Anonymous, 31 Jul 2010Hey guys. I read here that since N8 has a dual mic, it has a really good audio capture when... morewhy cant you hold until unbiased reviewes from third party sites like gsmarena? you will get to know everything..
skt_khulna, 31 Jul 2010Hi here is my personal opinion wave wins with S_AMOLED and 480 x 800 display.... + 1 GHz p... morewave also has memory problem and knowing samsung they wont release any updates to solve it. Strange that no wavers mention that problem here
I read here that since N8 has a dual mic, it has a really good audio capture when recording the video.
But isnt that theoretical ? Because the Video sample in the link below (where the guy in blue is dancing) has background music added to it ??
Any Samples that showcase the audio capture too ? Thanks
This page is really on fire, every one hour the "Total Hits" increases by 4 digits.
Yeah... Tru Dolby DTS 5.1
Not the Dolby mobile you find in phones today... It's gonna redifine the way we use phones for entertainment.
skt_khulna, 31 Jul 2010Hi here is my personal opinion
wave wins with S_AMOLED and 480 x 800 display.... + 1 GHz p... moreconversations.nokia.com/2010/07/12/nokia-n8-photography-all-the-faqs/
[deleted post]Hi here is my personal opinion
wave wins with S_AMOLED and 480 x 800 display.... + 1 GHz processor and smooth transitions + fluidity of OS + 30 fps hd recording + (... i cant find more pls wave users help ....)
now about nokia n8.. lets dig deep
First of all N8 is not far behind with its AMOLED+ bigger screen (3.5")+ anti reflection coating + scratch resistant Gorilla glass display
Now comes the bada OS and 1 GHz proc. Okay all of us know that n8 has a dedicated multimedia processor ( Broadcom BCM2727 GPU) with its 680 MHz proc.. and symbian^3 looks very promising on it . Let's hope it gets better by the time it release...
Though n8 captures video at 25 fps (which I think is quite fine ) it has two microphones for much better sound during recording. that makes it more potential for hd video recording
Now a few!!!!! plus about n8
Photography: "A picture is worth a thousand words" 
connectivity: GPRS and EDGE class 33 providing 6 active time slots  so more speed+ HSDPA, 10.2 Mbps + WiFi with universal plug and Play (UPnP) +FM transmitter+ GPS with lifetime free navigation + HSDPA 850 / 900 / 1700 / 2100 /1900 (move anywhere..). seems nokia really connecting people...
Multimedia: Full Divx support+ HDMI out+ True Dolby digital plus 5.1 + USB on the go+ bluetooth mouse+keyboard+ Nothing to say about the excellent sound quality of nokia even equip with cheap 5230. and about mono speaker?? Don't even think of lagging behind + cool video editing with Hollywood style special effects 
Design & Construction: five color gadget concept(kodak introduced in late 1920s..) so it's my legendary precious ha ha ha.. + Anodized aluminum casing + sturdy built + heavily scratch resistant cover glass of the lens..
Features and Apps: It's symbian with Qt... What else to say???
Just repeating some of Chris Bnnetts thoughts..
Assume you are sitting on your sofa, your device is connected with your hd TV, you are watching movie from your USB aided by a USB mouse, suddenly you need to stop the movie and check email for business purpose then make a few calls.......
guess what everything from the same device.... without closing anything...
That's the vision of nokia... Thats n8.....
Rishi Mewara, 31 Jul 2010hi can anyone tell me that how good is the speaker sound of n8 during calls (loudspeaker mode)... moreNokia N8's loudspeaker is really good.
I feel pity for these samsung fan boys... I think they are here because they feel bad abt their product.
I don't like to watch movies on the phone rather I would connect to my 20" monitor thru HDMI.
As others mentioned, the Ads are started in India, N8 will be mine in 40 days.
[deleted post]What is the use of able to record video with good frame rate but unable to match the sound quality?
I tested Wave at Samsung flagship store.
The video frame rate is impressive, BUT the recorded sound just suck big time. Especially at noisy area.
N8 in the other hand have the ability to record HD video too. Although not as much frame rate but its already more than good enough to keep my jaw open.
Its also accompany with a great matching recorded sound.
Wave's LED is too small, it doesn't help even a bit at low light video capturing. Have == don't have.
N8 on the other hand have bigger sensor that help to capture video even in low light condition.
It can capture whatever things that human eye can see in the low light area.
So i think it is enough.
Why are you posting about WAVE here in N8 topic?
One reason i can think of is because you are not fully satisfied with your choice of choosing WAVE.
You felt insecure about your device because it does not impress you as you expected.
Thus you are trying to boast your security and confident here in this topic by posting about WAVE here.
If N8's fans are convinced by you, you will feel "yea right! i have made a right choice".
