Anonymous, 24 May 2009bands are operator dependent and they get those bands from spectrum alloted by govt, its not i... moreYes you are right about the frequencies, operator dependant.
But if your favorite radio broadcasts on 88.5 MHZ and your car radio cannot receive it because you can't tune on this frequency, you are screwed up.
The same here, if your phone doesn't have 850 MHZ, or 1900, you won't receive 3G.
And besides, I'm totally chilled out, totally cool with your answer.
Anonymous, 26 May 2009Unless Idou won't have 32GB built-in memory, that's one of the N97's advantages.useless internal memory because of the weak CPU ahahhahah thats nokia, going down and down
Anonymous, 26 May 2009Unless Idou won't have 32GB built-in memory, that's one of the N97's advantages.I believe its NOT a huge advantage unless idou has no internal memory at all..
Its because most sane people cant waste more than 8gb...
and if idou will have 16 thats enough...
Anonymous, 26 May 2009is there any advantage of N97 over Idou ?? name just one ?? who needs a qwerty in a 3.5" touch... moreUnless Idou won't have 32GB built-in memory, that's one of the N97's advantages.
To clarify my post below:
There is no chance of that Sagem will be even the slighliest involved in the Idou production.
lol there is too much uninformed people here.
Sagem was going to help SE to produce CHEAP phones even CHEAPER. This deal didn't even include better and never mid-end phones. This deal was also especially targeted at Asia and Africa, so unless you live there (which most of you bashers don't) you won't be affected by this at all. Even if you live there, the chance that you'll get a Sagem phone will be extremly slim, as they will lack GPS etc. (as described below somewhere)
Sagem was going to help SE go gain market share in the low-end segment, a segment where SE has a weak position, as most of their phones are mid-end or better.
yas, 26 May 2009how much it has digital zoom?Sorry, is impossible to know that, wait till 28, and you will see the full specs.
Kal, 26 May 2009Partnership is about sharing of knowledge and expertise. It's about "helping each other". In t... moreEven the name is Japanese, Idou. Believe me the phone is developed by SE Japan! Yeeeee! :)
Kal, 26 May 2009Partnership is about sharing of knowledge and expertise. It's about "helping each other". In t... moreIdou is manufactured by SE Japan, I read this info, I think in engadgetmobile.com, or in unwiredview.com Visit those sites, to read it. Sorry, but I can't remember exactly, but I know is manufactured by SE Japan.
Kal, 26 May 2009Partnership is about sharing of knowledge and expertise. It's about "helping each other". In t... moreIs Sagem, not Segam, and Sagem is weak in mobile phone business, SE is more advanced. Sagem can't make good phones from SE! Sagem never produced phones from SE, and if made, made in 2003, hahhahaa, not in 2009. They are with 5,6 years behind SE! Sagem does not have new smartphones, doesn't have phoens with big screen, doesn't have phones with Wifi(if I know correcty), doesn't have phones with Agps, or GPS, doesn't have phones with DLNA, and doesn't have phones with great camera!!! Sagem don't make phones from SE!!!
Anonymous, 26 May 2009i just dont like mstl comments, he said about sagem as if all se phone is made by sagem..his c... moreI don't like too his comments, he think Sagem is good, but is weak. He is annoying!
Is it really important to talk about d partnership between SE and Sagem here, in Idou section? If that so, let's we move to J series sections for discussing this at the right place it should be talking to.
Better we discussing about the partnership (if there's any) between SE/Sony/Ericsson and Samsung, coz both right now are in the true competition in many variation of business, like home electronic devices such as hdtv, cams, audio players, hd vid players, etc, or telecommunication networks, etc, n especially in cell phones business. An example which I read from prev posts that Samsung supplies lcd screens to Sony, or, since Samsung is the only OLED screens producer (correct me if I misread), surely while SE is planning to produces phones with OLED screens, off course they will ask Samsung 2 supplies. Do not pretend that SE doesnt need to uses OLED/AMOLED screens. Once mstL said that the future is OLED. In this case I think he was right (only this one, the others are b.s). It's also the future of SE.
Kal, 26 May 2009Do you have any source that it will be made by SE Japan? I would like to see that. Till then I... morehey look at this http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sony_Ericsson
"Sony" is no 1 technology in japan and "Ericsson" is no 1 telecommunication service provider from Sweden. :)
anybody say "SE ROOKS"
Anonymous, 26 May 2009kal...pls help me about partnership means.. you said "Partnership is about sharing of knowl... moreNo. If SE has a partnership with Microsoft, Then Microsoft will not let SE know how to make the OS. That's their trade secret. But SE will get to know how to better implement that OS in their phone. If they face any problem, Microsoft might help them sort it out. However, how much knowledge they will share will depend on the partnership agreement. What Microsoft will get out of it? License money and a big name to showcase as partner. hope it helps.