Come one guys, this is barely any faster than what I have today?
At this rate of "innovation" it'll take at least 5 years before I can have a worthwhile upgrade.
Yet in 2019 my battery will be deteriorated so bad that I'm enforced to buy a new phone. In essence these phones get meager 10% more performance every year. I'm not gonna upgrade to a phone with "only" 30% better performance in the coarse of 3 year, I want at least 50% better performance before I'll upgrade my current model.
Why would Snape Dragon 821 be a better Nokia than a lot even if the expensive price of Shui or cheaper than Nokia 8 will be sweet in the rival between the Mediterranean devices can be better than Galaxy A 8+
AnonD-646774, 28 Jan 2018As usual this phone will hit the market after all the brands have sold their SD 660 powered phones. But very few brands offer SD 660 phones. Its been a commercial disaster. Wonder if 670 will be more popular.
Yeah, seems like 660 has been a total commercial failure. Way more phones using SD chipsets above (835) and below (630) it. Wonder if 670 will be any different.
YOLO, 28 Jan 2018No. Not All people loves 18:9 display. You tell me first, in cinema hall or your TV does not s... moreI agree with you, 18:9 phones looks taller only, they have bezels also, bezels can be reduce in 16:9 display. Honor 9 Lite is 18:9 display phone which have 75.5 screen to body ratio while Nokia 6 2018 have 73.8 screen to body ratio. So 18:9 phones are not fully bezeless. Media contents are available in 16:9 format only so it looks as not good in 18:9 display, that's I feel.
As usual this phone will hit the market after all the brands have sold their SD 660 powered phones.
As usual this phone will hit the market after all the brands have sold their SD 660
AnonD-356176, 28 Jan 2018The sd660, while a great chip, has been a massive failure.
We should have seen it in dozens o... moreThe problem with 660 is that it is too close to 835 in price.
But Otherwise the new HMD portfolio is getting to look much more Better.
2xx in very low end (90-150$)
450 in low end to low middle range (150-230$)
630 in middle range (230-300$)
660 in low highend (450-550$)
And 835 and later in the autumn 845 in flagships (650-1200$)
There is more variation Also in speed than last year.
AnonD-646774, 28 Jan 2018Nokia should adopt 18:9 display as soon as possible. Nobody likes thick bezels. Those thick be... moreNo. Not All people loves 18:9 display. You tell me first, in cinema hall or your TV does not support 18:9 display. All you see are 16:9. So don't try to force Nokia to join the 18:9 trend.
Nokia should adopt 18:9 display as soon as possible. Nobody likes thick bezels. Those thick bezels are eyesore.
The sd660, while a great chip, has been a massive failure.
We should have seen it in dozens of phones by the end of last year but that never happened, at this point you can just pick up a 835 flagship on discount for less than a 660 phone.
Anonymous, 27 Jan 201841 MP is not needed anymore but that 12 MP with xenon flash and big sensor like the old Nokia ... moreI'm sorry sir but you've yet to experience the power of the 41mp pureview sensor in nokia 808.. I still use it till today and it still beats all other phones in sheer detail and image quality.. Though most post process like hdr had to be done afterwards
Goody! I hope this belong to the devices to be announced in MWC. This definitely would be interesting. I haven't seen SD 660 devices besides Oppo (afaik). And Oppo isn't interesting, at least for me.
MY GOD! I have been waiting for SD660 with pure android so long! Finally?
ZloiYuri, 27 Jan 2018It's not nokia. It's Foxconn from the very beginning. Usual chinaphones with lot of crappy PR ... moreSeems you were not a Nokia user after all - you're just a newbie who doesn't know anything about Nokia. I don't blame you though but you got no respect anyways.