Thank you Sue.I'm contemplating this phone now... I want another iphone but am seriously uncertain about the next one. its probably a 4S for me, from the second hand market. or the Nokia 808. I'm loving the shots, Lili. Tell me, is there a reading app for this phone? I have a bazillion ebooks which I read on the iphone in Stanza, but I could be persuaded to switch. Not if there isnt a decent app though.
Its a temptation, for sure. I looked last night at some specs and cant quite work out the memory. Is it 16GB internal for storage?Thank you Sue.
IMHO camera aside this is one of the best phones I have used.
Superb battery life
the FP1 version of the native browser is very useable!
The size and weight are really perfect, it feels like premium device...
As to apps...
There are several reader apps, the newest and best is said to be Ionic
Ionic E-Book Reader
I will dl and test it out.
ROFL! You know me too well and that battery life is phenomenal in these smart phone days...Sue it has 16 gb built in memory, i also have a 32gb card installed. With Nokia Belle you can choose where anything is downloaded or installed to be it internal or external volume.
As to batery life I use mine very heavily and after 16 hours or so it has like 51% left.
Join us Sue, you know you want to...
Actually, I think we are already there. Most people already use their cell phones in leau of a point and shoot dedicated camera. IMHO the Nokia raises the bar so as to threaten serious/enthusiast compacts.It's clear to me that we are very close to requiring two cameras at most: A camera like the Nokia 808 for general use and one other specialized camera for enthusiast use. Most of the general public will need nothing more than the Nokia or its eventual competitors. It's a brave new world, indeed.
Biro i quite agree with you about the htc one s. Were it to have a shutter button i would be more happy with its camera. The on screen button makes ot very hard to hold still and get a clean shot!Absolutely. I just bought my HTC One S a few months ago (which has a decent 8mp camera in it, by the way - I'd say it and the iPhone are the "best of the rest" after the Nokia). But, at the end of my two-year contract, I may very well have the Nokia or whatever supercedes it in 24 months. Between now and then, I'll need to make some decisions on what to keep: My micro four-thirds kit or my Pentax APS-C kit. Perhaps neither. I'd still like a Fuji X100 or maybe a Sony NEX-7 before it's all over, though.