Yeah I think you are right...I just wish it was less of a brick. Thanks!
I think the se p990i would be something which capable to fulfill your needs. It come with both normal phone keypads and a hand writting recognition touch screen, as well as a mini qwerty keypads. I do find it more convenient especially when working with text editing with the stylus than using the keypads on the phone
yes but that happened with N91 was an accident.... is imposible that with all phine models be waiting 9 months... that is imposible.. in some place said me that would be out in first part of march
and other thing... there is the N71
who will be out before? N71 or N80?
I know.. It seems that people are so in a hurry to get this phone..
But they forgot about the N91.. You gotta remember N91 was launched 2nd quarter of 2005.. and its already 2006. Its not out yet..
So who know when will this N80 phone come out?
It can be 4th quarted of 2006.. who knows..
So N80 will not come out until the N91 comes out.
Yes is true.. first have to be the N91 but seems N91 will be in 2 weeks...
so how many weeks after the N80?
Yes, I know how to use a keypad on a phone, but then you wrote your silly response because you actually had no answer. I think the N80 will be a spectacular phone, but will it be a smartphone? ...I'm not sure. If you want a great display, outstanding interconnectability, and Nokia quality, it may be the best out there. That said, I USE my phone and I don't just show off its features to everyone. The fact that you have to press the keys multiple times to get a letter of the alphabet is a very slow method for sending a simple email or text message. Even with a dictionary support program, it takes awhile to send even a short note. It would be great to know for example, if there is at least an electronic keyboard that can be used with a stylus, but I'm guessing not.
curious: I think you should stop before you make an ass of yourself. So N80 isn't a xpress music phone?
Goto: www.nseries.com and click menu - products - N80
Now, I don't know about you, but I can clearly see an "Xpress Music" logo right there. Are my eyes are trying to fool me?? It doesn't have dedicated music buttons ON the device, but it has support for dedicated music buttons through the remote control... You should've known that, but of course you didnt >_>
2 speakers doesnt always meed better soundquality either. It depends on how big the speakers are. N80 may have one big speaker while N92 has two small. We dont know that yet, so your thoughts on the speakerquality is nothing but specualtion. Please, post some FACTS and hard proof here, instead of just posting your silly own opinions on whats good and whats not, when you havnt even tried it out yet.
About the screen. I dont buy a smartphone for its games. I guess thats something you take into account, but not for me. I want a functional device which helps me in everyday life. If i wanted a portable gameing device I'd get a DS or PSP or something. A 2,1 inch screen is good enough for simple games which you can play whenever youre bored. I rarly play games anyway.
320 x 240 to 416 x 352 is a much better improvment than 256k to 16m colours. And once again you got the specs wrong. It's NOT 65k! Anyway, 416 x 352 is a better improvment because you will notice it no matter what your doing on the phone! The menu, programs, games, viewing pictures, watching video clips, and of course surfing the web! The best thing is that the font is amazingly smooth so even simple things as texting will be alot more pleasing to look at. You cant say the same for 16m colors. You will only notice a very small difference when watching videoes and thats not even much at all!
Ohh... And here's another interesting fact (this is important! dont ever forget it) N92 can only display 76,800 colors on the screen at the same time!! Wow! I guess that kinda defeats the purpose of having 16,000,000 colors doesnt it? And while I'm at it... N80 can display 146,432 colors on the screen at the same time which is MORE than N92. Yeah... once again you prove that you know nothing. You better stop talking before you do even more mistakes.
Anothing thing you got wrong is the amount of RAM. You dont even know what RAM is! N92 has 90mb of INTERNAL STORAGE which is COMPLETLY different from RAM. It has NOTHNIG whatsoever to do with RAM. Do some research please.
And no, the N92 isn't quad-band. Its tri-band. You make more mistakes than i can count on my fingers and toes.
About N92 being more advanced, thats a completly objective opinion. But N80 DOES have more features and it DOES have better/updated features too: 2mp -> 3mp, triband -> quadband, higher res etc. Therefor I'd say N80 is a more advanced, but thats up for the individual to decide.
This is for Dime[Macedonia]
You say "what took you so long" but the phone is not out yet..
"What's taking you so long"
Nokia has made a superb comeback. This seems to be the perfect mobile. It has everything that one needs.
1. Big Screen
2. Superb resolution
3. Card slot
4. FM Radio
5. Mp3 player
6. 3 MP camera
Several others like wifi and all. Waiting for its launch.
I don't think anyone can answer you bout quality of the sound on n80 since the product is yet to be released. Even the preview prototype can represent the final released product which going to launch later
Thanks alot,yeah i got you're meaning and you're right.
if they had put one on each side of the phone then it will really be a stereo.
oh,you said it will sound good using a another headset but what about the ringtones!! i mean,are they going to sound good and clear???and what if i showed my friends anything like Vido using the phones speaker? still a good sound or what??
I don't think any other phone can come close to this great Nokia N80 once it's launch... i will like to repect this - no any other phone will be able to match this machine.
Curious u duno wot ur tlkin abt, n92 doesn't have quadband, it is triband. It doesn't have UPnP technology either. N80s camera is better. The only thing n92 has which n80 doesn't is DVB-h tv reciever, i admit this is very good but you can still get TV over the n80 on 3g, so id say the n80 overall is a much better phone.
N80 can revieve TV also over 3G, on vodafone live. And it has UPnP which n92 doesn't have.
By the way I don't know why you are comparing a 65k color to 16m color since n80 had 262k color screen 8)As regarding the screen resolution, some would prefer sharper image while some might need better color display. Is quite subjective imo.
And having dual speakers doesn't garantee a better performance actually. It just garantee a higher volume output or providing louder sound. The speakers quality is yet to be tested or review.
Frankly speaking I won't be saying that n92 is more advance or superior over n80. To me both are equally on par. One had a higher mp camera where the other had a tv receiver. Both are catering for different type of users. n92 is good with a large screen, but in return for that, you get quite alot of extra weight from the phone.