i m really looking towards windows based media power beast .... htc has quiet a good sets but they are not that much into media business...nokia came late but came right.symbian was never meant to compete win or android....(sorry apple i dont even consider iphone a smartphone!)
Anonymous, 13 Feb 2011WTF are you talking about..? I use an LG optimus user. I'll buy that Nokia Phone 7 because it... moreLOL so you are mad at android because you bought a low end android device? Rightttt. You're gonna compare the quality of a $150 mobile device to something that cost $299+? Why don't you take a look at N97 and it's poor speakers review? The N97 was a high end flag ship device.
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I use an LG optimus user. I'll buy that Nokia Phone 7 because it will have good hardware and a competitive OS. Nokias always have a good loudspeaker and audio output.My LG's sound output sucks.
I think Nokia and WM7 will be doing a great combination,
there are enough android phones out there, got tired of them just by
looking at any of those advertisement. Im looking forward for future Nokia!!
Gemini, 13 Feb 2011So now iphone users can make fun of nokia users not having copy and paste. It think that's wh... moreYar you realy made me laughing. Hahahaha . . . . . .some win, some-1 loose. . . .thats life. Every peak has a limit. Lets hope for the best Nokia!
I'll buy the Black one no matter what the haters say.
Also, Phone 7 got copy-paste now. Stop arguing about it.
About time MS did something useful placing hardware min specs to run windows mobile 7, let's face it this will give the hardware a huge boost I decided a few months i was going to dump Nokia for Samsung and migrate from Symbian (E72) to Android... with a year on my contract left, one of these should hopefully be ready to buy in a little over 12 months :D
But, i'm going to miss a few of the symbian features, easy access to files moving, editing, renaming, MS is good at 'making it easy' for the end user which usually means preventing the user from doing anything useful...
Is this going to revive Nokia, well the hardware wont be laughed at any more it will be in line with everyone else, I don't know but we all know Symbian from the N95 onwards just got buggier and buggier, and quite frankly MS does have the experience of being around and popular since the 80's they have the experience and money to fix problems nokia tend not to...
mixed reaction from me.
Im not a nokia fan but I want to give this phone a try!Who knows maybe this phone will be as promising as it look!
I want to see what will nokia do.
Imagin this with
and all nokia goodies like transmitter, memory card, USB on the Go.
Imagine my N8 with better screen, and better OS. Maybe I'll get that one, even if it's windows, let's just hope for Qt Support!
some1., 13 Feb 2011Finally... nokia came off frm symbain.... well, seems great... @gemini... who d hell, told u... moreHe was mentioning about how Windows Phone 7 currently lacks the ability to copy and paste... seriously you guys can't read or something? It is a well known fact that Windows Phone 7 doesn't have copy and paste function until after its update rolls out.
Savor, 13 Feb 2011Window 7 is the fastest selling OS ever. Nokia sold over 111M Symbian phones last year. Millio... moreWhat does Microsoft Windows 7 have to do with Windows Phone 7 Operating system? You do know they are totally different things and are not in the bit related right? Windows 7 is a very good OS, Windows Phone 7 is not. Now Nokia fanboys are confusing Windows 7 and Windows Phone 7... seriously you guys just fail. You fail at picking a winning phone manufacturer, you fail at realizing a failing company when you see it, you fail at analogies, at reading quarterly financial report. Funny how at first when I mention Nokia's failing track record you all brush it off, funny how I mention how symbian fails to prove any better than iOS or Android you guys deny it, now even Nokia's own CEO admits it, admits that your MeegO was a NoGo. If Windows Phone 7 was as good was Windows 7, Windows Phone 7 wouldn't have barely sold 2 million devices since its launch even though it launched on 2 big carriers in the US, and on more than one phone manufacturer. Nokia's reason for going with Microsoft was it believed it couldn't differentiate itself amongst all those other Android phones, but those same manufacturers making those Android Phones also makes Windows Phone 7 devices too? HAHHA
Finally... nokia came off frm symbain....
well, seems great...
@gemini... who d hell, told u that nokia don hv copy paste function...
come out of ya dream world...
nokia should also come out wit an android running phone...!