the sony erricson that ur saying with 16mp?
It has a sensor size of 1/2.8" smaller than the one on the Nokia N8, which, at 1/1.83", is the biggest camera sensor on a phone so far, so don't be fooled by the megapixel count.
are you serious?! you definitely dont know it.
dont be fool by MEGAPIXELS.
yeah 16mp is bigger than 12 mp.
BUT n8 still has bigger camera sensor which is 1/1.83'' which is GREAT.
Of course, image quality doesn’t boil down to sensor size exclusively but when you have almost twice the imaging area, chances are you will have more accurate data to process resulting in better dynamic range and lower noise levels.
The correct review one can be found here....
Getting mine next month, Seriously, CAN'T wait!!
Nariender, 10 Jan 2011is there a feature of scanning(business card, or else) in nokia N8. if yes than please tell me. Just search google for 'mobile document scanner'. You will get apps for document scanning by symbian mbl camera.
is there a feature of scanning(business card, or else) in nokia N8. if yes than please tell me.
very usefull review about s^3 in daily use
adkane, 10 Jan 2011Does the arc do HDMI mirroring? not sure xactly but it has got hdmi out port i have seen
adkane, 10 Jan 2011Does the arc do HDMI mirroring? sorry, didnt see your post :)
Dipto, 10 Jan 2011but xperia arc is coming up with hdmi powered by froyoDoes the arc do HDMI mirroring?
Anonymous, 10 Jan 2011Again you are wrong, Motorola has announced it thats it it doesn't have it. Who knows what wil... moreCurrent definition for smartphone has changed pal, it moved to "Social phones" also the convergence concept of smart phone is trying to absorb tablets as well. Processor technology has evolved a lot, and it is Nokia who started the work on multi core processors for smartphone back in 2007. Android is still a no go in low to mid end processors and rams. It is like a must for droids to move on, but not to Symbian yet, again Q4 2011 or Q1 2012 will feel the need in Symbian dual core phones and Nokia are all in line to deliver it. Dual core for Symbian is no need now, but for android it is a must.
With the introduction of intel processors for smart phones (Moorestown) and the meego (Intel - Nokia) collaboration, a dual core Nokia phone running meego is a strong possibility that too very soon. Anyway No Symbian dual cores to be expected until 2012.
adkane, 10 Jan 2011from what i've heard HDMI will only work for the media only for android devicesyes n only for media
adkane, 10 Jan 2011how does hdmi work on an android device anyway?but xperia arc is coming up with hdmi powered by froyo
Dipto, 10 Jan 2011it doesnt work thats it... i mean that only summing upfrom what i've heard HDMI will only work for the media only for android devices
adkane, 10 Jan 2011how does hdmi work on an android device anyway?it doesnt work thats it... i mean that only summing up
Dipto, 10 Jan 2011http://www.gsmarena.com/motorola_atrix-3709.php no hdmi no usb otghow does hdmi work on an android device anyway?