no yet on Romania market ... only tip: Nokia announced it will be 235 euro without tax/vat
Anonymous, 24 Feb 2009This phone will be huge, as Nokia will make this the cheapest feature phone on the market. It ... moreNokia have more faults than other manufacturers as they sell millions upon millions of handsets a year (logic dictates that more handsets sold = higher number of faults). The s40 platform is stable and most s40 handsets are rugged and durable.
s60 is a dire bug ridden mess. I got rid of my E66 as I just couldn't stand how slow and buggy s60 was/is.
This phone will be huge, as Nokia will make this the cheapest feature phone on the market. It runs on S40 so software issues will be a lot less prominent (unlike the garbage s60 is). It's simple marketing a kudos nokia... As much as I hate them as a brand, with their cheap build quality and high number of faults, they still can manage to sell millions of a poor product... Good marketing team I say...
Ahmed Esmail, 22 Feb 2009what will the price in egypt? please answer me It will be around 230 Euros before taxes. Not sure about Egypt...
When you go to nokia site and compare it to another phone on the WLAN column writes yes.
Go and check it out.
mladen, 20 Feb 2009IT HAS WiFi!!!! Look on nokia site!!!It doesn't have Wi-Fi.
Great looking fone.. bout time a standard good looking fone came out..
DOES ANY1 know wen this realease date for AUSTRALIA is???
or can you buy over internet
JOHN, 17 Feb 2009It's available in Romania. 310 eurosIf early versions are available in Romania for 310 euros the price will simply have to drop as this means it is more expensive than the N78, and indeed the 6220 Classic.
Steve, 18 Feb 2009Perhaps it's the US networks that are "crippled" and need to get up to the standards of the re... moreWell I don't think the military will give up the 900mhz anytime soon. I don't understand the ryhme or reason behind the frequencies Nokia chooses to use. What about the 6500 Classic? For 3G it only uses 850 and 2100mhz. No 1900 for the US and no 1800 for Europe. That one is available for sale in their NYC company store, so even if you say its primarily for Australia, they are still marketing it as a phone for the USA. A bit misleading?
Anonymous, 18 Feb 2009Well if the US is so primitive why do they even bother to include the 1900-band? Nokia says t... morePerhaps it's the US networks that are "crippled" and need to get up to the standards of the rest of the world? ;)
Steve, 18 Feb 2009Because the US market is fairly primitive compared to the rest of the world.Well if the US is so primitive why do they even bother to include the 1900-band? Nokia says they want to increase market share in the US...this won't happen if their new exciting phones are partially crippled in the US market.
Anonymous, 18 Feb 2009I can see this working only if it's priced fairly cheap.
No WLAN, S40 instead of S60 and vi... moreNo WLAN didn't stop the 6500 classic and the 6300 in particular selling in record numbers which is what this phone replaces. Those who took the 6300 out on contract will find the 6700 to be offered as a replacement at the same price (the 6700 will be free on contracts).
The vast majority of consumers don't need WLAN which is why so many handsets exist without it. Those wanting WLAN can opt for a number of more expensive devices isntead.
Anonymous, 17 Feb 2009Will they release a North American version that has support for both 3G frequencies (850 & 190... moreBecause the US market is fairly primitive compared to the rest of the world.