its much better than satio and i8910
i had researched many days on on these.
but nokia is another thing.
like you NOKIA
icedre, 27 Apr 2010the phone looks ugly to me , even if it have 1080p hd 50fps & 20 mp camera , nokia got the... more..that's true, ericson and motorola phones do have better and finest sound quality and clear camera pictures...its just a marketing strategy they reform and redesigns but inside the package still the same.
icedre, 27 Apr 2010the phone looks ugly to me , even if it have 1080p hd 50fps & 20 mp camera , nokia got the... morei think you are blind boy. i made tens of photo tests with tens of mobiles,with printing on paper. i am a maniac of photos made with mobiles,and i can say: the best 2mp camera is at n90, the best 5mp camera is n82 and n85 and the best 8mp camera is by far at n86. noise level,colour aberrations and sharpness of details was always the best at nokia. the new 12 mp camera of n8 will kick @ass again
I think Nokia seriously need to hire more innovative phone designers.
No XviD and DivX play back booohhhhhhhhh. Samsung much better phone then this!
Carl Zeis , Xenon Flash , Wifi n , 5 band 3G , smartphone OS , what we can expect more .
from a german site: "The N8 has a Cortex A8 core and also has an integrated GPU in the form of a SGX530 PowerVR graphics"
This is the first time a Symbian devices rises up to the iphone and N800 level of hardware!
I'm optimistic to this device success..
All pictures here:
I don not really like the design but hte specs are good. Resolution is still nog like 480x800 as Sony Ericsson/HTC/Samsung have these days.
To be quite frank, this mobile does look quite wierd in the pics. All this mobile lacks according to the current market trend is a 1 GHz processor and a better screen resolution like say, 480x800 or more. Otherwise it has got it all to make it a perfect mobile by all standards. Of course the most important thing is that though the price tag is decent enough this time, it will be too late by the time it hits the market, but I guess that's Nokia's strategy of selling the existing mobiles and not killing their movement.