Get real!, 15 May 2011I doubt that! It will be a device with a unique operating system, so, don't expect anything ma... moreI'm betting my money on Meego. You can have your opinion but I'm supporting Meego because from what I know, it's going to easily be the most powerful/capable OS out there.
ima nokia fan boy but.currently their OS is killing me..nothing new.!
im moving to Andriod now
OMG people this is "preorder "price what did u expect. Dis devices wil definately be cheaper when they start shipping.
it is not for us to decide of symbian is a dying platform and i do now believe it is on its way to the grave..symbian is still a lot better compared to other OS out there it terms of functionality & offers more feature that other platform that are just starting to learn it....but the price for this two device is just high...way too high for what it has too offer..
$600 for these? Nokia is crazy! I wonder how much their profit margin on these phones. Not even a Nokia fanboy like myself can defend this rediculous price. Nokia really lost it.
Yet Another Android, 15 May 2011I'll wait for the N9. Meego will be awesome!!I doubt that! It will be a device with a unique operating system, so, don't expect anything major for it (such as cool apps, great support or 3rd party developers jumping on board). In my opinion, you would buy into a dead end, regardless how cool the device would be.
Anonymous, 15 May 2011Crazy pricing for arm11 phones. 100€ to much for both of them.Thats what you call trauma from experiencing previous s60v5 devices hehhehe..
Mustafa, 15 May 2011Bad bad move on Nokia's part. These phones should sell for $400 (USD) each, MAX.Yeah, I don't know what Nokia is thinking.
This E6 seems a really awesome device, but at this price it's just not a good deal. If it was cheaper would probably be a bestseller.
And the X7 is just nonsense.
Bad bad move on Nokia's part. These phones should sell for $400 (USD) each, MAX.
Anonymous, 15 May 2011Crazy pricing for arm11 phones. 100€ to much for both of them.You buy phones for the CPU? Wow, that's really smart.
AnonD-6853, 15 May 2011I think you never owned a high end android.I am saying so because X7 and E6 also seems high en... moreObviously I never owned. But I played enough with them, so I can make my opinion, quite the opposite of most of trolls here.
As I said, I agree that these phones are extremely expensive and I wouldn't spend my money with them. Flash on phones only work properly if it's a Youtube video or something, try to play a game that needs a keyboard, or any Flash content that needs right mouse click or something like that, there might be a solution for everyting I said, but it's a broken experience nevertheless. Flash is not made for phones and only it is only useful to drain the phone battery faster, if the Android OS itself wasn't enough for the task.
Flash lite does the job on most situations when you really need flash content (again, playing YT videos direct on the web page), and doesn't destroy your battery as much as full Flash support.
Yeah, Galaxy S browser is a lot better than N8 browser, but it's not for the full Flash support, it's because it's faster and easier to use, iOS browser is also a lot better than N8 browser, and doesn't even have Flash support.
RainyDay, 15 May 2011In fact forget about the android part and let's say windows 7.. I think Nokia customers, m... moreHope that Microsoft will stop with the "iOS like" limitations of WP7 and the new phones sure will be successful. Or else, I will have to go to Google realm.
AnonD-3713, 15 May 2011Bunch of Android phones doesn't even have Flash lite support. Also, I think that Flash on pho... moreI think you never owned a high end android.I am saying so because X7 and E6 also seems high end.But flash is made for Android and its work wonderful.Flashlite is a substitute not a solution.Check out Galaxy S and you will see that Nokia Browser is so small...
RainyDay, 15 May 2011In my opinion, it's a shame Nokia cannot come with more innovations. I think they could capita... moreIn fact forget about the android part and let's say windows 7..
I think Nokia customers, more work-related, would rather have windows phones than android phones. And it would be good to see Android and iOS have some serious competition :)
AnonD-6853, 15 May 2011neither opera mobile nor default web browser of symbian has full flash and please dont tell ab... moreBunch of Android phones doesn't even have Flash lite support.
Also, I think that Flash on phones is very useless as they only drain the phone resources and battery fast, Flash is made for desktop and not phones, playing with most Flash content on phones is a mixed bag since they are made for you to use with a Mouse and a Keyboard, it's only usefull to watch some Youtube videos direct on the web page, and Flash lite is enough for that.
Don't agree with me? Go love your Android then.
Also, Flash lite demands LESS resource and there's no laggy when I'm browsing a page with Flash content, since all Flash content is paused when you are scrolling, you obviously don't know anything.
willstay, 15 May 2011Too expensive for a dying platform.Dying? I think you should check the bunch of updates that Symbian will receive. These phones will probably have longer support than most of you beloved droids that are simply discard as soon as another flagship phone is launched.
AnonD-3713, 15 May 2011You sound like the typical Android user that never touch a S^3 device and thinks that knows to... moreneither opera mobile nor default web browser of symbian has full flash and please dont tell about flashlite which makes scrolling laggy.If you don't know then don't say.