gman4203, 07 Sep 2011The point is that I do care if Nokia is around when the change happens. That is why I am here ... moreThen maybe you should voice it out to Nokia. Mate, I know you want Nokia atleast to Try an Android OS, but lets face it... it will never Happen! since they're bond is with MS now. Unless, maybe, a compelling event may affect their company real hard in the future, that would be a point where Nokia might choose another OS, or give Android a chance.
redfish71, 06 Sep 2011You're kidding right. Symbian might be tested but I don't know of any other OS that hangs as m... moreYour E6 must have some defect. I've had mine for 2 months, only hang 1 time due to F-secure & Kaspersky. After I uninstall those anti virus, works fine.
gman4203, 07 Sep 2011Let's look at the big picture. Nokia is struggling. They are losing their foothold on the worl... moreThat is not within our control, you know very well. Whichever OS they choose to take up, we end users decide whether we want it or not.
If you want to comment, comment direct to Nokia. Or join up their bloggers thingy or something related.
And...if Nokia ever takes up Android as their main OS, I'll be the 1st one to be pissed- totally messes the battery life.Battery life is one of the reasons people still choose Nokia. Looking at customer requirements is one thing, but choose the main reason why it's differentiated from others.
If Nokia don't kill symbian it will be better than android. Better battery life, more stability, real multitask, and more...
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eagle3, 06 Sep 2011So? 1) The end user dont really care what OS it's running on. Many dont bother about what's th... moreLet's look at the big picture. Nokia is struggling. They are losing their foothold on the world market. New phone makers are surpassing them in sales. They are looking to turn things around and get themselves back on top as the world leader in phone sales. What do they choose to do to make this big turn around happen?.....They release yet another Symbian based phone with ordinary specifications. Is that what you really think they should be doing at this moment? Adding android to at least one of their top end phones would put them back in the race today. I would not be so happy about a windows based phone made by Nokia if I were you. Microsoft is known for releasing buggy, practically untested software so that might not turn out so well.
Xdam, 06 Sep 2011And when did I say that I do not want change? Mate, we are posting in a thread of a mid-range... moreThe point is that I do care if Nokia is around when the change happens. That is why I am here commenting. I want to make sure that Nokia is around so I voice my opinion in the hopes that they will notice. I want Nokia to be around, not because I am the biggest Nokia fan, but because an additional phone maker will help keep the market competitive. A competitve market will help keep phone prices lower. If Nokia takes themselves out of the race with bad business decisions then phone prices may rise due to less competition. Adding Android to just one or two of their phones will put them back on the fast track to success today. It will take time for people to warm up to windows and other operating systems. Speaking of windows, microsoft is known for releasing buggy, practically untested software, so Nokia might be shooting themselves in the foot with that one.
redfish71, 06 Sep 2011You're kidding right. Symbian might be tested but I don't know of any other OS that hangs as m... moreThis now has a 1GHZ processor so we have yet to see if Symbian hangs. Plus Symbian is more efficient than Android and doesn't need as much resources so your comment is already wrong. I've had 3 Symbian phones both with 600MHZ processors and they rarely crash.
you did mention what kind of processor used in nokia n701?qualcom?a8?a9?Arm11?
It has gpu or no gpu?
Burkie, 07 Sep 2011No W-Lan Hotspot function like even the smallest HTC, this is the new standard now, so it's ou... moreR u sure? How about NFC, does all HTC phone have NFC? Wifi hotspot is not a must requirement..it can be said as bonus function only. iPhone have many things lacking in them, but still not out of the race bcoz they r in the podium.
Sojibbd, 06 Sep 2011I got this phone already. and i am not pretty much happy with the performance of the phone. Bl... moreU got the phone already? Wow..know what? I have Nokia N12, iPhone 6, Samsung Galaxy S4 and even LG Optimus 4X..i just receive my quad-core phone with 8GB RAM, 18MP camera with DSLR quality picture, have 320GB storage, have full-hd screen, have the fastest GPU, the thinnest phone in the planet and running 4 operating systems which are Symbian Belle, Windows Mango, Android and iOS so i dont have to worry which OS is the best since i have all...now beat that...haha.
rohit, 06 Sep 2011the success of this mobile greatly depends on the pricing of this set if its priced too high t... moreThe E6 is only mid range, USD400 when 1st launched. It's half the price of Blackberry Bold 9000, 40% cheaper than...BB 9780, 80% cheaper than BB Torch.
When it comes to qwerty phones, it's between Nokia & Blackberry, SE didnt come out with their SE Xperia Pro yet.
No W-Lan Hotspot function like even the smallest HTC, this is the new standard now, so it's out of the competition already
Nokia...how hard is it to put an auto-focus on the camera?
It will not eclipse the N8 completely cause it has a xenon flash.
Why deprive your new devices with an auto-focus camera.
Anonymous, 06 Sep 2011well fact is, samsung is jumping on to meego.. because android has lots of bugs. symbian, well... moreSymbian is tried n tested.. agreed... but u dnt have the slightest idea abt symbian belle... Its just awesome..