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Nokia World 2011: Live coverage

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Nokia World 2011: Live coverage - read the full textThe Nokia Windows Phone story has officially began. The company's first WP-running devices, Lumia 800 and Lumia 710, debuted at the Nokia World event in London and we got the chance to spend some quality time with them. The Nokia CEO, Steven Elop, stepped on stage...

 

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This is very upsetting that this mobile don't support many of the useful software such as opera mini, uni language code, and so on.

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  • 2013-10-19 08:39
  • PEqf

Hai Nokia My name is sugunesh Nokia lumia 800 is very very Beautifull

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  • 2012-12-26 05:27
  • 9DHt

> In reply to nokia fanboy @ 2011-10-26 10:07 from utXq - click to readJust give a battery that last legnor!If I turn on the battery saver mode i don't recieve any updates from e-mail, FB or whatsapp.I'm a nokia fan from the 1st phone I bought since I was 17 and the latest one I have now at 32. But the battery life gets worse with every new phone on the market.How come mr. Steve Jobs&his i-phone got such a long lasting battery, they don't talk about saver mode! If I dont charge my battery at 14:00 pm and before I go to bed it doesn't even help me through the day.& I don't listen 2 music, I don't use bluetooth& I only wifi at home..Am I the only one, or are the're more lumia peepz with me?

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  • 2012-12-20 15:02
  • 7ukq

> In reply to Martin Caballero @ 2011-10-26 16:49 from L877 - click to readBoth the phones are eeppuiqd with various unbeatable and somewhat few similar features.LG Mobiles the leading mobile manufacturing company is soon going to launch two new infants together in the Optimus series of phones by LG.

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  • 2012-12-20 13:07
  • 6Ckf

> In reply to RAMESH CHAND @ 2012-10-04 11:11 from 98Wq - click to readLooks great, hopefully the dlasipy is also good quality. There's some stiff competition coming from Samsung and Asus in addition to Apple of course. I suppose Fujitsu will try to appeal enterprise customers, but I think they could make some good quality ultrabooks for the avarage consumer too.

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  • 2012-12-20 02:15
  • Us3E

> In reply to Nokia Fanboy PRO @ 2011-10-28 00:43 from kJX3 - click to readi own both opmutis black and opmutis 3Das compared to galaxy s and s2 and others(my cousins have)there's not much of a difference in day to day performance, they are great phonesthe downside though is that lg is late in software updates and support but still lg is providing ICS for both(shouldn't provide more than one update but still lg is doing it!)

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  • 2012-12-20 01:55
  • NUkK

hendset very good

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  • 2012-10-04 11:11
  • 98Wq

The Nokia Windows Phone story has officially began. The company's first WP-running devices, Lumia 800 and Lumia 710, debuted at the Nokia World event in London and we got the chance to spend some quality time with them. The Nokia CEO, Steven Elop, stepped on stage

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  • 2011-12-31 15:23
  • t}AK

so s40 will get angry birds, not fear to give to my children to play because of cheaper price phone such as asha

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  • 2011-11-01 06:34
  • IVxC

> In reply to Nokia Fanboy PRO @ 2011-10-28 00:43 from kJX3 - click to readI don't really care about WP's security, it's quite a small factor in my decision to select on OS.

Maybe to others it's a large part of their decision, because they don't have the smarts to avoid/destroy/prevent trojans and viruses.

People with these smarts are the type of people who tend to appreciate OS functionality, diversity and customisation, so they can tweak their device to their needs, rather than being dictated how to use their device by a rigid OS.

Nokia's junk dude. Get over it.

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  • 2011-11-01 04:19
  • Ia90

Hmm, judging by those shots, the camera in the 800 is a bit disappointing: The images are not much better than what my trusty old Nokia 97 mini makes. More pixels, but they appear as fuzzy. Possibly this is something that a software update could fix (slightly more sharpening?).

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  • 2011-10-31 06:10
  • MJni

> In reply to Nokia Fanboy PRO @ 2011-10-28 00:43 from kJX3 - click to readYou raise an interesting about market share and viruses.
Apple computer (not iPhone) users BRAG about being in such a minority that there are no viruses on their machines. Yet they laugh at MS's small market share in the mobile phone sector. Hypocrites!

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  • 2011-10-29 10:00
  • 0JHK

Return of the King. Thanks NOKIA.

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  • 2011-10-28 17:43
  • 3@4i

> In reply to [deleted post]To my knowledge Nokia's "super" coating invention has more to do with nanostructures. Not an expert though.

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  • 2011-10-28 14:00
  • pVmm

so this mean Nokia 700 water proof?

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  • 2011-10-28 12:46
  • U}}y

If you consider that LUMIA 800 is already priced at 400 (unlocked, t-mobile) and the 710 will be considerably cheaper, there really isn't any competition at that price range. 710 leads by a mile. The cheap end Android experience is quite sad affair.

That alone is going to do wondets for WP7 market share.

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  • 2011-10-28 06:21
  • MmYg

finally, nokia junked symbian and meego...i had a bad experienced with wp before....ill stick with ios or android for now..more apps are available for free...

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  • 2011-10-28 05:24
  • Kg{8

I was really hoping that the Nokia 900 rumor was true.

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  • 2011-10-28 02:43
  • K2Fp

> In reply to Ashura @ 2011-10-26 22:06 from MA%X - click to read200,000 people already downloaded booby-trapped apps on the Android Market and you're calling that a small issue? That number was back then and who knows how many were victimized lately. This is only the start of an avalanche of malwares on Android's open Market.

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/technology-12633923

Saying that you need an anti-virus/anti-malware app to make your smartphone safer is a failure. You are defending a fundamentally flawed platform full of security holes/viruses/malwares.

I am glad Nokia choses WP and not Android. I would rather have the peace of mind that the apps I downloaded from the store are safe and does not contain malwares. And only WP and iOS can guarantee that.

Soon, people will realize just how much better WP is compared to Android and WP will start eating away at Android's marketshare.

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  • 2011-10-28 00:43
  • kJX3

meh. Ugly (square-shaped), fat, outdated and expensive.

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  • 2011-10-27 22:21
  • 3ZH5

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