, it looks elegantly designed...hope they're going to release it in singapore soon
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What a jaw dropping phone...hope it will be released in Singapore soon :)
It is only possible to lika N8 or E7 if you never ever have really used Android. I was a Nokia-fan that used all the "arguments" you now use to defend Symbian and Nokia, but when N97 mini disappointed me I decided to try and buy an Android phone and I was "blown away" and amazed by how very mych better Android is.
If you have never used anything else but Symbian and Nokia, then you will lova N8 and E7, but if you dare leaving Symbian and try Android you wil never ever want to go back to Symbian, unless your a Nokia-employee.
Nokia is the only, dying dinosaur, that still hang on to the outdated Symbian, while all other companies have moved on and upgraded to a more modern OS. Nokia is welcome to join the Android world when they can not rely on brandfanatic Nokia-fans to buy their phones anymore. Almost all problems with N8 and E7 is a result of Symbian.
if we ar going to make points, then we have to sound Nokia about the following:
1)- Battery life.
3)- how smooth is the sumbian^3 compared to Android???
The memory issue, is not big deal.
please Gsmarena, rise the above issues to Nokia before we get disappointed again with this great ( so far ) phone
Nokia e7 = 16GB and no MicroSD slot.
If they did the same thing with the battery that they did to the N8 (made it impractical to swap / remove in daily use) then this will be another disappointment (to me).
It's a shame they are taking cues from Apple here (embedded battery and non-removable / upgradeable / replaceable storage)
That might be a bit mean ,the e7 is a very sexy slim device and will probably end up buying one when it comes down in price..The c6-01 and c7 are out i do need button input,ive tried numerous touchscreen devices and CANNOT get on with them especially as your walking along in a crowd etc,its all nice inside sat down with full concentration but out in real world i am finished with pure touchscreens.
The next item i am keeping an eye on with e7 c6 and n8 is battery,it may well do 50hrs music and big talktimes but you get web browsing and you will get 4-5 hrs i reckon,,time will tell..I also have never owned an Apple product in my life,never an i-pod ,nothing,cant stand the way they control you it reminds me of three network 2003-2005 with their walled garden web browsing,,i buy sim free devices (usually second hand) and do what i want with then with NO bloatware from companys and updates almost immedeatly..Sometimes i am proud of preaching what say..
Stuntman, 03 Oct 2010If you do get a netbook, you will still need a phone as well. I would rather just have one de... moreI am wholly with you their i too am what they call a convergence device person..At this moment i use e72 and n86/wave for mutimedia events.I am disappointed at nokias output this year being mainly button phone person and was really hoping for a communicater smartfone clamshell dual scren,,in fact the e90 updated with new hardware would do.
So i wait again to see what happens next but bothered that symbian^3 and ^4 will only be touchscreen and the days of n95 and n86 devices dont work with the new symbian,,oohhh a updated n95 with 2010 spec,lovely.
BRYNN, 03 Oct 2010wELL what abount memory ,its internal slow rubbish,buisness means speed and reliabilty for prt... moreIf you do get a netbook, you will still need a phone as well. I would rather just have one device that can handle calls, emails and any other forms of messaging. Being able to surf the net is also nice.
I haven't used a netbook, so I'm not sure of its value if I have a smartphone and a laptop already. If I have to do some heavy doc editing, I would pull out my laptop. For checking email, messaging and calls, I have my smartphone.