jan, 25 Oct 2008from my experience with n82 i can say this phone is not good. battery life is horrible. it won... moreim backc",
we truely respect ur opinion about n82 but then most of the people here object 2 most of comments
battery was very satisfactory specialy when upgraded 2 a d latest firmware, it now can stand up 2 2days without charging
the style was very unique, i actually find it very easy 2 use being the numeric buttons widely spaced
the camera is one of d best among the mobile devices, reviews from top mobile sites like gsmarena claims ds plus d awards from TIPA among others. d experts have already spoken.
ivan, 25 Oct 2008any filipino here try skyfire..im using right now im from bacolod..Pin0y here, what about sky fire? Web br0wser!
from my experience with n82 i can say this phone is not good. battery life is horrible. it wont even last me a day. the keys are such a pain to use. i\'m getting so fed up with this phone. the camera takes quite good pics but not really that excellent as most people say about it. it gets hot when recording video. and it is such a bulky phone. the speakers volume is so soft. this phone is just pretty average. i want to sell my unit on ebay and finally get a better phone. i want a phone with much longer battery life, better keypad, louder speakers, brighter screen and more good looking because n82s design sucks!
hi nerubian i add u in ym firstname.lastname@example.org try skyfire better than opera
carloud, 25 Oct 2008sir celladik, thanks for the advice ^_^'
and I have only been using the default web brows... moreBro
If you want to know more about the Opera email me
nerubianassassin18@y you can also add me to messenger
I don't know skyfire..
sir celladik, thanks for the advice ^_^'
and I have only been using the default web browser, Im curious about what opera web browser offers though
btw...whats up with skyfire?
what's with skyfire?
ivan, 25 Oct 2008any filipino here try skyfire..im using right now im from bacolod..what's in Skyfire dude?
carloud, 25 Oct 2008elo sir celladik hehhe
I've been getting responses about trading my phone to a nintendo d... moreNever been there, but i'll try too...
Btw take care in making transaction there at tcp...
My advice is first sell your n95 then buy n82 since 2nd hand is ok with you...
Do you use Opera mini?
elo sir celladik hehhe
I've been getting responses about trading my phone to a nintendo ds....in which "akew ang lugi" >_<
n82 is a true "dark night" ^_^
didnt receive decent tradeups at tpc...thats where I learned to hack my phone
btw....sir celladik do you go to symbianize . com?
hehe just recently been able to register there
lost of apps and pinoys who are willing to help^_^ hehehe
N9x are flagship devices. They are the first to introduce innovations into Nokia devices. N9x passes these innovations to N8x after a year. N8x borrows one or more features from N9x and specializes on it. N9x and N8x then pass these technologies to N7x after at least 2 years so what was considered a breakthrough 2 years ago, is just ordinary now.
N96 - all-in-one flagship device focusing on TV and Video; update of N95 8GB but less focusing on Camera & 3D Gaming
N95 - revolutionary all-in-one flagship device; first to introduce 5MP camera with Carl Zeiss optics, HSDPA, GPS, dual slider
N95 8GB - update of N95 improving overall performance but less focusing on Camera
N93 - first to introduce DVD-like quality video recording, 3x optical zoom for Imaging
N93i - update of N93 but with slight disadvantage of encoding audio in MONO only
N92 - first to introduce DVB-H
N91 - first mobile phone equipped with a multigigabyte hard drive, dedicated audio chip for high fidelity sound, 3.5mm audio jack and first S60 with WiFi
N90 - first to introduce 2MP camera and only Nokia phone equipped with 2MP Carl Zeiss lens and autofocus; first to introduce 352x416 pixels high resolution screen
N85 - improved version of N95; improves overall performance of N95 but less focusing on Camera
N82 - flagship 5MP camera phone; borrowed N95's 5MP camera and specializes on it by adding Xenon flash
N81/N81 8GB - specializing on Music and Gaming
N80 - dated all-in-one device; first to introduce UPnP; borrowed 352x416 pixels screen from N90
N79 - all-in-one device geared towards fashion conscious people; borrowed features from N82
N78 - updated version of N73
N77 - borrowed DVB-H from N92
N76 - slim clamshell smartphone focusing on Music
N75 - N76 for the US market
N73 - 3MP camera phone
N72 - N70 for GSM/EDGE markets only
N71 - (no clear description)
N70 - classic Symbian smartphone
Anonymous, 24 Oct 2008Samsung GT-i8510 INNOV8 vs Nokia N96 vs Nokia N85 : Hardware Performance
CPU Platform :
- ... moreWell said. But samsung didnt even think bout all this feature eats alot of power and yet they only put a 1200mAh resulting to a poor battery life actually it spoils all its features.
How are you bro? Safer side huh? Well you are right. I just d0nt mind th0se debate here. Hows tcp?
