For those interested, this (very nice) phone will be available ~first quarter 2004 and feature:Clown said:My mum's boss gave her a phone that aint even out in the shops yet ... Nokia 6820
I really didn't rate the camera on the T610, seemed really slow and only captured the image a second or so after pressing the button... but I got mine pretty early so it might have been dodgy firmwareBodhi said:Finally got fed up with Nokia after my 6310i started dropping calls then crashing - only way to fix it was to chuck it on the floor - so I bought a SonyEricsson T610 and I've been chuffed to bits with it. I've yet to see a phone that takes better pictures (except in low light conditions), its nice and small and the UI makes so much more sense than the Nokia one.
T610 = teh w1nn0r.
I'll try and upload some, but to be honest, I wasn't too impressed either. Firstly, the resolution is a step down after the Nokia 7650's (interpolated) 640x480, but that's fair enough I suppose. However, more than that, the pictures themselves seemed 'grainy' and somewhat disappointing. Still, with a bit of editing I guess such things can be improved. Of the two, however, I prefer Nokia's camera. Below is a shot taken in the Natural History Museum, London, on my 7650 (sorry about the file size) ...Xavier said:Has anyone got any recent shots from their T610 to have a peek at?
Panasonic and Sharp included it as standard on both their clamshell photo phones, even the XDA-II has one if I remember rightly...Jonty said:Edit ~ One thing I do like about the T610, however, is the little mirror button you can attach to the back of the phone. This helps you to frame your shot even when the screen/viewfinder is facing away from you - very simple but very clever
Shovel said:Ericsson T68 here (+ T68i firmware). Does me find, though the user interface could be a lot better, the depth of the menus is insane sometimes. The work around, the shortcuts menu, has in turn the most poorly designed configuration in the history of anything*.
I'm after a PDA phone really, but can't afford one. It'll have to wait until my sandwich year to earn for it I think.
*Apart from text based Linux installs, possibly.
mmmmmm sandwiches. anyway, i hate my t68i. cant wait to get rid of the thing, and i have no idea what i want to upgrade to.Shovel said:I'm after a PDA phone really, but can't afford one. It'll have to wait until my sandwich year to earn for it I think.
Not quite, as now when it gets behind it can display an entire block to catch up (so it won't chug along displaying one character at a time).Xavier said:is the T9 input as sucky and laggy as it was on the T68?