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16-07-2002, 05:18 PM
with all the new programs out for the 7650 do u think there will be enough memory to take it all as i would like all of them but then thats just me :cry:

16-07-2002, 05:32 PM
That's why I'm waiting for the ground breaking SonyEricsson P800.

16-07-2002, 06:01 PM
My 7650 started warning about memory running out after one day's use, so there's no way I'd say there's enough memory.

My phone's memory status looks like this (translated from Finnish into English, so don't be surprised if these aren't the correct explanations):

Memory (in kilobytes)
5 KB Calandar
58 KB Address Book
337 KB Documents
580 KB Messages
778 KB Images
0 KB Sound Files
74 KB Applications
3258 KB Used Memory
834 KB Free Memory

I think this memory issue depends on how you want to use 7650. If you use it as a phone with a camera and a few add-on applications, the memory should be fine. If you use it as a "Communicator Light", your 7650 will run out of memory quite fast.

It would have been nice to see the Nokia 7650 with a smart card or some otther memory add-on. I think many users would be more than willing to pay the price asked for it. Maybe we'll see a 7650i model sometime in the future with a larger and extendable memory. ;-)

But don't get me wrong: I love the Nokia 7650 and I can cope with this memory issue by limiting programs to those that I REALLY need. There might not be very much room for images which means tough luck for operators counting on MMS business. :)


16-07-2002, 07:57 PM
thanks that answerred my questions

17-07-2002, 05:43 AM
hii ebo

i think it's a bit strange b cos the total used memory suppossed tobe 1832 mb not 3258mb

and i think the nokia 7650 just shared 3,6mb not 4 mb ?????

17-07-2002, 11:16 AM
i think it's a bit strange b cos the total used memory suppossed tobe 1832 mb not 3258mb

Where did you get that 1,832 MB?

"3,6 MB dynamic memory".is mentioned in technical specifications of the 7650 ( ).

I understand this so that 3,6 MB is dynamic and can be freely used for pictures, applications et cetera, and the rest is reserved by the phone itself.