hmm.. i think this phone is not worthy.. there's no vibration and it's too big and BULKY.. but.. the camera is COOL! =)
Hello a simple question- N90 vs N70...
N90 here in my country...546$
The features for bouth N90 and N70 u already now....what would u choise ?
this fone is good but it is beat in camera test agianst sony ericsson w800 nokia is well knowen for it camera but it has no purpes if it is beat at its own game no reason for this fone every other fone is beter than its rival i mean the nokia 6630 beat its arch enemy motorola razer v3 go n90
to paul akinleye ,,r u joking? the price is unbelievablly cheap...ur email is sth wrong
this fone is the worst fone i have ever bought it broke the day after i got it and ive totally wasted my money buying it
just got this phone its great. just need to know how i can transfer my numbers from my Nokia 3660 to the N90 does anyone have any suggestions??
i have this phone superb screen resolution if u see at once at n90 screen u dont want to see any other cell phone screen its expensive but makes a big impression
What are some of the best Series 60 games anyone has played? I'm looking to download some and just curious what everyone thinks... I was considering downloading an NES emulator. Has anyone done that?
PS Or, just settle on Nokia MMC's 3GP videos. They are made for Nokias anyway. On 903 even 3GP videos are very good-very rare audio clicks and distortions and no playback drag.
To Nick. Have you tried FlaskMPEG? It has a codec(DIVX MPEG4-Slow Motion) with config settings(15 fps, 300 data rate) And PCM audio codec at 48000Hz(?). It might work. If not, convert the same file to ASF format using Moviestage. The output file of FlaskMPEG is in C: directory of ur computer with the filename flaskout.avi. What I know is MPEG4 is also ASF in simple terms. The output(ASF)file should be on "My Pictures" on your computer if you will use Moviestage or Mediastage programs. I understand your frustration but you have to be patient if you like to enjoy it. In each stage you must try if it will work on your "fantastically designed" phone. If still you don't succeed, give it back and buy a Sharp 903 if you like the best video on a mobile phone. All the best.
Thanks everyone for all the input. But I checked out allaboutsymbian.com and I understand that developers put a lot of time, money, and energy into the applications they develop but jeez it seems like 99% of the applications are very over-priced! As far as video converting goes, using the IMTOO 3GP Video Converter to convert video files to MPEG4 format (with everything set to auto) keeps getting me an error message "Cannot play media" when I try to using Real Player to play the file on my phone. What can I do to make it work?!?! Trial and error is getting a bit frustrating. I basically ended up converting the files to 3GP format using 240 as the audio and video bit rate, 15 for the Frame Rate and a video size of 176x144. Videos then play but look pixelated and blocky. The N90 has an amazing main display resolution of 352x416 and I just want the best possible video playback quality out of this phone. Is that too much to ask????
http://www.allaboutsymbian.com has some free applications for symbian phones.
To Nick. You have to find out the right configuration in order to optimize(if there's any way)video playback on the phone. It usually is a trial and error. How is it going to appear is not important. I don't think there would be any big difference when it comes to video quality on one type of program for a certain type of phone. The most important thing is if the file would work.
Actualy i just had had a quick look. Thats why. So "Display - up to 65,536 colors (176 x 208 pixels)" means external display, right?
Hello all, I was curious as to whether anyone knows of any good websites to visit in order to download any (hopefully, free) themes or applications that are optimized for the Series 60 3rd Version? I have only heard of symbianthemes.com but after checking out the site I was rather unimpressed... Most (if not all) of the themes came up blocky and pixelated on my N90. Anyone know any better?
Great, thanks for the input but should I change the frame rate, video size, or bit rate in order to acheive optimal performance?
Better leave the file on MPEG4/AAC to have the quality intact. Haven't you noticed when you convert a file(audio or video)to 3GP, quality becomes poorer? Though 3GP has smaller size I would prefer the better quality MPEG4. IMTOO is no different from Nokia MMC.
Just got the phone a week ago and was wondering if anyone knows what the best way is to optimize media content in the 3GPP format or if it should be left in the MPEG-4 format. I had been using an IMTOO 3GP Converter to get media onto my old Samsung P735. Any ideas?