[deleted post]HD technology is a japanese/sweed combination.
it not apple.
the iphone 4 just got hd technology still behind samsung, sony.
Anonymous, 19 Jul 2010Yet Motorola was the first to make a GSM cal.with nokia patent gsm technology?
Will symbian 4 get introduced to my satio i would like an update
copycat, 18 Jul 2010this looks like the interfaces of all its competitors winpho/htc sense clock and menu bars, LG... moreNOKIA invented mobile technology! !!!!!!!
NOKIA have been bringing their own technology to the world for over Twenty YEARS !!!!!!!!!!!
this looks like the interfaces of all its competitors winpho/htc sense clock and menu bars, LG/Samsung's wigets, apple osx's multiple screens.
SIGH* nothing innovative, NOKIA COME WITH UR OWN IDEAS!
go nokia ! this might be the big come back nokia is looking fore (but i'm betting on meego ).
this os is not perfect, but we might get surprised, i hope we do, in a good way .
Elie long live the n900 .
[deleted post]nHD is slightly less than VGA but at least its HD widescreen (16:9) format meaning downscaling is much easier for Devs than iphone format which is 3:2! other than iphone no other tech uses this stupid format!
symbian 3 looks nicer than this,i hope this is not a real symbian 4 screen shots.
It does look very Android-ish, but what exactly are people expecting? All OS more or less look like this; either grid or list menus.
Rafael, 18 Jul 2010"Still let’s don’t forget Symbian^4 aims Nokia’s mid-range devices, while MeeGo is inten... moreYes, they do have solid gameplan. Read this, really an interesting article: www.symbian-freak.com/news/010/07/why_symbian_and_meego_are_best_for_nokia_1.htm
Holy mother is this an android copy cat???the widgets/homescreen??? never mind atleast nokia finally cameout with something new and i hope thy will make the OS customizable and skinnable because thats wht i love in nokia ;)
"Still let’s don’t forget Symbian^4 aims Nokia’s mid-range devices, while MeeGo is intended for the high-end class." Can you please stop miss informing customers about this idea that symbian is inferior by choice. Symbian becoming open source is meant to drive the cost down, not the quality. Meego will be developed for Tablets, MID, Netbooks and Mobile Computers, it is meant to compliment a smartphone not replace it. Both Symbian and Meego will be linked by QT, which Nokia choosed as the base developer language going forward. Nokia has a gameplan to address all customer wants and needs; just head over to forum.nokia.com to see the big picture.
Not Nokia develop the new OS, Sony Ericsson is also a part of it. And Sony Ericsson will use the Symbian 4 OS on their high-end models. Symbian 4 is NOT only for the mid range segment 4 Nokia. By the way don'y know everything about the new OS.
i believe so too, by then i think nokia will surprise us with a very good UI, in terms of looks and simplicity.
I em symbian user for about 10.year now, and i can easy say that, i don't like this kind of symbian4.
This kind of Symbian4 is like to jump in to one other OS like WinXP, Apple, Unix, Droid or Linux, or just like changing religion.
Nokia and Symbian didn't have to make so much changes on UI like that, and it don't have to look to much differently than other OS's!
Anonymous, 18 Jul 2010Yeah, you're right. It's definitely NOT Android.
Google, HTC at al would not create such a ... moreInconsistent? You already experienced Symbian^4? what you know about it?
Fonebox.com, 18 Jul 2010If Nokia think that this is going to unseat the huge momentum that iOS and Android has achieve... moreOther guy talking about ghosts and witches that haunt Nokia and their phones.
[deleted post]Yeah, you're right. It's definitely NOT Android.
Google, HTC at al would not create such a hideous UI. Just like S60 v5, it's very inconsistent (again)... they mix various font elements (italics, bold, styles and shapes) without any consistent reason.
They even make sublevel menus more important than main menus by bolding them.
And put that font for the flip clock? Oh wait... is that a seconds hand in the flip clock?
Yeah, I guess that's not Android. :-) And btw, I'm not american.