[deleted post]having removable memory is very handy, hardly "old" technology as mr jobs might say. yes, apple are so revolutionary and technologically advanced that they figured out how to render a phone useless as a phone simply by holding it a certain way. what groundbreaking stuff!
[deleted post]please don't use hindi and this post is about nokia n8 not for personal information please go to orkut or facebook or use ur mobile phone and if u don't have it don't spoil our post and get of here.
I hope the loudspeaker issue during a call with the N97 is not repeated with the N8 as I use the loudspeaker a lot. Also I hope that Nokia does not use a "softspeaker" on the phone, so please give us some volume...in stereo if possible.
Anonymous, 12 Jul 2010Yeah, a ringing camera, N8 is!and your point is?
so iphone = drywood for fire?
Anonymous, 12 Jul 2010But in typical Nokia fashion, they are taking way to long to launch this phone. By the time it... moreare you sure? no you're not. you're just a guy looking at numbers. yeah, 1000>680. but is that all? unfortunately, no. so grow up and start to "analyze". other option, get out.
Anonymous, 13 Jul 2010as of now, no..Crap. I use Super to convert xvid to mp4. Result is great quality playback on my N97 but process is a pain in the a$$.
I read somewhere that Symbian 3 is backwards compatible and can run S60 v5 applications. Does anyone have more info on this?
Rick, 13 Jul 2010Can someone positively say whether the N8 supports xvid playback?as of now, no..
Anonymous, 13 Jul 2010Processor will kill otherwise perfect phone. Its processor is a yr behind iphone and android p... morethe processor is actually enough for symbian. don't just look at numbers, educate yourself. otherwise get out.
Wow, I have just found out about this super camera phone from Nokia. I see it even has bluetooth 3. Just what I need for my new ASUS 1215N netbook :-)
Processor will kill otherwise perfect phone. Its processor is a yr behind iphone and android phones. Processor is key and Nokia nvr get it right
The camera on this thing is real impressive and all, but I really want to see some of the phone's OTHER features. Is it Nokia's intention to make digital cameras obsolete? I somewhat think Nokia have their priorities wrong; rather than concentrate so hard on making the "best camera phone", they should improve on their Symbian OS, which is still far behind the likes of Apple and Android.