I8510 over the air updating

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In conclusion, Samsung's Innov8 will be a tough competitor for any of the new high-end mobile phones that came out until now or will come out from now on.Sure, the i8510 does not have a touch-enabled display, but besides this "drawback" the smartphone is inferior to no touchscreen device (theoretically at least).This will probably appear in a few days as the application has the ability to updates the services it uses over the air using the Update function in the Options menu.The older versions of Nokia Search remain available for other handsets.The new Samsung runs on Symbian S60 3rd Edition, being the first S60 smartphone to pack an 8 Megapixel camera.Samsung i8510 Innov8 also comes with quad-band GSM connectivity (850 / 900 / 1800 / 1900 MHz) plus dual-band HSDPA connectivity (900 / 2100 MHz).The Internet Search remains a key feature, local search is also supported in select markets.Rather annoyingly I lost my local search provider when I updated the software.

The i8510 brings the following features: a 2.8 inch TFT display with 16 million colors and 240 x 320 pixels (pretty much like the display of Nokia N95 8GB), an 8 Megapixel camera with auto focus, image stabilizer, face detection, flash, geotagging and video recording (QVGA at 120fps or VGA at 30fps), internal GPS, Wi-Fi, accelerometer, TV out, Div X compatibility, Bluetooth 2.0 with A2DP, Music and Video players, Web browser, email, pre-installed 3D games (Asphalt and FIFA 08), micro SD card slot (to expand the 8GB/16GB built-in memory) and a 1200 m Ah battery - all in a slider case that, when closed, measures 106.5 x 53.9 x 16.9 millimeters (4.19 x 2.12 x 0.66 inches).In the Contacts application, for example, the search is by first name / last name, but Nokia Search searches across more fields (though in my tests I found it seems to only index one phone number per contact - the most recently entered).Also worth noting is that Nokia Search only indexes full words, thus to search for 0800123456 you would need enter '080012', '123456' would not work (this is really only an issue with number searches).The in-device search not allows you to search through various categories of data.Categories include: Music, Contacts, Calendar, Messages, Email messages, Bookmarks, Images, Videos, Landmarks, Applications and Notes.

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