Now if you can just confirm an N8 like hump at the back to hold the Xenon capacitor and an industry leading camera module, you would confirm that I'm looking at my next device.
nokiafailure, 23 Dec 2011Blah blah blah mote nokia fanboys in denial getting excited over old boring tech.insecure????? lols!
z, 24 Dec 2011why get a cell phone that cant even play games? why believe a guy who doesn't even know what he is saying????
jyo nu, 24 Dec 2011poor nokia , repeatetive designs , boo !u must be referring to fruity the biggest copy.
jyo nu, 24 Dec 2011poor nokia , repeatetive designs , boo !Samsung, Apple and HTc and many others have almost the same designs on all their line up
hope this has dual core and better battery. Bcos i am looking forward for WP8
OMG u guise it looks TOTALY DIFFRENT to the lumia, sure it has saem screen n shape n weedth n polycarbonate unibody but haev u even lookit at the edges, THE EDGES R ROUNDED u guise ROUNDED that is meening this fone is NOTHING like lumia!!!
may be u dnt nw technology mr wat ever,,,just learn wat is technology 1st then talk abu ur opinion.....
[deleted post]:P im a sony ericsson fan , not samsung :P , sony ericsson is the best and very unique when it comes to designs :P simple but really attractive and great ! nokia is going to bed rock next year :) i promise
Lumia 800/N9 has a great and unique design! I'm glad they're using it for the Lumia 900, instead of some of those renditions I saw in several pictures that looked like the SE Arc. Hooray for the FFC! Hope it has LTE too.
Regarding Dual-Core, I recently bought the HTC Radar which has only 1GHZ processor, yet WP7 runs smooth and responsive in it. WP7 does not need dual-core!
Concept presented by Nokia in Lumia is quite good,,I personally like it...but lack of colors make it a bit boring..However I will prefer it over android..Gud luk Nokia...:)
Sid09, 24 Dec 2011will go the WP7 way if they give an option where I can have multiple home screens with widgets... more11 Years of using Nokia and I agree with you. Windows phone is fast but the styling reminds of bathroom tiles i see everyday when I need to go to the loo LOL
as far as am concern Nokia is the best mobile phone producers, they are reliable than others, their products are very strong, as for Lumia 900 the front camera is a bomb, the build is great but hope this one has a dual core, a memory card slot, i gig ram and i gig rom, though i have not seen d full specs but i know this one is superb. While we wait for appolo and w8 w9 with more specs.
N9 has a fantastic design and meego, a promising os but they killed meego and run the N9's clone on WP os. Bad bad bad bad moves
WP 7.5 is a big crap, who the hell wants to see those tiles for 1 to 2 years? Everybody likes to see beautiful wallpapers on screens and customize them as per their requirements be it size or type. I still prefer Symbian belle and will buy either a 603 or 701. In the coming years it will again be symbian which takes nokia to the second revolution of leadership. Now i feel symbian bell is on par with andRoid and upon that one will get an added advantage of power backup.
will go the WP7 way if they give an option where I can have multiple home screens with widgets and without those hideous blocks, just looking at them is giving me a mental block, and another thing, the menu should be in grid view, who is in charge of WP7 anyways, jeez!
z, 24 Dec 2011why get a cell phone that cant even play games? A lot, -lot- of people don't buy a phone for the games they can play on it.
As much as we all like seing new and upcoming tech, i'm not sure Nokia needs a new flagship just yet. Here's why:
Nokia Lumia 800 is an expensive phone. It may be a flagship and that may also be a reason why things are what they are, but stil it is priced a bit high. For a company like Nokia that is fighting very hard to get back in the fight with other smartphone top-dogs, getting a new device to as many consumers as posible should be priority. They need to say to the consumers "We are still here, we have a great new product, and we want you all with us." And then they should offer the 800 at a lower price.
The other reason why Nokia doesnt need the 900 just yet is because of the OS. I really do like it, and it's very inovative/different then other mobile platforms on the market, but it's still an infant. It is very limiting in terms or hardware specs, but even more with no memory card support, no mass storage support and no file sharing over bluetooth. Some would also say that the lack of apps is an issue, but i don't use much of them anyway so it's not a big issue for me.
Windows Phone Apollo (WP8) should come by next summer and the anounced features will solve much of the problems i mentioned. That will be the time when Nokias new flagship should take sail.
If it comes before that, it will only have a bigger screen with same resolution, and that is hardly worth an even bigger price tag.