Three outstanding phones frome se are coming out in the next month.vivaz,x10and elm.
question about the contacts search capability of the
Satio (since I still don't have the unit and deciding
whether to get one).. if you have long names like
Jay Biden Samley, can you find the contact by
entering any of the 3 words? In the Nokia N82, you
can do that... how about the Satio with a higher
symbian version interface?
it shud be 3.5mm jack to enjoy sounds much beter and 2 use other headphones
why don't you try S603E software like Call
Recorder. I have tried it in the N82. Won't
it run in the Satio? And if it's S605E, why
shouldn't it run?
About poor call quality.. maybe it's just your
Anonymous, 23 Feb 2010hi mate, i upgraded from the n82 to the satio, and let me tell you, you get very use the scree... moreI have upgraded from N82 to satio. After using 1 wk, I downgrade to N82 again. Poor conversation quality, frequently disconnected during call. Some S60V5 programs not supported, such as call recording program. Not enough friendly interface, when compare with Nokia phone. The only GOOD is the Xenon flash with 1.2K MP camer.
andy burgin, 23 Feb 2010if the symbian software is same as the Nokia 5800 why can"t we upgrade the software using... morenotice on the satio specs...you can see they are saying that satio has a sony customized home brewed interface which is apparently differs from any nokia phone on this symbian v5 platform. in a newbie thinking, you can simply say that way, because they are all running on same operating system but logically, updating sony from nokia will never be possible. because they have different engineering on how the o.s. integrates to its advance features i.e., gps, bluetooth, light sensors, camera, lcd properties, memory interface, sound interface and maybe many more. this things are all governed by the cpu and in satio case, satio even have a power vr grafix which you cant find in your nokia device. maybe they have same switching method in terms of processing but the problem is into which particular cpu layer this swithces being handled on both devices. in one word for you to understand, nokia's symbian s60 is just like an empty building the provide for sale and who ever is eager to buy, you will be responsible for your own architecture.
I have never used touchscreen before.. when
you type in the virtual alphanumeric keypad, do
you always have to look at the keys or can you
type without looking at them (by memorizing
the key positions.. possible?)
Nokia hater, 23 Feb 20101. No, but you can download softwares to do that for you.
any idea what is a good software that can
record phone conversations which can also work
for the Nokia N82?
Eddie, 23 Feb 2010how about the sound quality of the satio's loudspeaker?can it's sound quality compare to nokia 5800?I bought a Satio and the loudspeaker is one of the negative parts aswell as the speaker you use when talking...
Just watch the high SAR value of 1.58 W/kg. This is too high compared to many other cell phones under 0.50 W/kg.
Eddie, 23 Feb 2010how about the sound quality of the satio's loudspeaker?can it's sound quality compare to nokia 5800?Loudspeaker is loud enough and has stunning quality. Unlike the 5800 that was loud, but aweful quality.
Anonymous, 01 Jan 19701. No, but you can download softwares to do that for you.
WOW I can’t believe this, Satio cost 470 EUR while the Samsung M8910 Pixon12 cost 570 EUR!!!!!!!!
Samsung people must be kidding me
Any human with 5% of intelligent will know which one to choose
Samsung stick to the cheap low-end phones, your margin of profit is laying there
how about the sound quality of the satio's loudspeaker?can it's sound quality compare to nokia 5800?
kus, 23 Feb 2010Hi, I presently owned the Nokia N82 and thinking of upgrading to the Satio. I use mainly mess... morehi mate, i upgraded from the n82 to the satio, and let me tell you, you get very use the screen. i used to type like a v12 engine on my n82, and after a few days im very use to typing with the satio. its really sensitive and picks up even the slightest touch, especially if focused eg with your nail. but at first its a little hard to get use to, but its worth it :). umm yes and no with the difference between speed, some options require 2 presses, but others are so much more simplified, for example deleting messages, editing them to cut down text, finding a contact and stuff, its all available on shortcut. if you use full qwerty keyboard, scrolling thru message might take a bit but its fast if u just go back and forward eg click done, then scroll down, and then click on the area you want to edit. if you use half qwerty, very very easy as everything is infront of, eg with full qwerty you only see a small box with text as the qwerty takes up all the space, but with half qwerty it only takes up half the screen, leaving around 2 pages of a message free to view, wich makes it very flexible for editing. so yeah, its not so much more laborous as it is just getting use to touchscreen symbian. hope that helps!
if the symbian software is same as the Nokia 5800 why can"t we upgrade the software using the Nokia 5800 software,as Sony ERicsson are not offering to many upgrades to solve there problems,had only one problem uptil now with the Satio,thats downloading music from my laptop to my Satio an it will not play correctly most of the time,then send the same song on my N82 using Bluetooth an it plays o.k,even Sony Ericsson could not solve the problem out,Music player no Equaliser which is odd an no chance of editing songs or if you try to you are not allowed to play the song