Se pulled the plug on 2 upcoming handsets p5 and g702.
I wonder what happened there?
I had a recent chance of viewing a forum of easto with k850 pics and i can't believe my eyes with it's image quality so i decided to test so i downloaded and saw the propertiesof the pics and confirmed it as K850 and the firmware is (R1EA031).The link is as follows,
Just been through the Nokia Forums and Phones i like N82 and N95 8GB but
now N96 has released N95 8GB will slowly like...disappear
and N82 i like Features are Good, not sure about its Keypad
i cant stand Bad Keypads these days, K850i has a Better Keypad for me
N95 8GB - Nice Phone but its a Slider and way out of size although features are nice and N96 has come so No
6220 Classic my Favourite, nice upgrade for my 2 Year old 6233 which i still got
might get it
wish N96 didnt come, i really want N95 8GB but cant now!
N95 8GB is one i wanted most, it suits my needs and has the perfect amount of features
but still N96 ?
il just stick with K850i, saves all the hassle of choosing of a Nokia to hard to choose from
il keep K850i for atleast 2-3 Years now, dont like any of the new phones coming out..
@manikandan. Sure c905 is nice, but 2gb only for a phone that has 8meg, gps , wi fi. That makes no sense.
From k850 to c905 you are upgrading a lot but going backwards on the memory!
4 Years ago?
thats 6230i, K750i, D500
Sorry but iv had a K750i and a 6230i
K850i is wayyyyyyyyyyy ahead of those..
what a difference 4 Years makes..!
like i said, this phone could have come out 4 years ago and it wouldnt have been seen as revolutionary in any way.
The new C905 Cyber-shot
Take your best shot
1)Complete digital camera experience on a phone – true digital camera styling and an 8.1 megapixel camera with Xenon flash
Outstanding picture quality – complete with face detection auto-focus, smart contrast and image stabilizer
2)From baby's first steps to an amazing sunset; store them all on the 2GB Memory Stick Micro (M2) included
3)The USB adaptor (CCR-70) provided in-box allows for easy transfer of your photos to-and-from your PC.
4)View high-quality pictures on the phones impressive 2.4" scratch-resistant mineral glass display
5)Share your memories – send your photos wirelessly from your phone to your TV via Wi-Fi (using DLNA), or connect with wires using the TV-Out Cable ITC-60, also announced today
Upload photos to your own online blogsite or print your photos with fantastic resolution up to A3 size
6)Much more than a camera phone - GPS-enabled for geo-tagging of photos and navigation support
cnn, 21 Jun 2008Does K850 tocuh screen work good??Does the cost of repair expensive?@cnn
K850 has a 3 touch keys not touch screen and you have to get use to it.The main idea behind is that you have touch the white marked line for the touch key operations not on the screen.
I have been using the phone for about 6 months and it's working fine without any problem.Once again it's all the matter of fact how careful you maintain your phone!!!
Comments of Mobile-Review.com on K850 & N95 camera is as follows,
"When it comes to general-view photos, it is by no means a draw - the Sony Ericsson K850i does better on the color reproduction front and gives you more details. However, in general, the Nokia N95’s images look more decent due to it being, let’s say, more artistic"
"Now here is a small riddle for you. Where will snaps look better when printed out in 10x15? The answer is very controversial - what looks smooth on your PC screen might loose in quality when printed out. For example, the chamomile we mentioned above seems to have lost some of its colors. The outlines we blamed the Nokia N95 for got a tad sleeker. So the Nokia N95 forges into the lead. That’s why we left nothing to do but print all the samples and then compare these photos all over again. And it turned out that some pics by the N95 got more appealing, but after all, the K850i won the contest by the slimmest of margins (40 to 60). The N95 images we called “artistic” after being printed became grotesque - N95 colors were too unnatural."
I am getting use of K850 camera which produces really good pics with natural colors(What you see is what you get).Since it was about 6 months i am using it working absolutely perfect.
Special regards to sniper,dani and all the other supporter's of k850 on defending the K850 forum form the nokia invaders.And we should continue our work further more to tell the truth how good the K850 is to the rest of the readers of this forum!!!
nick, 20 Jun 2008yeah i was because it was a winmob mobile with a 3.5mmjack and a good proccessor and a vga dis... moreLet the Truth Out, you really want a Sony Ericsson i know you do!
but do you?
I Do Agree N95 has more features, when i say bad things about i dont mean it, Its just My Opinions becuase i know myself i wouldnt go back to Nokia Oh No No No
everyone is entitled to their opinion
yeah i was because it was a winmob mobile with a 3.5mmjack and a good proccessor and a vga display so naturally i was intruiged.
thing is, my n95 actually still has more features also id miss the camera.
i really do use my camera alot and i think it is great which is why im quick to defend it
this pohone is great
it has awesome camera and i like the style
if u buy it u wont regret
except this phone is the least functional cameraphone ever and has no features?
santosh, 20 Jun 2008Well. . . whatever they say. . . nokia's bitin the dust big time! SONY ERICSSON GOT CREATIVITY... moreI completely agree with you.Sony Ericsson phones are much better in all aspects.