Anonymous, 18 Jun 2008Those max. sar levels don't mean much. A phone with low sar level can produce more radioactive... moreI did not worry so far.
Somebody else brought the issue up.
But, I have heard it is a real danger.
(see some Scandinavian studies)
Those max. sar levels don't mean much. A phone with low sar level can produce more radioactive contamination (Rms) because it's always look'n for a network.....and if you're worried about that stuff, don't drink out of Tetra-Packs and don't cook meat!!!
Please go to SE website and do a search:´SAR´
Oh no! 404 - Page not found
BTW W890 is not listed
From other source:
W890 1.37 W/kg
G900 1.39 W/Kg
N95 0.6 W/Kg
any takers on whether Nokia, Samsung or LG employ this guy to bash SE? :P
Very weak argument dude, not convincing at all, not least due to the multiple consecutive posts...
SE is the only manufacturer to produce a reasonably compact phone that has the functionality of otherwise much larger phones. I like that
SE and all companies thrive on their image and they willing to spend big money on it.
Millions and millions of USD. Don´t you think that they can buy a few review? :)
Or they can monitor and manipulate forums etc.
suggest to all:
Go and check out the phone and buy the very same unit once you feel that unit is good enough for you.
Do not trust reviews, forums etc. It can give you some idea what to check but the decision is yours only!
For the G900 check:
- flash (in door pictures bad!)
- buttons / ergonomics
- look (some feel it looks cheap)
If you still like it - BUY IT!
mstl..this one is especially for you...
'G900 is not an ultimate cameraphone, rather taking the role of a very versatile smartphone with all-embracing functionality and a touchscreen for a chief selling point. If you try to look at it from this position, you get a very balanced solution sold at a very reasonable price. The quality of touchscreen implementation in G900 (as well as G700) is worthy of admiration – the very case where the conventional controls are complemented by the touch functions, yet not duplicated or entirely replaced. Previous UIQ models were known to alienate parts of the audience due to a total lack of conventional navigation buttons, single-handed operation combined with all-touch interface resulted in very low ergonomics and in fact quite unsatisfactory. This problem is now gone with G700 and G900 models'.
quote taken from smape.com
Anonymous, 18 Jun 2008if you think so.
Meanwhilst I think this phone is brilliant. C905 looks pretty cool too. bu... moreMay be, I do not care about the N96.
BTW, you will never get a professional level camera wit ha phone :)))
You need to get a Nikon or Canon for that :))
My guess is that Se will screw-up the C905 some way. The last 3 phones has all kind of problems. THe X1 will be manufactures by HTC - so all the signs about another failure.
But, lets wait and see.
I do not care about any 20mm thick (˝brick˝:) phone even if it
has a 20mp camera on it!
Anonymous, 18 Jun 2008SE fanatics and PR staff in the last few months keep calling NOKIA phones ˝brick˝ :)... moreif you think so.
Meanwhilst I think this phone is brilliant. C905 looks pretty cool too. but I'm not looking for a professional camera phone soo its out of the question, however, if i WAS, that would definately beat the N96...no doubt!
SE fanatics and PR staff in the last few months keep calling NOKIA phones ˝brick˝ :)
Now, they are in trouble with the C905with its 18-20mm thickness - ;)
There is no need for me to go to that forum - SE made an ... and it is very obvious.
BTW, who needs an 8mp camera phone from a company who can not make a decent 3mp or 5mp camera for the phones.
W890 (SE asked for 500USD):
- no autofocus
- no flash
- lousy pictures
- weak flash
- poor quality pictures
The 8mp does not make sense for most people anyway. A really good 5mp enough if you do not make hard copy larger than 8.4˝x11˝or A4.
Even a 3mp can be very very decent.
Another fact, SE releases the phones very slow (6-9 months). By the time the it will come out it will be totally outdated.
See Samsung i900 (now) - look at the specs and imagine what they will do in 6 months!
But ,other companies in the same schedule - SE is falling behind!
I have the phone now, and am experiencing some touch screen responsiveness problems? Is anyone having the same problem? Please let me know. Other than that the phone is pretty good.
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What about the video and music quality of G 900.
Is G900 video comparable to Nokia N-95?
I have bought it last Friday.I have been waiting for it, since it's announcement! It was very beautiful,with awesome characteristic but when I came to the SAR leaflet I was really dissapointed!!! 1.47 is very high! It is a microwave oven not a phone.So with a broken heart, I took it back and bought a P1i instead (xperia and c905 are still a long way to come)!!
Anonymous, 01 Jan 1970don't know where you're getting this from.
Not slow at all, all the ones I've tried were pretty fast.
But I agree. See it in the shops yourself first, its so much smaller when you hold it than in these pictures on gsm arena.
murders23, 17 Jun 2008will this phone work in california, USNot well!
but, again it would not work well anywhere :)))
But, in CA most towers are Cingular/ATT (850MHz) so you need a quad phone! (or US version)
But , do not feel bad you did not miss much with this phone!