Anonymous, 01 Jan 1970No I'm referring to Nokia N98. I saw it in a magazine front view and don't have idea whether it has a keypad on purely touchscreen...
Btw, I'm sure nick will not be interested knowing what "bubog" and "suka" means...
Anonymous, 19 Jun 2008 C905 Cyber-shot
8.1 megapixel camera
Auto focus Face detection
Smart contras... moreman, im just thinking, if you post the specification of Nokia C905, do you really want to buy it or are you just playing cool here?
don't post the comparison if you yourself will never buy the phone!
You're a Pilipino. hehe Musta Kababayan.
Have you heard N98?
I read it in magazine come from singapore:
7 Mega Pixel
3.5 inch VGA Touchscreen
Symbian S70 OS
Basically this are what i read in the magazine. Is this true since you are a fan of Nokia?
Well. . . whatever they say. . . nokia's bitin the dust big time! SONY ERICSSON GOT CREATIVITY LOL:-) Think Noookkiia. . . is making phones to hit and kill people rather to use it stylishly. . . I never ever want a blunt big looking dumb nokia in ma table. . . . K850i ROCKZ in all aspects!
nick, 19 Jun 2008no actually quicktime opens things up according to their resolution XP
and yeah the softwar... moreKamote? try it. It's sweeter than potatoes.
Wanna try some "bubog" for some munchies
I don't use quicktime babe.
just a good old media player classic and plenty of codecs.
You should play with your PC more.
Wanna try "Suka"? It's better than booze
nick, 19 Jun 2008sniper, have you ever opened up a qvga video on a computer? it is a tiny little box in the cor... moreBy the way, your phone needs a strong alarm clock
And as noisy as a typewritter
lets light up your arse shall we. ^_^
no actually quicktime opens things up according to their resolution XP
and yeah the software is totally bent! the white always goes mad and the sky is always a blur.
whats a kamote? have you gone mad?
re-read the 5mpx camera review
nick, 19 Jun 2008sniper, have you ever opened up a qvga video on a computer? it is a tiny little box in the cor... moreThat small box your talking about is not a qvga, it is called a media player just in case you don't know what that is. And you can zoom it up zoom it down, full screen etc. just in case you don't know how to use it.
And a bigger lens is not everything when it's about natural colors or color rendition - it's software baby, sooooftwaaaaarreeee....
your just randomly calling up things to have a good debate, aren't you?
Go home and bake your Mum a nice warm "Kamote"!
sniper, have you ever opened up a qvga video on a computer? it is a tiny little box in the corner, it is unusable.
and in daylight, having a bigger lens is an advantage, on the n95, the photos are equivalent to a digital camera when exposed to daylight, its truely great.
we'll argue about cameras when you all buy the c905 and nokia release their next one, because trust me, its going to be a harder argument, if any. sony erricson seem to have stepped up a gear with the new one (except the video).
but for now, the gsmarena 5mpx shootout says it all.
8.1 megapixel camera
Auto focus Face detection
Digital zoom – up to 16x
Picture & Video blogging
17 June 2008 The new C905 Cyber-shot™ and S302 Snapshot camera phones from Sony Ericsson allow consumers around the world to capture and share vivid photos whatever their needs, photography skills or budget. Whether it is a compact camera phone with prestige good looks, or a real alternative to a digital camera, Sony Ericsson has the phone for the job.
Singapore, 17 June 2008 – The C905 is Sony Ericsson’s first Cyber-shot slider and its most advanced camera phone yet. With an 8.1 megapixel camera and real camera flash amongst its cutting-edge capabilities, it offers easy photo-taking in a phone that derives its looks from a digital camera and offers the picture quality to match. In comparison the S302 Snapshot is for those who want it all at an affordable price – good looks, must-have features and a pocket-sized slim design.
“The C905 Cyber-shot™ and S302 Snapshot have been developed to make us all better photographers! That means making it easier to take great shots and never missing that magic moment.” said Sven Totté, Head of Imaging Marketing at Sony Ericsson. “Although both have photography at their core, the phones are very distinct; the 8.1megapixel C905 is a viable alternative to a digital camera and the S302 is perfect for those who don’t want to miss a moment and like to send or Bluetooth™ their photos to their friends.”
The new C905 Cyber-shot™
Take your best shot
* 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
* From baby’s first steps to an amazing sunset; store them all on the 2GB Memory Stick Micro™ (M2®) included
* The USB adaptor (CCR-70) provided in-box allows for easy transfer of your photos to-and-from your PC.
