I am also waiting for nokia Symbian back in the market with touch, non touch, QWERTY and bar phones
And I wish to buy nokia n86
steve, 22 Apr 2015est or west nokia is the bestYes. East or west Nokia is the best
Arhab, 13 Apr 2016Symbian is the best is I've ever used on my NOKIA C7-00. Please come back SymbianYes symbian is the best. I want my Nokia 603 back in market.
Symbian is the best is I've ever used on my NOKIA C7-00. Please come back Symbian
I want my symbian phone (nokia 603) get update such as nokia clara or cindy or carmen or what ever it may named, i just dont want symbian really dead, nokia should "re-developped" this os, it is way better than my android(lenovo a7000) or any other andro phone, symbian is the real open source os
My comment is Nokia android phone as the Nokia N1 tablet. We're waiting for nokia fun and I believe people love nokia name. So go go nokia welcome back for conecting the people!...
it will be a great challenge for Nokia to be in line with the current market :P
stay in your grave nokia .. zombie technolypse will never happen
a.k.k.i, 22 Apr 2015I m waiting Nokia.. For months before I bought the last smartphone made by you, Lumia 730... M... moreSame here... I wanted to buy Nokia made mobile as my first smartphone to replace the mighty Nokia 1100 and classic 2700, 3110.. I looked at Lumia 830 but then bought Lumia 730. All I needed is Nokia name on the phone.... Next mobile is also Nokia only.. A loyal fan.. Now have 6 Nokia mobile in home.
Want to replace 730 with the Nokia only..
I m waiting Nokia.. For months before I bought the last smartphone made by you, Lumia 730... My next smart phone will be again a Nokia and till then I'll use it... Waiting..
Many of you need an education about why Nokia failed so badly.
If you think it's because of the Nokia hardware, I'm talking to you.
The problem was that Nokia, internally, couldn't get their act together on the OS migration strategy and the 3rd party app developers gave up on Nokia.
Firstly, Nokia couldn't figure out how to get the API's right to support multiple languages with touch screens. There was a point (somewhere between 2008-2010) that the development community had to completely re-write their apps for the Nokia ecosystem 2 times in a row because Nokia made big changes to the architecture to try and get multi-language and different sized touch screen support "right").
I know this because a friend of mine told me about the problems he had and the costs associated with developing apps for Nokia OS'. He finally said enough because the costs for app dev were too high so his company focused on developing for other OS'.
My personal opinion, reading posts and comments that were on the Nokia developer boards and the official Nokia developer exchange for Meego and Symbian (no longer available - ex: http://developer.nokia.com/community/discussion/showthread.php/218819-Nokia-Wtih-Symbian-or-MeeGo/page3) is that inside Nokia, nobody was in charge. Meaning that technical leadership was weak and senior management didn't have a clue on what direction to go (Meego, Symbian, Smarterphone - which led to Asha 1.x OS). Different people had different opinions and nobody could make the hard decision to go in one direction with one OS and stick with it.
One other thing, look at what Kallasvuo did (or I should say, didn't do) to counter the release of Apple's iphone and what Elop did to support his former company (Kallasvuo was a horrible CEO with no vision and Elop had the vision of teaming up with Microsoft and WP from the outset) and it's no surprise that Symbian and Meego phone sales tumbled during a time that people were moving away from small feature phones (which was Nokia's bread and butter) to larger and larger smartphones.