the uncommon nokiawp set i want just now. A uniqe one should our territory for ultramodomenism.
RG, 03 Nov 2011You are right about modem chips - they are best selling ST-Ericsson products, but here we talk... morewell this is not newfor st-ericsson to work with nokia .... N96 and the likes all had arm./multimedia processors from STMicroelectronics (now part of ST-ERICSSON) :) THEY EVEN HAVE launched HTC SENSATION IN CHINA WITH ANDROID ... Hereis the link http://www.engadget.com/2011/09/29/htc-sensation-z710t-becomes-first-smartphone-to-offer-st-ericsso/?a_dgi=aolshare_facebook
Which ever SoC they select from ST-Ericsson, it will have to support Microsoft's Directx technology. As far as I know the Mali-400 GPU used in the current ST-Ericsson chips does not. The Mali-T604 does Directx which might come out in the next ST-Ericsson SoC.
Anonymous, 03 Nov 2011today i received at orange romania for testing samsung galaxy s2 LTE with 4.5 inch, s2 HD LTE ... moremay be you are living in Alice and wonderland thats why you are posting non-sense what do you think bloggers and websites around the world like Gsmarena and Cnet are fools to say how good about Nokia N9 and Nokia 800 only few genius like you are true...........LOL
salmander, 02 Nov 2011translate that from spanish and lol at your own commentjajajajaja, very funny!
yeah yeah NovaThor chipsets..
dual core might be good, but havent Nokia tried to design a WP7 phone with a hardware QWERTY? a la n900? or milestone? or make it more cute like flipout?
and yeah it will be my primary target for Christmas..
tired of all these slim but brittle phones, fast and eye-catching yet unable to make text messages with ease?
today i received at orange romania for testing samsung galaxy s2 LTE with 4.5 inch, s2 HD LTE with 4.65 inch and 1280x720 screen resolution and galaxy note with 5.4 inch and 1280x720 screen resolution. Galaxy note is unpractical,it is huge, but galaxy lte and especially galaxy lte hd make me throw away nokia n9 and lumia from my office to another departaments. nokia seems to be in the ice age compared with samsung
nothng else can nokia do it can only copy other phones technologies hats off to sony ericsson smartphones nokia phones are nothing in front of them
Anonymous, 02 Nov 2011by the way, ST-Ericsson chips aren't exclusive to Nokia. Samsung already uses it and other man... moreYou are right about modem chips - they are best selling ST-Ericsson products, but here we talk about processors, not just modem chips. NovaThor SoC, or Nova processors are far from bestsellers, they are new name and have to compeate with giants like TI, Qualcomm, nVidia ect.
It is kinda like breaktrough for ST-Ericsson to work with Nokia, espatially that Windows Phone is still limited in using no other than Qualcomm chips.
Makes me wish I waited for one of the Nokias. Just ordered a Samsung Focus with the 65nm Snapdragon, I personally love Windows Phone, selling off my Android one for this.
Just wish it had better GPS apps (like Copilot) and a larger market.
Why not on Symbian phones also.
Symbian has a huge ecosystem of familiar users, developers, apps. Nokia should not overlook them.
Nokia Sucks, 03 Nov 2011MeeGo is now MeeGone. http://www.engadget.com/2011/09/28/meego-to-be-folded-into-linux-base... moreMeego isnt gone, it has evolved from the QT based Meego OS to the HTML5 based Tizen OS. As far as Nokia goes, Meego is gone but Samsumg picked up the slack along with the main partner Intel and we shall be seeing some Tizen devices REAL soon as the SDK and a few devices are stated to come out in Q1 and Q2 of 2012. I can't wait!
Nokia Sucks, 02 Nov 2011Windows phone interface is so ugly and boring. Nokia made the grave mistake by putting all its... morei see it the exact same way. shame really i used to like nokia. Some people just cant move on or change
Nokia Sucks, 03 Nov 2011MeeGo is now MeeGone.
http://www.engadget.com/2011/09/28/meego-to-be-folded-into-linux-base... moreSo basically intel ditched nokia and develope Tizen with sammy in order to replace Meego.
yet, i doubt the success of Tizen, though.