both n95 n k850 is good, but likewise both sometimes are hate by their fans as well.
yep its definetely gonna be cheaper the n95.according to gsmarena the price will roughly be ard 430 EUR which is abt 532 USD and abt 885 SGD.and the n95 was abt 1200 SGD wen it first came out.SE always makes their prices more reasonable than nokia.
WTF?!! GSM arena y do u guys hate SE so much , a dew days ago the SONYERICSSON logo on the left was 3rd place now it is the 4th WTF?!?! Guys come on
SE K850 has a 2.2 inch display while the W910 has a larger 2.4 inch. The flagship W series phone W960 has a huge 2.6 inch display. So SE is improving a lot.
one thing is interesting this BOOBTUBE is just talking about 16 million color screen. As if his cell phone is the only1 with a 16 million color. whats more is that even GSMarena says that k850 has a great display
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i dont know why SE phones have so small screen size ? compare to N95 or Windows mobile ? If this phone having so much functions then it should have big screen. If you will put this phone with any other previous models, it looks 95% similar in every dimensions then wht is the use to spend so much money ? cant see movies properly!! again that boring icons & same user interface i mean display. very boring ...we need some thing new in looks! same icons same style..boring small screen size....no use!!
wow.... quite of a review my friend... Keep it up dude... i think most se lovers feel the same way...
W960 was never a touchsensitive phone.
It's a phone that was suppose to be used with a stylus, but now there isn't a thick protection between the screen and stylus like the W950, you can use your finger.
N95 can't go up to 8GB yet, since there is no MicroSD in mainstream market. Don't come in here and advertise your N95. Why? Because the battery life, the feel and the way a Nokia is, will never compare up to a SonyEricsson.
That and most N95s are pretty sketchy. A few of my friends just got the phone, and 1/5 of them were able to use the video calling 3.5G service here while the other four were insolent to the signal.
lol, now all you can just say is 'Nokia is number one'. Doesn't look like you have much confidence after I proved you wrong. Like I said earlier, a Nokia will never compare up to a SonyEricsson. When you put down or pick up a SE, you feel the solidness of it. When you're using the small peice of technology which works faster then something that's bigger, less solid, lower in material quality and packed with ONLY a few more features, you feel superior. N95 might've given you that now, given that you HAVE it, but it's only laid the grounds for the K850 to rise upon.
Though I'll say this, I myself as a cellphone user have different needs;
-LED or Flash
-long battery life
-A2DP & AVRCP bluetooth
-simple media player
-multitasking functionality (being able to listen to music while transferring something to a friend by bluetooth while surfing the internet)
-be quick and easy to use/access when pulled out
N95 for me does not meet most of those things that I need, so it is insolent to what the K850 is. But I can't say I'm completely for it either, seeing the menu interface slightly dissuaded me from having my money set on it. I think I'll just wait for something like a K860.
i'm comparing this phone with the W960i :
- K850i doesn't have touch screen.
- K850i doesn't have WLAN
- W960i has 8 GB memory.
- K850i has 5 MP camera....WOW
- K850i works with 3.6 MB 3G networks
so, actually it's hard to select one of these great mobiles...
16million colour scree phones is the way foward in mobile phone technology and is leaps ahead of 262k, so bashing other brands is rather PATHETIC and CHILDISH in my view
In english please?
And I'm sure it ran 4-5 days, WITH SUCH A LACK OF FEATURES TO USE.
The W810 can go easily over a week with a few calls (5-10 minutes) a day, and using it's camera to take a few snaps, about one or two per day as needed. If we're comparing SE to Nokia, then the SE is better because back then, Memory Stick Pro Duo was a popular storage media and the phone is quad-band, meaning it's more versatile in the world. The phone is also small too, which is a plus.
Also, you mentioned a specific firmware version, which only means Nokia's quality is either very average, or below, because their batteries really lose a lot of juice when used. What does that have to do with what I'm saying? The fact is that since it has to be firmware version 5.00, you have to upgrade it if it's an older version, or if it's a later version, perhaps downgrade it. Very troublesome, a phone should be ready to use with a high quality battery straight out of the box.
To me, 16m colors and 256k colors do make a difference. I see other Nokia and etc. phones with 16m color screens, and they're really bright and vibrant. Ok, that's nice and all, but so what? Those screens also have the camera contort their color saturation to make a picture unrealistic. Sorry, but I don't want a phone with a funky camera when there's a much better alternative right here, which is more solid, perhaps lighter if the plastic feel of the N95 like many have described also does not include it feeling very unreliable in weight, and as well I trust Sony, being that I have a whole home theatre system from them, laptop, headphones, headset, mp3 player, PS3, clock, camera. Where is Nokia with their digital device experience? Sure, you've got to give it to them for being in the cellphone running since the near beginning, but even Motorola beat them to it.
With that aside, we want newer and depended upon technology into the smallest compact form there is. Nokia doesn't sufficiently do that, but yet Sony can.
I still believe though, with such a specification from both companies, they both could've made their phones smaller by a few millimeters anywhere. That and Samsung/Motorola can become just a bit fatter and less wider to have better phones, but then again, that's what makes them unique. If every phone became the same form, anything outside of the norm would probably be either defined as ugly, or designer.
i wonder how many of u DIE HARD sony ericsson fans will b saying BATTERY'S S--K when sony ericsson start making phones with 16MILLION colour screens, NOT alot i guess!
Actually u'll b quite suprised how long the battery lasts of 6300 with firmware revision v5.00, remember it has a 16million colour screen n mine last me a good 4-5 days, so saying 16million screens eats up the batterys u are all puite WRONG!!
The only SonyEricsson compatible GPS 'add-on' is the gps headset, which you may expect with this handset, but then again, you can equally expect an HBH-DS980 coming along with this phone too. Not so realistic.
actually 16million colors is useless.,why?only half of the 16million colors are recognized by human eyes.,256k is enough.,and 256k saves battery., no wonder why all nokia with 16m colors battery sucks
Apparently SE may be shipping this device with a seperate GPS receiver, i assume via a bluetooth connection, just maybe. Bit close to release date to still be thinking about it in my opinion.
I guess this is to help it compete with n95, but to be honist i think they are two seperate handsets, for two different people