AnonD-10363, 23 Jul 2012A few clarifications u ppl aren't aware of and making an illogical hell out of here...
1. N... more1. "Nokia 3220 (brick + cover) was the first NFC handset available commercially./Samsung SGH-D500E (Slider) was the first NFC-phone presented (CeBit 2005). Today the growth of near field communication technology is facilitated by the NFC Forum. Founded in 2004 by Sony, Nokia, and Philips, the NFC Forum creates the technical specifications that those developing NFC compatible devices and NFC tags must follow". Everyone can copypaste but please do it right at least.
Anonymous, 07 Sep 2012Do not presume to dictate how others should use their smartphone. A true smartphone will do ev... moreWhat excuses are you talking about? The man said it like it is and the fact that he doesn't play games doesn't mean that they don't exist. See "User opinions and reviews" for game recommendations, they are talking about that right now.
Read your article... bought the phone....very happy. Very nice article...the ending made me want to cry.
I'm an owner of 808 with FP 2. I'm very satisfied with this phone. Before I intended to buy 4S or Note 2. 4S Camera disappointed me and Note 2 the usability too complex. I had N8 before. So 808 its a great Upgrade. Thanks Nokia!
i love nokia phones coz of there great creative designs,great camera,and video voice quality.symbian only needs improvement to go along with the android and ios.go go nokia phones.never surrender!
mrlolftw, 18 Jul 2012This phone is absolutly stunning for what it is. Its got a 41mp camera which as shown,gives in... moreDo not presume to dictate how others should use their smartphone. A true smartphone will do everything and requires no excuses like yours.
below link is the user reviews from the owner of 808PV:
Whats the point of having the best camera on the worst operating system known to man?
Its like having a Lancia Delta Thema (Prone to Rust) in an Amazon Rain Forest!!!
Pity this great PureView technology, even if incorporated into WP 8 phones, will be kind of destroyed because of the lack of proper support from the Windows Phone operating system. And instead of a 41 MP sensor we will probably see something like a 21 MP.
Sticking to WP 8 ONLY was a big mistake. Compare for example Nokia N9 with Lumia 800 - the N9 is superior almost in every aspect, including camera features. The explanation is simple: Nokia could adjust MeeGo in N9 in-house, to their needs, they had access to the source code, they could do everything with it. Now they are Microsoft-dependent, that's what it is.
The workflow for Nokia is now like this:
Nokia has an idea --> Nokia has to KINDLY ask M$ to implement it --> M$ implements this or NOT (like for example they quite surely won't support 41MP cameras in their WP 8 - a feature that "outdated" Symbian does support) --> Nokia can or can't work further with the feature.
Compare this to having access to the source code like for example MeeGo or Android. WP8 = fail for Nokia.
Could you do a shootout amongst Nokia 808 Pureview, Apple iPhone 4S, Samsung Galaxy S 3, HTC One X, Sony Xperia S and a Canon DSLR.
The battery is to small - I hope Nokia puts something serious into their next PureView phone.
When will the manufacturers learn that users want good battery life? I don't care if the phone is 1,5 mm thinner, I prefer better battery life to it. But HTC, Samsung, Nokia - they won't learn.
I am a very satisfied 808 user the best ever! Could anybody be so kind as to inform me how the slide show works up to now I was unable to switch it on.
this is the first Nokia phone ever that impressed me with one and only 1 feature... the "STILL CAMERA" performance. nothing else.. Stills are really awesome.... but the cam drains a huge amount f battery though .... At least a 2500 mAH battery was due for this... really poor on battery backup..