Kenzo, 22 Sep 2008Absolutely.....im Waiting 4 The N96.... I would hav bourght the N95 8GB long ago yet i needed... moreI didnt know DVB-H was free here in SA, I bet if you get the N96 on Vodacom they will actualy charge you for DVB.
Anonymous, 22 Sep 2008its good handsetmost of phones founds startup failed. i used & soldout.
Im buying this phone today. I already sold my disappointing G810 and wont buy Samsung anymore, low build quality, not durable products.
Anonymous, 22 Sep 2008Your right. It doesnt really bring anything new to the table. The only thing samsung did was p... moreAbsolutely.....im Waiting 4 The N96....
I would hav bourght the N95 8GB long ago yet i needed more memory store all my music collections....and my favourate movies and clips on the move...So my ALLTERNATIVE was the N96.....
The Kick stand is usfull in many ways sadly many ppl wont see that untill thay hav a chance 2 use it....and The DVB-H TV is a very BiG bonus 4 me coz its free in my country..South Africa.. :-D
Quite usefull wen great channels are available so u dnt need 2 fyt 4 the remote..lol
Kenzo, 22 Sep 2008Absolutely true.....finaly some 1 who sees the light and speeks the truth 4 wat it is....
The... moreYour right. It doesnt really bring anything new to the table. The only thing samsung did was pump up the megapixels.
The i8510 can do many things, but it has too many limitations like its size and bad egronomics. I am a music buff and i frequently use the multimedia keys on nokia phones. I would rather get the n96 since it has them. The 3.5mm audio jack on the top is another bonus.
Also, The kickstand takes viewing videos to another level. The picture quality is quite good, like the n78. Then there's the dual slide design for superb landscape gaming.
To me, this handset screams multimedia more than any other phone in the market at the moment and it delivers on all fronts superbly. Pity the samsung fanboys will never agree. Guess they'll sacrifice all these extra benefits for bigger pictures. Lol...
Anonymous, 21 Sep 2008Get n85. If you have more cash, get n96. E71 isnt very strong on multimedia capabilities. I851... moreAbsolutely true.....finaly some 1 who sees the light and speeks the truth 4 wat it is....
The i8510 dosnt cut it bieng a multimedia device...its more of a high end device...lol i gust wish Sammsung fan-boys would stop braging about it...coz clearly it shows that Sammsung has acheived something thy'v neva been able 2 pull off...
hence i call it the i8510...and leav out the "innov8" coz i so ne inovation in terms of the comercial market...its an innovation 2 Saamsungs portfolio...lol...sadly its true....nuthing new in the market eccepting the 8megapixel....
Whats wrong with n96.in india most of the people who bought it are selling it for the loss of almost 200$ its about 9000 INR
Anonymous, 01 Jan 1970Get n85. If you have more cash, get n96. E71 isnt very strong on multimedia capabilities. I8510 is also very good, but i find it too big, its egronomics arent very friendly and it has a few limitations e.g no n-gage, cant create music presets via equalisers, no dedicated multimedia keys, etc.
But the best value for money at the moment is n85.
DVB-H is a DIDITAL TV tuner. It's totally different from the concept of regular television at home that picks up ANALOGUE signals and broadcasts local TV stations. It is also different from video streaming that connects to the internet via GPRS, EDGE, 3G or WiFi to stream audio & video. DVB-H is of higher quality than video streaming because video is decoded in MP4 format and audio is AAC format at 128kbps bitrate.
Omair, 21 Sep 2008Just a question regarding DVBH -TV thingy, i've heard that this is not the regular TV broadcas... moreyes thats right Ive been in nokia shop and asked them to put the tv on,on n96 and they said ;YOU CANT
the only way to do it is going on internet which is another cost and low quality
IMPORTANT to everyone who thinks of tv,Ive just been in nokia shop and was told you CANT use the tv function at all any where in UK till the digital tv is fully converted which would be atleast couple of years in UK!!!
officially available in the Philippines at about Php35,900, ill wait for the price to rich 25,000 before being able to buy one c",
Just a question regarding DVBH -TV thingy, i've heard that this is not the regular TV broadcast its a technology specially given by one of the Telecom Service Provider, is it so or anyone have tried the normal transmission over it???