Have you seen the Full HD recording quality of the LG 2X? Quite dissapointing. The N8 (720P) outperforms it. Pointless having the hardware if you don't know what to do with it.You missed the LG Optimus 2X. Another dual core monster with an excellent quality screen.
The Motorola Atrix looks awesome with it's docking system that turns it into a portable Linux PC. But Motorola lock down their phones to prevent custom firmware, which makes me want to avoid them.
Yeah, I was just about to post something similar. Wtf - not even a mention of iPhone 5?All of which will be over-shadowed by the unmentioned iPhone 5 (like it or not).
They all suck at HD video compared to the N8 really. Even my SGS that does 720p, the result looks crap and the sound quality is horrendous so I just set it to 480p for the very rare moments when I actually use it.Have you seen the Full HD recording quality of the LG 2X? Quite dissapointing. The N8 (720P) outperforms it. Pointless having the hardware if you don't know what to do with it.
I was a little nervous that I'd made a mistake getting my Samsung Galaxy S, but in hindsight, it was the best decision I could've made at the time. Looking forward to seeing what the S2 brings to the table.Samsung Galaxy S2
This is the company to watch in 2011.
Just no. Symbian is not Nokia's own OS. They might own it now, after all the other partners have pulled out or been buyed out, but they certainly didn't create it. And it's still the most common smartphone OS out there, and has been since the early 2000's. It's about to change soon, but for the time being it still is. In fact, from Wikipedia:Another company that struggled in 2010, Nokia is planning on releasing its E7 early this year. Unlike many of the smartphones coming onto the market, the E7 will run Symbian, Nokia's own operating system, which has struggled to make headway in the market.
On 16 November 2006, the 100 millionth smartphone running the OS was shipped. As of 21 July 2009, more than 250 million devices running Symbian OS had been shipped.
the E7 is ver much like the N8 except it has a 8 megapixel fixed focus camera. Nokia has been trying hard to convince people that this is a new kind of fixed focus camera and that it will not be that bad. I guess we'll have to wait and see the review on GSM Arena. It certainly does look like a very good alternative for the N8.So how does the N8 compare to these phones. I want one so badly but vodacom doesnt have any stock.