Lets hope is not just another overpriced and underspecification phone with Nokia logo on it like the previous phones
sadh, 21 Jul 20192017 handsets will just receive monthly security. And yes, they WERE updating 14 phones to Pie... more2017 will only receive monthly security, ok that clarifies some for me. thanks. I also wonder if they'll be able to keep up their promise of updating their phones for 3 years software and 2 year os.
Anonymous, 21 Jul 2019So confusing... the 1 Plus, 3.2, 4.2, 9 Pureview all at MWC, the 2.2 last month, a possible 5.... more2017 handsets will just receive monthly security. And yes, they WERE updating 14 phones to Pie. Let see if they can keep that up as their portofolio growing up.
So confusing... the 1 Plus, 3.2, 4.2, 9 Pureview all at MWC, the 2.2 last month, a possible 5.2, and now a 6.2 and 7.2 in August? What is HMD thinking? With 5 (official) new phones just THIS year to support for 2 years of OS upgrades and 3 years of security updates (not to mention their phones from 2017 and 2018), I worry that developers responsible providing updates to these phones are ripping their hair out after seeing that they have to support all these phones!! Perhaps they have a large number of devs to counteract this, w/ all these phones to support, I fear they may just start putting half-assed, glitchy software updates that ruin the "Stock Android" experience, ruining the brand image they were trying to achieve in the first place. I 100% support more choices for consumers, but on the other hand, they shouldn't be confused about what phone to choose... right? Maybe i'm wrong, but I don't think this "release as many phones as possible" approach is best for Nokia, are they just not making enough money on these new phones?? I think the more simple approach should be about 4-5 phones every year, from very low-end to high end. (Ex. 2.3, 4.3, 6.3, 8.3). I may be compeltely misunderstanding this situation, so could somebody clarify for me? I can't wrap my head around this.
there're disco discounting handsets. so surely there're upto somthing. there r already late. they need to put better notched displays on par with competition. and the most important thing make the new handsets available right way. rather than 6 8 months after release