I have before my 5700 and its a music ph0ne. But n0w i have this n82 after i update to v30 the sound quality significantly improved and c0mparable n0w wit other music ph0ne(headset)
Lol dont running here there saying innov8 is better from the aspect of this and that compare to n96 or n85,all phones is special in their way and had pros and cons,nokia's phones is improving and i'm quite satisfied with it
Samsung GT-i8510 INNOV8 vs Nokia N96 vs Nokia N85 : Hardware Performance
CPU Platform :
- Samsung GT-i8510 : TI OMAP 2430 450MHz, 128MB RAM
- Nokia N96 : STMicroelectronics Nomadics STn8815 264MHz, 128MB RAM
- Nokia N85 : FreeScale I.MX31 369MHz, 128MB RAM
Jbenchmark 1.0.1 Total Score :
- Samsung GT-i8510 : 4997
- Nokia N96 : 2796
- Nokia N85 : 3232
Jbenchmark 2.0.1 Total Score :
- Samsung GT-i8510 : 532
- Nokia N96 : 358
- Nokia N85 : 548
Jbenchmark 3D HQ Score :
- Samsung GT-i8510 : 873
- Nokia N96 : 155
- Nokia N85 : 195
Jbenchmark 3D LQ Score :
- Samsung GT-i8510 : 979
- Nokia N96 : 283
- Nokia N85 : 380
Jbenchmark HD Gaming Score :
- Samsung GT-i8510 : 956 (29.0 fps)
- Nokia N96 : 127 (4.2 fps)
- Nokia N85 : 166 (5.5 fps)
TI OMAP 2430 model are the 2nd generation of TI OMAP chips, 2420, powers multiple hi-end Nokia smartphones(N93, N95, E90, N82) and has in fact an integrated 3D accelerator.
The improvement from 2420 also extremely numerous. The CPU frequency has been pulled up to 450MHz from previous value of 330MHz. The chipset can work with high definition camera(> 5 MP) and it take less than a second to take shot. The rest important point about 2430 hardware are an upgrade TWL4030 module (TWL 92230 was used in 2420). TWL4030 is multifunctional solution providing access to numerous codecs, dedicated audio processing module, noise filters, and so on.
Samsung i8510 is the first Samsung smartphone to fully utilize the potential of the hardware graphics accelerator. It is an absolute requirement for processing 8 megapixel images, real-time VGA video decoding with separate audio signal processing(done by dedicated DSP, excluding the possibility of using the music player and camera at the same time). The graphic accelerator can now handle twice as few polygons per second, commonly used to power the best gaming phone.
Nokia N85 utilizes the same hardware as N78, N81, and N79. Freescale is cheaper solution for the most expensive TI OMAP 2430. The lack of 3D accelerator is blatant in the Jbenchmark 3D test. N85 lags behind in other test as well. Despite the lags seen in the test, N85 audio quality is the same with N96, a bit above than N78, but a bit below than Samsung GT-i8510 INNOV8.
- Samsung i8510 : Standard, Li-Ion 1200 mAh, Stand-by Up to 310 h, Talk time Up to 8 h 30 min
- Nokia N96 : Standard, Li-Ion 950 mAh, Stand-by Up to 220 h, Talk time Up to 3 h 40 min !!!!!!!!
- Nokia N85 : Standard, Li-Ion 1200 mAh, Stand-by Up to 360 h, Talk time Up to 6 h 50 min
- Samsung i8510 : 8 MP, Video VGA@30fps, QVGA@120fps
- Nokia N96 : 5 MP , Video VGA@30fps
- Nokia N85 : 5 MP, Video VGA@30fps
- Samsung GT-i8510 INNOV8 has faster hardware performance, the best camera, excellent sound - DNSe 2.0 (Digital Natural Sound engine), excellent build quality, good battery, good price etc. while Nokia N96 is the slowest most expensive and with just 950 mah battery.
- Samsung GT-i8510 INNOV8 fully utilize the potential of the 3D graphic accelerator. It is an absolute requirement for processing the camera, video recording, decoding and playback. Nokia N85 and N96 can't handle this perfectly because the lack of graphic accelerator.
- Samsung GT-i8510 INNOV8 is the best gaming phone today. U can enjoy your 3D or HD games running perfectly in 29 fps, while Nokia N85 and N96 only can run below 10 fps. Thank's to dedicated hardware graphic accelerator.
to those n82 owners,how u guys rate n82 in the aspect of sound performance?can some1 enlighten me coz still having trouble choosing between n78 and n82 =)
Virgin Girl, 24 Oct 2008Im new in this page and I love Nokia N82** Long Live The King!i'll drink to that! N82 "The Dark Knight"!
hmm it seems there is a bit of a debate as to which is the better fone,
n95 or n82
both are great phones (hehe Im not saying this just to be on the safe side hehe)
but if you think about it...n95 and n82 are more like brothers...
each have thier own strengths and weakness
n82 being newer/a year newer improves on the n95's weaknessess such as the flash and ram, having a 'safer" design structure in a candybar form, having no worries about the flex cable
n95-1 on the other hand has improved significantly, having ODP, which makes it more ram efficient and technically having the same structure of the firmware(new firmwares 20 and above)as the n82, having a fancier structure and screen
both fones offer great value specially now that these 2 phones have lessened their prices a little bit now that n85 and n96 and n79 are out
right now both the n95 and n82 are still a step above the n85 in performance and 2 steps ahead of the n96
the n95 and n82 should join forces in order to prove that they are still worth considering specially now that new versions are out
n95 has a good run in its lifetime sometimes being considered as the "longest reigning king" of mobile
almost 2 years have passed and not alot of phones can match its prowess still..
n82 on the other hand, I imagine, would have no trouble fending off new phone comers such as the n85 and n79, as the newer phones are equipped with lesser processors and a less powerful flash(led)