hope is dual platform(android and windows) and have their pureview camera on board.
even though my 640 is not a nokia no more, it has proven to be a robust phone and with great capabilities for what i need, but i would love to have a 808 camera with raw(dng) output and xenon flash and a fm transmitter.
AnonD-510098, 18 May 2016Nokia is back! RIP SamsungIn your dreams Samsung is too strong Nokia was great once, but that time is long gone they might come back but beating company with more experience, money and better image is nearly imposible
My last phone was last nokia phone Nokia lumia 830. Have been waiting for next phone from Nokia. NOKIA IS BACK...!! WOWW..!
After reading many comments, i realized people are emotionally attached to Nokia. And they will buy it even they will have to compromise on one or two qualities (like weight or fragility). I personally have been using Nokia since 2001 (Nokia 3310) :)
WELCOME BACK Nokia.
We want see best battery efficient phone, should NOKIA break the sterotype tag that android phones last only 1 day battery life. It should atleast be 3 days phone. We don't mind a new OS to emerge and we are ready to encourage a new OS eco systesm similar to android/ios.
People see Nokia like Star Wars' fan see Luke Skywalker back. :D the legend
I hope Nokia will launch a superb smartphone. I'm eagerly waiting for Nokia smartphone.
new old cat of mobile industry on the move ... great for users ... but does not harm competition ...
What Nokia and Motorola had, and I think lots of Chinese manufacturers lack, is a design focus - thinking of the end user first and foremost. Things like ergonomics, screen size, durability, gesture based OS, User Experience. Too many other manufacturers make up for a lack of proper design focus with higher specs, and it doesn't work. So IMHO you can take your 5.5", Octacore, QHD smartphones and throw them to the wind. Give me a Nokia :) (until then maybe an S7 or OnePlus 3 or iPhone SE will have to do)
i hope the guys at HMD learned from Microsoft's mistakes and remember what makes Nokia brand great in the past (superb build quality, durability, full-features, xpress-on/customizable, etc), and apply those to the new Nokia phones.
Anonymous, 18 May 2016Nokia please if you can remove all bloatware from android OS and make it simple and fast with ... moreWhy dont you buy a stock android phone...there are so many options available...
I want robust, easily repairable, modular, eco-friendly, fair NOKIA smartphones! :-)
I think the extremely high expectations will be Nokias greatest enemy. They can't make an amazing phone. They have to create the best phone to meet them.