NotTarts, 26 Oct 2011Interestingly enough, Nokia's site says the Lumia 710 does indeed have a microSD card slot: h... moreWindows Phone doesn't support memory card slot. It is a locked down environment just like iOS.
Interestingly enough, Nokia's site says the Lumia 710 does indeed have a microSD card slot:
Lumia 800 and 710.
No NFC, no front-facing camera
Not fair Nokia! Good work though...we await Nokia 900
Chillz, 26 Oct 2011Windows give 25 gb of cloud storage so i dont give a shit to memory storagePeople from developing countries don't have any idea what cloud storage is nor they have access to such service. Windows Phone doesn't appeal to the same target market as Symbian. It is basically trying to emulate the iPhone. And without support from Nokia's main market, who will buy these phones? Current and former Symbian users won't since WP seems more like a downgrade than an upgrade from Symbian. And I know iOS and Android users have no reason to shift either.
Chillz, 26 Oct 2011Windows give 25 gb of cloud storage so i dont give a shit to memory storageWouldnt that mean we still need to go online to get it? Online= data rates. I'll stick to Symbian & N9 64GB then. Reckon that's why Nokia is focusing the WP7 phones in developed countries 1st
Viva la Vida, 26 Oct 2011Microsim and without memory expansion slot. It will fail in the developing countries which is ... moreWindows give 25 gb of cloud storage so i dont give a shit to memory storage
Windows p 7.5 is far advanced than android , definately getting one from nokia
nothing we didn't already know, really. Still, good to see an announcement - if the N8 is anything to go by we'll have handsets in stores in "only" 6 months time!
Also, 710 probably doesn't have the high quality body of the 800.
I can guarantee that 99% of phone users wouldn't have seen this design before, nor would they give a stuff about specs. Most consumers will liok at this in the store, read Nokia, then Windows, and automatically assume that it must be good.
Plz this for those who are not nokia fans,,,,,plz stop that u r not impress with the specification,,,watelse u want people are talking about galaxy s2 and sony,,,u urself knows battery suck in android plz accept it,,in nokia u r getting everything advance and also gd battery life and more than that we can trust on the company,so nokia rocks for all those who dnt like it plz get lost.
Well, the presentation seemed a bit boring and there were amazingly few cheers among the crowd. Seems that people are not too excited about these ideas, nothing revolutionary! At one moment a guy making the Lumia 800 presentation had to ask people to clap for the features, so indeed, im not too excited about these phones. It will probably be Android ICS for me, after my beloved N8 with Belle will get too old.
Microsim and without memory expansion slot. It will fail in the developing countries which is Nokia's main market.
Can someone tell me which model then THIS IS:
http://st.gsmarena.com/vv/news...pecs/big.jpg ? Thanks!