How about punctuation? ;)
I don't care about the features that KEEP YOU ATTACHED TO A WALL. Those are the features within the N95, and it means, I want a no-nonsense phone. N95 is too square for no reason but the form of the phone just goes around their chipsets within, and it's a very very shady slider profile, so I'm going to stay away from it, because the phone is like a cm while the slider is like 1-2mm. Also, all the changes and even the initial design was not sufficiently ergonomic. With what Nokia displayed, it was a very unearthly decision, meaning that it's like OH THE N95, IT'S A GOOD DESIGN, AND HAS GOOD FEATURES, LET'S PUT IT OUT ON THE MARKET NOW! While SE is still taking their time in doing only the things that they can hold in one hand. I mean, if you have a handful of something, and then more, why would you want it in the first place. If it's too much, don't take it. Which means Nokia took on a big project, but failed, though had a good effort on their part. That effort is now what we see as the N95. That phone with many holes in it which makes it even more transparent then swiss cheese. Somehow, every one of their units are faulty whether it's the software or the hardware, or even it's accessories, and I'm not saying SE doesn't deliver faulty phones, but atleast, their problems are usually with a one in 25 boxes of phones kind of thing where the screen is a bit off, or the slider spring kinda got loose off it's bed. It's more errors that are expected/prone to happen, rather then things that could've been revised upon, changed and then improved. That's what Nokia has to do, first take a step back, then build their way back up to the top, if they're so intent on being there.
A fingerprint magnet means,that it easylly catches you fingerprints when you touch the body of the phone!;)
It means it can easily get a lot of fingerprints on the outside. It's a "magnet" for fingerprints.
Fingerprint magnet means that your fingerprints will inmediatly mark the surface of the phone as soon as you touch it, cuz it sux
finger print magnet, meaning, because of its glassy look, marks will be visibly seen on the body of the phone, nonetheless, this phone gives you great features! its not a big deal, i'll just wipe it more often, it doesn't matter, i love this phone!
Hi...Does anyone know what is the FINGER-PRINT-MAGNET in the k850 ???i dont really under stand !!!!!
and then wats ur purpose to buy dis expensive fone if u dont care d features?i think dis fon is about $600.u will buy dis fon bcoz of d music?Camera?Video?damn u.n95 is very expensive bcoz of d features.people buy very expensive fone bcoz of d features lol.
ders no difference bet k800i and k850.only 5meg and d video.d sounds?not good like k800i.and i think k800i is better cam dan dis fon.look at d sample picture of k850.very terible.im going to be practical.id rather buy k800i or k810i dan dis.
Yes you are spot ON...
sony is A class... nokia is no class...
so how can they compete.
the best camera phone from SE yet, but wait to come for the samsung 10mpx (model will be revealed later). i thought this phone offers also dvb-h application. i've check on www.dvb-h.com that k850 offers this kind of application. or SE are not planning to to have a dvb-h phone, if they have, they might be the best with the best pic and tv screen, well SONY.
i think there's noting bad for this Phone...
but the D pad n the touch screen will it be ok?
I hope this phone will not be glancy.
Phone companies please don't make any more glancy phones, they fet very smeared and smudged with fingerprints very quickly.
MATT people PLEASE.
DUDE, STEREO-WIDENING IS ANOTHER WORD FOR ACOUSTIC EQULIZATION. JUST DO IT YOURSELF!
Anyway, you're right, N95 is the best Nokia out there, but the SonyEricsson doesn't need 3.5 jacks when they've got great headphones already. If you wanted to use your own, you can connect them to the 3.5mm jack on the mic handsfree extension, which is actually made out of gold UNLIKE the N95, which I've repeatedly seen is silver (LOWER QUALITY). btw, no other company other then Bose or Shure can play music better then Sony or SonyEricsson, sorry for the reality check.
No dedicated music buttons like the marked D-pads from the various W series because this is the K series, the Kamera series. Though when in media mode, I think the D-pad will be sufficient enough.
The reason why K850 is cheaper, is cause it's HALF the weight, HALF the size.
Don't say things that don't make sense, aiite? This phone here is like the N95, sans the shitty slider, TV-out, GPS and 3.5mm jack. Who needs that? That's for like, people who want everything in their pocket, AT HOME.
I travel, so I need all of that in my pocket READY TO GO. I don't want to plug into a TV or stereo. But if I need to, SE gives me a choice to do so with another optional wire. Not something I HAVE to carry around within a phone that imitates a brick, horribly.
We all see that too, thanks for the update. And of course it's not going to be that expensive, I mean look at it's size.
N95 does have comfortable features, BUT LOOK, SO DOES THE K850!!
And it doesn't need all that crap within that big size. Y'know why it only weighs 120? Cause of it's plastic. Have you looked and read at the pictures and review of the K850. That's fcking glass on the back of it. That's a good 10-15 more there. I'm comfortable not connecting to much, I don't want a TV-out, because I'm already watching the screen, and I want to watch it for a long time so the K850 has enough battery for me. I want to multitask quickly without having to miss the moment cause my phone is slow or fcking freezes, and I'll want to play my music loud, WITH QUALITY, not something that's blaring out of a brick.
I don't personally hate Nokia or N95, it's just, that's my comparatives to one another. Compared to the K850, N95 looks like a brick, with the types of material contrasted along with the knowledge of their sizes, if they were made the same, either K850 with Nokia's plastic, or N95 solving their lens cover with more glass, K850 would still be better in terms of weight. Within size and design, the N95 is thicker, and it's very square form puts it in the dumps along with it's slider. All the opposing reviews that have ever been made to put up the K850 and the N95 have always been about quality, rather then useability. How about using one phone for a month or two, and using the other for the next month or two. See which one is MORE bondable/BETTER to use.
Anyway, you Nokia fans are here anyway, BECAUSE you have nothing else to say about the N95, and all the Nokia lovers that are turning their heads away from the N95 because of it's experienced flaws and quality are pestering you enough to place it upon us SE users. That and you know, once K850 comes out, you guys think it's a direct 'opponent' to your N95.
Well guess what guys, you have no opponent. There is no one in the division of N95 to compete with you, because SE will always be competing alone, against it's past and future self. Their quality alone makes them have their own division, and until I see Nokia using better materials, ergonomic and practical uses/sizes/NEW designs, then I deem the N95, in it's own race, alone to please the N95 users they've already let down. If they can't get rid of the flaws on their features and services, why have them in the phone in the first place? SE has these features, and don't want to bend your wallet by placing features that they've already tested with the unit and decided that they should rather put a GPS into a handsfree headset, a TV out cable to connect with the unit that is preprogrammed to broadcast, and completely forget about Wi-Fi in their products that are compact BECAUSE they're suppose to be used on the go, which is why 3.5G was developed in the first place. So Nokia-fans, you guys can also try to be on the fly while being connected to a TV, and have a long wire for your noise-cancelling earcups, while watching out for dust on your camera and breaking your slider while hoping your phone doesn't freeze when you multitask up to four things while you guys are trying to find your way around. I'd rather just listen to my music, use google maps on the 3.5G internet browser to find my way around, or have preloaded maps on my handsfree headset while I watch movies. No need to worry that the K850's own design will break itself, nor will it freeze, or carry around a TV-out port WHEN I DON'T NEED IT.
nokia makes cappy fones that break and peel if u want a gps buy one for ur car not walk around with one in your hands ... sony fones r good qulity as always ..
okay so every1 is sayin'that n95 is by far more superior when it comes to features so what I want to know is, besides the integrated gps, why is the n95 better feature-wise?