AnonD-442781, 18 Oct 2016Battery is so odd with oneplus 3. Some people like you say it's poor, others say it's good, ot... moreHonestly, I'm a very heavy user and I find the OP3 phone battery pathetic the battery drains out very quickly on Wifi, not sure if its Oxygen OS or I need to try it with Cyanogenmod. The Worst part of the phone, type-C ain't so common yet, and even finding a decent dash charger for you car aint easy, its very scarce. Except for the dual sim and a good camera and finally the icing on the cake is the phone warranty doesn't go void when you jail-break or change to a custom ROM.
The battery life differe's based on the usage of the person, if your a very heavy user like me, you'll find the battery hopless, a Mid-to heavy user would find the phone having good battery back up and a person who hardly uses the phone except for taking pics selfies or basic calling would find the battery life to to be incredible, my experience its been mixed but leaning toward the poor battery life side of it.
I've used Oneplus One with Cyanogen and find Oxygen OS a piece of bull crap, except for the dark mode the OS doesn't do justice to the hardware. I find myself lost many a time a day, because I find it hard carrying the dash charger every other place I go, the strangest part is finding accessories and they aren't easy to find to buy, lot of fakes in the market.
Probably, after Cyanogen Mod i'll know if the phone is worth keeping or do I return back to another of fav devices a BB (Not dead for me just yet, dont judge me. I love BB phones but, a comeback from Nokia is worth keeping a watch on.)
Actually Nokia is very good company in world
But after coming Android Mobil y Nokia has stop making Nokia Android Mobil like Samsung, vivo, oppo
Well come we r waiting
Anonymous, 18 Oct 2016'Feature' phone !? What exactly is a 'feature' phone ?! nokia 105 (2017) ? A mobile phone that incorporates features such as the ability to access the Internet and store and play music but lacks the advanced functionality of a smartphone.
Anonymous, 18 Oct 2016Indeed. It is disgusting to see that the 2 companies with the most experience in smartphone an... moreLol lol lol,sony made better feature phones than Nokia and those phones were never sold Lol :p
Anonymous, 18 Oct 2016Nokia also made some grave mistakes. I won't mention any models. In fact the only model tha... moreLol Sony made better phones..But sadly people never realized that and sony phones never sold well Lol :p
I glad to see and I won't Nokia 📱
I am happy that India company Nokia make Android 📱
jay Kay, 18 Oct 2016I don't know why people get so much excited when they just have a look on name NOKIA Guys ... moreBecause there is a thing called LOYALTY which like millions of fans around the world have towards NOKIA.
'Feature' phone !? What exactly is a 'feature' phone ?! nokia 105 (2017) ?
Anonymous, 18 Oct 2016Yea, that's why it still gets regular updates. Nobody cares for it except people who want a fu... moreYes. Windows is good as a functional phone. I have one, only using it for calls. Problem is, smartphones these days are so much more than just phones. And that's where Microsoft is lacking.
Anonymous, 18 Oct 2016As a friendly reminder, this site is called "GSMArena" not Smartphone-Arena :-) So it's obvio... moreThat's your opinion right? Mine was different.. Release that Nokia phone now and i will surely buy one for myself.
For a good mobile marketing Nokia has to release a new model which is compatible for both android and windows. Android is is easy for operation but windows is for safe and secure. Those who want android they'll opt for it those who want windows they should have an option. My options is for Nokia windows.
Anonymous, 18 Oct 2016Nope, N95 is world famous.. N9 is also world famous despite its limited availability.. 5800XM ... moreYou all are wrong....
Anonymous, 18 Oct 2016Nokia also made some grave mistakes. I won't mention any models. In fact the only model tha... moreNope, N95 is world famous.. N9 is also world famous despite its limited availability.. 5800XM is world famous also despite its shortcoming S60v5.. And the 5230 still hold the best selling smartphone record at more than 150 million units
Anonymous, 18 Oct 2016Indeed. It is disgusting to see that the 2 companies with the most experience in smartphone an... morelol Nokia Nseries was better than any other contemporary .. some Ericsson phones with their weird expensive Memory stick was among the worst!
Member Berries, 18 Oct 2016Because back in the days before Apple, Google, and Microsoft came in with all their billions, ... moreNokia also made some grave mistakes.
I won't mention any models.
In fact the only model that made Nokia truly famous was the Nokia 3310.
The Ericsson T28, T39 and SE T68i were far better. As was the K750i and K800i.
BTW, isn't it funny back then phones had IRda. Later this came back into one generation of smartphones (but only as a remote control not to transfer data) to disapear again in today's most models.
jay Kay, 18 Oct 2016I don't know why people get so much excited when they just have a look on name NOKIA
Guys ... moreAs a friendly reminder, this site is called "GSMArena" not Smartphone-Arena :-)
So it's obvious that other "GSM"-phones get their view in the spotlight too.
AnonD-599334, 18 Oct 2016Microsoft missed eveything possible in the mobile phone market. I bought the Nokia 1020 and i ... moreIndeed. It is disgusting to see that the 2 companies with the most experience in smartphone and PDA-technology, small-footprint high performance OS's and games, whom should have created the ultimate smartphone, made such a bloody mess that are Windows Phones.
Not to mention that it took way too long to get things right with Symbian (both HW and SW). Nokia sold too long smartphones with too little memory (the one major flaw in most S60 handsets).
Lets hope that the powers that be at Nokia learned their lesson!
BTW, IMHO Sony (as Sony-Ericsson) made far better featurephones than nokia ever did. The T39, T68i, K750, K8x0 and many others were truly great. Not to mention that iconic P800.
Amazing that 14 years after that device people still get hooked on phones with big-screens and pens ;-)