Another prowess that these Symbian^3 devices possesses is the support for wide range of video codecs. The most common and widely used today are Sorenson Spark, and the Xvid and DivX codecs which are under on MPEG-4 video and audio compression method. We would see these type codecs mostly from our P2P files like movies and on social site like YouTube. Of course, the benefits of this feature are very essential to every user.
The first freedom that you will have is the freedom from conversion. It means that you don’t need to convert videos as your smartphone’s player will be able to play it.
The second thing that you’ll love is skipping your app-hunting session. So, forget those player that you think that you will need on playing your movies.
If we would consider the bonus point then it is on the flash support both in browser and player. Viewing youtube videos on mobile web is very convenient but when you got to desktop version it’s quite laggy. But of course, media player supports flash videos that you downloaded from these kinds of social sites.
Nokia N8, Nokia C7, Nokia C6-01, Nokia E7 Video Playback Formats:
3GPP formats (H.263), Flash Video, H.264/AVC, MPEG-4, RealVideo 10, Sorenson Spark, VC-1, VP6, WMV 9
Nokia N8, Nokia C7, Nokia C6-01, Nokia E7 Audio Formats:
AAC, AMR-NB, AMR-WB, eAAC, eAAC+, EFR, FR, MIDI, MIDI Tones (poly 64), Mobile XMF, MP3, SP-MIDI, True tones, WAV, WMA
Nokia N8, Nokia C7, Nokia C6-01, Nokia E7 Flash Technology:
Flash Lite 4.0
Listed specifications that were posted here can be found Nokia Forum page.
Does your phone play movies too? Not, eh?
Lists of Symbian^3 devices (currently) :
Nokia N8, complete multimedia mobile computer
Nokia E7, business in your pocket
Nokia C7, style for trendsetter
Nokia C6-01, sleek and smart for everybody