i think they are going to launch the newest 5110 with 1gig ram and bullet proof casing LOL
zeeshan anwar, 08 Feb 2012Other organisations are talking about quad cord, Nokia hasn't produced a dual core yet. Price... moremay i ask u something?
if your phone handles your OS and other features very smoothly then why do you need a dual core or quad core processor for your device?
you can see N8 with 680 MHz processor and 256MB ram going great with symbian belle. this is what i call OS optimization, use as less resources as possible.
Save energy, save the world.
Other organisations are talking about quad cord, Nokia hasn't produced a dual core yet. Price of nokia are very high. Symbian is still not at par with Android. Multy color back covers look like substandard. I wonder how Microsoft has allowed Nokia to produce Lumia 710.
Nokia and high end device no longer belong in the same sentence and hasn't done in years.
I just want a killer smartphone.
Win 7.5, 4.3 super amoled, NFC and SD card support, 12 MP Cam, 2 MP front cam, 1.5 Ghz, 1gb ram, more nokia custom apps or possibly little custom redesign of win OS
I am so so looking forward to the Lumia 900 - I hope they announce the international version.I also hope they have refined the kinks in the Lumia 800, which I believe they have already done with things such as the flimsy cover for the micro USB port and the wobbly buttons.
James Hunt, 08 Feb 2012i will miss the coverage n all the action of MWC due to 3rd semester xams. So sad :(My exams end 2 days before MWC starts WOOT!!! Me will be following it VERY closely!!! bai bai me has to go study now! =(
Nokia has failed as a mobile phone maker largely due to the fact that it refused to listen to its customers. They refused to make the necessary changes to bring Symbian in line with Android and IOS until it was far too late. Windows phone isn't generating the kind of interest that Android has and seems to be a speculative effort at a smartphone OS. I don't think that WP will develop quickly enough to rescue Nokia from the flames. Even Symbian is dying faster than anticipated. After all, who wants to buy a dead OS?
I am a Nokia fan from 1998( nokia 282)and they are loosing grounds in the cellphone market due complacency and innovation.
Nokia N9, a breath of fresh air in the market but they diffused the opportunity by outlining that they will not continue with te Meego platform. Haven't had the opportunity to use WPos but taking up this OS is going to take at least 3yrs to see themselves making any form of impact to the smartphone marketshare.
Nokia will make it back on top, a successor to the N8(camera phone)as a mid level phone and high end phone with upgradable memory and long lasting battery(like E71)along with innovation will make a firm foundation in taking back dominace in the cellphone market.
i will miss the coverage n all the action of MWC due to 3rd semester xams. So sad :(
please lets have a N8 on windows 7. or a 14 meg cam phone. then we could see nokia back in the game.
well done got there in the end.
I hope they will announce the successor of N8, with 16 MP of camera(or at least 14) with 4 x optical zoom, as they promised that for this year they will have a phone with such a zoom. I also hope that the screen will be WVGA, and the internal storage at least 32 GB, and it will be expandable.
By the way I am waiting for WP8, which could look different and MUCH cooler than the current WP7 OS.