Excerpt: En anden mobiltelefon anmeldelse i serien er den Samsung i8510 anmeldelse. Denne telefon er en anden Samsung, som er toppen af markedet, øverste linje, glat, skarp, og klar til brug. Det vejer 140 gram hvilket måske er den største på markedet, men det er stadig ikke skandaløst. Acer er en computer kæmpe for nylig kommet ud på mobiltelefoner produktion og det gør underværker i dette afsnit også.
Excerpt: The i8510 is Samsung’s answer to the Nokia N95 -- a do-it-all phone that’s as mean as it looks. There's an 8-megapixel camera, 8GB of on-board memory, HSDPA and Wi-Fi. What we like Unlike most Samsung phones the i8510 runs on Symbian, so if you’re used to using high-end Nokia phones then it’s an easy switch. There’s no touchscreen but the keypad is easy great for texting and the screen is relatively large.
Summary: Camera phones have always been something of an oddity. It is a vastly popular device amongst many, utilized as a device of convenience to snap and go, and heavily utilized as a blogging tool. Yet, you won't be seeing them as dedicated devices for serious photography. But the divide between a camera phone and a compact digital camera is slowly and surely shrinking, and Samsung's foray into the megapixel race has just gotten on track when they announced their first...
Summary: The Samsung i8510's ring tones were quite loud, although it still fell short of the volume put up by the Nokia N81 and N82. The vibro alert was of average strength, but pretty sharp nonetheless.
I believe touting the i8510's strengths won't be of great use - it's simply THE most functional solution around and it won't give up this title for 4-5 months more, which is a pretty long term these days.
Summary: T he Samsung i8510 INNOV8 is absolutely a gem among the camera phones. The 8.0 Megapixel digital camera takes neat pictures, allowing you to hit the road without taking a regular digital camera with you. The settings can be adjusted to your own preferences, and there are plenty of them. Unfortunately however, activation delay and the shutter delay when capturing a picture are still very much a reality. Furthermore, the cameraphone lacks an optical zoom.