AMANITA, 31 Jul 2010For the N8 680mhz+powerful brodcom GPU is enough ! In those youtube videos N8's performance is... morehi can anyone tell me that how good is the speaker sound of n8 during calls (loudspeaker mode) and during music
[deleted post]Yes mate... I do understand the constraints imposed by samsung about Voip services. I've been following the wave and been doing an extensive comparison with the N8 as well. But those are some of the things that i cannot live with as symbian has kind of spoilt me with these goodies. It is quite assuring to have these app running on a less powerful phone than not be able to run them at all.
If Bada could do something about it before N8 releases, symbian users like me will still opt for the N8 though Wave may have a tempting price tag and a better processor.
And just because the wave has a 1Ghz processor doesn't make it the fastest. Bada and symbian are two totally different platforms. It's like comparing linux with windows. We all know that linux even on an underspeced PC can run as fast or better than a high end windows PC. In addition, N8 has a dedicated graphics processor which can offload the CPU and do all the graphics related processing. I recon the GPU comes with it's own dedicated memory as well. That would save a lot of RAM resulting in more free RAM for running apps. It is really a 680MHz CPU+GPU vs the 1GHz CPU of wave. We can only guess who would come out the winner in the end.
It all comes to OS optimisation and we cannot say anything about it until the N8 is released. i'm sure a lot of wave fans are gonna be disappointed.
And finally the samsung support suks. They can't even come up with a decent PC sync solution that can match up with the OVI suite. Nokia has one of the best after sales services. They constantly update their products even the older models. This is really a blessing for customers like me who won't feel dejected. What if their phones aren't that state of the art, atleast they treat us like real human beings rather than some sheep or guinea pigs.
Great news for us who always try to take the new...don't suffering in impatience that still it is not in market..
[deleted post]A single led flash is as good as nothing. Its useless. Just a spec sheet feature with no real use except maybe as a torchlight. You can't honestly tell me you can snap or record anything usable with it.
[deleted post]hey what the the wrong with you samsung wave people????? Ur samsung wave makes you satisfied... okay thats fine but why you are blindly comparing it against nokia n8 (if you want to compare don't do this on your only wave pespestive....)
Ok some example here....
1)"N8 has 12 mp camera with xenon flash which means the photos are larger in size !!! larger than your laptop screen! so what? 5 mp is enough for many people""
funny thing ... how many canon/nikon cameras nowadays equipped with 5 MP??? Probably not a single one... That make some sense (after all buyers of those cameras don't view their images big projector lol!!!)
2)"the xenon flash is better than led flash (although wave flash is very good)but when it comes to video capturing at night the led flash wins because xenon flash can not be used as video light it is only used in still images"
Now that's a genuine problem.. an extra LED flash would be fine!! However xenon flash is way better than dual LED (again thts why no canon/panasonic...)
3)"and to remind you samsung wave is the first phone that captures video in HD quality with frame rate of 30 fps without blurring ,the feature that many phones still dream about"
do you know that in PAL TV standard 25fps (with interlaing it is 50 field (not frame!!!) per sec)is used in about 100 countries... So if 30>>25 fps than how a superior judge like you are happy with 5Mp??
Let us stay in peace with our lady (symbian)
this doesn't have 1Ghz so its waste and its a slow phone still we have to wait for upcoming model of nokia much better then this one or more to get some new models like samsung and htc has
To all wavers present here....
Wave is a good phone and is a sure competition for the N8 even excelling in some departments like display and processor. But wave sure lacks some features that is already present in most symbian nokia phones..
First up is the PC suite software. The samsung KIES is miles behind of what nokia offers through OVI suite. OVI suite has everything that is required for seamless connectivity with the PC. Nokia also releases firmware updates worldwide and is a breeze updating the firmware. But as of today, wavers have to resort to unorthodox methods to get their waves upto date. This is a continuation of the poor support that samsung provides its customers (remember omnia HD dont you?)
Next up is the free navigation. It's a must now a days for a smart phone with GPS capabilities. OVI maps is unmatches here and is a must have feature especially if you come from a symbian background.
And there is the list of the already available apps. I'm not talking about millions of them but some of the basic ones like I use fring and skype for video chatting and for making voip calls using Google talk. Some of the other things missing in wave but already available for symbian phones are
1) Quick office with doc editing
2) Adobe reader Lite
3) Flash lite
4) Lack of 3rd party themes
5) Google Maps ( not the java version)
7) Tune wiki
8) Last FM client
9) Opera Mobile
10) Sym torrent (or any torrent client)
These are things that I cannot live without on my phone. So unless wave comes up with these apps support or an alternative, wave though with all the eyecandy features can never beat the N8 or any other Nokia with symbian os. It's that simple