Nokia N8 to get a customized Symbian Anna, bringing continuous autofocus and 30fps HD video capture
0. phoneArena 14 Jun 2011, 02:58 posted on
Nokia's camera guru Damian Dinning said that they've been integrating the ability to shoot videos with 30fps and with continuous autofocus in the coding of Symbian Anna specifically for the 12MP shooter in the Nokia N8...
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1. N8 Owner (unregistered)
When they do, i'll cirtaintly be happy. But meanwhile it's been a long ass wait....
3. OsirisRa (Posts: 46; Member since: 17 Dec 2010)
Sweet, good to hear Nokia's finally pushing out current software updates, but Anna needs to come as soon as possible. While the decision over Apple is still fresh in everybodys minds.
5. Leo (unregistered)
What is wrong with the keyboard it is some kind of AZERTY instead of QWERTY hope is just the french version. also the spacing could be thinner Nokia doesn't know how to use space on screen. so much space waist in the menu why do I need to know the battery and network status in the menu and sub menu I would like to have one more line of app icons.come on nokia push it out.
6. ChiX017 (unregistered)
I'm f***ing haPPY!
Finalli! bin waiting 4 dis a long tym!
7. ryq (unregistered)
i will be happy if they release it now!
9. DontHateOnS60 (Posts: 863; Member since: 20 Apr 2009)
As long as there's a setting to disable continuous autofocus, I'm cool with it.
10. Snoop (unregistered)
Finally Nokia has listened carefully to it's customers and rolled out their newer improved version of Symbian aka "Anna". I am a Nokia N8 user and I can say that the camera is good and I am hoping that it'll be better once I get the Anna update. However, the phone is sometimes slow or lagging, if "Anna" can fix this it'll be great.
Nokia has been continuously working on their software, but they have not worked on their phone's hardware in terms of it processor, RAM etc
What new phones require is a faster processor, so that Nokia can add more of the tweaks that it's customers require and still have enough processing power to keep the phone running smoothly.
The question is how long will it be before Nokia works on the hardware of it's phones..
11. v (unregistered)
good... but they will have to work on the hardware part too... like software there should be hard ware upgrades... the n8 touch is very sensitive that even if it falls once it breaks... otherwise software part is cool... hope this new updates wil clear the occasional hanging. i heard the maps were upgraded... why was that not shown? i also heard its got 5 home screens?
12. orikk (unregistered)
n8 + n9 = it may be great smartphone