AnonD-569198, 31 Jan 2017I see you could not determine the point, as expected.i said apple was to blame. you said its lgs fault. then i said that its still apples fault, bc they use lg hardware. then you try to say is has nothing to with lg anymore, so yeah. as far as i know, lg doesnt make routers. so it must be an lg hardware in the apple unit, as you said while trying to defend your loved apple. but all in all, apple buys the hardware from lg and then it is apples own fault, not lg. so it is actually you who missed the point and now try to troll out of it. sorry m8
AnonD-569198, 30 Jan 2017From your posts, you just proved my point. I'll leave it up to you to determine the point.Kids these days. Don't even have back bone to admit not knowing what they talk about. Just stick to your iPhone and leave gsmarena to the geeks.
Zenodroid, 29 Jan 2017it would still have been, if they went for android right away. they learned by their mistake a... moreFrom your posts, you just proved my point. I'll leave it up to you to determine the point.
Anonymous, 30 Jan 2017Uh, back then, Nokian wanted to go Android but Google does not like their Nokia Maps integrate... moreNokia said no to Google, several times. You would know if you were old enough. And back then when Nokia had some units with wp, android wasn't even a thing.
Zenodroid, 29 Jan 2017it would still have been, if they went for android right away. they learned by their mistake a... moreUh, back then, Nokian wanted to go Android but Google does not like their Nokia Maps integrated ao they went to the next best thing (back then). And that was a partnership with MS.
If LG G6 won't go SD835 then it'd be more like V20 with a bigger screen? Plus V20's Audio is the bomb (not biased) so which is the flagship now? the only thing it'd make sales for would be because it belongs to the G series.
tonymancs, 29 Jan 2017Ofcourse, I'am looking for Nokia 808 successor so flagship is a must. And during that waiting-... moreTrue.. I previously used nokia x2. Amazing mobile. I played modern combat 3 and 4 without lag and Nova 3 with some lags in some levels. I amazed after watching it's performance. I mean snapdragon 200 can handle this game ... lol. Bt I had to buy new mob for 4g . So I am also waiting for nokia 6. Let's see if it's previous nokia or just another brand with Android
Marketting and advertisment will be handled by Mother. a renowned British company who made ads for Google, Coca-Cola, Microsoft or Netflix. With Samsung Gamaxy S8 being S6 Mk III and Apple having unsure plan for it's 10th anniversary phone (as now only iPhone 7s/7s Plus confirmed) Nokia has very high chance of making a huge impact on smartphone world again.
AnonD-569198, 29 Jan 2017You got to hand it to the HMD marketing cadets. They brand a phone with the name of a popular ... moreit would still have been, if they went for android right away. they learned by their mistake and then ofc they come back stronger than before. so what is your point ?
You got to hand it to the HMD marketing cadets. They brand a phone with the name of a popular has-been company and the fans go wild.
that is bc we all see how sammy is doing it, since note 7. and nokia was the brand back in the days. even ericsson, siemens and sony couldnt match it. the earlier death of nokia, was the no to android, but that is changed for good now.
Ofcourse, I'am looking for Nokia 808 successor so flagship is a must. And during that waiting- a little surprise:
The phone you see here is Nokia X2 Dual Sim, 2014, SD 200 (dual core 1,2GHz) 1 GB RAM, running on modified Android 4.3. Playing Asphalt 8 on max setting. MAX SETTING.
Now you know why Nokia 6 with sub-par SoC can handle Nougat smoothly. So Nokia HAS EXPERIENCES with Android since 2014 or even earlier. And it's god-like. Can't wait for flagship to come!
Guys... You are forgetting the Xperia X new generation and the Xiaomi Redmi Note 3 Nougat leak?
Am I missing something? I think there are about 3 to 4 news about new Xperia phones coming at MWC 2017. Where are those reports? Nokia seemed to be interesting, but not the Nokia 6