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    Default Re: 8 good reasons to love the new Nokia N8

    Cheap screen guys.... Not good as samsung's

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    Default Re: 8 good reasons to love the new Nokia N8

    My love for the N8 and nokia has died...

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    Default Re: 8 good reasons to love the new Nokia N8

    Quote Originally Posted by Bfrenz
    Cheap screen guys.... Not good as samsung's
    Gotta hand it to samsung once again for making the Super AMOLED, i wonder how bad the N8 screen is in comparison to the Super AMOLED.

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    Default Re: 8 good reasons to love the new Nokia N8

    Quote Originally Posted by Bfrenz
    Cheap screen guys.... Not good as samsung's
    there is almost no difference between oled and amoled
    see here
    http://www.samsungblog.co.za/blog/sa...led-and-amoled
    and here
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Active-matrix_OLED
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Organic_LED.

    the screen will be fine

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    Default Re: 8 good reasons to love the new Nokia N8

    Quote Originally Posted by cambofuk
    there is almost no difference between oled and amoled
    see here
    http://www.samsungblog.co.za/blog/sa...led-and-amoled
    and here
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Active-matrix_OLED
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Organic_LED.

    the screen will be fine
    EDIT:

    Reply edited coz in my head i was comparing OLED to Super AMOLED

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    Default Re: 8 good reasons to love the new Nokia N8

    here's 1 good reason why to buy N8... It's made by Nokia...

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    Default Re: 8 good reasons to love the new Nokia N8

    Here's a reason not to buy any nokia: They will release a new OS in a few months and NOT update this one.. Leaving you with a brick piece of **** just like the 5800.
    IMO.

    Better get IPhones and enjoy software support. Putting something together with good hardware is easy...

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    Default Re: 8 good reasons to love the new Nokia N8

    how can you be so sure that Nokia won't update N8 with Symbian^4? I doubt the hardware requirements will grow so much making it impossible to update to it!
    N8 is the start to a new era for Nokia!

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    Default Re: 8 good reasons to love the new Nokia N8

    I am sure because Nokia have never done it before.

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    Default Re: 8 good reasons to love the new Nokia N8

    @Tiger - I'll be quoting myself. N8's requirements are actually not good enough to handle highest tier Symbian OS according to the Symbian webpage.

    Quote Originally Posted by chanchan05
    There is actually a large possibility of Symbian^4 not being available for N8.

    http://developer.symbian.org/wiki/in...e_requirements

    That link has the requirements for Symbian Operating Systems. The Low tier category basing on the info, refers to s60v2, while Mid Tier refers to s60v3 and v5. High Tier devices are divided into two, with the one requiring A8 Cortex exactly corresponding to the Symbian^3. Nokia just used an ARM 11 with 680Mhz since it has better power management features than A8.

    However note that Nokia made a deal with Qualcomm to provide them with Snapdragons, and we see that the highest tier Symbian OS requires SnapDragon hardware at a minimum 720Mhz. This likely refers to Symbian^4.

    Note however that Nokia has said it wants to bring smartphones to the masses, and they currently have the cheapest smartphones. From this, I would expect the low end to lower midrange (currently held by 5800, 5530 and 5230 variants) to be populated by Symbian^3 devices since it has cheaper hardware. The high midrange to high end would be populated by Symbian^4 (currently held by X6 and N97 duo) since Snapdragons are expensive, MeeGo holding the flagship, and sharing high end with Symbian^4.


 
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