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Major UK roadmap leaks - HTC Gold, Ace and Vision, Nokia E7 and Samsung Cetus on the way

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Major UK roadmap leaks - HTC Gold, Ace and Vision, Nokia E7 and Samsung Cetus on the way - read the full textToday we stumbled upon a major UK roadmap leak, bringing bringing some juicy information. HTC Gold, Ace and Vision, Nokia E7, and Samsung i8700 Cetus and brand-new BlackBerry Curve 9300 - they're all unannounced and they will all star in this year's releases. BlackBerry Curve 9300 HTC...

 

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> In reply to Anonymous @ 2010-07-14 13:10 from nuit - click to readThere will be 3 variants of the Nokia N8. They won't all have the 12mp cam or CZ lens.
Just so you know.... so it's possible.

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  • 2010-08-01 13:21
  • tAZI

> In reply to deep space bar @ 2010-07-07 04:01 from q}@s - click to readIt wont be an N Series as Nokia as already stated the N8 will be the only Symbian^3 devices in the N-Series, the next ones will be Meego and Symbian^4. This is clearly running Symbian^3 and tied with Nokia's statement means this wont be an N Series device. It will be C or E Series.

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  • 2010-07-14 13:10
  • nuit

wish list. Samsung cetus with 3.8 super amoled, 10 mp/1080p video.
1.2ghz, please Samsung...

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  • 2010-07-08 08:08
  • QScC

i am tired to hear continuos complains on how 'tired' symbian is. From a programmers point of view, any firmware can be programmed to do execute anything that any other firmware does. even s60 UI can be programmed to give it a feel similar to iphone app or android

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  • 2010-07-07 19:29
  • fu$1

if it is the E7 could it be the new communicator ??? i think its about time Nokia releases a new communicator isnt it!

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  • 2010-07-07 09:15
  • 0kGk

Nokia will never adopt Android (atleast for 2 years). Adopting Android means throwing the hard work behind symbian^3, symbian^4, Meego, qt in a dustbin. Nokia is making Meego as a Alternative of Android. We all know how powerful Meamo was, so if you wants Android, you will always find a option for dual boot with Android. So dont worry Nokia Meego device will have ability for dual boot same as N900.

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  • 2010-07-07 08:42
  • KFPA

> In reply to Nokia is losing out @ 2010-07-06 20:44 from tdqe - click to readI can assure you nokia would most definitely never release an android device. Don't expect too much from s^3 in terms of ui but s^4 would most definitely blow the competition away. Its gonna be android vs symbian^4 while meego sits ontop and watches.

I can assure you that when s^4 is out, most symbian exs who left to the android os would come running right back. Once a symbian user, always a symbian user.

Obviously, nokia have realized that they are lost in the app race. Angry birds is just a flash. Before the release of the nokia n8 there would be hundreds of games and apps for symbian^3 on the ovi store and the number would only increase geometrically with most of them free.

I still use a nokia n95 8gb and i can tell you for sure there is no shortage of apps. The problem is actually collecting the apps to a single place. The ovi store. I, personally have never downloaded an app from the ovistore. They are all over the place. Most symbian developers exploit the unmatched freedom the symbian os gives by selling their apps elsewhere. Means you have to google for whatever app you need. The changes nokia has made to the app submition process ought to make things right.

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  • 2010-07-07 07:07
  • kK}q

No . It can t be OCTOBER. What r u doing Nokia.

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  • 2010-07-07 06:42
  • uph1

> In reply to Guy @ 2010-07-07 00:51 from xkaG - click to readi think it's variation of the N8-00

and if this is the new Eseries model it should atleast have a different homescreen or something else that would make it define it being an Eseries model

cause look the N900
it's an Nseries device

and it comes with keyboard
so other then the new keyboard set up and the 4'touchscreen

something new has to be added

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  • 2010-07-07 04:01
  • q}@s

9300 very looks alike 8520..although the camera quality has been upgraded becoming 3 mp but still no flash..

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  • 2010-07-07 03:49
  • uEAY

> In reply to deep space bar @ 2010-07-06 23:33 from q}@s - click to readblame Negri Electronics. They saw the keyboard and the big screen and immediately said it was the N9. It really isn't, as the no more N series will run S^3-4.

People have been saying what if this is the N8-01, then remember that if it is the case, it is a variant of the N8, so it doesn't fall under jurisdiction of the Meego device-name change.

Also consider that it might be the E7, as it's relation to the E75.

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  • 2010-07-07 00:51
  • xkaG

why do they keep saying it's the N9.........

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  • 2010-07-06 23:33
  • q}@s

BB 9300 pure rubbish. Why tho? All bb's look the same do the same thing.....yawn!!!!

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  • 2010-07-06 23:12
  • LKp@

Im actually interested in that Samsung phone........Wonder what it could realy be? Maybe Samsung's first Windows Mobile 7 phone?

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  • 2010-07-06 22:15
  • qp45

No, Nokia will not adopt Android, but MeeGo (which I personally think is better).
But for now I will stick with Android.

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  • 2010-07-06 21:09
  • 3pw6
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let's face it...it's an apps world today! If Nokia's not gonna adopt android, I do not think that their Symbian 3's gonna outshine...the Fins have got to look at reality...

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  • 2010-07-06 20:44
  • tdqe

oooops i mean this so the N9 is E7 afterall

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  • 2010-07-06 20:10
  • uBVr

so the N8 is E7 afterall

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  • 2010-07-06 20:06
  • uBVr

Why does it always be a sunflower wallpaper?

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  • 2010-07-06 18:58
  • vj1k

Htc vision looks good

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  • 2010-07-06 18:50
  • 3sEw

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