You guys just got traumatized from Samsung iGalaxy copycat scandal.
Here's list of some manufacturers that never copied design from rivals: Nokia, Sony Ericsson, HTC, RIM. They always have their own ideas, even if it became a bit boring.
No Worries, Nokia is rising out of Ashes Like A Phoenix.
just wait couple of.years and see guys
Exactly the same as SE Arco SO-02D (Arc Japanese version)
Same design, coutours, even same color!
That's a good design, but under Nokia logo should have...
"Design by Sony Ericsson"
Anonymous, 16 Nov 2011since when SE steels the designs from Nokia?huh? wtf you talking about? SE have been using that curvy design for ages. You mean NOKIA stealing from SE?
xen, 16 Nov 2011just saying... pot calling the kettle blacksince when SE steels the designs from Nokia?
Are you really need multi-core phones with better gpu and cpu? Sounds like searching for a PC, not for a phone. Additional RAM,CPU and bigger screens are for show and playing angry birds. Even in my Nokia S60 i can fetch my mails easily and stay in touch, with running times you haven't dream of!!
It's an official : Nokia is a copycat
wait...but, SE fails with Xperia and Arc series. This could mean that Nokia could end up just like SE? lol
It seems all manufactures except Samsung & Apple leek, announce and release the high-end phone every week or month(Note is more phoneblet) with minor updates.
There is one ture flagship, GS2 and so far no one has clearly beats it since it was released and Nokia 900 is non better than those losers.
Whatever whoever, 16 Nov 2011Looked like a samsung wave a first glance. Yep thought exactly the same thing - a wave without any obvious frontal side buttons
hahahaha..so much Nokia fans. Don't be rude dude~ FYI I'm a Nokia fan too, even my first phone is nokia, using N8 for 4 month last year. It's a fantastic phone. Then, I change to my first Android phone, SE Neo as my friend suggested. And guess what? face it, android has more user friendly interface, a computerized-like phone, slick, has better features and play hackers-like such as root and stuff. I'm not hating Nokia, but when something greater than it comes by, why not use it? -peace- *nokia fans, come get some!
Anonymous, 16 Nov 2011Definately, the SE ARC minus the buttons. You're a blind Android fan. It's an X3-02 with a touchscreen. And fyi, the X3-02 came out before the Arc.
[deleted post]Blatant copy of the Arc? You're just an Android fan. This phone's design was evolved from the X3-02. See for yourselves.
That X3-02 came out way before the Arc. You fandroids are making frivolous claims here. This is an original Nokia design. Just look at the X3-02 and you'll be in denial if you don't see the evolution of the design. Look at the color scheme of the X3-02, then look at the Nokia 900. They're even the same.
Android fans loves to claim things and won't give credit where credit is due.
This will be a top seller and this beauty will be a hit.
Nokia fan boys favourite saying is androids full of malware.Every post hes comments on is the same comment.Get some facts right name one virus for the android platform without searching on google for your answer.Ohh dear me google owns android so you better not use google no more.What a total moron.Fact is nokoa has had its day.Overpriced guff handsets that are out of touch with todays MODERN user.Hell even our asian friends have binned them off.Get over it fan boy nokia is finished check hete next year and lets see how nokia arw doing.The launch for the lumoa was today and guess how many we sold in oir region of 9 phone shops.The answer honestly was none.Did mange to sell a few gs2 and iphones.So long nokia your time has come.
AnonD-1082, 16 Nov 2011It will be the Android killer. The Galaxy S 2 looks uninspired compared to this beauty. This w... moreJust keep telling yourself that.
Android now accounts for more than 50% of the smartphone market, more than every other OS put together and it's market share is growing.
It has the backing of the best hardware manufacturers in the business producing their best hardware, it's being developed at a pace which not even Apple can try to match and is available on handsets from £50 to £500+.
WinPho7, on the other hand, can't even match the market share that WinMo 5 and 6 had and they were terrible.
And Nokia's 'me too' approach to the handsets will do nothing to arrest that decline - who would buy a Nokia when you can get a Samsung or HTC with equally good specs at more attractive prices than Espoo's over-priced tat.
Android has a recipe for success that's already finished cooking whereas Nokia are just as half-baked as they have been since the N95.