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> In reply to Bluto @ 2013-09-11 16:37 from t}R0 - click to readmaybe a fm transmitter in the"other half"

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  • 2013-09-13 06:02
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Hope all this specifications mentioned in this site are true about this phone. One thing i want in it is FM transmitter. I like this phone, it's new design and the Sailfish OS which is just too good. One way Jolla can get more market share is by staying away from NSA and make games/apps sandboxed so the apps wouldn't request Internet connection to send private data and won't suck bandwidth. Hope future Jolla phones have better cameras, internals and good apps that aren't malwares. I don't know what Maps they will use. Maybe Jolla can license Here Maps..

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  • 2013-09-11 16:37
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can't wait for this phone. i already pre-ordered it. i think it will be a big hit. won't sell a lot though. it will be the ferrari of cellphones just like what Forbes magazine said.

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  • 2013-09-09 18:54
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New HW prototype is out...
See pics here: http://jolla.com/press/

:)

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  • 2013-09-08 22:46
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> In reply to Anonymous @ 2013-09-06 18:57 from gxJZ - click to readI Just have to comment on that.. Well you are wrong, Nokia will stick around for who knows how long, but not necessarily as a consumer product company. Ms - Nokia acquisition..

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  • 2013-09-07 07:49
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> In reply to Anonymous @ 2013-09-06 18:57 from gxJZ - click to readI Just have to comment on that.. Well you are wrong, Nokia will stick around for who knows how long, but not necessarily as a consumer product company. Ms - Nokia acquisition..

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  • 2013-09-07 07:24
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> In reply to Aadrian @ 2013-09-06 14:34 from 0wxc - click to readwhat I heard end of 2013 for preorders,first batch sold out,Nokia is no moore in 2014..

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  • 2013-09-06 18:57
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> In reply to Anonymous @ 2013-09-05 10:26 from JHIV - click to readWhen do you get the phone? It's quiet around Jolla lately.
I hope in 2016 Nokia + Jolla = succes.

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  • 2013-09-06 14:34
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Hope this will sell well when Nokia now is in the hands of MS,already ordered one

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  • 2013-09-05 10:26
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> In reply to Digenis @ 2013-08-26 23:30 from 0TtX - click to readour biggest mistake... buy the n900.. :p

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  • 2013-09-04 04:35
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I want stylus or working pen for smartphone, please!

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  • 2013-09-03 08:13
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any phone with xenon ? any phone with hard keyb ? in 4.0 inch ? with stereo speaker ? and no cloud software but only in pc the sms and the contacs and the mms ? thanks....

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  • 2013-08-26 23:30
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> In reply to Anonymous @ 2013-08-05 14:01 from nmPZ - click to readJolla have on main screen "message/info hub" where all of them are mentioned. I suppose that if Jolla will have any LED then considering this is Linux it will be possible to program it to blink in case of event like missed message. In preproduction prototypes I haven't noticed LED (however I was not looking for, to be honest) and Sailfish has bars for indicting rang=power of radio transmission. But when it has locked screen it can display notifications about event like Facebook/whatzup/mail/SMS/MMS messages. Perhaps it can realise that even without blinking LED it informs you about what you want, and in better way.

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  • 2013-08-15 17:19
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> In reply to Anonymous @ 2013-08-10 20:04 from t1$A - click to readSee u in 2014 :)

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  • 2013-08-15 01:12
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> In reply to Ali Rashid5 @ 2013-08-09 04:00 from 6pLx - click to readYou know what? There's almost all the Sailfish OS based Jolla phones are sold out and this phone is in heavy testing. You'll see by 2014 how soon this OS will reach the masses.

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  • 2013-08-10 20:04
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> In reply to Anonymous @ 2013-08-05 11:49 from t1$A - click to readWooohooo. I love the details, cute story bro. Android haters are free to buy apple. Aint that secure enough? And apps are plenty. Multi tasking u say? I'll see what happens to jolla after 1 or 2 years. Im here.

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  • 2013-08-09 04:00
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> In reply to Anonymous @ 2013-08-05 14:01 from nmPZ - click to readNo and yes ;) In presentations of Jolla mobile (not N9 or N900) I haven't noticed anything like this. Anyway there is cover of "second half" which can be equipped with hardware working like this. On photos in the net there were nothing like this.

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  • 2013-08-05 16:42
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Will there be some kind of notification light on the device? Like on the old Nokia phones, a breathing light that notifies events like missed calls and smses? That would be really great.

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  • 2013-08-05 14:01
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> In reply to Ali Rashid5 @ 2013-08-04 19:36 from HBD0 - click to readI have had Samsung Galaxy Y, HTC One X+, SE Xperia Play, Samsung Galaxy Note II and Samsung Galaxy S4. Without exception all of them had heating, lagging and battery issues due to which i had to sell them, but the lag was more prominent on Samsung Galaxy phones because of Touchwiz UI, which is unstable and lags in basic applications such as gallery, contacts, dialer and camera. A lag is a freeze in the OS and i think you're immune to it if you can't see it. Android has lot of apps but if you look around the net, Android apps are often buggy and some of them do not work the way they promise to (read virus prone). That's the problem on android - every Tom or Harry with a PC can create an app or a virus and make it look legit and Google doesn't review applications manually and developers gets their apps live within an hour of submission and processing. There's always a lot of apps running in the background in Android OS (though you can close them but then again those apps gets restarted). It's really battery draining. Some permissions asked by Android applications are ridiculous, especially by free applications. Why an application request permissions such as read phone state and identity, send SMS without your consent, etc.? The answer is simple. The apps are selling your private informations which are stored on your device. Google is giving you free applications in exchange for your personal information stored on the device which they will sell to earn money and at the same time they are earning money by giving you free ad supported applications. Unfortunately, a vulnerability in Android lets apps to be modified by anyone and once if you install it then all your private data will be explored by the person who modified the application. Android has many apps but only a few of them are quality applications. Most of the applications in Google Play Store are pornographic apps, fart simulating apps, copy of another app by different names, themes for launchers, Whatsapp add ons, Live wallpapers etc., There's 2/4 of crap applications on Android. Recently, 200 millions Chinese SMSs was hacked by the US and all of those phones are Android. Google has implemented NSA codes into Android OS. The National Security Agency (NSA) codes in Android OS. This codes are always running in Android OS, which allows NSA to spy on the users. Meanwhile, NSA officials can collect material such as search history, thumbnails data, SMSs, emails, location data, Wifi passwords, what you download, Live chats and call history and such. Google has been spying illegaly ever since they were born. they have been proved to be guilty of spying on data through home wifi's using their street view cars...,and you can read more here-m.huffpost.com/us/entry/3530296
Android apps are written in Java VM due to which it lags. Java is buggy and slow even on PC. Sailfish OS was demoed on Nokia N900 which has a single core processor and it was running so smooth and this means it's a resource efficient OS and Sailfish OS supports apps from other platforms such as Qt, HTML 5, native applications and Android applications. So, apps aren't a problem for Jolla. I have had very bad and frustrating experience with Android OS although i still have a Samsung Galaxy S3 and a Samsung Galaxy Y duos. We aren't obligated to buy anything you tell us to. Nothing lives forever and due to this huge fragmentation of Android OS and the day by day increasing risk of security and malwares on Android OS is gonna kill Android OS. It's very easy to factory reset Nokia N900, it's just that you don't know how to do it. Please don't talk meaningless stuff, search before you post.

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  • 2013-08-05 11:49
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u know nothing about linux , go have fun with your lagdroid stupidphone and dont waste your time here again

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  • 2013-08-05 09:42
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