six_tymes, 09 Apr 2019A big let down, Nokia should fire everyone in their procurement and marketing department that ... moreIt shows how little you know about soc since the s8 came with a 835 processor the 845 is more than capable of handling everything that the 855 have so relax it wasn't a big difference in terms of benchmark anyways btw the 835 is a capable processor probably better than a midrange processor
six_tymes, 09 Apr 2019A big let down, Nokia should fire everyone in their procurement and marketing department that ... moreDisappointed for putting SoC 845 in 2019? Nonsense!!!! Then go put SoC 805 from 2014 to launch in 2019 phones. Lets see how much disappointed you are.
AnonD-860090, 08 Apr 2019I would like to appologise to all the persons who didn't understand my posts, and yes ? I shou... moreUh numbers of Nokia 8 sirocco owners are too less yet you say they are on top of the line complaining in twitter...do not understand what you are talking about.
I would allow Nokia to ship out a few updates to fix various camera bugs. It's a new thing and i think we should give them a chance. Because if most issues can be fixed through software, this camera could turn out really awesome.
lpl, 09 Apr 2019I can't believe that some of you out there are still discussing the s845...just. no. Save ener... moreit's simple those are the haters and fan boy of other brands. me as a phone user i buy what i want without a fan
Nokia, here's a suggestion - when shooting only JPEG just focus on optimizing only one of the sensors and use the output of only one of them for the picture. The JPEG quality from all the sensors is shitty anyways and the border mashing, because of the different perspective of the sensors is just ridiculous!
I can't believe that some of you out there are still discussing the s845...just. no. Save energy. Open your eyes. Make a valid point. Otherwise it's just a copy paste bla bla comment
six_tymes, 09 Apr 2019A big let down, Nokia should fire everyone in their procurement and marketing department that ... moreSamsung S8 and S8+ both have sd835. Even i found Note 8 too have sd835
So where does this damn sd845 comes to picture?
A big let down, Nokia should fire everyone in their procurement and marketing department that was responsible for selecting the 845. This phone especially in 2019 should have been released solely with an 855 out of the gate. It should have come with the best there is available, that would have at least satisfied the many who are avid highend phone users, and would have alleviated at least some of the draw backs, better battery life possibly? I mean come on, give reason to own it. The 855 was in your control, this phone should not have an 845, that came out in 2017, heck my wife's S8 was purchased in march of 2017 and has the 845 snapdragon, that's a long time ago in phone years.
Little bit dissappointed, so it can't be a good snapper without post processed images. Bigger sensor means better image quality. too bad this pureview still used tiny sensors, so weak. nokia 808 and 1020 way better than this new pureview. Better to buy good old 808 or 1020 the real and pure Nokia Pureview. Overall it shoots decent images but oversharpened, too much oversharpened makes the image looks so fancy and unnatural. Below average for a flagship phones.
It would have been an excellent phone 2 years ago, except maybe the battery...
Can anyone state with surety what Imaging Sensors are in the Nokia 9? Imaging Sensors are one of the 3 weak points of this smartphone.
Buxz777, 08 Apr 2019I've owned the phone and sent it back.... Battery life is poor... Plus it takes over 2 hour... moreActually they bring updates to the table quite often. I presume you refere to Nokia 8. Well, this one does not have the greatest camera in the world, people expect fixes that do not exist. The camera won't take better pictures, no matter wjat they think.
I've owned the phone and sent it back....
Battery life is poor... Plus it takes over 2 hours to charge from 37% to full..... Fingerprint sensor is rubbish... OK Google doesn't even work on an android one handset.... Its a pain to use with the gear S3 smartwatch compared to other phones and doesn't always auto connect....video recording comes from one of the tiny sensors... The speaker isn't very good.... The phones best automatic setting for night shots is iso 6400 and 1/33s shutter... Night results aren't great... You can improve them handheld at iso 1000-2000 with 1/4s shutter speed of by using the flash in certain situations... The depth mapping is really bad and needs lots of work in most situations... It takes great daytime photos... The jpegs have lots of over sharpening... The raw files are better but you need to do work on them for the best results... Processing speed are slow and the fusion system doesn't process images when the screen is off which is strange
A quick look on Nokia forums shows me they haven't been fixing previously reported bugs on old phones .... Let alone the completely different Nokia 9 with complex algorithms and 5 lens camera system
The phone is selling at 550 pounds in the UK at the minute and no one bar die hard Nokia enthusiasts should buy it... No one even knows if a software update will come... Even if it does there is so much wrong what will they fix
I'm sorry but for what you get in daytime shots is not worth giving up on things one better video... Better low light performance... Better bokeh and subject separation... Fingerprint scanners that actually work and batteries that charge much quicker and last much longer
Save your money people
Nokia 808 is the king of mobile phone photography..
real PureView ❤
Who jump to the battery life page first and get disappointed latter?
lpl, 07 Apr 2019First give it a try, then pass judgement. This way you just seem like a hater. Cheers!I would like to appologise to all the persons who didn't understand my posts, and yes ? I should give a try to this phone but I will not.
Why? It's because there is no optimization, and the overselling on a device which boards 1year old SOC.
If at the very beginning the Android One, and its chinese iteration roms were optimized, this effort will permit them to sell an optimized device and yes we can agree to use outdated components, even smaller evolutions.
Look Fairphones: small brand, outdated components, pricey as top mid-rangers but the OS is optimized and they aren't 30 behind to do it! But why they are still selling phones and no ones complaint again them? It's because the phone is usable.
But be at the place of Nokia 6.x Plus, 7.x Plus, 8.x Plus users, who faced promised updates which provided useless devices, Nokia 8 Sirocco users (Sirocco sounds the top for all Nokia lovers) which they had to complaint on Twitter during several months to obtain software update where all the other high range devices were already tasted the famous part of pie so long promised.
So yes, qualify me as a hater, but when someone buy a service behind a product, then he should receive it, and there is no excuse to understand that the service can't be delivered.
We're on GSMArena, there is many tech people in the world who are reading reviews, and I feel really chocked to still read comments from people who never had any Nokias claiming they are the best devices. They fucked up also the featurephones: Do you imagine a feature phone of 2019 on which you text a reply from the call history you've to re-add manually the phone number???
Look GSMArena themselves, which are really reliable they waited for the first big software update before plan to do the review... So I'm fed up and yes I'm negative, limit not polite, but please stop to agree to hide all the problems around these phones!
Anonymous, 07 Apr 2019Go to seminar for photography... Then you could make a sensible comment ...i agree with you. i am a photographer for almost 30 years now and this phone is the one i can tell fit's for most prof. photographers. this phone is not intended for point and shoot photography joke. being a photographer is not for auto mode its how you make your photo coming from your heart and creativity which is mind. this phone provides that to us photographers not just a phone user/s.