mark, 17 Aug 2008wtf!!
what's just up with the dual arm 9 264 mhz of cpu??
this is gonna be one hell of a... morefool which part of Dual...didnt u understand...?.....the procesor has a dual core.....meaning the.....overall task processing is divided in2 tow sections.....
the speed given is ther4 maltiplied by 2......264Mhz x 2=528Mhz......got it.....?
So stop calling this beast slow!
Good news for all UK residents.
This phone is coming to you on the 1st of October.
what's just up with the dual arm 9 264 mhz of cpu??
this is gonna be one hell of a slow poke!
you cant really compare oth brand with this phone, this is an all in one phone, that's why price is high. Other brand may have 8Mp cam, but does not have fancy features like GPS and WiFi.
I looking for that phone, i hope that I will be come the fisrt person who have N96 in Vietnam.
Ok, i will make something clear now, people ar talking about Ericsson releasing an 8 mp phone, so why is Nokia releasing this? First of all, i´m a professional photographer and i will tell you that i doesnt matter how many mp u add on a phone after 5mp upwards, as long as the lens is the size it is today in phones it won´t matter if you have a 20mp phone, i don´t take photos with phones cause i use an iPhone but i will tell that of the tests we have done, u can't beat the Nokia N82 in cameraphones, we have blown up photos to large scale, and Ericsson Cybershot is miles behind the Nokia CarlZeiss, and to add on that the Nokia Xenon flash is magnificent.
So from a long time experience in the photo buisness i can tell you that the N82 CarlZeiss with Xenon will beat a even 12mp Cybershot any day of the week, just some input or advice, whatever u might see it as, Cheers.
I still love teh nok, 16 Aug 2008Am I the only one who thinks this generation of nokia phones are hideous (n96, n81 etc)
I j... moreNo we dnt....its ur opinion.....
and as 4 the 2 sets of Multimedia keys...2 reduce sliding frequanly in result making the phone last longer....u happi?
Anonymous, 16 Aug 2008There is no company in the world that can stand alone and make all its hardware, software and ... moreI didn say ur a liar....i jst dont agree that all ...i repeat all there hardware is not home made......that ....obserd !!!!
Suraj, 16 Aug 2008Why has Nokia not come up with touch screen as yet...without that I think it's not a complete ... morebe patient nokia 8mp 3.2 inch touchscreen due before christmas to blow samsung even further away
Am I the only one who thinks this generation of nokia phones are hideous (n96, n81 etc)
I just think all the buttons on the front are unnecessary n95-8gb was near enough perfect, if it aint broke dont fix it....just give it a bigger battery lol.
And why would you need media buttons (play/pause, skip etc) twice...once again unnecessary.
There is no company in the world that can stand alone and make all its hardware, software and OS without depending on other companies. The philosophy that "No man is an island" holds true even to entities like companies. For example, the N95 camera optics is a Carl Zeiss branded which is manufactured by Konica Minolta. The N91 4GB/8GB microdrive is manufactured by Hitachi. The TFT LCD screens and flash memory are manufactured by Samsung. Bluetooth chip comes from Sun Microsystems, Incorporated if I'm not mistaken. Even the GSM/EDGE, UMTS/HSDPA, WIFI, GPS chips are manufactured by their own respective companies, I just don't know them particularly. The ARM 11 CPU of N95 is again manufactured by another company, Texas Instruments. See? All hardware, the physical and tangible objects of all Nokia phones are not manufactured by Nokia but by other companies. Nokia bought those hardware spare parts as raw materials and they assembled them into finished products.
I"ve just signed up on the Carphone Warehouse website for the Samsung i8510 as it release early september an want to test this phone out for 14 days to see if it lives up to its hype an class,so just can"t wait to see an use it
Anonymous, 01 Jan 1970Thats not true the do produce most of there own hardware!!!!!.....Did u knw that That Nokia jst like samsung ALSO PRODUCE electrical appliances......Tv dvd amps and entertainment ssystems....:oP......so u go do ur research b4 u post ur opinion.....as4 the TFT lcd in the N95.....y is it that if Sammy produces TFT Lcd's 4 Nokia yet they Use 1's with Less colour in them EG:292K.....bt nokia has 16milion......jst a question?.....
Why has Nokia not come up with touch screen as yet...without that I think it's not a complete phone....It's better nokia start releasing phones with touch screen otherwise it's hard to compete with others. Now a days touch screen is a standard with other mobile phones....Nokia should get matured??
Nokia ought to upgrade the N95 8gb mobile to get all the N96 functions an stop releasing the N96 as alot of people will be trying out the Samsung i8510, an leave the N96 alone as people will realise you sign up for the N96 then just a month after Nokia announce an release there 8 mega=pixel camera mobile an they will be very angry with Nokia,i will be trying out the Samsung mobile if its got the symbian software on it an see if you can do what you couldn"t do with the Samsung mobiles before use any music as it tones an download themes onto it,still no offers yet for the Samsung i8510 but its supposed to be out early September
Anonymous, 15 Aug 2008whats even worse for nokia is that they allowed samsung to use the S60 platform! what are t... moreJust like the other guy, you don't know what you're saying either. You said, why Nokia allowed Samsung to use the S60 platform. You don't think first before you write. Samsung bought license from Nokia to incorporate the S60 platform to its devices like i8510, G810. But it's not Samsung alone that benefits from Nokia. Nokia buys hardware and circuitry from Samsung to assemble their phones. A Nokia phone like N95 8GB will not be complete if it doesn't have a TFT LCD screen which is manufacture by Samsung. Another hardware Samsung made that Nokia uses in their phones is the flash memory (drive C). So don't ask why Nokia has to allow Samsung to use the S60. Because it's a give and take relationship that goes in among all the companies. Samsung buys software from Nokia, and Nokia buys hardware from Samsung. Nokia can't produce their own hardware. They can only assemble the hardware that they buy from other companies into finished product.