Kyuubi, 05 Mar 2009Lol iphone 2g never had Agps like N95 what your point
iphone 3g and N95 8gb both have Agps b... moreWhy would you connect a phone with built in GPS to a bluetooth GPS unit?
I think standing out in the snow hovering around wireless hotspots is freezing your brain.
Anonymous, 01 Jan 1970They could have have made a phone 4 years ago but there busy asking microsoft for help XD
Kyuubi, 05 Mar 2009Lol iphone 2g never had Agps like N95 what your point
iphone 3g and N95 8gb both have Agps b... moreLet's look at the challenge:-
"U kno wat lets gut sum rolling here tell my ten things that ur iphone (I suspect that excuse for English means 'your' if so MY iPhone is a 3G with A-GPS) can do that my 4 year old n95 can't ???? lets have it apple fan boys. . . . "
So he issued the challenge regarding MY iPhone 3G which does have A-GPS.
Anonymous, 05 Mar 2009h264 is an open standard. Flash is a propriety standard of the Adobe company, way to go Nok... moreOh so thats y so many ppl u jail break it after the updates b/c its apple is so open???
Anonymous, 05 Mar 2009The jack on Nokia phones supports composite video out only, the 30 pin dock connector of the i... moreLol they had to change for the apps store it use to be 40 XD but everyone was getting pissed off
Anonymous, 05 Mar 2009Only since firmware update 12, when it was released the N95 didn't have A-GPS support meh, so... moreLol iphone 2g never had Agps like N95 what your point
iphone 3g and N95 8gb both have Agps but
look i can download alot of GPSs lol apple...google maps i have it on my E70 XD that's the joke and it's 3 years old lol and you can connect it B/T to a Gps device lol can you do that with iphone nope
epic fail once again with apple
Simply, 05 Mar 2009h264. Thats b/c u dont have flash smarty, y would i need that if i have flash support.Plus the... moreh264 is an open standard.
Flash is a propriety standard of the Adobe company, way to go Nokia support closed standards.
Whine, whine, whine Nokia is so open with their standards...
...bulls**t they are.
Apple is doing more to support open web standards, html5, ajax etc.
Simply, 05 Mar 2009Ohhh so now u wannt take away firmware updates then might as well start over, wat can ur iphon... moreI let you have that one, your N95 from 4 years ago or your 4 year old N95 from the date of it's last firmware update.
"U kno wat lets gut sum rolling here tell my ten things that ur iphone can do that my 4 year old n95 can't ???? lets have it apple fan boys. . . . "
Simply, 05 Mar 2009(Composite and S-video out) um since they both do the same thing i dont see how this counts. ... moreThe jack on Nokia phones supports composite video out only, the 30 pin dock connector of the iPhone supports composite, s-video and component video out.
So Nokia is trying to copy Apple's App store right down to the 70/30 payment split, that's original.
Who's going to buy off Ovi when it is so easy to get for free.
It doesn't take long to find info on how to get round the certificate restrictions, you only have to browse the 5800 section.
Anonymous, 05 Mar 2009Only since firmware update 12, when it was released the N95 didn't have A-GPS support meh, so... moreOhhh so now u wannt take away firmware updates then might as well start over, wat can ur iphone can do that my 95 cant wen both phones 1st came out?????
and how u got to 16 u guys only have 4 shaky ones.
Anonymous, 05 Mar 2009Some Nokia loving loser issued a challenge to list ten things an iPhone can do that his four y... moreh264. Thats b/c u dont have flash smarty, y would i need that if i have flash support.Plus there is an app called sky fire, can watch vids from any, and i do mean any website.
Wat does the app store have to do with this??? i mean any phone can download even java apps, O wait u dont have java support.
Who gives about kindle, ive been had flash lite support 4 agis. And reali u use ur phone to read books. . . . wow all i can say.
Simply, 05 Mar 2009ok let me shut up ur gps clame, A-Gps means assited gps meaning that the cell towers are used ... moreOnly since firmware update 12, when it was released the N95 didn't have A-GPS support meh, so the list is down to 16 things the iPhone can do that the 4 year old N95 can't.
