Evolução do Nokia 6600 ao N95

Hoje eu lí um interessante post no blog All About Symbian sobre a evolução dos celulares da Nokia 6600 até o N95,. Por coincidência o 6600 foi o meu primeiro celular com Symbian e o N95 é o meu aparelho atual.

Muito legal ver a evolução da configurações dos aparelhos!

Data speeds

6600 – (Class 6) GPRS, up to 36kbps

N95 – 3.5G, up to (an astonishing) 14.4Mbps, five hundred times faster, plus Wi-Fi, of course

Camera 

6600 – VGA, 0.3 megapixels, no flash or focus

N95 – 5.0 megapixels, flash and auto-focus, over 15 times the resolution, with vastly better image quality

Video camera

6600 – MMS-quality, 176 by 144 pixel frames at 15fps

N95 – VGA (640 by 480) pixel frames at up to 30fps, around 20 times the perceived quality

Music/audio

6600 – Mono output, single ear piece, playback of music through Gallery

N95 – Stereo output via standard 3.5mm headphones, high quality, dedicated Music player with (sometimes) cover art, plus Music store client, Podcasting, etc.

Featured applications   

6600 – Services WAP browser

N95 – Full Web browser, Nokia Maps, Mobile Search, Share online, Quickoffice (viewers only by default though), Barcode scanner, Zip manager, Video editor

Speed 

6600 – Quick for basic tasks only, also with very limited RAM, around 9MB free after booting

N95 – Fast, more general purpose computing power, with demand paging (v20 firmware onwards), around 28MB of RAM free after booting

GPS

6600 – Don’t be silly. Bluetooth to external unit if you were lucky.

N95 – Built-in low power GPS, fast lock-on (v12 firmware onwards)

Expansion  

6600 – MMC, typically 512MB max for most people

N95 – microSD,typically 8GB max for most people

Como utilizei os dois aparelhos posso dizer que apesar do abismo tecnológico que separa os dois aparelhos ainda tenho saudade da construção do Nokia 6600 que era muito mais robusta e aguentou várias quedas sem nenhum dano e a duração da bateria, que era excelente!

Fonte: All About Symbian.

2 Comments

  1. Cristiano Benicio 22/01/2008
  2. Jobson 23/01/2008

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