hamid, 04 Oct 2009Thanks my friend,
im so intrested in buying one, but some say the too amount of sound compres... moreHamid
I have the Jabra 620's. Have had them 3 years. They have a new model out now. But I can tell you these are terrific.
I don't notice any degradation .
hamid, 04 Oct 2009I used to be a nokia fanboy too, but after sold my n95 then bought the garbage n96 then sold i... moreYeah, i left nokia just like you, not because i didn't like em but because I wanted a change. I got iphone because this one was not available yet through Voda in Australia. Life is too short to stick with one brand.
Anonymous, 04 Oct 2009Hamid
Use bluetooth stereo headphones. no stupid wires.....and you can answer the phone al... moreThanks my friend,
im so intrested in buying one, but some say the too amount of sound compression rate for transfering digital sound to an A2DP compatible device would degrade the sound quality and it would even be worse than the device's wired analog output quality!!!
Is that true by any means?
I mean have you ever noticed any issue in audio quality with your a2dp headset than your wired one?
I also want to know which headset you using? And how is its sound quality and loudness?
(Too many questions sorry)
Im about to buy one but theres plenty of them available on the market and have no idea which one is better.
I would be very thankful about your comments
This phone rules, runs on symbian same as most new nokias but has HD video playback and recording, nice cam as it records HD, sounds ok but not best, Very fast but can crash if you overload (not turning apps off and letting them build up) But i disagree with every one the batery life is great, can last 2 days (message and phone calls) or about 7 hours listening to music constantly (tested)
hamid, 04 Oct 2009Guys, if you wanna sell ur innov8 keep ur headset for using it with ur HD. the one in the reta... moreHamid
Use bluetooth stereo headphones. no stupid wires.....and you can answer the phone also.
A2DP is fantastic.
Anonymous, 04 Oct 2009There are tons of apps available for this phone. Symbian rocks. Proud ownder of i8510 In... moreGuys, if you wanna sell ur innov8 keep ur headset for using it with ur HD. the one in the retail box is crap. Atleast you have a volume and a 3.5mm jack on its remote and maybe the innov8 earphones have better sound quality than these sh**phones!!!
Anonymous, 04 Oct 2009thankyou for your information on this phone good to know because i used to be nokia fan till i... moreI used to be a nokia fanboy too, but after sold my n95 then bought the garbage n96 then sold it after 2weeks i realized its the time to leave nokia.
Life is short...;)
There are tons of apps available for this phone.
Proud ownder of i8510 Innov8 and getting this one next month.
Anonymous, 04 Oct 2009thankyou for your information on this phone good to know because i used to be nokia fan till i... moreI love my Innov8...best phone i ever had.
Getting the Omnia HD next month and giving the Innov8 to my wife.
hamid, 04 Oct 2009Salam rofagha(anz, HmMm) I currently have this samsungi8910HD, and telling the truth, i haven... morethankyou for your information on this phone good to know because i used to be nokia fan till i got samsung innov8 and now i want this phone.
jonade, 04 Oct 2009if you are looking for good battery life and good music quality better go for N97 or else if y... moreyeah, N97 has better bass through headphones, but hd has better IMD+noise, both volumes are loud enough.
Many samsung(and some LG) phones ive seen in the reviews have a bit lower bass than their competitors, i dont know why but maybe they think loud bass could damage your hearing or maybe Koreans are BASS HATERS,LOL.
AND if you realy want a music phone go for the iphone its a class leading music phone
But this phone's audio quality is not bad at all, its far better than many phones ive had like: N95, N73, SE k800, SE W810,...
You wont notice this issue if you dont compare it to a e.g ipod touch 2G.
plug your favorite headphones in it then you will love how it sounds
BTW, i would be more happy if there was a custom settings for the equalizer
Anonymous, 04 Oct 2009Please guys help me i m confused between nokia n97 and this one.Please give some suggestions.if you are looking for good battery life and good music quality better go for N97 or else if you want good screen and loud music through speakers go for i8910.
Meanwhile Nokia has better software support than Samsung.
hamid, 04 Oct 2009dear friend - read some reveiws and specs of the two on this site, i8910 is better in every si... moreI own both the N97 and i8910, i8910 is better in all aspects than N97 except for its battery life and music output through ear phones.
i'm beggining 2 like it...........
what is ur comment about it?
Anonymous, 04 Oct 2009Please guys help me i m confused between nokia n97 and this one.Please give some suggestions.dear friend - read some reveiws and specs of the two on this site, i8910 is better in every single aspect.
better camera, better battery, better display, better touch feedback, faster cpu + bigger ram, hd recording and playback,...
then what else do u want from a phone??
N97 has nothing ecxept a NOKIA name on it...
La, 04 Oct 2009Recently got the omnia and love it. But it keeps telling me memory full and there is still 13g... morein which app you get this message? messaging, while bluetooth recieving(set the storage to mass memory) , gallery, ...?
or generally in the main menu window??
tell us more.
Please guys help me i m confused between nokia n97 and this one.Please give some suggestions.
Please guys can anyone tell me which has better camera performance nokia n86 8mp or this one.
I had an enjoyable weekend exploring my newly acquired Omnia HD. Nokia, though the pioneers of Symbian, must get a hint or two from Samsung as to processor speed and how to ensure smooth transitions between screens and menus. I owned an N97 for one day last month, but returned it. Other than being slow, the transitions between menus seemed to stall, flicker and hesitate. Well done Samsung!
I do have a problem with my Omnia HD.
The glossy back and sides are toooooo smooth and tooooo slippery. The phone keeps wanting to slip from my hands, and it did once. I am thinking of sticking some Velcrow stickers, custom cut, on the back and sides as pleasantly as I can manage. I wish this machine had a similar back cover to the BlackBerry Bold.
Other than that, NO COMPLAINTS!