Any news that nokia plans to use Stantum precise multitouch in n97 or future touch device phone oe tablet? Is so nokia would make a big step forward!
Stantum multitouch is way better than that on iphone!
Let hope n97 supports it, we want it so badly in nokia phone!
Anonymous, 05 Mar 200914. Composite and S-video out the iPhone is capable of both of these as well as the simpler vi... more(Composite and S-video out) um since they both do the same thing i dont see how this counts. its like sayin wen u turn on the 95 u see the nokia logo, vs if u turn on the iphone n see the apple logo. Moving along
Anonymous, 05 Mar 200913. Get a GPS location from the basement of a building. The 4 year old N95 didn't have A-GP... moreok let me shut up ur gps clame, A-Gps means assited gps meaning that the cell towers are used o tringulated ur postion to give u an aprox postion, and yes the my 4 year old n95 does that, in fact almos every phone that has gps does this. How smart we are, sigh. O and to put it to rest wen u have voice guided navi, come talk to me, best part is im nt restricted to 1 app. i have nokia maps, Garmin xt, and amaze all of which work perfectly fine for voice navigation. O i have google maps also so i can look down at my phone every 5 mins like u dom :P
Anonymous, 05 Mar 2009Some Nokia loving loser issued a challenge to list ten things an iPhone can do that his four y... moreYou kind late buddy OviStore is doing 70% to there developers XD try again how about this
i can use my E70 to record video,voice and send as an MMS with a picture And i can do it at negative 20 degrees XD can you do that with your iphone....oh wait you can't even use gloves with a capasitive screen bad luck for you.... My 2mp on my E70 takes way better pics
There are millions more apps then the appstore ever had and if Nokia had made the OviStore sooner .... You sh*t your self at all the apps that you would see
but looks like your gonna see it in may XD
Apple does not invent touch screen , multiyouch, only the implementatiom of multitouch can be patented, softeare/ hardware tie together! Pinch to zoom on resistive touch ?
Anonymous, 05 Mar 2009Why compare n95 to iphone ?
Why not comparr n97 to iphone?
Is iphone really capablr of doi... moreSome Nokia loving loser issued a challenge to list ten things an iPhone can do that his four year old N95 can't.
15. Play raw h264 video files linked to on websites without requiring a Flash wrapper.
16. Know that 70% of the money paid for an App via the apple App store will go to the developer.
17. Read Kindle books from Amazon and sync bookmarks, annotations and last page read across multiple devices.
One thing which Rafe witnessed at MWC was Stantum's demonstrations of some insanely responsive multi-touch applets working on a standard resistive touchscreen. Leaving aside the demo applets (and also Rafe's own comments, he's still writing up MWC as we speak), then surely this type of technology is what Nokia should be building into its touchscreen phones, so that text input can be increased over the currently limited speeds? Demo and more below.
I've said several times that one of the problems of the Nokia 5800 XpressMusic is that text input using the virtual, full-screen keyboard is on the slow side, possibly slower than using predictive text on a standard hardware keypad. The two main problems are:
There are no writing aids - Nokia needs to implement some kind of spelling correction, along the same lines as that on the Apple iPhone, which works brilliantly. At the moment, far too many miskeys are made, making the overall typing experience much slower.
The use of a standard resistive screen means that one 'keypress' isn't registered unless you've completely lifted your finger from the previous one. This produces an unnecessary speed restriction. There are two solutions here:
Rewrite the existing touchscreen drivers to intelligently parse through the points of contact such that the driver can selectively ignore/handle multiple concurrent screen presses, working on the unique presses when available. This would give a theoretical doubling in virtual keyboard input speed and could be implemented fairly easily in a new firmware build.
Change the resistive screen technology as per Stantum's guidelines, to allow true all-pixels monitoring and true multi-touch. This would obviously only be for future hardware and could be years away, but still worth thinking about and doing.
Engadget did a good job of videoing the Stantum demos and this is embedded below, for your interest.