Nokia should swallow their pride and start producing Android phones. There's no way they could keep up with Palm, OSX, BB OS, and Android with Symbian or winmo. Nokia should be realistic if they don't want to end up like Motorola. The N95 was Nokia's last glorious production. Things went downhill for Nokia after the 1st gen iphone was released. Samsung, LG & SE picked up the trend right away, while Nokia had so much pride thinking and hoping that the touchscreen trend that Apple started would fade away as fast as it came. Nokia took a hiatus because of their pride, and now, Nokia who used to lead the way, is trying to catch up with the Iphone and Samsung, heck even SE and LG are producing great touchscreen phones. Satio and Rachael are upcoming phones to watch out for as well.
expensive version of n97 and i dont see any reason for this phone to come out why nokia whyyyyyyyyyyyyyy
I hope its not another N97 in a new OS and Hardware disguise. and whats with the ugly icons? don't they have good graphics designers at Nokia?
tawd, 21 Aug 2009You guys DO realize that the majority of your questions are answered simply by clicking on the... moreYou better keep quite brother . every 1 knows English in this forum so i guess you don't need to tech them .
Wow What an Awesome phone , touching experience like iPhone (this is a golden word) i was so curious to see what 5800 has to offer agianst the APPLE OSX , but i was disappointed , the Symbian TOUCH OS wasn't great as iphone , but only for those graphics and faster touch reaction. other wise i relly like the 5800 . but now with this one i guess . This might be a excellent reveal for iphones OS , restive touch screen .
Microsoft will never release a version of Office for Linux because it would break their lock in with Windows and will eventually destroy their core business.
here goes nokia step one to reclaim the throne! Plus don't forget the microsoft team up! this phone is going to be a powerhouse!
HD engr, 21 Aug 2009what the hell happened to Stantum "multitouch" for even a standard resistive screen? The longe... moreI don't know, I was hoping they would release it with Stantum touch screen, but I guess I got dissapointed at this point, but hey, the reviewer says it's almost as responsive as the iPhone, and this is a good point.
Is not possible to think that the processor si being cortesy of intel? since they are working with microsoft and all the stuff...
oho, 20 Aug 2009Not far, NOKIA already partnershiped with Intel to provide them with atom processors. It's jus... morewhat the hell happened to Stantum "multitouch" for even a standard resistive screen? The longer they wait around the more loss they have so mass produce the damn freakin sw ASAP!
This phone does not look pleasant at all. It's features are already currently found on other leading smartphones. I really don't see anything exciting about this phone.
I'm gonna ask a silly question, since previous internet tablets can't make calls... but can this one?
You guys DO realize that the majority of your questions are answered simply by clicking on the "source" link at the bottom of the article, right?
Aside from this, half the comments posted on this article don't even make sense. Grammar is important, same with sentence structure. If you want to be taken seriously, please try a little harder by fully utilizing all appropriate facets of proper English.
Now, back to the new device. Nokia's new platform strategy appears to finally have some solid potential. Combine this idea with some decent hardware and it looks like we've got a winning combination. Bravo, Nokia. I'm very impressed. The next few years should boast some exciting news from this company. Until then, I think the N900 will keep me complacent.