twoboxen, 30 Aug 2009how sure are you about the accelerometer/proximity sensor/digital compass? They weren't liste... moreThere is accelerometer and proximity, they were announced.
The compass although wasn't announced, so we're not sure it is there.
how sure are you about the accelerometer/proximity sensor/digital compass? They weren't listed on the official specs.
Anonymous, 29 Aug 2009and dear electronic engineer where's your NOKIA HD video recorder? and emm let me say for exam... moreFrom GSMArena review of Samsung i8910:
1- Audio Quality: "The Omnia HD demonstarted passable audio output, getting commendable scores on several of the readings in our traditional audio quality test. We have certainly seen better performers but things aren't hopeless with the Samsung i8910 either.
The most notable problem with the Omnia HD audio quality is its shaky frequency response and cut-off bass frequencies. The intermodulation distortion is also slightly higher than average.
On the positive side the noise level, the dynamic range and the stereo crosstalk readings are excellent. The total harmonic distortion extremely low value is also commendable achievement. And here go the results so you can see for yourselves."
2- Video recording: "Unfortunately, now that we have a retail unit, we're not as impressed with the video quality as we were when we previewed the pre-release version. The Samsung Omnia HD video recording is still miles ahead of the competition but the results in our preview were definitely better. Perhaps the improvement of the audio quality has resulted in lowering of the video quality as a compromise.
The video resolution is no longer stunning as it was and when you add the excessive camera shake, the impression that you're looking at something taken by a dedicated HD digital camcorder is all gone.
In almost all the cases the framerate was variable and went below the promised 24fps giving the videos somewhat choppy looks. We aren't talking disastrously many dropped frames but there are about one every second in some videos. You might not even notice that if shooting slower moving objects but more rapid movements looks bad. The Samsung Omnia HD is not really the soccer mom's dream."
So don't just make your judgments based on paper specs, almost every smartphone looks pretty good on paper, real experience is different though!
i just wondered how an old technology phone like this with just a linux based software,which old motorola phones had ,is a perfection but something like i8910 is not.
and you just said the i8910 recording sucks.
learn not to forget your own statements. i said i8910 is released with the same specs even better things on the portfolio but n900 is just announced. ain't it a good evidence? the same spec with better audio and video released before the other announcement.
this is perfection dear.
Anonymous, 29 Aug 2009and dear electronic engineer where's your NOKIA HD video recorder? and emm let me say for exam... moreNo, I wouldn't complain, every phone has its features and every phone has prons and cons, I didn't say i8910 is bad, I didn't say anything about it! You started complaining about N900 saying it's not good, and i8910 is far better, with no evidence for your critique! Meaning that you Samsung fanboys don't love anything but your Samsung phones!
Learn to criticize with prove!
oho, 29 Aug 2009Great, cause I'm an electronic engineer too.
You can get all of these at your N900, except ... moreand dear electronic engineer where's your NOKIA HD video recorder? and emm let me say for example with 10 fps. samsung is far ahead from nokia in case of electronics dear electronic engineer.
-you can't get i8910's brightness from TFT display that N900 has
-you can't get the audio quality DNSe 2.0 has with your N900
and i'm sure if samsung made some thing like n900 you nokia guys complained about the poor battery no good video recording and in that case linux would be some thing which sucks.
the GSMARENA team are also complaining about NOKIAs poor devices which are far behind all other devices.
Anonymous, 29 Aug 2009ok compare N97 with N900 and you will see what does camouflaging mean. i know what I'm talking... moreOh, and btw, Nokia introduced AMOLED screens since N85, before Samsung introduce it in their phones!
Anonymous, 29 Aug 2009ok compare N97 with N900 and you will see what does camouflaging mean. i know what I'm talking... moreGreat, cause I'm an electronic engineer too.
You can get all of these at your N900, except for the HD recording.
And for you to know the HD recording of i8910 sucks, cuz it is at 24fps, and it often record at a lower rate, or just duplicate frames to match 24fps!!
It's not that I'm a Nokia fanboy, or I hate Samsung, I love samsung, they make great devices, but you just have to know the differences between each device.
The N900 is unmatched in its web exploring and OS experience, and that's a fact. Linux is an open-source OS, and it's way more better than Symbian S60 5th edition. The only difference between the N900 an i8910 is the camera, and as I said, is not a deal breaker.
ok compare N97 with N900 and you will see what does camouflaging mean. i know what I'm talking about kuz I'm an electronic engineer and I know how long it takes to become no. 1 in introducing technologies like HD video recording , DNSe, AMOled screens and things like this to mobile phones. ok i will count for you :
- buy a Digital camera with HD video recording capabilities for your photographic purposes
- buy an apple ipod for your musical purposes
- buy a net book for your online experiences
- buy a notebook for your document and gaming purposes
- and at last buy an 1100 ( because it IS NOKIA) for what you call a phone and carry them with yourself in case your 1100 won't do things like that.
Anonymous, 29 Aug 2009ok i will come back when nokia have something to say in terms of hardware not just copying its... moreWhat are these same specs ?? only the same camera, which isn't a deal breaker (unless you are a professional photographer which in this case then you'll buy yourself a real digital camera, not use the mobile cam).
Look at the specs again, you seem to not know what you're talking about!
oho, 29 Aug 2009This phone isn't about hardware specs, it's about OS, it's the introduction of the new Maemo O... moreok i will come back when nokia have something to say in terms of hardware not just copying itself in clothes of another o.s . be happy my freinds with the same specs in another clothes.
oho, 29 Aug 2009See Maemo in action, and you'll know what perfection means!!and what about the camera and video capabilities. what about the DNSe 2 and virtual 5.1 SRS. what about the face smile and blink detection . what about the ISO 1600. what about the AMOLED screen? these are the technology not an O.S which is linux based cause MOTOROLA released the linux based operating systems long time ago.
Anonymous, 29 Aug 2009compare it with samsung i8910. don't know what these nokia fans are talking about. perfection?... moreThis phone isn't about hardware specs, it's about OS, it's the introduction of the new Maemo OS, while i8910 is better on paper, it runs S60 5th edition, which isn't up to the competition!
compare it with samsung i8910. don't know what these nokia fans are talking about. perfection? see that phone which is released two months ago and compare it with what nokia has just announced. see the perfection of technlogy in i8910. with already amoled screen and HD video recording. samsung will beat the 2010 with another amazing phone and you nokia fans will still be happy by these old technology phones.
i dnt knw why nokia... make dese silly mistakes.
BATTERY POWER == 1320mAh ...ONLY.
Anonymous, 29 Aug 2009Rizwan, don't talk nonsense, this phone have one other CPU it's Cortex, and it's more powerful... morei think you shuld check your EYE'S......
bcoz,iam talking about battery capacity,BL-5J(1320mah)
compair to BP-4L (1500 mah) not for his CPU.....OK.
Camper, 29 Aug 2009I hope it has a good browserIt's one of its strength is the browser, it's Mozilla based, see the videos to know!