Anonymous, 11 Apr 2011Elop is a great MS strategist. He did that so that people will buy the competitor's offerings ... moreJust seeing the URL: engadget.com makes me think the review surely will be a negative one. Am I right? Because they MUST be positive about just a single brand, and that brand is the i-shit, don't they? :D :D :D :D :D :D :D :D :D :D :D :D :D :D
von, 11 Apr 2011geez if they were gonna be announcing new symbian phones they shouldn't have announced that th... moreElop is a great MS strategist. He did that so that people will buy the competitor's offerings and Nokia will tank and be ready for acquisition. He really is a brilliant guy and I would like to see him back at MS when they take over Nokia. He's a great MS asset no doubt. The press should conduct interviews with him and who knows what he'll say next?
Anyways, here is an unbiased review of the E7. It got everything you need to know about Nokia's latest flagship. It's a fun and good read.
geez if they were gonna be announcing new symbian phones they shouldn't have announced that they'll be dropping the OS soon.
Fact. Symbian 3 doesn't need a superfast processor, as it's efficient and not bloatware like Android.
kikimu mikuto, 11 Apr 2011in terms of functionality, build quality and bang for the buck ratio, nokia still leads the co... moreRegarding your "most bang for the buck" comment, everyone should note that the materials cost price of all the parts of N8 and iPhone4 are almost same whereas the latter sells at about twice the price of N8. You can draw your own inferences.
V, 11 Apr 2011Whoa! How dare you be logical and reasonable with your explanation here. This is a Nokia page,... moreLOL,
Hey, if you want BS free Nokia news, follow the twitter...
I'm not a nokia fan, I've never been but I feel sad for Nokia, what's this!! After many years, who would have thought they'd get so desperate. Trying to hold on to originality is what I admire though. But they've been broken finally, face it those icons are copied. Nokia fanboys used to call Samsung copycats when Samsung started rising so suddenly.
Let me guess, another Android vs Symbian war in a Nokia article am I right? This is getting old guys.
adkane, 11 Apr 2011actually i uave seen you around mynokiablog.com. heard you are gonna get a desire hd. but im t... moreNah, it's either iPhone 5 or Galaxy S II... if Google release an update with Hardware Accelerated UI.
i personally feel that to survive nokia has to sooner or later adapt android . i mean look out every company(barring apple of course)is riding on the android wave. then why doesn't nokia goes with the trend. no doubts they have taken a bold step of going for windows 7 but even that will not help nokia to stay in the market that much .WAKE UP NOKIA LEAVE THE SYMBIAN THING AND TAKE UP ANDROID. YOU WILL DO WONDERS WITH IT.
whats up with nokia and gameloft?...what the symbian ^3 devices needs is a lot of cool applications like the i phone 4 owners enjoy, more HD games, other than that its a waist of time and we all gonna jump to i phones
Anonymous, 11 Apr 2011I have both android desire hd an n8 and while the n8 has a few advantages,mainly the camera it... moreAnd what game might that be? Must be a bad S^3 port because the Broadcomm BCM2727 GPU on the N8 is the most powerful of the single core GPUs(maybe second from the first Tegra). And no, the Adreno 205 on the DHD doesn't even compare
adkane, 11 Apr 2011and what's your problem? if you dont like it, dont read it. simple as thatNo problem at all. I'm merely stating a fact. I suppose it came out a bit harsh on Nokia fanboys but it applies to all fanboys. People take things so personally here don't you think?
Nokia will be even better with android , peoples dieing to see nokia with android so nokia dont fool ur self ,make an android phone and see results...
well done, Nokia. The UI seems to be promising. I have tested different types of OS, but nothing completes my wish-list as the Nokia OS do. Android and iOS are draining the batteries too fast and the constant limitations are very annoying. So, nothing compares to the Symbian's price/options levels.