ya you pay 700 to 800 $ for N95 and you pay 400 $ for this phone and still you guys compare, see what you are getting in this price
its Not about 'Awards'
its about what People want in a Phone, each to their own choice!
phone is extra, but Nokia has better video resolution and n95 memory is way better, omg 8gb is...wow! but, how do you like phone k890i with 7.2 megapixels, resolution of 1632x1224 for video and xxl memory...wath games and other ???
sakthivel mean what?
GOOGLE mean what?
search, n u will get all ur 'mean whats'.
SE 4 lyf!
So what if Nokia N82 has won crap award.
It's only in Indonesia though.
I don't give a damn.
The Nokia N82 has won Indonesian Cellular Award 2008 (note: Indonesia is the world's 3rd largest phone market).
here's the complete list:
1. Best Design Phone : Samsung SGH-U700
2. Best Cameraphone : LG Viewty KU990
3. Best Music Phone : Sony Ericsson W960i
4. Best Entry Level Phone : LG KG195
5. Best Mobile Office Phone : Nokia E90
6. Best TV Phone : Hi-Tech H39
7. Best CDMA Phone : Nokia 6275i
8. Phone of The Year : Nokia N82
9. The Most Trusted Brand : Nokia
I think you mean the i-mobile 902. It's a completely different company, based in Taiwan (I think).
5MP, interpolated to 8MP (pretty useless) CCD sensor, Xenon flash, and more. Basically the god of camera phones.
I don't like it because of the small screen. A 2.7 inch WVGA (480x864) BRAVIA screen is the only thing I will look at now. =]
@dani. Don't you mean i mate ultimate 9502, cause that is one impressive phone. The spec's are great!
does anyone know why sometimes when i charge my phone it displayed optimized charging, but it won't charge.
The battery sign is not moving at all, help.
thats a reliable judge that is
thats from a website that claims the iphone is the smartphone of the year, even though it cant install any 3rd party apps legally
For the ppl who hate this phone and who hate SE:-)
The normal sensor that in present in MOST cameraphones is the CMOS sensor. The reason for this is because CMOS consumes far less power than a CCD, and at the same time the physical size of the CMOS is much smaller and compact to be fit into a mobile phone than a CCD sensor.
That's why they put CMOS instead of CCD, even after neglecting the more expensive price of the CCD.
CMOS itself is used in a lot of digital cameras today and even some DSLRs. CCD sensors are for the more.. professional imaging and photos, used in cases such as digital photography and astronomy (particularly in photometry, sensors, medical fluoroscopy, optical and UV spectroscopy and high speed techniques such as lucky imaging). Basically, it gives much more detail in a picture than a CMOS would.
I'm not too good with all that optics information, but whoever posted it on Wikipedia sure knows their stuff, and you should look at it. ^__^
If you want an example of a CCD sensor in a mobile phone, check out the i-mobile 902. I would have gotten that one if not for the too-sexy SO905iCS. =D
If you want to read up about the i-mobile 902 and its specs.. it's crazy.