I don't like the camera of this phone.
1) A simple picture of 2 people sitting directly in front of me would appear totally dim or dark when the flash is on. This does not happen when the flash is turned of though. And it happened to me many times so I have decided to keep the flash off.
2) The viewfinder does not move smoothly as other phones like the N73. So when the phone is moved it becomes blur and when you're at the position ready to take the photo, you'll need to hold still for the camera to get into position.
3) I never used a N95 before, and I say that the camera of the N73 satisfies me better than the K850.
@ Sniper Supra
but, r.0.c.k was jus thinkin of a reason as to y he aint postin nemore...
as r.0.c.k said, i think junkyskunky upgraded his k850i firmware and now he is so happy dat he is lost 4 words!
neway, got ne new tips, suggestions, websites 4 us?
SE 4 lyf!
sorry guys about my arabic, but i was said, thats phone is really awssoum i am gann buy it soon. plz forgiveme.
i gues u r rite bout junkyskunky.
neway, SE rulz!
SE 4 lyf!
i actually own both the k850 and n95-3. they are both great devices. i have notices that the sony sometimes can show a little more detail but in general photos with the 95 are more of a pleasure to look at because of the color reproduction. i tend to carry the n95 more often especially on trips (the video quality and gps are nice to have around) but the sony comes out at night for club shots and cause it looks sexy.
on a side note, i remember a day where one could get valid information about devices from people that own these phones. from what i can tell those days are long gone for this forum. all i see are brand fanboys and from what i can tell, only a small fraction of the people posting actually own any of these phones. sorry for the rant.
back to the post, i'm not sure why people keep comparing these devices when they are only similar by camera specs. one is a flagship media phone and another is a flagship smart phone both with 2 different purposes
i agree with you r.O.c.K
all K850i owners are Happy and all SE owners!!
This is how we ROLL.:P
Does any one realise the LCD screen display of this phone is a bit yellowish compare to others phone??
i bought the blue one 3 weeks ago and i would say that the fit and finish of the k850i is a bit down compared to my 8 month old k750i. i protect my fones well but the k850i easily scrapes paint from the corners of the silver painted keypads and from the sharp sides of the fones corners. i think that a recall on this fone should be done... its a flagship fone and it should have the same if not have more durabilty than the previous models it replaces. please hear this sony ericsson. thanks.
free on contract in the uk at o2 stores with 600 ,mins and unlimited texts for only £35 per month
is r0ck right?
is K850 really now better than N82?
SE came through again!!
SE 4 Eva!!
New firmware? are you talking about R1ea031 or a totally new firmware?
new firmware out and its improved 200% camera quality and the speed aswel. very happy with my k850 now. glad i kept it
did anyone heard of SONY ERICSSON H1 ??
got any news about this phone ?
luvin d new fone.
pictures come out ok wit auto settings, but, wit manual settings, they r d best ever!
w800i was/is a legendary fone!
gr8 stereo loudspkr.
@ Sniper Supra
waddup ma bro?
For those who hold N82...please accept the reality due to the k850i capture picture are more clear than N82...CONFIRM AND IT'S TRUE
since i have the compare....doesn't believe please try and see.....
Sony Ericsson W990? I want to believe
Posted by Dusan on Wednesday, March 5th, 2008 at 6:38 am under Rumors, Sony Ericsson, Devices
Tagged: Sony Ericsson in wild, Sony Ericsson leaked, sony ericsson rumors and Sony Ericsson W990
Even though it's highly unlikely this is the real deal, we do want to believe Sony Ericsson is listening to the market and that they'll eventually release something like this. As you can see, the device runs Windows Mobile and has nothing but a huge touchscreen. The brown color is there to sort of prove this may be the work of the Swedish-Japanese handset maker's designers.