You have used incompatible stereophones (test device). Please recheck spec or consult with Nokia. It is very important. It's well known problem with old stereophones - sound degradation.
Simonster, 04 Dec 2011I will not buy any phone that run on Win os.Great. Your loss, our gain.
P means Progressive,
I don't have time to completely explain but its the way the picture is displayed, for full reference have a google on Progressive vs Interlaced Scanning.
Progressive is far better and in real simple lamens terms, if you put a camera to an Interlaced screen, you see those funny lines like in old monitors, when recording a progressive its displayed dynamically... its more indepth than that but you get the picture.... see what I did there? hehe
waited, and i think with mango, wp is "fully usable" (when first launched, no copy&paste, missed some other functions). in fact, i think, it's comparable with ios & android. i've an iphone and used a number of android handsets; se mini pro being the latest one i also carry now, i do miss the many features/functions on android, but i cant stand the bugs/lagginess/force-closes etc. on-screen keyboard were sub-par too (thats why i switched to se mini pro w/ a physical qwerty)...i guess wp is the middle ground between android & ios...more features/functions than ios but not yet at the android level..
Just some questions:
How/ can you protect individual apps? If you lose your phone in an airport before a long flight, people that find it can enjoy free internet access, or looking at the pictures guess where you live and rob your house.
I just want to know if you can lock individual apps(internet browser, settings, market, gallery, etc), like on an Android phone.
I understand the the galley tile slide-shows your photos on the screen. Can you restrict some photos of being shown?
windows phone security isnt good either.
someone pirated a sofware and put for free on the market,
microsoft even approve it. they nwo removed it and wipe the app from peopel that bought it
I just want to point out that Windows Phone 7(and 7.5) does have native Divx and Xvid support. If it's in an mp4 or m4v container then it'll be fine.
It's the avi video container file format that it doesn't support. If you pop your xvid/divx video stream into one of the supported containers it plays just fine and there's no long conversion process to do that.
As a person that used Android and has still got a warm spot for it i decided to take the plunge and get an Nokia Lumia 800 and i have to say i love it. The people hub is amazing and so simply to use there is no lag sorry Android i really got sick of it after a while and i have yet to see a force closer sign because something didnt work. The zune player is great actually i can stream as much music as i like for £8.99 a month also i can download it onto my phone and play it where ever i go. texting is great and email is great. The one downside is that games are very expensive. I have used facebook and twitter loads more because it is built in the system. yes it is not dual core and i cant add moving wallpapers and the like but to be honest i knew what i was geting before i bought it and i dont care. I dont want to see people when i call them so front facing means nothing to me. the OS is simple and fluid to use something that i have never been able to say of Android in all my years of using it. Also i believe the reviewer needs to get a clue Nokia have never stated that this was going to be the phone that saved it we all know they only had about 7 months how much do you think they were really going to do. What they have done is make a good start and the handset is desirable all the Android handsets i have had reviewers thought they were great because of their specs but they didnt look that nice case in point Htc desire was not a looker. I have had this phone and everyone has wanted to pick it up and play with it. Sorry but i cant fault it i wish i could but i cant it just works.
Bear in mind people... that this really is just a stop-gap until next year (haven't they already announced the Lumia 900 flag ship?)
I would wait...
Feb / March should see a new line up and definitely an improvement on this (if W7.5 is your bag...)
As it stands this is just to get their foot in the door...
Next year is make or break for them...
And they'll have a hell of a lot of competition..
I thought I'd like this phone, but I cannot use a Phone thats limited to 16GB of storage.
I have about 1100 songs (8gb) on my Galaxy S II, got Maps of ENTIRE Europe (about 8gb) saved. I've got about 200-300 pictures, and probably 10-20 videos recorded @ 1080p. I'm no math genius but.. What will be left for Apps? App Data?
Anonymous, 05 Dec 2011Nokia is Symbian. Nokia with anything else is a different phone--only the brand name. Symbian ... morei totally agree.. NOKIA is Symbian... they should make it better...
or just get ANDROID....
posted from HTC EVO 3D
to start off: my wm6.5 htc hd2 has full multi-tasking (though less ram for applications) and IE with full flash support. 3 years later MS do not show any evolution, but contrary. Shame on Nokia that their "savior" is so pathetic. LOL :-P
Anonymous, 05 Dec 2011Windows, even in desktops, are products of marketing hype. On desktops, they were pretty heavy... moreNokia is Symbian. Nokia with anything else is a different phone--only the brand name. Symbian should have been improved instead of going Windows. It's light and requires very little hardware-wise. With this Lumia, you're buying just another Windows phone, not a real Nokia.
Windows, even in desktops, are products of marketing hype. On desktops, they were pretty heavy on hardware (compared to macOS or Linux). They excelled in marketing which explains their success on desktops. On mobiles, well they met with limited success for the same reason--very heavy and slow. To save itself from drowning, Nokia just grabbed a lifesaver made of cement!!!
AnonD-21403, 05 Dec 2011are you guys gonna buy this ? i think its worth a tryYes you are right, I am also planning to purchase Nokia Windows Phone.
AnonD-6193, 03 Dec 2011dont compare your grandfather with yourself. Symbian's lifetime is over... As i see, WP7 is ... moreim working for microsoft... and i hate mango 7.5... bcoz... there no Improvements... over w7....but appolo having so much changes... it supports flash in broswer, mass storage mode,, but still no bluetooth file transfer... and come wit expandable storage
Without front camera and External memory slot, no use as far as my concern.