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Unlocked Nokia 800 Lumia delayed to 2012?

08 November, 2011 | Read the news | Post your comment
Unlocked Nokia 800 Lumia delayed to 2012? - read the full textThe Nokia 800 Lumia is hitting the UK shelves next week, but we have some bad news to those of you that aren't into signing long-term deals. We just heard that the SIM-free version of the WP smartphone might be delayed until January 2012. The reports are coming from Clove UK and there's no...

 

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> In reply to mmmm @ 2011-11-10 14:43 from Mx@E - click to readI think this phone so-so...

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  • 2012-03-31 11:25
  • uIm7

> In reply to haseeb zahid @ 2011-11-10 08:40 from KI1r - click to readi suppose working for currys would qualify as working with electronics, could you give me any advice on a kettle

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  • 2011-11-10 14:43
  • Mx@E

maybe nokia dont have enough revinue for mass production of lumia have make money before fully launching the device nokia also killed 600 a month ago

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  • 2011-11-10 13:37
  • KI17

for how long will old mobile technologies be served as news?NOKIA LEFT the smartphone area where it is alive only from and for fans...!

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  • 2011-11-10 11:52
  • gxMG

> In reply to NoFuss @ 2011-11-10 10:05 from 2SWF - click to readThat's why Nokia is losing its spot. Engineerers in Finland? Pff...

For example, Samsung is a massive global company that employs engineerers worldwide.

do you know that scandinavian nations(Finland, Denmark, Sweden...) were the first GS1 users who recieved gingerbread update? which was months faster than HTC HD Desire update?

Engineerers from only one country = fail.

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  • 2011-11-10 11:46
  • YPb1

> In reply to Anonymous @ 2011-11-10 09:52 from YPb1 - click to readwell its not a problem for me if half of the world goes to buy anything they all got their choice of freedom, i was only telling that battery is all the problem they gona get from it u still want it buy. and if someone still is blind to see battery issue then he is dumb not fan telling that 5th core will handle power issues says itself that battery is problem and it still wont make the battery last more then two days. if still have not understand my point try using two phones for demo ur favorite dual-core with single core see which lasts longer.and don't tell me android is best and bla bla i never compared the OS

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  • 2011-11-10 10:45
  • 6P{q
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> In reply to Anonymous @ 2011-11-09 20:33 from 3YbX - click to readBetter U ask IOS5 in Nokia N9 Body -__-

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  • 2011-11-10 10:44
  • ib3S

Why so much of fuss around unofficial "news" / speculation of delay of unlocked device. When was first unlocked iPhone launched? It appears that there are Nokia haters who just hate Nokia whatever good or bad they do.

Listen guys, Nokia has been a leader and has always done business being ahead of the game. They were first ones to think about business phones (6000 series and later E series), smartphones (communicators), multimedia phones (N series), music phones (XpressMusic series) or even tablets. That was the time Samsung and HTC were still in thier diapers going through their toilet training. It doesnt really matter if they lost ground in last 2 years or so due to some bad decision making, they engineers in Finland sure know how to innovate. With customers having dual option to go for Nokia+WP or Nokia+Belle it is strong product offering. And in my opinion, people writing pre-mature obituaries for Nokia need not do it in a hurry.

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  • 2011-11-10 10:05
  • 2SWF

Yup, this is just what Nokia needs right now. The delayed released of their top OS. Bravo Nokia!

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  • 2011-11-10 10:02
  • 95WE

> In reply to haseeb zahid @ 2011-11-10 08:40 from KI1r - click to readSamsung says Dual-core is the way to go, really?

as far as i remember LG and HTC who start the multi-core war.
As you can see HTC will be the first manufacturer who gonna release the quad-core mobile phone and d*** HTC fanboys will buy that and other manufacturers will follow.

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  • 2011-11-10 09:52
  • YPb1

Nokia is reliable forever.............I like.. no no I love Nokia

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  • 2011-11-10 09:47
  • t}AK

> In reply to [deleted post]And beside u don't even know the relation between power and frequency and load so stop ur battle of ignorance cuz u go and read one article and i done a whole degree on this

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  • 2011-11-10 08:48
  • KI1r

> In reply to nokia rulez @ 2011-11-10 03:51 from vbR3 - click to readagree with u on that i am also electronics eng.

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  • 2011-11-10 08:44
  • KI1r

> In reply to [deleted post]well i know far more then u mobile geeks i know more about any of these stuff so shut up i was talking in general and if u say dual/quad cores don't consume battery why u need big batteries and other then mobiles and yet dual-core mobiles last a day on standby pity on that why ur quad-cores based system runs on minimum 450Watts supplies excluding GFX cards rather then 250 watts, use the brain or facts from Google i know quad is better in power then dual core infact they all made a stupid mistake going on dual-cores and u are only want big shity over spec mobile cuz u think bigger is better since Samsung says that and u dont have to think ur self.and i don't have to be told by any mobile makers i know these stuff cuz i work with electronics.

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  • 2011-11-10 08:40
  • KI1r

As usual nokia phones remain in Coming Soon Tag. latest example is N8 which takes 1 year of time to come in to the market.

in future, nokia will be gone............ Samsung will take the whole market!

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  • 2011-11-10 07:42
  • vGH4

itis great

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  • 2011-11-10 06:02
  • t}AK

HTC fanboys think Tegra 3 is exclusive to HTC. Well, not really.

LG started dual-core cpu era by adopting Tegra 2(LG Optimus X2), but the performance&battery life were beaten by more optimized Tegra 2 quipped smartphones.

manufactures aren't d**p. who knows? nokia can use one of those, but they know that power hungry 45nm quad core Tegra 3 is pointless while 28nm snapdragons are coming out next year anyway(already taped out).

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  • 2011-11-10 05:42
  • YPb1

> In reply to [deleted post]also, i support Samsung too but since Nokia is in trouble so i'm Supporting Nokia more

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  • 2011-11-10 03:55
  • vbR3

> In reply to [deleted post]So when you Run Multiple Application on quadcore all the Five core(including fifth one) will Drain Most of the juice from your Battery so tell me what's the Point of using quadcore when we will be using fifth core most of the time to save battery i mean we will Avoid the use of quadcore to save battery so whats the point of having this

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  • 2011-11-10 03:51
  • vbR3

This OS i think Windows 8 i am not sure

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  • 2011-11-10 03:25
  • utNV

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