A significant benefit of OLED displays over traditional liquid crystal displays (LCDs) is that This is the difference between OLED and LCD. Each has their own advantages. OLEDs do not require a backlight to function. Thus they draw far less power and, when powered from a battery, can operate longer on the same charge. Because there is no need for a backlight, an OLED display can be much thinner than an LCD panel. OLED-based display devices also can be more effectively manufactured than LCDs and plasma displays. However, degradation of OLED materials has limited their use.
Anonymous, 03 Nov 2008i saw a 24K N85 in SM Manila... cheaper than the 27k... im planning to sell my n78... is it wo... morecan you post the name of the store in SM Manila that offers this phone for 24thou, the price was indeed very cheap and do they accept credit cards hehehe
im only waiting to finish paying my n82 that i got using a 6months installment plan via credit and get n85 for another installment plan. my n82 plan ends in januaryc", im sick i know..
Price in Qatar = 479 EUR = 2200 QR
Price displayed in GSM Arena = 430 Eur = 1,978 QAR
Wer can i get for this price????
x-men, 01 Nov 2008What does OLED mean?is it suppose to be better than TFT?Does it have a certain life span? plea... moreOLED is organic light emitting diode, they do have defined life spans. sony has a tv that is 11 inch i think that is OLED and it has virtually 0ms response time and a 1 million to 1 contrast ratio. The problem sony is having is that because it is organic the components degrade. So over time it will begin to degrade, although i can speculate that because it is only the size of a cell phone screen it may last much longer.
OLED is organic light emitting diode, they do have defined life spans. sony has a tv that is 11 inch i think that is OLED and it has virtually 0ms response time and a 1 million to 1 contrast ratio. The problem sony is having is that because it is organic the components degrade.
Had it for a week now, I love it! I can't really fault it, and the improved battery life on the N95 is so much better, I've charged it twice in 7 days! Keypad is really easy to use, which is surprising as it's a very flat design. The camera is really quick to focus and gives excellent results which are well worth printing. The Navi Wheel is excellent, not too sensitive. Audio quality is pretty good too, although I never bother using the headphones supplied with the handset - although I think they could improve the volume to make it a little bit louder. The gallery is really fluent, you can glide through your images with the Navi Wheel and the zooming is gradual. No crashing/hanging yet so all in all a brilliant phone! ...And it's not too expensive - Bonus!
Anonymous, 03 Nov 2008i saw a 24K N85 in SM Manila... cheaper than the 27k... im planning to sell my n78... is it wo... moreTo the one who said that he saw a Nokia N85 with a price of Php 24k only, I would like to ask on what mobile phone shop in SM Manila did you see that? Because that really is a low price compared to other shops that sell it at Php 27k. I would really appreciate it if you will tell me. I am also planning to buy this phone, maybe next month and I am beginning to compare prices of this phone from different shops since it was released. Thanks!
this phone is amazing!!i've got to buy it!!!
already answered on the same page...^^
Can you play "real" youtube on the phone??
is it worth upgrading??? from n78 to n85???
i saw a 24K N85 in SM Manila... cheaper than the 27k... im planning to sell my n78... is it worth it???
what do you think guyz???
man from iligan, 03 Nov 2008sus naa bisaya diri,taga asa gapuyo bay? this is really a nice phone but to due economic reces... morehehehe... mao jud.. It's still ok, im planning to buy this fon since I'm going to give my N82 to my wife.. I like its design and functionality...
i realy want dis fone bt if dis fone dnt last me 3years it aint worth it,need a overview on dis
Hi, Will anyone who has experience of this phone please tell me what it is like as a PHONE, does it work in rural poor reception areas etc.
i've realized that this phone is not for me. the oled lifespan is too short. i'm a power user. i want a phone that will last as long as it is still functioning and doesn't have a definite lifetime like a countdown timer.
The OLED (Organic Light Emitting Diode) screens have low-life time that can not go longer than 1-2 years max, as it is made of organic material. Yet in 2007 it seems science cameover this issue. A metal membrane helps deliver light from polymers in the substrate throughout the glass surface more efficiently than current OLEDs. The result is the same picture quality with half the brightness and a doubling of the screen's expected life.
wait for 6 to 12 months before u buy this phone. becos by that time its price has already slipped down about 50% of its initial price and new units with better build, more color options and latest firmware are shipped.
clientelle, 03 Nov 2008hi, im really excited to know that this n85 is now in the philippines...but still what i se... more27k for the price of N85 here in Phil.
iolo003, 02 Nov 2008i receive an email from nokia philippines that this phone was already out in the market. maybe... morehi,
im really excited to know that this n85 is now in the philippines...but still what i see in my place is a dummy of this phone...
i wanna ask how much this is in Php in manila???
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