I am always Nokia come back and re-production smart phone. although Nokia still domination mobile phone. I till remember that, the first phone which I used is Nokia phone. till now, it is very good and communication as hearing and call very good. I think Nokia is best mobile phone brand. especial is feature phone. I love Nokia and hopeless Nokia will come back soon. Bravo Nokia phone....but as GSM arena post last day, Nokia sold 3G,4G patent for LG brand. Why information comeback re-production smart phone today?? I don't think so and don't believe so...
welcome nokia we r waiting... M still using n8 love it... Nokia fans asking for gud device wid android!! Are ther no nokia fans who want an improved symbian..? I love symbian much more den android.. So many things unique in symbian os.. Ya nokia make it powerful n i dnt knw wat ,but in nutshell improve it .. N launch a bful screen ,grt camera handy size nokia device wid symbian..
This Nokia comeback is rather confusing, about service center and everything. People are so focused on OS, I wonder why. Nokia will only be "BRANDING" the cellphone, regardless OS. Maybe they will go with anything - I don't know. But it's hard for me to imagine a Nokia Smartphone against Apple, Samsung, LG, HTC, Sony, MS, and all of them who HAVE THEIR OWN BRAND.
My predictions though, Nokia branding will only be used by some other un-significant brand. Heck, I bet Xiao Mi also won't even use Nokia brand.
Nokia bashers dont know that it was nokia which started customization themes games wallpapers etc..nokia 1100 series was awesome..
One thing for sure is when Nokia phone comes to India, every other brands will be gone because Indians love â¤ Nokia the most.. Within 1 year I think only apple will be left in India.and RAJEEV SURI being an Indian will take Nokia to the level no one ever thought cause we Indians cannot stop loving ðŸ˜ Nokia
Honestly? I'd kill for an 1100 refresh. Aesthetics the same, connector updates and an E-Ink Display.
Bring back symbian bell with hd display support and Android app support and pure view cameras rest will be legendary
ArtificiallyYours, 19 Jun 2015I'm still finding the right feature phone and am hoping Nokia can become flexible with their d... moreLets hope they bring out a full range of phones(from talk & text to high end smartphone) but we will have to wait and see. I know Nokia were big in UK but were huge in Africa and India but I cannot speak for other countries as have no data.
AnonD-354090, 19 Jun 2015I respect Apple and Nokia. Apple made revolution in mobile business and Nokia was always world... moreI with you since one of my first cell phones was NOKIA, and then came.... like you mentioned copycats! haha
AnonD-354090, 19 Jun 2015I respect Apple and Nokia. Apple made revolution in mobile business and Nokia was always world... moreYou do know that Apple copied HTC One for their iPhone 6/6 Plus right? HTC deserves more attention too IMO.
Just put a f@#*in PureView camera, Here maps, decent processor and ram plus storage expansion and we all are in! Isn't that hard, or is it?
I believe and hope they do so again, as the brand name still carries a lot of value and confidence within the people.
It's really heartening to see soo many of us Nokia fans still here. I myself used to like Sony Ericsson then back in 2206. But after N73 , there was almost no turning back until 2013 when I bought a Galaxy Note 3. However , I'd like to note a few things here:
1. Windows Phone has moved way ahead from what it was in 2013 at least in terms of number of apps. Yeah , replacing the Nokia name with Microsoft Lumia was stupid in this age where brand name is everything to customers.
2. About the Windows Phone interface , I really don't see much wrong with it. Principally it's really light & simple plus it runs fast on very old hardware too. Snapdragon 400 in most phones in 2015 ?? Gotta be kidding. But hey , it's a working combination. Not only does it save battery but it also leaves room for apps even in modest configurations.
3. People saying that Samsung , Apple will get killed is utter nonsense. Samsung is now a number one hardware company at the very least. Yeah they goofed up with TouchWiz but even that is changing. And I don't like the S6 - mostly because of no microSD slot and non-removable battery. But the benchmarks and the mass appeal tell a completely different story. And people shouldn't forget that Samsung is the company that manufactures the memory chips in the iPhones. And it took a Sony sensor to make the iPhone 4S the best 8 megapixel camera. Yes , the software is equally important , but hey , look what iPhone 3G and 3GS were without proper camera in comparison to a Nokia N95 ?? I have a small personal anecdote which used to make me laugh about Apple v/s Nokia products.
Apple software + Nokia/Samsung hardware + Sony camera sensor + HTC Sense & BoomSound speakers = HEAVEN
AnonD-354090, 19 Jun 2015News from 2018:
1.Nokia market share continues to grow, catching Apple fast.
2.Samsung ... moreAdditional to that,
Apple's market share has been reduced to just 6.3%. Nokia has passed Apple in just 12 months after reentering mobile market with a powerful Android device.
AnonD-405103, 19 Jun 2015i would buy a nokia any day, i just didn't get any lumia because i don't like microsoft.What I don't understand is why on earth would anyone like Microsoft? How many phones have they made? Some even go to length by labelling it "quality phones", LOL, its like labelling a newborn as Einstein!
If Nokia can do this, then what exactly did they sell to Microsoft? Is their anyone left at Nokia to design phones? Will this in any meaningful way be the same company that made Nokia phones of yore? Or will this just be an entirely new company making phones that happen to have the Nokia name on them?
I'd love to see some classic Nokia designs on an Android phone, with a great class leading camera. But I'm really skpetical for now.
AnonD-8044, 19 Jun 2015100% with your comment. Nokia went down a bit because Symbian was on its last legs but build q... moreI'm still finding the right feature phone and am hoping Nokia can become flexible with their distribution of 130 and 105.
I know these are basic phones but they run a software platform all their own.