Dear Iphone fanboys, i will bet on my life that the iPhone will go down the drain the same way it went up to the top, its like an ice mountain in winter and when summer arrives it will all melt and be gone like it never was. Lucky for Apple its still a bit cold, Nokia are working on new technology/OS/Handsets, you also have HTC with some new Android handsets that will rip the sh1t through the iPhone, you have Samsung with their Super AMOLED screens and New Bada OS. you have Black Berry who are also releasing new UI for their OS. Apple will for sure go back down to where it was. The hype that Apply made for the iPhone is only for stupid people who dont really know what technology is all about, i bet you that my old Nokia 6120c will beat the iPhone in any aspect guaranteed.
nokia is in trouble. apples got much better os, sammy has way better specs. in 2 years nokia will be 3rd. behind sammy, apple, nokia, htc, lg, moto, etc.
Anonymous, 23 Apr 201058% of iPhone sales last quarter were outside America. 5.6 Billion revenue from iPhones alo... moreSo true. iPhone revenue = all nokia phones. The iPhone alone already makes billions. So Nokia sheeps should stfu 'cause your lame comments is seriously a fail.
Anonymous, 23 Apr 2010Any relation to P%nm??What??? Likes you a fanboy of handphones?? wanna be slaves for them?? i dun want to be slave for handphone...
Bricked, 23 Apr 2010I see where you're coming from. Less trolling more appreciation.What are u thinking? im not against any handphones fan out there who are cRAZying about who much better .... im proud of all the product out there and only choose the satifying needs for myself than all of you that did not even afford to buy all the things and bashing others like you are KNOWING MORE!!!
Nokia fan, 22 Apr 2010It is not an Apple vs Nokia debate. Apple will always be supported by the yanks like Cherry Co... more58% of iPhone sales last quarter were outside America.
5.6 Billion revenue from iPhones alone which is more than half of Nokia's revenue from all their handsets combined.
I can't believe the Nokia N-sheep keep trotting out the same tired old arguments that have FAILED totally over the last three years as Apple has moved from strength to strength.
[deleted post]I see where you're coming from. Less trolling more appreciation.
[deleted post]what do u expect from someone who has / will never use any other brand / OS? These people will / can never understand what's going on in the rest of the (mobile) world.
uahhhh 3,2,1 goooo = 1.nokia,2.nokia,3.nokia,4.nokia i love my nokia
buggy slow os ??? never existed in my nokia n81,n86,n95 8g,n96,5800 and n97 mini, my life for nokia, die with nokia yeahhhh ^_^
Good news for Nokia.
I think they're due another N95. But as good as Maemo is, I would like to see what they could do with the Android OS.
Nokia are still doing well, but in 2010 uptil now nothing really outstanding to really show they deserve there number 1 spot,N900 might please alot of people but the size of the N900 really lets the phone down,then the Plastic X6 an still the same 5 mega-pixel camera,an the Music Player changed an let this phone down,everyone was getting anxious about the N8 but Nokia then delayed the release of this mobile,no camera mobile since the N82 that stands out from Nokia,why no 8 mega-pixel touch screen mobile from Nokia to compete with the others thats what really annoys people with Nokia never want to compete in the camera mobile market,an the last time they did used one of there old phones an just upgraded it so the N86 was not such a good idea indeed,since the N95 boom lost ground to Samsung an Sony Ericsson an losing buyers switching to there mobiles instead
Anonymous, 22 Apr 2010Yeah Nokia with their buggy slow os. Like when you rotate the screen it takes ages for the pho... more"Yeah Nokia with their buggy slow os. Like when you rotate the screen it takes ages for the phone to react. They have outdated resistive screens that requires double tapping when entering menus. Like what the hell is that?! When installing an app, you still have this tons of confirmations to go through. Even applying themes takes 48 years. Its already 2010 and they still have that so last decade Symbian UI."
Yes, it is already 2010. You know what else is also 'so last decade'? Trolls.
[deleted post]Haha wtf is everyone coming at me for? I just corrected the guys math and appearantly I am talking about the quality of apps or debating about Apple vs Nokia? I never said these things lol all I was implying was that his math didnt make any sense. Nothing to do with the app stores themselves.
Haha Apple fanboys as usual talk trash about Nokia and other manufactures but guess what ? Nokia did good as well so get back down to earth and stop bragging about Apple success. remember the Nokia only makes Phones and not Computers to PMPs
[deleted post]Oh please... There are tons of useful and awesome apps out there. And that's the beauty of it, you have tons of choices for the type of app you want. And yeah sure some are gimmicks but they're actually fun and cool. Ovi store is boring and the apps are low quality.
In the app store a SINGLE app can have 1 million downloads in a day. Ovi store with all its application only has 1.6 downloads a day. LOL 1 itunes app = ovi store. xD
at least 5800 doesnt costs the global budget unlike the iphone which also comes with 10 pence fones similar to the most expensive mp3 players - the ipods also shipping with the cheapest earphones on the market. Wanna get robbed? Buy Apple.
On the Nokia vs. Apple debate...something to keep in mind. Apple doesn't chase marketshare. They have never done so, in any market they competed in (save maybe for mp3 players). They chase profitshare. Nokia can have as much of the market as it wants. Apple will keep the profits though.
Deep space bar, 22 Apr 2010Lol android just has alot support form manufactures and google plus
The the only other 2 com... more"Plus google still hovers over android so it's not fully open source like symbian and maemo"
Right...and you think Nokia doesn't hover the Symbian Foundation. Okay....I am fairly sure when Symbian's largest client by far says something that the Symbian Foundation listens.
As for Android not being fully open source because Google "hovers", who cares? As long as it's open enough for developers to work on.