Ok – so a few of us N95 users at Refresh Mobile have noticed a thing called ‘Network Throttling’.
Basically, when browsing the mobile internet your operator chooses what kind of kb per image you can download.. This is usually a low number.. So that when you first get to a webpage, more often than not, the pictures on said site are usually grainy and horrible..
Now, this wouldn’t normally matter on a small-screened phone – but on the N95, it is VERY noticable indeed!
Ok.. The example I’m going to use is when I was chatting away on Jaiku earlier on today and my friend Chibbigirl uploaded a link to her m.flickr account.. (i’d tell you what it was – but you’re about to see it anyway!).
So, said link appears in my (fantastic) Jaiku client, I click it to go through and see the pic..
And what do I see?
A grainy rubbishly loaded version. Grr!
However, a simple ‘reload page’ fixes this issue..
Which is fine..
Until you realise you have to double load EVERY PAGE YOU GO TO!
See below for before & after shots…
Do you see what I mean?!
And following up on Adonis’ comment:
Dude! I’ve got auto-reload on already and I still get this problem!