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Postby Z-Mario » 31 Oct 2008, 03:02


I agree withasterolykos, I don't like that extra long screen, it makes the phone look ugly and really long, I like hi res stuff but I don't really like wide screens, I like to be able to actually watch something at a fixed point without having to move my eyes every time something appears on the other edge of the screen, not because I want to see that something with more details, but because I can't see it at all :?.


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Postby abubasim » 31 Oct 2008, 03:44


Another one of Sharp's interesting products that looks to be a Symbian is their SH-01A (8 MP CCD camera with 28mm wide angle lens). The FCC filing for it is here. Why I think it's a Symbian phone? Open the DoC of Bluetooth Compliance and read the first bullet, immediately under the patent numbers:
Bluetooth software stack of this product is developed by TOSHIBA
CORPORATION, and contains Toshiba Embedded Bluetooth Stack
for Symbian
with the copyright of TOSHIBA CORPORATION.
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Postby anupame1 » 31 Oct 2008, 03:58


the display looks nice but width is not enough, and there is no mention about capacity of the battery

imo to support a display like that at least 1500ma battery would be needed (like e90)
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Postby maisics » 31 Oct 2008, 05:59


http://www.nvidia.com/page/handheld.html

that a chip i would like in a nokia symbian, imagine the possibilities
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Postby Apocalypso » 31 Oct 2008, 07:00


maisics wrote:that a chip i would like in a nokia symbian, imagine the possibilities

I wrote about several moths ago ;)

http://www.symbian-freak.com/news/008/0 ... essors.htm
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Postby Apocalypso » 31 Oct 2008, 07:07


By the way, Sharp always has the best screens on their mobiles phones, I tried their dummy phone resolution 'compressed' on the ~2? screen several years ago! Yes, they had VGA phone with amazing pixel density few years back but we still have to strain our eyes with QVGA products from Nokia!
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Postby Georgije » 31 Oct 2008, 08:52


what kind of OS has this phone got?


and i agree Apocalypso, Sharp has always had the best displays, i remember a LOOONG time ago when were selling their first 240x320 phone, i was wondering why anybody needed that resolution in a phone since you couldn't see the pixels. at the time i was using a SE T610 with 128x160 which was considered pretty high end (because it had a camera and bluetooth :P)
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Postby Bytales » 31 Oct 2008, 10:34


:shock: :shock: :shock: :shock: :shock:

Holy Sh** ! That's what i call a screen !
A good screen need to have the follosing parameters if a phone is without qwerty.
As big diagonal as possible, to make good use of on screen keyboard.
And big rezolution to make good use of the screen.

A revolution is coming amoung mobile devices. In a few years, everything will be touched based. This way we will have endless keys possibilities.
Gene Rodenberry was a smart man when he imagine star trek in which every console is a screen with touch capabilities back in 1980s or so when the Picard star trek was launched, the NExt Generation.

Prepare to say goodby to buttons in a few years. I may not like it, but it's the logical step forward !
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Postby Nokia 5700 » 31 Oct 2008, 15:25


A bit too big phone they showed?
Having that size would be easy for thieves to steel from pockets..
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Postby sidik » 31 Oct 2008, 19:17


meeeennn thats ugly xD
thats not a phone thats a rock a MOUNtain xD
sorry im german i cant speak english well
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