symbianizer, 24 Dec 20088 mp is just a number. As of this moment, nothing beats Nokia N82 when it comes to camera even... moreNo offense, I know that N82 is a nice camera phone but even if you make the cameras of those phones into 5 mp, it's just a matter of fact that N82 can't simply beat the best cameraphones. Let aside megapixels and look for some other things like face detection, smile detection, smart contrast, wide dynamic range, image stabilizer, blink detection, bestpic. Do you think that the N82 of yours got those stuff?
CAN u put facebook on ths phone like a blackberry? so when you take pictures u can blog them straight to facebook?
symbianizer, 24 Dec 20088 mp is just a number. As of this moment, nothing beats Nokia N82 when it comes to camera even... moreyou're absolutely wrong..have you've read GSMArena's 8megapx shootout?? it clearly states there that these devices (8mp equipped handset) easily surpasses any 5mp cam handsets in the market.
you have just became a "cry wolf"
this phone can make video calling??my customer trade tis phone cannot make video calling?is'it true??
Anonymous, 01 Jan 1970Go for INNOV8, kabayan. If you'll take other features in consideration, you can't go wrong with INNOV8. But if camera is all that matters to you, its practical to choose C905 to save some bucks.
Bought C905 and within a week earpiece no sound and cant communicate.Replace a new set and within 2 weeks same problem arise,very frustrated as all information gone and long queue and now taking my Hp to troubleshoot and i believe there is batch or technical fault.After repair dont know whether can solve problem.1st month already so much problem, after ?????
8 mp is just a number. As of this moment, nothing beats Nokia N82 when it comes to camera even when compared to 8mp camera phones. Lots of credible reviews from TV, magazine, and internet is a testament to that fact. Honestly speaking, if you prefer camera/dislay quality, go for Nokia. If you prefer audio however, go with SE.
Im having a problem with the camera. When i push the shutter down to activate camera mode, the camera won't respond and I have to use the main camera button on the side (just beside the 8.1 mega pixel sign) Just so I could activate the camera. This went for about 3-4 days. Now even if I push the camera button, It won't activate to camera mode And that pesky "open lense cover" just won't dissappear anymore even with the shutter down. Does anyone have a simillar experience with their c905? I was opting for an N82 but I thought this phone was great. turns out its gonna be a great pain in the ass!
Any1 gt any website to download themes,aplications or games for C905? Please leave a msg here or add my msn messenger...email@example.com.
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I got this phone a couple days ago and I'm loving it. I've read a lot of bad reviews but all the negatives are yet to be seen. Most of the features I won't use on the phone such as the WiFi and GPS. I bought it solely for the camera. I had the K790a before and this is just a big upgrade. The phone takes marvelous pictures. Well done SE!!!!
bad batrry life ! and poor sound quality :( but camera in night is good !
nick, 23 Dec 2008or because they dont know any different.Nobody even knows what Symbian is lol
My neighbour has a N95 8GB ..i told him it runs on Symbian Platform.
He was like WHATS THAT!
I replied LOL
the battery life is not very good! but all round i good phone i like it.
I think this phone is amazing. Its probably the best invention since the toaster. BUT BETTER. All i can say is .... FANTABIGOSI.... If any one disagrees they must be havin a nightmare
After having this handset for a month I'm done with it. The camera is absolutely wonderful for a mobile but after that it's mostly downhill. The build at best feels semi-cheap, the d pad and keys all creak and feel poorly designed. The keypad is horrible, you don't get the same amount of feedback consistently across the board and this leads to many typos. Unlike the review here states, the top row of keys is somewhat difficult to get to, even if you have small fingers like me.
The Web Feeds is incredibly laggy and often just locks up when updating forcing a restart. The slide mechanism has gotten quite loose and I don't even open it all that much, very disappointing.
The worst feature of all that I wanted to work well is the GPS, it's incredibly unreliable and takes on average about 3 minutes longer than the N95 to lock on, if it does at all (it rarely did for me).
The browser doesn't allow full screen mode unless the handset is tilted sideways and the annoying loading bar is almost in the middle of the screen covering too much content up.
I was also disappointed in the wifi implementation. To use it you must have it on and connected before launching an app that will use data. Requiring more battery use, clicks and time. They should have a choice on launch of an app like their well known competitor does. The range was very weak as well. I have a Linksys N router that my macbook pro and N95 have no problems staying connected to out in the backyard or garage but the 905 loses the connection as soon as I step out the door.
I love the SE email client, file manager and the camera but it just has too many annoyances and features that fail to be a keeper for my personal requirements. It's in no way a dud but it just doesn't live up to my demands.
If you're satisfied with what a phone offers as is and doesn't really care about individuality, get a Java phone. Otherwise, grab a Symbian or WinMo phone. It will give you a lot of options to stand out from the rest and make your mobile phone experience better. The simplicity that java phone offers can never match the vast possibilities smartphones have. Therefore this SE C905, a java phone, is not worthy of being called king or superior in mobile phone world.