* View high-quality pictures on the phones impressive 2.4” scratch-resistant mineral glass display
* 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
* Much more than a camera phone - GPS-enabled for geo-tagging of photos and navigation support.
Anonymous, 01 Jan 1970whoah. cool pics.
_^ gonna create my own blogspot as well.
World view 2008 is coming..
nick, 19 Jun 2008lol dani they are 100% definition, as opposed to what?!
and they are UNNATURALLY DULL.
a... moreI saw somebody's video about N95 playing youtube vids (using K850i).
Not so impressed. It's well-known and I saw nothing special really.
Anyway, was that your keypad? it's so darn noisy. Atleast you could have turn the silent mode on, I hate that "tak-a-tak" sound...
Anonymous, 19 Jun 2008You make me laugh while saying Nokia is not creative. In gsm world Nokia has the most variety ... more@Anonymous
Just visit the below link of myn and see the shots that I took with my K850 and then judge the camera quality!!!
nick, 19 Jun 2008no, im the smart guy here who bought the nokia because i do not just jump on the bandwagon bei... moreYou're argument has been very very intriguing eversince.
First of all, who cares about the name cyber-shot, people are not paying for the name. It's the performance.
The XENON flash issue is true. N95 cannot match that.
In perfect light, I disagee - K850 wins. That is why people say it's has natural pics, coz when you take pictures of nature and natural sceneries like lakes, mountains, praries, it's good. It's very very good.
I can gaurantee that The N95's winning point is in low light conditions, like inside buildings and low-lit living rooms.
About the video, resolution is a pointer yes. But like what i said again and again, it's not just size that matters - King Kong is helpless against Superman, something like that.
Coz you have to consider the bit rate, or the amount of data a video file has.
In comparison, if the video size of two samples are different, but the bit rate are the same, technically the smaller video has the advantage.
I'm not saying that the k850 is better than N95, but saying that N95 is far superior than N95 is highly debatable. It can only be superior over the K850i if and only if the N95 can cover all of the functions of the K850i.
To sum all of this things up:
I will only accept the fact that the N95 is far more superior than N95 if and only if the N95 has everything that the K850i has.
(do not tell me that it has all, coz xenon alone is the major example)
nick, 19 Jun 2008its my n95 taking 6 minutes to boot up. yeah its very slow6 minutes?
My friend's N95 starts at a minute.
you must have done something wrong.
Attention K850 users:
R1FA035 firmware is already starting to pop-up at selected Update service locations.
Check your SEUS programs to upgrade.
No new firmware yet for APAC-ANZ generic_so
- Media player skin bug removed
- Faster User Interface.
- Faster Media Animation
- Faster Multitasking
- Pink/Red rendition not fixed (same cam driver)
- No tv out (duh, wishful thinking?)
Which one of these phones(5310,w890,k850) has the best sound quality through earphones?
no, im the smart guy here who bought the nokia because i do not just jump on the bandwagon being that a flashy word 'cybershot' means better.
a camera is all about its lens and optics, and all the hardware involved with the camera on the k850 is vastly inferior to the hardware on the n95.
okay the k850 has a xenon flash, so yes the phone is better at night (obviously), im not gna lie and say the LED on my n95 is anywhere near as good, but during the day (when a camera really counts) is when the n95 shines.
if you took a photo of somewhere during the day with an n95 and then with the k850, the photo on the n95 will be FAR better.
stop talking about this natural colour rendering, this is total garbage, its just one of those laughable excuses made by SE fans. if you take a photo with a standard camera, the photos are always coloured up to impress the user! no digital camera produces washed out photos like the k850 so this is total rubbish!(also who wants natural?!)
my next point is the video. the k850 is marketed as a cameraphone, yet sony ericcson have never personally made a cameraphone with VGA video recording (standard on all real digital cameras). my nokia n95 does have this, in fact even older nokias have this when they are not even supposed to be camera phones. they are trying to save moeny here! the video is part of the overall experience.
the n95 produces better photos in the day quite substantially.
the n95 video is better
the n95 doesn't blur unlike the k850 which is terrible at blurring! i find 50% of the shots i take on a k850 are blurred!
the n95 has a manual lens cover so putting fingerprints over the lens is hard. wheres the point in an automatic lens cover when theres a bit of plastic infront of it which easily gets covered in fingerprints!
thats my argument, try your hardest to argue against it.