deep space bar, 05 Jun 2010trends die fast you know why do think nokia doesn't really follow
DroidOS is a mess and all n... moreSyncing contacts over the air?
Nothing new. Here in the UK we have,
Android syncing with Google Contacts
Mobile Me from Apple syncing on the iPhone
Vodafone 360 people
ZYB syncing service
plus your Nokia OVI stuff and more.
david, 05 Jun 2010how about putting out an android device! who cares about a windows device? get with the trends... moreandroid will be history after meego release. Symbian is powerfull OS you must look Symbian Smartphone from Japanese then compare with android phone the result android phone look very noob xD
david, 05 Jun 2010how about putting out an android device! who cares about a windows device? get with the trends... moretrends die fast you know why do think nokia doesn't really follow
DroidOS is a mess and all nokia had to do so everyone can stop complaining is add eye candy and optimise the touch nothing else
plu no one can beat nokia when it comes down to mobile services
the universal OVI account is with all the OVI integrated apps on s60 are amazing
where else can you sync your contacts via OTA
how about putting out an android device! who cares about a windows device? get with the trends Nokia! no wonder you guys are losing so much market share. wake up!
deep space bar, 04 Jun 2010it's common sense for only the people that understand that nokia is adding Qt and introducing ... moreAs a linux user I've enjoyed the benefits of being able to run programs I am familiar with on Windows and OS X thanks to the cross-platform nature of open-source toolkits. If Nokia/Intel can actually pull off creating a common development platform for native applications using QT for a large range of devices I think the rewards would be far greater than just creating a shiny new interface and bumping a version number up, as needed as those are in today's market. The N900, which used another popular toolkit (GTK) has a surprisingly large (considering the market penetration of the device) number of third-party software available for it. If Nokia can consolidate its fragmented application landscape into its OVI market it may end up becoming a major advantage. Opening up and standardizing the symbian operating system might make a big difference.
LOL! It's not even Maemo anymore!
Nokia has no plan whatsoever... now it's Maemo, then Maemo 6, and then MeeGo, but wait! Before that was Windows and we didn't know?
All that in less than 6 months!
Can you believe it?!? It's no wonder why they lose more and more market among the most informed customers.
I'd love a Win phone by nokia and will certinly buy it.
Why doesn't nokia be like samsung, they have android, symbian, windows and even feature (java) phones.
Nokia should go with android, way better than WM7 and their own Symbian OS!
Anonymous, 04 Jun 2010The point of this slide is to show off the cross-platform nature of QT development. Since the ... moreit's common sense for only the people that understand that nokia is adding Qt and introducing cross platform apps since it will be placed on a wide scale level
maemo/MeeGo -netbooks,tablets,GPSs,TVs and others
symbi3n -Nokia,samsung,LG,SE and sharp
and since it's cross platform nore excuses from the other guys that will be using symbian in Qt is Software 80% and 20% Hardware
Anonymous, 04 Jun 2010Nokia and Sharp are the only big players not lying in bed with Big Brother. No matter how good... moreI thought the big brother nowadays was apple, at least they are the ones trying to decide what you should use or not on your mobile phone... I say that finally nokia is in the right track if they give us something with WM7, finally!!!
And by the way, sharp build the kin series (and sidekicks that are actually part of microsoft) so, do your homework right next time.
Nokia and Sharp are the only big players not lying in bed with Big Brother. No matter how good Spydroid is, both Nokia and Sharp want to stay clean.
The point of this slide is to show off the cross-platform nature of QT development. Since the QT toolkit is available on many platforms (including linux, which is the foundation of meego, and windows), Nokia hopes that a developer can create an application once and run it on many different platforms. Thus a developer could write an app that would work on both a smartphone and a small windows device like a netbook. I see no reason why Nokia would want to crate a windows mobile phone. It merely wants to entice developers with the wide range of options that QT offers. I'm sure they will contrast this with Apple's development method where developers HAVE to use a platform that only works on one device: the iPhone.
Anonymous, 04 Jun 2010In a way, it makes sense. Nokia is absolutely horrendous when it comes to "new" OS. ... moreAsking for ipone to made some handphone model keypad..
ipone is low than NOKIA absolutely..
ipone des¡gn is almost same whatever it released the 1genesation,2generation,3,4g
Lame for ipone..
Made the same thing with improve a bit with every generat¡0n..
ipone is already sign pat3nt in their design,aft3r 5y3ars,ipone is the sam3thing..crack!!!!!